Reactivation of Voice of Restoration Missionary Trips

After a series of meetings with Rev. William NC Garcia, Rev. James C Garcia, Brother Joseph C. Garcia, and Rev. Bernabé NC García, and upon consultation with Apostle Missionary Pastor Rev. Bernabé G. García, the consensus was reached that the bride of Jesus Christ would be best served if the Voice of Restoration reactivated the missionary trip portion of its ministry.

While it was the President’s desire that the focus of The Voice of Restoration remain the transcription and production of the messages brought by Rev. Bernabé G. García, Brother William and Joseph along with Brother James Garcia felt very strongly that a united front was best served by working under the banner of Voice of Restoration in the missionary field.

There will continue to be a marked distinction between those men sent specifically from Voice of Restoration and those that are merely sympathizers of the the Voice of Restoration. Anyone travelling on official business of the Voice of Restoration will be named specifically on this website under our “Current Trip” and our “Upcoming Trip” section.

Voice of Restoration continues to work in conjunction with other ministries, including but not limited to City of Refuge Ministries, Circuit Rider Ministry, La Sangre de Cristo, and World Wide Missionary Outreach. However, those ministries do not represent Voice of Restoration in an official capacity except as when noted from this website.

In the future ALL official Voice of Restoration events will be announced from this website. Please note that not ALL of the activities posted by Phoenix Tabernacle are Voice of Restoration events. However, our ministries are closely entwined with the ministries of all who follow the message of the hour. We support each and every church’s rights and desires to have events. It is just physically impossible for us to be at every event.

We will continue to announce and to attend non-official Voice of Restoration events as it is our continual desire to fellowship with all of our brothers. An official Voice of Restoration event is one in which the the leadership of Voice of Restoration designs, implements and carries out the programmed activities.

We covet the prayers of each and everyone of you that love the ministry of Rev. Bernabé G. García as we do our utmost to carry on the missionary work he started while remaining faithful to his vision for the future.

In his service,
Rev. Bernabé NC García for and with Rev. Bernabé G. García, Sr.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Foster City, CA and Managua, Nicaragua trip - Final Part of Report

Saturday, March 12, 2011

My son Bernabé NC García, III (Tercero) spoke at the morning youth service. He did an excellent job of exhortation directing the youth to reconsider their priorities. I felt he was hitting the nail right at the head of the problem.
Before he spoke we heard five minutes of testimony and greetings from Brother Carlos Humphrey, who is the father of Brother Randy
Humphrey of Phoenix Tabernacle. It was a blessing to hear Brother Humphrey who exhibited a candid and transparent character. We also had greetings from Brother Carlos Ruiz.
After service, as I was checking Facebook, I discovered that my Uncle Nicolás Castillo, of Bayard, NM had went on to be with our Lord. We pray that Jesus Christ comfort the family of my Uncle Nick, especially his wife Lily Castillo, and my cousins Mark and Tina to whom I was very close and to their other children, Isidrio, Israel, and Joshua.
Saturday evening service was amazing as after I spoke for about five minutes my Brother William NC García gave his powerful testimony of Jesus pulling him out of the depths of bitterness and hate and washing him with His Love.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

For Sunday School William brought the teaching from Ephesian 5:22-33 entitled Making our Weak Link Stronger. It was very well done and the people were blessed to hear it. After the worship, and right before I brought the preaching, Tercero set the perfect stage together with the children and youth of Managua with a stirring rendition of his song “Jehovah”.
I preached on The Ability that God Requires using King David as an example and showing how God does not use our abilities, the only ability he wants from us is the ability to get ourselves out of the way.
The evening service was very special as Tercero had the Youth sing Akuna Wakaita ta Jezu and also Jehovah. Tercero also brought the message that night giving a most dramatic and enthralling portrayal of little David against the giant Goliath. He made very clear that God does tremendous things with the littlest and most insignificant of persons.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Today was spent in fellowship and relaxation.

Travel Days

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

We were taken very early to the airport as our flight was scheduled to leave at 7:15 A.M. We landed in Houston about 11:45 A.M. and waited around the airport until our 4:00 P.M. departure, arriving in San Francisco at approximately 6:30 P.M. We spent the evening in relaxation and fellowship with Brother Titus and Teresita Moreira at the Chidyausiku's house together with the Chidyausiku family, Sister Katherine, Elizabeth, Patricia, and Timothy. We had originally planned to stay there until Sunday, but because we wanted to make it to New Mexico in time for Uncle Nick's funeral we retired early and made plans to leave in the morning as soon as we had rested enough from the strenuous trip.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

We drove straight through to Phoenix, AZ leaving Foster City at about 1:00 P.M. and arriving in Phoenix at approximately 3:00 A.M. Thursday morning.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

I arrived tired at 3:00 A.M. after our drive from Foster City, CA and went to sleep. I awoke around 9:00 A.M. and by 11:00 A.M. we were on the road to Bayard New Mexico.

Uncle Nicolás Castillo's Funeral

Funeral service was scheduled for 7:00 P.M. at Terrazas' Funeral Home in Santa Clara, NM. It was the first time in a very long time that I had heard my cousin Mark speak, and I was amazed at his composure and his method of delivery. It was a blessing to hear him speak, and I would love to have him travel with me on the missionary field as I believe he would be a true blessing to the people.
After service I took the hour drive back to Lordsburg where Letty, Daniel and Tercero would be spending the night. We ate at a friend's house (Trait and Victoria) along with Brother Scott (who runs the studio). Dinner was delicious.

Friday, March 18, 2011

At 10:00 A.M. we were back at Terrazas' Funeral Home in Santa Clara and heard a tremendous sermon by Brother Roy Carpenter, pastor in Mesa, AZ. A few of the people I had the opportunity to see there was Tommy Perez Jr, Caleb Perez, Brother Thomas Perez Sr., Brother Caleb Duron, and many of the cousins from my mother's side of the family.

Robert and Spring Rodriguez

After the funeral, we drove about 1.5 hours to Hatch, NM where we had the honor of visiting with Brother Robert Rodriguez, his wife Spring, and the children Hope, Becky, Abel, and the rest of the gang... Brother Robert and Sister Spring almost have their own football team!
The fellowship there was amazing, this is truly a special family and was so awesome just to be there to let them know that we love them and that they are very special to our family, our pastor, and our church. It was with reluctance that we left around 9:00 P.M. to head back to Lordsburg.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

After arriving at Lordsburg at almost midnight yesterday, I spent the night talking with Brother Scott until about 5:00 A.M. this morning. I then went to the room and slept until about 10:00 A.M. after which we took a tour of Lordsburg to see the different projects that Scott and Trait were developing. Shortly after noon we departed to Phoenix, AZ so that we could be there for Sunday morning service.

1 comment:

  1. Un cordial saludo, Hno. Bernabé Jr., por este medio. Estuve buscando información del Hno. Thomas Perez Sr. y, en mi búsqueda, llegué a esta vuestro blog, por lo que aprovecho para saludarles muy afectuosamente. Dios siga prosperando vuestro trabajo en el Señor.

    En Cristo Jesús.

    Hno. Emilio


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