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Introduction : Women Ministry

The Women Ministry provides a space where the women of the Congregation Lion of Judah could enjoy fellowshipping and address specific issues oriented towards them. The group has meetings bi-monthly on Saturdays at ten in the morning at the church. During this time they worship together, hear a meditation from a invited preacher, and receive ministering. Read More »

Contributors : Keeping the internet site up-to-date

In maintaining Congregation Lion of Judah's web site we believe that 'Everybody in God's Kingdom is a Reporter', testifying and publishing the Good News of Jesus Christ. If you would like to share your impressions of an event you attended or what is happening in your cell group or ministry please email us (in English or Spanish) at: info@leondejuda.org. Read More »

Update : New Sanctuary Building

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Thanks to the support of many neighbors and the City of Boston, plans for the new sanctuary building are becoming a reality. According to Dr. Miranda, God not only has prepared the hearts of our neighbors and the city officials but also has given the congregation's members the funds necessary to construct the building. As we enter the new year 2005, Dr. Miranda challenges us to prayerfully discern what role God has prepared for each and everyone of us in order to bring the building to fruition and to advance the vision that it stands for: 'Transforming lives, Transforming the city'. Read More »

Hands of Mercy December 2004 : Ministerial Summary of Mission Honduras

In 1997, missionary Mark Mueller, guided by the Holy Spirit, became a member of Congregation Lion of Juda. Mark accepted the challenge of becoming a member of a Spanish speaking church with a different style and culture. During his membership, Mark has contributed to different ministries in our church such as serving as an usher and in Prison Ministry, and as an English teacher in HERC. Read More »

Sermon November 21, 2004 : Luke 17:11

Next week we have Thanksgiving and so it’s very appropriate that we study a little bit about an attitude of thankfulness, having gratitude before the Lord, having a gracious, thankful attitude which is so important. I want to sort of make it very clear to us, how important it is to have and attitude of thankfulness, being thankful before the Lord and also before others.  Read More »

Sermon November 14, 2004 : Romans 12 (Part 8)

Let’s go to Romans Chapter 2. I think by now most of the congregation can open with their eyes closed the 12th chapter, Romans because we’ve been there for many, many weeks now. We’ve been studying that chapter very, very deep contents and going through different points and examination, the call to Christian life that reflects the values, the character of Jesus Christ, the fruit of the spirit. We’ve also been dealing with Christian service and how Christian service should be conducted in the context of the congregation, what kind of attitudes should permeate the Christian service.  Read More »

Test : Why do leaders fail?

Test : Why is change necessary?

Change is necessary. If it works today we cannot assume it will again tomorrow. Read More »

Feedback : We would like to hear from you

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Reflection : God's calling on His leaders

REFLECTION: Amos chapter 7
I want to conclude our time today by taking you to the scriptures, so if you have a Bible turn in the Old Testament the Book of Amos, it’s a short, small book, if you can’t find it go to the table of contents. In my Bible it’s on page 389, maybe you can help your neighbor find it. Book of Amos chapter 7, if I was in a black church I would say when you find it say Amen. In the Book of Amos, chapter 7, Amos is a prophet and he’s having a fight with the priest. There’s a fight inside the church. Read More »