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Episode 127: Faith at Work

October 29, 2021

When a person turns their faith from passive words into real action, one can see God working in their life much better. This is especially true for the blind man who called out to Jesus as he passed by and would not be silenced by the crowd. In today's episode, Rev. Emily Penfield shows us the workings of an active faith.

Scripture: Mark 10: 46-53

Worship Leader/Sermon: Rev. Emily Freeman Penfield
Organist/Pianist: Andy Plummer
Choir: Lisa Russell Lowe, Clara Russell, Tommy Russell, Jr., John Somerset, Jane Somerset, Tina Hendrickson

 

Songs:

"Prelude in Classic Style" (1966) by Gordon Young

"Come Christians, Join Us to Sing" (1943) by Christian Henry Bateman

"O A Thousand Tongues to Sing" (1739) by Charles Wesley

"Trust in the Lord" (2012) by Cindy Berry

"Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior" (1868) by Fanny Crosby

"More Love to Thee" (1869) by Elizabeth Prentiss, new arrangement by Parks

"Be Thou My Vision" (1905) by Mary E. Byrne

"Trumpet Recessional" by Kihlken

 

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