As a worldwide missionary, teacher, and speaker, Pastor Dimas Salaberrios has shared the Gospel of Jesus Christ on every continent except Antarctica. Among his ministry exploits, he has aided pastors in Kenya, smuggled Bibles to the persecuted church in China, and ignited revival in New Zealand. You can watch The Dynamic Life with Pastor Dimas weekly on the Word Network and catch his national radio broadcasts weekdays on Salem Communications. Dimas holds a Master of Divinity degree from Alliance Theological Seminary and resides in the Bronx with the love of his life, his wife Tiffany. They have three beautiful daughters. In 2010, Dimas and his team provided over 50,000 tons of food, water, and supplies to Haiti after a massive earthquake and in 2012 he worked as a first responder to provide aid and deliver nearly $500,000 worth of supplies to super storm Sandy victims across NYC. Partnering with Dr. Tim Keller and Redeemer City to City, Dimas founded Infinity NY Church, planted at the Bronx River Housing Projects in 2006. Infinity Bible Church targets at-risk, gang-ridden youth and has spearheaded numerous outreach events, and weekly prayer walks, which have been significant factors in virtually eliminating homicides and other violent crimes at Bronx River. Additionally, the Billy Graham Evangelical Association (BGEA) appointed Dimas to co-chair the Youth Committee in 2004, and serve on the budget and finance committee for their historic 2005 Greater New York Crusade – Billy Graham’s last crusade. He coordinated the BGEA Prayer Breakfast, and during the Saturday evening service of the crusade he spoke to an audience of 100,000. In 2012, Dimas played a central role in the New York City “Right-To-Worship” movement, which ignited cross-congregational prayer gatherings throughout the city and sought to protect over 17,000 church congregants from unwarranted eviction from rental spaces owned by the city of New York. In 2013, Concerts of Prayer Greater NY (COPGNY) unanimously chose Pastor Dimas Salaberrios as its new president. He has been on the COPGNY Board of Directors for several years, an organization that is the largest mobilizing force of pastors in the Tri-state area.