1. The Easter Story

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    The Easter Story in 60 seconds.

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    • Sheriff Grady Judd speaks at Ignited Church.

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      Sheriff Grady Judd speaks at Ignited Church. Pastor Stephen Strader Wednesday 7 pm 08-06-14

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      • Sitting in the Side Pew: Conference

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        One of the spiritual practices that helps us do that is the daily examination of conscience. This daily examen, as it’s sometimes called, is simple enough for anyone to do, and powerful enough to revolutionize our interior life. It’s an ancient practice that has taken many forms over the centuries. In this conference, we’ll go over the basics of this method, so as to provide or to simply help polish up a tried and tested tool for cultivating a deeper interior life. Join Fr. John Bartunek, LC, S.Th.D. for the Conference of "Sitting in the Side Pew: A Retreat Guide on Elizabeth Ann Seton" from RCSpirituality.org. © Coronation LLC 2013

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        • Ephesus

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          http://www.wearefilmsny.com This is the official video for Apostle NYC's new album. Filmed on location in upstate NY on the Canon 5D & Canon t2i with the Canon L series 24 mm f/1.4 and CanonL 85mm f/1.2. Shot on a Glidecam. Edited on Final Cut. Visual effects with After Effects. This is a We Are Films Production. All rights reserved.

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          • Ken Gaub - FUNNY answers!

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            Ken Gaub Sunday PM 04-28-13

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            • Acts of the Apostles Chapter 2:14-17

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              Hear and read Acts of the Apostles Chapter 2:14-17 as recorded in the New Testament! Accurate historical detail. Every page of Acts abounds with sharp, precise details. The account covers a period of about 30 years and reaches across the lands from Jerusalem to Rome. Luke’s description of these times and places is filled with all kinds of people and cultures, a variety of governmental administrations, court scenes in Caesarea, and dramatic events involving such centers as Antioch, Ephesus, Athens, Corinth and Rome. Barbarian country districts and Jewish centers are included as well. Yet in each instance archaeological findings reveal that Luke uses the proper terms for the time and place being described. Hostile criticism has not succeeded in disproving the detailed accuracy of Luke’s political and geographical designations. This video is part of Video series of the Project Bible Video! Come back to learn more of what the bible has to say and share it if you would like to be part of the great commission we are called to share with the world. Like and Share if you care

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              • Darrel Stott speaks at Ignited Church, Sunday 10 am, 03-23-14

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                Darrel Stott speaks at Ignited Church. Pastor Stephen Strader Sunday 10 am 03-23-14

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                • Mark 16 - Jesus is alive He is risen

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                  The bible teaches that many people were visited by Jesus after His crucifixion. He raised from the dead and is Alive now. He hears our prayers and will help us. Ask Him - pray to Him - then thank Him for His love for us.

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                  • Australia Winter 2009 (Sydney, Hobart, Melbourne)

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                    Adventure time - seven days in wintry Australia. Sydney (Harbor Bridge, Opera House, The Rocks, Kings Cross, Redfern, Wildlife Place, Aquarium, Manly, Bondi, Bronte, Blue Mountains), Tasmania (Hobart, Mt. Wellington, Salamanca Place, Battery Park), and Melbourne (St. Kilda, Luna Park, Botanical Gardens, Federation Square, Great Ocean Road). If you've been to these places then you may recognize some things from the pictures. If not, I thought this would be a good way to get a feel of what some of Australia is like without the typical tourist plugs. Sydney was great, nice beaches, beautiful people, cool downtown, and close to a lot of other getaways and cities. Hobart is an amazing waterfront town where everyone is so friendly and at the same time happy that they aren't the center of most people's earth. Tasmania has so much to offer. Melbourne has some truly amazing and creative nightlife where even tourists are welcomed and treated as locals. I'd highly recommend all three places. Next time I will make sure I spend more time in Tasmania and visit Perth, Brisbane, Cairns, and the Great Barrier Reef. On the trip I read "In a Sunburned Country" by Bill Bryson in which he chronicles his trip to several major Australian cities (as well as many that few visit). He also includes interesting history that helps to explain some of the less obvious Australian customs. Anyway so much I could write but really the pictures speak for themselves. Thank you to everyone who were so welcoming and helpful! I'd also like to strongly endorse Born shoes and Bridgedale socks. For some reason the sound goes out near the end. Couldn't seem to fix that, oh well.

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