On January 27, 2019, Ines was invited to preach again at Own Your Faith Church in Santa Clarita. In this message Ines takes us on a journey through the parable of the Samaritan man to illustrate what love in public looks like. She challenges us to not be like the priest and Levite and walk […]
This is my final sermon for my Preaching Practicum class at Fuller Theological Seminary. I chose the letter of 2 John and had a time limit of 21 mins. I realize there is more in my exegetical paper that I didn’t cover in the sermon, but this is the timely word that the Spirit gave […]
Jesus did not try and protect his credibility or reputation when questioned by the Pharisees in Luke 7. Instead he defended the uninvited, unnamed woman’s dignity. He forgave the woman who was called a sinner since she recognized him and loved/worship him greatly. Jesus welcomes women to the table, to the party too.
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 […]
On July 30, Ines was given the opportunity to preach at a friend’s church – The Vine @ Own Your Faith in Stevenson Ranch, CA. She writes, “The King deserves the reward for his suffering. A part of that reward is to be a united race, class, gender, age, etc. as we take communion. It is […]