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Parallax background issue

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I have set up a home page with a series of 4 parallax backgound images one above the other. They are all set to the same css properties and all of the background images are in the same aspect ratio. The first image works perfectly, however the succeeding images begin part way down (ie not at the top of the image) and thus they progressively run out of image as you scroll down the page, revealing white space instead.

At full desktop size it is only the last image that displays some white space, however at tablet and mobile sizes the situation is exaggerated and the white space begins beneath the first image.
The other thing I have noticed is that the 4 background images all appear to end at the same position on the page, which is why the white space gets progressively bigger as you scroll down the page.

I have attached a couple of screen captures to show the white space and how the succeeding image is in the same position on the page as the previous one.

The site is on a live server and can be seen at https://www.livingword.nfhop.org

I have tried many different combinations of background properties but nothing seems to make any difference.

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