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The doors of the church have opened at Divine Remnant of Truth at 1725 S. Volusia Ave. in Orange City.

Pastor Irah Martin and First Lady Cheryl Martin can be seen with smiling faces and heard with engaging sermons in their new church home.

Pastor Martin, an ordained pastor for the past five years, started preaching in 1981 while in the 12th grade. He was born in Puerto Rico, but grew up in the Virgin Islands and now calls West Volusia home.

With more than 20 years of committed service, he has dedicated his life to God and his community.

“He is an international evangelist that has been traveling and evangelizing for many years and teaches the Bible from its Hebraic roots, giving the people Scripture in full context,” Evangelist LaQwonna Glaster said.

As Martin moves toward the next stage of his spiritual journey, he leads with a team that includes Glaster, along with Kasheem Traylor, assistant pastor; Willie McQueen, pastor; Luis Rodriguez, pastor; Naomi Gayle, evangelist; and Wayne Whittaker, elder.

The core beliefs of the church state “we are a church who believes that the Bible is the infallible inspired Word of God. We are a full Gospel Bible-teaching church.”

Divine Remnant of Truth has a variety of ministries for men, women and children.

“We are a place of refuge and a church that meets you where you are. We are a church without borders with a Micah 6:8 foundation, which states, ‘to do justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with God.’” Martin shared.

As a part of Divine Remnant of Truth’s concert series, Darnel Butler and Remix Worship, along with other local artists, will perform at the church at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8.

On Saturday, Nov. 16, at 7 p.m., Quest will perform.

These two concerts are just some of the events to look forward to as Divine Remnant of Truth continues to build, grow and engage the community.

If you are seeking a church home or would like to know more about the vision of Divine Remnant of Truth, visit www.divineremnantoftruth.org.

There is currently a Give-a-Thon fundraiser in place to assist in securing this historical church ground.

— Cameron, a longtime educator, lives in Orange City. Send email to cameronchronicleslive@gmail.com.

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Barb and her husband, Jeff, were both born in Kokomo, Indiana, a factory town surrounded by cornfields about 50 miles north of Indianapolis. In 1979, they set out on a road trip that would define their lives, and would end with their taking up residence in DeLand. After working at the DeLand Sun News and the Orlando Sentinel 1979-92, Barb helped found The Beacon, and was appointed publisher and CEO in 2013. Since late 2004, Barb has also managed Conrad Realty Co.’s historic property in Downtown DeLand, where The Beacon is an anchor tenant.


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