Prelude: Claire Moberg played a clarinet solo of “His Eye is On the Sparrow.” Then a vocal ensemble from the United Kingdom sang “Gloryland Medley.”
Featured testimonies: Mirela Fillimon thanked God for helping her be a witness for Him at the school where she works, in spite of opposition. Michelle Hancock said she has had pain in her feet for months, but was prayed for yesterday and God healed her. He also helped her to settle a spiritual matter at the altars last night. Justin Makomva testified that he had a chronic stomach illness for which he saw forty-one doctors, but then he was directed to an Apostolic Faith church to be prayed over, and what the doctors could not do, God did; he was healed. Funke Emitola said she was raised in a polygamous home and worried about who she would marry, but God saved her at age seventeen and provided her with a godly husband.
First Special: A Sacramento trio (pictured above) sang “Shout to the Lord.”
Last Special: Joel McCarville sang “Old Ship of Zion.”
Sermon: Olusola Adesope, pastor in Pullman, Washington, read Genesis 2:18, 21-24 for his text and said a Christian home starts with a good foundation of a godly man leaving his family to cleave to a godly woman for life. He also said each person in the home has been given a role by God, and when these are followed, the home will be blessed.