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IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO JOIN US IN PERSON, READ WHAT HAPPENED AT OUR RECENT SERVICES AND EVENTS.
09-28-2021 — Tuesday Evening Service

Prelude: Hannah Cook and Claire Moberg played a flute/clarinet duet of “He Looked Beyond My Fault” and “Peace Like a River.” Then a young men’s vocal ensemble (pictured below) sang “The Battle Belongs to the Lord.”

Featured testimonies: Rob Parker testified that he was raised in the Gospel and knew it was real because he saw victory in the lives of people at home and at church, but not at school. He prayed at age fifteen and was saved. Dan Hoskin said he does not have a heritage in the Gospel, but God has given him a church family for forty years, a Christian wife, and Christian in-laws. Hunter Cripps praised the Lord for protecting him on the job numerous times, including once when he was moving a beam, and it fell and just missed his toes. Chris Oilar said his life took an unexpected turn when he was invited to an Apostolic Faith service as a teenager. A few years later, he prayed and God made a miraculous change in his life.

Last Special: Diana Lambert and Amy Patan sang “Everything to Me.”

Sermon: Ryan Erdmann took his text from Mark 14:32-41, and said that just like Peter, James, and John, everyone needs to sleep at times. However, we do not want to be caught spiritually "napping" during an important event like the Rapture of the Church.

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