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This is the weekly sermon of First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau, Missouri as presented by pastor Tyler Tankersley and guests.
 
Almost Yesterday is a glimpse into the rich history southeast Missouri. Dr. Frank Nickell takes listeners on a journey to specific moments in time. A gifted storyteller and local historian, Dr. Nickell’s wit and love for the past are combined with sounds and music that augment his narrative.
 
Shad Burner provides information on what's happening in the area of regional development in Southeast Missouri. Shad is the Vice President of Business Development with the Cape Chamber.
 
Barack Obama's life and times presented in both Portable mp3 Audio & Portable mp4 Video formats. Mastered In High Definition.
 
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It seems like Almost Yesterday that the movie, “The Gangs of New York” shocked American audiences with its graphic portrayal of New York City in the middle of the nineteenth century. Martin Scorsese’s 2002 production is a shockingly violent account of the gangland struggle for the territorial control of lower Manhattan. The film grossed over tw ...…
 
A real area game changer started January 7th, 2019. Any guesses? This past Monday, January 7th, Sky West Airlines began offering three flights a day to Chicago O’Hare International Airport from the Cape Girardeau Regional Airport. Departures are at approximately 6:00 a.m., 12:00 noon, and 4:00 p.m. with return flights at approximately 11:30 a.m ...…
 
The Magi were changed by an encounter with the Christ Child. On this day of Epiphany, we explore the Magi through the lens of O. Henry's famous short story "The Gift of the Magi."By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that the territory Americans know as Texas began – from its origins in Southeast Missouri. In 1796 a young man from Connecticut left his home and moved west in response to stories of vast quantities of lead in the Missouri country. With a large land grant from the Spanish government, Moses Austin initiated the Mis ...…
 
2019 is a new year and with it comes a new set of laws, rules, and guidelines. Are you prepared? The Minimum Wage Rate in Missouri for private employers changed effective January 1, 2019. The Governor’s office announced the new rate is $8.60 per hour. All private businesses are required to pay at least the minimum hourly rate, except retail and ...…
 
In a message preached by welcomed speaker Rev. Jeff Long, we look at the purpose of salt. This simple substance has incredible power that moves and acts in ways that we may not even consider. The implications this has for those who follow Christ are numerous and all worth reflection and consideration.…
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that the Roberts, Johnson and Rand Shoe Company of St. Louis opened a manufacturing plant in Cape Girardeau . The date was September 9, 1907 and this proved to be a significant development in the economic growth of the city. In 1900 Cape Girardeau was a small community of fewer than 5000 residents. But it was eage ...…
 
2018 was a dynamic year for change and development. What will 2019 bring? Yes, Missouri has a new Governor and elected a new Senator. Cape Girardeau has a new mayor and two new council members. Scott City has a new mayor and a new city administrator. The SEMO Port has a new director. Many local manufacturers either added or are adding jobs as w ...…
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that the last of the unplanned and unscheduled steamboat races occurred on the Mississippi. On the evening of September 5, 1923, the steam boat, The Capitol, went out of Cape on a moonlight excursion. The Bald Eagle, one of the oldest river boats, was preparing for a late night departure for St. Louis. At approxim ...…
 
This Christmas Eve, Tyler talks about the audacious nature of what having the faith of a child truly means. Perhaps by looking to the marginalized, we can gain a perspective on love this Christmas we have all been sorely lacking.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
A BIG Christmas came early for the Southeast Missouri Regional Port Authority. Missouri U.S. Senator Roy Blunt and U.S. Representative Jason Smith announced in early December the SEMO Port will receive a $19.8 million dollar grant through the United State Department of Transportation. The grant is part of the BUILD program which stands for bett ...…
 
In our final week of advent, we are examining love. When we think of love, it's easy to think of it as a feeling or an emotion, but love is much more than that, much more nuanced, much bigger. Love is a verb, it is our choice to love, our responsibility to love, and often that love starts with the people right next to you.…
 
A short message from our editor.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
It seems like almost yesterday that “the Father of American Physical culture” was born. He was the predecessor of Charles Atlas and a number of individuals who emphasized body building and nutrition as the keys to long and healthy life. Bernarr Macfadden was born on August 16, 1868 in the small community of Mill Spring, in Wayne County, Missour ...…
 
Have you taken the necessary steps to safeguard your company and secure your physical assets? Every business should have a plan. We’ve all heard the scary numbers relative to the number of small businesses that don’t recover from a major disaster. But today, I want to talk specifically about some small steps you should take to protect yourselve ...…
 
We continue through this season of Advent celebrating the virtue of peace. In this sermon, Tyler speaks to us about the promise of peace that we as Christ-followers are meant to take part in. It is a promise we must actively participate in, by digging deep into the communities we are surrounded by and engaging with those who are different than ...…
 
Well, the new statistics are out and we are at or below record numbers for our area. We recently received October unemployment numbers as they always run about 30 days behind. According to the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center (MERIC), Cape County has a 1.9% unemployment rate. We have a workforce of 40,925 and 40,135 of them are ...…
 
We enter into Advent celebrating the virtue of hope. In this sermon, Tyler speaks to us about the enduring hope that lingers within the hearts of all who choose to follow Christ. This hope is born of endurance and a promise of a grander kingdom to come. It is because of this hope that we seek to bring heaven to earth, shining a redemptive, clea ...…
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that the mechanical hobby horse came into existence. U. S. patent number 1,863,012 was filed on February 21, 1931 by J. Otto Hahs of Sikeston , Missouri. The mechanical horse was designed to serve as entertainment for children. The attractively designed pony was operated by electricity and set in motion with the i ...…
 
It is a difficult thing to define but a very important component of a vibrant community. Quality of life is a much used phrase in the marketing materials of just about every area. But exactly what is quality of life and how do you measure it? And are there basic components that matter to everyone? Several indicators are widely recognized in det ...…
 
In this message brought to us by welcomed guest, Rev. Leslie Limbaugh, we explore just what it means to follow Jesus. For what cause would you give up your life? What is worth the sacrifice? Follow Jesus, and take part in the eternal kingdom that awaits those who would make such a choice.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that Kelvin “Earthquake” Anderson burst on the football scene at Southeast Missouri State University. The date was September 5, 1992 and the opponent was rival Murray State University. From the opening kick-off Anderson was, in the words of a student reporter, “electrifying.” In this, his first college game, Ander ...…
 
Redevelopment is a very important piece of an area’s economic development success. In many ways, the Cape area is experiencing a renaissance. Certainly everyone is familiar with the redevelopment of the former Marquette Hotel, H&H building, and the old car dealership adjacent to the north. Those buildings now are home to a Courtyard by Marriott ...…
 
As we close out our series on Ruth, we explore the impact Ruth had on the world at large. God isn't afraid to use the people that live within the margins, the forgotten ones. In fact, perhaps these are the very people we should turn to when we wish to experience the love of God.By tyler@fbccape.com (First Baptist Church of Cape Girardeau).
 
Who was it that said so many people ….so little time. This week we celebrate Thanksgiving and I want to take this opportunity to offer my thanks. First, thank you to our membership. Because each of you are so committed to your role in your businesses and professions you make this place special. Thank you for your investment in our community, yo ...…
 
Continuing our series on Ruth, we see Ruth boldly declare her agency and rise up to work against the situation she and her mother-in-law have been placed in. Ruth rebels against the status quo for a chance to be something more, and she is rewarded for her scandalous audacity. This story should make us pause and reflect on the narrative of gende ...…
 
In the fall of 1938 Mark Scully was named the principal of Jackson High School in Jackson, Missouri. Young Mark Scully said that his days as principal and teacher in Jackson were some of the most enjoyable of his 47 year career. Well…all but one. Early one morning in the late autumn of 1941, Scully opened the door to the high school and immedia ...…
 
The Mission of the Cape Girardeau Area MAGNET is to foster a strong economic environment resulting in the retention, expansion, creation, and attraction of jobs and new investment in the area. The Cape Area MAGNET is a regional economic development organization funded by five different groups: the cities of Cape, Jackson, and Scott; Cape Girard ...…
 
Continuing our series on Ruth, we see Ruth find favor through God in a man named Boaz. Just as God used Boaz to help meet the needs of Ruth, we must ask ourselves how God can best use us. When we pray for God to feed the hungry, do we magically expect food to appear to them? Or do we go out into the world, find them, and feed them ourselves? As ...…
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that Andrew Conway Ivy was one of the most well-known and celebrated physicians in the world. Born and raised in Farmington, Missouri, Dr. Ivy graduated from Southeast Missouri State Normal School in 1913, where his father, Henry Ivy, was a member of the science faculty. An excellent student, Andrew Ivy went on to ...…
 
Holiday shopping season is upon us. November and December are huge months for the retail industry. You play an important role in the success of our retail businesses. I realize it is very easy to order from Amazon or some other mega online retail source. But before you do so, please consider what the local shops have to offer. A wide array of p ...…
 
As we explore our new series on Ruth, Tyler walks us through the relationship Ruth had with her step-mother, Naomi. Reflecting on bond that these mourning women shared, we are asked to explore our own relationship with the community of Christ we have dedicated ourselves to. "Your people shall be my people, and your God my God." Are we treating ...…
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday when the community of Greenville, Missouri experienced a disastrous flood. The event was the most extensive flood in the history of the small town on the St. Francis River, and caused such destruction that it permanently altered the region. The flood was precipitated by a persistent rain that fell for nearly one w ...…
 
The newest segment of economic development is alive and well in the Cape Girardeau area. For a long time, economic development was all about recruitment of new business and industry – period. Then the importance of business retention and expansion was realized and tourism entered the discussion resulting in economic development efforts being de ...…
 
We end our series--Twelve Simple Words--with no words at all. Silence. As we go about our busy days, we crave the guidance--the voice--of God. In scripture it seems as though God is always just a few prayers away from revealing themselves, yet in our day to day life, God seems distant. Even absent. Perhaps God is speaking to us after all. Perha ...…
 
It seems like Almost Yesterday that Warren Eastman Hearnes became governor of Missouri. Born in Moline, Illinois, on July 24, 1923, Hearnes grew up in Charleston, Missouri, the county seat of Mississippi County, a place he called home for the remainder of his life. While in high school he determined that he wanted to attend West Point in pursui ...…
 
This is very hard to accurately gauge but very important to the economic success of any area. Business climate is what I’d like to address this week. It is comprised of several different things and how they interrelate. An area’s business climate is the general economic environment related to government, politics, business activity, labor union ...…
 
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