Brokenness Aside Live – All Sons & Daughters – Justin Robinett ft. Katie Kresge

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This video ft. the incredibly talented Katie Kresge! In this video I wanted to show a different side of music that has been a key part of my life since the very beginning of my musical endeavors, Worship.
It is such a blessing to continue to work with such talented and humble people! Thank you guys for following me down this musical journey for the past 5 years! I’m so excited to see where it takes us!!

“Brokenness Aside” LIVE
Katie Kresge & Justin Robinett
Recorded Live at JRM Studios in Lubbock, TX.
Mixed/Mastered – Justin Robinett
Video Editin- Justin Robinett
Cameraman – Ben Cooper
JRM info
Booking – [email protected]
Management – [email protected]

Katie Kresge contact – [email protected]

United Daughters of the Confederacy Montgomery 2018 Memorial Day

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Cradle of the Confederacy #94, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Montgomery, AL Chapter, Remembrance
Memorial Service for Our Nation’s Fallen of All Wars,
Trinity Presbyterian Church, Montgomery, AL, ​27 May 2018

Life After Polygamy: The Daughters & Wives of A Polygamist Cult Reclaim their Hometown

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The FLDS broke away from mainstream Mormonism in order to continue the practice of polygamy. They established the community of Short Creek along the Utah/Arizona border to follow their beliefs in isolation. In 2011, their prophet Warren Jeffs was sentenced to life in prison (plus 20 years) for sexual abuse of two of his child brides, ages 12 and 15.

VICE travels to Short Creek to meet with some of the young women who escaped from the cult, who have recently to returned to the town to try to rebuild a new life there.

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Job’s Daughters International Promotional Commercial

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Bethel #2 Reno, Nv made this commercial with the help of our local Fox station for any Bethel to take to their local TV stations to run for pomoting JDI. If you’d like to use this in your area please contact Mrs. Rebecca DiMaggio [email protected] #jobsdaughters

Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Story of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

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The behind-the-scenes story of how the original Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders became a controversial pop culture phenomenon at the height of the Sexual Revolution. With unprecedented access to Director Suzanne Mitchell, the fiercely-loyal “Godmother of modern cheerleading,” this documentary complicates the legend of the most iconic squad of cheerleaders in the world.

Jinger Duggar Daughter’s Felicity Will Have GODPARENTS!? WHY? See It!

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Will Jinger Duggar’s Baby Have Godparents? Probably Not & Here’s Why

Following the birth of yet another Duggar grandchild in July, fans of TLC’s Counting On are likely dying to know all the details about the newest addition. Such as: How are Jinger and Jeremy coping as new parents? Will viewers get to see baby Felicity’s birth story unfold in an upcoming special of Counting On? Did Jinger deliver her baby girl at home or in a hospital setting? At this point, there are still plenty of unknowns. And considering Felicity isn’t even two weeks old yet, most of these questions will probably be left unanswered for the time being. However, since the new season of Counting On premiered on Monday, these details and more will probably be trickling out in the coming weeks. In the meantime, something else fans might be wondering is this: Will Jinger Duggar’s baby have godparents? Probably not, and here’s why.

Those who are familiar with Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar probably know the Arkansas couple not only catapulted into fame because of the sheer number of children they had, but also because of the extremely conservative way they decided to raise them. Through the years, the Duggars have been incredibly open about their independent Baptist faith, according to In Touch Weekly, and how it shapes the everyday aspects of their lives. From their modest clothing, to the strict gender roles that are carried out, to passing on birth control, to their chaperoned courtships and rules about physical contact with the opposite sex before marriage, the religiously-based family rules the Duggars’ 19 children are expected to follow have remained at the forefront of their reality TV shows.

With this said, neither Michelle nor Jim Bob — or any of their adult children, for that matter — have ever publicly mentioned godparents. Keep in mind this is a family who films intimate episodes revolving around their religious beliefs on the regular — including courtship and engagement rules, as well as labor and delivery details. As of now, six of the 19 siblings have children of their own, and yet there hasn’t been any public proclamations of godparents so far. Of course, there’s always the possibility that each child does have godparents, and the families are simply choosing not to share this information. (Which would be entirely understandable.) So it’s difficult to tell for sure.

According to HuffPost, the majority of Baptists believe baptism is meant for only those Christians who are able to “make a mature confession of faith” — meaning that infant baptism isn’t typically practiced, unlike in Catholicism or even with Lutherans. In these faiths, parents typically choose a male and a female godparent or “sponsor,” who is typically a practicing member of the faith into which the child is being baptized, according to “Godparents may be asked to perform ritual functions during the ceremony, such as holding the child, praying over the child and to make promises for the child’s religious growth,” according to “After the ceremony, the role of the Godparents is to look after the child’s religious path.”

As fans might know, Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo reside in Laredo, Texas with their baby girl, Felicity, who was born on July 19, Us Weekly reported. Jinger relocated there from Arkansas after she married Jeremy in November, 2016 — largely because Jeremy serves as a pastor at Grace Community Church in Laredo, which happens to be a Baptist church. So it’s probably safe to say that infant baptism — and therefore a need for godparents — isn’t really a thing at the Vuolos’ church.

Mother, 2 Daughters, Take Refuge in Utah Church

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A Honduran woman ordered deported in 2016 is taking sanctuary with her two young daughters at a church in Salt Lake City. Vicky Chavez is vowing to fight her asylum case and seek relief from a federal appeals court. (July 10)

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