Give Your Life for the Lord

This morning at Westchester Chapel Church of the Nazarene Joyce taught on John 12:20-36.

Also, Pastor Jim and Dr. Linda Warren lead the community in prayer over us before our missions trip to Africa, which begins in a week!

Opening and prayer by Melanie Solomon. Joyce mentions the mini-series Lost Legacy Reclaimed, about the early Church in Northern Africa.

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Give Your Happiness to God!

I got up early to drive about four hours to church from the Hollywood Divine International Film Festival, where I performed and taught. We always commute 90 minutes each way to worship with our church family, but this week we celebrated our founding pastors for Pastor Appreciation Day, and I wasn't about to miss that! Because I already knew I'd be there, I didn't hesitate to lead worship, too. In my intro I shared about how the Lord was orchestrating things at the film festival.

Rachel Taylor shares from 1 Samuel 2: 1-10 on how to allow the Lord to define our happiness as we continue our series on Giving as God Gives! Dr. Linda Warren opens in prayer and leads us in worship in giving.

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This service is available for download free on iTunes, where you can also subscribe to our podcast. Search for "Westchester Chapel" on the iTunes Store.

If you want to more about starting a relationship with Jesus Christ visit www.WestchesterChapel.org/Salvation.

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