Sermon December 27, 2009: God with us

How many of you had a Merry Christmas? Pastor Omar and I have a prayer before the Lord today. We want 100% response to that before the end of this day. There is something that God has for you today, for you to be merry and glad about. The Lord is with you and he is never going to abandon you or leave you. Let’s go before the Lord.  Read More »

Sermon December 23, 2009: The impossible becomes reality

Whenever we think about Christmas, we think ‘What kind of message am I going to bring? I don’t want to bring something just routine or the like’. We don’t want just another Christmas message. But the fact is the certain issues that make Christmas what it is are the same to all of us. They are those details that God causes to at intently because even though they’re things that happened many centuries ago, these are points that still speak today.  Read More »

Sermon December 20, 2009: A journey of faith

Mathew, Chapter 2. Verses 1 through 12. After Jesus was born in Bethlehem, Judaea, during the time of King Herod, Magi came to Jerusalem and asked: “Where is the one who has been born King of the Jews? We saw His star in the East and have come to worship him”. When King Herod heard this, he was disturbed and all Jerusalem with him. When he had gathered all the chief priests and teachers of the Lord he asked them ‘where’s the Christ that had to be born?’  Read More »

Sermon November 13, 2009: The end of all things is at hand. Are you ready?

Doctor Richard Booker is the founder of the Institute for Hebraic-Christian studies and he also has another Ministry called “The Sounds of the Trumpet”. This man of God has been taking the message of the Hebrew roots of Christianity for over 30 years to the Nations. He left a very successful secular profession and through a very mighty visitation of the Lord, met Jesus Christ as a savior and immediately left all his secular work behind and entered Ministry and since then has been serving the Lord.  Read More »

Testimony October 25, 2009: Freed from gambling and cocaine

Mustafa: Hello. Hi, everyone. My name is Mustafa and I am 30 years old. Intérprete: Me llamo Mustafa, tengo 30 años Mustafa: At a very young age, like, you can tell, Mustafa is a Muslim name. Intérprete: Como se fijan el nombre Mustafa es un nombre musulmán. Mustafa: When my father was bringing me up he didn’t, he wasn’t teaching me in the Muslim way. He wasn’t forcing me to be a Muslim. He was teaching me. He wanted me to choose which way I wanted to go.  Read More »

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 »

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 »

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 »