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Miguel Prieto : Affiliate Youth Pastor

Miguel A. Prieto has been a youth pastor in the city of Boston since 1986, first at the 1st Hispanic Baptist Church of Jamaica Plain and now at Congregation Lion of Judah, the largest Hispanic Baptist church in New England. He is also Assistant Headmaster at Brighton High School in Boston and has been an educator since 1980. He is a graduate from the University of Puerto Rico with a degree in Education and has two masters degree, one from Lesley University and the other from Bridgewater State College in Massachusetts. Read More »

Introduction : Awana Clubs @ Lion of Judah

AWANA is a Children's Discipleship program that has become a department of our overall children's ministry on Sunday Mornings. So it "connects to the church" through the dual affiliation of Discipleship and Children's ministries. The AWANA board of directors is part of the overall Sunday School ministry. AWANA stands for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed, and as stated by its founders we also aim to reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve him, as Paul encouraged Timothy in 2 Tim.2:15. Read More »

Celebration : HERC is a true gem of our community

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This year, the Boston HERC is once again proud to be part of the Community Gems collaborative. The Community Gems collaborative includes Roxbury Multi-Service Corp, Youth Build Boston, Children’s Services of Boston, La Allianz Hispana, Roxbury Youth Works, and the Boston HERC. Together, we serve approximately 20,000 youth and families in Boston with services ranging from early childhood education, job training, juvenile justice re-entry services, and, of course, the mentoring, tutoring, and SAT preparation that the Boston HERC offers.  Read More »

Dr. Miranda Mission Report : Uganda October 6-18, 2008

It's a balmy Sunday afternoon here in Uganda. We have just had one of our almost daily afternoon thunder showers, which explains the lush growth and tropical flowers that abound everywhere. The sun is out again and a light breeze blowing, birds singing (including the "plantain eater" whose "song" in our E. Africa bird book is described as "calls with loud, querulous and nasal notes which build up into a maniacal laughter." And that is a truly apt description! Read More »

Solemn Assembly October 4, 2008: When the salt is gone - what?

Is it good to gather together? The Bible does tell us in Psalm 33:12 that blessed is the nation whose God has the Lord. And the people he has chosen for his own inheritance.  Read More »

Sermon July 13, 2008 (morning) : Obedience, Intercession, and Confidence in God

It’s a joy for me to be with you again today and it’s a wonderful opportunity that God gives us to worship him. Today I feel led to speak to you about spiritual arms or weapons that every believer has in his reach in order to do battle in the spirit.  Read More »

Lou Engle : A summons to TheCall DC

Lou Engle gathers with New England pastors and leaders to share what God has placed on his heart for America, TheCall DC and future plans for TheCall New England. "America is truly in an hour of crisis. When there is no remedy, when there is no hope for a nation, God still has a holy prescription: 'Blow the trumpet in Zion, gather the people, call a fast.(Joel 2:12-18) '  Read More »

Sermon June 29, 2008 : The persevering spirit of Nehemias

We’re going to continue with a brief word from our brother Eugene, he’s going to bring a meditation for us and wrap everything up, all that we have heard and experienced. Welcome Eugene.  Read More »

Sermon June 15, 2008 : The task of being a father

Let’s give a hand to Claudio Yeme, a good friend of mine. You know, we’re going to have a little bilingual dynamic here, and I don’t know who’s translating this morning and I praise the Lord for you, and I thank you but you know what, just because I’m doing an experiment here, I’m going to be translating my brother from up here. So, you know, I want to introduce more of an English dynamic just to see what the Lord does as we’re revamping our English ministry and so on and so forth, so this morning I would like to translate as an experiment here and we’re having kind of this bilingual dynamic today, so thank you whoever you are there translating this morning.  Read More »

Sermon May 4, 2008 : Freedom to do what?

It’s a joy being back here again. I was here for a year in the Navy in 1963, it was the worst year of my life. But this is then a good visit. I could just sense the love and the good spirit in this church, I think it has something to do with this man and his wife.  Read More »