CPC Ministries (short for Cuerdas para Cristo) is dedicated to producing professional violinists and cellists for the music ministry in God's Kingdom. We strive for them to know God intimately through praise, worship, and prayer. We want to facilitate their participation with the rest of the band and give them a larger role in all styles of music using both acoustic and electric violins and cellos with all sorts of effects pedals and bowing techniques. We also want them to know how to minister spiritually with their instruments to believers and unbelievers alike and in this way expand God's Kingdom.

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Kids are back in school. We've started up violin and cello classes again and we'll soon be playing for Easter. I feel this is the beginning of a new season in my life and ministry. Pray that God leads and directs us and gives us His wisdom as we move forward in His plan for us.

This past month there was a homeless guy who came into our building. His name was Javier. He didn't come to beg for money or even food. He asked for us to pray with him so that God would help him forgive his father for abusing him when he was a child. This man's life has been wrecked with drug and alcohol abuse, but we could see that he has a heart that's sensitive to the things of the Lord. After the service, a friend and I stayed with him at the church to talk and pray with him for a while. We called an ambulance and went with him to the hospital because we thought he was suffering from alcohol withdrawal, but when we got there, they told us he was actually suffering from the effects of cocaine. We left him there for them to treat him as necessary. I had often seen this guy on the street around our church, and was praying for an opportunity to reach him. I'm glad that prayer was answered. We haven't seen him around since we left him at the hospital, but I believe he'll have a great testimony.