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Discipleship Level II: Vessels of Honor – Personal Transformation by the Power of the Holy Spirit

While salvation is experienced in the moment of faith, our process of personal transformation endures for a life-time! The Holy Spirit sanctifies us by transforming our thoughts, attitudes, words and actions to reflect the character of Christ Himself! While we believe that growth in holiness is birthed and unfolded by the Holy Spirit and not our human efforts, we know that we are not to be passive, but rather active participants in this process. Thus in Level II we discuss how the Spirit renews our minds to help us to think, speak, and behave more like Christ. Read More »

Discipleship Level I: Foundations – Essential Beliefs and Practices for the Christian Life

The durability of any structure depends on the integrity and strength of its foundation. With this truth in mind, we seek to establish the basic doctrines and practices for a healthy Christian life in this introductory level. Of primary importance, we emphasize the basic contours of the gospel through the plan of salvation. Each graduate of this course should be able to pray with another person to receive Christ; know the basic events and characters of the Bible; and begin a regular routine of personal prayer and scripture study. Read More »

Sermon June 4, 2011:Before there’s a we, there’s a me (part 1)

The worship song that we were singing is one of the words that the Lord is always giving me, no matter where I go or what I’m doing, the Lord is always speaking that same word to my life: “They that wait upon the Lord shall be renewed, they shall mount up with the wings of an eagle, they shall run and not grow weary, they shall walk and not faint,” and as we’re waiting on becoming a we, as we’re building up the me, we’re waiting on the Lord, and he will give us new strength.  Read More »

Sermón 4 de junio 2011: Before there’s a we, there’s a me (part 1)

The theme for today is “Before there’s a we, there’s a me.” And even if you are already a we, you are still a me. And sometimes we worry so much about the we, we, we, that we forget about me, me, me. So, today whether you’re single, engaged, married, whatever you are, it’s God’s will that we leave this place determined that we’re going to take care of the me, because if we don’t nobody else is going to do it, not your friends, not your husband, not your children, not your next-door neighbor, not your supervisor at work, it has to be you taking care of your me.  Read More »

MED-Retiro Semi-Anual

Posted in Women
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JUN 4
Mujeres Edificando Destinos invites you to an exciting event! We are dedicating this year’s semi-annual conference to the single woman. With the theme: "Before there’s a We…There’s a Me". The Conference will be in English with simultaneous translation to Spanish. Version en Espanol  Read More »

Sermon April 17, 2011: The redemption of Israel

God’s love is to all of us, to every single man, woman, boy and girl around the word. For God so loved the world that he sent his only begotten child, so that all of us may be saved. Amen.  Read More »

Pastor Miranda recommends 'The Bright and Shining Revival' by Kathie Walters

Pastor Miranda informs: "I have been reading a lot on the Hebrides revival, which took place
in Scotland between 1949 and 1952. I really believe that as many of our
people as possible should read this report and ask God if it might have
anything to do with us and what He wants us to do as a congregation during
these times we are living". Read More »

Presentation March 10, 2012: The Joseph paradigm - We need both revelation and implementation skills

I’m honored to be here, encouraged, blessed, edified, all those good words. Last night was a wonderful time, just receiving from the Lord and being around men and women who love the spirit, who love Christ, who are restless to do great things for the kingdom and who are measuring the times and seeking to align ourselves with what God is seeking to do in this pregnant moment in history. So, it’s just great to be here. Thank you so much for having me.  Read More »

Sermon January 16, 2011: A fight between life and death

It’s a great joy, privilege to introduce to you John Ensor, a dear friend of many years.  Read More »

Sermon December 26, 2010: True worship

God put something on my heart for this morning, and it just works in perfectly with what the kids did today. It has to do with some of our fundamental calling as church, our core of who we are, our identity.  Read More »