Episode 08 – The History of The Independent Baptist Movement



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In this episode Pastor Josh Teis sits down with Pastor Matt Lyon to discuss the history of the Independent Baptist Movement. Pastor Matt is an expert in this area, and provides incredible insight into the leaders, history, and focus of the Independent Baptists.

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The Rise of the Crisis Actor Conspiracy Movement



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Over the past 10 years, a growing online community of conspiracy theorists and hoaxers known as “truthers” has come to question the official narratives behind every mass shooting that is heavily covered by the media. A common thread in these theories is the government’s role in staging the tragedy with the help of mainstream news, in order to manipulate the general population. In this continuously recycled narrative, the death and destruction of the tragic event is faked, and victims and their families are “crisis actors,” who are performing a role in order to elicit sympathy that can then be used to advocate for new gun laws, or anti-terror surveillance that restricts Americans’ freedom. The commitment to these narratives has escalated to the point where victims are frequently harassed, mocked, and even threatened in retaliation for their supposed deception.

We meet some of the proponents of false flag theories, including Side Thorn, a conspiracy theorist in Texas who has been confronting survivors of the Sutherland Springs mass shooting, as well as Tony Mead, administrator of the largest Facebook community dedicated to False Flag narratives, and Wolfgang Halbig, a former school administrator who made a name for himself with the claim that no one died at the Sandy Hook shooting. We also talk to people targeted by hoax theories, like Lenny Pozner whose son Noah was killed in the Sandy Hook shooting, David Hogg, who was accused of being a “crisis actor” for his calls for gun control after the mass shooting at his high school in Parkland, Florida, and Frank Pomeroy, whose daughter was killed in the Sutherland Springs shooting.

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Why “They” Hate the Identity Movement – Pastor Earl Jones



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The Earl Of Dysart – Pastor Earl Jones
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Witchcraft and The Spirit of The New Age Movement (Pastor Charles Lawson)



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Sunday (Night) Preaching: May 31 2015

A Look at “Charlie Charlie” Demonic Activity And Warning To Young People To Stay Away From Demonic Spirits; Thirteen Doctrines Of The New Age Movement. Scripture: 1 Tim 4:1

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American Indian Movement Singers of Portland Oregon



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American Indian Movement Mitakuye Oyasin “all my relatives” Drum @ “Gathering Of the People” in Portland, Oregon sponsor by Touch of the Earth environmental school and Portland Oregon A.I.M. Guest speakers Calvin Hecocta & Dennis Banks.

No Compromise Movement Night One-Bishop Leo Lewis



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No Compromise Movement (Host Lorene Bazemore) 2013 Held at Macedonia Miracle Kingdom & Worship Center (MMKWC) 3070 Selma Highway Montgomery, AL 36108 Bishop Leo Lewis, Sr. and Elect Lady Elder Sharon Lewis

Host Min. Lorene Bazemore is Prophetic Miracle Ministries Worldwide (PMMW) Youth National VP. She is also the founder of the No Compromise Movement.

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Biopsychosocial effects of Meditative Movement (Qigong/Tai Chi)



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Presenter:
Linda K. Larkey, Ph.D., CRTT
Professor, Arizona State University, College of Nursing and Health Innovation
Adjunct Faculty, Mayo Clinic

Presentation Overview:
Linda K. Larkey, Ph.D., CRTT, professor in Arizona State University’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation and adjunct faculty with Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, AZ, will review the broader evidence (from her own work and others’) on Meditative Movement (MM) effects on cancer survivorship, supporting the goals of her research underway in breast cancer survivors. Extended models proposing various biomolecular and neurophysiological markers as mechanisms of effects on physical and emotional symptoms, cognitive function and body composition outcomes will be discussed.

Presenter Biography:
Dr. Larkey has a notable funded research record in multiple intervention approaches to promote cancer screenings in multiple clinic and community settings. Her more recently NIH-funded projects explore the biopsychosocial effects of Tai Chi Easy/Qigong on breast cancer survivor’s fatigue, cognitive function and other symptoms. Biomarker assessments include cortisol, inflammatory cytokines complemented with self-report and objective performance and cognitive function measures. Dr. Larkey’s more recent and current work nicely models OBSSR-desired grantspersonship and researcher behavior.

Alabama City Remembered as Climactic Battle of Civil Rights Movement



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Sunday, August 28, in Washington, President Obama leads the nation in dedicating a new national memorial to the late civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. King was a southern Baptist minister who rose to become the leading voice of the nation’s modern day civil rights movement during the1950’s and 1960’s. His struggle for equal rights and those of millions of African Americans did not come easily. VOA’s Chris Simkins has more on one of the pivotal events in the civil rights movement that brought national and international attention to King and his philosophy of non-violence.

Remembering the March: Belle Flower Church & the Civil Rights Movement in Grenada, MS



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Deborah Bailey, Charles Latham, and Eva Grace Lemon recall the events that occurred in Grenada during the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. This is the first in a series of segments on the topic of Civil Rights in Grenada.
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Spiritual Shipwreck of the Word-Faith Movement (Justin Peters) (Selected Scriptures)



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Pastor Michael O’Neal Warns About Steven Anderson’s The New IFB Movement Cult



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In case you ever run across any videos that identify themselves with a so-called NEW IFB movement, you need to be aware of their deviancy. This little exhortation was made on Tue., Aug. 28, 2018 by Pastor Michael D. O’Neal at Glenwood Baptist Church, Jacksonville, FL, an old-fashioned, Bible-believing (King James 1611 Authorized Version), fundamental, independent Baptist church.

Pastor Lathan Wood on “Revival” – The Movement Charlotte, NC



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Pastor Lathan Wood of The Movement Centre in Charlotte, NC, preaches on the power of revival. Follow us online at facebook.com/itsamovemnt, @itsa_movement, or visit itsamovement.org.

Attacca Quartet plays Haydn Op. 17 no. 1 — Third Movement



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Live recording at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, New York City, May 24, 2012.

First Prize winners of the 7th Osaka International Chamber Music Competition in 2011, top prizewinners and Listeners’ Choice Award recipients in the 2011 Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, and winners of the Alice Coleman Grand Prize at the 60th annual Coleman Chamber Ensemble Competition in 2006, the internationally acclaimed Attacca Quartet has become one of America’s premier young performing ensembles. The Attacca Quartet is comprised of violinists Amy Schroeder and Keiko Tokunaga, violist Luke Fleming and cellist Andrew Yee, and was formed at the Juilliard School in 2003. Praised by Strad for possessing “maturity beyond its members’ years,” they made their professional debut in 2007 as part of the Artists International Winners Series in Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall.

The Attacca Quartet performed John Adams’ recently composed String Quartet (2008) in Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall in December 2009; having worked closely on the quartet with Mr. Adams, he has enthusiastically supported their performances of it. They have recently completed a recording project of the complete works for string quartet by John Adams, which will be released on Azica Records in March 2013. The 2010-2011 concert season marked the beginning of “The 68,” an ambitious project in which they will perform all sixty-eight Haydn string quartets on a special series they have created in New York City. They have been honored with both the Arthur Foote Award from the Harvard Musical Association and the Lotos Prize in the Arts from the Stecher and Horowitz Foundation. The Attacca Quartet is represented internationally by Columbia Artists Management, Inc.

The Attacca Quartet held the position of Graduate Resident String Quartet at the Juilliard School for 2011-2013, and they have been the resident string quartet of the Northern Lights Music Festival since 2010. They were artists-in-residence at both the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival in Connecticut and at the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival in Michigan, and in 2005 were the resident quartet at the Festival of Two Worlds in Spoleto, Italy. They have also performed at the Sitka Summer Music Festival in Alaska and Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival in North Carolina. The Attacca Quartet has collaborated with pianists Claude Frank, Jerome Lowenthal and Jean-Yves Thibaudet, violinists Arnold Steinhardt and Vadim Gluzman, cellist Andres Díaz, clarinetist David Shifrin, flautist Carol Wincenc, and the Tokyo String Quartet.

The Attacca Quartet has engaged in extensive educational and community outreach projects, serving as guest artists and teaching fellows at the Vivace String Camp in New York and the Animato Summer Music Camp at Florida International University in Miami. For 2008-2009 they were the resident string quartet at Hunter College in Manhattan, and also taught alongside the Tokyo String Quartet at the Port Townsend Chamber Music Festival. For the summer of 2009, the Attacca Quartet was string quartet-in-residence for the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. Since 2006, they have performed in numerous benefit concerts supporting the Michael J. Fox Foundation’s efforts to combat Parkinson’s disease. The Attacca Quartet has also distinguished itself in seminars and master classes with members of the Juilliard, Guarneri, Tokyo, Emerson, Vermeer, Takács and St. Lawrence String Quartets. Composed entirely of Juilliard graduates, the members of the Attacca Quartet currently reside in New York City.

For more information, please visit www.attaccaquartet.com

Attacca Quartet plays Haydn Op. 17 no. 5 – First Movement



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Live recording at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, New York City, April 14, 2011.

First Prize winners of the 7th Osaka International Chamber Music Competition in 2011, top prizewinners and Listeners’ Choice Award recipients in the 2011 Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition, and winners of the Alice Coleman Grand Prize at the 60th annual Coleman Chamber Ensemble Competition in 2006, the internationally acclaimed Attacca Quartet has become one of America’s premier young performing ensembles. The Attacca Quartet is comprised of violinists Amy Schroeder and Keiko Tokunaga, violist Luke Fleming and cellist Andrew Yee, and was formed at the Juilliard School in 2003. Praised by Strad for possessing “maturity beyond its members’ years,” they made their professional debut in 2007 as part of the Artists International Winners Series in Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. The Attacca Quartet is represented by Baker Artists, Artists, LLC.

The Attacca Quartet performed John Adams’ recently composed String Quartet (2008) in Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall in December 2009; having worked closely on the quartet with Mr. Adams, he has enthusiastically supported their performances of it and his other works for string quartet. They have recently completed a recording project of the complete works for string quartet by John Adams, which was released on Azica Records in March 2013. In his review for the New York Times, Steve Smith praised this “vivacious, compelling set,” describing the Attacca Quartet’s playing as “exuberant, funky, and…exactingly nuanced.” The 2013-2014 marks the fourth season of “The 68,” an ambitious six-year project in which they will perform all sixty-eight Haydn string quartets on a special series they have created in New York. They have been honored with the 2013 National Federation of Music Clubs Centennial Chamber Music Award, the Arthur Foote Award from the Harvard Musical Association, and the Lotos Prize in the Arts.

The Attacca Quartet held the position of Graduate Resident String Quartet at the Juilliard School for 2011-2013, and they have been the resident string quartet of the Northern Lights Music Festival since 2010. They were artists-in-residence at both the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival in Connecticut and at the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival in Michigan, and in 2005 were the resident quartet at the Festival of Two Worlds in Spoleto, Italy. They have also performed at the Sitka Summer Music Festival in Alaska and Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival in North Carolina. The Attacca Quartet has collaborated with pianists Claude Frank, Jerome Lowenthal and Jean-Yves Thibaudet, violinists Arnold Steinhardt and Vadim Gluzman, cellist Andres Díaz, clarinetist David Shifrin, flautist Carol Wincenc, and the Tokyo String Quartet.

The Attacca Quartet has engaged in extensive educational and community outreach projects, serving as string quartet-in-residence and teaching fellows at the Lincoln Center Institute, Vivace String Camp in New York and Animato Summer Music Camp at Florida International University in Miami. Since 2006, they have performed in yearly benefit concerts supporting the Michael J. Fox Foundation’s efforts to combat Parkinson’s disease. The Attacca Quartet has also distinguished itself in seminars and master classes with members of the Juilliard, Guarneri, Tokyo, Emerson, Vermeer, Takács and St. Lawrence String Quartets. Formed at the Juilliard School in 2003, the members of the Attacca Quartet currently reside in New York City.

For more information, please visit www.attaccaquartet.com