This is the translation for the video above. Well Sara, tell us why you left Venezuela and what’s the situation over there. I left the country because there’s a critical situation. Lack of food, lack of medicine; money lost value, we cannot buy anything with it. I am here fighting for my family. I am grateful with Iglesia para la frontera, and with Pastor Mauricio and Isabelina. They have been helping me out not only spiritually but also with clothes and other things. I feel like family in this church and I am very grateful for them
Fear of God is a good thing, this kind of fear is actually a reverence for God.
So with that being said, I want to tell you why I am writing this today, I want to help all of us to destroy the fear in our lives that cause us harm.
Fear real or perceived is one of the most power manipulations there is. Fear will motivate you to comply with the demands of the person or persons who are causing you to fear. Our adversary ( the devil ) is a master of fear, he is a manipulator and if we fall into his trap of fear, he will motivate us to comply with his demands. And his demands are as follows; to kill us, to steal from us and to destroy us. He does this by putting fearful thoughts in our minds.
So how do we combat this? We use Love, the God kind of Love. The Bible says perfect love cast out all fear. The word perfect here is full grown or mature love, a love of choice. I choose to love you on the bases of who you can be if you choose to be.
We are working with Iglesia Cristiana para la Frontera in Cucuta, Colombia.Which is a city that is on the border of Colombia and Venezuela. Because of the political situation in Venezuela, the people don't have medicine for the children or the necessity of life, like toilet paper, toothpaste, toothbrushes and hygiene products.
so they come across the border into Colombia to purchase these things.
So because of this situation the people of Iglesia Cristiana para la Frontera are able to witness to them. Also the church helps meet there needs,giving them the necessity of life.
.We’re here at Tsunami ministers conference it’s being held at River International Ministries in Tampa, Florida
On the recent trip to Colombia I was invited to go to Cucuta,Colombia which is a city on the border with Venezuela. Then God gave me an opportunity to visit the border an even go into Venezuela. This video is from the first time we crossed over the bridge and visited with the church from Venezuela.
Well here we are back in Texas,I have been in Colombia and Venezuela South America for the last six weeks. I was in Bogota,Colombia prepare the way for Team Impact to come and minister at the second annual Impact SWAT youth camp.This year we had a great team from The US, the team included Pastor Cristobal Ledezma from Casa de Dios of Bryan,Tx.Pastor Oscar & Cris Garcia from House of Freedom, San Antonio,Tx.Pastor Josh & Sandy Siratt and there three lovely girls,Sydney,Annie and Claire. Also on the trip was Jan Atkinson,Sherdonna Bragg and my wife Margarita and our son Sebastian,all from Impact Church,College Station,Tx.
The camp was hosted by Pastor Eduardo & Faisuly Maldonado of Tiempo De Transformacion church go Bogota. The camp was in a farm in Silvania a small community outside of Bogota. We would like to thank the pastors and the leaders of their church for all the hard work and long hours they put into the camp. (especially the ladies that cook all the great meals for the whole camp)!!!!!!
It was an great camp this year with 8 youth asking Jesus Christ into their hearts,18 being fill with The Holy Spirit, 12 water baptizes and many being delivered from oppression.