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Resurrection Sunday Children’s Activities
Posted on April 5th, 2018


We continued our Passover Celebration on Sunday at Rayen Resort. The children gathered at a “door” at the entrance to the property, and each of them got to paint the doorposts with hyssop and blood (red food dye). Ben Bradley… (more)

Pentecost — From Disciples To Living Epistles
Posted on June 17th, 2016


Last Sunday we were blessed to have Dani and Debbie Oliveira, pastors of Hale O Nā Kāula Church, in our service. Debbie helped lead us in worship and Dani ministered a Word. Here is a video of that Word. The… (more)

Our Door to the Father
Posted on January 17th, 2014


“Our Door To The Father”, by Matt Walkoe, was spoken November 3, 2013, at Church of the Living Word.

Jesus taught His disciples to pray, “Our Father who art in heaven…” The first step in prayer is to enter the secret place of His presence. Christ is the door to the Father’s presence. When we walk through the door…(more)

It is Not Good for God to be Alone
Posted on January 15th, 2014


“It is Not Good for God to be Alone”, by Matt Walkoe, was spoken June 16, 2013, at Church of the Living Word.

Have you ever thought that it’s not good for God to be alone? We have a loneliness that can only be filled by a relationship with Him. In the same way, the Father has an emptiness that can only be filled by a relationship with the sons He created…(more)

Tabernacles Campout Weekend – Friday, September 21 through Sunday, September 23, 2012
Posted on November 24th, 2012


As part of our celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles, we have a special weekend of camping and fellowship at our Rayen Street Resort property. Here is a quick look at some of the highlights of this amazing time of worship, play, and study together.

Sunday Service – February 14, 2010 – Matt Walkoe
Posted on February 20th, 2010


This video message by Matt Walkoe was spoken on Sunday, February 14, 2010, at Church of the Living Word. We are in a period of transition between the church age and the Kingdom. Having tasted of the good things to come, we cannot settle for anything less.