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I was recently invited to the Heart of Fire Church in Louisville, Kentucky by Pope Dan Johnson to listen to their new gun choir. Toting an assortment of pistols and rifles, they sang Amazing Grace along with a few other spiritual favorites. Their voices were balanced and rich. I thought they were pretty good.
According to Johnson, the choir may travel soon, but for now, they can be heard every Sunday at noon at the Heart of Fire Church.
Heart of Fire is known as a ‘biker church’. In fact, half of the church is an actual biker bar. This means is that if you’re a tattooed, sunburnt gun-toting, leather-wearing biker that might get kicked out of a regular church, you’re definitely welcome at Heart of Fire. There’s lots of music and fellowship and Johnson’s fiery and passionate sermons will light a fire in your heart.
Guns are welcome. Tattoos and Harleys are recommended, but not required. Just make sure you bring your bible and an open mind.
Views:14753|Rating:4.25|View Time:1:46Minutes|Likes:17|Dislikes:3 Before his big rally in Henderson on Wednesday, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made a stop this morning at the International Church of Las Vegas for a smaller, more private meeting.
Views:5521|Rating:4.38|View Time:10:Minutes|Likes:42|Dislikes:6 Wheeler Walker Jr, a country music singer and the host of “The Wheeler Walker Jr. Podcast,” joins Joey Diaz and Lee Syatt live in studio. #531 The Church of What’s Happening Now
Views:1065229|Rating:3.29|View Time:15:14Minutes|Likes:11462|Dislikes:5982 Saturday, September 3, 2016: Donald Trump delivered remarks this morning at Great Faith Ministries International, a historically black church in Detroit, MI. Trump was blessed and given a prayer shawl by Bishop Wayne T. Jackson.
Views:789|Rating:4.77|View Time:7:42Minutes|Likes:42|Dislikes:2 How I like to start my day! This is why the bible says to enter into his courts with thanksgiving and praise. This is the environment that triumphs around the throne of God. When you boldly come to the throne of grace, and you come into this frequency, your prayers will line up with the spirit of God!
Views:274133|Rating:4.75|View Time:30:1Minutes|Likes:8791|Dislikes:465 Donald Trump attended a black church service in Detroit Michigan on Saturday, September 3rd, 2016 at Great Faith Ministries alongside Ben Carson, Omarosa, Katrina Pierson, and pastor Darrell Scott. The presiding Bishop of the church is Wayne T. Jackson, alongside his wife, Beverly Yvonne Jackson. The Jackson’s son is a well known actor Brandon T. Jackson who has appeared in a variety of TV shows and movies, most notably “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.” The church was very welcoming and hospitable to Donald Trump during his visit. The visit itself, however, was received differently from those on the outside looking in. A mixed bag is the best way to describe it.
First of all, there were many Detroit residents protesting Trump’s arrival before he came. Allegations of racism against blacks and other minorities were bandied about. There were also allegations that he had no prior outreach to the black community, even though this campaign cycle is his very first time ever being a politician. Some Detroit residents took to the streets outside of Great Faith Ministries during Saturday’s church service to protest Trump. The protest was pretty small and uneventful.
At some point during the service, Trump, alongside Carson, Omarosa, Pierson, and Scott, were front row and center enjoying the praise and worship style of Christian music being played. Trump seemed to be soaking up all of the energy of the church and maximizing the moment, as he swayed side to side while the music was playing. Some, of course, criticized him for being fake during that situation. Though many of those same people didn’t consider it fake when Roland Martin did the “wobble” with Hillary Clinton after a town hall meeting that he hosted for Hillary. It seems as though much of the criticism comes from people who don’t like Trump and are trying to find a reason to be upset with him in general.
The actual speech Trump gave during, or sometime close to, the Church service was great. It was mostly a written statement that he was reading, presumably with the help of the black advisors such as Carson and Omarosa that traveled with him, to better express himself in front of a black audience. He did go off-script at times, giving compliments to the Bishop, his wife, and the church in general. Much of the content in the speech was not too far off of Trump’s core message, which is jobs and security of our Nation.
Overall, a great performance and a great example for other Republicans in the future. Conservative outreach to the black community is often seen as a waste of time because the overwhelming majority of blacks always vote Democrat. The younger generation, however, may be more receptive to new ideas than their elders. Trump could have “sown the seed” of a new generation of black Republicans, by sparking the expectation of all political parities to outreach, then show and prove if elected.
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Views:9942|Rating:4.84|View Time:2:24Minutes|Likes:185|Dislikes:6 While visiting Salt Lake City, Utah, President Donald Trump meets with leaders of the Mormon church, also known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Views:445323|Rating:3.48|View Time:14:22Minutes|Likes:2530|Dislikes:1110 Joe Rogan talks to Sebastian Junger about the recent tragic events that have been plaguing America including the Texas Church Incident on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, JRE 1034. Full podcast –
Joe Rogan talks to Sebastian Junger about the tragic events that have been recurring frequently in America including the recent Texas Church tragedy. Joe Rogan and Sebastian Junger discuss possible causes that lead people to commit such horrible acts. Junger thinks a potential cause is the social isolation people feel today and the fact that they feel disconnected from the people around them and Rogan tends to agree. Joe Rogan talks about the Texas church incident, the New York and Las Vegas incidents and the social isolation and societal problems that may be causing such tragedies with Sebastian Junger on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast, JRE 1034.
Views:281892|Rating:4.51|View Time:8:7Minutes|Likes:5170|Dislikes:559 Rev. Ron Carpenter, Jr. has issued a genuine apology on behalf of the couple. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, Ben Mankiewicz, and Amberia Allen, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. Join TYT:
“The pastor of a South Carolina megachurch issued a video apology on Thursday for his wife’s racist anti-NFL rant on Facebook in which she insisted that the protests “will not fix racism! Duh!!! Only Jesus!”
Fox Carolina reported that Rev. Ron Carpenter, Jr. of Greenville, SC’s Redemption Church posted the video on Facebook after his wife Hope Carpenter sparked an online conflagration with a post criticizing pro athletes for protesting police brutality by taking a knee during the national anthem.
On her personal Facebook page, Hope Carpenter wrote, “This will not fix racism! Duh!!! Only Jesus! If you wanna kneel… then u [sic] better be praying to the one and only who can heal our land.”
Black athletes, she said, should “stop thinking about it from your history or race” and admit that “our country is not yo [sic] blame!”
The brutal backlash, said Ron Carpenter, has left Hope too “emotional” to address viewers, so he made the video to offer up both of their apologies.”*
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