“The Lord is My Shepherd” – John Rutter

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Sung by the Plymouth Choir on April 26, 2015. First-Plymouth Church, Lincoln Nebraska.
The Lord is my shepherd;
therefore can I lack nothing.
He shall feed me in a green pasture,
and lead me forth beside the waters of comfort.
He shall convert my soul,
and bring me forth in the paths of righteousness,
for his Name’s sake.
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,
I will fear no evil;
For thou art with me:
Thy rod and thy staff comfort me.
Thou shalt prepare a table before me
against them that trouble me:
thou hast anointed my head with oil
and my cup shall be full.
But thy loving‐kindness and mercy
shall follow me all the days of my life:
and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.

My Shepherd (1957) Del Delker & The King’s Heralds (Voice of Prophecy Radio)

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“The Voice Of Prophecy [ is a long-running Seventh-day Adventist religious radio broadcast founded in 1929 by H.M.S. Richards, Sr. … It was one of the first religious programs in the United States to broadcast nationally. … Throughout the years Voice of Prophecy broadcasts were marked by an opening theme song of “Lift Up the Trumpet” performed by the King’s Heralds quartet and closed with Richard’s poem “Have Faith in God” each week having a new verse written. … H.M.S. Richards, Sr. was speaker from 1929 to 1969. In 1969, Richards’ son, H.M.S. Richards, Jr., succeeded him and was speaker from 1969 to 1992. … Various musicians perform on the broadcast. Female vocalist Del Delker began as a regular on the program since 1947 and is regarded as one of the leading female singers of religious music. The male quartet King’s Heralds also performed weekly on the program from 1936 until 1982.” (

“The King’s Heralds began in 1927 by four college students; brothers Lewis, Waldo and Wesley Crane and Ray Turner (1908-2008) in Keene, Texas who began singing gospel music, under the name Lone Star Four. They soon appeared with Pastor R. L. Benton on his radio program on KFPL from Waco, Texas. In 1936, they were invited by H.M.S. Richards to join the Voice of Prophecy in California, and were renamed the King’s Heralds after a radio naming contest. This association continued until 1982, when they became a self-supporting ministry. The King’s Heralds are also known by the name The Heralds, in Portuguese as the Arautos do Rei and in Spanish as Los Heraldos del Rey. Purported to be the oldest continuous gospel quartet in America, they have been singing for over 80 years. Throughout the years they have performed in over 50 countries and continue to tour extensively. They were the first gospel music group from the West to tour The People’s Republic of China since 1949, singing for the “First Invitational Symposium on the Christian Church in China” sponsored by the US/China Education Foundation. Long associated with the Seventh-day Adventist Voice of Prophecy radio broadcast, the Heralds are now promoted as trans-denominational and are regular guests on Praise The Lord on TBN and It Is Written.” (

Good Shepherd Church of Charlotte (Welcoming Video) – Pastor Harold Timberlake

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We welcome you to join us here at Good Shepherd Church! Sunday services begin every Sunday with Sunday School at 9 am and Worship Service starting at 10 am. Get yourself ready for an experience of the Spirit of God, the love of the Good Shepherd family, great teaching from Pastor Timberlake, and a time with the Lord you will never forget! For most, Sunday is just not enough so please except our special invitation to our Bible Study every Tuesday from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm and take this journey with us to become closer and more pleasing to our Father in Heaven. All services are held at 541 W. 32nd Street Charlotte, NC 28206. For more info on the creator of this commercial, please visit www.letsgetmooremarketing.com

Cecil D. Crumudgeon at Good Shepherd UMC 12 24 2017

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Cecil and the Good Shepherd UMC Choir in Fort Wayne, Indiana presenting “Come And See What’s Happenin’ In The Barn” on Christmas Eve 2017. Cecil can be seen but not heard for approximately the first two minutes… Cecil’s wife, Ethel, always gets a bit misty-eyed and rattled when she sees him perform, and she forgot to run the videotape machine! Enjoy, and Merry Christmas!

Knights Of Columbus Provide Honor Guard At Good Shepherd Catholic Church Corporate Mass 2015

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Knights for Tarrant County Councils provided an honor guard at the corporate mass for Council 15789 at Good Shepherd Catholic Community. The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic service organization that provide money and massive numbers of service in support of the Body Of Christ at their local Catholic Churches.

Phil Shepherd: Whiskey, Tatts, and Church for Outlaws – ChurchNext with Chris Yaw

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Church with the Whiskey Preacher Phil Shepherd isn’t just great, it’s a Eucatastrophe!

That’s the Tolkeinesque name of this pushin’-the-envelope preacher, blogger, and self-proclaimed outlaw theologian’s faith community.

Underneath the tatts, pearl snaps, and gauged ears, is the heart of a pastor whose desire to reach those on the fringes of his Texas community is as inspiring as it is creative. Enjoy this talk with a committed and unorthodox Disciples of Christ pastor.

Phil Shepherd’s devotion to being the church for those who’d never be caught dead in church is gaining traction in the Fort Worth, TX area and beyond. Here are my notes from the interview:

Beyond the Pieties
Phil’s image and habits (smoker, drinker and occasional cusser) will not earn him brownie points — but he says the impact of his commitment to authenticity wins friends and makes disciples in his ministry context.

The Last Chance Church
If they didn’t go to his church, Phil says the majority of his folk wouldn’t go anywhere. Are our congregations aware of not just the folk who like us, but those who may not?

Forget ‘The Show’
Phil says the one thing his folk don’t want is ‘a show’ — what they want are real stories about real people that they can experience and relate to.

About Phil Shepherd
Phil Shepherd: A.K.A. The Whiskey Preacher is a native of Anchorage, Alaska, who has lived and pastored from that extreme corner of the continent to the other extreme corner known as Florida. In between these extremes, Phil has resided in Vancouver, B.C., Minneapolis, Minnesota, and most recently in Fort Worth, Texas, where he & his beautiful wicked-smart wife Stephanie (who is his co-pastor) planted The Eucatastrophe (www.theeuc.com) in the fall of 07.

Entering his 18th year of ministry, Phil is the Co-CEO Of Sogo Media, a proud husband, mourning son, stubborn brother, uncle to teenagers, Alaskan Grown, Texan transplant, queer inclusive, an Outlaw Theologian, Disciples Of Christ minister, friend of emergent, third cousin of Johnny Cash, author, speaker, consultant, hater of human trafficking, foul-mouthed (as appropriate), tattoo lover, cigar smoker, and connoisseur of various whiskies…Phil is the Whiskey Preacher. Please visit Phil at his website whiskeypreacher.com or you can follow Phil on twitter @philshepherd, and checkout The Whiskey Preacher Fan Page on facebook

Books Phil Recommends
Everything Belongs — Richard Rohr
The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins
Delirium — Lauren Oliver

Sponsors I Mentioned
Living Compass points individuals, families and organizations in a whole new direction for healthy living by providing them with resources, coaching and education. The Living Compass program is based on the belief that each individual knows what she or she needs to do to become more whole. It is also based on the belief that we cannot be whole by ourselves: this journey will require the support and care of others as well.

Contra Dancing Chattanooga – Janet Shepherd & Contraplicity – Streetsboro Reel ‘B’

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Contra Dancing – Janet Shepherd & Contraplicity – IB

IA/IB: Streetsboro Reel by Becky Hill
The tune here is “Home with the Girls in the Morning” (trad.)

Jason Cook: “Get with the Good Shepherd”

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Odeum Expo Center – Villa Park, Illinois | One Flock and One Shepherd: God’s Promises Fulfilled

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This is a musical presentation in three acts, incorporating a variety of modern musical styles, relaying how the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ) began in the Philippines with one man and a little flock and has expanded rapidly around the world today. This story is told from the perspective of Ka Pablo, a pioneering minister of the Church’s overseas missions, and his grandson, Luke, after their experiences in celebrating the Church’s centennial in 2014. As they get to know each other better—while working together in preparing a project for the Iglesia Ni Cristo’s 50 years in the West celebration in 2018—Luke begins to see how God has fulfilled His promises in each generation of God’s people from the biblical times up to the present.