6201 Tradition Drive, Abilene, TX 79606



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The Virtual Tour for the property at 6201 Tradition Drive, Abilene, TX 79606 listed for $264,900: Other homes for sale by Deborah Church of Tommy Simons & Associates, REALTORS: Stunning 4 Bedroom 3 Bath Home in The Highly Desired Wylie Legacies Area! This Beautiful Home was Built with Many Custom Features, Including Gourmet Kitchen with an Island and Granite Counter tops, Split Bedroom Arrangement, Fireplace. Located on a Large Corner Landscaped Lot with Sprinkler System and Privacy Fenced Yard. Convenient to some of Abilene's Finest Churches, Dining, Shopping, Schools and Medical …

“God’s Word vs. Vain Tradition” (Orthodox & Roman Catholic Church Exposed)



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Martin Luther, Ignatius of Loyola and (the) Catholic Tradition



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Philip D.W. Krey, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
David Collins, S.J., Georgetown University
Amy Leonard, Georgetown University
Leo Lefebure, Georgetown University (Moderator)

Behind the Tradition of the Church Hat



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The church hat is more than just a fashion statement, it’s a part of a long and cherished African American tradition. For hatmakers Evetta Petty, Kathy Anderson and Wanda Chambers, the church hat is a crown, and when a woman puts one on, she becomes a queen. The three milliners have dedicated their lives to crafting elaborate and vibrant hats, seen everywhere from pews of churches to the pages of Vogue. For them, the right hat is a religious experience, a piece of art worn atop the head. Now, they’re hoping to pass the crown down to the next generation.

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Forgiveness in the African American Religious Tradition



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Albert J. Raboteau, Henry W. Putnam Professor of Religion Emeritus, Princeton University, gave the 2017 Ruth Knee Lecture on Spirituality and Social Work at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration on February 28, 2017.

In June 2015, the murder of nine black church members in Charleston, South Carolina by a white supremacist as they attended an evening Bible study class shocked the nation. The reactions of some of the family members of the slain amazed many as they expressed forgiveness for the killer. Raboteau’s lecture examined the long history of forgiveness in the African-American Church tradition, stretching from slavery to the present day, to help explain their amazing act.
Albert J. Raboteau is a specialist in American religious history. His research and teaching have focused on American Catholic history, African-American religious movements, and the place of beauty in the history of Eastern and Western Christian Spirituality.

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Ronnie Reno & the Reno Tradition – Mr. Coachman



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Ronnie Reno & the Reno Tradition sing the Reno Brothers’ “Mr. Coachman” at RenoFest held in Hartsville, SC on March 24, 2012.
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Ronnie Reno – Guitar, Lead Vocal
Jackie Miller – Fiddle, Harmony Vocal
Mike Scott – Banjo
John Mayberry – Mandolin, Harmony Vocal
Robin Smith – Bass

Ronnie Reno & The Reno Tradition – Long Gone



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Lessons Learned (NEW CD)

Ronnie Reno, Guitar
Mike Scott, Banjo
Jackie Miller, Fiddle
John Maberry, Mandolin
Robin Smith, Bass

2015 RenoFest

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The Center Theater
212 N 5th St
Hartsville, South Carolina

Ronnie Reno & The Reno Tradition – Jesus Will Save Your Soul



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Ronnie Reno & The Reno Tradition

Ronnie Reno, Guitar
Mike Scott, Banjo
Jackie Miller, Fiddle
John Maberry, Mandolin
Heath Van Winkle, Bass

2016 RenoFest honoring Don Reno
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The Center Theater
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Senior Citizen Sex – Apple Cider Vinegar – Tradition, Port St. Lucie, FL – March 25, 2012 !



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Tradition is a located in beautiful Port Saint Lucie Florida. Tradition currently has approximately 2,400 residences, is home to Palm Pointe Educational Research School at Tradition, an innovative K-8 lab/charter school operated in partnership with Florida Atlantic University and the School Board of St. Lucie County, a 600,000 SF power center anchored by Target, a neighborhood mixed use center anchored by a 112,421 SF Publix Supermarket, restaurants, shops and offices and a new 300-bed hospital planning to open their first phase of 80 beds in early 2014 and Digital Domain, a digital animation and movie production facility, moved into their new 20,000 SF building earlier this year with frontage along I-95. … Hope you enjoyed the ride !

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Ray’s Restaurant “A Dothan Tradition: Good Food, Good Friends, Good Times.” | Alabama



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I’m not a professional – I’m Just having fun – Ray’s Restaurant has been serving up delicious dishes since 1969. As a community-oriented establishment, our motto is “A Dothan Tradition: Good Food, Good Friends, Good Times.” This tradition is played out time and again every time we open our doors. Locals love our country breakfasts and hand-seasoned burgers, and tourists enjoy stopping in to get a feel of the local community from our barbecue restaurant in Dothan, AL. We offer a full breakfast menu Monday through Saturday, a daily-changing lunch menu Monday through Friday and a quick-order lunch menu on Saturdays. Our staff aims to please, so if you don’t see what you want on the menu, we are happy to make it if we have the ingredients – Dothan Alabama – 11/11/2017

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Ronnie Reno & The Reno Tradition – Just Waiting For A Train



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Heath Van Winkle, Bass

2016 RenoFest honoring Don Reno
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Truth or Tradition? Part II, Mark Brand, Antioch Church, Dallas, Texas



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Sunday morning worship service at Antioch Church in Dallas, Texas on August 31, 2014. Pastor Mark Brand preaches Part II of his message entitled, “Truth or Tradition?” from his ongoing series, “Jesus: He is Everything You Need,” based on the Gospel of Mark. – Captured Live on Ustream at