A special weekend of services in Port Angeles, Washington, began Friday, November 10, with a thirty-member orchestra playing “Are You Washed in the Blood of the Lamb?” A combined choir followed, singing “Glorious City of God.” Many visiting instrumentalists and vocalists were there throughout the weekend. Tony Boyce, pastor of the church in Dallas, Oregon, read his text from Galatians 5:1. The theme of his sermon was “Liberty in Christ,” and after he closed there was a wonderful prayer service.
Saturday morning, everyone gathered together again. There was music led by a large serenaders group. Dae Seo Koo, visiting from South Korea, played his harmonica before testimonies were shared by Lisa Butler of Port Angeles, and Lee Spakousky of Spokane, Washington. Ryan Trotter, from Chehalis, Washington, gave the interactive devotional. He challenged those present to leave their fears with the Lord. Afterward, a Hawaiian style lunch was prepared and served by Al and Blanche Sifagaloa.
Saturday evening was a young people’s service with more great music and wonderful testimonies. Taiwoo Park, from Seattle, Washington, brought the message, focusing on “Your World View.” Another great prayer service followed.
Sunday began with a full house for Sunday school, and around 140 in attendance for the morning worship service. The orchestra played “Almighty,” followed by the combined choir singing “Jesus Saves.” Brother Tony read his text from Proverbs 23:23, focusing on the first part of the verse, “Buy the truth, and sell it not.” Another great altar service followed the sermon.
Throughout the weekend there were visitors from fourteen different areas, the farthest being from South Korea. The Lord truly blessed the whole weekend. Victories were won and many seeds of truth were planted!