Don’t Raise Your Daughter To Be A Whore – Pastor Donnie Romero of Stedfast Baptist Church



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“Don’t Raise Your Daughter To Be A Whore” – Pastor Donnie Romero of Stedfast Baptist Church in Fort Worth, TX

Seaside Center Encinitas California Featuring Ric Henry – Musical Talent “You Raise Me Up!”



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There are no words to describe the amazing music of Ric Henry – just as there are no words to describe the EXPERIENCE of Seaside Center. Often referred to as Seaside Church, Seaside is a family friendly place where all are welcome. Watch this video to get a feeling of what the EXPERIENCE can be for you at Seaside. Ric Henry is just one example of the wonderful music at Seaside. Other musicians that frequent Seaside include: Peggy Lebo, Carl Anthony, Here II Here, and of course, the fantastic Seaside Jazz Band. There are tons of classes taking place year round on spiritual topics, personal growth, finance, marriage and family, communication skills and much more. There are lots of activities for the kids, grade school, middle school, and high school. Join us Sundays at 9am and 11am or Wednesdays at 7pm. Rev. Christian Sorensen leads the Sunday services and Rev. Tammy Miller leads the Wednesday services. Call 760-753-5786 for info or visit www.SeasideCenter.org to learn more. Or… just show up! 1613 Lake Drive, Encinitas, CA.

Robert Mizzell ~Mama Did Raise One Fool ~Irish Country



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Irish Country : Robert Mizzell has made Ireland his home for over 20 years. He served his apprenticeship in Country Music since he first arrived here, and is now a top Country Artist in Ireland and the UK. He has released 9 solo studio albums and a full length DVD to date, and is constantly touring Ireland and the UK with his band “The Country Kings”. He was voted “Ireland’s Favourite Country Music Singer” earlier this year in a poll conducted by RSVP Magazine.

Robert was born in Louisiana, the Bayou State and raised on the shores of Lake Bistineau near Shreveport. Robert’s early musical influences came from his parents – both performed in a Church Gospel group. At the age of 17, Robert moved to Connecticut where he worked with his father in the painting & decorating business. He then joined the US army where he served for a number of years. After his military service he moved to Ireland with dreams of a career in country music.

“Kick Ass Country” was Robert’s first major hit, but it was “Say You Love Me” that made him a household name in Ireland. Other hits include “Mama Courtney”, “Louisiana Saturday Night”, “Cajun Dance”, “Papa Loved Mama” and “Wham Bam”.

Robert has recorded many songs in his career, but two highlights where in 2010 when he released the hit single “Mama Courtney” (an original written by Henry McMahon), and also “Murder On Music Row” (a cover duet with top American Country Artist, Collin Raye). Both singles reached the Number 1 position on the European Country Music Chart during 2010 and remained in the chart for twenty weeks.

Another highlight was in 2011 when Billy Yates came to tour Ireland with Robert and his band “The Country Kings”. They covered of one of Billy’s original songs as a duet, “Just Be You”, and was released as a promotional single for the tour.

On Saturday 29th October 2011 Robert was inducted into Shreveport’s Walk of Stars in recognition of his achievements in the world of Country Music, all the sweeter given he is a native son of Shreveport Louisiana and this is the highest accolade his own home city can bestow on him. Some other people who are inductees are; Elvis Presley (Posthumously), Merle Kilgore (co writer of Ring of Fire) and Hank Williams Snr. and Jnr.

A number of years ago Robert started a trend of taking a group of friends and fans on tour with him to the United States, visiting places like Memphis, Nashville, Austin, San Antonio and New Orleans. During these tours Robert had the opportunity and privilege of performing at elite venues including The Midnite Jamboree; The Ernest Tubb Theatre; The Cowboy Church; The Carter Family Fold, The Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge and in his native Shreveport in Louisiana. 2014 sees Robert’s tenth tour to the USA.

In recent years Robert has been part of the Three Amigos hugely successful tour with Patrick Feeney and Jimmy Buckley – performing to sell out venues everywhere they played. To date The Three Amigos have recorded two albums together.

Lutheran Service Book #487, “Come, You Faithful, Raise the Strain”



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During the Hymn Festival at Concordia Theological Seminary’s annual Good Shepherd Institute in Fort Wayne, Indiana, on November 5, 2018, the congregation and choir sang Lutheran Service Book #487, “Come, You Faithful, Raise the Strain.” The stanzas were sung alternating between congregation and the Seminary Kantorei. This hymn, based on Exodus 15:1-21; John 20:19-21; and Romans 6:9-11, is composed by John of Damascus and been sung in Christian churches for 1400 years. This particular tune is called “Gaudeamus Pariter,” by Johann Horn.

“Come, you faithful, raise the strain
Of triumphant gladness!
God has brought His Israel
Into joy from sadness.
Loosed from Pharoah’s bitter yoke
Jacob’s sons and daughters,
Led them with unmoistened foot
Through the Red Sea waters.

“‘Tis the spring of souls today:
Christ hath burst His prison,
And from three days’ sleep in death
As a sun has risen;
All the winter of our sins,
Long and dark, is flying
From His light, to whom is giv’n
Laud and praise undying.

“Now the queen of seasons, bright
With the day of splendor,
With the royal feast of feasts,
Comes its joy to render;
Comes to gladden faithful hearts
Which with true affection
Welcomes in unwearied strains
Jesus’ resurrection!

“For today among His own
Christ appeared, bestowing
His deep peace, which evermore
Passes human knowing.
Neither could the gates of death
Nor the tomb’s dark portal
Nor the watchers nor the seal
Hold Him as a mortal.

“Alleluia! Now we cry
To our King immortal,
Who, triumphant, burst the bars
Of the tomb’s dark portal.
Come, you faithful, raise the strain
Of triumphant gladness!
God has brought His Israel
Into joy from sadness!”

Our simple recordings are done during a holy time and not always able to provide something to view but will let you hear a sample of beautiful, sacred music such as what you might find in an LCMS Lutheran church today. Please understand the limits imposed by small camera microphones… and plan to attend in person and hear Lutheran liturgy yourself.

Monks Sell Coffee To Raise Funds For Monastery



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At Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery much of the day is spent in prayer and labor.

In the afternoon, while many monks begin labor chores, Brother Bernard Marino and another monk head towards a building to begin roasting coffee beans and fill requested orders for Abbey Roast Coffee, the coffee the monks roast and sell to raise money for the monastery.

Entering the roasting room near the monastery, the smell of coffee beans greets your nose, while the pristine looking roaster complete with the Abbey Roast Label captivates the eyes.

Brother Bernard, Guest Roaster and Dean of Coffee, is a former architect from New York who has been living at the monastery for over twenty years.

It was on a trip to a sister monastery in Brazil where Brother Bernard learned about coffee. That monastery had a coffee plantation surrounding it, and Brother Bernard enjoyed the fresh tasting coffee so much that he drank it late into the evening.

“I was there for about a month, and when I was there the brothers there taught me to roast coffee,” says Bernard.

After returning from Brazil, Brother Bernard approached his superior who liked the idea, and soon this coffee venture began.

Brother Bernard learned basic roasting skills while in Brazil, but if the monks where going to make Abbey Roast a success they needed to seek the help of an experienced roaster.

“It’s not as simple as it looks, there are nuances to it,” says Br. Bernard.

The monks reached out to Bernie Digman, Owner and Operator of Milagro Coffee y Espresso in Las Cruces.

“Roasting is like any culinary pursuit, it’s a life-long endeavor. You can turn out a very drinkable product,” says Digman.

For eight months, Digman taught the monks the fine skill of roasting, and he was impressed with how determined his new students were.

“They are exceptional students, they spend a lot of serious time learning the ins and outs of roasting,” says Digman.

The monks, using their connections in Brazil soon found a small family plantation to import coffee beans from. According to the monk’s, in 2010 that plantations’ beans won first prize in a Rio de Janeiro Specialty Coffee Competition.

“That’s very good, it’s like winning a prize for T-Bone steaks in Texas,” says Br. Bernard.

Soon the monks received an attractive deal from a company to purchase their own roaster and Abbey Roast was up and running.

“So right now we have our own roaster, and after a year and a half we have roasted thousands of pounds,” says Br. Bernard.

Around the roasting room are many different types of coffee beans that are labeled. Brother Bernard warms up the roaster, selects his beans and carefully pours them into the roaster.

According to Brother Bernard, the high altitude of the monastery helps the beans open up faster giving a quality flavor to a roast. While Bernard roasts, another monk helps grind and package orders. The monks try to turn the orders as quick as possible to keep orders fresh.

The monastery sells Abbey Roast online, and in several locations around New Mexico. The monks soon hope to sell the brand at a national level with a well-known company.

The proceeds of Abbey Roast help fundraise for the support of the vocations of the monastery, and to build future housing for the over 100 men that are on a waiting list to take up the life of a Benedictine monk there. The monks also have plans for a new church in the future.

Brother Bernard says that there is only one other monastery in the country that sells coffee. Like most roasters he stands by his product. Brother Bernard says you will not find a better cup of coffee, unless of course you visit his pal Bernie Digman’s place in Las Cruces where the monks always try to stop by for a visit.

“Now we kind of share beans, and he is always coaching us, so it’s been a real deep friendship that’s developed nicely,” says Br. Bernard

It’s always nice to enjoy a cup of coffee with a friend, or in this case a brother.

Eric Church – Thunder Road, Springsteen, Raise ’em Up (7/31/15) Nashville, Tennessee



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Eric Church opening his 7/31/15 show at the Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville Tennessee with an acoustic medley of “Thunder Road,” “Springsteen” and “Raise ’em Up.”

Eric Church – Thunder Road – Springstein – Raise ’em Up – Ascend Ampitheatre – Nashville, TN



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Eric Church – Ascend Ampitheatre – Nashville, TN – Thunder Road – Springstein – Raise ’em Up – July 31, 2015 – Acoustic

Golden Harvest Missions Church Las Vegas NV.U.S.A.



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ICE Agents Staked Out Near Church Raise Concerns In Sacramento



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La Vida serves as a sanctuary for the Hispanic community. Federal immigration agents were caught staking out at the church during services.

Genesis Baptist Church Testmony from 9.25.2011



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Recorded on Sunday September 25th 2011. There are testimonies given by members of the Genesis Missionary Baptist church in Sacramento Church. The Church is located at 2801 Meadowview road in Sacramento California.