Worship Service August 7 at 10:00 AM

2022-08-06 11:16:29 tkhein

Scriptures: Old Testament Genesis 15:1-6
Epistle Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-16
*The Gospel Luke 12:32-42
Sermon: “3 D Faith”
Pastor: Rev. Janice Patria J. Serafica
Musicians: Amie and Michael Callahan Family, Praise Band
Special Music: Chase Portner

If you are unable to attend, watch live at 10:00 AM at this link:  Worship Service– or watch a recording of service after 11:00 AM at same link. Service will be broadcast on FM 98.3 in parking lot.

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Bright and Beautiful Beings

2022-08-02 11:03:11 pat
Funny, adorable, cute, energy booster, loyal, and sweet. These are just some of the words to describe our pets or animal companions. I believe that these words are limited with what our pets really are. I grew up with dogs and cats at home. And in some period took care of pigeons, turtles, fresh-water aquarium fishes, and hedgehog. Each has its own unique character and beauty. Each brings special happiness and energy to us. One of my treasured memories with Jedai, my Siamese cat, was his “meowing” before he jumps on my bed or my lap or table. He will wait for my tapping of hands first. I find him super sweet and cuddly. Another sweet has entered my life when I came to Moline. He is Sweetheart, a 3-month-old black kitten. His is a real energy booster! And soon, we will have Honey, another Siamese kitty! I got the special privilege to play with Kelsey and Boomer! Oh! what a sheer happiness these wonderful beings bring! I remember the hymn/poem my Mama taught us, “All Things Bright And Beautiful.” There refrain goes:

 “All things bright and beautiful, all creatures great and small. All things wise and wonderful, the Lord God made them all.”

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Hearing Loss and Deafness

2022-08-02 11:26:34 pat
Hearing Loss is defined as a condition (permanent or temporary, mild or severe) that prevents a person from receiving and understanding sounds. Depending on the degree of loss, it may have a lot or a little impact on performance or involvement in life’s activities. Deafness is defined as a condition that prevents a person from receiving sound in all or most of its forms: a hearing impairment that is so severe that the person cannot process sound information, with or without amplification (i.e. “hearing aids”).
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