As you reflect on your mentorship, do you truly care, not control; and mentor, not manipulate the people entrusted by God to you? In this sermon, Pastor Roy Oliveros emphasizes that mentoring is about caring for the people God has entrusted to us, rather than imposing laws and principles on them. Listen to this message and be encouraged to grow in this one of the most important lifestyle we need to practice as we become leaders in the areas of our gifting.
We often see Jesus as our Savior who died on the cross for our salvation, yet we tend to forget that He is also our reigning King in His second coming. Ps. Roy Oliveros started this brand new series, Hacking the Apocalypse Project: Deciphering the Book of Revelation. Listen to this in-depth yet simplified study about the Revelation of Jesus Christ, as this will inspire us, His disciples to live more effectively in these end times.
Are we pleasing people or leading people? God wants us to obey His will based on our conviction rather than convenience. In this series Kingdom Lifestyle: Obedience, Pastor Roy Oliveros dares us to introspect our true motivation in obedience as disciples of God. Pay attention to this sermon and realize why obedience is the first law in heaven.
Here’s the tough truth: The responsibility to equip and train the next generation lies on our shoulders. In this sermon, Pastor Roy Oliveros reminds us about the torch we need to pass on to our future generation. In this Kingdom Lifestyle: Future Generation, we learned the importance of seeing the youth today in the eyes and heartbeat of Jesus, as we continually equip them as future leaders of our nation.
Would you still serve God even if no one praises your work? In this sermon, Pastor Roy Oliveros reminds us about authentic Servant Leadership. We learn that we don’t have to be praised by people for the service we offer to them, for this is merely what God required us to do. And we serve because He called us to love one another. So, the next time we do something for His people, we should do it out of love instead of appreciation.
True leadership isn’t deciding to become a leader, but deciding to become yourself. Pastor Roy Oliveros reveals the 5th Kingdom Lifestyle, Servant Leadership that needs to be evident in our lives. We probably won’t consider ourselves to be leaders, yet as we discover our true identity, we learned that God originally designed us to lead and dominate in the area of our influence. Ultimately, Jesus is our role model in leading and serving the people.
You can only nurture relationships when you know how to value someone. In “Kingdom Lifestyle” series, we learned the 4th lifestyle that we should have, Nurturing Covenant Relationship, as Pastor Roy Oliveros shares the significance of nurturing relationships most especially to the people whom we are covenanted with. We’re challenged to take off our masks and to be sincere with our love for one another as God called us to live life in the light.
When you understand the importance of something, you will have no excuses. In this very first face-to-face gathering after 2 years, Pastor Roy Oliveros uncovers the 3rd lifestyle we should have, Availability. We’re reminded to step out of our comfort zone just like how Peter, James, John, and all mighty men of God, both left their old lives and decided to follow God. In the same way, we are called to follow God all the way!
You cannot walk with God while holding hands with the devil. In the series “Understanding Kingdom Lifestyle,” Pastors Roy and Rochel Oliveros highlight the 2nd lifestyle we should aim to be, a Radical Disciple. And to become one is to be rooted and not easily be shaken as love is our foundation and why we prioritize and doing God’s purpose in our lives.
Are you living the lifestyle of the Kingdom of God or the lifestyle of this world? In this brand new series “Understanding Kingdom Lifestyle,”
Pastor Roy Oliveros discusses the lifestyle we must have in the Kingdom of God through the acronym, T-R-A-N-S-F-O-R-M. Beginning with the letter “T” that stands for TRUTHFULNESS, which emphasizes the need, to be honest, and true in all our dealings for us to live a life of integrity.