Full Gospel Business Men
His Banner Over Us Is Love
SATURDAY DECEMBER 13 , 2014
8:30Am – 11:00Am
969 Washington St.
Weymouth, Ma. (Rte. 53)
All Are Welcome to Attend
$13.00 per person. A love offering will be taken. Praise and worship music by Rich Budgell, Matteo, Janice Fillipi, And Chris Meuse. Please call for reservations. Don Rocci 978-835-3191 after 5 PM Mon.-Fri. or Sat. & Sun. from 1:00 pm on. Or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Kiana Ceballos was born in Massachusetts and raised in southwest Florida. She was born into the Catholic faith , heavily influenced by her extended Christian family. While visiting a non-denominational church, Kiana was prompted to seek a deeper relationship with God and committed her life to Christ at the age of 12. Having a tenacious and curious personality, she decided to attend the Pentecostal church in which her family had helped pioneer over 30 years ago. Coming from a musical family, Kiana began to develop as a worship singer and traveled locally to minister through song at age 16. She also attended the Assembly of Christian Churches Theological Institute, (A.I.C) for two years and served in the same church until the age of 22.
In 2001 Kiana felt the leading of the Lord to move to Philadelphia to attend the Emmanuel School of Ministry. In 2003, Kiana along with her husband, was ordained into the pastoral ministry. Shortly after being ordained, she helped plant a sister church in Orlando, FL, a two-year project that was then turned over to another team of pastors.
Once back at her home church in Philadelphia she began working in the community again to develop programs to serve the elderly, the homeless, the indigent HIV/AIDS community, low income individuals with career prep and resume writing skills. She also created a community children’s choir. Nonetheless, the pulse of her ministry was a program she created called, “Relik Performing Arts” which used drama, dance and music to bring healing through creative expression. As worship leader, she also traveled around the nation with the Bishop and staff to minister through song at various conferences and special events. As the Lord would have it, in 2011 Kiana began a ministry sabbatical. Through God’s grace, faithfulness and favor she transitioned back to her hometown. She currently lives in western Massachusetts with her two children.
Come hear her sing and share her testimony. Come also and sing some Christmas songs and worship Christ our Lord.