Beverly Heid tells the story of her illness, with "Because He Lives" as the background music. This is the second in a series of devotional videos featuring Beverly Carmichael Heid. In this video, Bev shares some of the ways she copes with serious illness, finding hope and God's presence in fascinating places.
Beverly, affectionately known as Bev to her friends, is a self-taught pianist who learned to play to bring cheer, hope, and reminders of God's presence at times of personal illness. She developed quite a list of songs, and has shared her piano playing with persons who find a similar sense of peace from listening to her hymns of faith.
Bev also contributes her music to DisciplesNet Church, an online church especially created to connect with people not able to attend a traditional church, or wishing to connect with the reassuring videos and other resources that are available 24/7. Bev's music is featured on DisciplesNet in many worships, and in special longer videos of her songs.
On this video we share a special quartet of Susan Blosser (soprano), Leah Trigg (alto and music director), Dan Blosser (tenor) and Dean Phelps (bass) from Southport Christian Church, Indianapolis, sharing in the 19th century spiritual, "Down to the River to Pray." This was recorded on January 6, 2013 on the special occasion of the last Sunday morning worship where Dean was able to sing as part of the quartet before moving to Oklahoma in January 2012.
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Worship #92 has an inspiring message from Rev. Bob Shaw, looking at Ezekiel and Jesus, who have the common problem of being discounted among their own people. Rev. Shaw's message ends with a message of challenge and affirmation for all who experience such times.
Welcome to DisciplesNet Worship! This week Rev. Russ Smith looks at the story of David and Goliath in his message, "Giant Trouble." Blanche Edwards gives our pastor's prayer, and Audrey Borschel and Russ Smith bring the communion meditation.
We have included some hymn favorites, including "Little is Much," sung by Dean Phelps, "How Great Thou Art" sung by Phoebe Spier, and "Be Thou My Vision" and "In Remembrance of Me" by our congregational singers.