Dr. Bill Andrews, “Telomere Lengthening Resetting the Clock of Aging”

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Dr. Bill Andrews is a molecular biologist and gerontologist whose career is centered on the search for a cure for human aging.
He is also the founder & president of the biotechnology company, Sierra Sciences. 
In 1997, he led the team at Geron Corporation that was the first to successfully identify human telomerase.
Dr. Bill Andrews has spent two decades unlocking the molecular mechanisms of aging.

Blest Be The Tie That Binds – Redeemer Church of Knoxville (feat. Jill Andrews)

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“I led them with cords of human kindness, with ties of love.” Hosea 11:4

“Blest Be The Tie That Binds” is a song from Redeemer Church of Knoxville’s album “Rise, O Buried Lord”.

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From Cyberhymnal:
Dr. John Faw­cett was the pas­tor of a small church at Wains­gate, and was called from there to a larg­er church in Lon­don in 1772. He ac­cept­ed the call and preached his fare­well ser­mon. The wa­gons were load­ed with his books and fur­ni­ture, and all was rea­dy for the de­part­ure, when his pa­rish­ion­ers gath­ered around him, and with tears in their eyes begged of him to stay. His wife said, “Oh John, John, I can­not bear this.” “Neither can I,” ex­claimed the good pas­tor, “and we will not go. Un­load the wa­gons and put ev­ery­thing as it was be­fore.” His de­ci­sion was hailed with great joy by his peo­ple, and he wrote the words of this hymn in com­mem­o­ra­tion of the event.

Bells of St Andrew’s Church, Christmas Bells at Sea

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Bells of St Andrew’s Church, Christmas Bells at Sea · David Coffin

From Parlour to Palace: Victorian Music from the Christmas Revels

℗ 2014 Revels Records

Released on: 2014-10-01

Artist: David Coffin
Artist: Megan Henderson
Composer: Arthur Sullivan

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LGBT Accepted As Members And Pastors By NAD, Lake Union Conference, Andrews University

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“On Friday, October 9, 2015, the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary on the campus of Andrews University voted unanimously to approve a position paper titled ‘An Understanding of the Biblical View on Homosexual Practice and Pastoral Care.’ From its very beginning more than six months ago, this document has undergone widespread study by the Seminary Dean’s Council and Seminary faculty, which has included discussion and input from Seminary town hall meetings, Andrews University administration, the Lake Union Conference, the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists and the Biblical Research Institute.”

St. Andrew’s Community United Methodist Church in OKC Livestream 10:50am Contemporary Service

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Multistreaming with

“Un-Christmas- Unconditional Love”

This is the fourth and final installment of a four week sermon series. This Advent series will be leading us up to Christmas, the birth of our Savior! . DA will be preaching from the word:

Romans 5:1-8

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Athens Heritage Foundation Walking Tours – Historic Prince Avenue with Amy Andrews

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The Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation presents Athens Heritage Walks. Join Amy Andrews as she guides you on the Foot Prince tour down Historic Prince Avenue in Athens, Georgia. Posted 3-28-2012.

Athens Heritage Walks Video Disclaimer
These videos are unedited recordings of a series of guided walking tours, called Athens Heritage Walks, sponsored by the Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation. The first of these tours were developed in 2009; additional tours have been added over the years. The tour process begins when a well-known local figure is invited to develop a guided tour of a historic neighborhood or area. The Foundation does not provide a script but rather asks the guide to develop his/her own script based on his/her knowledge and expertise. The Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation does not guarantee the accuracy of these accounts nor necessarily support opinions expressed by the guides. ACHF provides research assistance when asked and handles all tour logistics. One of the goals of the tours is to capture the personal memories of the guides and so the tours tend to be a mixture of facts, conjecture and anecdotal accounts, the degree of which varies from guide to guide. We hope you enjoy them.