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Alicia Zorzoli: Let’s Get Up and Build (Nehemiah 3, Ephesians 4:11-16)

Alicia Zorzoli

Alicia Zorzoli, a member of the faculty and executive board of the Christian Latina Leadership Institute housed at Baptist University of the Américas in San Antonio, called her listeners to consider how they are builders in a similar way to the many people who worked together to build the wall around Jerusalem. She also applied principles from the story in Nehemiah to the current call to the church to rebuild broken people.

Zorzoli holds degrees from International Baptist Theological Seminary in Argentina and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Texas. She served as a seminary professor for 12 years in Argentina. For more than 30 years, she has served in the Christian publications ministry as writer, editor, translator and in executive positions.

As a Bible teacher and international speaker with a passion for women’s ministries, Zorzoli has given conferences in Europe, Asia, Africa and North and South America and has published numerous articles in Christian books and magazines.

Zorzoli is married to Rev. Rubén Zorzoli and has two adult children and four grandchildren. She attends Iglesia Bautista Victoria en Cristo in Fort Worth.

This sermon was delivered on February 2, 2018 during the afternoon session of the Texas Baptist Women in Ministry Conference hosted by Truett Seminary.


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