How can we find our way through this constantly changing world with its distractions, confusion and traps? Which path is God's path for us? Dámaris teaches through a favorite passage, Proverbs 3:5-8, where the writer challenges us in our daily choices, with healing and refreshment as the outcome.
We just returned from a women's conference in a beautiful church in Monterrey, Mexico. Dámaris shared the platform with another Mexican speaker now living in San Diego. Dámaris spoke on the 23rd Psalm in two sessions... in Spanish, of course. Below is the link to listen to the sessions, and a little slide show. The church, La Vid, is pastored by a childhood friend, Rev. David Orozco, and the women's ministry is headed up by his wife, Myrthala. If you understand Spanish, enjoy listening. Otherwise, just enjoy the photos...
En una conferencia de mujeres en Monterrey, Dámaris habló de el salmo mas famoso, Salmo 23, escrito por David. En dos charlas, describió lo lindo que es tener un pastor como Dios, y ser una oveja siguiéndole. Escucha los dos aquí.
La Vid es una iglesia magnifica, pastoreado por Rev. David Orozco. Su familia y la familia de Dámaris son amigos de mas de cincuenta años. Aquí puede ver unos fotos:
Using a variety of scriptural references and even a reference to baseball, Dámaris explains the importance that God places on obedience. She also shines a light on the many ways that disobedience may be happening in our lives, and what provisions the Bible offers us to make those hard choices to obey, bringing glory to God. Here's a list of the verses she used: 1 Sam 15:22-23, Rom 1:5, John 14:10, 21, 1 Cor 6:9-11, Eph 4:29, 1 Cor 10:13, 1 John 1:9 ,1 John 2:1-6
In 1980 my husband found a good thing -- a wife who caused him to cry out for help! God has used him, like no other, for my good. #GodGaveMeRod
For those of you in the South Jersey, Philly and Lancaster, PA area, we have a night coming up for your body AND soul! America's Keswick is celebrating 120 years of ministry at a fantastic and famous smorgasbord restaurant in Lancaster, and I'll be doing a concert to boot!
Tickets include a great meal and the concert. Come out and have some fellowship with us!
Here are the details:
Dámaris spoke at a sweet women's conference this morning at Grace Mennonite Church in Lansdale, PA. Borrowing from the brilliant Bible scholar, author and teacher, Warren W. Wiersbe, Dámaris elaborated on his definition of ministry. In his wonderful book, On Being a Servant of God, Warren Wiersbe wrote, "Ministry takes place when divine resources meet human needs through loving channels to the glory of God." In her own way, Dámaris walked us through each section of that definition and showed us what that can look like each day of our lives.
Click to listen below:
From Him, Through Him, For Him
Recently, at our home church, Manhattan Grace Tabernacle, Dámaris was asked to teach. Including a quick overview of the first 11 chapters of Romans, her message focused on "For from Him and through Him and for Him are all things." Romans 11:36a
Listen here and be blessed!
What Overwhelms You?
At a women's conference held at her brother's church, Dámaris talked about being overwhelmed. "If we are not overwhelmed by the greatness of God, we will drown in the insignificant." Including a lightning overview of the first eleven chapters of Romans, she describes how God made a way for us Gentiles to receive His salvation and that has resulted in His mercy towards everyone! Listen and be encouraged!
The radio broadcast of Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth has a Spanish arm that broadcasts on the radio and is available over the internet all over Latin America. It is called Aviva Nuestros Corazones. This week, it featured Dámaris as she discussed the theme of her Spanish book, "Adiós a mi."
You can listen or watch here in Spanish. Tell your Spanish speaking friends!
Here's the YouTube video of the interview:
Singer, bi-lingual conference speaker, teacher and now published author, Dámaris just wants to do the next thing that Jesus Christ has planned for her.