Views:86|Rating:0.00|View Time:14:7Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 This video covers the three day, 100 mile, excursion along Moab’s famous White Rim Trail. The trail is not very technically challenging, so very rideable for most cyclists, but it is quite physically challenging. There are numerous punchy climbs, and it ends with a steep 1,000 foot climb from the river valley to the top of the Rim. Cyclists should be in good condition to ride approximately 30 miles per day. But, it’s a once in a lifetime experience!! I highly recommend this ride for anyone who loves fantastic scenery!
Ron’s World Trail Library:
✔ Arizona – Sedona
o Black Canyon:
o West Sedona Circuit:
✔ British Columbia –Kelowna
o Feel the Love:
o Smith Creek Trails:
✔ British Columbia – Nelson
o Eli Sim:
o Fairly High:
o Paper Bag:
✔ British Columbia – North Vancouver
o 7th Secret:
o John Deer:
✔ British Columbia – Penticton
o Three Blind Mice Trails:
✔ British Columbia – Revelstoke
o Frisby Ridge:
o Ultimate Frisby:
✔ British Columbia – Rossland
o Seven Summits:
✔ British Columbia – Squamish
o Angry Midget:
o Half Nelson:
o Leave of Absence:
o Man Boobs:
o Meadow of the Grizzly:
o Room with a View:
✔ British Columbia – Summerland
o Test of Humanity:
✔ British Columbia – Whistler
o Downhill Park:
o Happy Hour:
o On the Rocks:
o Sea to Sky Trail:
✔ California – San Jose
o Braille Flow Trails:
✔ California – Santa Barbara
o Romero Valley:
✔ Colorado – Fruita
o Zippity Do Da
o Joe’s Ridge
✔ Nevada – Las Vegas
o Boulder City/Mother Trail:
o Red Rock Canyon/Diamond:
o McKenzie River:
✔ Utah – Hurricane
o Gooseberry Mesa:
o Jem Trail System:
o Little Creek Mesa:
✔ Utah – Moab
o Captain Ahab:
o Klondike Bluffs System:
o Navaho Rocks System:
o Porcupine Rim:
o White Rim Trail:
✔ Utah – St. George
o Barrel Roll:
o Bearclaw Poppi:
o Church Rocks:
o Paradise Rim:
o Zen Trail:
✔ Washington – Mount St. Helen
o Plains of Abraham:
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Apologetics Symposium at Cedar Park Church, Bothell WA
December 12th, 2018
The human body is a wonder of God’s creation that provides many extraordinary examples of His creative power. Within each of us reside cells, organs, and systems that are interconnected and interdependent in ways that defy evolutionary explanation. Even today, many functions are not fully understood and yet evolutionists hold fast to their belief that this remarkable machine developed without a creator.
This presentation will highlight many amazing features of the human body, which offer testimony that we were “knit together” and “wonderfully made” to the glory of God.
Psalm 139:13-14 “For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.”
About the Speaker:
Chris Ashcraft is a Christian educator employed as high school science teacher at Cedar Park Christian Schools, and adjunct professor at Northwest University. Chris has also worked in plant biotechnology. He was a research technician at the Cotton Fiber Production Laboratory at Texas Tech University, then at the Plant Transformation Facility at Oklahoma State University, and lastly was the Plant Transformation Specialist for EDEN Bioscience in Bothell Washington.
He obtained a Bachelor of Science in biology from Wayland Baptist University in 1989, a Master of Science in biology from Texas Tech University in 1996, a Master of Education from the University of Washington in 2008, and a Master is Teaching Math and Science from Seattle Pacific University in 2012.
Chris moved from research science into the teaching profession to serve God in Christian education. His decision was motivated by the impact that secular science is having on people of faith. Today, close to 50% of Christian students lose their belief in God while attending secular schools. This tendency could be lessened if the Church was better equipped to defend the authority of Biblical teachings (1 Peter 3:15). To be prepared for these challenges, it is important that Churches provide regular educational programs on creation and other Bible apologetics
This seminar was recorded during our Apologetics Symposium at Cedar Park Church in Bothell Washington (
The NW Creation Network organizes numerous educational programs each year, which feature presentations by speakers, scientists, and authors who are dedicated to defending the Bible and the Christian worldview. These events are open to the public and free to attend.
Northwest Creation Network
Apologetics Symposium – with live webcast
Seattle Creation Conference – organized since 2004.
Learn more about how science supports the Bible at our CreationWiki: Encyclopedia of Creation Science.
Views:7767887|Rating:4.46|View Time:11:50Minutes|Likes:27578|Dislikes:3307 12 Most Incredible Abandoned Millionaires Mansions !
What secrets are kept by the abandoned mansions of millionaires? What could have made the owners desert their home, leaving all the property inside? Unmade beds, dirty dishes in the sink, pools full of dry leaves, and unfinished game of billiards, it almost seems like time stood still… Today we will visit the most incredible and breathtaking abandoned mansions of millionaires, among which there is the house of Steve Jobs, Bruce Lee and the mansion of Mike Tyson himself. But we won´t ramble for much longer, let´s get started!
Views:136|Rating:5.00|View Time:57:14Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Pastor Tom Van Kempen continues our summer series titled “The Incredibles” by continuing last weeks message “Incredible Family”
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Views:1106|Rating:4.95|View Time:13:22Minutes|Likes:92|Dislikes:1 During my 3rd explore of Italy, I headed off to a huge abandoned hospital, knowing very little about it other than the fact that it closed down a few years ago after a more modern one was built to replace it just a few doors down. I had low hopes for it, but it ended up being one of my favorite explores to date.
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Views:1792|Rating:4.93|View Time:12:34Minutes|Likes:132|Dislikes:2 Today we explore a rare untouched church that was built in 1897 and abandoned in the early 2000’s. For almost 20 years this beautiful building has sat abandoned, completely frozen in time with everything left behind. Forgotten by the people that once worshiped there and Unknown to vandals. Join us as we explore this incredible location.
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Views:4476|Rating:4.70|View Time:5:21Minutes|Likes:47|Dislikes:3 Aaron + Casey were married at Second Empire in Raleigh, NC with only 20 people witnessing their amazing vows to one another. Intimate weddings can be amazing and here’s the perfect example!
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Views:174092|Rating:4.83|View Time:11:Minutes|Likes:1051|Dislikes:37 Dr. Kevin Cosby, the senior pastor at St. Stephen Church in Louisville, Kentucky, delivered this incredible speech Friday at the funeral of boxing great Muhammad Ali, reflecting on how his legacy was so closely tied to the story of Civil Rights.
Views:290|Rating:4.81|View Time:3:49Minutes|Likes:25|Dislikes:1 In this weeks exploration video FREE4ALL explores an abandoned Chicago church! This church has some amazing graffiti and is just an incredible church to be in! In this weeks video we continued to try out a new video format! We hope you like it!
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Views:14891|Rating:4.66|View Time:4:50Minutes|Likes:206|Dislikes:15 Just driving around, and found this cool old house… Several Satanic symbols liter the walls, and in the back a shed with a pit of DOOM. I wish I had my spirit box with me, but unfortunately I didn’t. I’ve got some cool videos coming out in the future so be on the lookout… Haunted bridges, abandoned churches, civil war battle fields, and much much more!
Views:2049|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:Minutes|Likes:11|Dislikes:0 – “It was the first integrated church in America, it was the first church to have free seating, Abraham Lincoln spoke here, Jenny Lind sang here, Charles Dickens read the first Christmas Carol reading in Boston, the Emancipation Proclamation first was read here in Boston in 1863, so it does have a rich history,” proclaims Rev. Dr. Denton Lotz, the Pastor of Tremont Temple Baptist Church.
Indeed, Tremont Temple Baptist Church, located in the heart of downtown Boston, has historically been committed to advancing faith, community, and social justice. At a time when worshippers had to pay for church pews, Tremont Temple was founded on the premise of offering free services for everyone. The church also supported the abolitionist movement by strictly forbidding any individual who participated in the act of slavery from attending.
Today, Tremont Temple Baptist Church continues its open tradition and prides itself as the International Church at 88 Tremont. Attend a Sunday service and you will be welcomed by a congregation that resembles an assembly of the United Nations. “Everyone is welcome here,” announces one enthusiastic church member. “I particularly like the diversity of the church,” declares another. Watch this video and find out why you should come to Tremont Temple!
Experience Tremont Temple Baptist Church: Where an Incredible History Meets a New Beginning.