NEW SONG ~ Week 22 ~ Kaleo ~ Part 2 of 10

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MESSAGE NOTES Pastor Greg is teaching a ten-part series on the ‘Ōlelo Hawai’i word Kaleo. It’s actually a very interesting word because it is a Greek word and it is a Hawaiian word and they are spelled the same, and essentially pronounced the same and they have a similar meaning. In Greek, Kaleo means “to call or invite in a …

NEW SONG ~ Week 21 ~ Kaleo ~ Part 1 of 10

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MESSAGE NOTES Pastor Greg is teaching a ten-part series on the ‘Ōlelo Hawai’i word Kaleo. It’s actually a very interesting word because it is a Greek word and it is a Hawaiian word and they are spelled the same, and essentially pronounced the same and they have a similar meaning. In Greek, Kaleo means “to call or invite in a …

NEW SONG ~ Week 20 ~ Kahu & Kahuna

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MESSAGE NOTES Tonight’s ‘Ōlelo Hawai’i words are Kahu and Kahuna. Kahu means guardian, leader, priest, or pastor and is most often used to refer to a Christian pastor. Kahuna, while most often is used to refer to a priest of traditional Hawaiian religions, technically refers to an expert at any profession. You can be the Big Kahuna of surfing or …

NEW SONG ~ Week 19 ~ Pōhaku

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MESSAGE NOTES Today’s ‘Ōlelo Hawai’i word is Pōhaku. It means stone or rock. [God] does not change like shifting shadows. ~ James 1:17 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. ~ Hebrews 13:8 Eben (Hebrew) a rock or a stone Sela’ (Hebrew) Rooted in the words for a fissure or split, hence the picture of God as …