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"Never-ending Love"

January 24, 2021 | Dr. Bob Long

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10:50 a.m. Traditional Worship
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 10 a.m. Virtual Children’s Sunday School on Zoom
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10:50 a.m. Traditional Worship
>> Watch Live Online Campus
>> Watch Live on Facebook
>> Download Traditional Bulletin
>> Listen Live on a phone by calling 1(855) 662-3700

11 a.m. LifeLight Contemporary Worship
>> Watch Live Online Campus
>> Watch Live on Facebook
>> LifeLight Bulletin

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In Good Times and Bad

What would be your priority if your small business had just been devastated by a Covid-19 shutdown?  If you ask Roopa and Venkata Mosuganti, the answer is obvious. Help others. Their Jai Ho Royale Indian Cuisine restaurant in Tampa, Florida, was like many others in 2020 – on the verge of collapsing because of the coronavirus.  After 10 years in business, they were forced to furlough staff and drain their savings to keep the restaurant afloat.

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Kindness Changed “The Rock’s” Life

Dwayne Johnson is one of the biggest movie stars in the world. His life’s career achievements are nothing short of amazing. Sadly, Dwayne’s life did not start out that well. At an early age, Dwayne’s family fell on hard times; he and his mother were evicted from their home in Hawaii. He was sent to live with his dad in Tennessee, but that fell through. When Bruno Lauer heard that a teenage boy was going to be homeless, he took Dwayne into his small apartment. He gave him a home and stability. It allowed Dwayne to see his potential on the football field. Later, after his brief football career was over, Dwayne was looking to start a new career. With only seven dollars to his name, Dwayne turned back to Bruno Lauer, who once again offered him a home.

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