Eddie Wills, John W. Caldwell - The Lighthouse Tabernacle download album
- Performer: Eddie Wills
- Title: The Lighthouse Tabernacle
- Genre: Audio
- Formats: ASF AIFF AHX WAV MP3 FLAC DXD
- Style: Sermon, Religious
- MP3 album: 1684 mb
- FLAC album: 1511 mb
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Sonny James & Eddie Wills - Country Style (Album). Crown Records (2). US. 1963. Eddie Wills, John W. Caldwell. Caldwell - The Lighthouse Tabernacle (LP).
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The Lighthouse Tabernacle, Sulphur, Louisiana. An Apostolic Pentecostal Church. I'm So Thankful how Jesus lead me to The Lighthouse Tabernacle.
John William Caldwell (January 15, 1837 – July 4, 1903) was a . Representative from Kentucky. John W. Caldwell was born in Russellville, Kentucky on January 15, 1837. He was the son of Austin and Louisa (Harrison) Caldwell. Austin Caldwell died in 1843, leaving John Caldwell as his only living child. With the duties of caring for his father's estate, Caldwell was only able to attend the common schools of Logan and Christian Counties until age fourteen.
About Lighthouse Tabernacle. We are a Church that is passionate and zealous about the things of God. Worship is a life style and prayer is a must. Banking Details (Tithes). Name: eMalahleni Lighthouse Tabernacle. Bank: First National Bank (FNB).
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|A1||–Lighthouse Tabernacle||The Lighthouse|
|A2||–Lighthouse Tabernacle||Reading Of The Church Covenant|
|A3||–Lighthouse Tabernacle||Statement Of Organization|
|A4||–Clifford Van Scyoc||The Lighthouse In The Valley|
|A5||–Jamie and the Gospel Sounds||The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power|
|A6||–Rev. Eddie Wills||Introduction Of Pastor And Founder|
|B1||–Jamie and the Gospel Sounds||We're Not Home Yet|
|B2||–Rev. John Caldwell||Message: "The People Had A Mind To Work"|
|2-3||–Janice Carpenter||Amazing Grace|