Gerson Morey

Iglesia Día de Adoración,
Lead Church Planter
Iglesia Día de Adoración
April 18
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About My Family

I'm Gerson Morey, married to Aidee Morey. We have three sons, Christopher, Denilson and Johanan. I am originally from Peru and came to the States in 1993. I'm currently finishing my Master of Divinity degree at Knox Theological Seminary.

I enjoy my family very much, and I like to write. I usually write for The Gospel Coalition (for the Spanish site).

About My Church Plant

Iglesia Día de Adoración is an Hispanic community in Cooper City, which is in South Florida. I serve in Día de Adoración as a pastor.

I love my community. Our motto as a church is, "to teach everyone to grow in the knowledge of Christ."

NAMB Church Planting

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