The "B'More Healthy Expo" on Feb. 10 saw approximately 30,000 attendees.
The baptisms come as the result of week-long evangelistic meetings held in both congregations.
The Frederick and Hagerstown Spanish churches in Maryland recently held powerful evangelistic meetings, culminating in 21 baptisms. The series, characterized by passionate teachings and authentic Christian fellowship, left a lasting impact on both the congregations and the communities they serve.
The Frederick Spanish church held meetings from July 22-29, with evangelist Alex Ramirez serving as the series speaker. The Hagerstown Spanish church held meetings from August 5-12 with speaker Jesus Santana.
District pastor Kelvis Romero said he praised God for the people who made decisions to be baptized. He added that he prays that the Word of God will continue to become more relevant to their lives.
The shared celebration of baptisms serves as a reminder of the power of faith, community, and the enduring relevance of the Word of God in today’s world.