Welcome to It’s a New Day!
God has spoken to Loren Covarrubias, host of It’s a New Day, and senior pastor of Mt. Zion Church, that this is the third day, a new day for God’s people. This is a day for the revealing of the “sons of God in the earth”—a day for the Body of Christ to walk in maturity, power, and authority and demonstrate the Kingdom to the world around them. We are committed to bring a prophetic word in due season that stirs faith in your spirit and activates your pursuit of God’s purpose for your life.
From the blog
Recently, I was reading the newspaper and came across an article discussing a statement made by a religious leader from the Catholic Church. The article was filled with comments from people who appeared to be upset that this person had … Read more
May 8, 2013 by Loren
We are living in a time of transition in the world. Political, economic, and religious upheaval is a worldwide phenomenon. As Christians, we must be on the forefront of embracing the times of change so that we do not miss … Read more
January 1, 2013 by Loren
Last week’s election was very interesting. Prior to the election, the animosity between the opposing groups had become very strong and neither side seemed to comprehend that the other might win. What we will find, however, is that no matter … Read more
November 13, 2012 by Loren
Pastor Loren’s Books
Loren Covarrubias, pastor and author, has been called to declare a present-day word of maturity to the Body of Christ. His first book, About Father’s House, is a revelation of God to His Church, and reviews specific words given to Loren for the local church he founded, Mt. Zion. In his second book, Discovering Favor with God, Loren communicates the powerful message of God’s love and favor for His children in a practical, fresh approach. His third book, Why Is The Devil In My Garden?, challenges mindsets about the devil and clarifies his role in God’s plan for creation. His latest release, Finding Your Place In God’s Eternal Purpose, will challenge emotions, mindsets, and even traditions that have prevented us from being the powerful church Jesus so boldly proclaimed.