Eduardo's church

Manly Training Ministies
San Antonio, Texas 78249

About Eduardo
  • Education: Colegio Holandes in Mexico City. Kings Bible Institute (4 years).
  • Experience: Youth Pastor in Mexico City. Assisted in planting a Church in McAllen Texas where our primary focus was on the Spanish Speakeing community of South Texas. Moved to San Antonio, where I now work with the Spanish Speaking community in Bexar County. I founded Manly Training Ministries. I am a columnist on Patheos magazine. [Pastor de jovenes en la ciudad de Mexico. Plantamos una iglesia en McAllen TX donde estabamos enfocados sobre los hispanoparlantes de el sur de Texas. Ahora vivo en San Antonio donde trabajo con los Hispanos de el condado de Bexar].
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: 1987 Congresso Centro Cristiano Calacoaya. 1999-2012 Missions Conference at Destiny Church.
  • Family: My wife and I. And the three boys that God has given us.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: "Be yourself, don’try to be like others. Pray everyday and prepare yourself every day so when you are called to speak, you will always be ready". [sp:. Be tu mismo y no trated de ser como otros predicadores. Ora todos los dias y preparate diario para que cuando eres llamado para predicar, estas listo].
  • Books that have had an impact: There have been so many books that have made a difference, but none as much as God’s word in the Book of Proverbs. [sp:. Han hyabido muchos libros que han hecho una diferencia, pero ninguno como la palabra de Dios en el libro de los Proverbios].
  • Hobbies: Play the guitar. Landscaping. Cooking. [Toco la guitarra. La jardineria. Cocinar].
  • Something funny that happened while preaching: The first time I ever preached, I tripped as I was going up the the steps to the stage. [sp:. La primera vez que prediqué, me tropeze cuando subia a la plataforma].
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  • Mastering Fatherhood

    Contributed on Jun 12, 2017

    In 2001, I was serving as the youth pastor of Destiny Church and sitting at my office desk when I received a phone call from my mother. She called with sad news! My grandmother’s health had declined significantly and she was near death. She’d been suffering with Alzheimer’s for over seven years up more

  • The Power Of Presence

    Contributed on Jun 12, 2017

    Long before I became a Dad, I had strong opinions about fathering. Perhaps it’s because I came along quite late in my father’s life. He was 47 years old. To say I was a surprise would be an understatement! But, my Dad rose to the challenge! Like my sister and brother before me, I became his more

  • Memories Of A Magnificent Man

    Contributed on Jun 12, 2017
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    My father was born in 1911. His older brother, his only sibling, had already died. His father died two years later. In that era no government programs existed to provide for them, so his mother, an Irish immigrant, moved in with his paternal grandparents. His grandfather was a blacksmith, and more

  • Grocery Store Meltdown

    Contributed on Oct 4, 2015

    Many times you’ll have no clue what to do. But you still have to pretend you are in control. Like when your three-year old melts down at the grocery store. What do you do? You are wearing a "WWJD" bracelet and still you have no valid answer. You’ve read a ton of parenting books and although many more

  • Teach Your Kids!

    Contributed on Oct 4, 2015

    God’s word instructs us to be teachers to our children. For the past 5000 plus years, children would help with the family business. If they were carpenters, the children would help doing work that was appropriate for them. As they helped, they would become masters at the skill that they were being more