The Puerto Rican who has sparked worldwide controversy with acknowledgment as God in more than 30 countries, is making his way North this long weekend for his first Canadian appearance in over 2 years. With a 2-day, free-admission conference open to the public, the man Christ Jesus, Dr. Jose Luis de Jesus Miranda, arrives to introduce the English community to a message that has proven to heal, prosper and bring peace in 103 countries so far.
The Transforming Nations World Tour 2007 has intrigued even skeptics with the impact of the only man in history who has dared to confront all religions in presenting the Thesis of the Reformation, which demonstrates how Religion has lied over 2000 years. To-date, 60+ peaceful manifestations in 16 nations have been conducted in his name, while more than 30 countries so far have tattooed themselves in gratefulness to be identified as his followers.
This August 3rd, Canadians welcome the man who, in one day alone, made headline news in 135 articles due to his impact on entire nations. From his Miami-based world headquarters, Dr. De Jesus Miranda transmits live conferences Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. through CEGENGLISH.COM, teaching individuals their true identity and even liberating homosexuals, showing them to live life with a clean conscience.
The President and Founder of the Ministerio Internacional Creciendo en Gracia continues to make history in his world travels, as his government grows exponentially. Composed of 353 education centers in 30 countries, a satellite channel in 16 nations, an online radio station, 300+ TV and 200+ radio programs, his communication powerhouse enables everyone to tune in simultaneously to listen to the weekly message of the man Christ Jesus as he instructs the world.
Reportedly, millions of lives worldwide already give testimony to the goodness that his message brings. Dr. De Jesus is expected to arrive through Pearson Airport on Friday August 3rd, 2007, for a historic event at the Parkway Convention center in St. Catharines, Saturday Aug. 4th at 2:30 pm and Sunday Aug. 5th, 2007 at 10:30 am. All welcome.