A biker church that is changing lives…



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While visiting The Cove in Asheville, NC, Greg and Michelle Ramsey share how they planted a biker church in Greenville, SC. You will hear how they are living out God’s purpose for them and how the Freedom Biker Church is changing lives. Go to www.FreedomBikerChurch.com for more information.
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The Bridge Inc. of Nashville, TN. Changing the lives of Nashville’s homeless.



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In Nashville, Davidson County there are over 11,000 homeless. Candy Christmas shares her story about how The Bridge came about with a simple pot of food. Thank you to Jon Davis of Davisual Media, Inc. for putting this video together for us! Please LIKE this video and leave a COMMENT below.

Homeless Shelter is helping to save lives in Denver



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Samaritan House shelters in Denver, Colorado help individuals experiencing homeless. In this video, Cindy shares how the shelter has helped her find a path to self-sufficiency. To learn more about Samaritan House visit

The Town that Lives Underground



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Coober Pedy in South Australia is a town almost completely built underground.
It is located 526 miles or 846 km north of Adelaide on the Stuart Highway.
A 2011 census found there was a population of 1695 people living there.
The name Coober Pedy comes from a local Aboriginal term kupa-piti which means boys waterhole.
This town is referred to as the opal capital of the world because of the incredible opals that are pulled from the mine near town.
Most people live in below ground houses called dugouts which dramatically help with the scorching daytime heat.
A standard 3 bedroom house costs about the same to build than an above ground home. Below ground homes remain at a steady temperature where above ground homes need air conditioning to survive the hot Australian heat. Temperatures in summer time can go above 104 degrees F or 40 degrees celsius.
The first houses in Coober Pedy were holes dug in search for opals, once an area was cleared of any opals it became someone’s tiny house. Today opal mining isn’t allowed within town limits but you can always add another room to your house which isn’t considered mining.
Back in the old days all the underground homes were built with picks and shovels but today only modern machinery is used and does the job significantly faster. When a tunneling machine finishes a room an attractive pattern is left on the walls and ceiling which is then finished off with a clear sealer to prevent dust.
The town relies on tourism and the opal mine for most of the employment.
The first opal found in Coober Pedy was on February 1st 1915, today Coober Pedy features over 70 opal fields making it the largest opal mining area of the world.
The opals sell at wholesale auction for around $50 – $200 per thumb sized opal. Nothing like $100 dollar bills in the walls of your house.
The mine is a popular tourist attraction but the town also has people visit the graveyard and the 2 underground churches. There are more than 1 motels that offer underground accommodation ranging from a single room to than entire motel being underground.
The one and only tree within the town is welded from scrap pieces of iron which sits on a hilltop overlooking the town.
Surprisingly there is a golf course in town which is completely void of grass and played at night time with golf balls that glow in the dark. Golfers will take a patch of turf around with them for the tee off at each hole. The Coober Pedy golf club is the only one in the world to have reciprocal rights at world famous St. Andrews club.
The town also has a Australian football club that must travel 560 miles or 900 km just to play their matches at Roxby Downs.
Coober Pedy is a very isolated place, temperatures can swing from scorching hot during the day to almost freezing at night.

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Because He Lives !!! Pastor Charles Lawson ( Re-Upload )



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Because He Lives !!! Pastor Charles Lawson ( Re- Upload )
IF you dont believe then Ask Him ! Lord Jesus are you real !!
He will answer you ! In some way He will SHOW YOU He is REAL and TRUE !
Sunday (Morning) Preaching: Jan 6 2019

When the Actively Vicious Persecutor of Those of “the Way,” Saul of Tarsus, Met the Living Saviour, Jesus, He Was Transformed. It Must Be an Encounter, Person-To-Person [of the Lord Jesus Christ], That Changes a Dead Religion Into a New Birth and New Life. Scripture: Acts 7:58

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Rodger is 83 years-old and lives in van near Seattle.



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Rodger is 83 years-old and lives in van near Seattle. He says it’s not that bad. He doesn’t have to pay rent, and that leaves him with enough money to get a good meal or go to a movie. Rodger says that if he was paying $700 or $800 a months rent, he would not have enough money leftover to pay his car insurance or to simply have any quality of life.

Rodger says he hasn’t given much effort to getting off the streets, but when I asked him if he could afford an apartment would he get off the streets…Rodger responded he would.

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Teen Challenge – Transforming Lives | Teen Challenge Illinois Jacqui’s Story Video



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Hear Jacqui’s touching story of how Teen Challenge changed her life.
Teen Challenge is the oldest, largest and most successful program of its kind in the world. Teen Challenge was founded 50 years ago in New York City. Teen Challenge of IL has transformed hearts and lives throughout the generations. We aren’t promising record deals or book signings, those things may come. What sets Teen Challenge Illinois apart from other treatment programs and facilities is that our lives model the results you will hear about.

Abraham Lincoln Lives ! Portrayed by Gerald Bestrom



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Gerald Bestrom (1937–2012)
(who played Lincoln in “The Conspirator” film) visits school children while impersonating Abraham Lincoln, telling stories, giving illistrations and sharing history from Lincolns life and values that made him a great president.
The guest speaker, striding out before an audience of about 150 second-graders, has coal-black hair and a beard with no mustache and wears black trousers; a long, black frock coat; a bow tie; and a stovepipe hat.
“This man needs no introduction today,” a second-grade teacher says by way of introduction.
“I know, that’s Abe Lincoln,” a girl says.
To be honest, the visitor is merely a retired auto worker from Michigan named Gerald Bestrom. In the minds of many students, though, he really is Honest Abe, the frontiersman-cumpresident from Kentucky via Indiana and Illinois.
The real Abraham Lincoln held a nation together during tumultuous times, and the Lincoln impersonator does something similarly impressive: he holds the attention of a gaggle of 7- and 8-year-olds for nearly an hour.
Bestrom began exploring his inner Abe in the late 1980s after a churchmate noted his resemblance to Lincoln, even though Bestrom was clean-shaven at the time. Bestrom grew a beard, and in 1990 he retired from an automobile factory in Grand Rapids, Mich., and hit the road to make appearances at schools, churches and retirement centers. Bestrom lodges in a 27-foot motor home with the license plate, “ITS-ABE.”
Bestrom, a native of Michigan, (Hastings) bears an uncanny resemblance to the late president; complete with the thick, dark beard, dark hair and sharply prominent facial features. It’s amazing how much he looks like all the pictures of Lincoln.
Bestrom claims that in 20 years, he has never lost a Lincoln look-alike contest.
Lincoln was a little bit taller than me, Bestrom admitted.
He famously said that he was 6’4″, almost. Im 6’1″, almost. It would be nearly impossible to measure up to President Lincoln, but I am a little better looking–almost.
In addition to the Gettysburg address, Bestroms performans old-timey songs with a musical saw, gives trivia questions and brief history lessons.
Theres a real longing today for the principals and morals that made his a great nation, Bestrom explaines.
Lincoln was not a perfect man, but he endeavored to live up to the light.
He famously said that nothing is politically right that is morally wrong. We need leaders that think like that today.

Part of Our Lives: A People’s History of the American Public Library



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The public library is a “part of our lives,” argues a new book on the history of American libraries as told through the testimonies of those who use them. Library historian Wayne A. Wiegand makes the case for why the library has survived and flourished in the 21st century, “despite dire predictions in the late 20th century that public libraries would not survive the turn of the millennium.”

Speaker Biography: Wayne A. Wiegand is the F. William Summers professor emeritus at the School of Information at Florida State University and one of the nation’s leading library historians.

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Carolina Church Shooting: O’ wrong–Guns SAVE Lives!



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Just hours after the tragic shooting in a South Carolina church, President Barack Obama resumed his fanatical war on the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding gun owners.

“Now’s the time for mourning and for healing, but let’s be clear — at some point we as a country will have to reckon with the fact that this type of mass violence does not happen in other advanced countries,” Obama said.

Really? Has the President forgotten just some of the foreign massacres that have taken place during his presidency — shootings that claimed far more lives than the nine which were tragically lost in South Carolina? How about:

* The attacks from earlier this year — which began at Charlie Hebdo in Paris and continued for 48 hours around the region — that resulted in 17 people being murdered;

* Or the Anders Breivik murders in Norway in 2011 where 77 people were murdered — 69 of them with firearms;

* Or the Derrick Bird shootings in Cumbria, England that left 12 people dead in 2010.

In each of these cases, the armed perpetrators ignored strict gun control laws in acquiring and carrying their weapons.

One of the biggest problems at South Carolina church is that the potential victims were disarmed by law.

In the Palmetto State, a concealed carry permit holder can carry in places of worship with permission from a church official. Unfortunately, the pastor was an anti-gun activist. As a state senator, the Pastor had voted against concealed carry.

But the President completely misses all of this. He ignores the fact that this was yet another example where a massacre took place in a Gun Free Zone.

“We don’t have all the facts, but we do know that, once again, innocent people were killed in part because someone who wanted to inflict harm had no trouble getting their hands on a gun,” Obama said.

To the contrary, armed civilians have actually prevented several mass shootings from occurring — and some of them in churches. Consider:

* This past New Year’s Eve, a Florida pastor prevented a possible mass shooting at his church — and saved the lives of several men, women and children — when he used his firearm to incapacitate a shooter.

* In the President’s home city of Chicago, an Uber driver used his concealed firearm this year to stop a gunman who was firing into a crowd of people. The Assistant State’s Attorney Barry Quinn praised the Uber driver for “acting in self-defense and in the defense of others.”

* In March, police credited a concealed carrier with saving several lives, including those of children, in a Philadelphia barber shop.

* And in years past, attempted massacres were brought to a screeching halt at churches in South Africa and Colorado solely because there were concealed carriers in the service who were able to shoot back against armed thugs.

No wonder that almost 90% of police in America believe that the way to reduce casualties in mass shootings is to allow citizens to carry firearms concealed.

The President wants to blame an inanimate object — the gun. But that just deflects blame away from the real culprit: gun control policies that leave people defenseless in the face of evil perpetrators who are never effectively prevented from acquiring weapons.

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