Monthly archives for September, 2005

Pneumatological Nostalgia

By David Ramos Last Sunday I ministered at a Spanish Eastern District Hispanic Assemblies of God Church in West New York, New Jersey. The pastor of the church, the Rev. Eleazer Garcia was a dear old friend of mine who watched me grow up, not only on my block as a youth, but also as…

Waves of Glory

By David Ramos They raised their hands, they danced in circles, they cried on the altar in utter abandon, they lay prostrate on the floor for what seemed like an hour, who are these people? Well, they are the members of my church. Now this isn’t anything new for me, I grew up in charismatic…

Into the Drop Zone

By David Ramos In life there are times when we must take a leap of faith, a step into the unknown. The unknown can be scary, it can be full of both pleasant and not so pleasant surprises, but if we are to engage the adventure of life, we must be willing to take these…

Latino Leadership Circle First Fall Meeting

Oye mi gente, Dave wanted to let you all know, this Thursday 6:30pm LLC will be having their first fall meeting. Same Bat time, same Bat station (American Bible Society). I’m looking forward to checking in with you all and hearing what’s up. Dave is incommunicado right now as he transitions into his new role…