Staying in Love

We all know what’s required to fall in love . . . a pulse. Falling in love is easy, but staying there, that’s something else entirely. So is it possible for two people to fall in love and actually stay there? Absolutely! Learn how in this 4-part series – Join us in the next 3 Sundays of February!


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Tarrying Nights – January 2019

Hi JRM Fam! We are about to embark on another year of our lives. It’s our prayer and our desire to both encourage you and challenge you to start the year in prayer and humility before the Lord. 🎉🔥💓

We will have our first Tarrying Nights this 2019 on January 2, 3, and 4. We are inviting everyone within our JRM-Vallejo community to spend time in the presence of the Lord to commit the whole year to His plan. We are excited for the great things God has for us this coming year of 2019! See you! 


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Appreciation Post

We are sooooooooooo grateful for all the people God has brought to us here at JRM-Vallejo! 
 
Thank you for your support, your love for the Lord, for all the brethren and for the church. We appreciate all the time, the skills and the resources you have shared. Your passion for the Lord and your service in the ministry has been our joy and comfort.
 
Seeing all of us work together for the Lord compels us to work harder, give more and share more time in fellowship with you both to encourage and to be encouraged by you. JRM-Vallejo, our hearts are full! Thank you! You are all in our prayers.
 
We keep praying that your love will continue to grow and your relationship with God will stay rooted and grounded in love. Great things await us this 2019! Let’s continue working as one, being guided by our vision: Loving our city with Christ, one person, one family and one community at a time. We will conquer our homes, communities, our workplaces and anywhere God sends us with the unfathomable love of Christ! Have a blessed, presence filled New Year!
 
We love you! <3
 
-Pastor Serge and Noreen Santos

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First Service of the Year!

Wherever you are, be all there. Live to the hilt every situation you believe to be the will of God. –Jim Elliot
Some writers have already dubbed our generation as the most distracted generation to ever live. Our lives are full of options. We will never run out of things to choose from; from the sizes of our drinks to the types of furniture to install, and even the careers we pursue. 
 
We are used to looking everywhere to get the best deal, the most comfortable shoes, and the most appealing jobs. This does not necessarily mean that it is wrong to explore choices. In fact, we should celebrate the privilege of being able to choose. 
 
However, as a result, we may be distracted from living at the moment. When things become difficult, we tend to look for an easier route, an easy escape. We refuse to endure and persevere because we know that there are better things out there. 
 
This new year, may we learn to lean on the One who has written the scrolls of our lives. May we learn to trust His timing and His purpose. Our prayer is for everyone to never lose heart and to always approach the throne of God with confidence, knowing that His finished work is enough for us to gain access to the deep things in God’s heart. 
 
Let us all walk into the path that has been paved for His through His Spirit. May we endure and persevere until we experience the promises He has for us.
 
 
Happy New Year, JRM-Vallejo Fam! 

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LifeGroup Schedule

JRM-Vallejo Fam, you can find our LifeGroups Schedule in the image below. Connect with us for more information. Looking forward to seeing you into one of our LifeGroup sessions! 


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Happy New Year!


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Merry Christmas!


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Christmas Eve Candlelight Service


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Christmas Service 2018


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Leading Great

Leaders play a great role in shaping history. We hear stories of people who have taken risks and have attempted to do great things beyond their time.

On the other hand, leaders are subject to the eye of the critics, often being followed either by supporters or opposition. In fact, being a leader would always mean being a followed by a mixed of both.

Imagine a world where companies, organizations and government departments are led by people whose hearts are fully dedicated to the Lord. Can you visualize the impact it would have on earth?

In this series, we will examine what it really means to lead the way Jesus did.

See you at our church sanctuary!


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