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      First Boynton (Mark Kielar) - A Ministry You Should Be Familiar With

      Friday, May 9, 2008

      It's no secret that I'm an advocate of Mark Kielar and the ministries he's involved in. Perhaps over 50% of the videos I post on Youtube have to do with CrossTV or his church ministry in one way or another which is why I was delighted when Keith Baker, the associate pastor of First Boynton, asked me if I knew anyone who did web design because they were looking to redo the website for their church. Of course, my friend Ben Davis of Symphony of Scripture came to mind. I've been impressed with all the web design work I've seen him do and knew he would be an asset to making a new template design for them. He didn't disappoint. Pastor Keith showed me the progress he was making on it about a month ago, and I was taken back as to how professionally it was done even then. Recently Ben released the template to be the new website for First Baptist of Boynton Beach so, without further adieu, here is the new site:

      I'm sure that most of you are familiar with the sermons coming from the pulpit there because I've posted so many of them here, but for those who are not, here is one that I've never posted here before. It is one of the greatest sermons I have ever heard. I do not exaggerate when I say that. It is truly a blessing to those who are peace-makers and not peace-keepers and to those who are peace-keepers but, after hearing this, are convicted that they must become peace-makers. I highly recommend listening to all the sermons he's given as expositions of Matthew.



      Ben Davis said...

      Thank you for the kind words brother!

      terriergal said...

      This was wonderful Lane. Thank you for sharing it with us all!!

      Anonymous said...

      Is this video available?

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