The Inner Child

Yesterday was an interesting day; I expended few hours at Universal Studios at Orlando, FL. I was with Kevin, Troy’s college roommate giving Troy some space to prepare for this loooong weekend teachings. I’m been at Florida for almost 8 years and I have been at Orlando several times with my family, just leaving my […]

Smile….

Finally, blogging again. The latests days have been a little busy, but here I’m sharing some thoughts: On the las few days, I learned that a little smile doesn’t hurt. I’m been in front of the camera more than I wanted, but also I had the opportunity to look at my “I’m busy, don’t disturb […]

Today’s Devotion

Today’s suggested reading: Proverbs 14 I Am Not Always Right Sometimes. Brian Vasil, Media Pastor “Arrogant know-it-alls stir up discord, but wise men and women listen to each other’s counsel.” Proverbs 13:10 (TM) I only fight when I have to. I don’t like discord, disunity, disagreements, or disco. Basically anything that involves fighting, yelling, or […]

Vamos a la playa! (Let’s go to the beach)

Today was our first live run out of the house, so we had to setup the Mobile Unit for streaming. After sharing a devotional with almost 50 people at five o’clock on the morning, I installed the Grip for the camera on the windshield, cables, some Velcro on the dashboard of the Honda Element, the […]

My greatest blessing.

9 years ago, I was having the most difficult time in my entire life. After a complete breakdown, I was ready to take my life on my own hands and God showed me his mercy and I knew for sure there was a real God. I remember my first kind of prayer was “All right, […]

20 Minutes late…

To understand the value of a year, just ask a student who failed one, to understand a month, ask to a mother who give birth early, to understand the value of a week, ask to the editor of “Weekly News” paper. To understand the value of a day, ask to the lovers are waiting to […]

Awakenings:

Some weekends I expended with my grandma Martha, she told me few of the Aesop’s Fables, and I particularly remember a short one; The Ants and the Grasshopper. The ants were spending a fine winter’s day drying grain collected in the summertime. A Grasshopper, perishing with famine, passed by and earnestly begged for a little […]

What a great start!

There was a great start for MyNakedPastor.com series… this party was something unique… more than 1100 people connected at the same time on a peak moment. The system reported almost four thousand connections and fourteen hundred unique IP’s. We used 127 Gigabyte bandwidth, people watched from 13 countries: UK Japan Norway, Bahrain, Thailand, Venezuela, France, […]

Time to get naked….

I haven’t posted for two days… I was installing the mobile station at Troy’s house. We installed a workstation with four cameras trying to capture the best of the Launch party for MyNakedPastor series. Today, while I was checking the contest videos, there is one who really catch my attention, the video “Let’s get naked […]

“In a village in La Mancha, whose name I do not care to recall…

“Don Quijote de la Mancha” is one of the greatest pieces of the Spanish Literature, it was written in the late XVI century by Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra, and it is considered as a corner stone of the novel writing. The first time I read this book I was 12 years old and I was […]