Gus Reyes to lead effort to help Hispanics attain education

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Late this morning, the Executive Board affirmed the BGCT Hispanic Education Task Force’s motion to empower a BGCT staff person to work on helping Texas Hispanics attain more education. That effort will be led by Gus Reyes.

In speaking to the move, BGCT Executive Director Randel Everett indicated helping Hispanics acheive higher education is a priority for the BGCT. He praised Reyes educational and marketing background, noting he is someone who knows Hispanic Texas Baptists and has a heart for helping them.

Clearly this is a large issue that is critical to the future of Texas and will require many people working together. We ask for your prayers and help. Together, we can accomplish much.

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4 Responses to “Gus Reyes to lead effort to help Hispanics attain education”

  1. Norman Torres Says:

    I’ve become aware of the effort that Mr. Reyes is leading, by way of a fellow pastor that informed me of the issue of helping Hispanics to stay and complete their schooling.
    As an educator, and Pastor, I find it important to promote this issue to God’s people (the ones that I minister unto). As a matter of fact I have a copuple of youngsters in the congregation that are searching for opportunities to go to College, and are seeking ways to get there…can you give me some guidance?

  2. John Says:

    Mr. Torres, you can contact Gus Reyes at 888-244-9400.

  3. Jim Powell Says:

    How do I contact Gus Reyes by e-mail?
    Thank you.

  4. John Says:

    Gus can be reached at Gus.Reyes@bgct.org. Is there something I may be able to help you with?

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