Boris Ozuna

As We Share in Our Comfort and Suffering

May 17, 2015
II Corinthians 1:3-7; Isaiah 51:11-16

It is a pleasure to be here again not only being part of such an important event like Days of Prayer and Action for Colombia, but also visiting and spending time with the congregation that we consider our community of faith and home church. I am glad that I have the opportunity to do both […]

Making the Path by Walking

April 27, 2014
Psalm 34:14; Romans 15:13; Mark 7:24-30

Many years ago, when I was still living in Sincelejo, my home town, I was a part of a group of young adults who had started an Anabaptist bible study group that met several times a month to discuss our faith and social struggles in Colombia. There was no established Mennonite church in Sincelejo, so […]

The Mysterious Blessing of Life

December 08, 2013
Romans 15:4-13

This week I struggled in trying to put all my thoughts in order. Last time when I stood here and brought the message, I had it clear: “I’m going to talk about the social movement that is happening in Montes de Maria, Colombia, the struggle for land and the march of hundreds of farmers asking […]

It is the Time for Peace with Justice in Colombia

April 28, 2013
Psalm 34:1-14

Let’s start with an important theological question: How many of you enjoy eating avocados, guacamole, or just plain avocado? Raise your hand please! By noticing how fast the avocado salads and guacamole run out at potluck days and gatherings with this church, I was expecting that most of you would raise your hand. I’m glad! […]