Equipping The Saints Workshop, Río Rita-Colón

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LHM Panama dictated the seminar “Lutheran Identity” in the Jesús Divino Salvador Lutheran Church, located in Río Rita. We had a group of participants, who were very motivated and participative during the development of the issues, clarifying doubts they had about the current situation of the Lutheran church and changes adopted by some churches that do not belong to the same synod.

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The speakers: Licdo Edilberto Méndez, director of LHM Panama and Pastor Patricio Mora of the El Redentor Lutheran Church located in Balboa, clarified all their concerns and presented in a clear and simple way the importance of knowing the guidelines of the church and thus be able to make it known.

“Christ Centered Hospitality”

 

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The Ministry of Christ for All Nations held on Sunday 19 April, an evangelism training seminar with the topic “Christ Centered Hospitality”, in The Redemeer Lutheran Church.

With the participation of the brothers and sisters of the congregation, we developed a fun day of learning and sharing in which the participants were encouraged to share their ideas and experiences on the theme of hospitality and the importance of building bridges, assimilating those people who arrive to the church for healing to their spiritual needs.

When people find that bridge that makes them feel cared for and feel a genuine interest on them, they will want to cross it, returning again and again until become part of the church. This is of great importance for the growth and strengthening of the churches, as to provide a warm welcome to new visitors, they are sharing God’s love and helping them in their quest to learn more about Him.

This seminar was given by Lic. Edilberto Méndez, Lic. Itza CPTLN Romero and Pastor Patricio Mora of The Redeemer Lutheran Church.

WORKSHOP EQUIPMENT IN THE CHURCH GOD IS GREAT

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Twenty-five members of the Lutheran Church God is Great participated in the seminar of equipment called where valuable information that helps us improve our welcome to those who come for the first time the church was shared ” Christ-centered Hospitality ” making them feel welcome and part of the great family of faith in Christ.
The movie “The Changing Times” was presented , were performed dynamics of motivation and incentives to those who contributed their ideas and opinions on topics that were developed were given. Among these issues, the entertainment included , the importance of building bridges or have spaces with own events or church activities that help people come and want to stay ; as well as to integrate them to assimilate or church group.
At the end of the seminar , the brother Domitian Morales thanked all participants for their support of the activity and the Ministry of Christ For All Nations for its support of the church; as these trainings help them to strengthen their task of sharing the gospel to others and learn more about the Word of God .

Blessed are The Peacemakers

The Ministry of Christ For All Nations presented the seminar “Blessed are the Peacemakers” to a group of fellow members of Emanuel Lutheran Church located in Sora, and to members of the Jesus Divine Savior Lutheran Church located in Rio Rita. This seminar aims to equip church members by providing tools to help them in the task of evangelism.

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Blessed are the Peacemakers

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“Blessed are the Peacemakers” is the seminar that the ministry developed for a group of members of the Church God is Great located in the community of Loma Cova, Arraijan.

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This is the seventh seminar to be done in order to equip the members of the church, providing tools to help them in the task of evangelism.

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“Answering tough questions” seminar

Ministry in Action – EQUIPPING THE SAINTS program.-     This important topic was presented to 20 members of The Redeemer Lutheran Congregation. A short video and educational and evangelistic dynamics supported the presentations made by CPTLN facilitators, Edilberto Mendez and Itza Romero.

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