Over 200 attended Chesapeake Conference's annual convention for children's and youth ministries leaders from Sept. 8-10.
The churches welcomed new members following evangelistic campaigns in April.
Photo courtesy of Wilson de Leon
Two Hispanic churches in the Baltimore area are rejoicing over a surge of new baptisms following successful evangelistic campaigns in April. The La Esperanza (Baltimore) and Dundalk (Md.) Spanish churches saw 15 and five baptisms, respectively, following the meetings.
The weeks of evangelism took place over two distinct weeks in April. The La Esperanza church hosted its event from April 15-22, followed by the Dundalk Spanish church, which held meetings from April 22-29. The sessions featured engaging gospel presentations from guest speaker Pastor Awaldy Almonte, who encouraged attendees to embrace Jesus Christ as their personal Savior, leading many to make life-altering decisions.
Expressing immense joy at the positive outcomes of these meetings, district pastor Wilson de Leon praised the work of the Holy Spirit and the earnest efforts of the church members in making the meetings a success. According to Pastor de Leon, “The most exciting part was seeing members involved in soul winning.”