The Lord began to speak to the elders of Prince of Peace Church about three months ago that we were going to have our “time reset.” You can listen to a message on this from September 26, 2010 by going to the “Sunday Messages” link at www.pophop.org. There were many confirming messages that it was going to be a switch from Sunday morning to Friday night.
The Lord would not release a specific strategy. We kept praying and waiting. In the above mentioned sermon, one of our elders, Joe Stark, and I shared vivid dreams we both had the same night regarding the need for Prince of Peace (and the church at large) to shed off any remaining “religious” garments and to move ahead at His voice and command.
While attending Christ the King Church in Waco (following the Gonzales assignment) the Lord clearly gave direction as Pastor Ramiro Pena spoke. We are going to shift to Friday nights – BUT JUST THE FIRST FRIDAY NIGHT OF EACH MONTH. The rest of the month will be our regular schedule.
This First Friday, the Lord said, will be a time to release a HARVEST MANTLE on and through Prince of Peace. We are meeting that Friday night so that Saturday and Sunday we can be actively involved in imparting, releasing and gathering harvest in the Arlington/DFW/Texas area.
WE ASK YOU TO JOIN US THIS FRIDAY (November 5) as we release the mantle. Worship starts at 7 PM at Prince of Peace Church (1701 Martin Luther Drive in Arlington). Pastor Ramiro Peña will be speaking.
Ramiro and Orphalinda Peña are the founders and pastors of Christ the King Baptist Church of Waco and the founders of Peña Fiel, Inc. The Lord has used them to plant 10 other churches in Texas, Mexico, Cuba and India since 1996.
Ramiro began in youth ministry in 1982 and was licensed and ordained as a Baptist pastor in 1985 in Temple, TX. He is a graduate of Baylor University with a B.A. in Religion and has done graduate work in Philosophy and Business. A frequent speaker for revivals, crusades and events for men, he has ministered in Mexico, Cuba, Guatemala, Argentina, Singapore, India and Germany. He has served on several ministry boards and currently serves on the Baylor University Board of Regents.