July 10, 2020
Friday Evening Service
Prelude: A saxophone trio (pictured above) of Gary Riler, Dan Hall, and Jackson Parker played “As the Deer” and “Redeemed.”
Scripture Reading: Darrel Lee read Psalm 40:1-5.
Special: A ladies’ quartet sang “The Unclouded Day.”
Testimony: Alicia Parker told how the Lord saved her at camp meeting when she was five years old. She remembers getting up from the altar and skipping down the path to her cabin to tell her mother and grandparents.
Special: Troy Ross and Sam Cantrell sang “Here I Am, Lord.”
Testimony: Tolu Adesope shared how her parents were invited to an Apostolic Faith Church in Nigeria when she was about three years old, and they came and were saved. After that, they brought their family to church regularly, and at a young age she was saved also. Soon after she was married, the Lord brought her and her husband to the United States, and she has found that no matter where she is, the Gospel is the same.
Special: Natalie Rael sang “He Looked Beyond My Fault.”
Sermon: Olusola Adesope, pastor in Pullman, Washington, spoke about man’s greatest need. He said that since Adam and Eve sinned, man’s greatest need has been for a Savior, and that is Jesus. He is the only One that can save from sin.
Special: Butch Carey sang “Jesus, the Son of God.”
Watch the full service in the Media Center.