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- The Story of The Man Called Jesus, has just wrapped up
our 23rd season, at Norfolk's Chrysler
Hall.Thousands of guests poured in from New Jersey,
Pennsylvania, North and South Carolina, all parts of
Virginia and many other states, and GOD MOVED
MIGHTILY! Several hundred each
night prayed for a deeper and fresh relationship with
our Lord Jesus Christ.Thank you for praying for the
success of this powerful outreach.At the end of
THE PLAY, we staged the First Landing Reenactment
that took place on the shores of Virginia
Beach. It brought back to our hearts
and minds the need for America to accept
responsibility to rededicate this land to God in prayer,
and, in an attitude of humility, repentance and
reconciliation, beseech God for revival for our City and
A Christian "First
four months of crossing the bitter Atlantic, three small
English ships gratefully dropped anchor on April
26th, 1607 at Cape Henry.
On April 29th, after 3 days of
on-board prayer and fasting, Christopher Newport,
Admiral of the fleet, and the Chaplain, Reverend Robert
Hunt, went ashore with about 35 others.
One of the first things they did was hold a
worship service on the beach, dedicating the land of
Virginia to the Lord Jesus Christ.
Using a spare boat mast to build and erect a
large cross on the bluff, the Reverend Hunt is said to
have prayed that from this place the Gospel would go
forth to the ends of the earth. The
following is in all probability how the dedication went
that day, based on what we know about Reverend Hunt, and
the 1606 Virginia Charter.
During the dedication service,
Reverend Hunt held out a Bible in his hand and laid the
map of Virginia-America upon it. Hunt
gave this country over to God, declaring that its
foundation was on God's Word, the Bible, with Jesus
Christ the Cornerstone. He also declared its dedicated
purpose was to be a missionary base from which the
Gospel would go forth for all time to come, and to
support that effort, the country itself would be a
Christian nation, with Biblical institutions, customs,
language, law, educational systems, family structure,
and government. *
This company envisioned a Christian
community in Virginia that would become missionaries,
first to the Native Americans (who may have arrived as
many as 10,000 years earlier!) and to the peoples of
every nation of the world. The
subsequent settlement at Jamestown gave birth to that
prayer, and we are here today to affirm this Biblical
and historical mandate.
*M.J. Raeburn. America's Dedication
to God Series: Booklet One: Richard Hakluyt's
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COMING JUNE 27th - CELEBRATING THE
400TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE JAMESTOWN
TMCJ'S 10TH Annual Worship Arts
"PURSUING GOD'S DESTINY"
In Virginia Beach, VA.