After this Pastor Demarkus Pennington 43rd Church Convention Nov 2, 2017



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God blesses us on our first night of our 43rd Church Convention! We are honored to have the guest Pastor and friend with us, Elder Demarkus Pennington from Emmanuel Apostolic here in Fort Wayne. The powerful word came to us in this message titled: “After this..” Nov. 2, 2017 Enjoy and share with a friend!

Los Angeles Police Chase white Honda Accord (Nov. 3, 2017)



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It is believed that the white Honda Accord was stolen. The man drove through East Los Angeles along Cesar Chavez Boulevard then found his way back to Freeway 110. The car somehow got disabled and he jumped a wall. After that, he ran into a High School campus. He was finally found and arrested before anything were to occur in the school. The school was on lockdown while the suspect was sought.

Nov 21, 1842 – The Sisters of the Holy Family – New Orleans – Louisiana



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The Sisters of the Holy Family based in New Orleans, Louisiana, were founded in 1837 as the Sisters of the Presentation by Venerable Henriette DeLille. In 1842, the religious institute changed its name to the Sisters of the Holy Family. Member use the Post-nominal letters S.S.F. which stands for Souers de la Sainte Famille.

Nov 25, 2018 8:15 (Ezekiel 14:1-11)



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This is the 8:15 service on Nov 25, 2018 at Westminster Presbyterian Church. Rev. Erik Veerman preached a sermon on Ezekiel 14:1-11 called “Idols of the Heart”.

Westminster Presbyterian Church is a reformed presbyterian church with traditional worship services. We are part of the PCA and are located in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States.

Our mission and vision is to glorify God by gathering and perfecting the saints through the ordinary means of grace in the context of relational fellowship unto faith, repentance, and new obedience.

You can visit us online at wmpca.org.

Vladiko Nikolai Soraich’ speech after Sunday’s Liturgy on Nov 8th, 2015



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Short speech of Vladiko Nikolai (Soraich), formerly of Sitka, visiting us from Las Vegas.

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Venue: Church of All Russian Saints, Burlingame, CA, Bay Area
Православная Церковь Всех Святых в Земле Российской Просиявших в Burlingame, California
744 El Camino Real, Burlingame, CA 94010

Nov 7 2009 miracle – Rosa Mystica House of Prayer



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For my birthday on November 7, 2009, all I wanted was to spend my day with Our Blessed Mother, Maria Rosa Mystica at Her House of Prayer located in Upstate New York. The night before I prayed and asked Our Lady and Jesus to please manifest themselves at the Chapel as a birthday gift. I received the best birthday present! I was taking pictures of the altar and something told me to take a video. As I pressed record, I saw a light beam from the blue cross in a pulsating manner. It was like we felt the beating of Jesus’ heart. I pray that this video will serve as a testimony for others that Jesus is really present at the Altar. God Bless You! www.RosaMystica13.com

Hank Williams Jr. – Endless Sleep (Shindig – Nov 11, 1964)



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Country musician. Born Randall Hank Williams on May 26, 1949, in Shreveport, Louisiana. The son and namesake of country music pioneer Hank Williams, Hank Jr. was just three when his father died. Five years later, he was performing Hank Sr.’s songs on stage and by age 14 he had recorded his first record. Throughout his teens, Hank Jr. performed to sold-out crowds and on national television, carrying on his father’s legacy through music.

By the early 1970s, though, Hank Jr. yearned to create his own musical identity that combined country with Southern rock and blues. The resulting sound debuted in the 1975 album Hank Williams Jr. and Friends. That year, Williams was severely injured in a mountain-climbing accident in Montana, and it would take two years and nine major surgeries to reconstruct his face. The accident resulted in Williams’ new trademark look, which included a full beard, cowboy hat and dark glasses.

During the 1980s, Hank Jr. catapulted to stardom with several multi-platinum albums and dozens of chart-topping singles, including “Family Tradition,” “Texas Women” and “Born to Boogie.” He won the Country Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year award in 1987 and 1988 and a Grammy Award in 1989 for a duet with his father’s recorded vocals called “There’s a Tear in My Beer.” Younger audiences may know Williams’ voice best from the theme song for ABC’s Monday Night Football, which earned him four Emmy Awards.

Williams was married to Gwen Yeargain until 1977, followed by a marriage to Becky White with whom he has two children. He married Mary Jane Thomas in 1990, and they have two children.

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Alaska Highway – 1942 | Today in History | 21 Nov 16



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On November 21, 1942, the Alaska Highway, also known as the Alcan Highway, was formally opened at Soldier’s Summit in the Yukon Territory. See footage of the highway being constructed in 1942.

American Army Engineers in Camp at Fort St. John, British Colombia. They are working on the Highway from U.S. to Alaska. Cook has a victory haircut. Col. W. L. Hoge is now in command of construction. Finally there is a view of the country across which the Highway run north to Alaska.

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