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New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Radcliff Kentucky You Call Your Battle Cry

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New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Radcliff Kentucky

LET this be your War Cry Let this be your call to worship ! I was amazing being able to record this for New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Radcliff Kentucky let us know what you thought about this film !

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Final ‘Last Call’ For German Club At Ft. Bliss

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Tonight, a Fort Bliss tradition comes to an end after 50 years.

The German Club on base has provided opportunities for German troops stationed there an opportunity to meet and mingle with each other, American soldiers, and the El Paso community.

When you walk into the German Club at Fort Bliss you open a door that has connected two countries since 1963.

At the club you can eat authentic German food, and in the evening enjoy German Beer with friends.

The beer garden outside of the club becomes a popular place to be every fall when the first keg is tapped kicking-off local Oktoberfest celebrations.

The draw-down of German forces from Ft. Bliss has prompted this shutdown, bringing to an end a long legacy of celebrations from promotions, anniversaries, birthdays, and of course Karaoke Night.

Marco Hauff, First Lieutenant with the German Air Force Air Defense Center, and Public Affairs officer says with the troop drawn down, the club will no longer be able to afford to keep the club doors open.

“Around 500 German soldiers have been here in El Paso, and now we cut down our number of soldiers to 100 to 120. So we can not afford to keep the club open,” says First Lieutenant Hauff.

For the past 50 years the club has been the place where many friendships where established, with some even leading to marriages. The Club has served as a home away from home for many soldiers. Hauff, himself has fond memories of this club.

“We had a big celebration for the birth of my son, so I am really close with this club,” says First Lieutenant Hauff.

Over the years, the club has been owned and operated by different groups ranging from churches to non-profit groups.

Master Sergeant, Marco Andresen, with the German Air Force is the manager of the German Club. He says the club has gone through different changes, but it has always served as a place for German soldiers and their families to meet and share their culture with Americans.

“That is the most difficult part,” says Master Sgt. Andresen. “Hearing the Americans say that it’s a shame the German Club is closing, it’s hard.”

Since the announcement of the shut down many people have returned for one last visit to the club to share memories of a place that has hosted so many memorable events.

This club has provided an opportunity for Lennart Marzinke, a civilian contractor from Germany to make many American friends.

“Many Americans hang around here, and the atmosphere is always quite relaxed,” says Marzinke.

The Club may be closing it’s doors for good, but the memories and stories of this place will last for generations.

LIVE Phone Call to “Beat Your Gay Kids” Pastor!

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Nephew Tommy Prank Call I Overpaid

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Thomas “Nephew Tommy” Miles was born in Houston, Texas. He is an actor, comedian, producer, and entrepreneur. He currently co-hosts The Steve Harvey Morning Show with Steve Harvey. On the show, he prank calls random people about random situations. Nephew Tommy known for his great pranks, funny pranks, funny videos and some funniest videos ever. Nephew Tommy is recognized as the King of Prank calls, along with Rickey Smiley. You can visit his site at to submit prank requests, view videos, social media, etc. Twitter: @nephewtommy; Instagram: @thenephewtommyexp; Facebook:

Cardinal Daniel DiNardo “I Call You Friends”

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“I Call You Friends” Featuring Cardinal Daniel DiNardo—President, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston

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The War on Worry| Pastor on Call

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Satan is a terrorist. He is the Father of Terror. Destruction of people or property by people not acting on behalf of an established government for the purpose of redressing a real or imaginary injustice attributed to an established government and aimed directly or indirectly at an established government through fear.
Terrorism affects all of us.

Terrorism is intended to increase fear.
Terrorism is intended to increase fear.

And fear is the most effective tool to promote doctrine and beliefs. Fear hides behind all man-made religions and cloths itself in a religious garments.

Satan is currently using Islamic extremists and other terrorist organizations to fill the world with fear.
And fear promotes cold love.
Just as Jesus predicted in Mathew 24

Fear is the single most destructive force warring against believes!!

Fear leads to slavery!
It strips us of power!
It strips us of Love!
It strips us of a sound mind!

Terror will create a world where Satan will have more control of the world.

Since God is Love and works by faith, fear is the opposite of faith and love.

The Devil is purposefully raising up terrorism to create the kind of world in which his Antichrist will one day rule.

The enemy uses fear to make us slaves
The enemy is a terrorist.
Terrorism makes men slaves to fear.

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Audit 9: Snowstorm at the Post Office – “Don’t call me Ma’am” – USPS Amagansett, NY

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In this video we visit the Amagansett, NY Post Office and walk right into a snowstorm. Should have brought my snow shovel !

North East Texas Roofing | Call 469-678-4258

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Call of the Champions – John Williams Conducting the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

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John Williams conducts the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Orchestra at Temple Square, and International Children’s Choir in performing the 2002 Winter Olympic theme song “Call of the Champions” during the Cultural Olympiad concert, February 9, 2002. “Call of the Champions” was composed by John Williams for the 2002 Olympic Games.
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“Citius, Altius, Fortius!” That was the soaring sound that was heard during the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games. Those three Latin words, meaning “Faster, Higher, Stronger,” echoed throughout millions of homes as people around the world tuned in to watch those games. “Call of the Champions” was a spectacular collaboration that inspired hearts and lifted spirits of a nation still reeling from the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir performed the national anthem at the opening ceremonies, which included a tribute using the flag that was flown at Ground Zero.

In his fourth time composing music for the Olympic games, famed composer John Williams was excited to know that he would have the Mormon Tabernacle Choir to distinguish the piece from previous compositions, saying, “I was like a giddy child working with them, I loved it.” This resulted in a thrilling five-minute work involving chorus and orchestra. Conducted by Williams, the Utah Symphony and the Choir performed the song at the opening ceremonies. It is featured on the albums American Journey by John Williams and the Choir’s album Spirit of America.

The Olympic games in Salt Lake City were the most watched Olympics ever at the time and are now third on the all-time list. The opening ceremonies of the 2002 winter games still holds the number-one spot for total viewership. During those winter games, the Choir participated in the Cultural Olympiad with four signature concerts, one of which featured John Williams. In the classic video above, Williams conducts the Choir, Orchestra at Temple Square, and the International Children’s Choir in a breathtaking rendition of “Call of the Champions.”

2002 Olympic Games