Church On The Street Phoenix 05-25-2014 Sunday Evening with Bishop Monty Moody



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Church On The Street is a Christian Discipleship Program (or ‘Bible’ Boot Camp) where a believer in Jesus Christ can spend six months in our 180 day residential program immersed in the Word of God. One can spend this time to build a stable foundation for their life. Very intense; very structured, with a curriculum based in the Life of Christ. Lots of rules to incorporate discipline into one’s character; this life recovery school is the stepping stone to finding the purpose for your life that the Lord has for you. We accept all donations & are in need of hygiene, finances, clothes, furniture and vehicles. We are a state approved facility for probation & parole. Visit our website at or call (602) 257-8918 for tour or program information.

T.D Jakes 2018 – #Sunday – Not One Of Them – Dec 9, 2018



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Thomas Dexter Jakes Sr. (born June 9, 1957), known as T. D. Jakes, is a pastor, author and filmmaker. He is the pastor of The Potter’s House, a non-denominational American megachurch. Jakes’s church services and evangelistic sermons are broadcast on The Potter’s Touch, which airs on Lightsource.com, the Trinity Broadcasting Network, Black Entertainment Television,[1] the Daystar Television Network and The Word Network.

Other aspects of Jakes’s ministry include the annual festival MegaFest which draws more than 300,000 people, the annual women’s conference Woman Thou Art Loosed, and gospel music recordings. He hosted the T.D. Jakes Show, a nationally syndicated talk show produced by Tegna Media and distributed by NBC, until the show’s cancellation in March 2017

Catholic Mass on YouTube | Daily TV Mass (Sunday, October 14)



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Sunday Bible School – Genesis 4-6 “As in the days of Noah” on October 7, 2018



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Sunday Bible School – Genesis 4-6 “As in the days of Noah” on October 7, 2018

Grace Walk Church Phoenix is a church located in Southwest Phoenix in the 85043 area code, near Tolleson, Avondale, and Laveen. 
7840 W. Lower Buckeye Rd, PHX, 85043

02/10/19 Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time



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Service of the Lord’s Day with Rev. Ed Soto
Sermon Title: “Speaking with God: Prayers of Thanksgiving”
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 15:12-19, Psalm 138:1-8
Choral Anthem: “O How He Loves You and Me” and “Blessed Quietness” Kurt Kaiser and Words: Manie P. Ferguson, Music: W. S. Marshall, Arranged by Cleveland and Nix.
O how he loves you and me!… He gave his life. What more could he give? O how he loves you…O how he loves you and me. Jesus to Calv’ry did go; his love for sinners to show. What he did there brought hope from despair. O how he loves you. O how he loves you and me.
Joys are flowing like a river, since the Comforter has come; Christ abides with us forever, makes the trusting heart a home. Blessed quietness, holy quietness, what assurance in my soul. On the stormy sea, Jesus speaks to me, and the billows cease to roll. Like the rain that falls from heaven, like the sunlight from the sky, so the Spirit, too, is given, coming on us from on high. What a wonderful salvation, when we always see Christ’s face, what a perfect habitation, what a quiet resting place.

Saviour | First Baptist Nashville | Sunday, April 3, 2016



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The Sanctuary Choir and Orchestra
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Special Guests:
Larnelle Harris, Steve Green, Rod Fletcher, and Ballet Magnificat

First Baptist Nashville presented the powerful musical work “Saviour: The story of God’s passion for His people” at 6:00 p.m. Sunday, April 3, 2016, featuring the Sanctuary Choir with special guests Larnelle Harris (5-time Grammy and 11-time Dove Award winner), Steve Green (four Grammy nominations, 18 No. 1 songs, and seven Dove Awards), Rod Fletcher (studio musician and Grand Ole Opry background singer), and Ballet Magnificat, along with full professional orchestral accompaniment. Saviour is created by Greg Nelson and Bob Farrell, arranged by David Hamilton, with choral settings and orchestration written by Ronn Huff.

“This work,” says producer Greg Nelson, “is about God’s passion for His people.” Nelson’s own passion is evident as he talks about Saviour, the modern oratorio he and co-creator Bob Farrell brought through three years of painstaking development. A stunning one-hour long work that fuses classical patterns with contemporary forms. “People ask me how strongly I feel about this project,” he says, “and I’ll tell you honestly: If, God forbid, something were to happen and this is the last thing I ever did, I would be very content with my life and my work.”

The passion – God’s and the project’s participants – is obvious from the outset. The duet between God and Adam is full of ardor, of mutual love, and caring emotions that permeate the work. Songs detail the Fall, the journey to the Promised Land, the desire for a Saviour, the Cross, and the Resurrection, with an ever-present knowledge of human weakness. “It’s a kind of snapshot look at the process whereby God provides, man messes it up, and God comes to rescue him”, says Farrell, “…it happens over and over, and it still happens today.”

Saviour takes us from creation through resurrection, a picture of a loving God pursuing His people. It is a powerful work which dramatically conveys the message of Hope found within its pages. You can learn more about the work via “Saviour” Story.

First Baptist Church is located at 108 Seventh Avenue, South in Downtown Nashville, next to Bridgestone Arena. Visit firstbaptistnashville.org or call 615.664.6000 for additional information. Complimentary parking is available.

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