Clip of the Week
With excitement, we introduce the “CSHC clip of the week”. We pray a regular reminder of a special sermon, service, or singing from our archives of Campmeetings, Feast Meetings, or special services will bless you.
Just click on an icon/clip below to see a more detailed introduction and then click on the link in the text to listen/watch.
Isaiah 26:3 reminds us of the blessings available by keeping our hearts and minds stayed on Him: “Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.”
Please enjoy Bro. Leon Stewart from the 1991 Atlanta Feast Meeting as he shares “Passing the Torch (The Race)”. “Know ye not that they which run in a race run […]
Brother Joe brings to us an exemplary message on the kingdom Of God and the work of His Spirit, and the necessity of Christ. Brother Joe’s love for the Word, and the truth it speaks is evident in the passion of his preaching.
For this week, please listen as Bro. George shares his passion for the Word and points out Christ as the Savior of the world from multiple passages from the Old and New Testament.
Reading from Galatians 1, Bro. Harry reveals that it takes the Gospel of Christ, which is not another, to deliver us from this evil world. One Lord, one faith, one baptism.
This week we highlight Bro. Thomas’ “Search and Rescue” message. With all the urgency men seek to save a man lost at sea, the Gospel seeks to save those lost in sin. As we endeavor to resume publishing weekly and our crowds emerge from COVID, we pray for a zeal to preach the Word whether it be in season or out of season.
On Sunday night of campmeeting 2019, Bro. Jeff tells us that God has decreed that sin rules over man; it is our default condition. Recognizing the condition of our birth, and the certain judgement, demands a response that determines our soul’s abode.
This week we’d like to call you attention to a Special Meeting held in Jemison, Alabama this past weekend. Bro. Jay shares the product of his “Wrestling with God”, reminding us these times uniquely reveal a precipice of life and death for us and the church. “Let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall”.