Category: Church on Internet

  • Social Networking, YoVille and Facebook.

    I’m being playing around with the Social Network Application YoVille at Facebook, and it is really interesting how one million plus people play this game. The game was recently buyed by Zinga Inc and every day there is more and more people who decided to interact only trough a computer. Games are only an example […]

  • One more flea to the dog!

    All right Blogville, today I started a whole new blog that will be all about to have a live streaming video/audio experience. What is technically required? How to set it up? and more interesting nerdy gears… I named it and I’ll be having fun posting on how to create a Live Campus on the […]

  • Tuning into Christmas

    Christmas is almost here! and I’m tuning in to the Christmas spirit. I got this antenna hat to get a better perception of what’s going on around. Christmas is all about what you want it to be. Do you want it to be about shopping? Do you want it to be about gifts? Do you […]

  • Internet Campus is now with a Live Pastor!

    Tonight, we officially launched our Internet Campus live from Cooper City Campus. We been working on the setup, moving the server, getting the lanes with the Audio and Video feed from the production room, setting up the lights, camera, cables, decoration, and everything trying to get it ready for today and launch it from 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, […]

  • “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 […]

  • The Great Wall

    The Great Wall is the world’s longest human-made structure, stretching over approximately 6,400 km (4,000 miles)[2] from Shanhai Pass in the east to Lop Nur in the west, along an arc that roughly delineates the southern edge of Inner Mongolia. It is also the largest human-made structure ever built in terms of surface area and […]

  • One year ago, I met Deanna and Gonzalo, a young couple who was seeking wedding information, they where planning to get married. I gave them all the information, requirements and also we started a couple’s seminar that I usually give to the married couples. Marriage is the most important project on a humans life, is […]

  • Colon, semicolon, period, and more.

    This week I started my GED writing course, and I just entered on the unknown world of grammar. I discover that there are many rules, different from Spanish, about Pronouns, Prepositions, Punctuation and more… and this is just the beginning. Since I started, I continued reading my books, but now I look the text from […]

  • I got my results…

    Well, today I got my results from last week’s test and today’s test. Reading: 92% at Level 12, so I passed! Math: 100% at level 12 also (Surprised me because I didn’t know how to divide fractions and I just guess the best answer), so passed too. Writing: 72% at level … 5 (Fifth grade), […]