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Beginning with prayer from Josh Herring and ending with David K Bernard ..what a great conference! Amen
HOUSTON, Texas (CNN) — Mourners will gather Friday to give a final salute to a deputy sheriff shot to death last week while fueling his patrol car near Houston. Deputy Darren H. Goforth died at the scene on August 28 when a gunman came up behind him at a gas station and shot him in the back. When he fell, the shooter stood over him and fired some more, authorities said. Goforth was in his Harris County Sheriff’s Office uniform at the time of the shooting, which officials described as an “execution-style” attack. The funeral for the 10-year veteran of the sheriff’s office will be held at the Second Baptist Church in Houston. Suspect to undergo a psychological exam Shannon J. Miles, 30, is charged with capital murder in the killing of Goforth, whom he shot 15 times, authorities said. He plans to plead not guilty, and told his lawyers he was not involved in the shooting, said Anthony Osso, his court-appointed attorney. Miles made his initial appearance at the Harris County District Court in Houston this week wearing the yellow jumpsuit assigned to high-security inmates. This is not his first brush with the law. Three years ago, Miles was found mentally incompetent to stand trial on a separate felony assault charge, a prosecutor said this week. At the time, he was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after fighting a man at an Austin homeless shelter over the TV remote control, said Joe Frederick, a prosecutor in Travis County. Miles will undergo a psychological examination as part of his background investigation, Osso said. His defense team will include psychological experts, he said. Mix of ‘toughness and gentility’ Goforth’s wife, Kathleen Goforth, described the fallen officer as a tough but gentle. “My husband was an incredibly, intricate blend of toughness and gentility,” she told CNN affiliate KTRK in Houston. Goforth was guided by an inner moral compass, she said, adding that she was lucky to have been married to him. “He was who you wanted for a friend, a colleague and a neighbor,” she said. About 30 minutes before the shooting, Goforth had investigated an accident, but authorities said it’s unclear whether there was a connection to the attack. There is no evidence that the victim and the suspect knew each other. “I have been in law enforcement (for) 45 years,” Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman said. “I don’t recall another incident this cold-blooded and cowardly.” Hickman said the attack was “unprovoked,” and Goforth was targeted simply because “he was wearing a uniform.” Husband, father In addition to his wife, Goforth leaves behind two children, ages 5 and 12. “Our hearts go out to them,” Hickman said, asking the community to remember his family in prayer. “In times like these, it’s important to ask for the prayers from this community,” he said. “It strikes us in the heart to simply be a target because you wear a badge Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!
The Rt. Rev. Gregory O. Brewer recaps on General Convention of The Episcopal Church held in Austin, TX.
This is the full Q&A session with Patrick Troughton from his final public appearance the day before his death. This was on March 27, 1987 in Columbus, GA at the Magnum Opus Con II.
Found this as part of a project where I was dumping everything on my 30 or so remaining VHS tapes from the 80’s to my computer, and then I was gonna get rid of the lot. When I saw what this one was, I thought “that’s gotta be late in his life”, then I checked the timestamped date and went HOLY CRAP! I looked on Youtube and noticed it didn’t seem to be on Youtube at all (in full), so up it went.
The saddest part is he said “See you tomorrow” as he as coming off stage.
Edit: I did not shoot this video originally. I just found it on a 30 year old VHS tape I still have in 2018. Unlike some people who find lost Doctor Who stuff, I’m quite eager to share it with the public. 😉
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The President and First Lady returned to Iowa, where it all began in the winter of 2007.
Alien Queen abducts librarian and brings her back to her homeworld to help her race learn how to have imaginations again.
From KYNE-TV in Omaha, Nebraska
Abajo construcion…Llamada Final Bakesfield 2010…Leader Freddy C; Electric Guitar Pablo S; Bass Ivan D; Drums Mark N; Guitar Josh L; Trumpet Fito D Jr; Trumpet Ivan C; Trombone Michael;Piano 1 Manny D; Piano 2 Rudy
MLK’s last SERMON… prophetically ends with his own eulogy, beginning at 35:07.
Delivered to Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia on February 4, 1968.
Not to be confused with his last SPEECH “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” given two months later on April 3, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Also, there’s an edited 19 minute version floating around… it’s missing 3 sections and actually CUTS OFF HIS FINAL SENTENCE! Unbelievable…
Comprehensive collection can be purchased here…
King’s “Drum Major Instinct” sermon, given on 4 February 1968, was an adaptation of the 1952 homily ”Drum-Major Instincts” by J. Wallace Hamilton. King encouraged his congregation to seek greatness, but to do so through service and love. King concluded the sermon by imagining his own funeral, downplaying his famous achievements and emphasizing his heart to do right.
Final Concert at First Baptist Church, Jackson, MS. Choral Director: Dr. Jamie Meaders
“Siyahamba” is a South African Hymn written in the Zulu language. “Siyahamba” means “We Are Marching”. The song says “We are marching for the Lord’s our light”, ‘We are singing for the Lord’s our light’, “We are praying for the Lord’s our light”
George Strait performs his final song, Cowboy Rides Away, at Cowboys Stadium June 7th, 2014.
1. Check Yes or No
2. A Fire I Can’t Put Out
3. Lovebug (George Jones cover) (with Vince Gill)
4. Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind (with Vince Gill)
5. River of Love
6. Lead On
7. Fool Hearted Memory (with Jason Aldean)
8. Nobody In His Right Mind Would’ve Left Her (with Jason Aldean)
9. Arkansas Dave (with Bubba Strait)
10. I Saw God Today
11. Cowboys Like Us (with Eric Church)
12. Easy Come, Easy Go (with Eric Church)
13. That’s What Breaking Hearts Do
14. Marina Del Rey
15. Here for a Good Time (with Sheryl Crow)
16. When Did You Stop Loving Me (with Sheryl Crow)
17. I Can Still Make Cheyenne
18. Drinkin’ Man
19. Jackson (Billy Edd Wheeler coverwith Martina McBride)
20. Golden Ring (George Jones & Tammy Wynette cover with Martina McBride)
21. Give It Away
22. I Got a Car
23. A Showman’s Life (with Faith Hill)
24. Let’s Fall to Pieces Together(with Faith Hill)
25. I Believe
26. Blame It On Mexico
27. Amarillo By Morning (with Alan Jackson)
28. Murder on Music Row (with Alan Jackson)
29. The Chair
30. Give It All We Got Tonight
31. How ‘Bout Them Cowgirls (with Miranda Lambert)
32. Run (with Miranda Lambert)
33. You Look So Good in Love
34. I’ll Always Remember You
35. Ocean Front Property (with Kenny Chesney)
36. The Fireman (with Kenny Chesney)
39. All My Ex’s Live in Texas (with Gill, Aldean, Church, Crow, McBride, Hill, Jackson, Lambert, Chesney, and Ray Benson of AATW)
40. Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash cover with Gill, Aldean, Church, Crow, McBride, Hill, Jackson, Lambert, Chesney, and Ray Benson of AATW)
41. The Cowboy Rides Away
The hard summer finally pays off as our builders complete their projects.
Speak not in the ears of a fool: for he will despise the wisdom of thy words. Proverbs 23:9
Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you. Matthew 7:6
And whosoever shall not receive you, nor hear your words, when ye depart out of that house or city, shake off the dust of your feet.
Verily I say unto you, It shall be more tolerable for the land of Sodom and Gomorrha in the day of judgment, than for that city. Matthew 10:15
Most Street Preachers can’t preach Acts 2:38
Franklin Graham and team wrap up the nearly year long journey across all 50 states of America urging people to pray, vote, be engaged and turn to God so that He may heal our land before it’s too late.
This is the video they streamed live and unedited asking it to be shared with those you care about.