“Cain’s Gift” (Part 1) Ron Knight – Northern California Grace Fellowship



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Pastor Ron Knight preaches and teaches at Northern California Grace Fellowship!

Pastor Ron and his wife Krista have one child, a daughter Jada-Lynn Grace. Ron has nearly 17 years of experience as a Bible teacher and preacher both in the pulpit, as well as numerous Bible conferences throughout the country. Most recently he has been broadcast world-wide the last few years on YouTube.

After serving 7 years in several ministries back in his hometown of Chicago, Illinois, Ron moved to Minnesota (where his wife is from), and began Twin Cities Grace Fellowship. After growing that ministry for another 7 years, and then placing it in the capable hands of Pastor Josh Strelecki, Ron and his family moved out to the West Coast in 2011 to begin this “sister ministry” Northern California Grace Fellowship.

In addition to YouTube, while in Chicago and Minnesota, Ron has hosted several local cable television and radio Bible teaching programs. Before leaving Minnesota, Ron served as radio voice of the program “Rightly Dividing The Word” for 5 years. Ron retired from that ministry in February of 2012 in order to devote more time to his ministry here in California. (That radio ministry in Minnesota has now also been handed over to Pastor Josh).

Ron has also been featured live on radio stations such as KKMS AM 980 in Minnesota, as well as WJOC AM 1490 in Tennessee, and has also served several times as guest fill-in host on live radio, focusing on Question & Answer segments during his many hours on KKMS Live. Not long after moving to California, Ron was blessed of the Lord to begin another radio ministry, and that ministry entitled “Understanding The Bible”, was aired each Sunday at 1pm on AM 710 KFIA (www.kfia.com). Currently, Pastor Ron is on the radio (via KERI AM 1410 radio Bakersfield) with the show “10 minutes in the Word”, comprised of King James Bible rightly divided preaching according to the Gospel of Grace given to our apostle Paul, every Sunday at 9:30 am Pacific Time!

Although Ron’s main job is to study and teach the Bible live at His Assembly, his passion throughout the course of his years in ministry has always been answering people’s questions about the scriptures. Ron ends each of his teaching sessions at his church by having an open forum question and answer session that usually goes over two hours. His goal is to make the Bible come alive and to help people understand it. He and the saints at N.C.G. F. look forward to helping you grow spiritually as well… and would love to receive any questions that you may have!

Thanks for watching our YouTube channel!

Pastor Ron can be contacted directly with any questions at: [email protected] If you are blessed by this ministry and wish to give back, you can donate by visiting our website here:

www.norcalgrace.com.

Or you can simply send your grace offering to:

P.O. Box 886 Fair Oaks, California 95628

Thank you for your interest and involvement with the mission to get the message of God’s grace out to the Northern California area… and beyond!

Wink Burcham – “Cleveland Summer Nights” – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK – 11/12/16



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Wink Burcham – “Cleveland Summer Nights” – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK – 11/12/16 – Horton Records Rock n Folk n Chili Cook Off — Wink Burcham – acoustic guitar / vocals, Stephen Lee – guitar / backing vocals, Paul Wilkes – upright bass, Roger Ray – pedal steel, Jake Lynn – drums / backing vocals

Video & editing by Press Pause Films; Audio by Red Cat Event Audio

This is the annual fundraiser event for Horton Records, a non-profit, volunteer-based music organization in Tulsa. The event features live music, live art, raffles, silent auctions, and a chili competition from local restaurants, as well as a musician chili competition. Food donations and winter coats are gathered each year to help those in need in the Tulsa area. All proceeds support Tulsa-area musicians through recording, distribution, band management, booking, touring, promotion, workshops, and administration. For more information, visit

THANK YOU to our sponsors: Cain’s Ballroom, The Church Studio, IdTulsa, McNellie’s, Riverbrook Animal Hospital, Hogan Assessments, K-Tech Services, Bill & Julie Watson, Deloitte, Phil Clarkin Photography Guitar House of Tulsa, Fowler Toyota, The Tulsa Voice, GTR Newspapers, The Music Store, Marshall Brewing, Lambrusco’z, Provisions Fine Beverages, Whiskey Business, and Chris Mantle

Wink Burcham – “Women Do Funny Things to Me” – Cain’s – Tulsa, OK – 11/12/17



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Wink Burcham – “Women Do Funny Things to Me” – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK – 11/12/16 – Horton Records Rock n Folk n Chili Cook Off — Wink Burcham – acoustic guitar / vocals, Stephen Lee – guitar / backing vocals, Paul Wilkes – upright bass, Roger Ray – pedal steel, Jake Lynn – drums / backing vocals, Jacob Tovar – backing vocals

Video & editing by Press Pause Films; Audio by Red Cat Event Audio

This is the annual fundraiser event for Horton Records, a non-profit, volunteer-based music organization in Tulsa. The event features live music, live art, raffles, silent auctions, and a chili competition from local restaurants, as well as a musician chili competition. Food donations and winter coats are gathered each year to help those in need in the Tulsa area. All proceeds support Tulsa-area musicians through recording, distribution, band management, booking, touring, promotion, workshops, and administration. For more information, visit

THANK YOU to our sponsors: Cain’s Ballroom, The Church Studio, IdTulsa, McNellie’s, Riverbrook Animal Hospital, Hogan Assessments, K-Tech Services, Bill & Julie Watson, Deloitte, Phil Clarkin Photography Guitar House of Tulsa, Fowler Toyota, The Tulsa Voice, GTR Newspapers, The Music Store, Marshall Brewing, Lambrusco’z, Provisions Fine Beverages, Whiskey Business, and Chris Mantle

Dustin Pittsley Band – “Satellite” – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK – 11/12/16



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Dustin Pittsley Band – “Satellite” – Horton Records Rock n Folk n Chili Cook Off – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK – 11/12/16 – Lineup: Ian Moore & The Lossy Coils, Paul Benjaman Band, Dustin Pittsley Band, Wink Burcham, Henna Roso, Jesse Aycock, Lauren Barth, Kalyn Fay – Video & editing by Press Pause Films; Audio by Red Cat Event Audio

This is the annual fundraiser event for Horton Records, a non-profit, volunteer-based music organization in Tulsa. The event features live music, live art, raffles, silent auctions, and a chili competition from local restaurants, as well as a musician chili competition. Food donations and winter coats are gathered each year to help those in need in the Tulsa area. All proceeds support Tulsa-area musicians through recording, distribution, band management, booking, touring, promotion, workshops, and administration. For more information, visit

THANK YOU to our sponsors: Cain’s Ballroom, The Church Studio, IdTulsa, McNellie’s, Riverbrook Animal Hospital, Hogan Assessments, K-Tech Services, Bill & Julie Watson, Deloitte, Phil Clarkin Photography Guitar House of Tulsa, Fowler Toyota, The Tulsa Voice, GTR Newspapers, The Music Store, Marshall Brewing, Lambrusco’z, Provisions Fine Beverages, Whiskey Business, and Chris Mantle

Wink Burcham – “Made To Laugh” – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK – 11/12/16



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Wink Burcham – “Made to Laugh” – Horton Records Rock n Folk n Chili Cook Off – Cain’s Ballroom – Tulsa, OK – 11/12/16 – Wink Burcham – acoustic guitar / vocals, Paul Wilkes – upright bass, Stephen Lee – electric guitar, Jake Lynn – drums / backing vocals, Roger Ray – pedal steel, Jacob Tovar – backing vocals

Video & editing by Press Pause Films; Audio by Red Cat Event Audio

This is the annual fundraiser event for Horton Records, a non-profit, volunteer-based music organization in Tulsa. The event features live music, live art, raffles, silent auctions, and a chili competition from local restaurants, as well as a musician chili competition. Food donations and winter coats are gathered each year to help those in need in the Tulsa area. All proceeds support Tulsa-area musicians through recording, distribution, band management, booking, touring, promotion, workshops, and administration. For more information, visit

THANK YOU to our sponsors: Cain’s Ballroom, The Church Studio, IdTulsa, McNellie’s, Riverbrook Animal Hospital, Hogan Assessments, K-Tech Services, Bill & Julie Watson, Deloitte, Phil Clarkin Photography Guitar House of Tulsa, Fowler Toyota, The Tulsa Voice, GTR Newspapers, The Music Store, Marshall Brewing, Lambrusco’z, Provisions Fine Beverages, Whiskey Business, and Chris Mantle

Haunted Places in Oklahoma



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Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Broken Arrow, Lawton, and many more! The Sooner State is overflowing with terrifying history and spooky hauntings. Check out The Speakeasy’s picks for the most haunted places in Oklahoma! Enjoy!

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Impact Prelude by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (
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“Philbrook Museum of Art” by Cwfordo ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (

“Philbrook Museum of Art – garden and house” by chad thomas ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 (

“Poncan Theatre” by BeccaDawn88 ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (

“Ponca Theatre” by Hugh Pickens ( is licensed under CC BY 3.0 (

“Guthrie – Santa Fe Depot” by Serge Melki ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“Guthrie, OK USA – Old Santa Fe Depot – panoramio” by Marelbu ( is licensed under CC BY 3.0 (

“Henry Overholser Mansion – Heritage Hills, Oklahoma City, OK, USA -405 NW 15th St- 11 000 sq.ft- Built, 1903 – panoramio” by MARELBU ( is licensed under CC BY 3.0 (

“Henry Overholser Mansion – Heritage Hills, Oklahoma City, OK, USA – 405 NW 15th St- Sqft, 3,668- Built, 1920 – panoramio.jpg” by MARELBU ( is licensed under CC BY 3.0 (

“Morrison hall sosu” by Urbanative ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (

“Sosu” by Urbanative ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 (

“The eclectically rotund Skirvin Hotel” by Matthew Rutledge ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“Skirvin Hilton in downtown Oklahoma City” by Sheila Scarborough ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“University of Tulsa” by Marc Carlson ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“St-Philip-Neri-Newman-Center-Tulsa” by Will LePage ( is licensed under CC BY 3.0 (

“Cain’s Ballroom, Tulsa, Oklahoma” by Nicolas Henderson ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“Cain’s Ballroom, Tulsa, Oklahoma” by Nicolas Henderson ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“West Barrrack from the SE” by Brian Wright ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (

“Ft Washita Entrance” by Joseph Scott Mendinghall is in the Public Domain

“Ft Washita South Barracks” by National Park Service is in the Public Domain