Ministerios Kurios

Ministerios Kurios

La palabra griega Kurios significa señor, maestro, amo, dueño. Somos un recurso bilingüe que proclama el señorío de Cristo.

The Greek word Kurios means lord, teacher, master, owner. We are a bilingual resource that proclaims the Lordship of Christ.

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Episodes

El adoctrinamiento LGBTQ+
Apr 11 2024
El adoctrinamiento LGBTQ+
En este episodio de Kurios, profundizamos en el polémico comercial del Super Bowl de la campaña religiosa "Él nos entiende" (He gets us). Con más de 123 millones de espectadores, el Super Bowl es un escaparate clave para la publicidad, con comerciales que pueden costar hasta 7 millones por 30 segundos. Sin embargo, un anuncio en particular generó controversia al presentar una interpretación superficial de Jesús en temas sociales y políticos actuales.Analizamos cómo este comercial desvía la verdadera enseñanza de las escrituras al retratar a Jesús como un defensor de cualquier identidad y elección personal, sin establecer estándares morales o confrontar el pecado. Al exponer este mensaje subliminal, reflexionamos sobre la importancia de comprender la verdadera identidad de Jesús y su propósito redentor, que va más allá de simplemente "entendernos." Exploramos la diferencia entre la tolerancia y el amor verdadero, recordando que el amor de Dios está intrínsecamente ligado a la verdad y la transformación. Jesús no vino a validar nuestras identidades terrenales, sino a ofrecernos una nueva identidad en Él y redimirnos de nuestros pecados. En última instancia, desafiamos la narrativa de un Jesús complaciente y afirmamos la verdad transformadora del evangelio. #Kurios #SuperBowl #Publicidad #Controversia #Jesús #Identidad #Verdad #Amor #Redención #Evangelio #Fe #Cristianismo #Tolerancia #Transformación #Escrituras Support the Show.
The power of prayer
Aug 28 2023
The power of prayer
In this podcast, our aim is to encourage you to kneel before the Lord without instilling guilt. Prayer, we believe, is not merely one solution among many, but indeed the ultimate solution. Let's ponder: What could be behind the waning interest in prayer? It's important to acknowledge that prayer doesn't necessarily come naturally to us. As society has advanced technologically, it has successfully addressed the challenges that earlier generations faced. In the current era, our reliance is heavily placed on professionals and their expertise. The rise of smartphones has significantly impacted us, consuming a considerable amount of our time and inadvertently affecting our intellect.A recurring phenomenon has been viewing God predominantly as a solver of problems, rather than embracing Him as a loving Father seeking fellowship and closeness with us. Our perspective should encompass the fact that God earnestly desires to listen to us, leaning in attentively despite His all-knowing nature. It's worth considering that our inclination sometimes leans toward reshaping His will to align with ours, rather than truly seeking it. We sometimes engage in prayers driven by our worldly desires, but the essence lies in establishing a profound spiritual connection with God. The materialistic cravings of the flesh tend to overshadow the offerings that God presents. Disinterest might settle in when our desires are unmet, leading us to believe that God isn't listening due to His perceived reluctance to grant our wishes. There's room to explore the vast array of blessings that God extends, rather than fixating on what He hasn't explicitly promised. Curiously, a "no" from God can paradoxically illuminate the path to discovering His purpose. Support the Show.