Also on Rumble – Watch our August 28, 2022 Worship service. It includes prayers, singing, announcements, special music by “The Believers” – “I Will Sing Praise”, and a sermon by Dr. Sohrab Ramtin from the temptation of Jesus (Luke 4:1-13).
Watch our August 26, 2022 Friday family night service with a focus Thailand by missionary Ron Myers.
This service includes hymn singing, prayer, and the presentation by Thailand by missionary Ron Myers. He discussed his ministry there, Buddhism, evangelism, and the importance of grounding the gospel in creation (God the creator) for Buddhists.
Read more on Ron Myers creation evangelism for Buddhists HERE
Watch our August 28, 2022 Worship service. It includes prayers, singing, announcements, special music by “The Believers” – “I Will Sing Praise”, and a sermon by Dr. Sohrab Ramtin from the temptation of Jesus (Luke 4:1-13).
Sohrab Ramtin taught on the first temptation of Jesus. First, he read Luke 4:1-13. He gave a review of the multiple testimonies regarding Jesus in the previous chapters of Luke. He said the question was, “can he save sinners from sin? Can Jesus conquer the devil? Yes!
Sohrab compared and contrasted Adam and Jesus in their temptations. He gave applications including, deception only works if it has a measure of truth. He concluded with a call to trust in Jesus for salvation.
Watch our August 28 , 2022 adult Sunday school class taught by Tom Cantor (Matthew 25:1-13, Parable of the Ten Virgins).
Tom Cantor started by reading Matthew 25:1-13 and giving a review of the setting. Tom next gave a description of the Jewish setting. He then described what parables are like and how they work.
Tom then spoke on the Parable of the Ten Virgins and gave practical application. He connected it with Luke 13:14, Matthew 7:22-23, and the parable of Lazarus. One application he gave was, “Develop what is not seen – trust and obey.
He also emphasized the importance of turning to the Lord now while there is time to be saved. One person listening to it summarized it as, “Get right or get left.”
Also on Rumble – Watch our August 21, 2022 Worship service. It includes prayers, singing, announcements, special music and a sermon by Tom Cantor from Ezra chapter 3.
The Chapel emphasizes the Lord Jesus Christ through Missions, Prayer, and the Word of God.
Mission Valley Community Chapel a small multigenerational Bible believing Christian church, an Open Plymouth Brethren (Christian Brethren) assembly. All leadership is volunteer, enabling the majority of our giving to go to evangelists and missionaries worldwide. There are opportunities to serve for those interested in participating, including outreach, hospitality, and music.
Watch our August 21, 2022 Worship service. It includes prayers, singing, announcements, special music and a sermon by Tom Cantor from Ezra 3. Pat did the special music playing “How great thou art“ on a mini tuba.
Tom taught on Ezra 3. First, he did a review comparing the first chapter with Romans 11. He also connected Ezra 2 with revelation 21:27. He then connected with Ezra 3:1 with Psalm 133.
Tom made the point “Begin with God!” He brought examples from his life including his Scantibodies facility in Ethiopia and his experience of antisemitism in a Swiss boarding school during the Six Day war.
Tom then connected Ezra 2:2 with Hebrews 10:19. From 2:4, he made the point “Have a tabernacle life.” He also made the point to “Meet God in the morning” and reference to him “This world is not my home…”
Watch our August 21, 2022 adult Sunday school class taught by Tom Cantor (Matthew 24:45-51).
Tom taught on the parable of the faithful servant in the wicked servant. He broke it down into four parts and gave application.
Watch our August 19, 2022 Friday family night service with a focus on Spain by Caleb.
This service includes hymn singing, prayer, “rehearse the verse” and the presentation by Caleb on Spain.
Watch our August 14, 2022 Worship service. It includes prayers, singing, announcements, special music and a sermon by Sam Burton, “I am the alpha and the omega.“
The guy who does our recording wasn’t here this Sunday, but here is the Facebook live stream. You do not need to sign into Facebook to watch it.
Retired missionary Sam Burton gave his last sermon in the “I am“ series. First, Tom P. Read Revelation 1:8–11. Sam also gave other 4 passages where is the saying, “I am the alpha and omega“ was he is. He compared the Revelation 1:8-11 passage with Genesis 17:1. He also brought up different names of God.
Sam then went on to compare revelation 22:7 with John 4:13–14. He also addressed 22:12–13 regarding rewards. He then connected these passages to “Jesus is the author and finisher of our faith.“
He then concluded with a call to pray this passage and give thanks and that “Jesus is the perfect example.“
Watch our August 7, 2022 Worship/Communion service (Ezra 1). It includes prayers, singing, announcements, special music and a sermon by Tom Cantor from Ezra 1.
Tom Cantor started a new series giving a sermon on Ezra 1. He gave the theme, “Doing the will of God will be met with great opposition.” He pointed out that only a small number of jews return to build the temple.
Tom also gave background about Babylon‘s treatment of Israel (Psalm 137). Next, he pthe prophecies of the prophet Jeremiah about their return (Jeremiah 25:12).
He noted king Cyrus‘s respect for Jehovah and connected this to the importance of us understanding that Jesus is Jehovah, Jesus is God (exodus 3:13–15; John 8:59–9; Deuteronomy 6:4).
Tom then pointed out that Cyrus was fulfilling prophecy (Isaiah 44:28) by having the Jews return. He then gave the application that like Cyrus, we need to ask God what he wants us to do.
Tom gave the application that Cyrus is called for Israel to return his like gods call to the Jews today. God calls to the Jewish people, and all of us, to turn to him and believe in him. But like Cyrus, he doesn’t force anyone to. Tom connected this message with our missionary giving calling are giving box our “Cyrus box.” He also gave a critique of Calvinism and its TULIP theology on limiting God’s desire and call for all to be saved.
He concluded with an application of Ezra 1:3 that we may all go up and go higher in following the Lord.