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"To God Be the Glory" was the hymn used to open every Evening Worship Service, broadcast live on WXRI-FM, from the South Norfolk Baptist Church auditorium.


Here is "To God Be the Glory," sung on the 50th anniversary of "Songs of Praise," the oldest Christian music program broadcast on the BBC.

(Video courtesy of the BBC)

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Pastors are encouraged to read and use the sermons by Rev. Hughes in their own sermon preparation study. Pastors can use the entire sermon with title, but cannot publish it on commercial basis, which is under 2012 copyright.


"The Pastor's Pen" was a personal note written by Rev. Hughes in the weekly church paper "The Messenger."  Other pastors may use any of that material they wish, even as is, but may not publish any of those on a commercial or private basis, as they are under 2012 Copyright.


All paintings by Rev. Frank Hughes, Jr, on this website, are under 2013 copyright; they are not for public publishing or for sale.

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"Crown Him with Many Crowns"
from St. David's Hall, Cardiff, Wales

From Moody Church, in downtown Chicago.....


The Choir sings "He will keep Thee in Perfect Peace."

The Congregation sings "Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah."

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have joined figures from government and the armed forces for an Armistice Day service, as the UK fell silent to remember the war dead in 2020.

A special service was held at Westminster Abbey to mark the centenary of the burial of the Unknown Warrior.

The congregation - and millions around the UK - commemorated those who died with a two-minute silence at 11:00 GMT.

Armistice Day marks the day World War One ended in 1918.

The grave of the Unknown Warrior represents those who died in the war and whose place of death is not known or whose remains are unidentified.

Present at the Armistice Centenary Service are HM the Queen, other senior members of the royal family, the prime minister, leading politicians and representatives of nations from both sides of the war. Exactly one hundred years ago the guns of World War One fell silent, this special service at Westminster Abbey marks the final act of commemoration in four years of centenary events.

We should especially remember those American veterans who were killed in the recently (2021) botched withdrawal from Afghanistan. Many overseas news organizations commented on our allies' disappointment:
And then there was this embarrassment at one of our most solemn occasions, Veteran's Day at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier:
(In 2022, Biden decided to attend the climate hoax conference instead of doing his duty as commander-in-chief for Veteran's Day. A disgrace to us who are veterans).
Our Veterans understand what it means to serve and sacrifice for their Country.  And they also understand what good Citizenship means.
Here is a film from some years ago about the Responsibilities of American Citizenship that is as applicable now as it was then, for all citizens of America:
As we remember our American heritage this week, let us consider some of the ongoing threats that face our people.