March 30th, 2013 – Sermon on “Making the Transition Count” by Frank Camarillo

Frank Camarillo’s sermon on “Making the Transition Count” included examples of transitions in life and quickly focused on transitions the church body faces. Frank challenged older believers to actively turn over their responsibilities to younger people and called  on the younger people to seek a double portion as in Elisha and Elijah.

Frank used the following scriptures: 2 Kings 2:1-5, Zach. 8:4-5, 2 Kings 13:21

The audio of this sermon is currently unavailable.

Frank Camarillo is a member of the Conroe Church of God 7th Day and serves on the church Board. He contributes sermons from time to time.

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One Response to “March 30th, 2013 – Sermon on “Making the Transition Count” by Frank Camarillo”

  1. Gladys McCoy says:

    It was so good to have you and Anna with us Sabbath. Your sermon was a challenge to all of us. . . the young and the old. As you noted, there must be a proper balance, as well as patience, love and respect for one another. We cannot become too assertive because we truly need each other to guide, direct and counsel those in our congregation. The District churches are reaping the benefits of having you there to encourage them, but we miss your smiling faces here. May you gain many blessings as you serve Him! Gladys McCoy

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