Christian Heritage Week - Celebrating Hawaii’s Godly Legacy - Henry Opukahaia, Hawaii

 


LECTURE
Hawaii’s Godly Legacy A Lecture Presentation by Leon Siu
The story of God’s hand upon Hawaii... from the first Polynesian settlers to Western contact, to two pivotal Hawaiian leaders — Kamehameha and Opukaha’ia — to the coming of the missionaries and Hawaii’s Great Awakening, to the establishment of the Hawaiian Kingdom, a profoundly Christian nation.
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RADIO AND TV
Radio and TV spots regarding Hawaii's Christian Heritage running throughout the day, throughout the week. Also, various regular TV and radio shows, will broadcast programs with Christian Heritage themes.

YouTube

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Kahu Wendell Davis talks about Henry Opukaha’ia at Kahikolu Church, Napo’opo’o, Hawaii, the site where Henry began his journey c.1808 and whose remains were brought home to rest in 1993.

Deborah Lee talks about Henry Opukaha’ia at Lyman Museum, Hilo. She spearheaded the project to return Henry Oʻs remains to Napoʻopoʻo in 1993.

The radio spots are now YouTube spots. Check them out! Go to the menu at the top of this page.

VIEW PUBLIC PROCLAMATIONS HERE
The Kingdom of Hawaii and the Hawaii State Legislature issued proclamations for past years’ Christian Heritage Week.

 

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