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Watch our video sermon archive of past messages preached at the Babylon SDA Church. We hope that you will be blessed by the messages and encouraged to join us in person. 
 
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Dr. Michael Parrinello preaches on the importance of making sure that we invest in what counts. Do we sometimes place over-emphasis on material things? How can we make sure that we are invested in God's kingdom? Is taking care of one's family and paying the bills a Christian's only responsibility? What should we do with our time?


Pastor Michael Mirra shares with the Babylon SDA Church a message on God's Timing. We often want things when we want them but God often has His own timing. How can we learn to trust God's timing?


Elder Lou talks about the importance of faith and prayer. What is the relationship between faith and prayer? Does God answer prayers without faith? What can we learn to enhance our prayer lives?


Pastor Michael Mirra speaks on the origins of Halloween and its entrance into Christianity. Can the dead really speak to us? Is there a time in which the dead can walk among us and communicate with us? Can occultism be truly Christianized? What is the connection between the pagan festivals, All Saints Day, and modern secular practice on October 31st? What does the Bible have to say?


Elder Paulette Heinlein preaches on the subject of emotions and how we may occasionally, as human beings, get angry at God. The important thing is that we don't remain that way. Paulette shares personal testimonies and life stories about her own journey and walk with God.


We must strengthen our foundations in God's Holy Word! On what are we building the foundation of our lives? God has given us a way to measure all things. Do we have a secular or a Christian world-view? Does how we view the world matter in these last days?


Dr. Michael Parrinello speaks at the Babylon SDA Church. Hannah was barren and despised by her husbands other wife, but God looked upon Hannah and answered her prayer, giving her a son: Samuel. In response, Hannah dedicated her son to service in the temple and the child became a mighty prophet of God. Parents must dedicate their children to the Lord!


How can we endure the challenges of that this world presents to us and still hold on to our faith in Jesus? How can we experience the conditions of Habakkuk but yet still have joy in Christ? Pastor Steve Siciliano shares his thoughts and reflections on the book of Habakkuk and lessons for the church today.

Elder John Spellman of the Babylon SDA Church preaches on Jesus message to Peter in Luke 22. Jesus warned that Satan desired Peter to sift him as wheat. In the same way the devil is desiring to sift people in the church today. But Jesus still intercedes and we must strengthen one another when we've been converted.


Pastor Mirra speaks on the importance of Baptism and the salvation experience. Shortly after a church baptism for Steve and Christina Guarneri follows along with a laying on of hands service.


Elder Eugene Heinlein speaks on the two great commandments, sanctification, and Christian love. We are here as objects to be sanctified. If we don't have love we have nothing.


Dr. Carrol preaches at the Babylon SDA Church for Health Day speaking on the faith of the men who uncovered the roof and lowered their friend to be healed by Jesus!


Elder Eugene Heinlein speaks on early American History: the story of Louise and Clark. The military expedition that began with harsh rules and strict punishments ended in a completely different manner than it began when they arrived at their destination. What made the difference? People working as a team.


Elder Lou Pescatore preaches on evangelism focusing on the story of the fisherman catching more fish than they could handle. Is the Church today prepared for the catch of souls? How can we take our message to the community? What does God expect of us?


Devin Lilly preaches a sermon for part 2 of Youth Day, several musical selections by Devin Lilly and Eddie Schinella, Central Islip Spanish SDA, and more. Panel discussion hosted by Suzette Espirit with panelists Devin Lilly, Ron Ritter, Paulette Heinlein, and Jael.


Natalie Spellman's Youth Day Program "Rise Up and Let Your Light Shine". The youth conduct service. Michael Parrinello Jr. and Tanya Alonso preach, Jacqueline Holmes conducts the children's story, Tanya, Nafisa, and Jacqueline perform a sign dance, several special music selections and contributions by the youth of Babylon SDA Church.


Elder John Spellman preaches on being patient in God's timing. Do we wait on God's promises? Are there times when we try to help God out just like Abraham and Sarah? Sometimes lack of patience leads to us trying to reinterpret God's promises when we don't see things happen as we expect them to. We need more faith and trust in God.


Watch our service when we broadcast live: Saturdays from 11:00 am to 12:00 (or 12:30 pm) depending on the sermon. We hope you enjoy worship with us and, if you're in the area, we encourage you to join us in person. Babylon SDA is a friendly church that we think you should make your home church!


Michael Parrinello Ph.D. preaches on the subject of parenting and raising children. Are we spending enough time with our children? Are we allowing ourselves to be too busy? Should we be making more quality time with them? What happens if we don't spend enough time with them?


Watch our service when we broadcast live: Saturdays from 11:00 am to 12:00 (or 12:30 pm) depending on the sermon. We hope you enjoy worship with us and, if you're in the area, we encourage you to join us in person. Babylon SDA is a friendly church that we think you should make your home church!

 
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