So it’s been approximately 2 1/2 months since I’ve last blogged, not by choice nor lack of want, but because life has been so crazy, seriously! Let me bring you up to speed and fill you in, my last post had to do with complete transparency and how I’d been struggling by taking things too personally and that was end of January. Here are some pictures of our memories since then.
Our beloved Kobe died
RCLA partnered with our friends of East Side Riders Club and Peque Brown for this amazing Kobe mural in Watts.
I was honored to have opened in prayer at the Kobe Bryant Memorial hosted by the City of Lynwood in front of hundreds of people.
RCLA hosted “Word On The Street Evangelism Conference”
It was awesome collaborating w/ Ruling Elder Izzy Avila, Lamont English Jr., and Rev. James Lim
My beautiful wife Edna and daughter Natalia were invited to Lynwood’s Breakfast in honor of Women.
Visited my dad and my homie Yogie in Tijuana, Mexico
As a chaplain for the Los Angeles Dodgers, I was in Phoenix, AZ for a few days during Spring Training and bumped into other pastor friends and church planters.
And then… Corona Virus hit… and it hit hard. That’s a whole other blog just to be able to tell you how we’ve adapted, what we’ve done, where God has come through for His glory, as well as some of our struggles. It’s all good though because our God is in the heavens and He’s sovereign over ALL.
Lover of Jesus, married w/ 4 kids and 1 granddaughter...
Mexican and Reformed Pastor/ Church Planter in Lynwood, CA.
Full-time doctorate student at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, MI; Chaplain at MLK Community Hospital in Watts; LA Dodgers Chaplain; Podcaster, and lover of Hip-Hop & Poetry
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