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Sunday Evening Youth Service

November 5, 2017

Prelude: The young people’s orchestra played “Are You Washed in the Blood?” The choir then sang “Your Love Awakens Me.”

Featured Testimonies: Victoria Worthington shared that she is a dental assistant, and recently when wishing for more time with God at her busy job, she was able to have an uplifting conversation with a Christian patient. Ade Asaya was thankful for traveling mercies when her husband recently made a long coast-to-coast trip. April Rudolph appreciated...

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Sunday Morning Service

November 5, 2017

Prelude: Organist Shawn Worthington played “A Quiet Place” and “Festival Alleluia.” The choir followed with “Be Exalted, O God.”

First Special: Mimi Witham and Imelda Nedelcu sang “Jesus, Lover of My Soul.”

Scripture Reading: Clark Wolfe read Romans 10:1-10.

Last Special: The choir sang “As the Deer.”

Sermon: Using Matthew 16:13-15 for his text, Andy Chasteen, visiting from Medford, Oregon (pictured above), asked his listeners who Jesus is to them, and assured them that He can be their Savior and King....

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Friday Evening Service

November 3, 2017

Prelude: The junior orchestra played “I’m Gonna Sing, Sing, Sing!” and “Lord, I Lift Your Name on High.” Isaiah Nedelcu then sang “I Have Decided to Follow Jesus.”

Featured Testimonies: Michael Mathews said he was thankful he could point back to a time and place where the Lord saved him, and that He has kept him. Cassy Mathews said they are doing well in Port Angeles, and she is thankful for her roots in Portland...

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Fall Bible Study Series: Part 7

November 1, 2017

The fall Bible study series on “The Life and Teachings of Paul” continued on November 1 with a session taught by Earl Phillips on Paul’s mentoring of Christians. The primary texts were taken from 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus. Brother Earl began by pointing out that these epistles from Paul were special because they were written to individuals, rather than to churches. In his opening greetings, Paul called the recipients his “sons,” revealing how...

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