4 thoughts on “Ask The Pastor

  1. Hi Pastor Jerry,
    I was very encouraged and challenged by yesterday’s message. Keep up the awesome job! You mentioned during the message that insecure people cannot serve, why is that?

  2. Congrats on the new building. Just read your comments on the Sterling issue, and although I’m African American, I just don’t get what all the hoopla is about. We know that racism is alive and well. We also know that we’ve all said things in private that we wouldn’t want broadcasted to the world or perhaps the one person we may have been talking about. The woman in question is multi-racial. I think the issue is about clean living. He probably would have been upset with her no matter what color another man photographer with her was. The wife was justifiably upset and sued the woman which threatened her lavish lifestyle and that’s when everything went crazy. If his house was in order none of this would have happened.

    • Hi Pastor Jerry,

      My question Pastor is about being a Kids church teacher. I am currently the only male kid’s church teacher here in CLC Davao, Philippines under the leadership of Bishop Herley Montes. Do you have training or/and seminars for me to improve as a Kids church teacher? I really do have the desire to be trained and well equipped. I believe that this kids I am teaching will be the instruments of Christ for the Philippines to rise from being a third world country to a well developed nation with fear for the Lord.

  3. My question Pastor is regarding prayer. I have always prayed had my conversations with God. Since attending CLC I have witness amazing prayer and have changed the way I pray a bit. One change is that I pray out loud now. It puts emphasis into my prayer. I was invited to a prayer meeting recently and It was not rushed, it was taking time with the Lord and at first I was thrown back, because in our daily lives we are on a schedule and need to get things done, so prayer is usually rushed. In your experience with prayer, what is the best way to really pray? I know God knows our heart, but in your travels and time in prayer what have you learned the best way to pray?

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