Jesus came and ministered to the world when He was here through word and deed, and we are called to respond to the Gospel in the same way.Our Director of Mercy, Paul Flores sees this as a call to help equip individuals, families, small groups, church leadership and the church as a whole to identify needs and communicate them so that through our combined efforts, mercy is demonstrated as a characteristic of who we are; Across the Island, across the Bridge and across the Sea. Mercy is a command from God that we follow, trusting that the Holy Spirit will work through us to bring His love in practical ways so that people will come to know Jesus.
Mercy is one facet of the gospel of God’s love to us in Jesus. Our new Director of Mercy, Paul Flores, will help equip individuals, families, small groups, church leadership and the church as a whole, to see needs, identify needs and communicate needs so that through our combined efforts, mercy is shown locally and internationally so that people come to know Jesus.
Paul has a background first as a husband and father, married to his high school sweetheart, Linda, they have two sons, Matthew and Bryan. Paul has been a member of Marco Presbyterian Church since moving to Marco in 1994. The first half of his life had a business focus as owner of several businesses engaged in the service of boats.in 2005 Paul returned to school to earn a degree in Christian Ministry and the next step was to obtain a certification as a Biblical Counselor.
Serving MPC and the body of Christ has been an important focus, being evidenced by working with the children and youth and serving first as a deacon and then as a ruling elder.
Digging a little deeper...
1. What brought you to Marco Church?
As a new follow of Christ, I was looking for a church home before moving out of New York.
2. What is your favorite snack?
To drive fast.
4. Greatest indulgence?
5. If you could vacation anywhere, where would it be?
6. Who is your greatest hero and why?
John Paul Jones...he never gave up.
7. What's your greatest fear?
"I'd rather focus on joy." reference 3 John 1:4