1. Artem + Katie | The Sequel


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    Produced by motvitsky™ | www.motvitsky.com Soundtracks: Tritonal feat. Cristina Soto - Still with me (Seven Lions Remix) | www.tritonalmusic.com | www.cristinasoto.com | www.sevenlions.com © motvitsky™. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws.

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    • Begin Here: “The Beginning of Freedom” John 8 (Jason Lovold)


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      Jason Lovold continues our fall teaching series entitled, "Begin Here," where will discuss the many opportunities God gives us to begin again. At Community of Hope, we believe in a God who makes all things new; a God who presents us with new opportunities and speaks a word of forgiveness, while giving us new understanding and wisdom for our lives. Today’s message, “The Beginning of Freedom,” takes us into John 8 and reminds us that knowing the truth of Jesus sets you free from sin, cultural expectation, and the burden of other’s perceptions...

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      • Begin Here: “The Beginning of Faith” 1 Corinthians (Per Nilson)


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        Per Nilsen continues our new fall teaching series entitled, "Begin Here," where will discuss the many opportunities God gives us to begin again. At Community of Hope, we believe in a God who makes all things new; a God who presents us with new opportunities and speaks a word of forgiveness, while giving us new understanding and wisdom for our lives. Today’s message, “The Beginning of Faith,” Takes us into 1 Corinthians, where we will begin to explore the beginning and nature of faith...

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        • Inspiration piano


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          buy link: http://bit.ly/1QvO0z6 https://www.facebook.com/synthezx https://soundcloud.com/synthezx https://twitter.com/Synthezx https://www.youtube.com/user/SynthezX http://www.dailymotion.com/user/anton-synthezx/ "Inspiration piano" is a gentle, soft, very light piano theme with additional strings and pizzicato sounds. Perfect for video projects: weddings, slide shows, video selling houses, corporate business and product advertisements, commercials, web videos, makings of, info-graphics, documentaries, Featurettes, photography production, viral marketing, travel videos, TV and radio media, etc. Comes both in wav and mp3 formats. MAIN INSTRUMENTS USED: light piano, soft strings, cloudy pizzicato, bells

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          • The_Book_Of_Genesis_1


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            We are studying Genesis for the next few Sundays in Sunday School at Parkview Baptist Church in Duncan, Oklahoma. We invited you to attend. We start at 9:30 AM. More videos will follow on Genesis.

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            • Beginnings


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              • Beginnings and endings- The Peacock Heart


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                This is a home-made video collection of my original art, my journey to get here, and a little glimpse into why and how le coeur de paon was born. I own none of the soundtrack. I figure no one likes to read ad nausem about the backstory, so I put it words, music and some levity. I truly do believe in the healing power of positive thoughts, love, reiki and light work. Im no great painter, I'm no one special, but I don't think you have to be to genuinely put your heart and soul into something that makes another person smile and feel thought of. "Energy Art from the Heart" Lulu

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                • "BEGINNINGS" || Bob Ecarma & Noah del Rosario


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                  Check out me and Bob Ecarma's performance of our original Spoken Word poem "BEGINNINGS", which took place at Para Sa Sining Production's SIKUNA arts and performance festival in Century City Mall. Video taken by Andre Silva.

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                  • Early History of Cathedral of Hope


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                    Brief History of Cathedral of Hope On July 30, 1970, a group of twelve people gather at 4612 Victor Street in Dallas to discuss establishing a MetropolitanCommunityChurch. In May 1971, Rev. Richard Vincent is elected the first pastor of MCC-Dallas. 1972 MCC-Dallas moves into its first church home, located at 3834 Ross Avenue, on December 17, 1972. The building was built as a small, private hospital in the 1920s. In 1974, Rev. James Harris is elected as the church’s second Senior Pastor. 1976 On October 4, 1976, MCC-Dallas purchases building at 2701 Regan, which one housed a congregation of the Church of Christ. In November 1977, Rev. Don Eastman is elected as the church’s third Senior Pastor. The membership grows to almost 400. 1990 The Rev. Michael Piazza is elected Senior Pastor in November 1987. Membership grows to 600. In late 1990, MCC-Dallas becomes the Cathedral of Hope to reflect a new and broader mission to reach lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in small towns everywhere with a message of hope. The church begins its quest to build a larger church to accommodate a growing congregation. 1992 The Cathedral of Hope conducts its first worship service in its current home in December 1992. The Christmas Eve service is broadcast around the world on CNN. The congregation approaches 1,000 members. During 1993, the Cathedral grows by a record 300 members. 1995 In July 1995, the Cathedral of Hope commissions renowned architect Philip Johnson to design a new cathedral campus. By 1998 the membership grows to more than 2,300 and the Cathedral serves a rapidly-growing congregation of more than 3,000. In 1999, CoH-TV begins hosting live Internet worship services via the Cathedral’s webpage. 2000 In the year 2000, the Cathedral of Hope begins a “Century of Compassion,” by donating more than one million dollars in direct assistance and volunteer community support annually. On July 30, 2000 the John Thomas Bell Wall, a national AIDS memorial, is dedicated. Nearly 100 people attend the inaugural worship service at Cathedral of Hope-Oklahoma City on August 6, 2000. 2002 On Sunday evening July 28, 2002, the newly-completed 22,000 square-foot Congregational Life Center is dedicated. The building features new classrooms for children and youth, space for Christian Education classes and other meetings, renovated office space for HopeCounselingCenter and expanded office space for Cathedral staff. The close of 2002 sees a local and national membership of nearly 4,000. On July 27, 2003 the members of the Cathedral of Hope vote to become an independent congregation by disaffiliating from the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches. 2005 On February 6, 2005 Rev. Dr. Jo Hudson is elected Senior Pastor. The Cathedral of Hope celebrates 35 years of ministry, service and activism by beginning a capital campaign to build the next phase of Philip Johnson’s campus design—an Interfaith Peace Chapel—and by giving birth to a new non-profit organization, Hope for Peace & Justice. Rev. Michael Piazza becomes Dean of the Cathedral and President of Hope for Peace & Justice. On October 30, the congregation votes to seek affiliation with the United Church of Christ. 2006 The Cathedral of Hope, known as the “world’s largest gay church,” is accepted into the United Church of Christ (UCC). In a vote taken on October 28, 2006 by the denomination’s North Texas Association, the church was overwhelmingly accepted as a member, becoming the fourth-largest church in the denomination.

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                    • Sons of God and the Nephilims


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                      Beginnings Sons of God and the Nephilims Leslie Martin / Aug 2, 2015 Scripture: Genesis 6:1-4

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