Category Archives: Church-Planting

Inviting Jesus to the Table! / ¡Invitando a Jesús a la Mesa!

by Byron Pellecer, WDC Associate Conference Minister (Texas-Based) While reading and reflecting on Mark 6, the missionary discourse of the sending of the twelve, it took me back in time to revisit a church planting experience. As I recall it, … Continue reading

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Proclamar el evangelio, es proclamar a Jesucristo

By Byron Pellecer En las últimas semanas he estado reflexionando sobre la carta de Pablo a los romanos. Me he impresionado en gran manera la experiencia de la conversión y compromiso de Pablo con la Gran Comisión. Son convicciones son … Continue reading

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Indwelt by the Spirit / Revestido por el Espíritu

Indwelt by the Spirit      by Byron Pellecer, WDC Associate Conference Minister (Texas-Based) I was reflecting on Cornelius’ conversion and Holy Spirit experience as narrated in Acts 10. It seems like everybody who was at his house listening the word … Continue reading

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Missionary Work / Obra Misionera

     by Byron Pellecer, WDC Associate Conference Minister (Texas-Based) Through practice and experience, I have learned that every church plant is completely different. My church planting work in South Florida, in Virginia and in Kansas were completely different, from geography, … Continue reading

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How are we experiencing church growth?

How are we experiencing church growth?      by Byron Pellecer, WDC Associate Conference Minister (Texas-Based) There are all kinds of expectations and assumptions for how ministry should be observed in an established congregation. Church plant initiatives are not immune to … Continue reading

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Making New Friends / Haciendo Nuevos Amigos

Making New Friends      by Byron Pellecer, WDC Associate Conference Minister, Texas-Based Several years ago, while walking and praying around the neighborhood in Wichita, KS, I stopped at a local café. I was submerged in my reading, “The Art of … Continue reading

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Be Alert to God’s Activity / Estén Alertas al Mover de Dios

Be Alert to God’s Activity      by Byron Pellecer, WDC Associate Conference Minister (Texas-Based) “The one thing that I am sure is that I want to experience a radical change in my life and to understand God’s love. I need … Continue reading

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Go and Find Them / Ve y Encuéntralos

     by Byron Pellecer, WDC Associate Conference Minister (Texas-Based) “The church came to my house, now I am attending church too.” These were the words that José shared with Oscar who owns Spin City Laundromat. This was the experience that came … Continue reading

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Redemption Business / Colaborando en la Redención

     by Byron Pellecer, Associate Conference Minister (Texas-Based) I believe church planting has to be done for the right reasons and with the right person or group. This might be obvious and yet, as a Church we should not dismiss … Continue reading

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Dwelling in your community, dwelling in their story / Vivir en tu comunidad, vivir en su historia

Dwelling in your community, dwelling in their story      by Byron Pellecer, Associate Conference Minister (Texas-Based) While having a conversation with a fellow church planter, we agreed on the importance of dwelling in the word of God either individually or … Continue reading

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