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Testimony October 25, 2009: Reunited with my wife

Rick: Good afternoon everyone. My name is Rick and I’m from Boston Team Challenge Intérprete: Buenas tardes. Mi nombre es Rick y estoy aquí de Boston Team Challenge Rick: I’ve been in Team Challenge for three years Intérprete: He estado por 3 años en Team Challenge Rick: I came in broken and chained to bones. I mean just completely crashed Intérprete: Vine quebrantado y en cadenas, destruido  Read More »

House of Prayer

Posted in Worship
Led by Christ Otto in the English Service Room, the House of Prayer has been established to bring the kingdom of God to earth through worship and ministry to the Lord, and to support and sustain regional revival by creating a place of prayer in Boston. Noon – 3:00 pm every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Open to everyone.  Read More »

An open letter from Dr. Miranda: A brief summary of the doctrinal beliefs held by congregation Lion Of Judah

Thank you for your inquiry regarding CLJ's doctrinal stance. Since CLJ is mainly a Latino church, we have not paid as much attention to putting our doctrinal statement into English. As we become more involved directly with the English speaking community, though, we realize that we need to put more of our material into English, and will do so. Read More »

HERC: Mentoring Night at Fenway

On Thursday, May 7th, City Passage (mentoring program of the Boston HERC) attended the 2009 "Mentoring Night at Fenway." Mass Mentoring Partnership provided City Passage with 9 tickets to see the Boston Red Sox battle the Cleveland Indians, but it was more of a blowout. The Red Sox easily defeated the Indians 13-3! For many who attended it was their first time seeing the Red Sox play at Fenway, and everyone had a great time in spite of some occasional showers. From Congregación León de Judá were Wilson Santos, Gwendolyn Rodriguez, Jonathan Toledo, Stephanie Ramirez, and Danielle Arrano. Read More »

Sermon April 19, 2009 : A history of redemption

When your heart is full you want to pour it out and God in his graciousness, he brought forth the earth, and he put man right into the garden. We’re going to look today at this story of redemption that starts right there and it comes forward to what we just celebrated this past week. It is indeed one story. He is alive. Amen.  Read More »

HERC student named Clarendon Scholar

April 2009. Boston HERC is proud to announce that Stephanie Ramirez, one of the students in City Passage, HERC's mentoring program, has received a full scholarship to attend Gordon College through the Clarendon Scholars program (formerly New City Scholars). Clarendon Scholars is a program of Gordon College that partners with Boston-based ministries like the Emmanuel Gospel Center's Boston Education Collaborative and Boston HERC. Read More »

Sermon March 1, 2009 : Elements of faith

Children are experts at the illogical and the counteraction or the counterintuitive, they can enter into the magic of play and belief. That’s why it’s easier for them. It’s easier also for an artist to enter into the lane of faith and for a scientist because, you know, that’s the way it is. If faith is countercultural, counterintuitive and counter rational.  Read More »

Architect's presentation February 15, 2009: The symbolism of the new sanctuary

Glenn has been such a blessing to our congregation, God brought him literally to us he was like a frontal encounter and I had prayed to the Lord, years ago, if we're going to do this we need a good architect. And God provided one of the finest architects I think in the city of Boston, a young Christian, really gifted man and committed to the Kingdom of God and this beautiful friendship between him and the congregation and myself. And it's been a joy, I mean, part of the miracles that He has been doing. Glenn, please come forward. Glenn, welcome! It’s great to have you.  Read More »

DNA of CLJ : A Kingdom Mentality

There are those who do their duty because they’re part of a larger kingdom and … they’re part of a larger army and kingdom, and they’re fulfilling that purpose, their duty. I think the World War II generation had this… you know, they would live through the Depression, they lived through World War II. They knew what it was to get out of boats on the beaches of Normandy and risk their lives for a larger cause.  Read More »

Sermon January 25, 2009 : The DNA of Congregation Lion of Judah

Mark, chapter 10 starting in verse 17, it’s interesting you know because in an incident just before Jesus had encountered many little children, you know this time when the little kids were coming to Jesus, and the disciples said: “Don’t bother the Master,” and Jesus said, “let the children come to me, the kingdom of God belongs to such as this, a little bit of a lesson on what it is to be a childlike and how Jesus sees us.  Read More »