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He touched me

Since my brain surgery, I’ve sought for a cure to make me normal again. I try to daily appear normal and that I am okay with this new me. 268 more words

The Pope and Pentecostals

I just recently came across a video that proclaims that Pope Francis of the Catholic Church reached out to the Pentecostal faith in order to reach unity within the Christian ranks. 975 more words

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What Is In a Name

One of my concerns Hispanic/Latin@ Theology is to gain a consciousness of what exactly makes one a Hispanic/Latin@ person. Being Hispanic/Latin@ is not a racial delineation. 815 more words

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Orando y con el mazo dando

It is indeed, a good thing to have a place to come together and exchange ideas about the church and society from a Hispanic Pentecostal perspective. 704 more words

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Reflections on Mission "and" Church

Introduction

During this weekend an interesting conversation surfaced – mientras comíamos en le mesa (as usually happens among Latinos) – with friends and family. The underlying question of the conversation could be, who is the owner of the mission? 872 more words

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What if Today was Your Last Chance?

It’s important to be sure before you make rash decisions; this is true, but what about those who never commit to make a decision, and always delay making changes that could be the one thing that the Lord is waiting on before their answer is delivered? 831 more words

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Emerging Voices from an Emerging People

I am excited to be able to contribute to Voces Emergentes blog! This is an important work/ministry that is being made available by the Center for Latin@ Studies of the Pentecostal Theological Seminary in Cleveland, TN. 630 more words

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