Barbara Brown Taylor Sacred Downtime

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Excerpt from Barbara Brown Taylor’s Westminster Town Forum talk on the exhaustion and emptiness caused by the modern world placing all value on “productive time” and none on “downtime”. She encourages us to use interruptions in our “productivity” as sacred opportunities to see a larger truth.

Gods Message to Atheists & God Saved Me From Drowning | Barbara – Indiana – Atheist Experience 22.25

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The Atheist Experience episode 22.25 for June 24, 2018, with Matt Dillahunty and Seth Andrews.

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The Storm is Passing Over arr. Barbara W. Baker

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Music Sunday, May 11, 2014 at First Plymouth Church, Lincoln Nebraska. The Alleluia (K-2nd), Choristers (3rd-5th), Chorale (6th-12th), Te Deum, Cantorei, Plymouth Choir, Plymouth Ringers, Plymouth Brass Quintet, Summit Strings, Conductor Tom Trenney, Organist Christopher Marks.

Apostle Barbara Adams – “2nd Commandment”

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Amen….Jesus Is Soon To Come! Will You Be Ready?

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Festa Confederada in Santa Barbara, Brazil – Brazilian Town Celebrates Confederacy

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Video by Rita Foo.
Filmed 30 April 2017.
Santa Barbara d’Oeste + Salto, São Paulo State, Southeast Brazil

Where the Confederated Flag is not considered politically incorrect…

American Brazilians

At the end of the American Civil War, the Emperor Dom Pedro II of Brazil was interested in having cotton crops due to the high prices and, through Freemasonry contacts, recruited experienced cotton farmers for his nation. Dom Pedro offered the potential immigrants subsidies and tax breaks. General Robert E. Lee advised Southerners not to flee to South America but many ignored his advice and set out to establish a new life away from the destruction of war.
Many Southerners who took the Emperor’s offer had lost their land during the war, were unwilling to live under a conquering army, or simply did not expect an improvement in the South’s economic position. In addition, Brazil would not outlaw slavery until 1888. Although a number of historians say that the existence of slavery was an appeal, Alcides Gussi, an independent researcher of State University of Campinas, found that only four families owned a total of 66 slaves from 1868 to 1875. The Confederates were the first organized Protestant group to settle in Brazil.
The American immigration to Brazil was started within that year of 1865, in small ships and sailboats hurriedly reshaped, “motivated more by the pain and feelings of despair than by the vessels themselves.” They were exhausted men, women and children, many were very injured, others were sick and depressed, but they were determined to give a new start to their lives in faraway Brazil.
Between 1865 and 1885, almost ten thousand white Americans coming mainly from Alabama, Texas, Louisiana, South Carolina, Mississippi, Ohio, Virginia, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Arkansas, Kentucky and Tennessee ran ashore in the ports of Belém, Vitória, Rio de Janeiro and Santos. Once they arrived, they had to redouble their so weakened energies and confront other faraway and tough trips around the land until they could reach the region of Campinas, whose climate and lands are similar to those of the Southern United States.
It is unknown just how many immigrants went to Brazil as refugees from the war, but unpublished research in the records of the port of Rio de Janeiro by Betty Antunes de Oliveira counts some 20,000 Americans that entered Brazil from 1865 to 1885. Of those, an unknown number returned to the United States as conditions improved there. Many immigrants renounced their U.S. citizenship and adopted Brazilian citizenship.
The immigrants settled in various places in Brazil ranging from the urban areas of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo to the northern Amazon region (especially Santarém) and Paraná in the south. But most of the Confederados settled in the area around present-day Santa Bárbara d’Oeste and Americana – this, derived from the name Vila dos Americanos. This was the name given by natives in the region because of its American population.
The first original Confederado known to arrive was the senator William H. Norris of Alabama—the colony at Santa Bárbara d’Oeste is sometimes called the Norris Colony. Dom Pedro’s program was judged a success for both the immigrants and the Brazilian government. The settlers brought with them modern agricultural techniques and new crops such as watermelon, and pecans that soon spread among the native Brazilian farmers. Some foods of the American South also crossed over and became part of general Brazilian culture such as chess pie, vinegar pie, and southern fried chicken.
The original Confederados continued many elements of American culture and established the first Baptist churches in Brazil. They also established public schools and provided education to their female children, which was unusual in Brazil at the time.

Confederate pride runs deep in unexpected place

Thousands Congregate In Brazilian Town To Celebrate Confederacy

The South Has Risen Again… in Brazil — Meet the “Confederados”

Coffee Talk: Liz Rosenberg and Barbara Streisand – SNL

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Linda Richman (Mike Myers), her best friend Liz Rosenberg (Madonna) and Liz’s mom (Roseanne Barr) are huge Barbra Streisand fans and discuss Prince of Tides until Barbra makes a surprise appearance. Aired 02/22/92


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Barbara Yoder-Regional Gathering with Barbara Wentroble

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Join us, June 23rd for a regional gathering with Apostle Barbara Wentroble!

This is a free event, open to everyone and no registration is required. There will be services Sunday, 10AM as well as 6PM, taking place at Shekinah Regional Equipping and Revival Center, located at 4600 Scio Church Road, Ann Arbor, MI. 48103.

Who is Apostle Barbara Wentroble?

Barbara Wentroble is a gifted apostle with over 30 years of ministry experience. She is Founder and President of International Breakthrough Ministries. IBM is a strategic alliance of visionary leaders who are equipped to bring cutting-edge transformation to their mountains of influence. This apostolic network unites business leaders and ministry leaders for opportunities in the Kingdom of God.

She also founded Business Owners for Christ International to educate, equip and empower business owners and other professionals to fulfill their God-given purpose. Barbara is a certified life coach and has her own coaching business, Breakthrough Business Network as well as a very successful direct sales business. Barbara gives apostolic oversight to several kingdom businesses and serves on the Board of Directors for Meggatel Corporation, a telecommunications company.

Barbara activates giftings and anointings in ministers, business leaders and individuals for the purpose of equipping them to bring change to their mountains of influence. She releases a powerful breaker anointing that transforms those in its wake.

Barbara is a council member of the International Coalition of Apostles (ICA). She is also a member of Eagles Vision Apostolic Team (EVAT). She serves on the boards of several ministries including the Federation of Ministers and Churches International. She and her husband Dale serve as apostolic leaders at Global Spheres, Inc. in Denton. Texas.

Barbara has helped lead strategic prayer teams for major gatherings throughout the world. She is the author of seven books including Prophetic Intercession; Praying with Authority; Rise to Your Destiny, Woman of God; Removing the Veil of Deception and Fighting for Your Prophetic Promises. Barbara is a registered nurse, has a BA from Christian Life School of Theology and a Doctor of Practical Ministry from Wagner Leadership Institute. She and her husband Dale have three adult children and eight grandchildren, and reside in the North Texas area.


FSSP of Los Angeles at MOUNT CARMEL CHURCH, Sta. Barbara, CA

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The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) is a Clerical Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical right, that is, a community of Roman Catholic priests who do not take religious vows, but who work together for a common mission in the world. The mission of the Fraternity is two-fold: first, the formation and sanctification of priests in the cadre of the traditional liturgy of the Roman rite, and secondly, the pastoral deployment of the priests in the service of the Church.

The Fraternity was founded on July 18, 1988 at the Abbey of Hauterive (Switzerland) by a dozen priests and a score of seminarians. Shortly after the Fraternity’s foundation and following upon a request by Cardinal Ratzinger, Bishop Joseph Stimpfle of Augsburg, Germany granted the Fraternity a home in Wigratzbad, a Marian shrine in Bavaria that now lodges the Fraternity’s European seminary. In the same month of October, there arrived a handful of priests and some thirty seminarians ready to start “from scratch”. There are currently almost 200 priests and 110 seminarians in the Fraternity…

The Priestly Fraternity of St Peter was founded by St John Paul II to provide the Extraordinary Form of the Mass throughout the world. FSSP of LA is an Apostolate of the Fraternity that is striving, with the blessing of Archbishop Gomez, to establish a parish in Los Angeles exclusively for the Extraordinary Form.

FSSP of Los Angeles address:
Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter — Archdiocese of Los Angeles
607 4th Street
San Fernando 91340

Sunday 8:00am (Low Mass)
Sunday 10:30am (High Mass)
Sunday 4:00pm (Vespers) …starting in August
Sunday 5:00pm (with Spanish and English Sermon)
Daily Mass schedule forthcoming.


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‘EVERYTHING IS SOLVED BY WALKING’ – A sermon by Rev. Barbara Prose

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The sermon was delivered on Sunday, October 21, 2018, at All Souls Unitarian Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma, by Rev. Barbara Prose, Executive Director of Ministry, featuring pilgrimage stories by Rachel Mize, Elizabeth Arnett, and Carla Clark.


In June, a group of All Souls members and friends met in Madrid, Spain, to walk the ancient pilgrimage route, Camino de Santiago. Like all pilgrims before us, we came with hopes and regrets, concerns and expectations. Without exception, we were surprised and changed by our experiences. Come hear our stories, see our photos, and consider how you will walk forward in your own life.  




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