Michael Woroniecki

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Legacy of Love

A new music album release

My youngest son David and I, just released our first official album. We aim to inspire with energy and hope. The album reflects a modern, electronic style and is available everywhere music is sold online. Just search "legacy of love". It always amazes me how something that is unseen is able to have such a huge impact on our lives. It penetrates our heart and can create,heal and recall memories. There are so many level of thought it can bring to us to help us fight the great burdens and sorrows of life. Anything that helps you from our music is an outcome of our deep relationship with the living Jesus.
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TEACHING & TRAVELS

The purpose of this site is share with you the things that I have learned along the way. With my 3 daughters, 3 sons and my wife I have traveled to more than 50 countries to share the life, love and truth of the living Jesus. Not as a "church" or religion, but as a simple family. My goal is to help you in whatever way I can, to navigate through your suffering and the struggles we all face to find the real answers the Father freely offers us.

ADVENTURE

In the 2000's we drove from New York, through Mexico to Panama. The roads do not have potholes. They are a pothole. I never knew what a catalytic converter was until our RV broke down because the roads had shaken it completely loose. Also had to fix a blow transmission, 3 airbags, struts, frame, several tires and a radiator. In 2009 We shipped our van to Colombia and ministered there for five years. Then through Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Brazil. Let's just say that we have some pretty amazing adventures. So we just decided to share some of them. Hope you enjoy.

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About Michael Woroniecki

Like the seed of John 12:25, I fell into the ground…

 

I made a deal with God in high school. If He would let me make All-City honors in football I would attend a prayer meeting with my ailing mother. When it happened it made me take a serious pause about whether God might actually be interested in my life.  I did a similar deal when I received a full ride football scholarship at Central Michigan University. I reached a small level of stardom but injury after injury broke me, both physically and personally.  I began to secretly ponder the life of Jesus.

My nickname was Crazy War from my wild ways. Got arrested with my football coach and this set my image. But inside my conscience was on fire. I had betrayed by deal with God. Long story short, I ultimately committed my life to Christ while sitting in the football stadium of Notre Dame.  It brought about severe and drastic rejection from my teammates which forced me to tread down an uncharted path. Despite the terrible personal pain of rejection. When I was a wild dude everyone loved me but now everyone hated me, no exaggeration. This single reality forged a depth of meaning to the words of Jesus and drove my intensity to stand for Him with all my being. 

I had just come back from a  rough football practice that had become almost unbearable due to the hatred of guys on the team. I remember sitting in my dorm room chair contemplating what kind of life awaited me. How could I bear this? Roger Staubauch for the Dallas Cowboys claimed to be a Christian and all he got was acclaim. What was wrong with me?  I opened the Bible to John 12:24+25.  It made me start wondering about what it really meant to follow Christ. So many empty Christian cliches fill the mouths of insincere people. Could people who claim to know Jesus actually not be sincere?  I was quite naive. Would it not be loving to help such people see the error of these ways? Never did I imagine how much “Christians” would attack me for what I saw as personal concern.

His Name is Jesus; “the Suffering Servant”. He is not a sinners prayer or church. No system or moral life style died on a cross.  A person can only receive forgiveness and eternal life from His hands. What good is a Christian image. For such reality as this Jesus laid down a walk of suffering (Is.53). I was scared. How to act and talk, I did not know. How do I deal with “Christians” who have no heart for Jesus? I have never wanted to come across as better than anyone but I must  hold to the reality of Jesus even if I am falsely accused and misunderstood. God knows my heart and bears witness to the truth of my life.  I am an imperfect vessel preaching a perfect gospel…

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Some Feedback From Our Ministry:

"This date will surely be remembered in my memory and in my heart. the day that a group of Americans, whom I might even call them angels, have arranged to come to a penitentiary, where much of society wants to stay away, they came to give their personal testimony, to present themselves theatrically to demonstrate God's love. My name is Alexander, and I wanted to thank you who made this day the best day of the approximately 242 days that I find myself secluded here in this penitentiary. You have been able to awaken in me something, that perhaps I had no more, that is hope. God has bigger plans for me... -Alexander (Prisoner) 03/12/2018
"This is not a show. You should not call it a "show" because it is so much more than that. What you just did can change someone's life. You left lots of seeds today. " -Rowling, Director of the Activities, Manila City Jail , Manila, Philippines
"Today you have taught us all what the meaning of true love is. On behalf of all the children, teachers and myself, thank you " - Sophia, Director of A Large School Paraguay.
"Thank you for bringing us light, and in a world of gray, you showed us many colors. You raised all our hearts by leaving us the love of the Father in such a beautiful way. " -Heitor, Prison Director, Uruguay