Fort Wayne Area Churches and Pastors Present: Twelve Night Revival, Jan 11, 2013

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Crossroads Bible College President Dr. A Charles Ware preaches at Southern Heights Baptist Church on January 11, 2013. This was the 11th night of preaching at the 4th Annual Twelve Night Revival. For more information, visit

Night 569 | Jerame Nelson | March 14, 2018

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Drone Night Flight over Flatbush Brooklyn New York City (Church Avenue) . DJI Phantom 3

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Nice night in the hood. Took some time while I was feeling just feel mellow and have a little flight over Church Avenue & Utica Avenue.

Rev. Tellis Chapman at Dr. Frank Ray New Salem Missionary Baptist Church

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Live @ New Salem Missionary Baptist Church
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The Reverend Tellis Jerome Chapman is a very dynamic individual and one of the more charismatic leaders and devoted Baptist Ministers in the Greater Metropolitan Detroit area.

Reverend Chapman is the Pastor of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan. He was born in Newton, Mississippi. He is a graduate of Jackson State University, Jackson Mississippi, and has received Honorary Doctoral degrees from Natchez College, Natchez, Mississippi and Dallas Baptist College, Dallas, Texas.

Reverend Chapman has been a pastor at several churches prior to his tenure as the present Pastor of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church. He served as Pastor at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Jachin, Alabama and Little Hope Baptist Church, Toomsuba, Mississippi.

Reverend Chapman has been called many times to serve in a leadership capacity among his ministerial peers and Christian associations. He has served in a leadership capacity with the Michigan District Baptist Association and Congress. Respected for his knowledge, he is well versed in parliamentary procedure and serves as Parliamentarian for the Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention of the State.

Reverend Chapman has been involved in Detroit’s growth as it relates to mass transit. He was a board member of the City of Detroit Department of Transportation Commission. For two years he had served as the First Vice President of the Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention of the State. Currently he serves as President of the Baptist Missionary and Educational State Convention of Michigan.

In 2007, Pastor Chapman was honored by the Detroit Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference as Pastor of the Year.

Dr. Chapman is also a board member of the National Baptist Convention USA, Incorporated

Rev. J.H. Standberry Pastor Of Bethlehem Baptist Church Omaha,Nebraska At Friday Night Service

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Revival Night | Dr. Reginald Steele

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Church LV is a multicultural and multigenerational church located in Henderson, NV, lead by Pastors Benny and Wendy Perez. At Church LV, we’re all about following Jesus and fulfilling His Mission. Our church began as a small gathering in the home of Pastors Benny and Wendy Perez and today it’s recognized as one of the fastest growing churches in the nation. We are determined to create a friendly and inviting atmosphere for you and your family. All are welcome here! You will find that each experience is unique, fun, creative and relevant to your life with a life-changing message from Pastor Benny.

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Worship Nights- Wichita, KS

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People from all over Kansas coming together as ONE body to worship ONE God every Friday night.

Mesopotamian Night 9 – George Somi’s: Assyrian Legacy V, Church of the East

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Performed Live at the 9th Mesopotamian Night concert in California Theatre, San Jose, CA on August 19, 2016
Composer: George Somi
Performed by: Mesopotamia Choral Ensemble
Mesopotamia Orchestral Ensemble
Conductor & Music Director: John Kendall Bailey

The fifth movement of The Assyrian Legacy takes place in the late first century AD. For almost 700 years, the Assyrian people had been without a nation of their own. However, they cling onto a hope that something great may arise yet. The movement starts much like the first movement. A solo cello plays a lonely yet hopeful melody, accompanied by strings. When the Assyrians find Christ, they find a new calling and a new kind of empire. This is signified by flutes playing the Rise theme, heard in the first movement. The flutes represent a more peaceful rise as opposed to the forceful trumpet fanfare from the first movement. This new empire would be established in good will and hope for all mankind.

Hymns from the Church of the East are woven into the fabric of the piece, starting with ‘Edta Qayileh Osha’na, transitioning to O Ganana leading to O Dizdaman, and finally culminating with ‘Ashen ‘Ammeh Zmareykon. With each hymn, the Church grows and its influence becomes more widespread. The climax occurs with the choir singing the words “Qamleh mahron, shookhaleh” (“Christ is risen, praise be upon him”). This, in effect, has a double meaning. While Christ has risen to be sure, so have the Assyrian people.

The Church of the East would spread to all of Mesopotamia, and eventually much of Asia, even as far as China! The hope motif is sprinkled throughout at this point, and an homage to the fanfare of the first movement (Rise of the Great Empire) is featured. The hymn then goes on with a march-like feel. If you listen closely, you will find traces from all other featured hymns hidden in the main melody. This represents the march of the missionaries, and the greatness of Christ and the inspiration he would impart to an otherwise downtrodden people.

2017 Annual Conference: Wednesday Night, Rev. Timothy Spell, Baton Rouge, LA

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Praise, Worship and a Powerful Message: “What We Have Come Into!”