But, Christ heard your cries and brought salvation and mercy into your life! He has redeemed those desolate places in your life into marvelous treasures. He has given you an inheritance and an overcoming power for those areas in your life that the enemy thought would keep you from fulfilling Christ’s purpose and plan.
Darrell MarshShare Pastor
Pastor Marsh is the Share Pastor at The Pentecostals. His focus and desire is to get out into the community and share the love and truth of Jesus. Pastor Marsh oversees the Outreach, Bible Study, Guest Services, and Care Ministries.
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Ryan DoranLive Pastor
Pastor Doran is the Live Pastor at The Pentecostals. It is his desire to have the Truth about Jesus taught to children, youth, and adults every week. He oversees the children, youth, and young adult ministries, transportation ministry, and adult discipleship.
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Hector MaldonadoEspañol Pastor
Pastor Maldonado es el pastor español en Los Pentecostales . La comunidad española constituye casi el 25% de la población de Florida, y el corazón de Pastor Maldonado late por cada uno de ellos.
(Pastor Maldonado is the Spanish Pastor at The Pentecostals. The Spanish community makes up nearly 25% of the population of Florida, and Pastor Maldonado’s heart beats for every one of them.)
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Brandon CogerStudent Director
Brandon Coger is the Student Director at The Pentecostals of Titusville, overseeing and leading students from 7th grade to 12th grade. His passion is helping youth find their full potential in Jesus.
Michael & Hannah BergmannChildren's Directors
Michael and Hannah Bergmann are the Children’s Directors at The Pentecostals. They are enthusiastic about teaching children about the love of Jesus.
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When Jesus said “I came to seek and to save that which was LOST,” the word He chose was crystal clear. Read carefully the definition of the Bible word Jesus chose for LOST: 1) destroyed 2) put out entirely 3) abolished 4) rendered useless 5) put to death 6) given to eternal misery in hell! That’s what Jesus meant when He said, “lost.”