• Speaker: Bishop Henry Fernandez Date: March 18, 2020 Wednesday Evening Bible Study on Psalms 46
  • There’s no doubt we have seen in the last couple of days a lot of panicking and fear all over the world. People are panicking because of the uncertainty of who may be carrying the Conoravirus and who may be infected by it. While I may not know the full facts behind how this virus started, how it spread so quickly and how long before it can be contained, I can tell you this much, our God is fully in control of the outcome of this pandemic. Knowing this, you and I should rest in the fact that our protection and deliverance from any pandemic and our eternal destiny are in God’s hands.
  • Date: March 11, 2020 Series: 7 Weeks To Passover Message: Physical Health Responsibility
  • Date: Sunday: March 8, 2020 Speaker: Bishop Henry Fernandez
  • To have a successful journey through life requires you to take responsibility of your role in the process. Your successful outcome in all areas of life hangs on you doing your part in the process. You can have faith, speak faith and make declarations, but if you don’t play your part by doing what it takes to get you where you want to be in life, it will all end with you being frustrated and an emotional wreck. The body of Christ lacks consistency and stability.
  • “Therefore let us get past the elementary stage in the teachings about the Christ, advancing on to maturity and perfection and spiritual completeness, [doing this] without laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith toward God,” It is the responsibility of every Christian to grow and develop in their:
    1. Knowledge of who God is
    2. Pursuit of their purpose
    3. Wisdom of how to evangelize
  • Scripture: 1 Peter 1: 18-21 MSG 18-21 “Your life is a journey you must travel with a deep consciousness of God. It cost God plenty to get you out of that dead-end, empty-headed life you grew up in. He paid with Christ’s sacred blood, you know. He died like an unblemished, sacrificial lamb. And this was no afterthought. Even though it has only lately—at the end of the ages—become public knowledge, God always knew he was going to do this for you. It’s because of this sacrificed Messiah, whom God then raised from the dead and glorified, that you trust God, that you know you have a future in God.” It’s very unfortunate that many people only see their journey in life as something challenging, stressful and unbearable, and they fail to see the amazing opportunities life has to offer. This is where many people have allowed the issues of life to short change them, meaning they have allowed the challenging, stressful and unbearable issues to dictate the quality of their lives. I promise you that your perspective of life will change to one that is exciting, adventurous and amazing when you see it as God ordained.
  • Ephesians 5:15-17 NIV "15Be very careful, then, how you live-not as unwise but as wise, 16making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. 17Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord's will is." We are approximately 7 weeks before Passover; and historically, God always releases at least 7 specific blessings. It's my hope that none of you will miss these blessings because they are available to those who are in covenant with God. Many people believe that their chances of being blessed are not good because of the challenges they face and the evil directed at them. But let me say to you, faith and obedience will always get you the best results in life.
  • Event: Faith Service Speaker: Bishop Henry Fernandez / Panel Discussion Date: Friday, February 21, 2020
  • It is said that the book of John was originally written in Greek. John was the son of Zebedee, a Galilean fisherman. He was the brother of James, and both were disciples of Christ. His birth place was Bethsaida. He lived in Capernaum in Galilee and was a fisherman by trade. It's important to note that John was truly loved by Jesus and this is specifically mentioned about 6 times in his book.
  • Scripture: 2 Corinthians 5:10 ESV  For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, so that each one may receive what is due for what he has done in the body, whether good or evil. This morning, God wants us to talk about good deeds and how doing them are choices each and every one of us must make. This conversation is so needed in this time where it's difficult to make the distinction between the two. For those of us who are disciples of Christ, we must adhere to the teachings of scripture regarding which side we should choose, whether it's good or bad.
  • The book of Mark and Luke was written by two men who were not disciples of Christ.

     In fact, these 2 men were close friends of and companions to 2 of Jesus' disciples.

     Mark, whose name is John Mark, was a ministry aid to Peter, one of the 12.

     Likewise, Luke was an aid and ministry partner of Paul.

    Luke was also known as "Saint Luke the evangelist.