Sermon – Daniel 1:8-21 – Bob Wade

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A Sermon by Bob Wade titled “Honoring God In A World That Doesn’t” from our “Daniel: Faith Under Fire” series.

Is it possible to have strong convictions that stand in contrast to the world around us and still be able to interact with the world in a way that honors God and draws people toward Him? Daniel’s decisions in Daniel 1 do just that – Bob outlines what we can learn from his example.

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VLOG 2: Wedding Gig in Toledo, Ohio

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This week we took a road trip to Toledo, Ohio! We love being able to travel together, and this trip was especially fun because neither of us have been to Toledo before! Our trip included a school visit, playing piano for a rehearsal dinner and wedding, lots of car time, and some very yummy Korean food. Hope you enjoy our vlog!

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Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield Near Springfield, Mo.

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Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield is the site of the first major Civil War battle fought west of the Mississippi River, pitting Confederate General Sterling Price’s troops against Union soldiers under the command of General Nathanial Lyon. Two hours into the fight, Lyon became the first Union general to be killed in battle during the American Civil War. Produced for the Missouri Division of Tourism by


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One of entertainment’s greatest sons, Frank Sinatra, arrived at his final resting place at a Palm Springs cemetery on Wednesday.

About 400 close family, friends and former colleagues had earlier joined in a touching two hour private funeral service which celebrated his life of show business.

Sinatra died last Thursday of heart failure aged 82.

Hollywood’s brightest stars, including many of the old guard, joined four hundred family and friends to bid farewell to the King of show business.

They packed the Good Shepherd Roman Catholic Church in Beverly Hills to remember and celebrate the life of Frank Sinatra.

Many were overcome with grief.

They watched in silence as Sinatra’s elaborate casket blanketed with gardenias, his favourite flowers, was carried out of the church.

Earlier, during the touching two hour service, Sinatra was remembered as a ‘reckless, rogue, sentimental fella,’ who graced the world with his talent.

Some of the guests wept as they listened to a recording of Sinatra’s ‘Put Your Dreams Away’.

Others felt at peace knowing that Sinatra lives on through his music and in their memories.

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“But inside my heart I felt happy because he will always live on in my heart.”
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Frank Sinatra was revered as being one of a kind, a unique and popular entertainer.

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“He was a great one of kind type of entertainer, that you probably won’t see, certainly won’t see again in the twentieth century.”
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Outside the church thousands of fans lined the streets to get a glimpse of Sinatra’s casket.

Immediately after the funeral service, his widow, Barbara, his three children and other family members accompanied Sinatra’s casket to his final resting place in Palm Springs .

The hearse was accompanied by police motorbikes and cars.

In a small, private burial service he was laid to rest at a family plot in the Desert Memorial Park in Cathedral City.

He was buried alongside his mother, Natalie “Dolly” Sinatra, and father, Anthony Martin Sinatra.

Sinatra died of heart failure last Thursday ending a 60-year career on the stage and screen.

He was 82.

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