Views:340|Rating:5.00|View Time:13:1Minutes|Likes:8|Dislikes:0 ‘America’s Got Talent’ Winner Darci Lynne Farmer lives in Oklahoma City. She was born on October 12, 2004. She first saw ventriloquism while at a church event, something clicked, and she decided she wanted to pursue ventriloquism. She asked her parents for a puppet to help her overcome her shyness, and on her tenth birthday, her parents surprised her with a puppet. Now, she would like to keep ventriloquism alive because it is not very common
Views:2448|Rating:5.00|View Time:4:3Minutes|Likes:17|Dislikes:0 To book ‘Mr. Peace’ & bring his inspirational message to your school or organization visit his website at: mrpeace.org
Kevin Szawala (aka ‘Mr. Peace’) is a Youth Motivational Speaker from Metro Detroit, who travels across the country to schools, churches, colleges & youth clubs spreading an inspirational message of peace, love, equality, tolerance, kindness & understanding.
A Graduate of the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor (Major in Economics & Minors in Spanish & Global Change) as well as Wayne State University for his MBA (focus in Marketing & Entrepreneurial Management), after spending time in Corporate America, he found his greater passion in working with youth. So, after being employed for several years in the Auto Industry right out of college, he made the giant leap of faith in 2010, leaving a very comfortable living (i.e., high paying job, benefits, etc.) to follow his dream of speaking & prove that one cannot put a price tag on passion. Since that time, through the use of hip-hop, humor & heart he has given hope to over 1,000,000 young people in over 1,000 schools throughout the United States, specifically with his K-12 anti-bullying & character empowerment school assembly programs.
Known by many as ‘Mr. Peace’ for the peace, nonviolence & social justice work he has done at U of M over the last decade through the annual P.E.A.C.E. (Promoting Ethnic And Cultural Equality) Day he hosts every September in conjunction with the United Nations International Day of Peace (September 21st), he has now transitioned his non-violence work year round by sharing his heart at elementary, middle & high schools all over America.
As the founder of “Mr. Peace, Inc.” 501(c)(3), a motivational speaking non-profit organization designed to help at-risk youth, ‘Mr. Peace’ has found that his sole purpose for being on this earth is to help others find their true purpose. His main message when it comes to treating people kindly is to look at one’s heart first & foremost, to see them like you would see your own best friend, to see them as one race: human. He believes that while “hurt people, hurt people”, “healed people can heal people”, & that if we choose to become healed people, we can help heal other’s hearts through love & then in doing so ultimately save lives.
‘Mr. Peace’ currently resides in Michigan, loves to kayak, travel, create music, play basketball & spend time with those who matter most, especially his beautiful wife Samantha & their 3 “furry kids” (dogs) Bear, Kiki & Morello.
For more information or to book ‘Mr. Peace’ for your next event at your school or organization please visit: mrpeace.org
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Views:4021035|Rating:4.82|View Time:4:18Minutes|Likes:28358|Dislikes:1029 America’s wonderful men and women in uniform (Marines) participating in worship, lifting their voices to Almighty God as they sing “Days of Elijah.” Love the energy and camaraderie as they praise the God of Psalm 91.
Lord we pray that You continue to protect each and every one of our men and women on the front lines, and You bring comfort and peace to their families.
Many thanks to Merrie Pardee Baldwin for first submitting this to Facebook.
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Views:6917|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:4Minutes|Likes:14|Dislikes:0 Mary & Titos Cafe
2711 Fourth St. N.W., Albuquerque, NM
Owners: Mary Gonzales and Antoinette Knight
Carne adovada—long-braised pork in red chile sauce—might be the most characteristic of New Mexicos robust and deceptively simple dishes. New Mexicans argue the merits of various carne adovada preparations statewide, but aficionados nearly always rank Mary & Titos tops. The Gonzales family serves the fork-tender meat as the centerpiece of a plate, in overstuffed burritos, and also as a filling for enchiladas and empanadas.
Native New Mexicans and husband and wife team Mary and Tito Gonzales started their adobe cafe just north of downtown Albuquerque in 1963. Tito was the original cook and creator of the recipes. When he passed away, Mary hired more cooks and continued to run the front of the house, oversee the business, and raise their family.
From the worn but clean booths, tables, and a handful of counter stools, diners gaze over family and patron photos, the kids and grandkids sports trophies, and other mementos of family accomplishments.
Now past 80, Mary still comes in daily to greet old friends and new, while her daughter Antoinette manages the cafe. Other daughters help out too, and various grandchildren wait tables when theyre not in school.
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This is the first comprehensive history of six great Indian nations, dramatically filmed on location at their native tribal lands across America, using reenactments, archival footage, maps and original music. The story of the Iroquois, Seminole, Shawnee, Navajo, Cheyenne, and Lakota Sioux nations unfolds in their struggle to protect their lands, cultures, and freedoms. “Stirring reenactments.” – Booklist Magazine.
Views:54776|Rating:4.80|View Time:3:12Minutes|Likes:122|Dislikes:5 Several women leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints traveled to four states in the Midwest in August to meet with community leaders and local members. The region of the United States, known as “America’s Heartland,” is also part of the historic Mormon Trail that took pioneers west to Utah from 1846 to 1868.
Brigham Young was sustained as the second president of the Church in the Kanesville Tabernacle in Council Bluffs, Iowa, located across the Missouri River from Winter Quarters. The area would serve as the temporary headquarters of the Church. Hundreds of Mormon pioneers died from illness due to the harsh conditions and are buried in local cemeteries.
Sister Sharon Eubank, director of LDS Charities, the humanitarian arm of the Church, and first counselor in the Relief Society general presidency, joined local Latter-day Saint leaders in Omaha, Nebraska, for a meeting with Mayor Jean Stothert, Thursday, August 9, 2018.
The Church, in partnership with Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska, provides relief for Omaha’s large refugee population.
Local Latter-day Saint women are volunteering in the community to help these new residents become self-sufficient. They shared their experiences during a meeting with Stacy Martin, president and CEO of Lutheran Family Services, Friday, August 10.
Views:54517|Rating:4.48|View Time:5:Minutes|Likes:139|Dislikes:16 Here’s some video highlights of the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, which is located along the Mississippi Riverwalk in New Orleans. See a variety of fish… plus sting rays, penguins, sharks, and even and owl and a whole lot of parakeets. After the aquarium tour, we step out and take a brief look at some of the other sights in the French quarter… including a church that dates back to 1849.
Views:|Rating:|View Time:Minutes|Likes:[vid_likes]|Dislikes:[vid_dislikes] While Americans enjoy religious freedom thanks to the Constitution, that’s not true in many parts of the world. Christians are a minority group in many regions.
Views:1377|Rating:2.50|View Time:55:4Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:4 An article by Pastor Bryan Fischer points the finger squarely at the professing Christian Church in America for our nation’s decline in morality and biblical values. The Christian Church is supposed to be the moral and spiritual conscience of our nation, challenging government and people when they stray from God. Instead, Fischer thinks it has become the problem rather than the solution. Mike and David discuss this on today’s program.
We also check in with Julaine Appling of Wisconsin Family Action to discuss the spiritual and political climate in Madison regarding life, marriage, and religious freedom issues.
From today’s interview: “Law is always downstream of culture.”
“When religious freedom bumps into a person’s perceived “civil rights,” Christians and religious freedom loses.” – Julaine Appling
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Views:196|Rating:4.17|View Time:2:52Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:1 4 Top Creepiest Abandoned Places in oregon
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Spectre Ghost Town
The Alabaster Gypsum Plant
Belle Isle Zoo (Detroit)
Squaw Island Lighthouse
Portage Lake Observatory
The Francisco Morazan Shipwreck
Michigan Central Station (Detroit)
Eastown Theater (Detroit)
Knightridge Observatory (Bloomington)
The Indiana Army Ammunition Plant (Charlestown)
City Methodist Church (Gary)
Central State Hospital For The Insane (Indianapolis)
Marble Hill Nuclear Power Facility (Marble Hill)
Union Station (Gary)
Rose Island Amusement Park (Charlestown)
The Abandoned Coach Car (Victor)
The Crystal Mill
The Palace Theater (Gary)
Abandoned Midland Railway
Mary Murphy Mine
Abandoned Chimney Rock Jail
St. Aloysius Catholic Church (Trinidad)
The Abandoned Gas Stations of Route 66
Abandoned Houses of Summitville
The Zzyzx Healing Center
Bombay Beach Ruins
Old L.A. Griffith Park Zoo
Big Horn Mine
Murphy Ranch Nazi Camp
Abandoned Highway 395 Salt Refinery
Linda Vista Hospital
Devil’s Slide Bunker
Point Reyes Shipwreck
The SS Monte Carlo
Mallows Bay Ghost Fleet
City of Seattle Crab Ship
The Point Reyes
The Mary D. Hume
The USS Phenakite
The SS Coldbrook
The Peter Iredale
Milneburg Lighthouse (Louisiana)
Cedar Island Lighthouse (New York)
Cockspur Lighthouse (Georgia)
The Francisco Morazan (Michigan)
Laguna Beach Lighthouse (California)
Sharps Island Light (Maryland)
Culebrita Lighthouse (Puerto Rico)
Grand Island East Channel Lighthouse (Michigan)
Sabine Pass Lighthouse
Turtle Island Lighthouse
Sand Island Light
Morris Island Lighthouse
Tillamook Rock Lighthouse
Great Isaac Cay Lighthouse
Squaw Island Lighthouse
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Outlaw Gas Station (Glen Rose)
Augusta Military Academy
Roanoke Train Skeleton
Western State Lunatic Asylum
Virginia State Line Gas Station
Union Level Ghost Town
Sugarland Pump House (South Bay)
Miami Marine Stadium
Carrie Blast Furnace
Eastern State Penitentiary
Presque Isle Park Motel
York Country Prison
Abandoned Schoolhouse of Knoxville
Davis Hospital – Statesville
The… Honey Hole?
Stonewall Jackson Reform School – Concord
Abandoned Church of Eden – Eden
Carolyn Court – Selma
Family Inn of America – Rowland
Tugboat Isco on Cape Fear River – Wilmington
Yates Mill – Raleigh
The Pickle Factory – Beaufort
Stumphouse Tunnel – Oconee
Smut Eye Grocery
Nuttallburg Coal Mine
Dead Sentinel Lighthouse
Georgia Lunatic Asylum
Bus Swallowed Whole
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Plymouth County Hospital
Old Hamm’s Brewery
Abandoned Lebanon Railroad
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Madame Sherri Castle
Kentucky Horse Park
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