Fountain of Gardens Ministries
P.O. Box 470581
Fort Worth, Texas 76147-0581
  Martin Cisneros is an internationally recognized Bible teacher and prophetic voice who is impacting a new generation for Jesus Christ. He has dedicated his life to helping others understand their connection with Jesus Christ and to each other in the midst of a world full of prophetic fulfillment. Martin’s emphasis is on Christians reaching the place of conformity with the image of the resurrected Jesus Christ. With this end goal in mind, he teaches a holistic view of Biblical salvation that is Postmillennial, universally redemptive, and yet "practical."

Martin Cisneros was raised in a single parent home and learned to trust the Scriptures early in life for every need. Martin started teaching the Scriptures to others in the early 1990s and started hearing the call of God to expand the teaching focus of his ministry to include God's plan for the entire Creation in the fall of 1997. After 14.5yrs of being retrained by the Holy Spirit for Martin's unique emphasis across the entire Bible, Martin has come to see all 66 chapters of the Book of Isaiah as a synopsis of his entire message and ministry work.

July 24, 2012 while engaged in a couple of hours of praying in the Spirit, Martin heard the call of God to be a Pastor at around 8:30pm U.S. Central Time. More details will follow soon on Martin's Pastorate when Martin's heard more from God about that.



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For the idols speak delusion; the diviners envision lies, and tell false dreams; they comfort in vain. Therefore the people wend their way like sheep; they are in trouble because there is no shepherd. Zechariah 10:2


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