Wolverton Mountain – Live! Claude King



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A VERY SAD DAY!!! 03/07/2013 THE GREAT CLAUDE KING HAS DIED, ABOUT 5:30 AM.
TO ALL FANS OF CLAUDE, THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT. HE WAS 90 YEARS OLD ON FEB, 5 2013, SUCH A GREAT MAN AND ENTERTAINER WE WILL ALL MISS
HIM…..AGAIN THANK YOU, ALL CLAUDE KING FANS.
David (Cotton Dan) the Cotton Dan Band.

Feb, 2007 Claude King at the age of 84 years young was honored by his hometown of Shreveport La. With many awards and a “Star” on the walk of stars. The Cotton Dan Band and other musicians who have worked with Claude all gathered together for a great afternoon of fun and praise of this great country music legend.
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and also look for other Cotton Dan videos

The Gray Havens – Ghost Of A King Official Lyric Video



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COME SEE US THIS WINTER/SPRING ON OUR STOREHOUSE TOUR! Tickets Below!

2/7 – ATLANTA, GA –
2/8 – CHARLESTON, SC –
2/9 – GAINESVILLE, FL –
2/10 – ORLANDO, FL –
2/13 – FAIRHOPE, AL –
2/14 – GONZALES, LA –
2/15 – HOUSTON, TX –
2/16 – AUSTIN, TX –
2/17 – SAN ANTONIO, TX –
2/19 – DALLAS, TX –
2/21 – BRYAN, TX –
2/22 – MCKINNEY, TX –
2/23 – WACO, TX –
2/27 – KNOXVILLE, TN –
3/1 – LYNCHBURG, VA –
3/2 – RALEIGH, NC –
3/3 – HIGH POINT, NC –
3/21 – CINCINNATTI, OH –
3/22 – PITTSBURGH, PA –
3/23 – WADSWORTH, OH –
3/24 – ANNE ARBOR, MI –
3/27 – FLINT, MI –
3/28 – SPRING ARBOR, MI –
3/29 – GRAND RAPIDS, MI –
4/3 – ST. PAUL, MN –
4/4 – DES MOINES, IA –
4/6 – KANSAS CITY, MO –
4/10 – INDIANAPOLIS, IN –
4/11 – LOUISVILLE, KY –
Ghost of a King is the title track from The Gray Havens new album.

Now available on iTunes!

Gandhi vs Martin Luther King Jr. Epic Rap Battles of History



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Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. face off in this episode of Epic Rap Battles of History. Who won? You decide. [ERB Season 6 begins Spring 2019]
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Jordan Peele

Mahatma Gandhi: Keegan-Michael Key

White Preacher in Civil Rights March: EpicLLOYD

White Preacher in Indian Rights March: Nice Peter

Civil Rights March Extras:
Nikki Jenkins, Davina Friedlander, Ifechukude Nwadiwe, Rique Castilloveitia, Nic Parris, Clarence L. Gaines IV, Jose Mendoza and Donnie McMillin

Indian Rights March Extras:
Jose Molina, Dante Cimadamore, Rafael Serrano, Abisai Flores, Brian Fisher and Atul Singh

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Executive Producers:
Peter Shukoff & Lloyd Ahlquist

Written by:
Nice Peter, EpicLLOYD, Jordan Peele, Keegan-Michael Key, Dante Cimadamore, Mike Betette and Zach Sherwin…who incidentally, was the guy who wrote that naan bread line.

Beat Produced by:
Hollywood Legend Productions

Song Produced by:
Nice Peter and Choco

Mixed by:
Choco

Directed by:
Dave McCary

Edited by:
Dave McCary and Nice Peter

Compositing and Background Design by:
Andrew Sherman

Director of Photography:
Jon Na

Gaffer:
Arthur Hong

Assistant Editor:
Ryan Moulton

Assistant Editor:
Marc Chester

Music Supervisor and Playback:
Dante Cimadamore

Costume Design:
Sulai Lopez

Makeup and Hair:
Ashlyn Melancon

Art Department:
Matt Sherin

Art Consultant:
Mary Gutfleisch

Production Assistant/BTS Photographer:
Trent Turner

Production Coordinator:
Atul Singh

Production Assistant/BTS Camera:
Jose Mendoza

Production Assistant:
Shaun Lewin

Produced by:
Michelle Maloney for Maker Studios

Special thanks to Key & Peele’s crew: Tara and Zach

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Ryan is King of the Town – a Look at Traverse City’s Faith Community Ending Homelessness.



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As Invisible People travels amplifying the voice of people experiencing homelessness to educate and inspire, there are so many other important stories of homeless people and service providers not being told. Part of the transition to a new Invisible People is I want to create more educational content. I am trying to figure out a way to bring you all along with me to experience those stories. Because it’s just me and I can only use the resources I have now, I am trying to use a vlog format. This video is the second episode that will be an ongoing behind the scenes look at my work and adventures! Here is a link to the first episode:

Creating more educational content and figuring out some way to bring you all along with me is the reason I started a Patreon page [ I have never been able to give 100% of my time to help Invisible People reach it’s potential in ending homelessness, but once we succeed in achieving a few goals my hope and prayer is that I will be able to do this full time! Who knows, maybe even hire production crews to help capture more stories and make better videos.

When I started the day with Ryan driving around Traverse City meeting homeless people, I did not know what to expect. I just hit the record button on the camera along the way. I also didn’t plan on making such a long video. There is so much information that came up about homelessness and housing homeless people I felt it was important to include.

The biggest highlight of the day and this video is how the faith-based community in Traverse City has stepped up to provide services to homeless people.

We visited a church that provides a morning meal and showers. Then we visited a church-run day center that is probably the nicest rural day center I have ever visited. They even provide a storage solution, which is so important to homeless people yet offering storage is rare in secular homeless services!

Ryan takes me to visit a homeless woman newly placed in housing! She was sleeping outside for 38 years! It’s a powerful segment. Antoinette shares candidly about after spending so much time homeless that now being indoors makes her uncomfortable. Her story highlights the importance housing and that we much never give up on people!

We then meet a group of homeless people in the local library. Ryan does an intake with a homeless woman who fell and broke her back. Whitey helps a homeless man with her phone take an employment test online to hopefully get a job. It’s a powerful digital inclusion story! Everything these days is online yet homeless people or people in poverty do not have access to the internet.

We end the day touring the new shelter being built by 24 area churches. The church used to host homeless people in a rotating shelter model. That’s where people experiencing homelessness have to travel between the churches. It is so amazing seeing churches collaborate to build a facility so now the churches will rotate and the homeless people will always go to one place!

Because of automation, we will soon see massive layoffs. Homeless service budgets will continue to shrink because there will be less funding! The only way we will end homelessness or even see a significant reduction is through the faith-based community working with each other and their community to provide real solutions to homeless people. My visit to Traverse City left me inspired that churches can and will work together to end homelessness.

If you work or volunteer in homeless services or a faith-based ministry, I hope you’ll watch this entire video and share it with your network. More people need to hear this message of dignity, love collaboration, housing, and providing real tangible solutions to people experiencing homelessness.

Special thanks to:

Ryan Hannon and Goodwill Northern Michigan’s Street Outreach

Central United Methodist Church Outreach

Jubilee House

Safe Harbor of Grand Traverse, Inc

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Nicene Creed | King of Kings Omaha



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For week one of our series “I Believe”, our congregation joined together to say the Nicene Creed.

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Take Me to the King – Allison Johns



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“Take Me to the King” performed by Allison Johns and the FBC JAX choir and orchestra at the First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Downtown Campus

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King David Part 5. “Leadership”



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From a simple shepherd boy to a mighty king, King David was a man of courage, humility, loyalty, authority, worship, leadership, & brokeness. Pastor David Chadwick shares why all of these attributes made King David “A man after God’s Own Heart” and unpacks the power of having a heart for God.

Yves’ Story | Operation Christmas Child | King of Kings Omaha



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Pastor Dan Weber interviews Yves Dushime, who received a box from Operation Christmas Child as a child in Togo.

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Fyre Festival’s Andy King Reacts to ‘Blow Job King of the World’ Title



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John King



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John G. King ’50 PhD ’53
Francis Friedman Professor of Physics, Emeritus

Twice a graduate of MIT, John G. King is the Francis Freidman professor of physics, emeritus, and a member of the MIT faculty for more than 42 years. His personal mission during his time as a teacher of the Institute’s students was to create new methods for teaching physics that stressed hands-on learning and independent thinking. In addition, Professor King is a renowned experimental physicist, responsible for such scientific innovations as his null experiments, the molecular microscope, and the atomic clock. He has been recognized for his achievements as an educator, receiving the Oersted Medal from the American Association of Physics Teachers and the Alfred P. Sloan Award.

Lead On, O King Eternal (The Hastings College Choir)



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The Hastings College Choir, under the direction of Dr. Fritz Mountford, sings our traditional “Lancashire Fanfare” (set by composer Lloyd Larson); choir member John Francis plays trumpet obligato. The choir is joined by faculty, staff, and students in singing the designated Hastings College Hymn led by Diane Aikin playing the acclaimed mid-century, forty-rank Austin organ in the historic sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church in Hastings, Nebraska.

Hastings College, founded in 1882, is a private, four-year liberal arts institution affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA). The college is located in Hastings, Nebraska.