Ignacio Gama is pursuing a Master of Divinity at Nashotah House Theological Seminary and an aspirant for ordination in the Diocese of Dallas. Born and raised in Mexico City, prior to entering seminary Ignacio lived in Boston and New York City for a good number of years pursuing studies and work in Opera. He loves the outdoors, a good book, Theatre, live music, and new food experiences.
Sermons and Bible Studies
Exodus 3:1-15 The episode at the burning bush is one of the most memorable Old Testament stories, perhaps because it portrays God’s encounter with a particular person, as well as God’s compassionate response to the afflictions of his people. This is the first of many divine acts that will bring forth Israel’s deliverance from slavery […]
Exodus 12:1-4, (5-10), 11-14 As made known to Moses at the burning bush, God has heard the cry of his people in Egypt after centuries of oppression and has set a plan in motion for deliverance. Several plagues have proven fruitless in bending Pharaoh’s pride to set the Israelites free, and his empire will be […]
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