Join us on Father’s Day for David & The Giants. Admission is FREE!
David & the Giants were truly pioneers in the early days of Contemporary Christian music. David Huff & his twin brothers, Rayborn & Clayborn, were born into the Kingdom of God in 1977 & spent the next 20+ years ministering in churches across the U.S. & around the world. During this time, D&G also had many other members such as Keith Thibodeaux on drums from 1979-1989, as well as Lance Huff, Kellye Huff, Gerald Hagan, & Dennon Dearman. While David W. Huff continues his career as a solo artist, the Huff brothers do continue to perform on occasion as, David & the Giants. This page is a tribute to their ministry & to all of the great songs & memories they have given us through the years.
Those who accept my commandments and obey them are the ones who love me. And because they love me, my Father will love them. And I will love them and reveal myself to each of them.”
John 14:21 (NLT)
Daylight Saving Time begins this SUNDAY March 13, 2016. That means at 2:00 AM we turn the clocks 1 hour ahead, or “spring forward”. Your phones and other mobile electronic devices change on their own, but most of us still have analog clocks everywhere in our houses.
We’re finished moving the site around and getting everything set back up. We are now strictly running on our own server for tlcwarsaw.com and not on a free wordpress.com account.
The podcast feed has also been transferred over to the new server so it’ll be faster to download/stream the episodes in your Podcast app and on the site.
If something isn’t working, is out of place or needs updated, let me know by sending an email to email@example.com.
We are still looking for your testimonial story! Read more about that here.
Our latest round of our mission trips arrived in Haiti today and will be there for about 10 days. Pray they stay safe and are able to do what they set out for.
There are some upcoming events that you can keep track of on our calendar.
We’re starting a new section here on the site and need your help!
We are looking for people to tell their story. A testimonial of your life and how you got to serving and to TLC Warsaw. If you’re interested, like us on Facebook and send us a message. We’ll send you the details of what we need from you.
For those of you new to this term: It’s basically a radio show.
They’re downloaded or streamed through your computer, phone, mp3 player, etc. and generally accessed through a podcast or RSS (Rich Site Summary, or commonly called Really Simple Syndication) service. They’re generally longer-format, but can range from just a few minutes to hours long. The content can vary widely, but generally it’s non-scripted or very loosely scripted, and consists of several people talking about several topics. They’re episodic, but mostly just in number and naming convention (i.e., episode 2 isn’t necessarily related to episode 1 in content, it just happens to be the podcast that comes right after episode 1).
For a little more technical detail:
Podcasts are a series of audio shows with a common theme. This doesn’t mean that they’re a serial, in the sense of always needing to listen to them in order, though some are. Although RSS is one mechanism for subscribing, it’s not the only mechanism, nor the easiest. You can subscribe to podcasts via the iTunes store (which is what I use), or through other websites or services. Subject matter can be anything in the world.
If you’re interested in receiving our weekly sermon podcast on your mobile device, please don’t hesitate to ask someone to help you set it up!
Happy New Year from everyone at TLC! 🙂