Tony Christie – Amarillo 1972



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Tony Christie – Amarillo 1972

Sha la la la la la …

When the day is dawning,
On a Texas Sunday Morning
How I long to be there
With Marie who’s waiting for me there
Every lonely city
Where i hang my hat
Aint as half as pretty,
As where my baby’s at

Is this the way to Amarillo?
Every night I’ve been hugging my pillow
Dreaming dreams of Amarillo
And sweet Marie who waits for me
Show me the way to Amarillo
I’ve been weeping like a willow
Crying over Amarillo
And sweet Marie who waits for me

Sha la la la la la la …
And Marie who waits for me

Theres a church bell ringing
With a song of joy that its singing
For the sweet Maria
And the guy who’s coming to see her
Just beyond the highway
Theres an open plane and it keeps me going
Through the wind and rain

Is this the way to Amarillo?
Every night I’ve been hugging my pillow
Dreaming dreams of Amarillo
And sweet Marie who waits for me
Show me the way to Amarillo
I’ve been weeping like a willow
Crying over Amarillo
And sweet Marie who waits for me

Sha la la la la la la …
And Marie who waits for me
Sha la la la la la la …
And Marie who waits for me

Baltimore: My Hometown – Tony Evans



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Sermons from Dr. Evans:

Dr. Tony Evans speaks about his hometown of Baltimore, Maryland. He addresses the recent events, focusing on the evident need for hope through Jesus Christ in the city and the nation.

Dr. Tony Evans is founder and senior pastor of the 9500-member Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, founder and president of The Urban Alternative, best-selling author of Kingdom Man, former chaplain of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, and present chaplain of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks. His radio broadcast, The Alternative with Dr. Tony Evans, can be heard on nearly 1,000 US radio outlets daily and in more than 130 countries.

The Urban Alternative (TUA) is the national ministry of Dr. Tony Evans, whose mission is restoring hope and transforming lives through the proclamation and application of the Word of God.

We believe God made you on purpose for a purpose. At TUA, our heart is to lead you to an understanding of what that purpose is and then to support you as you manifest it in each of the covenantal spheres of your life: personal, home, church, and community.

One thing we are certain of is that God doesn’t make small people. His plan for you is bigger than you dare imagine. Your purpose was spiritually ordained. To find it, you must align yourself underneath God’s kingdom agenda which is His visible and comprehensive rule over every area of life.

Through Him, you will touch heaven and change earth.

Just as God offers His restorative power to you, we at TUA extend ourselves as a resource for you to grow in Christ. Our strategies, methods, and resources have equipped untold numbers of people to become closer with God. We invite you on an adventure of discovering your fullest potential as you serve the King and advance His kingdom.

Pastor Tony Stewart of Citylife Church!



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Blick Law Firm is a Christian-based law firm specializing in practice areas such as: personal injury, criminal, bankruptcy, real estate law all across the state of Florida.

Blick Law Firm is operated by the Blickensderfer Family. Owner and Attorney, Michael C. Blickensderfer, has more than 25 years’ legal experience in Florida, New York and New Jersey. Blick Law Firm is a family-owned business and works closely together to help the Tampa Bay community, as well as the entire state of Florida. Office Manager, Viviane Blickensderfer manages the Tampa office at 3812 Gunn Highway, Tampa, FL 33618. Daughter, Dana Blickensderfer heads the marketing and public relations department and monitors the company’s brand. While family comprises the heart of the team, the 13 non-family employees play a dynamic role to successively operate a diverse practice. This Tampa law firm works towards a spirit of excellence in order to help the hurting and those in need.

“Our faith is about helping one another in the community through legal direction and Godly love,” Dana Blickensderfer said. “The motto developed in the workplace is helping the hurting.”

Compassion is critical in a business such as a law practice.

“Unfortunately, some cases involve great loss, death or financial hardship,” Dana Blickensderfer said. “Michael is a compassionate but firm lawyer, very knowledgeable in the legal system but has a heart for his clients to provide the right balanced professional.”

Christian Lawyers give back to the community in more ways than legal aid. At the Blick Law Firm, the Blickensderfer Family makes charitable donations, contributing up to 10 percent of its annual income to charity or similar non-profit organizations. The Blick Law Firm established relationships with over a dozen organizations, ranging from St. Jude’s Children Hospital to a Suicide Prevention Organization. The Christian Attorneys try to remain consistent in their time and giving. This unique law firm has a very personal way of ministering to the Tampa Bay area through legal aid and counsel. Attorney, Michael Blickensderfer is also licensed as a Pastoral Minister and along with providing legal counsel, finds many opportunities to utilize his pastoral services when appropriate.

The Personal Injury Law Firm developed a bit of a reputation around Tampa for its generosity and good services. Along with its recent growth, the firm continues to support new opportunities to serve its clients and surrounding area. Avenues the firm reaches out to the community include: Blick Law Firm plans to host educational seminars by legal staff; sponsor local charitable events; and work with groups of realtors, doctors and other attorneys to obtain professional working relationships to better serve the firm’s clients.

At the law firm, all our welcome and encouraged to stop by to speak with the family. Blick Law Firm endeavors to adhere to its Christian values and beliefs, while welcoming and serving clientele of all backgrounds.

For more information about us visit

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St. Christopher Catholic Church
1840 N. Bruce Street
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89030
Telephone: 702-642-1154

Nuestra Iglesia San Christobal Hispana Catolica, tenemos todos los Jueves a las 6:45 PM hasta las 2100 PM. Alba a Jesus y Madre de Dios en el Servicio de Oracion con cantos de alabamza. Tambien oramos Por los enfermos para ser sanados. Damos la Bienvenida a todos a nuestra Iglesia. Nuestra Hispano Iglesia Catolica, el apoyo Steve y Tony Pedimos a todos los Catolicos hispanos a favor envie algun tipo de ayuda, dinero en efectivo, donacion para ayudar Tonys padre. De esa manera poder continuar con su cuidado amoroso. Por favor, usted puede enviar cheques de donacion al Banco de America numero de cuenta: 4350-1850-9663. Le damos los gracias en nombre de nuestra senores. Alabamos que Jesus ayude a su nombre.

4.20.2018 | Celebrating 52 Years, Pastor Tony Spell, Baton Rouge La: Absolutes For This Generation!



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STATE OF TODAY’S US CHURCHES



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Pastor Ken Hampton

Ken Hampton is pastor of a church in Detroit, Michigan. Pastor Hampton speaks of the deteriorating state of churches in the United States today and explains how churches can not only flourish but also recapture America by returning to a strong and uncompromising stand for the fundamentals of the faith.

Grace Bible Chapel
5440 Oakman Boulevard
Detroit, Michigan 48204-2682
(313) 933-9322
Fax: (313) 933-1424
email: [email protected]

Author: Rev. Noah Hutchings

After serving in churches for many years, Noah Hutchings became interested in why those who profess the name of Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord believe differently on hundreds of doctrinal issues, when it is so obvious that all cannot be right.

After an appraisal of the entire spectrum of denominational differences, the author reduces the many ecclesiastical variances to one common denominator: the Gospel of the Kingdom committed to Peter to preach to the Circumcision (Israel) and the Gospel of sovereign Grace committed to the Uncircumcision (Gentiles).

If you have ever wondered why there are so many denominations, sects, and cults, and why church memberships cannot agree on even simple doctrines like baptism, then you will want to read and study this book. This book is also used in seminaries, and thousands have been published.