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Calvin Taylor, pianist and recording artist, will appear in a live concert of sacred music on September 27 at the Valley View Seventh-day Adventist Church at 6:30 pm.

Dr. Taylor has toured throughout the world, performing in North and South America, Europe, Ukraine, and the Far East. Holding degrees in music from Oberlin Conservatory, The University of Michigan, and the University of Kentucky, Calvin has authored several music books, including Spirituals for Piano, The Patriotic Piano, Spiritual Suite for Organ, Spirituals for Worship, Sacred Classics, and Five Spirituals for Organ. With over ten solo recordings to his credit, Calvin Taylor records for Master Disc Records. Movements from his Sunrise Symphony have been performed by several orchestras including Nashville, Shreveport, South Arkansas, Salt Lake City, and Detroit Symphony Orchestras.
Awarded a full scholarship to Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, Calvin Taylorʼs ability to improvise led him to become the first student in the schoolʼs over 175-year history to improvise a graduate concert encore.

With an unusually large hand span of over 1 1/2 octaves, Dr. Taylor presents sounds and colors at the keyboard which would normally require four hands.

Playing piano by ear at five years of age, he began formal lessons on his seventh birthday. He also studied other instruments, and was serving as a church organist at the age of fourteen. While in high school, Calvin was a member of both the Los Angeles Junior Philharmonic and the Southwest Youth Symphony.

There is no charge for admission. A freewill offering will be received. The public is enthusiastically invited to attend. For further information, please call (615) 295.5795.

"You can never enter heaven unless you enjoy the communion of God here below, for this is our fitting-up place for heaven. God should be the object of the soul's highest reverence, love, and fear. . . . Those who do not love to retain God in their thoughts in this world, those who consider it irksome to be in subjection to God in this life, will never have enjoyment with Christ in the future life."--E. G. White, In Heavenly Places, p. 161.

" 'Be ye therefore perfect, even as  your Father which is in heaven is perfect' (Matt. 5:48). As God is perfect in His high sphere of action, so man may be perfect in his human sphere. The ideal of Christian character is Christlikeness. There is opened before us a path of continual advancement. We have an object to reach, a standard to gain which includes everything good and pure and noble and elevated. There should be continual striving and constant progress onward and upward toward perfection of character." Ellen G. White, Ms. 16, 1896.

" 'Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and will all thy strength' (Mark 12:30). This is the service that God accepts. . . . The heart is the citadel of the being, and until that is wholly on the Lord's side the enemy will gain constant victories over us through his subtle temptations."--Ellen G. White, Review & Herald, July 6, 1911.

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Preview and sign up for the Dave Ramsey Class

Prophecy Seminar continues at Valley View Church Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday this week.

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Revelation's perspective for inspirational living

Coming up: Final Events prophecy seminar with Jason Morgan. Revelation's perspective for inspirational living!
Starts January 16 @ 7:00 pm at the Wenatchee Red Lion Hotel

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Added photos to Free Oil Change Service for Single Moms.

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Single moms can pick up coupons for free oil change at Serve Wenatchee and the YWCA
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