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Vida Nueva continues ministry in a new location

Vida Nueva continues ministry in a new location

4/29/2021
Transcript: God bless you.     I am Pastor Rubén Mendoza of the Vida Nueva [New Life United Methodist] Church in the north central part of Iowa.  I’ve been working here for two and a half years by the grace of God.  And we’ve had many blessings during this time.     I want to tell you first about the most recent blessing which is changing our worship site from Corwith to Kanawha.  This has been a great blessing because all the people that form a part of the church are closer to the worship ...

Fe y Esperanza embracing the future of its ministry

Fe y Esperanza embracing the future of its ministry

4/22/2021
Transcript: Hi my name is Humberto Gonzalez, and I am the pastor of Fe y Esperanza, which is a Hispanic church that meets in Council Bluffs, Iowa, and we belong to the Iowa Conference of The United Methodist Church. I am very thankful to be part of this ministry. What we've been doing through this difficult time of pandemic that has impacted a lot of people, is that we started using more the online platforms, and we've been worshipping for a little bit through Facebook and then using Zoom ...

El Pueblo de Dios welcoming new people to the Kingdom of God

El Pueblo de Dios welcoming new people to the Kingdom of God

4/15/2021
Transcript: I am Pastor Rosa María Rodríguez from the El Pueblo de Dios [The People of God United Methodist] Church in Osceola.     Today I want to share with you what we are doing in this ministry.  Our focus is always carrying the Gospel, taking the Good News.  We are reaching more people for Christ. At this time we are participating in a project of a “fruitful morning.”  Of course, we are also teaching, discipling, preparing new leaders to reach out and disciple others.   We have our ...

Connecting

Connecting

3/14/2015
Click to listen to the conversation with Rev. Francisco Cañas Click to see Thursday's images. Click to see Friday's images. Click to see Saturday's images. Connecting.    That’s what nearly two hundred United Methodist lay and clergy, including six bishops, did for the three days of the Third National Consultation on Hispanic/Latino Ministry.  The event, which was held at Duke Divinity School, featured three keynote presentations and responses, lively worship, a lifetime achievement ...