Triangle Family Church Sunday Service on August 27, 2023
The sermon discusses the speaker's fascination with "Five Minutes with Fathers" and the Battle Hymn of the Republic. They also share personal stories about their son joining the Navy. The speaker reflects on the concept of a catch-22 and the importance of working hard and prioritizing God's love in no-win situations. He also talk about Father's visit to North Korea and the pain and forgiveness involved. The sermon ends on a hopeful note about the potential for peace and unity between North and South Korea.
- The Battle Hymn of the Republic serves as an inspiring and emotional symbol of faith and patriotism, with different versions evoking strong emotions.
- The church's origins in a prison highlight the strength and resilience of the movement, emphasizing the importance of faith and dedication.
- The military connections to the Battle Hymn of the Republic, including its use as a battle cry in the Civil War and its significance to soldiers in World War II, showcase the power of music to inspire and unite.
- The concept of a catch-22, where one is damned if they do and damned if they don't, is explored in the context of no-win situations. The speaker emphasizes the importance of working hard and prioritizing God's love in such situations.
- Father's visit to North Korea and his emotional experience of returning to his hometown demonstrate his commitment to forgiveness and reconciliation, even in the face of personal pain and tragedy.
- The speaker reflects on the potential for peace and unity between North and South Korea, highlighting recent diplomatic efforts and the importance of resolving past conflicts.
- The sermon ends on a hopeful note, with the speaker expressing their commitment to living according to God's will and their belief in a brighter future.
Sunday School: Story based character education - Mother Holly