Statement of Faith
The Bible to be the only inspired, infallible, authoritative Word of God.
There is one eternal, almighty and perfect God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
In the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, in His sinless life,in His miracles, in His vicarious and atoning death through His shed blood, in His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of the Father and in His personal return in power and glory. That for the salvation of lost and sinful man, regeneration by the Holy Spirit is essential. In the present ministry of the Holy Spirit, by whose indwelling the Christian is enabled to live a godly life. In the resurrection of both the saved and the lost: they that are saved unto the resurrection of life and they that are lost unto the resurrection of condemnation. In the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ.
About Iglesia Delta
at IGLESIA DELTA, we aim to have one foot on the college campus, and one foot in the community
Our Church-Based Campus Ministry
Part of seeing the gospel change our city is reaching the next generation on the college campus. Many of the world’s greatest movements have started through dedicated, young people passionate about changing their world. What would it look like if students here in our city encountered God on their way to class? How would it change El Paso? How would it change the world? We’re excited about the next generation of leaders and we’re committed to investing in them!
Culture is not just what we say it is-culture is what we do. Every local church/organization has ways in which they describe the kind of environment they seek to live in and work from. It doesn’t mean we get it right all the time, but it does mean that we want to lead and help each other live according to these principles—our own spiritual “family values,” and all of them ultimately represented in Jesus Christ. These cultural values are what we want a person (staff, volunteer, or person in our community) to feel when they walk in the door
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No one is perfect, and we don't expect anyone to be. We are all being discipled by the Holy Spirit, who is continually working on us so that we look and live towards the full image of Christ. We are all a work in progress, and there is grace for us. However, this grace is not for any of us to stay the same or fall into complacency, but rather a "grace to grow" and be better versions of ourselves. It's hard to give what you don't have, but we have freely received grace, and so we freely give it. In doing this, we give space for each other to grow into Christ-like individuals and a more unified church body.
Live a Culture of Honor
When asked, Jesus said "loving God and each other" are the top two commandments. One way we show love God and others is by honoring them. This means that we dignify, respect, and encourage each other, developing a culture that tears down an environment of judgment and insecurity. As we do this, we believe we will see the very best versions of each other come to the surface, and in this way the world will know we are HIS disciples.
Celebrate Our Differences
Our aim is to love each other for who we are, and not resent each other for who we are not. Everyone has a story that is formed by unique qualities and situations. God doesn't dismiss these elements from our lives, so neither should we. There is a part of me that needs to be reconciled to a part of you: ethnically, socially, relationally, economically, politically, denominationally, and spiritually. The best way we can heal the pain of the past is by celebrating our future together, and that cannot be done without acknowledging our differences and working alongside them. One of the most beautiful things about the Church is the diversity we have worldwide, and if we have diversity worldwide, then we should seek to have it it in our relationships locally within the church
With all the media and resources today, it is easy to be a comfortable consumer-listening to podcasts online and giving financially to organizations without actually serving in the church locally. Do you ever find yourself envious of other groups or ministries? This doesn't have to be the case and that's why if we see a need, we fill it. There is too much good that can be done for anyone to stand idle. We aim to love our community, make disciples, and serve as well as we can, and we can't do it without each other and our unique giftings and calling. The grass is not greener on the other side, it is greener where we water it most. If you feel that there is a missed need or opportunity in our church that can improve, our question to you will always be "so good to hear, thank you, and when can you start?"