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JMPC Sunshine 11.20.2020

Several of the United States Presidents have given what we would call “Farewell Addresses”. Each one generally described what happened during the President’s term of office and included warnings about dangers that the country faced. The most famous farewell address was given by our first President, George Washington. Washington had a good bit of history to recount but also warned American citizens to view themselves as a cohesive unit and avoid political parties. His was so powerful and memorable that the next President to give ne was Andrew Jackson. Jackson recounted the growth of the Union and the flourishing of the country. but warned of the growing dangers of sectionalism and of a shadowy “money power,” represented by banks and corporations, that threatened the liberties of ordinary citizens. After Old Hickory, it wasn’t until Harry Truman that we saw the next one. Dwight Eisenhower gave perhaps the second most famous address where he warned of the “military industrial complex”. George W. Bush opened his farewell address by calling the election of his successor, Barack Obama, “a moment of hope and pride for our whole nation.” Farewell addresses are nothing new. There are even Biblical examples. Moses gave one. We call it the book of Deuteronomy. But perhaps the most famous Biblical farewell address (at least in the Old Testament) was given by Joshua. It, like the ones listed above, was full of history and included warnings about the future. It, like those listed above, was intended to inspire to greater things. So, what was it Joshua said? Does it speak to us today? Come and hear about it this week in the parking lot or on Facebook at John McMillan Presbyterian Church when Pastor Jeff preaches, “Whom Do We Serve?” We will look forward to seeing you (virtually) then.



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Jan 5, 2020
True North
True North - Jeff Tindall - 1.5.2020
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  • Jan 5, 2020True North
    Jan 5, 2020
    True North
    True North - Jeff Tindall - 1.5.2020
  • Dec 29, 2019Now What?
    Dec 29, 2019
    Now What?
    "Now What?" - 12.29.19 - Matt Fricker
  • Dec 15, 2019The Song of Angels
    Dec 15, 2019
    The Song of Angels
    "The Song of Angels" - 12.15.19 - Jeff Tindall
  • Dec 8, 2019The Song of Zachariah
    Dec 8, 2019
    The Song of Zachariah
    "The Song of Zachariah" - 12.8.19 - Jeff Tindall
  • Nov 24, 2019Don’t Worry Be Grateful
    Nov 24, 2019
    Don’t Worry Be Grateful
    "Don't Worry Be Grateful" - 11.24.19 - Jeff Tindall
  • Nov 17, 2019Mind Your Manners
    Nov 17, 2019
    Mind Your Manners
    "Mind Your Manners" - 11.17.19 - Matt Fricker
  • Nov 10, 2019An Attitude of Gratitude
    Nov 10, 2019
    An Attitude of Gratitude
    "An Attitude of Gratitude" - 11.10.19 -  Jeff Tindall
  • Oct 27, 2019God Does Not Want Our Money, but God Does Want Us to be a Church
    Oct 27, 2019
    God Does Not Want Our Money, but God Does Want Us to be a Church
    "God Does Not Want Our Money, but God Does Want Us to be a Church" - 10.27.19 - Jeff Tindall
  • Oct 20, 2019God Doesn’t Need Your Money, but God Calls You to Ministry
    Oct 20, 2019
    God Doesn’t Need Your Money, but God Calls You to Ministry
    "God Doesn't Need Your Money, but God Calls You to Ministry" - 10.20.19 - Jeff Tindall
  • Oct 13, 2019We’re on a Mission from God
    Oct 13, 2019
    We’re on a Mission from God
    "We're on a Mission from God" - 10.13.19 -  Matt Fricker