The House of Yahweh Announces Better Sermon Streaming Experience with Improved Technology
Non-Profit Religious group makes big technology changes to allow internet viewers to flawlessly watch their live weekly services.
The House of Yahweh, in Abilene, has announced they have scaled up the speed and quality of their weekly live-sermon streaming via the internet to provide a better viewing experience. The Pastor of the group, Yisrayl Hawkins, says they were pushing the boundaries of technology by providing live viewing of their weekly worship services to a large audience worldwide.
“We have thousands of people around the world who tune in to watch us every Sabbath (Saturday) morning, and it was really beginning to slow down our streaming. We needed to make improvements,” Yisrayl said.
“This worries me, “Yisrayl says, “because the world need this Last Days’ warning. We are bringing vital information to the public by streaming live that no one else brings. We show where each new set of troubles is leading, and we show the cause. To be prepared, the whole world needs this message. We help more people than any organization on Earth in ways that no one else gets near.”
He says they’ve ramped up their website’s bandwidth, increased the speed of their internet services, and made a few other technical changes. Today, the group says their live services are equipped and ready to handle anyone who wants to tune in and join the morning session. Services begin at 9:30am Central every Saturday morning and can be viewed at http://www.yahweh.com/sermons.html.