Airborne Artillery Memorial Congregation, Fort Bragg, NC Video December 9, 2019, 2:31am

Videos by Airborne Artillery Memorial Congregation in Fort Bragg. Welcome to the official Fort Bragg Airborne Artillery Memorial Congregation (AAMC) page where you will find information focused on spiritual well-being.

Second Sunday of Advent
8 December 2019 🕯🙏❤️✝️
Chaplain Alterman invited the Staggers Family to light our candle of FAITH. Doing the right thing is hard, and we often fail at it, and sin. How do we know our sins are forgiven? That's why God sent Jesus into the world, alive, breathing human like us. Someone who could touch us and that we could touch. All our FAITH starts from Him, in that humble beginning. When we look at these candles, and the light they give, remember that we didn't deserve grace from God, but He gives it to us anyway, just because of FAITH. Christ's advent brings the FAITH that makes us righteous.

Other Airborne Artillery Memorial Congregation videos

Yesterday CH Phil dropped a teaser on us with the announcement of something big coming our way. Today, CH Daniel ends the suspense and shares with us some exciting news! Check out the video below!

Mid-week check-in from CH Phil! How’s everyone doing this week? Share with us how you’re feeling or what you’re up to below in the comments through a GIF! (If you click “comment” on this post, you can then click “GIF”.)

It Is Well With My Soul
Our Closing Hymn Today. 🙏❤️✝️ When peace like a river attendeth my way, When sorrows like sea billows roll; Whatever my lot Thou hast taught me to say, “It is well, it is well with my soul!” It is well with my soul! It is well, it is well with my soul! 2 Though Satan should buffet, though trials should come, Let this blest assurance control, That Christ hath regarded my helpless estate, And hath shed His own blood for my soul. 3 My sin—oh, the bliss of this glorious thought— My sin, not in part, but the whole, Is nailed to His Cross, and I bear it no more; Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, O my soul! 4 For me, be it Christ, be it Christ hence to live; If dark hours about me shall roll, No pang shall be mine, for in death as in life Thou wilt whisper Thy peace to my soul. https://www.hymnal.net/en/hymn/h/341

Fourth Sunday of Advent 22 December 2019 🙏❤️✝️ Mrs. Edith Fulton presented advent reading and Mr. Mike Fulton lit our candles 🕯 of PEACE and CHRIST. ** Today, we light 💡 the candle of peace. Jesus came to the world 🌎 to give us peace in our hearts. A peace we can share with everyone around us. Peace is something we actually work for in our relationships with other people. When we look at the light these candles give, let’s think about the people in our own lives. We need someone to be happy or sad with or even someone. We can share our peace as we wait forJesus. Christ’s advent brings peace between God and mankind. ** Today, we also light the candle of Christ. The word advent means arrival or appearance - something coming that wasn’t here before. The coming of Jesus was something new and powerful. The story that begins in a stable continues on the cross to the grave and to Christ arriving in our hearts as we celebrate His victory within us. Today, we light the candle of Christ. Let us remember Christ’s advent brings peace between God and mankind.

I wanted to share all the short clips of Camp Rockfish but I won’t be able to get them on one post so here goes. This young man was so energetic, you could really tell that he loves doing this he was our tour conductor for the hay ride and while I didn’t record it all you’ll see the love and passion he brings. I almost forgot he even did little red wagon it almost felt like I was on a short run down Ardennes.

Third Sunday of Advent 15 December 2019 🕯🙏❤️✝️ Chaplain Rittermeyer invited Bro Kerr to present advent reading and Bro Stallworth to light our candle of JOY. In the middle of all the holiday craziness, when we’re trying to clean house before company comes, or worrying about how we’re going to pay for everything we maybe shouldn’t have bought, sometimes we lose our Joy. When we look at these candles, and the light they give, picture the pure Joy. He receives us into His kingdom and wipes every tear from our eyes. That’s the gift God wants to give us. Love, and hope, and Joy, as we wait for Jesus to return. Christ’s advent brings the unimaginable JOY of salvation. Today we light the candle of Joy.

Chaplain Hamilton enjoys singing 🎶 🎤 Christmas Carols during last Friday’s Date Night Bible Study. 😃❤️

Looking for a re-cap of our AAMC upcoming events/announcements; if so, here you go. 😃👍🗣

Second Sunday of Advent 8 December 2019 🕯🙏❤️✝️ Chaplain Alterman invited the Staggers Family to light our candle of FAITH. Doing the right thing is hard, and we often fail at it, and sin. How do we know our sins are forgiven? That's why God sent Jesus into the world, alive, breathing human like us. Someone who could touch us and that we could touch. All our FAITH starts from Him, in that humble beginning. When we look at these candles, and the light they give, remember that we didn't deserve grace from God, but He gives it to us anyway, just because of FAITH. Christ's advent brings the FAITH that makes us righteous.

Special thanks to Mrs. Wendy Frazier for starting our Monday morning off with this uplifting post about yesterday’s Nursing Home Ministry - Christmas Program. 🤗🎶❤️✝️ December 1, 2019 / 2:30 pm Whispering Pines Nursing Home Worship Service Sermon: Brother Robert Edmondson Children’s Church Leader: Chaplain Chang Kim Musician: Mrs. Hyun Becky Kim Today’s service promised to be short and full of singing, but the Lord worked in mysterious ways and led Bro Edmondson to deliver a message on “Staying Prayed Up.” It is important to stay prayed up, because no man knows the day or the hour that his/her earthly journey will come to an end. - AAMC Children’s Church came out and sang a beautiful Christmas hymn medley led by Chaplain Kim. The whole experience was an all around blessing as children and nursing home residents shared the love of Jesus in their interactions. - We are most grateful to everyone who participated in renewing spirits of ALL present today.

Children’s Church December 1, 2019 Opening prayer/Instructor Chaplain Kim Musician Mrs.Kim Songs: Give Thanks Jesus loves me this I know Joy to the world We wish you a Merry Christmas Question: What does Christmas stand for? Kids: The birth of Jesus Question: what is the reason we celebrate the birth of Jesus Kids: Jesus is the promised one Questions: Why is Jesus the promised one what’s the big deal Kids: Because he died on the cross to save us from our sins. Jesus’s was born, died on the cross to forgive us our sins so that we may not die but live on. Because if we continue to sin we will die. Crafts: post cards and letters to be given out. Caroling today at 14:20/2:20pm Whispering Pines Nursing Home 523 Country Club Drive Fayetteville NC

ALL are cordially invited to join us for 11A Worship Service. Nursery for 0-4 years of age and Children’s Church for 5-17 years of age are available. 🙏❤️✝️

And the children lifted their voices and made a joyful noise unto God. 🎶👏❤️✝️

Good morning ☀️ Church Family and Friends, What better way to prepare for Worship Service this morning than to celebrate the beauty of our children learning about Jesus as Chaplain Kim teaches at our outreach event Friday evening. ALL are welcome to join us for Chapel Service at 11A. Nursery and Children’s Church are available.👏🥰✝️

Chaplain Luke Sprinkle leads our Chapel Family in beautiful Worship and praise music. 🎶👏❤️✝️ "Good Good Father" (Written by Pat Barrett and Tony Brown) Chorus: You're a Good, Good Father It's who you are, it's who you are, it's who you are And I'm loved by you It's who I am, it's who I am, it's who I am

Good Monday morning ☀️! Great way to start the day listening to our children’s church (ages six and up) led by Chaplain and Sister Kim on the piano 🎹 🎶 singing praises to God. Thanks to Sister Janet Wilson Sanders for the video clip and pics. ❤️✝️

Here’s the song followed brief comments

What a wonderful treat to have Sis Cheryl Weniger Shellman back leading our worship and praise music 🎶 last Sunday singing one of our favorite hymns - I’ll Fly Away.

Chaplain Mike Shellman baptizing Brother Mike and Sister Edith Fulton on Sunday, 1 September 2019. 📖👏🙏❤️✝️

Chaplain Tim Bowser presided over Baby Daniel’s beautiful Christening/Dedication Ceremony with his mother, Sis Stefania, and grandmother, Sis Faye, during yesterday’s Sunday morning worship service (7/7/2019). - “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.” ‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭22:6‬ ‭ESV‬‬

Sister Jackie sang beautifully and blessed us with a solo of “Oh, How I Love Jesus” during our nursing home worship service this afternoon. To God be the glory! 🎶👏❤️✝️

6/23/2019 Special thanks to Chaplain Claire Cvetkovski for sharing this beautiful video clip of Chaplain Mike Shellman, Departing (PCS Move) AAMC Senior Chaplain, transferring the Stole to Chaplain Phil Rittermeyer, Incoming Senior AAMC Chaplain. Changing of the Stole ceremony symbolizes the transference of spiritual leadership and responsibility from one chaplain to the other. “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go."” ‭‭Joshua‬ ‭1:9‬ ‭ESV‬‬ https://www.bible.com/59/jos.1.9.esv

“But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.” Matthew‬ ‭6:33‬ ‭KJV‬‬ https://www.bible.com/1/mat.6.33.kjv

Last week this time, we were praising and worshiping God in 🎶 song at our Spring Retreat 💞. Singing 🎤 one of our favorites: I'll fly away, oh glory I'll fly away in the morning When I die, Hallelujah by and by I'll fly away…

Children’s Church Easter Program closing song, “Mansion Over The Hilltop.” 🎶❤️✝️

Join us for our Wednesday in the Word Bible Study 📖 this evening @ 6P. Last week Chaplain Glenn’s study area was “Life Trials” focused on James 1:1-11 (1 Peter 1:7 & Hebrews 12:2). Takeaways: - Growing spiritually involves trials that mature us in our faith. We embrace our joy in Christ as we endure trials. - Before we endure trials, they have to pass through the hands of Jesus. What a comfort!!

Last night, Chaplain Glenn led us in prayer, song, and Bible Study 📖 from Matthew 16:13-20. ALL are cordially invited to join us next Wednesday at 6P. 🙏🎶✝️

Sharing joyful music 🎶👏 on Christmas Evening to express hearts full of thankfulness for the precious gift of Jesus. 🙏❤️

Special THANKS to our wonderful AAMC Choir directed by Sister Cheryl Shellman and Chaplain Sprinkle, Program Narrator, for blessing our chapel family/friends with an AWESOME 🎶🎄Christmas Cantata yesterday. To God be the glory forever and ever👏❤️!!

Chaplain Vidrine and family share a beautiful musical selection 🎶🎤🎹 with our congregation last Sunday. 👏❤️ Chorus: I have been blessed God's so good to me precious are His thoughts of you and me no way I could count them there's not enough time so I'll just thank Him for being so kind God has been good so good I have been blessed

About   Privacy   Login