The Conference theme was presented in two parts. First part was “Lord Send a Revival", and the second part was “Let It Begin In Me".
Shawn Catlin welcomed everyone to the second annual “Worship With Us Las Vegas Community Conference” and extended an invitation to those attending young and old alike to join together with song and dance in adoration to our King of Kings in one spirit and in one voice as the music touched everyone right from the start.
Pastor Gino Passalaqua gave the introduction to the first part of the Theme “Lord Send a Revival” followed by additional inspirational words regarding the theme by Pastors Carlos Aguirre, Diana Benavides and George Kamakahi.
Presentation of the Hula Dance directed by Evangelist Joanne Hanawahine of Reflame International Ministries was touching and generated great enthusiasm.
Pastor Guillermo Ramirez was the Keynote Speaker for the first half of the Conference. His sermon was powerful and motivating.
Preamble of the Theme “Let It Begin In Me” was given by Apostil Luigi Figueroa for the second half of the Conference . The message was profound and reflectived on our personal relationship with God at our present state.
A presentation regarding the persecution of Pastor Saeed Abedini held prisoner in Iran...his crime, preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ took place. It was beautiful.
Additional motivational words “Let It Begin In Me” Persecution, were spoken by Pastor Lulu Mata, Shawn Catlin and Mercedes Reyes.
Words by Adia Lancaster regarding Human Trafficking and the purpose of Congo Justice. We must do all we can to stop this type of persecution on our children right here in our own city of Las Vegas. Truly “Lord Send a Revival, Let It Begin In Me” is where it all starts - In Me! We can make a difference in our own individual way with God‘s help and His direction.
Pastor Alex Martinez spoke about “Let It Begin In Me” Healing and the Keynote Speaker for the night was Pastor Lee Rodriguez from Redlands, California. What a authoritative, commanding and powerful message’ The spirit of God was truly speaking directly to those in attendance in a way that is unexplainable.
I wish I could individually name all of you in this article but that is impossible. We do want to express our appreciation. Thank You so much to all of you who have volunteered to come together and help make this Worship Conference a reality, not only to you the Pastors but to all of you in the congregation who so freely give of your time and effort. You are loved and valued greatly!