Volunteers of the Month for February 2019

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Our Spirit Circles Facilitators are an incredible group of dedicated souls who ably, passionately and lovingly serve our small groups ministry. Throughout the year, they help our members and congregants connect, share and support each other, often times in their own homes.

Thank you, Facilitators, for all you do!

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Unity Church of the Hills
9905 Anderson Mill Road
Austin, TX 78750

Worship Services:
Sundays at 8:00, 9:25 & 11:25 a.m. (Facebook Live at 11:25 a.m.)
Wednesday Evening Prayer & Meditation at 7:00 p.m.
Daily Prayer Service at 11:00 a.m. Monday – Saturday

Spiritual seekers often say that finding Unity is like coming home. We are an open-minded, accepting spiritual community that honors all paths to God. Whoever you are. Wherever you are on your path. You are welcome here.

We emphasize the practical, everyday application of spiritual principles to help you live a more abundant, meaningful life. We are more than a church. You’ll find inclusive services, inspiring messages, enlivening music, and a place you can call home. Although we understand that personal and spiritual growth come from within, we know that we all grow faster and have more fun along the way when we are engaged in a community – developing friendships, sharing ideas, and giving back.

Clip of the Month: Extreme Poverty & the U.S. Government with Philip Alston

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Philip Alston is the special rapporteur for extreme poverty and human rights for the United Nations. Recently, he spent two weeks traveling across the U.S. to investigate poverty and discovered appalling conditions, from homelessness in California’s richest cities to open sewage in rural Alabama backyards.

In this clip, he talks about his visit to a San Francisco church that provides a haven for the homeless—one of only two churches in the area to do so—and goes on to discuss the role of government. Today’s policies are the reverse of the New Deal, he says, which assumed that government had a responsibility to look after those at the bottom as well as those at the top.

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Overcoming By Faith “Sermon of The Month” June 2014

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Every month, Overcoming By Faith Ministries will select a full-length sermon to highlight as the Sermon of the Month.

This Sermon is called, “Transparency: The Key To Changing Everything” with Pastor Ricky Temple. For more information about Pastor Ricky Temple and Overcoming By Faith Ministries in Savannah GA, please visit our website www.overcomingbyfaith.org!

Vlog Episode 011 – 1 Month Living Full Time How Much We Spent In Our Little Guy Max Run Down

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Episode 011


VLOGS : Monday – Friday
Feature Videos: Every Saturday
Friday Night Wine (YOUTUBE LIVE): Fridays at 8pm EST
Coffee with Kerry & Russ: (YOUTUBE LIVE): Sundays at 1pm EST

Hartsville TN

Woke up and weather is in the 50’s?????

Went to Rodizio’s in Nashville!

Russ and Kerry review their high and low for the day

Celebrating 1 Month living in our Little Guy Max!

How many miles we have traveled: 1,821
States: 5….6 if you count Georgia. Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee (Georgia)??

Where we stayed: Boondocked 1 night
Moochdocked 11 nights
State Parks 3 nights
Private 10 nights
KOAs 7 nights
COST: 793. 74 (average 24.80/night)

Equipment we wound up buying on the road: $535
Portable Waste Tank LINK TO PRODUCT:
Area Rug ( 2 x 8 runner)
Extra propane tank $51
Propane tank hose $12
Propane tank gauge/adapter $17

Issues on the road:
Hitch (lights)
Propane running out
Propane hose
Furnace going out
Sway bar (ball bearing)
Cable TV (not broken but took a bit to figure out)

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Living In in Taos, New Mexico for a Month | VLOG

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It snowed on day 10 of 34 in Taos and it stopped then melted after a few hours. In this vlog, I share some childhood memories and my thoughts about being here so far.

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Karter’s 6 month update

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karter’s 6 month update! Just a little 6 month update on baby karter! I let you guys in on teething, sleep training,


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Abyssinian Baptist Church: 2016 Black History Month Service

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Guest Speaker: The Rev. Dr. Matthew V. Johnson Sr., Senior Pastor of Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, Birmingham, AL. He preached a very dynamic sermon based on I Kings 19:1-8. Here’s the intro.

National Hispanic Heritage Month Cape Coral Florida/2016

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Celebration in The Catholic Scholl St Andrew Cape Coral Florida…Organized by Mrs.Williams Spanish Teacher…Tipical Hispanic Dances, Gastronomy and Culture of The Hispanic World…Dancers: Maritza Smith, Viridiana García, Marta Torres, Ana María Arcila and Naomy Roberts…Amazing…