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I was born in Honduras, 23 years ago, the oldest of four children. I lived in a neighborhood with all my cousins, on a street named after my mother's ancestors. We attended a church that is non-denominational, but with a strong evangelical bent.
When I was three years old, I fell from the second story of my house and dropped head-first onto the concrete, fracturing my skull.
I was rushed to the hospital and wasn't moving at all, just gazing off into the distance. The situation was very grave. But then something strange happened. The next day, it was as if nothing had happened. The doctor ordered new x-rays, and there was no sign of any damage — no fracture, not even a scratch.
Due to this, our family grew as religious Christians, and throughout my life I was focused on the service of God.
When I was eight years old, we moved to America, which offered better financial opportunities. We settled in a suburb of Houston and looked around for a good church to attend, but nothing seemed as good as what we had back in Honduras.
Along with one other family, we requested that the church send us a minister. Our old church was based in Honduras, but has branches in U. So together with one other family, we requested that the church send us a minister. They sent us a man named Hector Flores, who at the time was still training to be a minister.
And that's how our Houston church started — in one room in a house. He had access to books and resources, and he started teaching Torah ideas that were unique in a Christian setting.
We would spend months and months delving into aspects of the Torah. The church membership grew steadily, as we were very outreach-oriented.
The city was divided up into districts and groups, and we would literally go out into the streets and preach to people.
During high school, I studied in my church's discipleship program, where they train young people in leadership skills and how to preach. We'd bring people into the church and provide them with family counseling and programs for all ages.
It functioned very much like a family. And we would train the new members to reach out and bring more people to church.
Of course, people who came to our church for the first time would wonder why we were discussing Jewish topics, and not preaching so much about the typical teachings of Jesus. But Minister Flores continued on his unique path, and the church eventually split into two congregations.Later today, your private transfer will take you to Vancouver’s train station, where VIA Rail’s Canadian awaits.
Once you are settled in, take a look at the passing scenery from your picture window, chat with other passengers or relax in your private cabin. Overnight train. Day 17 – VIA Rail to Quebec City. Rome2rio makes travelling from Washington to Quebec easy. Rome2rio is a door-to-door travel information and booking engine, helping you get to and from any location in the world.
Find all the transport options for your trip from Washington to Quebec right here. Mar 08, · Answer 1 of 2: I'm taking the train from Montreal to Quebec City and staying in old Quebec.
Will there be a train station that leaves me off close to old Quebec? Train station to Old Quebec - Quebec City Forum. Canada ; Quebec ; Quebec City ; Train station to Old Quebec. Mar 9, , PM. Quebec City is the only walled city north of Mexico. The centerpiece of the Old Quebec is the Citadel, which was the French fort in the city.
It is also the residence of the Canadian Governor General, who serves as the representative of the Queen as Head of State in Canada. 10 Replies to “Traveling in Canada by Train”.
Jul 02, · The Quebec Bridge across the Saint Lawrence River was completed in after two collapses. It carries road and rail traffic. Two VIA passenger trains and a CN freight train are seen crossing the.
Extract of the Index of railway place names of Quebec Example of document archive: The IRHCFQ have a collection of scanned photographs presenting different aspects of the railway system (train wrecks, landscapes, train stations, rolling stocks, etc.).
This data base of old pictures grows constantly; thanks to the collaboration and.