Mead Vally: Early Morning Fire Destroys Church



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Firefighters battled a church fire the morning of July 22, 2017 in
unincorporated Mead Valley, near Perris in Riverside County.

The flames were reported coming from the roof of the 1,000-square-foot structure at 4:28 a.m. in the 21800 block of Rider Street, according to Jody Hagemann of the Riverside County Fire Department.

The fire was contained by 6 a.m.. No injuries were reported in connection with the blaze, which caused an estimated $250,000 in damage. About 30 firefighters responded to the fire.

Early morning fire causes ‘extensive’ damage at Mount Pleasant church’s worship center



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Early morning fire causes ‘extensive’ damage at Mount Pleasant church’s worship center

A Mount Pleasant church canceled services after a fire at one of its locations early Sunday morning.

St. Andrews Church posted a photo on its Twitter account of the scene saying the fire was in the church’s ministry center.
Crews battle fire at historic Mount Pleasant church

In a Facebook post at 5:35 a.m., the church said the damage was extensive, but said they believe the historic church building itself is unharmed.

Mount Pleasant Fire and Police have been on the scene of the structure fire in the 400 block of Whilden Street since approximately 3:30 a.m., according to Charleston County dispatchers.
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PART 1, THE EARLY YEARS, History of Tabernacle Church of Norfolk, by Sam Wallwork



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PART ONE, History of Tabernacle Church of Norfolk, THE EARLY YEARS

This series is one video separated into segments for the sake of downloading. It includes priceless interviews with early church members of Tabernacle Church of Norfolk (Virginia), documenting the experiences, faith, and timeline for the church and its ministries in the early (post WW2) Norfolk days to the present. Recording this was the brainchild and talent of Sam Wallwork, Senior editor at CBN in Va, Beach, Va and coordinated through the church with Pastors Richard Hardison and Kenny Bryant. WE THANK YOU SAM!

{NOTE: This was separated via Mrs. Lolly Dunlap’s personal copy of this video to share with others} ~~~ Mary Ruley Dunlap
Part 1 includes interviews and photos with Laura Rouse Hill (Mrs. Eddie), Helena Garrick (Mrs. Gene) , Mary Alice (Lolly) Dunlap (Mrs. John), Bob Diehl (Robert), Curt Kenny, Dot Crane (Mrs. Dempsey), and Lois Crawley (Mrs. Ernest) describing the very earliest years of Tabernacle Church of Norfolk and its vision.
God prepared young TAB Members as early as 1941 through Dr. Jimmy Johnson and his establishment of the Fellowship Club. Visionary Pastor John Dunlap and his wife, Lolly, came in 1944 to a very small Tabernacle Church and stayed until his death in 1980. He saw the purpose of the church was to reach the ends of the earth with God’s Word, to know Christ and to make Him known. He knew how to share that vision with members, then capture members’ own reflections and return that shared vision with the congregation. Scholarly Associate Pastor Gene Garrick came to assist with Norfolk Christian Schools, and he held both academic, scholarly and pulpit ministries until his death. Mrs. Garrick thinks of Tab Church as {T.A.B}: T: [T]o know Him and to make Him known, A: [A]rmy, not a cult, but an Army of Believers with their own abilities and interests, and [B]: Tab is a Building ministry, affirming each other in the Lord and building each other up.

Early Voting Results in These Key States Are Bad News for Democrats



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According to a new poll from NBC News, Republican voters are well out-pacing their Democrat counterparts in early voting.

The GOP has taken a lead in early voting in key states such as Arizona, North Dakota, Florida, Indiana, Tennessee, and Texas.

Breitbart

All six of those states will be key to which political party controls the Senate. As of now, Republicans hold the slimmest majority of just 51 seats.

According to the Real Clear Politics poll of polls, Republicans currently enjoy comfortable leads in three of those states: Tennessee (+6.5), North Dakota (+10.6), and Texas (+7.0). But only North Dakota would be a Republican pickup from an incumbent Democrat.

In the remaining three states — Indiana, Florida, and Montana — the incumbent Democrats all enjoy two to three point leads.

But as we saw during the 2016 presidential election, the polls might be missing something — like an unexpected surge of Republican enthusiasm, which would be picked up in early voting statistics such as these. Remember, polls are weighted based on the pollsters guess of what the electorate will look like.

“The latest data suggests robust enthusiasm among early Republican voters that could put a dent in Democratic hopes for a ‘blue wave’ in next month’s midterm elections,” the far-left NBC wrote after analyzing this data from TargetSmart.

Only in Nevada, where Republican Sen. Dean Heller is struggling to hold his seat, are Democrat early voters outpacing Republicans. As of now, Heller is up just 1.7 percent in the Real Clear Politics poll of polls.

Republicans are also outpacing Democrats in Georgia, where there is a tough gubernatorial battle taking place.

Here are the early voter numbers thus far:

Florida: 44 percent R, 38 percent D, 18 percent unaffiliated.

Indiana: 51 percent R, 39 percent D, 10 percent unaffiliated.

Montana: 46 percent R, 29 percent D, 25 percent unaffiliated.

Tennessee: 63 percent R, 30 percent D, 7 percent unaffiliated.

Georgia: 52 percent R, 43 percent D, 5 percent unaffiliated.

Nevada: 45 percent D, 38 percent R, 18 percent unaffiliated.

With all the media talk of a “Blue Wave” and a narrative that it is so certain it is Democrats chomping at the bit to vote and Democrats with a big edge in enthusiasm, the actual votes so far tallied do not read that way.

One person not surprised by any of this is Larry Schweikart, co-author of How Trump Won with Breitbart’s Joel Pollak.

Schweikart is not only one of the few people who correctly called the 2016 election for Donald Trump, he has been closely watching the voter registration numbers for the 2018 midterms and predicting Republicans would surprise the “experts” again by turning out in droves, especially in early voting.

Breitbart News reached out to Schweikart to ask him about these numbers.

“I was always expecting this engagement,” he told me. “There never was a blue wave, and there never were ’40-60 [House] seats’ at risk — and Democrats were ALWAYS going to lose 4-7 senate seats.”

“This is not due to only Justice Kavanaugh or any other issue, but a common sense reading of who Republican voters are and how they generally do NOT get jazzed up for special elections,” he added, referring to the lackluster turnout from the GOP in a number of these special elections.

“Rather, Republicans try to ignore politics because they have families, churches, and lives. Then, in October, they begin to engage.”

What is important about these early voting numbers is that they are actual votes — not polls — actual votes. And while we can never guess with absolute certainly who these early votes are for, we can glean from these numbers who exactly has shown enough enthusiasm to cast their votes this early — and so far, other than Nevada, it is the GOP.

Another caveat is that Republicans generally outpace Democrats with absentee ballots — which is a form of early voting. However, Democrats usually outpace Republicans when it comes to early voting at a polling place. This means that in a state like Florida, where early poll voting has only just begun, the GOP edge is not unusual.

However, the fact that the numbers are where they should be does at least indicate that there is no Blue Wave swamping the Florida GOP, at least not yet.

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Early Voting Results in These Key States Are Bad News for Democrats



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According to a new poll from NBC News, Republican voters are well out-pacing their Democrat counterparts in early voting.

The GOP has taken a lead in early voting in key states such as Arizona, North Dakota, Florida, Indiana, Tennessee, and Texas.

Breitbart

All six of those states will be key to which political party controls the Senate. As of now, Republicans hold the slimmest majority of just 51 seats.

According to the Real Clear Politics poll of polls, Republicans currently enjoy comfortable leads in three of those states: Tennessee (+6.5), North Dakota (+10.6), and Texas (+7.0). But only North Dakota would be a Republican pickup from an incumbent Democrat.

In the remaining three states — Indiana, Florida, and Montana — the incumbent Democrats all enjoy two to three point leads.

But as we saw during the 2016 presidential election, the polls might be missing something — like an unexpected surge of Republican enthusiasm, which would be picked up in early voting statistics such as these. Remember, polls are weighted based on the pollsters guess of what the electorate will look like.

“The latest data suggests robust enthusiasm among early Republican voters that could put a dent in Democratic hopes for a ‘blue wave’ in next month’s midterm elections,” the far-left NBC wrote after analyzing this data from TargetSmart.

Only in Nevada, where Republican Sen. Dean Heller is struggling to hold his seat, are Democrat early voters outpacing Republicans. As of now, Heller is up just 1.7 percent in the Real Clear Politics poll of polls.

Republicans are also outpacing Democrats in Georgia, where there is a tough gubernatorial battle taking place.

Here are the early voter numbers thus far:

Florida: 44 percent R, 38 percent D, 18 percent unaffiliated.

Indiana: 51 percent R, 39 percent D, 10 percent unaffiliated.

Montana: 46 percent R, 29 percent D, 25 percent unaffiliated.

Tennessee: 63 percent R, 30 percent D, 7 percent unaffiliated.

Georgia: 52 percent R, 43 percent D, 5 percent unaffiliated.

Nevada: 45 percent D, 38 percent R, 18 percent unaffiliated.

With all the media talk of a “Blue Wave” and a narrative that it is so certain it is Democrats chomping at the bit to vote and Democrats with a big edge in enthusiasm, the actual votes so far tallied do not read that way.

One person not surprised by any of this is Larry Schweikart, co-author of How Trump Won with Breitbart’s Joel Pollak.

Schweikart is not only one of the few people who correctly called the 2016 election for Donald Trump, he has been closely watching the voter registration numbers for the 2018 midterms and predicting Republicans would surprise the “experts” again by turning out in droves, especially in early voting.

Breitbart News reached out to Schweikart to ask him about these numbers.

“I was always expecting this engagement,” he told me. “There never was a blue wave, and there never were ’40-60 [House] seats’ at risk — and Democrats were ALWAYS going to lose 4-7 senate seats.”

“This is not due to only Justice Kavanaugh or any other issue, but a common sense reading of who Republican voters are and how they generally do NOT get jazzed up for special elections,” he added, referring to the lackluster turnout from the GOP in a number of these special elections.

“Rather, Republicans try to ignore politics because they have families, churches, and lives. Then, in October, they begin to engage.”

What is important about these early voting numbers is that they are actual votes — not polls — actual votes. And while we can never guess with absolute certainly who these early votes are for, we can glean from these numbers who exactly has shown enough enthusiasm to cast their votes this early — and so far, other than Nevada, it is the GOP.

Another caveat is that Republicans generally outpace Democrats with absentee ballots — which is a form of early voting. However, Democrats usually outpace Republicans when it comes to early voting at a polling place. This means that in a state like Florida, where early poll voting has only just begun, the GOP edge is not unusual.

However, the fact that the numbers are where they should be does at least indicate that there is no Blue Wave swamping the Florida GOP, at least not yet.

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Life in early North Carolina – Exploring Old Salem!



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On a beautiful spring day we decided to take a drive up to Old Salem and see what this historic, living history museum was all about. Originally settled in the 1750s, Winston-Salem was once known as just Salem. The Moravians came here from Pennsylvania to build a Moravian church community. You were required to be a member of the church to love here. A lot has changed. Salem became Winston-Salem and is no longer a strict church community. But the heritage of the community lives on through Old Salem.

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Early Voting in Tallahassee, Florida



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The Rev. R. B. Holmes of Bethel Missionary Baptist Church in Tallahassee, once an outspoken supporter of former Republican Gov. Jeb Bush in Florida, gets emotional as the FAMU Marching Band plays outside the early voting site at the Leon County Courthouse. He has endorsed Barack Obama.

Des Moines, Iowa Late 1800s or Early 1900s (Picture Slideshow)



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This video is a picture slideshow of Des Moines, IA. The pictures were taken in either the late 1800s or early 1900s.