Views:19402|Rating:4.97|View Time:3:26Minutes|Likes:173|Dislikes:1 Have you ever wondered how God feels about you? In this session, Matt Chandler, Lead Pastor of The Village Church near Dallas, discusses the fact that God delights in you.
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Matt Chandler serves as lead pastor of The Village Church in Highland Village, TX. He describes his 7 year tenure at The Village as a re-planting effort where he was involved in changing the theological and philosophical culture of the congregation. The church has witnessed a tremendous response growing from 160 people to over 5000 including two satellite campuses (Denton and Northway). Alongside his current role as lead pastor, Matt is involved in church planting efforts both locally and internationally through The Village and various strategic partnerships. Prior to accepting the pastorate at The Village, Matt had a vibrant itinerant ministry for over ten years where he spoke to hundreds of thousands of people in America and abroad about the glory of God and beauty of Jesus. His greatest joy outside of Jesus is being married to Lauren and being a dad to their three children, Audrey, Reid, and Norah.
Views:539|Rating:0.00|View Time:17Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 These 19th century Tribeca neighborhood New York City buildings are located on Church St across the street from the Tribeca Grand Hotel. We stayed at the hotel in May 2011 and this video is the view from our window. It is also the same time and location of a very cool HDR photo that I took of New York City.
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Views:3676|Rating:5.00|View Time:6:9Minutes|Likes:69|Dislikes:0 We visited Florence AZ and filmed this promo video for St. Anthony’s Monastery showcasing their beautiful property that includes amazing landscapes, architecture and churches. We hope you enjoy watching the video as much as we enjoyed creating it. Check out more at
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This is a video highlighting the Red Hot Preaching Conference which took place at Verity Baptist Church in Sacramento California on Thursday July 28th – Sunday July 31st 2016. I was fortunate enough to make it down there for the event and was able to capture some great footage right from the front row! Not only was the preaching great but I also met some really cool people along with going soul-winning and having amazing fellowship!
Churches today lack preachers who will thunder forth the whole word of God from the pulpit, and this is usually because of fear. The pastors preaching at this conference are not afraid to preach against sin and expose false prophets and lies. As Christians we must continually make an effort not to sin, and hard preaching is the remedy for sin. Hard preaching works!
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Views:1015|Rating:4.17|View Time:13:27Minutes|Likes:20|Dislikes:4 In his documentary, Chicago Victory Church: Total Recovery is Possible, Stephen Rivas uses Christian testimonies to present his solution to fighting addiction.
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From what seems like out of NOWHERE Nicki Minaj has resurfaced. She just made her 2018 social media debut a casual four months into the year. Nicki took to Instagram and Twitter yesterday to tease two new songs coming this Thursday, April 12th. Nicki first gifted the internet with this photo, clearly the cover art for a new song called Barbie Tingz. She captioned the photo writing, “#BarbieTingz 🦄Thursday🦄 10amPst 1pmEst everywhere.” But Nicki isn’t exactly dressed like a Barbie, but actually kinda the opposite, seeing as she’s covered neck-to-toe. Nicki is posing with a shocked look on her face, while those doll-masked ladies look like they’re about to murder us in our sleep.
So it’s safe to say Nicki has got something *extra* up her sleeve for this one. If that wasn’t enough to tickle our ears, shortly after this photo she popped another one up on her pages. This cover art teases a new track called Chun-Li, dropping at the same exact time on Thursday as Barbie Tingz. But this cover art sees Nicki clad in a Fendi outfit that is reminiscent of the style of Chun-Li from the game Street Fighter. Of course, Nicki’s version includes a bit less clothing, but the hair and outfit inspiration seem to be there.
Eagle-eyed Barbz noticed earlier this week that Nicki would be announcing something very soon. On Sunday Nicki tweeted the number 4, before quickly deleting it. On Monday, she tweeted the number 3 and then erased it. We initially thought this was a countdown, until the cover art images appeared on her account Tuesday. The numbers don’t quite add up, so it seems there’s going to be more mystery where that came from.
Nicki has taken a break from the spotlight in recent months to work on her new music. Last year she told Dazed magazine that her next album would be, “a billion times more epic than anything ‘Anaconda’ could have delivered.” While Nicki’s last album The Pinkprint dropped in 2014, she’s dropped plenty of collabs since then to keep us satisfied.
What do you guys think this new era of Nicki will vibe like? Tell us some predictions in the comments below before the big reveal tomorrow. Thanks so much for hanging out, I’m your host Emile Ennis Jr.
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Views:623|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:11Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 In cooperation with Bedford Township Fire Department, and other public safety departments working on scene, we captured these clips of Bridgepoint Church on March 4th.
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Views:888|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:54Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:0 Better Than One with Dhati Lewis:
Growing up, we started friendships with a game of tag or hide-and-go-seek. But in high school, things get complicated. Cliques can feel like the real-life version of getting picked last for dodgeball—the cool kids pick each other, and the rest slump in the corner, forgotten. Even worse, social media rules the hallways. Our popularity depends on the amount of “likes” our latest picture earned, the number of retweets we get, and how many people viewed our Snapchat story. People crowd around us online and at school, but many of us still feel lonely. Depressed, even. Some of us feel so excluded that we don’t see the need for friends at all.
It’s time for a reality check: we need friends. Not just hang-out friends, but good friends who love, encourage, and challenge us.
In this 4-part series, pastor Dhati Lewis unpacks true biblical friendship. He teaches students how God created us to need people and challenges students to choose godly friends. You’ll also watch real-life stories of other teens who struggle with the realities of friendship. This study will empower teens to build solid friendships, to show kindness to nonbelievers, and to be a good friend.
Dhati Lewis is the Lead Pastor at Blueprint Church in Atlanta, GA. Born and raised in California, Dhati moved to Texas for his undergraduate studies at the University of North Texas and his graduate studies at Dallas Theological Seminary (Master of Arts in Cross Cultural Ministries). While in Texas, Dhati served on staff at Denton Bible Church for 7 years. He started Plumbline, a very successful college ministry on UNT and TWU campuses. He served as the college pastor there and eventually planted a church, which he pastored for three years.
During that time, he also served as chaplain to UNT’s football team and coached high school football. Dhati furthered his training in Little Rock, AR at Fellowship Associates in 2008-2009, completing a year long course designed to train pastors in the area of church planting. After completion of that course, Dhati and his family moved to Atlanta, Georgia with dreams to start a church that was both culturally relevant and biblically accurate. Dhati, along with 25 other individuals launched Blueprint Church in 2009.
Dhati’s passions are for church planting and discipleship. He launched The Rebuild Network in 2011 to answer the call to see more churches planted in the urban context. He currently serves as the president of The Rebuild Initiative.