• It doesn’t matter who you are, your race, culture, gender or status, because everyone is faced with this global pandemic. This has now become a crisis that affects the world, and it will require a united global response. The global response is, Lord forgive us, Lord heal and Lord save us from hurting ourselves during the journey of life. Let’s not make the mistake to think that the Coronavirus is the only cause for us to surrender to God; there are several areas of our lives we need to surrender to God.
  • Speaker: Bishop Fernandez Date: March 22, 2020
  • Hopefully, all of you will agree with me that everyone will go through different processes in their lifetime. I have been sharing with you for a while now that the process is all about the various challenges we face in life. And these challenges take us through different processes. You see, when you understand that the issues you face each day are a part of the process that develops your character and wisdom, your outlook on life changes. If all of us would be honest to ourselves, we will confess that we don’t understand the reason for God allowing some of the things we deal with in life.
  • Speaker: Bishop Fernandez Date: April 12, 2020
  • Speaker: Bishop Fernandez Date: Wednesday, April 8, 2020
  • It’s in challenging times like these we find people asking questions that at times seem difficult to answer. They ask questions like, where is God, and why is He allowing these horrible things to happen in the world that impact even His followers. Some even asked, “Where is the church, and where is the influence of the church and its leaders in what’s happening? Some people are very discouraged and disappointed that their spiritual leaders, brothers and sisters in Christ, aren’t able to conduct weekly church services.
  • Speaker: Bishop Fernandez Date: April 1, 2020
  • I want to begin by saying, “God wants a good outcome for you while you’re dealing with challenging times.” Challenging times can be self-inflicted or God-ordained.
    • For example, the children of Israel created a self-inflicted, challenging season for themselves that cost them 40 plus years of delayed promises.
    • In Matthew 8, beginning at the 23 verse, the disciples were faced with a huge challenge in the form of a storm. This was not a storm they created, yet they were forced to deal with it. This storm was God-ordained.
    If your challenges were self-inflicted then ask God to forgive you; learn from your mistakes, and ask God to give you the strength to get through them for his own glory. And if the challenges are God-ordained, you know that his glory will be revealed while you are going through and after you come out of the storms of life.
  • Date: March 25, 2020 Speaker: Bishop Fernandez Topic: Social Responsibility
  • The last few days have been challenging for all of us. Once again, we are faced with the reality that life and the things it has to offer are just vapor. Today we have them, and in a moment, we can lose them. We can wake up healthy, wealthy, strong and happy; and in a moment, everything can be taken from us. Somehow, we keep forgetting that everything has a season and a set time to exist; therefore, we keep constructing every area of our lives thinking our alternative securities outside of Christ are solid and unbreakable. So we keeping hoping for big things in our future and very little hope and trust in God. I hope you will agree with me that all foundations outside of Christ will ultimately fall. Only what’s built on Christ will last forever.