|We are glad that you stopped by our website today. We want to invite you to come by and visit with us on Sunday morning’s at 10:00 a.m. Our hope is to be a church that touches and changes lives through the power of God’s Word, and through building strong, lasting relationships that encourage one another to grow in Godly character. Our office hours are Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information or prayer, please contact us at 713—728—0072.
Our purpose at MPWO is to bring lives into the Kingdom by touching them at the point of their need, catching them in the net of God's love, maturing them in the Kingdom through discipleship, and empowering the trained to reach the lost.
Meet The Pastor
Pastor Albert Salazar was born and raised in the Houston/Pasadena Texas area. He graduated from Pasadena High School in the summer of 1967 where upon was drafted into the army. After serving 2 years with an honorable discharge, he returned to Pasadena Texas with his new family. He was working at Olin Chemical Plant (10 years) when he felt the call into full time ministry. It came out of a teachable moment in his life when God revealed a need for leadership in the lives of young people. When his Pastor ( Ben Rojas) wanted to offer a bible study to members of the church,(La Hermosa) they soon found that the constituents attending the church from a different part of town were not interceded in having a bible study, but wanted a full time church instead. At the age of 31, he and his wife (Della) set out on the journey that God laid before them and New Life Church was birthed under their Pastoral administration. He has always believed in “that a workman should study to show himself approved” therefore, he strived to attend school while pasturing and has earned both a Bachelors in biblical studies from Vision Christian University, a Bachelors in Psychology from Le’ Tourneau University, and a Master’s in Psychology/Counseling from International Christian University. He has also been awarded an honorary Drs. Degree. In 2006, the name of the church was changed to Master’s Plan World Outreach; altogether we have had 4 building programs. Master’s Plan foundation was based on God’s word that provides growth and community. So 30 years later, after having begun in a small 28x30 house converted into a sanctuary in a local Houston neighborhood, the campus now sits on a multimillion dollar complex on Beltway 8 near Highway 59. Pastor Albert’s testimony is one of remaining faithful in the midst of trials by overcoming through faith; not one of complexity, but of peace found in Jesus. It is one of fighting for the Lord, and victory in hardships. Certainly God’s greatness, mercy and grace have followed him thus far.