The Wise Masterbuilder Series: Practical Principles of Powerful Prayer

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 15, 2011 - Religion - 289 pages
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Pastor Martin began his ministry work at Crenshaw Christi an Center in Los Angeles, CA where he was Born Again in 1975. In 1977 his training was completed as a Counselor and in the years that followed, many were counseled in the Word of God, in the area of receiving Christ as savior, receiving the Holy Spirit, Assurance of Salvation and Basic Christian Doctrine. These “mini-teaching sessions were invaluable in providing a foundation of Christian stair steps to maturity.”

In 1980 Mr. Martin enrolled at Confi rmed Word Christian Bible College and was first Ordained in 1982 at his home church in Los Angeles: Song of Solomon Ministries. As Associate Pastor and Administrator of The Evangelistic Rescue Ministries, Pastor Marti n was Ordained again in 1987. A wise Evangelist advised me to get Paperwork from several organizations because you never know when you will be in a remote area of the world where people will only honor paperwork from their own, he said. In 1992 Pastor Martin worked with the regional outreach of RTV (Reclaiming the Valley) and as a team member, ordained many who sought training and supervision through RTV, at which point he was ordained again through RTV since their paperwork was recognized in many regions of the world.

In the early period of the 1990’s Pastor Martin was elected Chairman of the Local Concerts of Prayer, a worldwide prayer movement with a highly successful branch in Pasadena.

Not long after a term as Press coordinator With the March for Jesus (a worldwide march of millions), Pastor Marti n became Chairman of the Board of Harvest-Time Ministries, Inc. in Pasadena, and then Associate Pastor at Grace Community Bible Church.

Pastor Martin is also a teacher-on-staff at CBI (Christian Bible Institute), a Bible teaching college with satellite campuses across Los Angeles.

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