Daniel Álvarez joined the Seminary in 2015. Previously, he taught at Messenger College in Dallas, Texas, where he also served as the Campus Pastor. He pastored in New York City from 2007-2014 where he worked with the Latino community and established the Staten Island Church of God in Port Richmond. His ministry took place among the urban poor in New York and this work informs his ministry and theology. During this time he worked at the Ministerial Development Office of the Northeast Spanish Region for the Church of God giving various conferences and seminars for pastors and church leaders.
His PhD thesis was published by CPT Press, Mestizaje and Mulatez: Latin@ Identity in Pentecostal Perspective (2016). He has published several chapters and articles where he works through issues relevant to Latino Pentecostals in the US, concentrating on themes such as mestizaje, migration, race, violence, and hibridization. He is an active member of the Society of Pentecostal Studies (SPS), the Fraternidad Internacional de Educadores y Líderes (FIEL), and the Fraternidad Teológica Latinoamericana (FTL).