Police Officer Slams This Guy’s Head Through Glass Window.



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This guy was being a dumb idiot on train. Office pulls the guy off the train and accidentally shoves him through the glass window trying to arrest him. He hurt himself in the process of going through the glass.

About my Father’s Business | George Glass Sr. (1967)



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George Glass Sr. preaching “About my Father’s Business”
This was preached in 1967.
In January, 1933, at the age of 23 years, George L. Glass, Sr. began a ministry that grew and enlarged until the demands of that ministry enabled him to become acquainted with and drawn into every facet of the UPCI work and outreach.
Glass’s first pastorate was at Bethel Grove, near DeRidder, Louisiana in the year 1933. From that time, he was actively engaged in a full time ministry. In 1934, he accepted the pastorate of First Pentecostal Church in Many, Louisiana and in 1936 accepted the pastorate of Faith Tabernacle, Port Arthur, Texas.
During his pastoral years, Glass also served in several organizational positions. He was elected secretary-treasurer of the South Central Association of the Pentecostal Churches, Inc. for 1936-38. In 1938 he was elected superintendent of that same organization while continuing to pastor the Port Arthur congregation. The late A.T. Morgan was a member of the district board.
Glass resigned the superintendency of the South Central Association of the Pentecostal Churches, Inc. in 1940, but was elected t serve the organization as the secretary-treasurer, while also continuing pastoral duties. After the merger into the UPC, and the work grew and districts were formed, Glass continued to serve as the secretary-treasurer of the Louisiana District for 22 years. He was one of the elders who labored many hours to help formulate the constitution and by-laws of the UPCI.
Glass was called to pastor his home church in DeRidder, Louisiana in 1945. While there, church growth demanded building a new church. After completion he was led of the Spirit to pray.
Also, during the year of 1945, Glass was appointed to serve as Associate Foreign Missionary Director, along with the late Wynn Stairs, to the UPCI. He served in this position for eleven years.
A radio station began broadcasting in DeRidder, Louisiana in 1950. The DeRidder FPC was the first broadcast aired on this station and still maintains that spot with the station. During all pastorates, Glass carried on an active radio ministry.
In 1953, Glass accepted the pastorate of the FPC of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and in 1956 he was elected to serve as Home Missions Director in the United States and Canada.
During the 1950’s Tupelo Children’s Mansion was founded. Glass was active in this endeavor and also served on the board of directors.
Glass resigned as Home Missions Director in 1958 and accepted the pastorate of the FPC, formerly known as Bible Hour Tabernacle. In 1962, he went to pastor the Bemis Pentecostal Church. Because of his love for and interest in foreign missions work, he went to Jamaica to strengthen the churches there. IN March, 1968, he resigned the Bemis church and entered the evangelistic field.
July, 1970, found Glass back at his home church in DeRidder and involved in an extensive building program.
In February, 1972, the Foreign Missions Division sent the Glasses to minister to Tokyo, the Philippine Islands, and Hawaii. In Manila, Glass was speaker for the first Southwestern Pacific and Asian regional missionary conference of the UPCI. Glass began attending the School of Missions of the UPCI in 1972, as devotional speaker. He continued as devotional speaker until his death.
Glass resigned DeRidder First Church in 1976. He was elected Pastor Emeritus for life. After his resignation, the Glasses remained active at home and abroad. He served as interim pastor to several churches. After seven months with White Haven UPC in Memphis, Tennessee, Glass was elected pastor Emeritus to this church as well.
After resigning the DeRidder church, the Glasses continued to teach the adult Bible class when at home. During this time, they also drove to Houston, Texas on Mondays and taught four classes on Tuesday and Thursday at Texas Bible College.
During his Lifetime, Glass served in the following positions: evangelist, pastor, superintendent, district secretary-treasurer, associate foreign missions director, Tupelo Children’s Mansion board member, national Home Missions Director, camp meeting speaker, radio speaker, attended all but two of our international conferences and served on various committees, devotional speaker at the school of missions, teacher at TBC, speaker abroad for foreign missions division, and interim pastor to several churches.
Glass departed this life on Saturday Evening, March 17, 1990. He was truly a “Giant among Men,” and we esteem the memory of this great minister of God.

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Thy Word above Thy Name | George Glass Sr. (1976)



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George Glass Sr. preaching “Thy Word above Thy Name” 1976.
In January, 1933, at the age of 23 years, George L. Glass, Sr. began a ministry that grew and enlarged until the demands of that ministry enabled him to become acquainted with and drawn into every facet of the UPCI work and outreach.
Glass’s first pastorate was at Bethel Grove, near DeRidder, Louisiana in the year 1933. From that time, he was actively engaged in a full time ministry. In 1934, he accepted the pastorate of First Pentecostal Church in Many, Louisiana and in 1936 accepted the pastorate of Faith Tabernacle, Port Arthur, Texas.
During his pastoral years, Glass also served in several organizational positions. He was elected secretary-treasurer of the South Central Association of the Pentecostal Churches, Inc. for 1936-38. In 1938 he was elected superintendent of that same organization while continuing to pastor the Port Arthur congregation. The late A.T. Morgan was a member of the district board.
Glass resigned the superintendency of the South Central Association of the Pentecostal Churches, Inc. in 1940, but was elected t serve the organization as the secretary-treasurer, while also continuing pastoral duties. After the merger into the UPC, and the work grew and districts were formed, Glass continued to serve as the secretary-treasurer of the Louisiana District for 22 years. He was one of the elders who labored many hours to help formulate the constitution and by-laws of the UPCI.
Glass was called to pastor his home church in DeRidder, Louisiana in 1945. While there, church growth demanded building a new church. After completion he was led of the Spirit to pray.
Also, during the year of 1945, Glass was appointed to serve as Associate Foreign Missionary Director, along with the late Wynn Stairs, to the UPCI. He served in this position for eleven years.
A radio station began broadcasting in DeRidder, Louisiana in 1950. The DeRidder FPC was the first broadcast aired on this station and still maintains that spot with the station. During all pastorates, Glass carried on an active radio ministry.
In 1953, Glass accepted the pastorate of the FPC of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and in 1956 he was elected to serve as Home Missions Director in the United States and Canada.
During the 1950’s Tupelo Children’s Mansion was founded. Glass was active in this endeavor and also served on the board of directors.
Glass resigned as Home Missions Director in 1958 and accepted the pastorate of the FPC, formerly known as Bible Hour Tabernacle. In 1962, he went to pastor the Bemis Pentecostal Church. Because of his love for and interest in foreign missions work, he went to Jamaica to strengthen the churches there. IN March, 1968, he resigned the Bemis church and entered the evangelistic field.
July, 1970, found Glass back at his home church in DeRidder and involved in an extensive building program.
In February, 1972, the Foreign Missions Division sent the Glasses to minister to Tokyo, the Philippine Islands, and Hawaii. In Manila, Glass was speaker for the first Southwestern Pacific and Asian regional missionary conference of the UPCI. Glass began attending the School of Missions of the UPCI in 1972, as devotional speaker. He continued as devotional speaker until his death.
Glass resigned DeRidder First Church in 1976. He was elected Pastor Emeritus for life. After his resignation, the Glasses remained active at home and abroad. He served as interim pastor to several churches. After seven months with White Haven UPC in Memphis, Tennessee, Glass was elected pastor Emeritus to this church as well.
After resigning the DeRidder church, the Glasses continued to teach the adult Bible class when at home. During this time, they also drove to Houston, Texas on Mondays and taught four classes on Tuesday and Thursday at Texas Bible College.
During his Lifetime, Glass served in the following positions: evangelist, pastor, superintendent, district secretary-treasurer, associate foreign missions director, Tupelo Children’s Mansion board member, national Home Missions Director, camp meeting speaker, radio speaker, attended all but two of our international conferences and served on various committees, devotional speaker at the school of missions, teacher at TBC, speaker abroad for foreign missions division, and interim pastor to several churches.
Glass departed this life on Saturday Evening, March 17, 1990. He was truly a “Giant among Men,” and we esteem the memory of this great minister of God.

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The Obligation | George Glass Sr. (1978)



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George Glass preaching “The Obligation”
Preached in 1978.
In January, 1933, at the age of 23 years, George L. Glass, Sr. began a ministry that grew and enlarged until the demands of that ministry enabled him to become acquainted with and drawn into every facet of the UPCI work and outreach.
Glass’s first pastorate was at Bethel Grove, near DeRidder, Louisiana in the year 1933. From that time, he was actively engaged in a full time ministry. In 1934, he accepted the pastorate of First Pentecostal Church in Many, Louisiana and in 1936 accepted the pastorate of Faith Tabernacle, Port Arthur, Texas.
During his pastoral years, Glass also served in several organizational positions. He was elected secretary-treasurer of the South Central Association of the Pentecostal Churches, Inc. for 1936-38. In 1938 he was elected superintendent of that same organization while continuing to pastor the Port Arthur congregation. The late A.T. Morgan was a member of the district board.
Glass resigned the superintendency of the South Central Association of the Pentecostal Churches, Inc. in 1940, but was elected t serve the organization as the secretary-treasurer, while also continuing pastoral duties. After the merger into the UPC, and the work grew and districts were formed, Glass continued to serve as the secretary-treasurer of the Louisiana District for 22 years. He was one of the elders who labored many hours to help formulate the constitution and by-laws of the UPCI.
Glass was called to pastor his home church in DeRidder, Louisiana in 1945. While there, church growth demanded building a new church. After completion he was led of the Spirit to pray.
Also, during the year of 1945, Glass was appointed to serve as Associate Foreign Missionary Director, along with the late Wynn Stairs, to the UPCI. He served in this position for eleven years.
A radio station began broadcasting in DeRidder, Louisiana in 1950. The DeRidder FPC was the first broadcast aired on this station and still maintains that spot with the station. During all pastorates, Glass carried on an active radio ministry.
In 1953, Glass accepted the pastorate of the FPC of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and in 1956 he was elected to serve as Home Missions Director in the United States and Canada.
During the 1950’s Tupelo Children’s Mansion was founded. Glass was active in this endeavor and also served on the board of directors.
Glass resigned as Home Missions Director in 1958 and accepted the pastorate of the FPC, formerly known as Bible Hour Tabernacle. In 1962, he went to pastor the Bemis Pentecostal Church. Because of his love for and interest in foreign missions work, he went to Jamaica to strengthen the churches there. IN March, 1968, he resigned the Bemis church and entered the evangelistic field.
July, 1970, found Glass back at his home church in DeRidder and involved in an extensive building program.
In February, 1972, the Foreign Missions Division sent the Glasses to minister to Tokyo, the Philippine Islands, and Hawaii. In Manila, Glass was speaker for the first Southwestern Pacific and Asian regional missionary conference of the UPCI. Glass began attending the School of Missions of the UPCI in 1972, as devotional speaker. He continued as devotional speaker until his death.
Glass resigned DeRidder First Church in 1976. He was elected Pastor Emeritus for life. After his resignation, the Glasses remained active at home and abroad. He served as interim pastor to several churches. After seven months with White Haven UPC in Memphis, Tennessee, Glass was elected pastor Emeritus to this church as well.
After resigning the DeRidder church, the Glasses continued to teach the adult Bible class when at home. During this time, they also drove to Houston, Texas on Mondays and taught four classes on Tuesday and Thursday at Texas Bible College.
During his Lifetime, Glass served in the following positions: evangelist, pastor, superintendent, district secretary-treasurer, associate foreign missions director, Tupelo Children’s Mansion board member, national Home Missions Director, camp meeting speaker, radio speaker, attended all but two of our international conferences and served on various committees, devotional speaker at the school of missions, teacher at TBC, speaker abroad for foreign missions division, and interim pastor to several churches.
Glass departed this life on Saturday Evening, March 17, 1990. He was truly a “Giant among Men,” and we esteem the memory of this great minister of God.

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St. Thomas Church New York City Amazing Stained Glass Windows & Surf City in Manhattan



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Two Planet Productions – Irina & Alan Cinematic Wedding Film – Glass Chapel – Broken Arrow, Oklahoma



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Rio Rancho New Mexico Emergency Auto Glass Replacement | (505) 225-1905



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Holy Cross Church – Stain Glass – Columbus Ohio



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Holy Cross Church in Columbus Ohio looking at the Stain Glass.

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Jacob Tovar – “There Stands the Glass” – The Church Studio – Tulsa, OK – 6/21/13



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Jacob Tovar – “There Stands the Glass” – The Church Studio – Tulsa, OK – 6/21/13

Lynchburg Public Elevator POV



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Alone in St. Anne Church, Detroit, MI.



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