NTCOG-HWC Part 2-Island Women’s Ministry Service with Dr. Sonya Mixon – April 14, 2013



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Topic: I’m Healed But I Need To Be Made Whole. St. Luke 8: 40-50
Guest Speaker: Dr. Sonya Mixon Pastor of Shabach Christian Church in Orlando, Florida.
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Lawton Water Supply. 1930.



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Description: Black and white silent film slated as follows: Enlarging Water Supply for Fort Sill and Lawton, Oklahoma. Sherman Machine and Iron Works, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Contractor F.E. Lawrence, City Engineer of Lawton, Oklahoma. The Cast Iron Pipe for this project was furnished by the U.S. Pipe and Foundry Company, and it required approximately 125,000 feet from 6″ to 24″ of which 65,000 feet was 24″ and 21,000 feet 16″. The water supply for Lawton, Oklahoma and Fort Sill is furnished by beautiful Lake Lawtonka, in the heart of the Wichita Mountains which are noted for their scenic beauty. A succession of dams and lake through Medicine Park, ideal for camping and fishing. Unloading cars and stringing along right of way. Blasting red granite in preparation for machine excavating. Some of the topography along right of way. Note deer and other game which abound in the Government preserve. Excavating through some of the granite formations. Excavating for one of the many creek crossings. Maneuvering machinary in creek bottoms and rocky hill country. Laying pipe, cleaning bell and spigot before lowering into the ditch. This would be a novel way of cleaning out pipe. Yarning a Leadite joint, using square braided hemp. Melting leadite in aluminum pot using wood fire. Pouring leadite joint and using high pouring gate.

Creator: Sherman Family

Coverage: Lawton (City) in Oklahoma (USA), Fort Sill (City) in Oklahoma (USA), Medicine Park (City) in Oklahoma (USA)

MARC Geographic Areas: Oklahoma (oku)

Resource Type: Image — Moving Image

Extent (quantity/size): 14 minutes 37 seconds

Media: 16 mm film

AVI 1920X1080 29.97 FRAME RATE; Silent

Subjects: Silent films – America

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“You Need To Know Me” Dr. Christopher Davis, Sr.



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Dr. Christopher B. Davis Sr. sharing in a Sunday evening Vesper Service in the Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel at Morehouse College. Dr. Davis serves as the senior pastor of St. Paul Baptist Church in Memphis,TN. The Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel seeks to develop, promote and accomplish clergy, laity, and youth awakening through reconciliation, non-violence, science, spirituality and the building of global “communities of hope.” It is these “beloved communities” that live out divine promises of unity and peace. The Chapel is the world’s most prominent living religious memorial to alumnus Martin Luther King Jr., class of 1948. The Chapel is the “living room” of historic Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, the birthplace of the civil rights movement in the United States of America. It is a “world house” where we welcome and honor distinguished global citizens who embody the vision of peace. It is in this manner that we inspire examples of Christ’s consciousness of unconditional love.

Prophet Brian Carn Preaching at The Bethel Church Full 5PM (3/13/2016)



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Prophet Brian Carn was born on September 11th in Jacksonville, Florida. Raised in the admonition of the Lord, he received salvation at eight years old, and .

Prophet Brian Carn was born on September 11th in Jacksonville, Florida. Raised in the admonition of the Lord, he received salvation at eight years old, and .

Prophet Brian Carn was born on September 11th in Jacksonville, Florida. Raised in the admonition of the Lord, he received salvation at eight years old, and .

Rise Up O Men of God arr. Kenneth Jennings



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Sung by the Plymouth Men’s Chorus of First Plymouth Church, Lincoln Nebraska on July 27, 2014. Tom Trenney conducting.
Rise up, O men of God!
Have done with lesser things.
Give heart and mind and soul and strength
To serve the King of kings.

Rise up, O men of God!
The kingdom tarries long.
Bring in the day of brotherhood
And end the night of wrong.

Rise up, O men of God!
The church for you doth wait,
Her strength unequal to her task;
Rise up and make her great!

Lift high the cross of Christ!
Tread where His feet have trod.
As brothers of the Son of Man,
Rise up, O men of God!

Dashony’s Target: Mt Hutt – high difficulty skiing run EXTREME SKIING in New Zealand-ground video



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Snow alpine skiing extreme targeting Mt Hutt’s most difficult run, most dangerous, high difficulty. Mission accomplished? Do not try this at home, try it down the mountain! 🙂

Fela Kuti on Colonial mentality



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Fela Kuti interview subtitled. I made this edit for my high school students in Los Angeles. I subtitled the video so that they would clearly understand what he is saying. I first heard Fela as a young teenager and learned a lot from his songs. In this song Fela is being Sarcastic of the Democracy (new Christianity) which Europeans (U.S.A) use to justify their continued colonialism just as they are doing in Iraq and Afghanistan. I also changed the word F— and narrowed the image as to not show the cigarette so that I can show it in school. Thank you for all you comments

Trinity United Church of Christ Dance Ministry and Sanctuary Choir-Midnight Cry



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TUCC Dance Ministry and Sanctuary Choir ministering to Midnight Cry with Choregraphy by Robin Gray-Bishop. The full service can be found at

The most important lesson from 83,000 brain scans | Daniel Amen | TEDxOrangeCoast



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What Does a Quaker Pastor Do?



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Not every Quaker meeting has a paid pastor, but some have found it helpful. Margaret Webb, pastor of New Garden Meeting in North Carolina, explains her role.

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Margaret Webb: Quakers believe that each person has a ministry, has a call, has something that the Spirit is calling them to do. Because of that we believe that each of us has gifts and we each have a role in our meeting community. So we each minister to each other within a Quaker community. So I’m one of many ministers, which is why I’m called a “pastoral minister.”

What Does a Quaker Pastor Do?

I’m Margaret Webb. I’m the pastoral minister at New Garden Friends Meeting in Greensboro, North Carolina. I grew up in an unprogrammed meeting, and we loved one another and we cared for one another but I do think that it’s useful to have one person who is paid (released) to do that work, to tend to those connections, and to also help alert the wider community to needs.

Providing Pastoral Care

Some pastors take deep joy in worship planning, and reading spiritual works and preparing their hearts and their minds for worship, and that’s the center of their ministry. Some pastors find their center in religious education, in helping people learn about faith and explore faith. For me, the center of my ministry is really pastoral care. So I start there with my week and then I build outwards from there.

So a lot of what I do during the week is I visit people. I visit elderly people, who maybe can’t make it to meeting every Sunday, or who can’t come to meeting at all anymore. I visit people who are sick and I visit people who have been hospitalized, and I visit people who are in crisis. I provide a presence with those people.

So a lot of the work that I do as a pastoral minister is helping be with people who need somebody to be with them.

Providing Programming

I put together pieces for meeting for worship, so if we have music as part of our worship, I help with the selection of music and I prepare a message–which is usually quite short–that helps deepen our silence. I also prepare other pieces of programming as needed, so baby dedications or vow renewals, if a couple wants to renew their vows, I’ll prepare those pieces as well.

Supporting Committees

Business gets done in Quaker meetings by committee, and that has been my experience in unprogrammed, silent meetings and also in programmed meetings where there’s a pastor who helps with worship. Still, all of the work of the meeting is done by committees.
So my role as pastoral minister is to just support that work: to provide whatever kinds of tools those committees might need, to do the work that they’re doing for the meeting.

Making Connections

So I can’t do all of the pastoral care of the meeting. That would be impossible. But we have committees that also help with that care. It’s my role to be intentional about people’s needs, and that also, people who have gifts of pastoral care–which, there are a number of people in this meeting who have those gifts–that they’re being connected to people who need the nurture.

So I’m the person who makes connections a lot of times. I’m also, in some ways, like a gardener. I provide the space of nurture when it’s needed and also empower other people to step into that gardener role. And I think some communities do best when they have someone who has been released to be their gardener. That is one of the ways that communities have found a way to thrive in the modern world.
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EXPLORING GEORGIA NUCLEAR AIRCRAFT LABORATORY



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Year: 2010
Make: Toyota
Model: Highlander
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Transmission: Automatic 5-Speed
Stock #: 181255A
VIN: 5TDJK3EH5AS010410

We’re the kind of Ford dealer that takes the time and listens to the wants and needs of our clients. We understand that buying a car is a process that takes a certain amount of careful consideration.

It’s a lot to wrap your head around but at Gary Crossley Ford we do our best to make the car buying experience an easy one. We’re the kind of Kansas City, MO car dealer that helps you decide exactly what you’re looking for. We won’t ever make a sale that our customers will end up being unhappy with. We’re proud to be the type of Kansas City, MO Ford dealer that strives for 100% customer satisfaction.

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