Love Story 50 Years in the Making

True love can stand the tests of time and illness.

Meet Bill and Glad Forward, a couple you won’t soon forget. Glad has advanced Alzheimer’s, and the love Bill shows to his precious bride of 50 years is beautiful. “I count it a great privilege to care for this woman I’ve loved all these years,” Bill explains in this touching video.  “She has done so much for me over these years. Now she can’t, but I can.”

It’s a love so sincere and so humble it’s almost impossible to watch without tearing up. I hope Bill and Glad’s story inspires you today.



A Letter From Dad

A letter from a father to his special needs son.

 



Farewell to Rev. Thomas John

Here is the video of the Service & Farewell Function to Rev. Thomas John on June 9, 2013.



Rev. Larry Varghese – Sermon – 5/19/2013

Here’s the sermon from our vicar Rev. Larry Varghese on May 19, 2013.



Jacob Chen – An Adoption Story

Drawing on Gospel parallels and the extent of God’s pursuit, this film follows one couple as they meet their newly adopted son for the first time.



Rev Larry Varghese Welcome Meeting

Here are some pictures from the Service and Welcome Meeting for Rev. Larry Varghese – our first full time vicar.

 



Kids Helping Kids – Sunday School Project

The Horeb Mar Thoma Church Sunday school in coordination with the teachers and parents participated in the dioceses project towards helping poor and needy children. Thank you each and everyone for your prayers and generosity on behalf of the kids.



Easter 2013

Sunday School Kids Song:

Choir Song:

Easterfest:



Bullseye

A short film for Easter, part of a filmmaking project to create excellent narrative films for use in sermons, classes, small groups and family devotionals.

 



When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

 

“You may turn away from the cross of Christ, but wherever you turn you will find ‘no more sacrifice for sin.’  Behold, then, this ‘Lamb of God, which taketh away the sins of the world!’ . . . Other efforts of his power and love you may have resisted; but there remains this highest, this last — the love and power of the cross.  This is the last remaining barrier in your path to perdition.  Heaven’s tenderest mercy is even now beseeching you to stop at the cross of its bleeding Son.  Ho, all ye that pass by, stop and kneel at the cross!”

Gardiner Spring, The Attraction of the Cross (Edinburgh, 1982), page 343.