Carluci’s doctoral thesis focused on the composition of the Elijah Narratives (1 Kings 16:29 to 2 Kings 1:18), in dialogue with Niccacci’s Hebrew narrative syntax. He enjoys teaching, interpreting, and applying the Biblical text to contemporary situations in formal and informal settings. He has taught in seminaries in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and, more recently, at Wycliffe College and Canada Christian College. Carluci served with IVCF Brazil (ABUB) between 1992-2002, initiating and coordinating activities in over 20 cities and universities in the central west area of Brazil. In addition, he has worked for World Vision International, and World Vision Brazil. He has been Executive Director for Latin America Mission Canada since 2008, and is passionate about leadership development and Biblical expository preaching. He promotes this ministry among Spanish speaking pastors in the Toronto area, and in a project in Los Montes de Maria, Columbia. He is married to Christina, and they have three daughters.
PhD, Wycliffe College/University of St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto, 2011
MA, The University of British Columbia, 1992
MCS, Regent College, 1990