Hearing from God

The district Women’s Retreat was held at Adrian Camp in Adrian, Georgia, September 9-11. The theme was “He Hears My Voice,” based on Psalm 55:17. One hundred forty-six women attended from [...]

Leaders meet.

Forty-two church leaders and their wives attended the district’s annual Leaders Conference August 5-7 at Camp Adrian in Georgia. Presentations were made by Jon Unzueta  (Area 4 representative) [...]

On the move.

Congratulations to our new church in Lake Worth, FL! Formerly in West Palm Beach, it moved several months ago when a building was purchased. Co-pastored by Brothers Margarito and Jose Perez, the [...]

Baptisms.

On March 7, the Marietta, GA church celebrated the baptisms of seven brothers and sisters, performed by pastors Walter Apen and Ismael Marinez. Also, Pastor Germaine Reece baptized five new [...]

New churches.

On February 26, the Spanish-speaking district churches met in Ocala, FL, to welcome seven new Florida mission churches, located in Bradenton, Davenport, Lakeland, Naranja, Ocala, and Orlando. [...]

Anniversary.

Grace Fellowship Ministries in Atlanta, GA, celebrated its seventh anniversary on April 23. Sister E. Reece presented the church’s history, and Pastor G. Reece preached. We wish them many more [...]

Youth retreat.

The Southeast District held its annual youth retreat at DaySpring Conference Center in Parrish, FL, December 17-19. The theme was “Who You Say I Am.”  Presentations were made by Patrick George [...]

Training leaders.

The district’s annual Leaders Conference was held August 20-22 at the Ramada Conference Center in Jacksonville, FL. Larry Zaragoza (West Coast district superintendent) and Mike Vlad (retired [...]

Learning to trust.

The district Women’s Ministry, led by Zahida Hrenyk, held its annual women’s retreat October 1-3 at Camp Kulaqua in Florida, centering on the theme “Trusting God in Hard Times.” Gathering from [...]

Baptism blessings.

On October 2, three new members were baptized in the Tarboro, NC church. Congratulations to Yanci Cartagena, Oscar Ramirez, and Maria Isabel. Congratulations as well to the Tarboro church!

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