Booth Brothers / Greater Vision / Legacy Five / Hoppers (Statement of Faith) 04-30-10

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This performance was at the Great Western Fan Festival at the Visalia Convention Center in Visalia, California, on April 30, 2010.

Ralph Rapson: A Legacy in Architecture and Design

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Ralph Rapson, former dean of the University of Minnesota School of Architecture (1954-1984), was the designer of iconic Twin Cities buildings — such as the original Guthrie Theater, Cedar Square West, and the Rarig Center for the Performing Arts.

Still a practicing architect when he died in 2008 at the age of 93, Rapson’s modernist style influenced generations of architects. This exhibit is a retrospective of his many building and furniture designs.

The Legacy of Ola Belle Reed: Concert

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In celebration of the legacy of the pioneering old-time musician Ola Belle Reed (1916-2002), Reed’s son Dave Reed, her nephew Hugh Campbell and members of the acclaimed bluegrass band Danny Paisley and Southern Grass gather to perform bluegrass and gospel songs of their Appalachian heritage.

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The Assyrian Legacy in the Cradle of Civilization

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Amir Harrak from the University of Toronto presented “The Neo-Assyrian Winged Bulls and their Origins.” Christopher Woods from the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago discussed Mesopotamian literature in general and the preservation of the Gilgamesh Epic. Simo Parpola from the University of Helsinki discussed Assyria after the collapse of the Empire and the impact of Assyrian statecraft, religion and visual arts on the ancient and modern world. First of three sessions in a daylong symposium.

Speaker Biography: Amir Harrak is an associate professor in the University of Toronto’s department of Near and Middle Eastern civilizations.

Speaker Biography: Christopher Woods is an associate professor of Sumerian at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

Speaker Biography: Simo Parpol is a professor emeritus of Assyriology at the University of Helsinki.

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Champions of Change: Cesar Chavez Legacy

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The White House honors 10 local leader who exemplify Cesar Chavez’s core values, including service to others, knowledge, innovation, acceptance of all people, and respect for life and the environment, and have dedicated themselves to improving the lives of others throughout their community and across the Nation.

Steve Hill – Legacy Of Revival

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On Sunday, March 9th, Evangelist and Pastor Steve Hill went home to be with the Lord.

After experiencing his own deliverance from drugs, alcohol and crime in 1975, Steve Hill dedicated his life to serving the Lord, and led many to salvation during his time here on Earth. He served as the evangelist during the Brownsville Revival in Pensacola, Florida from 1995 to 2000, which drew more than 4 million people from 150 different nations. Thousands of lives were dramatically transformed through this revival as the power of Christ was ministered to those in attendance. Steve and his wife, Jeri, were also the founders and senior pastors of Heartland World Ministries Church in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Steve Hill was a great man of God who dedicated his life to serving the Lord, and he will be greatly missed. Please remember to keep his family in your prayers during this difficult season.

The Armenian Genocide Legacy: A Book Talk with Alexis Demirdjian

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Alexis Demirdjian, author and trial lawyer with the International Criminal Court, discussed law and the Armenian Genocide, including judicial explanations and legal remedies. Demirdjian discussed his recent book, “The Armenian Genocide Legacy,” which focuses on the impact of the Armenian Genocide. The talk was moderated by Harvard Law School Professor Alex Whiting and was sponsored by the Human Rights Program.

The Legacy – Steve Hill

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Have you ever wondered what people will remember about you once you are gone? What kind of legacy will you leave? In this message you’ll take a journey through the lives of powerful men and women of God, whose legacies are still affecting lives today – and revisit the rotting memories of the wicked.

This inspiring and encouraging message is sure to cause you to consider what mark you are leaving in the lives of those around you If you know the memories you’d leave behind aren’t so good, there’s good news: it’s not to late to change! Jesus laid the foundation for every one of us to leave a good legacy.

Fueled by his own dramatic deliverance from drugs, alcohol and crime back in 1975, Steve Hill dedicates his life to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ around the world. His love for people and his passion for genuine, God-breathed revival have only intensified after years of missionary work, church planting, and evangelistic crusades.

Steve has been powerfully used by the Lord in two of the greatest revivals in the past century: in the Argentine revival and the Brownsville Revival in Pensacola, Florida. During these revivals,hundreds of thousands came to Christ and were transformed by the presence and power of the Holy Spirit.

He and his wife, Jeri, have planted churches in Argentina, Spain, and Russia. They are the founders and senior pastors of Heartland World Ministries Church, a thriving group of believers in the Dallas, Fort Worth area.

Each year, Steve shares the gospel to millions around the world through foreign and domestic crusades, television broadcasts, and various outreaches. Whether ministering in the US or on the foreign field, Steve continues to call the lost to Jesus and challenge believers to go after God.

Leaving a Legacy Part 5 – “Leaving a Legacy of Vision” by Pastor Joe Calloway

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Leaving a Legacy of Vision – Leaving a Legacy Part 5 by Pastor Joe Calloway

Grace Walk Church Phoenix is a church located in Southwest Phoenix in the 85043 area code, near Tolleson, Avondale, and Laveen. 
7840 W. Lower Buckeye Rd, PHX, 85043

Leaving a Legacy Part 6 – “Leaving a Legacy of Marriage” by Pastors Joe and Tammy Calloway

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Leaving a Legacy of Marriage – Leaving a Legacy Part 6 by Pastors Joe and Tammy Calloway

Grace Walk Church Phoenix is a church located in Southwest Phoenix in the 85043 area code, near Tolleson, Avondale, and Laveen. 
7840 W. Lower Buckeye Rd, PHX, 85043

Leaving a Legacy Part 4 – “Leaving a Legacy of Courage” by Pastor Michael Penn

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Leaving a Legacy of Courage – Leaving a Legacy Part 4 by Pastor Michael Penn

Grace Walk Church Phoenix is a church located in Southwest Phoenix in the 85043 area code, near Tolleson, Avondale, and Laveen. 
7840 W. Lower Buckeye Rd, PHX, 85043

Victims Legacy El Paso

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You can read the article that this video is part of by following this link:

I was recently able to sit down with Veronica Herrera, the founder of Victims Legacy, and Carmen Tellez. These two women shared with me the stories of how they lost family in accidents caused by drunk drivers.

Ms. Herrera founded Victims Legacy with quite a few aims in mind. They are an advocacy group who works for the victims and their families. They are also working to educate the public about the dangers of drunk driving. One other aspect I like, they are working to change the mindset that seems to be overly prevalent here in El Paso. That mindset is that it is okay to drive drunk, as long as you are not too drunk.

I have mentioned, in the opening sequence that I have also learned about forgiveness. If these two remarkable women can forgive the person who snatched away their loved ones, then I can forgive others as well- and this includes a serial killer from Texas.

I have posted this video in advance of an article that will run at the El Paso Herald-Post for a number of reasons. First, I feel that their message is an important one. We need to hear what these women have to say, and we need to listen now. Even if we do not drink, we may know someone who does.

This is also part of a series where we will be featuring the story of a different person/family each month.

If you would like to contact Victims Legacy, you may reach them via their Facebook page at:


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