Husbands, Understand and Honor Your Wife (1 Peter 3) – David Butterbaugh



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1 Peter 3:7 Likewise, husbands, live with your wives in an understanding way, showing honor to the woman as the weaker vessel, since they are heirs with you of the grace of life, so that your prayers may not be hindered.

Grace Community Church
San Antonio, Texas

A Mother’s Day idea to honor moms in your church service



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Last year for Mother’s Day we decided to interview a bunch of kids and write a song around the things they said. We showed the video in service, then we performed the song live. The finished product turned out better than I had hoped, and our people really seemed to enjoy it.

I need to say up front that this was not an original idea. We borrowed it from Church on the Move in Tulsa (entitled “I Love Moms Or Something”), and they borrowed it from Flight of the Conchords (entitled “Feel Inside And Stuff Like That”). But once we started interviewing the kids in our church, the whole thing took on a life of its own.

Here’s a link to a blog I wrote describing the entire creative process from start to finish.

35th Annual Night to Honor Israel



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On Sunday, October 30, 2016, John Hagee Ministries (JHM) held its 35th annual Night to Honor Israel at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio. Christians United for Israel founder and Chairman Pastor John Hagee and Amb. John Bolton served as the event’s keynote speakers.

At the event’s conclusion, JHM distributed more than $2 million in donations to Israeli and Jewish charities. Since holding its first Night to Honor Israel in 1981, JHM has donated more than $98 million to Israeli and Jewish charities.

JHM.org

Country Stars Honor Las Vegas Mass Shooting Victims With Moving Grammy Tribute



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Country music stars came together at the Grammys to give an emotional tribute ot the victims of the Route 91 Music Festival mass shooting in Las Vegas. Eric Church, Maren Morris and the Brothers Osborne gave a somber performance of Eric Clapton’s 1992 hit, “Tears in Heaven.” 58 people were killed when a gunman opened fire on the crowd from the window of his hotel room during the festival.

Pastor Charles Jenkins and Fellowship Chicago Honor MLK | “Can’t Turn Back”



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Honoring MLK, Pastor Charles Jenkins performs his new single, “Can’t Turn Back,” with his fellowship Chicago choir!

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Law enforcement, public honor El Paso Co. Deputy Micah Flick during funeral service



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Law enforcement officers from across the state joined the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office, the Colorado Springs Police Department as well as family, friends and members of the public during a funeral service at New Life Church, to honor the life of the slain deputy.

Church bells ring 59 times in Indianapolis church to honor Las Vegas concert mass shooting victims



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The Christ Church Cathedral in Indianapolis rings its bells 59 times Tuesday, once for each victim of Monday morning’s mass shooting in Las Vegas. At least 527 people were hurt in the gunfire. The gunman, identified as 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, was found dead by police in the 32nd floor of a hotel.