1. Learn Self Defense

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    from Chris Harding Animation Concern / Added

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    Five lessons of self-defense for the citizen on the go... or nation-state on the rampage! Instigated by current events in 2004, this was my first attempt at making a short intended for audiences other than friends and co-workers. Ultimately, it screened in over 100 festivals in 22 countries. ©2005, Chris Harding Animation Concern

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    • It Was a Matter of Self-Offense

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      Have you ever been offended, by someone or something... What does the Bible say about forgiveness... Even our Savior taught that this is certainly no light matter.

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      • All-Star Basketball Skills Series Part 1 - Individual Offense

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        Basketball Manitoba All-Star Skills Series - Individual Offense

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        • FNL: Casady vs Holland Hall

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          Football highlights from the 49th Annual meeting of these two teams.

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          • Friday Night Lights: Holland Hall vs Casady - 49th Annual Rivalry

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            Video produced to promote the schools 49th Annual Meeting on Friday, August 29 @ 730P. Teams play for the Robert Woolsey Trophy and bragging rights for the next year. Video footage is a collection of the last four years the teams have played one another.Friday Night Lights: Holland Hall vs Casady - 47th Annual Rivalry

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            • ARISTO "Playa 4 Life" Directed by: The Sharsphooter

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              ARISTO "Playa 4 Life" Directed by: The Sharsphooter

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              • FNL: Holland Hall vs Trinity Valley

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                • Reasons to Forgive, Part 2 (Selected Scriptures) John MacArthur

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                  http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/90-394 Now, last Sunday night we talked a little bit about forgiveness. This is a big subject, but it's a subject that we need to get our arms around in a practical way. Forgiveness is very, very important to us. Forgiveness is essential to life as a Christian. And I'm giving you a list of principles that demonstrate the importance of forgiveness. Last week we looked at the first one which really leads the parade. Forgiveness is the most godlike act a person can do. You're never more like God than when you forgive. Obviously we celebrate the forgiveness of God. We understand the forgiveness of God. It is God overlooking our sin. It is God overlooking our guilt. It is God giving us a promise that we are forgiven of all our sins, past, present and future. We enter into an undeserved, unearned condition of complete and total forgiveness by the sheer grace of God. That is the model for our forgiveness. We forgive out of grace, not because somebody earned it. We offer forgiveness freely, unconditionally, without restraint, without restriction. And with that offer of forgiveness, we abandon all animosity, all anger, all hatred, all desire for retaliation, all desire for vengeance, all bitterness. And this will guarantee for us a life free from the root of bitterness that it talks about in the book of Hebrews, free from carking anger and hostility that eats away at the joy of the soul. Forgiveness is the most godlike thing you can do. And He is the model. You forgive and you forgive again, and you forgive again, and you forgive again. As we learn from our Lord's words to Peter, "You forgive seventy times seven, seventy times a day." As often as you're offended, that's how often you forgive....

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                  • Reasons to Forgive, Part 1 (Selected Scriptures) John MacArthur

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                    http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/90-393 I want to talk to you tonight and next Sunday night about the issue of forgiveness. It probably doesn't come up as often as it should in our discussions from the pulpit here because it is a very, very important issue. What makes it an important issue in the church, and we're talking to believers tonight, we're not so much talking about God's forgiveness toward us as we're talking about our forgiveness toward each other. But it is a very vital and a very essential and a very necessary component of life in the church because the church, even at its best, is a collision of sinners. We all understand that. We are guilty of saying the wrong thing, and behaving in wrong ways. We have all offended people. We have all caused people to stumble. We have all crossed the line of discretion into indiscretion and the way we deal with people and treat people. We have all showed preferential treatment at times. We have all been less than considerate to people in need. We have failed to give to folks what they need at the time they need it. There are many, many points at which sinners collide in the church. And because the church is a very intimate fellowship, only to be exceeded in its intimacy by family, we borrow that image, don't we?, the image of a family. We are seen as God's family and the intimacy then throws us together and we crash into each other and our weaknesses are made manifest and so we are guilty from time to time of offending. It then becomes essential to the ongoing life of the church, the ongoing joy of believers that we be able to deal with those offenses with an attitude of forgiveness...of forgiveness. In the end, what finally destroys every relationship is an inability to forgive. It isn't the offense that destroys the relationship, it is the inability to forgive that destroys the relationship. Offenses will come. Even our Lord said that. Offenses will come. That's part of living life in a fallen world and dealing even in the church with the people who have not yet been perfected. How we deal with those offenses is what determines the nature of our relationship. It is that way in a marriage. It is that way in a family. It is that way among friends. It is certainly that way in the church....

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                    • The Humbling Gospel (1 Corinthians 1-2) John MacArthur

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                      http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/80-368 2011 Truth Matters Conference (Session 10) For all 2011 Truth Matters Conference Sermons, go to: https://www.gty.org/resources/sermon-series/317 Many years ago I wrote a book called, The Gospel According to Jesus, some of you know about that. Followed up with a book, The Gospel According to the Apostles. And up to this point have left unwritten The Gospel According to Paul. That's going to show up in a while as a final effort in that trilogy. The Gospel According to Paul is important because it's under assault today. The doctrine of justification is outlined by the Apostle Paul as being attacked by those who have invented something called The New Perspective on Paul. And we need to be clear about what the New Testament says and what the Holy Spirit inspired Paul to write with regard to the gospel. So, over the last few days, since Thursday night, we have been looking at the gospel as Paul was inspired to write it in the New Testament. We have learned that it is a glorious gospel. Second Corinthians chapter 4 was our text. It is the satisfying gospel, Romans 3. It is a reconciling gospel, 2 Corinthians chapter 5. And then yesterday we looked at the fact that it is a sovereign gospel. And the final message, this morning, is to look at the reality that it is a humbling gospel. It is a humbling gospel....

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