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“If anyone wishes to come after Me, he must deny himself, and take up his cross daily and follow Me” (Luke 9:23) ~ Jesus Christ DESCEND into your HEART:
(1) Are you hungry for the Word of God?
(2) Do you desire to become all that God intends for you?
(3) Are you passionate to let Christ make a difference in you and around you?

If you checked (X) “Yes!” one or more of the questions above we strongly believe that we have a godly solution for you. We challenge you to give ADT a try.​

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(ii) ADT is provided one-on-one
(iii) ADT is provided small group style

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(2) Call us for a free Spiritual Assessment consultation
(3) Enroll into ADT

With LOVE in HIS Service.
Valy Vaduva
​Spiritual Mentor / Life Coach

P.S.: We are delighted to have you as a student/disciple (mathetes[1]) in the Advanced Discipleship Training (ADT) offered by URFM.

[1] The Greek word mathetes (translated disciple) is found more than 250 times in the New. According to Greek Bible scholar Spiros Zodhiates, editor of the Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible, mathetes “means more than mere pupil or learner. It means an adherer who accepts the instruction given to him and makes it his rule of conduct.” In other words a New Testament type disciple is one who learns by putting what he or she learns into experience.

3. Integration of Spiritual Growth and Emotional Health

“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.” - Jesus Christ (Matthew 22:37)
“You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” - Jesus Christ (Matthew 22:39)  

 3. Integration of Spiritual Growth and Emotional Health

In the past few months, the Holy Spirit impressed upon my heart to pray and seek God’s face for a deeper understanding of the process of Spiritual Growth and Emotional Health, with a focus on a smooth integration of these two important areas in the lives of Christ’s disciples. 

Theological Foundation:

As I prayed and meditated on the Scripture, several Bible passages have been brought to my attention pertaining to the process of Spiritual Growth and Emotional Health. 

The Great Commandment is loving God and loving your neighbor as yourself:

A couple of central passages are from the Gospels. One is found in Matthew 22:36-40 and the other is located in Mark 12:28-34. Both refer to the conversation between one of the scribes and Jesus. 

Let’s read carefully these passages... 

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1. In order to love God and others we need a new heart:

The teaching about the human heart is very important throughout the Old and New Testaments. In the Bible, heart refers to the very essence and core of our being. 

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With love in Christ,

Valy Vaduva

Spiritual Mentor / Life Coach

P.S.: Thank you for your continuous prayers and financial support!!!  “The one who is taught the word is to share all good things with the one who teaches him.” (Gal. 6:6).
If you are looking for personal spiritual life coaching sessions or if you desire to have a personalized mentorship plan designed for your spiritual growth please contact me immediately!

Upper Room Fellowship Ministry is a Spiritual Teaching and Life Coaching ministry

​Our Mission

Upper Room Fellowship Ministry (URFM) is committed to make disciples and to equip them for the Kingdom of God.
URFM, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, ministers for the spiritual growth.
The goal is that every member of Christ’s Body would attain the ultimate intention – the fullness of Christ.

Making disciples and equipping them for God’s Kingdom.

​Our Vision

Our desire here at Upper Room Fellowship Ministry is to help you experience spiritual maturity. We would like you to know Jesus Christ not only as your SAVIOR or as your LORD. Our prayer and deep desire is for you to know Christ personally as your SOURCE of LIFE.

Welcome to Upper Room Fellowship Ministry


Motto: “In everything give thanks; for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus” (1 Thess. 5:18)

Giving thanks in everything? Is this what God expects from His children? But how about the trials, tribulations, persecutions, and all the difficult things that (sometimes or many times) happen to us? Apparently, according to 1 Thess. 5:18 the Scriptures admonish us to give thanks to Him no matter what. Why would God ask of us such a thing? Please do not take that I want to preach it to you because this is what I desire the Holy Spirit to preach to myself. From the Bible’s prospective, a few things are very evident:
(1) Thanksgiving because God is LOVE.
I want to point out that more than the act of loving towards us, the essence of God is (agape) LOVE. (See 1 John 4:8). In 1 Chronicles 16:34, we read: “Oh give thanks to the LORD, for He is good; for His steadfast love endures forever!” I believe that because the very nature of God is LOVE we can thank Him in the midst of difficult circumstances. 
(2) Thanksgiving because Good is GOOD.
I would like to underline that God does not do good things to proof that He is good. The very nature of God is GOOD therefore He cannot act against His very own nature. We can say with all of our hearts: God is good all the time! All the time God is good! In Jeremiah 33:11 we read, “Give thanks to the LORD of hosts, for the LORD is good, for His steadfast love endures forever!” God is so good that sometimes it is very difficult to comprehend why God does not struck down the evil people. And sometimes it appears that God blessed them more than us Christians. See Matthew 5:45, “So that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven; for He causes His sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous.” I believe that because God is GOOD we can thank Him even if sometimes it does not make sense to us.  . . .
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(6) Thanksgiving MAGNIFIES God. The psalmist practiced magnifying God on a regular basis. This is truly the best way to take our eyes from ourselves and our problems – ‘the poor me’ attitude; and move all the focus on God and magnify Him – the ‘how wonderful and awesome God is’ attitude. In Psalm 69:30, we read, “I will praise the name of God with a song; I will magnify Him with thanksgiving.” One day I realized that what we focus on gets magnified – it becomes larger. When we focus on our problems – the problems appear to be bigger than our solution. When we focus on self – the self becomes the center of our existence. But, when we focus on God – He shines so bright that we don’t even see ourselves or our problems. I think it is so important to apply the principle of ‘magnifying God’ in our lives. This becomes the never-ending source of joy and happiness. (See Ps. 37:3-6).
(7) Thanksgiving Glorifies God.
When we have an attitude of thanksgiving we declare that we trust God no matter what. I like the way the psalmist put it: “The one who offers thanksgiving as his sacrifice glorifies Me; to one who orders his way rightly I will show the salvation of God!” (Psalm 50:23). Isn’t this interesting??? Therefore let’s glorify God by sincere prayers of thanksgiving. Let’s stop being just beggars. Let’s start being thanks-givers.
he best attitude of all attitudes is the thanking attitude. Habakkuk captures this in his last chapter of his book: “Though the fig tree should not blossom And there be no fruit on the vines, Though the yield of the olive should fail And the fields produce no food, Though the flock should be cut off from the fold And there be no cattle in the stalls, Yet I will exult in the LORD, I will rejoice in the God of my salvation” (Hab. 3:17-18). 

I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!!!
Valy Vaduva

Spiritual Mentor / Life Coach

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