“Finish” – Harvest Bible Church Youth Camp at Falls Creek 2018
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One of the nation’s worst acts of racial violence—the Tulsa Race Riot—occurred there on June 1, 1921, when 35 square blocks of homes and businesses were torched by mobs of whites.
The riot began because of an alleged assault of a white woman, Sarah Page, by an Afrikan man, Dick Rowland. This incident produced even more hatred between the whites and the Blacks even though there was no proof of the assault. The case was simply a white woman’s word against a Black man’s word. The Tulsa Tribune got word of the incident and published the story in the paper on May 31, 1921. Shortly after the newspaper article surfaced, there was news that a white lynch mob was going to take matters into its own hands and kill Dick Rowland.
Afrikan men began to arm themselves and join forces in order to protect Dick Rowland; however, this action prompted white men to arm themselves and confront the group of African American men. There was an argument in which a white man tried to take a gun from a black man, and the gun fired a bullet up into the sky. This incident promoted many others to fire their guns, and the violence erupted on the evening of May 31, 1921. Whites flooded into the Greenwood district and destroyed the businesses and homes of Afrikan residents. No one was exempt to the violence of the white mobs; men, women, and even children were killed by the mobs.
Troops were deployed on the afternoon of June 1st, but by that time there was not much left of the once thriving Greenwood district. Over 600 successful businesses were lost. Among these were 21 churches, 21 restaurants, 30 grocery stores and two movie theaters, plus a hospital, a bank, a post office, libraries, schools, law offices, a half-dozen private airplanes and even a bus system. Property damage totaled $1.5 million (1921). Although the official death toll claimed that 26 Blacks and 13 whites died during the fighting, most estimates are considerably higher. At the time of the riot, the American Red Cross listed 8,624 persons in need of assistance, in excess of 1,000 homes and businesses destroyed, and the delivery of several stillborn infants.
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Pastor David Popoola –
up early in Fairbanks on my never ending quest to keep the local playgrounds safe for the children by metal detecting with my Fisher F75 and removing the dangerous items found
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The Lord has revealed the plots of Satan again, for us to stand in the gap and pray and intercede for the souls of men.
Pray for Redding California, PRAY FOR employees of the Walmart superstores in that state and bathe them in prayer.
Kelly Anundson vs Elliot Kelly Reno Nevada 1/26/2018
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Literally being led as sheep to the slaughter… Pastors call for end to gun violence while purposely stating, “the way of the Cross” means giving up firearms as a means of self-defense… WHAAAT!?!
Some of the demands outlined in the petition include ending the use of firearms for self-defense, working with law enforcement to diminish gun violence, and responding with love for those who continue to inflict or advocate violence.
Pastors committed to this declaration (Full list at dynamis resources link above):
Rev. Dr. Tim Dearborn, Seattle, WA
Dr. Kerry Dearborn, Seattle, WA
Rev. Dr. Joy Johnson, Sacramento, CA
Rev. Dr. Scott Herr, Paris, France
Rev. Dr. Justo González
Rev. Dr. Catherine Gunsalus González
Rev. Dr. Walter Brueggemann, Cincinnati, OH
Rev. Dr. Paul Alexander, Philadelphia, PA
Dr. Ron Sider, Lancaster, PA.
Dr. Christena Cleveland, Durham, NC
Dr. Miroslav Volf, Guilford, CT
Jessica Dwelle, Guilford, CT
Dr. Stanley Hauerwas
Rev. Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil, Seattle, WA
Dr. Ruth Haley Barton, Wheaton, IL
Dr. Nicolas Wolsterstorff, Grand Rapids, MI
Rev. Noel Castellanos, Chicago, IL
Rev. Michael McBride, Berkeley, CA
Dr. David Gushee, Atlanta, GA
Rev. Bill Haley, Shenandoah Valley, VA
Rev. Colin McCartney, Toronto, ON
Fr. Joel S. Garavaglia-Maiorano, Medford, OR
Rev. Gina Casey, Phoenix, AZ
Dr. Tom Sine, Seattle, WA
Dr. Christine Arondel Sine, Seattle, WA
Rev. Dr. Juan Francisco Martínez, Pasadena, CA
Rev. Dr. Kutter Callaway, Pasadena, CA
Dr. Christopher Hays, Pasadena, CA
Dr. William Dyrness, Altadena, CA
Dr. Grace Dyrness, Altadena, CA
Dr. Amy Sherman, Charlottesville, VA
Rev. Rob Schenck, Washington, DC
Rev. Dr. Bret M Widman, Sacramento, CA
Rev. Dr. Larry Kalajainen, Island Heights, NJ
Rev. Kevin Kitrell Ross, Sacramento, CA
Pastor Sistah Pat Roundtree Rivers, Sacramento, CA
Pastor Ben Rivers, Jr., Sacramento, CA
Rev. Jon L. Wasson, Austin, TX
Rev. Dr. Chris Neufeld-Erdman, Davis, CA
Kristyn Komarnicki, Philadelphia, PA
Rev. Mike Neelley, Mount Vernon, WA
Dr. Jim Caldwell, Seattle, WA
Rev. Eliana Maxim, Seattle, WA
Marisa Gulbranson Gronholz, Seattle, WA
Sara McMahon, Seattle, WA
Rev. Dr. Randolph Miller, Medford, OR
Chris Hoke, Mount Vernon, WA
Sarah Withrow King, Philadelphia, PA
Rev. Dr. Thom Nelson, Jacksonville, IL
Bishop Robert L. Fitzpatrick, Honolulu, Hawaii
Rev. Matt Blazer, Simsbury, CT
Alan Cooper, Chicago, IL
Rev. Steve Bieghler, Pomona, CA
Deborah Mariah Martin, Ridgefield, CT
Rev. Silas West, Omaha, NE
Jenni Malyon, Mount Vernon, WA
Matt Malyon, Mount Vernon, WA
11 Days Apostolic assembly tour with Bishop Joe Prado
Highlights from Geyer Springs First Baptist Church (Little Rock, Arkansas) high school basketball league 2010.
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Born on Christmas Day by Kristin Chenoweth – cover by One Voice Children’s Choir, under the direction of Masa Fukuda. To learn more, visit
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The video features One Voice Children’s Choir in collaboration with Rocky Mountain Strings children’s orchestra, under the direction of Chandelle Fairbanks. To learn more, visit
Soloists (in order of appearance): Reese Oliveira, Kenya Clark, Bella Bandley, Tinsley Smith, Ellie Barry, Braelyn Newbury
Orchestra: Alina Baron, Emma Bergstedt, Grace Bergstedt, Cari Davenport, Haley Dumas, Josie Fairbanks, Ellie Fairbanks, Eliza Hart, Lydia Haws, Madi Hansen, Alaina Hola, Aryanna Holmes, Hope Jackson, Sarah Kendall, Sophie Taylor, Emma Thackeray
Piano: Anne Cecala
Words and music by: Keith Andes, Peabo Bryson and Robbie Buchanan
Music arranged, produced, directed, recorded and mixed by: Masa Fukuda
Mastered by: Stoker White at Soularium Recording Studios, Alpine, Utah
Produced by: Amy Oakeson
Directed by : Jacob Dickey
Onsite Sound Engineer: Robert Wyss
Location Production Crew: Gordon Dunn, and Bradford Jones
Post Production by Jacob Dickey, Gordon Dunn, and Nicholas Dunn at Ex Machina Films, Salt Lake City, Utah
Special thanks to : Rocky Mountain Strings for facilitating a wonderful collaboration. Jenn Davis and the Wasatch Presbyterian Church for their generosity in allowing this video to be filmed in their beautiful sanctuary.
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A little boy joined Eric up on stage at Country Thunder AZ 2013 – Eric ended up giving him his guitar out on the catwalk! How awesome is that? That is the cutest little boy!