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58 +/- acres of forested timberland located on Call Rd in Exeter Maine. Looking for an owner financed property this should be on your list to see. The property has about 2,200 +/- feet of frontage on the Call Road. The forest consists of a mixed softwood and hardwood forest that was thinned in 2018. A well-spaced stand of timber remains. There are some areas of pine plantation with the majority natural forest.
NRCS soil data shows the area to be mostly silty and stony loam with uses from forestry, wildlife, limited grazing to more intense farming. The land is a rolling lot with elevations from about 350 to 450 feet. Several intermittent spring creeks traverse the parcel and eventually form a larger brook off the land.
Uses for the property would include timber production, self sufficient homesteading, farming, recreation such as hunting and trail riding. A level spot near the center of the property is situated near one of the creeks and would be a nice place to build a home or vacation cabin. Exeter is a rural town primarily of small farms, timberland, and country homes. Most residents commute to work in the areas surrounding Bangor, Maine which is about a 20-minute drive from the property. The 2010 census reported just under 1,100 residents.
There is much to do in the region surrounding Exeter. All of our modern convenience like shopping, restaurants, entertainment and a multitude of cultural events can be found in Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city. The city is only 14 +/- miles or about a 20 minute drive from the Call Road property. If you are looking for a more holistic experience you need just venture about an hour drive to the 100 mile woods of the Appalachian Trail. A half hour you can be launching your boat on Sebec Lake. A little more than an hour and it could be Moosehead Lake.
Views:203|Rating:0.00|View Time:2:17Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 A CampgroundTour.com exclusive tour of Blueberry Lake State Recreation Site located along the Richardson Highway, near Thompson Pass, Alaska.
Views:329|Rating:5.00|View Time:4:28Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Abandoned Recreation Center, 631 North 13th Abilene Texas. Doing some Urban Exploration. Looks like a place Zombies would hang out or an economic collapse happened.
As a faculty, we believe that self-determined, full engagement in leisure provides a valuable foundation for a high quality of life for all people. Opportunities for such engagements are provided by government, non-profit, and commercial entities so that a full range of services are made available that include choice of activity area, cost, time, location and depth and breadth of instruction or involvement. Additionally, the provision of services, facilities, and products to meet the changing needs of consumers, clients, and citizens is central to fulfilling the promise of our profession. We value experiential learning activities, community service, and practical experience as key components of the educational process by which students will learn to be competent and engaged professionals.
The Recreation field comprises the second largest industry in the United States in occupations as diverse as Recreation Therapists in hospitals, centers for the disabled, and rehabilitation facilities; recreation directors in schools, churches, youth agencies, detention centers, cities, and counties; state and federal recreation specialists; managers of resorts, membership clubs, travel and tourism, hotel guest services, employee services, armed forces recreation services, outdoor adventure programs, sports clubs and others.
It is our mission to prepare students in the breadth and depth of the leisure service industry and profession. Students graduating from our program will be prepared to develop and implement recreation programs in a variety of settings to serve a diverse population.
Views:1224|Rating:5.00|View Time:4:12Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Within our community, there are many recreational activities and nearly as many sports and fitness centers. So what makes our Athletics Ministry unique? It centers on Christ. This video shows the numerous recreational resources available at Christ Church.
Views:523|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:16Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Clark County’s Walnut Recreation Center has a lot going on for residents of the Northeast Las Vegas Valley. Our Parks and Recreation Department is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2013 and the Walnut Center is giving away free donuts, a gym membership and free tickets for a 50-minute training session with a personal trainer. The center offers diverse programming for people of all ages.Coming up: a Feb. 27 black history program and a March 23 egg hunt. For more information, visit www.ClarkCountyNV.gov or call (702) 455-8402.
Views:9618|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:15Minutes|Likes:11|Dislikes:0 St. Matthews is a highly sought-after neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky due to its location in the heart of the east end inside the Watterson Expressway. Considered a suburb, St. Matthews homes still have an urban neighborhood feel. St. Matthews is a hub of bars, restaurants, parks, shopping, schools, churches, and plenty of entertainment. St. Matthews’ central location attracts plenty of home buyers and offers a variety of home styles and lot sizes; From a Cape Cod on a small lot, to a multi-million dollar home on 2 acres. Lenihan Sotheby’s International Realty knows this area very well, and would love to show you the amazing homes for sale in St. Matthews.
Views:3116|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:56Minutes|Likes:17|Dislikes:0 Scene from the film “Reno”, directed by John Farrow and released December 1, 1939. The film is a portrayal of Reno, Nevada at the beginning of the 20th century, and how its economic structure was formed at that time.
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Cody Church Recreational and Investment Tract sprawls though both Leon and Jefferson Counties in north Florida. A beautiful property, it has gently rolling woodlands that have been in timber production for many years. It has a variety of land types to include thinned planted and natural pine, small clearcuts, scattered forested hammocks, and forested wetlands along drains and creeks that meander though the property. Burnt Mill and Sweetwater Branch Creeks with associated hardwoods provide an abundance of habitat for native wildlife.
Located just 12 miles east of Tallahassee with over 2-1/2 miles of road frontage on US 27, the property is suitable for the continuation of timber production, recreational hunting, conversion to irrigated agriculture or estate residential home development.
Views:6550|Rating:4.33|View Time:5:53Minutes|Likes:13|Dislikes:2 While in Colorado Springs, Colorado on May 13, 2009, I decided to visit the World Prayer Center. The place is HUUUUUUUGE! Can you say “MegaChurch”?
Their address is: 5575 N Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80918 – (719) 262-9922
Global Harvest Ministries and The World Prayer Center is dedicated to raising the prayer effort to “pray the Lord of the harvest to send laborers into His harvest” and see all peoples and nations hear the good news that Jesus has given us eternal life through His death and resurrection.
Adjacent to Global Harvest Ministries is The World Prayer Center. The Prayer Center is a joint effort of several fundamentalist organizations but located at and presided over by New Life Church – houses a bookstore called Solomons Porch, as well as corporate prayer rooms, personal prayer closets, hotel rooms, and the headquarters of Global Harvest, a ministry dedicated to spiritual warfare. (The Prayer Centers nickname in the fundamentalist world is spiritual NORAD.)
Peter Wagner is the President of the Global Harvest Ministries.
Apostolic Council of Prophetic Elders (ACPE). A group of 25 respected prophets meet with me every fall to seek a word from the Lord for the following year. Meanwhile, we all stay in touch with each other and we support each other’s ministries as opportunity arises. Cindy Jacobs prepares the agenda and serves as the ACPE Scribe to compile and issue the forthcoming prophetic document. This is a closed group.
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The copyrights of this video belong to WOGM.com (2016). Word of God Ministries (c) 2016. Please visit their website if desired. The series called For The Rest of Your Life is a 6 part DVD series by Pastor James A. McMenis. His church, Word of God Ministries, is located at 6645 Industrial Loop, Shreveport, LA 71129.
When visiting the bookstore to make the purchase of this series, I met many nice brothers and sisters in Christ. I am appreciative of their service to the congregation. I also appreciate the fact that Pastor McMenis made it clear that the Bible does not report that Sabbath was transferred to Sunday [the 1st day]. This is very key in many ways! In no verse of the Bible does it explain that the 7th day stopped being holy nor does it say that the 7th day stopped being sanctified. In no verse does the Bible express that the 1st day was ever treated with such significance as the 7th day. The 1st day was never declared by God Himself, nor Jesus, that it is holy or sanctified.
My goal is to help us all see how close we all are to coming of the Lord. We must all remember that the Lord has other sheep in other fold (churches) and therefore we must never criticize others for what they know, do not know, or not fully understanding yet. We must never force others to worship a certain way, a certain time, or a certain place…because God does not force us to. We have Free Will.
It is my understanding of the following, which some of these were spoken of in this series on Rest and Restoration.
1. The Sabbath Day was made holy and sanctified (set apart from the other days) “for” the benefit of mankind for all time.
2. We recognize the resurrection of Jesus when we are baptized by full emersion in a water baptism. We actually recognize His death, His burial, and His resurrection in this display of love.
3. The Ten Commandments were never nailed to that old rugged cross…but the ceremonial laws were. Hence, Jesus was our sacrifice (Once…and for All).