Watch visiting evangelist from Israel Simon Sabbah give a talk at the Chapel on the evening of May 14, 2023. Simon is an Arab Israeli Christian. He talked about some experiences in his life including sharing Jesus.
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 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 5, 2022 Friday family night service with a focus on Israel again with Ed Dickinson and his family!
This service includes hymn singing, prayer, and the presentation by visiting missionary from Israel Ed Dickinson and his family. He and his family did a skit introducing the issues in the Jewish evangelism. This is our second Friday Family Night about Israel. Also, Ed lead our night’s “Rehearse the Verse” which was psalm 117 in both English and Hebrew!
Listen to “Grandma” Joelee’s “Jerusalem, the Beloved City (pre-millennial)” on
This is one of her more popular Children’s Bible Audios-Stories for Kids:
“This tells the interesting story of a city, Jerusalem, the city where the Lord says He put His name.
It tells the story of Jerusalem from Genesis to Revelation.
Aimed at children about 6-12, but adults may well enjoy it as well. Of course, the Gospel is included.
This is one of only two of my audios that are pre-millennial. I’ve carefully labeled these. Otherwise I’ve tried to avoid any controversial topics, such as end-times, modes of baptism, spiritual gifts, etc. I leave that up to the parents, as I want to get the Bible stories and the Gospel to as many children as possible.” – from her SermonAudio page
These can be just listened to, used for homeschooling, or in other formal instruction. Some kids like to listen to them while they fall asleep.