Jose Alejandro Molero

Iglesia Biblica Sublime Gracia, District of Columbia, District of Columbia

Lead Church Planter
Washington District of Columbia, Washington, DC District of Columbia
Iglesia Biblica Sublime Gracia
August 12

About My Family

I've been married since December 27, 1997,​ to my beloved Maribí. I was recently told that she is the best woman God could have ever given to me as a tangible demonstration of His grace and love. We have two kids: Rebeca (1999) and Benjamin (2002). I recently told them that they are the kind of kids every dad would love to have.

In our church, Maribí sings, Rebeca plays the piano and Benjamin the drums. I preach.

About My Church Plant

I surrendered to God's loving rule when I was a child. I got baptized at 11 and was leading youth at 15. Since then I've been involved in planting three churches. In 2002 I was invited by senior missionaries to establish Iglesia Biblica Metropolitana (IBM) in Lechería, Venezuela. I quit my secular job in 2009 to go full time.

In 2010, the Capitol Hill Baptist Church (CHBC) pastoral internship changed my life and made me love Washington, D.C. Then we went back to IBM for six more years. In 2015, Restoration Church DC called me to plant a Spanish-speaking church for the thousands of Hispanics in DC who are like sheep without a shepherd. And boom! On March 4, 2018, we covenanted together as Iglesia Biblica Sublime Gracia (IBSG) in the community of Columbia Heights, which is in the very heart of the nation's capital.

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Jose Alejandro Molero

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