CSHC Sermons
“Ringing the Bells of Freedom” by Bro. George Miller in Camp Meeting 1970

“Ringing the Bells of Freedom” by Bro. George Miller in Camp Meeting 1970

March 24, 2020

This week we are excited to share this message from the Camp Meeting of 1970.  Preaching from Ephesians 2, Bro. George expounds on the core doctrine of this familiar chapter to those who were dead in trespasses and sins. Everyone who is sanctified will also appreciate this sermon and we pray that you will make time for it this week, almost 50 years later.

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 Bro. Jeff Price

“Everyone Needs God” by Bro. Thomas Mustin in Raleigh Feast Meeting 1997

“Everyone Needs God” by Bro. Thomas Mustin in Raleigh Feast Meeting 1997

March 17, 2020

On Saturday night of the 1997 Raleigh Feast Meeting Bro. Thomas Mustin passionately delivers a motivated message that “Everyone Needs God”.  This heartfelt message from Hebrews 11 will prompt healthy, introspective examination as he delivers a call to decision.

Bro. David Cosby

“God Hath Given us All Things” – Bro. Kenneth Collier – Chincoteague Feast Meeting 2018

“God Hath Given us All Things” – Bro. Kenneth Collier – Chincoteague Feast Meeting 2018

March 5, 2020

On Sunday morning of the 2018 Chincoteague Feast Meeting, Bro. Kenneth Collier delivered “God Hath Given us All Things”.  In Deuteronomy 7 and 8 God was faithful to deliver the children of Israel from Egypt.  Though He suffered them to hunger in the wilderness, He fed them with manna.  He is faithful today if we’ll beware and seek God first!  This sermon will be an encouragement in your day.

Bro. David Cosby

“True Repentance” by Bro. Ray Smith in Camp Meeting 1975

“True Repentance” by Bro. Ray Smith in Camp Meeting 1975

February 27, 2020

At Camp Meeting 1975 Uncle Ray brought us a classic sermon full of optimism, encouragement, and warnings.

Ringing loud and clear through this message, is the necessity of true repentance as a foundation for sanctification.  In typical Uncle Ray style, he weaves his personal experience into his message.  Old Testament scriptures come to life as this faithful minister speaks from his heart.  We would do well to take heed.

Sis. Flora Price

“The Greatest Love Story” by Sis. Diana Bryant in Raleigh, 2020

“The Greatest Love Story” by Sis. Diana Bryant in Raleigh, 2020

February 18, 2020

"I hope you feel loved by your Creator."

Just before Valentine’s Day Sis. Diana Bryant sets a Godly perspective on love in a Sunday morning sermon.  Our purpose is to love and serve the Creator and take our unique and personal place in the greatest love story ever.  This sermon reveals life truths from the Word.

Bro. David Cosby

“Humble Thyself” by Bro. Leon Stewart, Sr. in Camp Meeting 1981

“Humble Thyself” by Bro. Leon Stewart, Sr. in Camp Meeting 1981

January 28, 2020

Preaching a message that would be a theme of his life and ministry, Uncle Leon delivers this outstanding sermon on Sunday morning of Camp meeting 1981. Drawing on the examples of the old covenant, he shows the disparity between the religious elites of Christ’s day and the true prophets of God. Please take time to listen to this timeless message on humility that is so badly needed in our current social media culture.

Bro. David Cosby

“The Building and Consecration of the Temple” by Jeff Price in Camp Meeting 2007

“The Building and Consecration of the Temple” by Jeff Price in Camp Meeting 2007

January 21, 2020

“And who then is willing to consecrate his service this day unto the LORD?”   - 1 Chronicles 29:5

Approximately 950 BC, King Solomon built a grand temple in Jerusalem for Jehovah to inhabit, for the priests to accomplish their service, and for the people to look to in worship. Even by today’s standards, it was an awe-inspiring edifice. Some 3000 years later, Bro Jeff Price delivers the sermon you will hear today, highlighting the grandeur and excellence of Solomon’s temple, and drawing inspiration from the excellent work of the craftsman and laborers involved, exhorts us to be dedicated and faithful in our service to Christ. As we have launched into this new year, 2020, will we lean in to the work of God’s glorious kingdom? This sermon is a great way to set tone for 2020, I encourage you to listen to it in its entirety.

Bro. David Copeland

“The Beginning of the Gospel” by Bro. Harry Collins, Jr. in Camp Meeting 1992

“The Beginning of the Gospel” by Bro. Harry Collins, Jr. in Camp Meeting 1992

December 19, 2019

Perhaps giving a unique Christmas sermon perspective, Bro. Harry Collins, Jr. delivered “The Beginning of the Gospel on Sunday morning of Camp Meeting 1992.  Reading in part from Mark 1, Luke 24, and Acts 1, he explains that Jesus was born that we could be baptized with the Holy Ghost in our hearts and lives.  The Spiritual Kingdom of God is within the heart of a sanctified man or woman when the old man is crucified and Jesus is resurrected in our heart.

Bro. David Cosby

Christ’s Sanctified Holy Church Christmas Hymn Singing

Christ’s Sanctified Holy Church Christmas Hymn Singing

December 12, 2019

“Jesus is the reason for the season” -  These hymns focus on the salvation we celebrate and include “The Light of the World is Jesus”, “Beautiful Star of Bethlehem”, multiple renditions of “Joy to the World”, “O Come All Ye Faithful”, “O Holy Night”,  “Wonderful Story of Love” and many others.  There may be an Easter hint in several hymns.  May the Spirit bless you in these hymns during the Christmas season.

Bro. David Cosby

“The Kingdom of God” by Bro. Ben Jernigan in Camp Meeting 1959

“The Kingdom of God” by Bro. Ben Jernigan in Camp Meeting 1959

December 3, 2019

In the week’s clip, we bring you a message from Uncle Ben at age 22. Beginning with Nebuchadnezzar’s dream in the book of Daniel, he follows a thread of God’s kingdom through the scripture and lifting up Christ as the King of kings. Please take time to appreciate this message and how God can use young minds that are applied to the scripture.

Bro. Jeff Price