I am very thankful to God for giving me a godly parents who nurtured and train in the way I should go. At the early age I learned that there is a powerful God who creates every living things and a very loving God.
It was on May 3, 1965 when I personally accepted Jesus Christ as my Savior and Lord of my life. Then on December 31, 1975 when I feel the Lord is calling me for full time service the event was youth camp.
After completing high school I enter Baptist Bible College my religious affiliation to receive ministerial training. After four years of study I graduated through the grace of God with the degree on Bachelor Of Religious Education.
On May 3, 1980 up to the present I am pastoring a Baptist congregation church.For twenty seven years of serving the Lord I am very happy no regrets at all.
I become an Ordained Minister of ULC on April 20, 2007 and I join the group because the Holy Spirit leads me because their beliefs is not denominational, their objective is to train the servant of God.goal is to glorify God, and their teachings are biblical.
As pastor not only I am preaching and teaching the word of God I also perform the following as my duties such as; children dedication, water baptism. funeral services, solemnizing weddings and offering counsel to the broken-hearted.
My ministry includes visiting the sick at home or in hospital, visiting the prisoner, and comforting the elderly.
I'm also having community services like, blessings of government buildings, giving lectures on drugs addiction, pornography, environment. and other issue that are interesting.
These services render really affect my whole being because I learn to adjust and develop my personal relationship with all kinds of people.
I am doing this because of the love and compassion of Christ that has been imparted to my life. And to share the love of God to all human beings.
There are many people who touches my heart people who are drug addict, murderer, drunkards, thief, immoral who has been change by the power of God tears are falling in my eyes every time I see how the Lord changed their lives and they are serving the Lord joyfully.
For me joining the ULC family is a vision that has been fulfilled.
Rev. Danilo E. Ines