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Perhaps no single person in history is more famous for his suffering than the Old Testament character Job. This Sunday Pastor David shares his message, "Faith in Pain: The Great Affirmation" based on Job 19:13-26. The Scripture is enacted by Dave Zochert.
Added: 1719 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 1321.92
Views: 1489
Rev. Dave Wilkinson preaches "The Gift We Don't Deserve" based on Isaiah 64:1-9. Isaiah makes an anguished cry or plea to God to make His presence felt among His people. As we begin Advent we anticipate the presence of the One who can save us, because, as Isaiah declares, we are helpless to save ourselves. Music by the Sanctuary Choir.
Added: 1759 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 1416.11
Views: 1483
At our Saturday night worship, the Dukes share a Sports Extra on soccer.
Added: 2828 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 394.76
Views: 1474
Pastor David says that he's a pizza lover. But there's more than one kind of pizza lover -- or for that matter, music lover, sports lover...or worship lover. Which kind are you?
Added: 1724 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 1325.96
Views: 1468
This morning we climb into the experience of the prodigal son as we explore one of Jesus' most beloved parables. Pastor David shares his message, "Can You Hear the Sandals Slapping?" based on Luke 15:11-24. Special music by the Sanctuary Choir
Added: 1621 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 1469.67
Views: 1467
Our KenyaHELP program and 2009 mission trip are highlighted in this First News produced by Ted Johnsen.
Added: 2559 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 120.65
Views: 1465
By tradition and by instinct, we want to be at home during special holidays. Ironically, almost none of the characters in the original Christmas story were at home that night. Still, the occasion really is all about home. This Sunday, Pastor David shares his sermon titled, "What Did The Angels Sing: No Place Like Home for the Holidays" and is based on Luke 2:1-7.
Added: 1754 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 1493.56
Views: 1460
Kristal Bells play "Seek Ye First" in worship.
Added: 2677 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 186.19
Views: 1459
Theme: "A Suitable Place to Live and Work" Scripture: Deuteronomy 23:9-14 Here is a passage of Scripture that you probably haven't heard read in church or preached on before. Yet Pastor David identifies it as one of his core Scriptures for understanding and defining his work as a minister. Let us consider together what it means for us as a church. Special music by Zephyr Ciesar and Patrick Marchant with Ellen Hanchek accompanying.
Added: 1443 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 1549.35
Views: 1459
Ron Vinger talks about the Walk to Emmaus -- A Transforming Experience of Christian Community.
Added: 2965 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 593.60
Views: 1455
A children's musical by the M4M kids under the direction of Donna Wilkinson.
Added: 1594 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 3135.00
Views: 1451
Comissioning of Lituania Mission Team at Combined Service at Jackson Square Park August 1, 2010. First UMC Green Bay, WI.
Added: 2251 days ago by bcantrall
Runtime: 198.00
Views: 1449
The Placekicker's Principle He is not the highest paid player. He is not the one most sought after for autographs. Yet time and again, he is the one who wins the game for the team. He is the placekicker, and he is our patron saint this Sunday.
Added: 1502 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 1474.47
Views: 1447
Some of the most stirring and disturbing words in Scripture are found in Job's tortured laments. He wishes he were dead. Indeed, he wishes he had never even been born. What is the gospel in the midst of such existential pain? This Sunday Pastor David will share his message, "Faith in Pain: The Great Savior" based on Job 30:16-31 and Job 3. Special music by the Joyful Voices Choir.
Added: 1705 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 1545.28
Views: 1443
This video, produced by Irene Kelly with help from Bruce Cantrall, shows the long tradition of the Good Will Place Pantry in serving the needs of our downtown community. This video was shown in worship on June 7, 2009.
Added: 2657 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 261.93
Views: 1439
How good does it feel to be forgiven? This is the embrace of the grace that is greater than all our sins. Pastor David continues the three-part sermon series on God's Amazing Grace with his message, "The Grace That is Greater" based on Psalm 51, Psalm 103, Ephesians 2:1-10. Special music by the Bell Choir.
Added: 1579 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 1625.29
Views: 1419
This inspirational video clip was used as part of the Fresh Bread message "Jesus: The Real Deal" on September 12, 2010 kicking off the series "Real Life, Real People, Real Faith."
Added: 2209 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 122.22
Views: 1418
Lots of youth groups hold car washes, but some ‘tween volunteers add a new twist … providing VIP treatment for residents of assisted-living facilities. Reed Galin reports for UMTV.
Added: 2529 days ago by UMTV
Runtime: 121.00
Views: 1413
A service of prayer, scripture, and song included a Good Friday message by Rev. Paul Johnsen.
Added: 2730 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 790.59
Views: 1394
Taking a Timeout Whether it is half-time, between periods, or the seventh inning stretch, we all need rest. Way back when, God said, "On the seventh day thou shalt rest." The meaning behind it was simple: Take a break. Call a timeout. Find some balance. Recharge. Rev. Dave Wilkinson will help us take a Time Out to focus on Sabbath rest. Special music by Kathy Nelson and Ellen Hanchek.
Added: 1509 days ago by Videos@First
Runtime: 1731.16
Views: 1394
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