The Christian Nation

But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God's special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light. 1 Peter 2:9

About Pastor Juan

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Pastor Juan is an ordained Christian Pastor since 1999.

He was born and baptized Roman Catholic, raised as a Pentecostal/Evangelical, re-baptized and ordained as a Southern Baptist, confirmed Episcopal, Orthodox and served as a Lutheran Pastor in two jurisdictions.

Pastor Juan’s broad understanding of the Church gives him unique insight into the challenges and solutions for the Church’s present denominational crisis.

As part of his personal journey as a God-lover, Juan became enamored with the Hare Krishnas due to their fervent devotion to the Creator and the insights of their founder, Srila Prabhupada, that gave some substance to the essence of early Apostolic teaching, living and spirituality.

Pastor Juan is an advocate for a return to the disciplic emphasis of Lord Jesus and the essence of Apostolic Teaching in terms that today’s culture can understand and apply.

In his personal life, Juan lives an other-worldly life of devotion to the Name of Jesus Christ and loves to share the liberation he experiences by chanting or praying the Name of Yeshua.

Alleluia Alleluia Yeshua Alleluia. Yeshua Yeshua Alleluia Alleluia!

9 thoughts on “About Pastor Juan

  1. So glad I found your website. Our congregation just applied to join Lutheran Congregations for Missions in Christ. We expect approval by the next Board meeting of LCMC in May. I belong to the Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church in Chicago, Illinois. Will visit your website often.

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  2. You think Kim Davis is doing the work of God? I have seen the work of God. I have seen love and compassion through his servants. Kim Davis is spreading hate. She is literally disobeying the law and claiming her twisted beliefs are the Lord’s. This is not right. How many times in the Bible does it say to respect the law and not to judge people? A LOT. Time and time again, and reiterated. Do you know how many times homosexuality is mentioned at all? 7 times. Defying God’s words in order to justify a few others is wrong. The fact that you claim to be apart of Christianity and endorse Kim Davis is concerning. You should do some serious soul searching and think about your relationship with the Lord. Really think about it. Think about God’s message and what he would want us to do. Kindness should be above all else. Hurting people for a mere 7 would be hashtags in the Bible is not something Jesus would have done if he were here now. I come from a highly religious family. My grandparents worked for a ministry to gay people straight, my Grandfather just got his doctorate in Theology from a Christian college that was founded by my Uncle who is also a pastor in Florida. They shine God’s light through their eyes with a simple smile. I am a lesbian. Never once have they looked at me more sternly or told me I was less of an person. They don’t believe in gay marriage as is their right to have an opinion; but they also don’t work for the government nor do they impede upon others’ legal rights. If they did, I would be visiting them in jail. I know who I am and what I am not. I have a loving relationship with my Lord and Savior. I am not a sin and I am a good person. I hope someday you look back on this and grasp some sort of understanding of my words.

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    1. Thank you Britt… We will try to give you a cohesive answer to your many propositions. You are fundamentally wrong, and perhaps you “Christian” family do not seek to correct you, because in essence, they know that you’re desire to be a lesbian is more important at this time than to be a disciple of Christ.

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    1. YES! The Yeshua Movement is definitely influenced by Hesychasm… and we have a great love for our Eastern Orthodox side of the Church. The Yeshua movement’s emphasis is on calling on the Name of Lord Jesus so that our Savior might come and unite us on a grassroots level, rather than depending on our Bishops who (I mean no offense) so arduously work on keeping the body of Christ divided through rigid adherence to dogma. The discipline of the Yeshua Movement is similar in spirit to mystical movements such as the Bhakti, Sufi, and Hasidism. There’s more…but I’ll leave that for the articles…. PLEASE CHANT THE YESHUA PRAYER and join us in thanking God for the Resurrection!!

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