Rock City Church Columbus Ohio 11-20-2016 V#2



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LEAD PASTOR CHAD FISHER
38 Greenwood Ave Columbus Ohio 43201
Series On Healing Video Number Two
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Please Join Us For Praise and Worship
MAY GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU FOREVER
EVEN UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD!

Dancing in the Crack/Prostitution District of Columbus, Ohio with Helen



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Helen is a beautiful friend that Valor Christian College Students and I led to Jesus in the crack district of Columbus, Ohio. She loves to dance for us and we jump right in with her. What a joy it is to be on the streets winning souls, making friends and bringing new converts to church!

Abandoned on Land- Ghost Riverboat on the Ohio River



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Derek “Deek” Diedricksen, while on the road (and staying in a tiny house rental (on his other channel Relaxshacksdotcom)) comes across a beached/dry-docked riverboat (paddle wheel ship) on the shore of the Ohio River just outside of Cincinnati. Derek then explores the sternwheeler ghost ships exteriors and a wrecked barge nearby- and then heads inside.

Metropolis Cincinnati Ohio 31 Jan 2009, DJ sab (Steve Verdon Video)



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Metropolis Cincinnati Ohio 31 Jan 2009, DJ sab , & Jordan (Steve Verdon Video)
Metropolis Night Club
Club Kiss, Kiss 107, Live Broadcast,
Located behind Kohl’s in the Cincinnati Mills Mall

13 Weirdest Laws of Ohio!



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You can find these crazy laws on Dumblaws.com
They are laws that are still on the books, although they may not be enforced.

1)
In Ohio, it is illegal for more than five women to live in a house.
This apparently was put in place to prevent brothels. (place of prostitution)

2)
It is illegal to fish for whales… on Sunday.
The rest of the week is fine though.

3)
In Cleveland Women are prohibited from wearing patent leather shoes in public.

Apparently this one came about from complaints that men were trying to see reflections of their underwear.

4)
It is illegal to get a fish drunk.

This must have come about from people feeding them beer and then they become alcoholic, want more and they have to make a fish-rehab centre…

5)
In Cleveland, it is illegal to catch mice without a hunting license.
It’s likely that this one came about from people using them for macabre taxadermy diaramas like on “Dinner for Schmucks”

6)
In Columbus, it is illegal for stores to sell Corn Flakes on Sunday.

7)
In North Canton, It’s illegal to roller skate without notifying the police.

8)
In the state of Ohio, it is illegal to kill a housefly within 160 feet of a church without a license.

9)
In Canton, electric fences are banned.
you can imagine irate ramblers getting surprise shocks and then complaining to the authorities

10)
In Oxford, it is illegal to drive around the town square more than 100 times in a single session.
Can I drive around it 99 times?
Sure.

11)
In Canton, if one loses their pet tiger, they must notify the authorities within one hour.

12)
In Oxford it’s illegal for a woman to strip off her clothing while standing in front of… a man’s picture.
This one is interesting, because How would anyone know? Unless she was doing it in a public place. And then surely the rule is it’s illegal for a woman (or man) to strip off in public?

13)
In Paulding a policeman may bite a dog to quiet him.
Unfortunately that’s all it says, as crazy as that sounds.

Ohio mom of four deported to dangerous city in Mexico



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A mother of four living in Ohio was deported to one of the most dangerous places in Mexico on Tuesday. A traffic stop revealed Beatriz Morelos Casillas, 37, entered the U.S. illegally nearly 20 years ago. She was arrested for driving without a license near Cleveland, Ohio, on July 24. Tony Dokoupil reports.

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