Below, a picture of most of us at Sendero de Vida Jesús María’s 3rd anniversary service.
The church began on March 28, 2010 with our first Sunday service in a small rented house. Services continued there until May, 2011, when we moved into a second story rented hall, where we continue until now.
Soon, however, thanks to the hard work of the church here, and many of your prayers and donations, the group will be moving into its own property, at an ideal location, right on the edge of the neighborhood. We are excited to announce that the price for the property has been met! We are now trusting the Lord for the remainder of the funds to cover title transfer costs (3% of total property costs) and the initial property tax (8% of total property cost).
Quote of the Day: And so I’ve spent the past few days reading the Gospels. Rather than examining a verse and dissecting it, I chose to peruse one gospel in each sitting. Furthermore, I attempted to do so from the perspective of a twelve-year-old who knew nothing about Jesus. I wanted to rediscover what reasonable conclusions a person would come to while objectively reading the Gospels for the first time. In other words, I read the Bible as if I’d never read it before. My conclusion? Jesus’ call to commitment is clear: He wants all or nothing. The thought of a person calling himself a “Christian” without being a devoted follower of Christ is absurd. Chan, Francis Crazy Love: Overwhelmed by a Relentless God (p. 83).