Views:969839|Rating:4.52|View Time:1:4:52Minutes|Likes:3224|Dislikes:344 Yolanda Yvette Adams (born August 27, 1961) is an American gospel singer, record producer, actress, and radio host. As of September 2009, she had sold 4.5 million albums since 1991 in the United States, according to SoundScan. On December 11, 2009, Billboard Magazine named her the #1 Gospel Artist of the last decade. In the same chart, her album Mountain High…Valley Low was acknowledged as the best gospel album.
The Experience is a 2001 live album by gospel singer Yolanda Adams. The album also includes a two covers of R. Kelly’s “I Believe I Can Fly”: one studio version featuring R&B vocalist Gerald Levert, and a live solo version. Both were released as singles. The album was nominated for and won a Grammy for Best Soul Gospel album the following year (the second win for Adams). The Experience also went to no. 1 on the Billboard top Contemporary Christian charts and no. 2 on the Top Gospel Album charts.
Track list/Reparto de canciones:
1. I Believe I Can Fly (featuring Gerald Levert)
2. Already Alright
3. Continual Praise
4. Fragile Heart
5. What About The Children?
6. Ye Of Little Faith
7. Open My Heart
8. That Name
9. In The Midst Of It All
11. I Believe I Can Fly (Live)
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Views:270224|Rating:4.90|View Time:24:42Minutes|Likes:6201|Dislikes:125 Dr. Anthony Levatino tells the story of his conversion from abortionist to pro-life advocate, and answers some common questions about abortion procedures. For more resources visit: AbortionProcedures.com
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The world’s largest Secular Community Center.
Penn is the vocal half of the Las Vegas magic act Penn & Teller.
For twenty years The Slammer has been a retreat of reason in the desert and we want to keep it that way.
Penn has moved to a new family-friendly home in the suburbs, and we plan to keep developers from buying this historic and unique place just to knock it down to make room for cookie cutter houses. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
NOT ON OUR WATCH!
We have been working tirelessly to find a buyer for the land who will not use the surrounding area to create a suburban abomination.
WE HAVE SUCCEEDED IN THAT GOAL!
Penn has made a very generous offer to allow the United Church of Bacon
to buy the Slammer for less than the developers would pay.
THAT’S WHERE YOU COME IN!
We need 3 million dollars to buy, remodel and maintain the Slammer but we have set the fundraising goal $500,000.
We need your help to raise the funds required to purchase, remodel, and manage the property so that we can do something good for the atheist and skeptic communities.
You now have the chance to help do something amazing. You can help transform the Slammer into the world’s largest atheist community center, The Nevatican.
Views:40694|Rating:4.85|View Time:5:44Minutes|Likes:200|Dislikes:6 (Documentary) This is the 6-Minute, Full version of the Freedom Biker Church documentary. More Bikes, More Interviews, More chrome! And in case you missed the 3-minute version, here’s what I wrote about that:
Jesus loves Bikers, too! And this crowd shows that Bikers love Jesus as well. Solid! Probably one of the most real churches you’ll ever attend.
Realizing that Christian Bikers weren’t fitting in to your average traditional church, Preacher Mike and his wife, Charlene, looked around and saw there were plenty of Biker ministries, but no churches to plug in this unique group. So they started one.
Freedom is a standing room only church that meets on Sundays in Clayton, NC. And they’ve got an awesome house band as you’ll hear on the video soundtrack! The Church motto?
“Let’s Ride! For Christ’s Sake!”
I shot and edited this piece with the Sony Z1U HDV with some help from (gasp!) a PD-150 when the Z1 experienced some technical difficulties with battery operation.