Stuck Between A Rock And A Hard Place – Dr Stacy L. Spencer

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“Stuck Between A Rock & A Hard Place” by Dr Stacy L Spencer, senior pastor of New Direction Christian Church, Memphis, TN. Advancing Through Adversity Sermon Series.

Norfolk & Western 611: Thunder in the Carolina Mountains (Spencer to Asheville)

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On April 10, 2016 Norfolk & Western 611 ran a 285 mile roundtrip excursion from the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC to Asheville and return. This trip took her into the heart of the Blue Ridge mountains and over the famous Southern Loops for the first time since 1994. All along the route railfans and locals lined the tracks by the thousands to see the Queen of Steam thunder by, and the 66 year old J did not disappoint as she roared through the hills and valleys of Western NC.

We were up before the sun to catch her leaving Spencer at daybreak and finally abandoned the chase 12 hours later west of Marion as the sun was sinking towards the horizon. Despite the long day, this has to be one the most fun chases I’ve been on, and I look forward to repeating it someday.

0:10 – North Carolina Transportation Museum, Spencer
1:46 – N Lee St, Salisbury
3:48 – Catawba Station Dr, Catawba
6:11 – Berea Church Rd, Connelly Springs
7:26 – Industrial Blvd, Morganton
8:40 – Andrews Geyser, Mill Creek Rd, Old Fort
9:53 – Yates Ave, Ridgecrest
11:04 – Hardesty Ln, Azalea, Asheville
12:07 – Hensersonville Rd, Biltmore Village, Asheville
12:30 – Fairview Rd, Biltmore Village, Asheville
15:07 – Glendale Rd, Asheville
17:18 – Broadway Ave, Black Mountain
19:04 – Round Knob, Mill Creek Rd, Old Fort
22:15 – Old Greenlee Rd, outside Marion

Spencer Stone: France Train Attack Hero Talks Fate, Paris Attacks | TODAY

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U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant Spencer Stone helped stop a terror attack on a French train in August. In October, he survived a stabbing in Sacramento, California, and he’ll return to active duty soon. Today, Stone is in New York to accept the U.S.O.’s George Van Cleave Military Leadership Award. He speaks with TODAY’s Matt Lauer about his recovery and accolades, and the recent terror attacks by ISIS in Paris.
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Spencer Stone: France Train Attack Hero Talks Fate, Paris Attacks | TODAY

Rev. Bill Spencer, Wann, Oklahoma Baptist Church

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Rev Bill Spencer. Not your ordinary Reverend. Not your ordinary evangelist. This old sage has been an evangelist since his early youth, preaching to crowds of thousands! Traveling all over the world. Now, if you are lucky, you may experience one of his sermons at the Wann, Oklahoma Baptist church. Billy Graham would be proud!

Burnett Family Bluegrass Band ~ Road To Spencer

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From the mountains of Northern Arizona, where the southwestern wind was born, comes the sound of Burnett Family Bluegrass, winners of the coveted 2004 Telluride Bluegrass Festival band competition. An up-and-coming band on the Bluegrass fast track, the family of talented musicians is known for its hard driving instrumentals and fine-tuned harmonies, breathing new life into Americana music.

Testimony of Spencer W Kimball Prophet of Church of Jesus Christ

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This is the testimony of the prophet Spencer W. Kimball. I still remember his talks he was truly inpired and a man of integrity. He continued to speak even after having cancer surgery on his throat and losing some of his vocal chords due to this. He was a man after the manner of Job. God bless him and I look forward to meeting him in the next life.

Full name Spencer Woolley Kimball
Born March 28, 1895(1895-03-28)
Place of birth Salt Lake City, Utah Territory
Died November 5, 1985 (aged 90)
Place of death Salt Lake City, Utah
LDS Church President
Ordained December 30, 1973 (aged 78)
Predecessor Harold B. Lee
Successor Ezra Taft Benson
LDS Church Apostle
Called by Heber J. Grant
Ordained October 7, 1943 (aged 48)
End of term November 5, 1985 (aged 90)

LDS Church General Authority
Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
Called by Heber J. Grant
Start of term October 7, 1943 (aged 48)
End of term December 30, 1973 (aged 78)
End reason Became President of the Church
Acting President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
Start of term January 23, 1970 (aged 74)
End of term July 2, 1972 (aged 77)
End reason Became President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
Start of term July 7, 1972 (aged 77)
End of term December 30, 1973 (aged 78)
End reason Became President of the Church
President of the Church
Start of term December 30, 1973 (aged 78)
End of term November 5, 1985 (aged 90)

Spencer W. Kimball.Spencer Woolley Kimball (March 28, 1895 November 5, 1985) was the twelfth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from 1973 until his death.

Pastor Jack Spencer Jr preaching on Fathers Day at Grace Temple COGIC (Phoenix, AZ)

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This is a place where we LOVE GOD and LOVE PEOPLE. If you are ever in the Phoenix area be sure to join us for worship! Sunday Morning Worship begins at 11am

ADDRESS: 813 West Buckeye Road, Phoenix, AZ. 85007
Pastor Jack Spencer Jr. & First Lady Tenile Spencer


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hearing about the local legend of THE PURPLE CHURCH, we took an evening drive to see if my 17 year old had gone without us. i start about half way up the road where everyone talks about the creepy trees and drive you all the way up to the gate itself.

from what ive read online the walk from the gate to THE PURPLE CHURCH is about a 3 block hike.

i may have more video later posted of the trek to THE PURPLE CHURCH.


Savannah’s Adopt-A-School Program at Spencer Elementart

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Spencer Elementary principal Andrea Williams talks the new Savannah, GA Adopt-A-School program where churches select a local school and offer help to teachers in their efforts to educate children. Kick-off held May 25, 2016 with an ‘Appreciation Breakfast.’ Rev. G. Lind Taylor of First Congregational Church is leading the program in Savannah/Chatham County.

Efrem Smith: Can the Church Become Post-Racial?

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Pastor Efrem Smith and Spencer Burke take a break at the National Pastor’s Convention in San Diego, California, to talk about the dream of a Church that transcends the lines of race, ethnicity and theological divides. Although he grew up going to an all-black church, Efrem remembers attending an event when he was 17 where there were multiple races and ethnicities gathered together and he thought, “This is the way church is supposed to be.” Today he pastors a church that is multi-racial-a body of Whites, African Americans, Asians, Latinos-and he challenges listeners to decide, “Should church be different? Should we rethink our vision of church as Black/White/Charismatic/mainline/etc.?”

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