FGA – Mexico: Leadership Refreshed and Ready to Move Forward

The Full Gospel Assemblies – Mexico 2021 National Conference was held this past June 17th to 20th.  Church leadership and congregants from throughout the country and from the USA joined together at the host church – Divina Gracia in Monterrey City for evangelistic trainings and revival services.  

This annual occasion aims to not only gather leadership together, but to build up and encourage new leaders and the church members for God’s mighty kingdom work.   The strengthening of ministry relationships proves to be a blessing to all.   

After a lengthy season of limited gatherings, it was a joy for all as the conference brought together some 100-150 participants for the activities each day.  FGA – USA Spanish Ministries Director Pastor Reginald Licht gave a testimony about the moving power of God. Participants responded to the call of God as guest speaker Pastor Ben Vongsiri preached the Gospel.  Only a few minutes into the word, two participants were touched by God, came forward and surrendered their lives to Jesus Christ, declaring Him their Lord and Savior! Praise the Lord!

Yielding to the Spirit of the Lord was found to be the source of refreshment from beginning to end as the many speakers from Mexico and throughout the United States spoke prophetic messages of strength and encouragement over the Church. 

All conference attendees were smiling as they shared in a closing celebration with a decorative cake describing the foundational principles of FGA- Mexico: God, His love, His Word, His Spirit, His grace, and fellowship with believers!  

In support of the growth of the church fellowship throughout the country, FGA-Mexico will be holding a second conference on November 22-29 in the region of Navojoa Sonora at “Jesus is My Refuge” (Tempo Jesucristo) church.

The Re-Emerging Church of 2021

A Helps Word To All Pastors and Church Leadership

The Church of 2021 and into the year of 2022 is shaping up to be Church a bit altered from what we may be able to recall from just a few years ago.   The manner in which worship services and even special gatherings are offered, most often utilizing a social media or other delivery platform such as Zoom or live streaming is considered as common place.  Church has been adjusted to meet both the changes and needs of the time.  With the vast majority of worship services now available to be received in the comfort of every parishioners’ home, many congregations are experiencing challenges with return of attendance for in-person worship.  

American author, researcher and founding dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions offers thought on how good may be seen amidst post-quarantine drop in attendance. 

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