Worth the Wait

Written by Andreliz Torres Have you ever been in a season of waiting? Has God ever promised you something and you’ve wanted it right then and there? Or maybe in your head, you’re expecting it to happen soon, but you’re still waiting? Have you doubted that promise or lost hope because it hasn’t happened on your timing? Yeah, me too.  I think a lot of … Continue reading Worth the Wait


by Andreliz Torres As I sat there in the sound booth during night 3 of The Voice Conference, I heard Pastor Sonia repeating, “C’MON, THE VOICE!” after Chris Estrada preached about being “Built Different.” *Insert plug to download the Mainstream app & to listen to the whole TVC weekend. (https://subsplash.com/mainstreamorlando/app) As she is repeating, I hear a mixture of frustration and encouragement, but most importantly, an … Continue reading C’MON, THE VOICE

A Quick Reminder for the Christians

Numbers don’t lie, just look at history Unfortunately, 2020 hasn’t felt awesome at all. Frankly, many people are emotional, physically, and spiritually exhausted at this point. Rooms that were once filled with laughter and joy, are now filled with the sound of CNN and Fox News reporters, with empty bottles of liquor as a backdrop. These are indeed dark times, and the times will likely … Continue reading A Quick Reminder for the Christians

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To the Girl Growing in the Lord…

To the Girl Growing in the Lord, I don’t know you personally, but I know where you’re at. I’ve been there. It’s uncomfortable and uncertain, but not uncommon. Let me share something – you are not alone.  I have been the girl that was trying to figure it all out. When the Holy Spirit first began tugging on my heart, I was in the middle … Continue reading To the Girl Growing in the Lord…

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The Wild Wild Web

This post was a Voice AM lesson adapted for your reading pleasure. When the stay-at-home order hit Orange County and church was brought online, I remember thinking, “Okay, I really need to start using Instagram to stay connected with people in these times.” So I did. Unfortunately since then, the online social community has become a crippling minefield. If I can be honest, I have … Continue reading The Wild Wild Web