PASTORA MARIA GRACIA ...
Maria Gracia was born on the 22nd of November in New York City. At the age of nine her mother decided to move the family to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. “God moved my mother so that I can meet Ruddy and the Lord,” affirms Pastor Maria Gracia.
Immediately after their wedding the Gracia’s moved to the United States with nothing more than faith and big dreams. At each step God followed with supernatural provision. In 1992, two years after finishing their bible studies, they arrived to Florida and initiated what now is catalogued as a phenomenon that is impacting their society and the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ and the healing power of the Holy Spirit, Segadores de Vida (Harvesters of Life).
Against all medical diagnosis that they would never have children, Pastors Gracia received a miracle from God, with four beautiful children who today are committed to the vision to win souls for the kingdom and are youth leaders. They are also part of the praise & worship team.
In 2003 was birthed in the heart of Pastor Maria Gracia the conference “Redoma,” with the desire to minister and lift women up, taking them to high places where God desires them to be, in order to be healed, restored and edified. In obedience to the call, she initiates these annual meetings that currently bring together more than 2,000 women from the United States and Latin America.
The meaning of “Redoma” is “Vessel that is filed with olive oil, which is used to anoint wounds in order to bring healing”. Redoma has transformed the lives of hundreds of women, giving them an inner renewal, and a filling of Holy Spirit so they may bless their homes and communities; becoming an instrument to touch lives and make a difference.
With her special way of ministering and the sweetness that characterizes her, Pastor Maria Gracia has a clear message that each woman is a special work of art created by God with a special purpose.
It’s the desire of Pastor Maria Gracia to impact the hearts of women with her message so they can fulfill their purpose in God in their lives, their families and communities.