The Armor of Light (Online Service) | First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth

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Today’s Service:

  • Message: The Armor of Light
  • Lead Minister: Ashley Smith Ashley, Associate Pastor
  • Assisting:  Rev. Emily Riley Campbell, Senior Minister, Rev. Mark Hovermale, Pastor of Youth & Early Adults, and Darlene Maginley, Director for Children’s Ministry
  • Music provided by Geff Phillips, Upper Room Worship Leader
  • Scripture: Romans 13:8-14 (NIV) and Philippians 2:14-16 (NIV)
  • Sermon Study Questions
  • Parking Lot Service Bulletin

Family Ministry (For children ages K-5):


Today’s flowers were given in memory of our parents, Janet and Warren (Pete) Burt, by Amy and Dave Casai and Pam and David Debono, and in loving memory of our fathers, Fred Anthony and Robert Harris, by Don and Margie Harris.

Service Summary:

Today, in our January sermon series on the subject of light, we are exploring the Armor of Light.  Paul was explaining to the early Christians the importance of surrounding ourselves with the light of God – as protection for ourselves from harm, and as a protection for others as we teach and defend them.  The Armor of God is God’s Word, the Bible, and all that we can learn about being strong Christians by reading it and by practicing what we learn to benefit ourselves and those with whom we come in contact.  When you surround yourself with the Armor of Light every day, you are prepared for battle in the name of Jesus Christ.

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