Sunday, September 29, 2013

Joyce honored for honoring the children

During this morning's service Joyce honored the children and children's workers of our church, Westchester Chapel. At the end of the ceremony Eva P., who runs our nursery program honored Joyce. You can hear her kind words and prayer in the service below.

The service opens with a spoken word poem by Tida Wright, who also led worship with Damaris Rivera. Pastor Randy Solomon preached on Matthew 7:21-23.



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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Living as a Foolish or a Wise One?

Pastor Joyce Swingle preaches on Matthew 7:24-29. Opening prayer by Bill H. and communion by Pastor Linda Warren.



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Sunday, September 15, 2013

Recognize False Prophets

Pastor Joyce Swingle preached on Matthew 7:15-20. Opening prayer by Bill H.



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Sunday, September 08, 2013

Narrow or Wide Way

This morning I performed excerpts from Robert Frost's "Mountain Interval" to open Pastor Linda Warren's sermon on Matthew 7:13-14 at our home church, Westchester Chapel. Madelyn Badillo opened and shared her testimony of being called to Brazil. Musical accompaniment by Piero Gorriti.



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Monday, September 02, 2013

Living the Life: Choices series review

Rich Swingle led a special service, which included a review of our Living the Life: Choices sermon series. What you'll hear was preceded by small groups reviewing and reporting on their favorite passages from "The Sermon on the Mount", the text we've been covering in the series so far: Matthew 5:3-7:12.



Here's the full quote by Randall Flinn, artistic director of Ad Deum Dance Company:
I learned today that in order to live a transformational life that I first must learn to live a sacramental life. So what is sacramental living? It is living in the remembrance and to the honor of a greater Sacrifice, broken, shed and given for me. It is for me to receive from that Living Communion and also to give from its same mystery. This majestic Grace which incarnates itself, even in a vessel of flesh, bids me to sup, to be filled, and to pour out. What sweet communion indeed! (On his Facebook Timeline)
And here's the study that shows Christianity in China will double in 6.6 years: The Top 20 Countries Where Christianity is Growing the Fastest.

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