Inés preaches a powerful message about centering messages and competing messages. She juxtaposes the baptism of Jesus and the centering (affirming) message of “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased,” with the competing messages that the devil used to tempt Jesus to sin.
In the spirit of Joshua 4, I’ve gathered several encouraging messages that Inés has received over the last several days since graduating with her Master of Divinity degree from Fuller on Saturday, June 15, 2019. May we never forget all the Lord has done for us and how far he has brought us. As we […]
Inés preached about the faith of the immigrant Canaanite mother again in Matthew 15:21-28, but this time showing what this mother has to teach us about the power of persistence, even from the margins.
In the time that we’ve been in California, Ines has had many opportunities to exercise her gifts of teaching and preaching. This weekend on Mother’s Day she preached an incredibly intimate sermon at our church Fellowship Monrovia, and, as our Pastor Michael said in his introduction of her, she “preached the paint of the walls.” […]
On October 11, Ines preached at Fuller Chapel for Hispanic Heritage Month. Below you can listen to the bilingual sermon on the Canaanite woman in Matthew 15:21–28, reflecting on oppressive sociopolitical wounds and a persistent faith that can “recalibrate our fears and our mercy.” This audio is a recording from Fuller’s All-Seminary chapel on October […]