“Shenandoah” Herbert W. Armstrong College Young Ambassadors

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Herbert W. Armstrong College Young Ambassadors sing Mark Rice’s arrangement of “Shenandoah” with music director Ryan Malone and assistant director Mark Jenkins on piano. Performed Armstrong Auditorium on May 23 as part of the Spring Choir/Dance concert.

Herbert W. Armstrong College is privately supported by the Philadelphia Church of God.

Young Life Oakbridge Camp

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If you’re looking for a beautiful place, within a reasonable drive, delicious food, a wide variety of activities, economically priced and away from interruptions, then come to Oakbridge!

Oakbridge is a Christian conference center located in the scenic rolling hills of Ramona, California. The country atmosphere, sweet hospitality, tasty hot meals, comfy housing and beautiful scenery beckon you to relax and enjoy your time together as a group.

Oakbridge is open year round for retreats, meetings, conferences and special events. Young Life is a para-church organization that reaches out to non-churched junior and senior adolescents. When Young Life is not using Oakbridge, we rent out the property to various churches, schools and non-profit organizations. Give us a call at 760-789-6980!

Young Life Oakbridge
27224 Hwy 78
Ramona, CA 92065

I Wouldn’t Trade The Old Rugged Cross To Sing Your Cheating Heart … Young Spirit

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This is Young Spirit performing the cover song “I Wouldn’t Trade The Old Rugged Cross To Sing Your Cheating Heart” at The Chattahoochee Valley Southern Gospel Music Association’s 2nd Leg Road Tour 2017 at Glenn Anthony Baptist Church Columbus, Georgia Pastor Hank Reeves on September 29th…2017.

The Osmond Brothers and Curtis Young | Live at Church Street Station

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Welcome to Church Street Station, presented by the legendary Rex Allen Sr. Originally airing in 1988, it was recorded live at the The Cheyenne Saloon and Opera House’ located in Orlando, Florida. Church Street Station brings you the best live performances from all your country music favourites.

In this episode we have performances by: The Osmond Brothers and Curtis Young

Curtis Young – Who Do You Know in California
Curtis Young – An American Trilogy
The Osmond Brothers – Taking Country to the City
The Osmond Brothers – Yes Ma’am
The Osmond Brothers – Where Does an Angel Go When She Cries
The Osmond Brothers – He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother

Church Street Station was home to some of the most prestigious performances of Country artists throughout the 80’s, gaining popularity through being shown on the Nashville Network.

Known to many as Mr. Harmony, Curtis Young sings “An American Trilogy”, a song made up of three 19th Century songs; “Dixie”, “All My Trials” and “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” and “Who Do You Know in California”, a #11 hit for Eddy Raven in 1981.

The Osmonds are an American family music group with a long and varied career — a career that took them from singing barbershop music as children to achieving success as teen-music idols, from producing a hit television show to continued success as solo and group performers. The Osmonds are devout members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and their religious values have influenced their careers.

The Osmond family was not one single act, but a group of several. The Osmond Brothers began as a barbershop quartet consisting of brothers Alan, Wayne, Merrill and Jay Osmond. They were later joined by younger siblings Donny and Jimmy, both of whom enjoyed success as solo artists as well; with Donny, the band became known as The Osmonds, under which the band enjoyed its greatest pop success. Their only sister Marie, who rarely sang with her brothers at that time, launched a successful career in 1973, both as a solo artist and as Donny’s duet partner. A revival of the original Osmond Brothers lineup in the 1980s achieved moderate success in country music and continues to perform to the present day (with Jimmy having since replaced the semi-retired Alan and Wayne), as do Donny and Marie. Collectively, the family has sold 102 million records worldwide.

The siblings’ older brothers George Virl Osmond, Jr. (Virl) and Tom Osmond were born deaf and did not originally perform.[2] They made several television appearances in later years, most notably on the family Christmas specials in the 1970s. All of the Osmonds were born in Ogden, Utah except the youngest, Jimmy, who was born in Canoga Park, California.

This performance was recorded live at Church Street Station in Orlando, Florida.

Becca Mancari – Dirty Dishes || Young Americana Series

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“This song is called Dirty Dishes, and it wants to be a point and blame song, but it keeps coming back on yourself. Not being able to face your own mistakes and shot failings.”


Becca Mancari is a traveler. She’s lived everywhere — Staten Island, Florida, Virginia, India, Pennsylvania — and she’s collected plenty of tales along the way, spinning the sounds and stories of the modern world into songs that mix the organic stomp of American roots music with the approach and attitude of raw rock & roll.

This is personal music, performed by a storyteller who’s lived and loved. Born in Staten Island to an Italian-Irish preacher and a Puerto Rican mother, Becca spent her childhood moving around the East Coast. It’s no surprise, then, that she found herself drawn to a group of train hoppers in central Virginia, where she relocated as a teenager to attend college. Surrounded by fellow travelers, Becca began to make music — not the kind of music she made during her earlier years, when she sang in her father’s church — but music for front porches, for bonfires, for slow dances and road trips, and train rides and new romances. The sound was inspired by everything from Bob Dylan’s Highway 61 Revisited to Neil Young’s Harvest Moon, not to mention the Appalachian folk music that her Virginia friends played. It was bold and broad, and it sounded like Becca Mancari.

After college, Becca continued her travels, eventually winding up in the musical hotbed of Nashville, Tennessee. There, she continues writing songs that blur the lines between genres, sharing shows with artists like Hurray For The Riff Raff and Natalie Prass along the way. “Summertime Mama,” her first single was produced by Adam Landry and Justin Collins (Deer Tick, Middle Brother, Diamond Rugs, Lilly Hiatt) and recorded with members of her touring band, the music is a snapshot from a musician who’s still on the move, constantly writing songs about the people she’s met and the impression they leave.The recordings aren’t perfect, and Becca likes that. Because life isn’t perfect.

“Things that are perfect tend to sound flatlined,” she explains. “There’s no ‘human’ there. I like to hear the person when I listen to songs. And I hope people can hear me.”


LGBT Employment Discrimination & AZ Future: Young Entrepreneurs & Dry: A Summer Art Event

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President Obama issued an executive order barring discrimination against LGBT employees working for the federal government and federal contractors. In another edition of the feature “Arizona’s Future,” we take a look at an ASU program geared at producing new entrepreneurs. We step into the air-conditioned space at R. Pela Contemporary Art in Phoenix to examine life in the desert.


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This lively video is a medley of stories, songs, and music recorded with residents at the LEE Center in Hibbing, Minnesota.

Mike Hazard was the teaching artist. Mike Miesbauer and Bob Corradi played tunes.

The project was supported by COMPAS and a Partners in Arts Participation grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board.

BridgeWay Church | Denver | Sunday Morning | July 24, 2016 | Pastor Peter Young

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Click “SHOW MORE” for Message Notes & BridgeWay Info | www.bridgeway.us | 5201 E. Warren Ave., Denver, CO 80222 | 303.695.8400

9:30a Sundays | 10a Children’s Ministry Check-In closes | 1st Sunday Communion | YouTube Channel | LiveStream now has Chat

Phil Koneman | A part of alignment is thinking about the things of God. If you’ve ears to hear, hear.

Caroline Stailey | We’re worshipping the Lord and our oppressors are fleeing.

Pastor Peter Young | We’re clay vessels. As you carry the Presence of Jesus Christ, the Lord is bringing angels to bring victory. God is working for victory. The Sword of the Lord is the Angelic Host.

Pastor Andre Sosnowski | I have set the Lord continually before me. Because He is at my right hand, I shall not be shaken. | Water Baptisms on Sunday, August 7.

Nicholas Barta | He is the New 1st-Year Leader of Colorado School of Kingdom Ministry.

Coral | She gives her testimony for BridgeWay’s School.

The Lord is going to bring this in the body of Christ. | Romans 8 | Sons & Daughters work in alignment with God’s heart. | Genesis 1:25-28.

Acts 10 | Peter’s hungry when he goes to pray. But he fell into a trance and saw Heaven open. God is behind the scene bringing unity that Peter and Cornelius didn’t expect. God is going to set free those who are oppressed by the devil.

What is the defining marker of the Believer? The Holy Spirit falling on them. What trumps the law? The Spirit.

There was a 1) religious prejudice, a spirit of religion, 2) an ethnic or racial prejudice and 3) a political prejudice. These need to come down in the Name of Jesus. Jesus Christ died for everyone on the planet. God desires that all men come into repentance.

God is at work preparing individuals for tearing down the divide. God is preparing a nation for salvation. The Lord is releasing something in the nation today and it’s time to get over our prejudices. We are people who categorize things.

The Kingdom imperative is totally different. Don’t separate yourself from the problem.

Everything that can be shaken is being shaken, so only the Kingdom of God will remain. | Romans 12

All across our city are people being prepared for reconciliation.

He is the Lord of everything. The answer is Jesus Christ of all. Jesus demonstrated that the Father is interested and involved in all that are in bondage. Jesus needs to be Lord. Don’t we categorize terribly? | There’s no partiality with God. God is no respecter of persons. God is preparing friends that you don’t even know are friends yet.

Here’s Lana Vawser’s testimony at Infuse Church, Littleton last night.

The Holy Spirit is actually greater than the law.

The supernatural work of the Spirit is needed. Angels are actually with you. These curses are coming down because Jesus is Lord of all. Jesus, deal with my prejudices, deal with my offenses. We need a healing in this Land. We walk aside those we don’t agree with, getting in their world.

Here’s a good word: A prejudice against yourself. A spirit of insecurity, it’s called an Orphan Spirit. The veil is torn. Come into My Presence. Come into Kingdom Alignment, you’re Sons and Daughters of the King.

We can’t live in boxes any longer. Holy Spirit, I lose You to speak.

In the Kingdom, God is not partial.

Spider-Man 3 – Best Of – Christopher Young & Danny Elfman [HD]

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Petit mix de la soundtrack du film “Spider-Man 3” de Sam Raimi.

Danny Elfman, né Daniel Robert Elfman le 29 mai 1953 à Amarillo (Texas), est un compositeur américain de musique de films, ancien leader du groupe de rock et de new wave Oingo Boingo. Il a composé la musique de la plupart des films de Tim Burton, de plusieurs films de Sam Raimi ainsi que les thèmes musicaux des génériques des Simpson et de Desperate Housewives. Il a reçu de nombreuses récompenses pour ses compositions originales et a été nommé quatre fois pour l’Oscar de la meilleure musique de film.

Jim Parsons and Iain Armitage talk CBS’ “Young Sheldon”

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Actor Jim Parsons has brought Sheldon Cooper to life for the past 10 years on “The Big Bang Theory.” Now, Parsons is also behind the camera as an executive producer and narrator of a new show called “Young Sheldon,” starring Iain Armitage. Parsons and Armitage join “CBS This Morning” to discuss the new series.

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