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Video Sermon

Good morning! Lots of folks are on vacation these days, so wherever you are, by the sea, at a resort, or even if you’re stuck at home, it’s great to have you here! Click right HERE for this week’s VIDEO SERMON, shot on location.

Don’t forget, if you’re a member of our church and on vacation, your church is still open and doing the Lord’s work even as you’re soaking up the rays, click HERE to give your tithes and offerings.

Video Sermon, July 5

Good Sunday morning everyone. Today’s VIDEO SERMON is all about something all Christians possess but very often don’t think they do. We pray that the Lord will bless you through His Word. Click on this Link to watch.

Video Sermon June 28

Blessings to all you saints on this Lord’s Day. Here’s your VIDEO SERMON for today. Our prayer is that the Lord will speak to you through His Word and change your life.

 

Video Sermon: 7 Things All Christians Have, Part 2

Good morning, and Happy Father’s Day to all you Dads reading this. I lost my Dad a couple of years ago, and I sure miss him. So take my advice, if you’re Dad is still with you, do tell him you love him while you can. Believe it or not, he won’t always be around.

Most people know Mother’s Day has been celebrated for a very long time. It began back in the 1860’s and was declared a national holiday in 1914. Father’s Day is a slightly newer invention. In 1908, a preacher in a church in West Virginia preached a sermon in remembrance of some 362 miners who had been killed in a coal mining explosion. That was, as far as we know, the first time men had been honored in such a way. But it wasn’t until the next year that Sonora Smart Dodd sought to make a day honoring fathers a national tradition. She and her six siblings had been raised by her father alone, and she felt that all fathers should be honored the same way as mothers. It took a lot of time and effort, and lobbying the government, but in 1910, her home state of Washington celebrated its very first Father’s Day on June 19.

Years later, it was President Nixon who declared Father’s Day a national holiday in 1972.

So, as I say, Happy Father’s Day! I hope it’s a special one for you.

Here’s your VIDEO SERMON for this week. May the Lord bless you and speak to your heart.

 


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