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We are invited into God’s mission of reconciling His people back to Him through Jesus Christ. This invitation is for those who want to experience His presence and love even more. Why? Because when we make disciples, we learn to abide in Jesus knowing that we cannot do anything apart from Him. We trust in the working power of the Spirit not in our methods, strategies and expertise. We are reminded that wherever God leads, it’s for His glory and not ours.

Picture1And as we understand who God is and who we really are in Jesus, it shall propel us to share the gospel and even our own life to others (at home, neighborhoods, campuses, workplace and even outside the country) as they follow Jesus and make disciples, disciples who will last. So join us as we encourage and strengthen one another for EveryJuan is a fisher of men. EveryJuan is a Disciple-maker! And remember, it’s all about Jesus! ~ Franco Ferrer

Listen to this sermon (preached on the 28th anniversary of BBCC, Sept. 28, 2014)



About Franco Ferrer

He serves as youth director of iDISCIPLE Movement, a ministry of LCSBC, Inc. He also works as Training Officer for Discipleship-Transformation Unit of Tulay Sa Pag-Unlad Inc., a Christian NGO and Microenterprise Development Institution(www.tspi.org). He also serves as deacon and discipleship coordinator at The Church at Better Living in Paranaque. Franco worked for True Love Waits Philippines, Inc. (www.wagmuna.com) for five years as National Training Coordinator with a mission to connect youth to live a life of absolute purity in Jesus.He is much convinced that God uses ordinary disciples to do extraordinary Kingdom work for the glory of God through disciplemaking anchored in the gospel. His greatest joy outside of Jesus is being married to his best friend and wife Pauline and father to his son Calvin John “CJ”.

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