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Wes & Mel start their #route66 adventure from their home in Iowa, cross over the Mississippi River into Illinois, and visit #LivingstonIL before heading back to Iowa and ending their #route66adventure at Grand Falls, Missouri. On their way they meet Stew in #BurlingtonIA and drive through a War of 1812 historic site - #FortMadison Iowa. In Missouri, Mel pedals...
Wes & Mel's first adventure (Episode #1) is our trip to see the Bridges of Madison County and the birthplace of John Wayne. Click this link to watch the video https://youtu.be/nsnycicLrSk or click on the picture below.
Old Paths Baptist Church Dubuque, IA, Assistant Pastor Victor Mowery teaches his latest Sunday School lesson in his on going "End of the World" series. This lesson is inspired from the last of the 7 vial judgements, taken from Revelation 16. Watch and listen by clicking here. Thanks for watching and listening. Have a blessed and happy day!
Old Paths Baptist Church Dubuque, IA, Pastor Edward Mast continues his study of the book of Romans with a message titled "Written for Our Learning", derived from chapter 15, verses 1-4. Watch and listen to pastor Mast's message, starting just past the 30 minute mark, by clicking here. Thank you for watching and listening. Have a blessed and happy day!
Brother Mowery preaches the Sunday morning service at Old Paths Baptist Church in Dubuque, IA titled "Invitation to Enjoyment", derived from Isaiah 55. Click here to watch and listen to the message, starting just before the 21 minute mark. Thank you for watching and listening. Have a blessed and happy day! Take a 3D Tour of "The Oyster" Oceanfront Luxury Vacation...
Old Paths Baptist Church, Dubuque, IA Pastor Ed Mast preaches his Wednesday evening message titled "Is there anything too hard for the Lord?", derived from Luke 8:22-39. Watch and listen by clicking here. Thank you for watching and listening. Have a blessed and happy day!
Pastor Ed Mast, Old Paths Baptist Church, Dubuque, IA, preaches his Sunday morning sermon titled "On the Right Hand of God". The sermon begins around the 30 minute mark of the video and you can watch and listen to it when you click here. Thank you for watching and listening. Have a blessed and happy day!