The Symbolic Nature of Biblical Cities

By: Dr. David Busic Jerusalem became the biblical archetype of God’s hope for a city and the possibilities of urban redemption. It was called “the joy of the whole earth” (Psalm 48:2). It radiated divine presence and power: “From Zion, perfect in beauty, God shines forth” (Psalm 50:2). Jerusalem was even declared to be the... Continue Reading →

Patterning to a Jesus Template Part I

By:  Dr. Clark Armstrong In previous articles highlighting the pastoral calling and ministry, we studied 17 New Testament scriptures in our endeavor to understand what God’s expectations are for an ordained elder or pastor. Our conclusion from God’s word was that God has called the pastor to do four simple things: to pray, to preach,... Continue Reading →

Global Missions Celebrates Virtual Graduation for the Third Time

For the third consecutive year, the Global Missions Ministry in the Mesoamerica Region was able to celebrate the virtual graduation of 42 students from Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama, Cuba, Venezuela, Colombia and the U.S., who successfully and joyfully completed the School of Leadership’s study program with a specialization in Cross-cultural Missions on... Continue Reading →

Ecuador: La Tri

By: Kaminie Ellie The game of football was first introduced to Ecuador by Juan Alfredo Wright. In 1899, Juan Alfredo and his brother, Roberto, founded the first official football team, which paved the way for Ecuador to establish their national football team. The Ecuador national football team has made an appearance in the FIFA World... Continue Reading →

Qatar: The Burgundy

By: Carlos Castro The team known for their burgundy jersey will make their World Cup debut in their own home! Although Qatar automatically qualified as the organizer of the event, its participation in recent tournaments and its excellent results are worth noting. The team was proclaimed champion of the 2019 Asian Cup, the same year... Continue Reading →

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