Evangelest Karen Clark-Sheard speaking at the 2015 NM COGIC Super Convention in Albuquerque NM
A Rio Rancho couple says people are using bows and arrows to hunt coyotes in their neighborhood. For obvious reasons, hunting in a city is against the law. – Source:
Poetry Performance by Stewart Warren at Church of Beethoven in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Church of Beethoven is also known as Sunday Chatter.
Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lee Dapson singing “Praise to you, O Christ, Our Savior,” Father’s Day, June 21, 2015
Bernalillo County Pastor explains unusual run-in with Sunday morning church intruder – Source:
Elder Ty Eskelson shares a testimony while serving a mission in the New Mexico Albuquerque Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
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Last August 2015, we did a ton of Breaking Bad location stalking and one of the locations on our list was THE school and classroom Mr White taught Chemistry in. With plenty of perseverance and persistence, we were able to achieve our goal…here’s a snippet of what we experienced.
In reality, “J.P. Wynne High School” is predominantly set and shot at the real life Rio Rancho High School, in you guessed it..Rio Rancho, NM!
Thanks to Greg Martinez, head of Maintenance, for taking the time to give us the tour and tell his personal stories during filming at the school.
I do not own the Breaking Bad Theme song, only a copy of the track, which was composed and recorded by the talented Dave Porter.
San Felipe de Neri is an old Spanish Mission church in the heart of Old Town in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is located next to the park and dates from 1706
On November 28th Sunday 2010, New Covenant Church of Albuquerque New Mexico opened its Sunday service with a skit called Voice of the Martyrs in hopes to bring attention to the the persecuted church.
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Voice of the Martyrs
12-11-17 @ 11:30am,
Attempted entry at 2 minutes.
Enjoy this tour through the small Spanish equestrian Village of Corrales New Mexico. Corrales is literally two minutes from the fast pace of Albuquerque. The Village of Corrales is a rural community with all the conveniences of the much larger cities of Albuquerque and Rio Rancho. Horses are welcome here and harvest time is abundant with fresh fruit, green chile and roasting of the famous and delicious Hatch Green Chile.
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San Felipe De Neri Parish / Albuquerque, NM – 6/13/2015
New beginnings church