Rev Julio Orozco Sr. On How To Share The Gospel Effectively Like Jesus

In the sermon delivered on Sunday February the 3rd, Rev Julio Orozco Sr. gave some very practical advice on the do(s) and don’t(s) of sharing the good news. The stories of the gospels where he drew his inspiration from came out of  John 3 and 4, the instances where Jesus had encounters with two individuals with diametrically opposed backgrounds,  Nicodemus and the Samaritan woman. These two accounts demonstrated  how Jesus met each one of these folks  where they were.

As each one of us is transformed by the renewed life in Jesus, it becomes a necessary result to share this good news with a spiritually starving and lost world. Our attitude and presentation should be one of joy and information as like messengers letting the Holy Spirit do the work of transformation. Rev Orozco shares some very practical advice on preparing ourselves and then sharing this good news in a way that glorifies our Lord and draws people in, rather than pushing or scaring them away. Please watch the full message.

We invite you to join us for our worship service at 11am every Sunday morning! No need to worry about what to wear, you can dress up or down as much as you wish. Our services typically run for an hour and fifteen minutes.

We meet on the south end of the campus in the historic chapel.

We provide a special program during the sermon for children, and headset translation to Spanish for anyone that prefers to hear the sermon in Spanish.


Le invitamos a participar de nuestro servicio de adoración cada Domingo a las 11am. Siéntase en libertad de vestirse formal o casual, no hay problema. Nuestros servicios usualmente duran una hora y cuarto a lo máximo.

Nos reunimos en la parte sur del terreno en la capilla historica.

Tenemos un programa especial para niños durante el sermón, y tenemos traducción a través de audífonos al Español para el que desee escuchar el sermón en Español.

Neelsville Presbyterian Church
20701 Frederick Rd.
Germantown, MD 20876


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