Pastor Jackson sees this passage in John 2: 1-11 in a different light. Jesus has reserved our greatest blessing for us that are yet to come.
Today was an “out of the box” worship service for Wainwright Baptist Church. We held our worship in Sam Michaels Park to celebrate our 40th Homecoming Service. This was our first time ever holding our Sunday Worship Service away from the church building. Today I was actually able to include a selection from our Mass Choir since the selection recorded was not a copyrighted CD. In the sermon Rev. Jackson referenced the story of Joseph and his brothers, the Prodigal Son, and Jesus in the Temple at twelve years old.
Pastor Jackson examines Lamentations 3:22-25 which talks of the Mercy of God.
From I Kings 18:22-39, Pastor Jackson explores the way that God’s “shows up and shows out” to prove to mankind He is the Lord.
Have you ever stop to think of the Beatitudes as the believer’s Bill of Rights? (Matthew 5:1-12) Sermon By: Rev. Walter A. Jackson, III
On this Sunday Pastor Walter A. Jackson, III is preaching at the church of his youth and family roots; the Nineteenth Street Baptist Church in Washington, D. C. Nineteenth street Baptist Church was organize in 1839 and is the oldest African American Baptist Church in Washington, D. C. This was his first time preaching there in ten years. This is also the anniversary month of his baptism July 7, 1957 (59 years ago) and the anniversary month of his ordination July 7, 1973 (43) years ago. His sermon scripture was I Samuel 16:1-13
Pastor Walter Jackson III takes a look at Isaiah 40:26-31 in light of what it looks like to wait on the Lord.
Pastor Walter Jackson looks at what God does for us and in us as He brings us out of our wilderness experiences as he examines the inauguration of Jesus Great Galilean Ministry
Sermon By: Rev. Walter A. Jackson, III Scripture: 2 Corinthians 12:1-9
Pastor Jackson examines Psalm 23 from the perspective of fathering, mentoring and nurturing.