Dr. Narciso Hilario Montás is the President and founder of the Revelation 3:20 Missionary Ministry and Biblical Teachings, Inc. Church, the Revelation 3:20 Theological University, the Revelation School of Florida, the Pastoral Care Institute, and the Revelation Security Officers School. He was also instrumental in providing and developing the Membership Therapy Center stemming from the programs provided through the Revelation Ministerial Systems. For over 15 years, Dr. Montás has been providing integrated faith-based Theological Instruction and Clinical Pastoral Counseling to the community around Cutler Bay, FL and has extended the services of the aforementioned institutions to other ministries and agencies through the State of Florida, in New York, New Jersey and other localities.
In 2005, Dr. Narciso Montás graduated Summa Cum Laude and obtained a Ph.D. in Philosophy and Christian Counseling from Faith Theological Seminary and Christian College. He was honored as the President/Chaplain of the U.S. and South Florida Region of the Federal Police Chaplains, Inc.’s outreach educational program. Dr. Montás is recognized by the U.S. Department of State, of the Federal Police Chaplains organization whose main facility is in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, directed by its founder Dr. William Pagan Cosme.
Dr. Montás’ devotion is to ministry, the community, education, clinical pastoral counseling (substance abuse; marriage, family therapy), food distribution, homeless service and youth services. He has been the recipient of leadership recognition awards for his leadership and dedication to diverse community affairs. Likewise, he has received a Nomination for the Certificate of Congressional Recognition for his dedication and outstanding invaluable service to our community as a successful Hispanic leader in South Florida. His work is acknowledged by government agencies that include the City of Homestead, Miami-Dade County, New Jersey, Ohio, Dominican Republic, and Latin America including Brazil.
Dr. Narciso H. Montás has believes that, “without education we are empty, that knowledge is the tool for logic and reasoning, and that we become obsolete if we do not emphasize on education, which is guided by the spirit of Love, giving to the social spectrum, rather than an individual competition to be at the service of mankind.”
Establish, coordinate, and oversee student academic achievement. Set educational standards and goals, and help establish policies and procedures to carry them out. Plan and lead professional development activities for teachers, administrators, and support staff. Oversee administration and management — Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources in order to continue leading our School. Dr. Narciso H. Montas active part is communicating effectively as appropriate for the needs of the school in order to facilitate a working environment.
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