Naason Joaquin Garcia Continues to Assert His Innocence

The Leader of the Church of the Light of the World is Proclaiming He Has Done Nothing Wrong

June 13, 2019 – The Church of the Light of the World, or Iglesia La Luz Del Mundo, serves people throughout Mexico and is one of the most influential churches in the country. However, concerns are surrounding Naason Joaquin Garcia, the leader of the church. Garcia is currently facing unfounded accusations that are trying to harm his reputation.

At this moment, the accusations that Garcia has been subjected to entail bail, which is not a proof of guilt, but is something that may obscure Garcia’s intentions to impact his integrity. The concern is that Garcia is unable at this moment to support the church that he has been representing for years.

The American courts have imposed a massive bail total on Garcia. This has become a concern, as the church does not have the financial resources necessary to help with paying for the bail.

The people who support the Church of the Light of the World know that Naason Joaquin Garcia is innocent and that he has the integrity and support that the world requires from him. Garcia is a powerful and trustworthy leader who has been helping people throughout the world. He has served in more than thirty countries and always puts the needs of those who require help over what he holds himself.

Others are wrongly attacking Garcia as a means of harming his reputation and in impacting the church that he represents. He is being attacked without any general form of backing or support to confirm the arguments that are being made against him. No one can prove at this point that Naason has done anything wrong to others.

Naason and the rest of the Church of the Light of the World want to focus more on the work that Naason puts in and how he has been serving people around the world. Information on what Naason is truly about and what he does when helping people around the globe can be found on He is working to confirm that he is indeed a fair person who is looking to help the world and has not attempted to do anything wrong or potentially harmful in any circumstance.

Media Contact: 

Company: Church of the Light of the World (La Igelsia del Mundo)

Name: Jayson Garcia


Phone: +1-33-3808-7944


Address: Mexico


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