Views:3475|Rating:4.71|View Time:1:10:46Minutes|Likes:16|Dislikes:1 Donald Trump Full Speech in Phoenix, Arizona July 11, 2015 – 2016 Presidential Campaign Rally
Donald Trump rocks AZ house: ‘Don’t Worry, We’ll Take Our Country Back’ ‘We have to take back the heart of our country’. Republican presidential contender Donald Trump continued to emphasize illegal immigration and border security Saturday, telling thousands of supporters in Phoenix that he would keep the United States secure and dominant in the global economy.
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“Don’t worry, we’ll take our country back,” he said.
Views:845|Rating:3.75|View Time:58:11Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:1 First Free Sunday July 1, 2012
Message From First Free
Pastor Shane Holden
“A Church That Loves Part III: “Looking Out” – Romans 12:9-21
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Rev. Sedrick L. Cross, Pastor
Rev. Corey May and Rev. Shawn Campbell, Associate Ministers
First Baptist Church of Sweet Home, Arkansas
6825 Hwy 365 South, Little Rock, Arkansas 72206
Video: www.YouTube.com/First Baptist Church of Sweet Home, Arkansas
email: [email protected]
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Views:8809|Rating:3.79|View Time:34:40Minutes|Likes:47|Dislikes:15 On July 4, 2014, Thomas John Bauer and Nilo Discartin Ventura were married at Christ Episcopal Church in Sausalito, California by Father Chip Larrimore after 19 years together.
At long last, here is what we were able to salvage from our wedding video. As some of you may know, we attempted to Live Stream the wedding so our friends and family around the world could watch it live as it was happening. Unfortunately, the broadcast failed six minutes into the ceremony and as a result, the video does not contain the entrance of our wedding party and us nor does it have the wonderfully delivered readings done by Nick Galante and Jean McGrath-Bauer.
The video picks up from the gospel reading. Please make sure you listen to the remarkable sermon by our friend, Father Chip Barker Larrimore who got almost as much attention for it as we did for getting married. It was pretty incredible as was our nephew Christopher Stebner who performed a remarkable violin solo of the Ave Maria. The end of the video shows the butterfly release we did in honor our deceased parents, my Mom,Mary Ann and Nilo’s parents Magdalena and Faustino.
Thank you to Kevin Chak for filming the wedding and to Alex King for editing the film. Without the two of you, we would not have this remembrance of our very special day.
We hope that you find the video as beautiful, special and moving as we do. This was the most special day we have spent together in 19 years and we are very happy to share it with all of our friends.
Views:1683|Rating:4.17|View Time:2:42:13Minutes|Likes:25|Dislikes:5 As part of the Mandela Centenary the Methodist Church in Orlando East is honouring the Mandela family with prayer service. This as Madiba was firmly grounded in that congregation.
Views:3096938|Rating:4.23|View Time:1:59Minutes|Likes:3788|Dislikes:694 The news goes absolutely Batshit over the Middle Eastern term “Haboob,” which they all used to characterize the amazing Dust Storm that took Phoenix, Arizona by surprise yesterday.
Views:1030|Rating:5.00|View Time:23:43Minutes|Likes:6|Dislikes:0 Rick Dewey was the youngest DJ at 5 Top 40 rock stations, starting at age 18. At WAAY Huntsville, Alabama, he was age 20, working the late afternoon drive / evening shift, 5:30 – 11:30 PM, Monday-Friday (if memory serves). Note from Rick: “This aircheck was my last night on the air at WAAY, 10 days before the first NASA Moon Landing. Being my last day there, my energy level was sort of off the charts, excited to be returning West in a few days to my friends at college and also taking a dare from a local friend in Decatur to see if I could be the craziest (and loudest) that night I had ever been on the air. This was the only night it got this semi-nuts, but it was fun. (A little background: I had mostly lived in Decatur, started radio at WSHF Sheffield in 1967, switched to WAJF Decatur, KOVO Provo, UT [while in college], then a summer at WOWL Florence and WAAY [sort of the pinnacle for many DJs who wanted to work in radio yet stay local, as it was the top station in North Alabama in the 60s]; then it was back to KOVO before volunteer church service overseas for two years in England, and finally back to Utah at KIXX and KOVO before finishing radio in 1976, sequeing into freelance writing for my career.) Elsewhere on YouTube I’m posting an aircheck from KOVO 2 months after this night, and I might put on an aircheck from KIXX about 2 and a half years later, a MOR (“middle of the road”) music station, my 6th overall. But WAAY was one of the funnest. Note that they went all out getting the best jingles in the world – from PAMS in Dallas – spending in today’s money about a million dollars for the decade of the 60’s, I was told. We had a great program director in Glen Buxton and other great guys to work with like Jim Kell. The owner, Mr. Smith, was amazing to work for, going all-out to secure the jingles and talent to compete, quality-wise, with stations in much bigger markets, and letting us be creative. It was a fun, great time to be in radio!”