Up To Faith 2011 – Practice in Slovakia



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One of our last rehearsals, which took place in Žilina (Slovakia) on April 9th 2011 – 14 days before main event. Join us on Sunday, April 24th, 2011 4pm at Eurovea in Bratislava. We will be part of 2011 Up To Faith global dance event. For more info visit uptofaith.com

Jedna z našich posledných skúšok, ktorá sa konala v Žiline 9. apríla 2011 – 14 dní pred samotnou akciou. Pripoj sa k nám v nedeľu, 24. apríla 2011 o 16:00 na nábreží Bratislavskej Eurovei. Budeme spolu súčasťou celosvetového tanca vzkriesenia Up To Faith 2011. Viac info na uptofaith.com

Learn The Purpose, Practice, and Power of Prayer with Buddy Owens



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— Have you ever played a sport that required daily practice just to be part of the team? Maybe you’ve taken up a foreign language or a musical instrument that demanded time and energy to improve or become fluent. Just like any skill we want to master, our prayer life requires practice to develop a closer relationship with God. In this message, Pastor Buddy Owens teaches us the purpose, practice, and power of prayer and how it can bring about miraculous change. You’ll learn the reach and influence of your prayers, and how to practice through scheduled prayers and daily reminders. Discover how to pray effectively and be empowered through God’s Word.

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Creating Space for Democratic Practice for Power and Agency in the Metropolis



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The undeniable polarization and cynicism pervading our nation’s political landscape is explained in the dominant culture by two competing narratives: Our democracy is in disarray either due to the moral failure and cynicism of the elite (and the acquiescence and materialistic culture of the rest of us) or because of the concentration of wealth and its corrosive effect on our political institutions. But neither explanation encompasses the decline of the intermediary institutions in which we are taught the habits and practices requisite for a vibrant democratic culture. Alexis de Tocqueville, an early observer of American political life, was the first to understand the important role of institutions in American politics and the first to link them to the kind of culture requisite for the functioning and survival of democracy. In studying American politics, Tocqueville developed a concern for what he called the Augustinian Soul in American life — the tension between an inclination toward self-absorbed narcissism and, at the same time, a tendency to overreach in an attempt to dominate. The Industrial Areas Foundation builds “universities of public life” in which diverse groups of people can learn the habits and practices necessary to engage one another across lines of race and class to create a vibrant democracy.

Speaker:
Ernesto Cortes
National Co-Director, Industrial Areas Foundation
Adjunct Professor, USC Price

Discussant:
Terry Cooper
Professor, The Maria B. Crutcher Professor in Citizenship and Democratic Values

Ernesto Cortes, Jr. is the National Co-Director of the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF), a non-profit organization founded in Chicago by the late Saul Alinsky. Cortes’ affiliation with the IAF began in 1972 with attendance at the organization’s training institute in Chicago. After training, Cortes worked with IAF leaders in Wisconsin and Indiana for a year before moving to San Antonio, his native city, where he founded the Communities Organized for Public Service, COPS, the well-known and highly effective church-based grassroots organization. In the following years, Cortes helped found other community based organizations in cities throughout Texas and the southwest to what is now called the West / Southwest IAF Network. Under Cortes’ supervision, the organizations of the network have developed successful initiatives in the areas of job training, economic development, citizenship and education. In the mid-80s, Cortes and the network envisioned and launched an innovative public education initiative, called the Alliance School Initiative, to engage communities in school restructuring and reform. The Alliance School Initiative, as well as the other accomplishments of the network, has been written about in several books and articles. Cortes has received numerous awards and fellowships for his work, including most recently the H. J. Heinz Award for Public Policy and an appointment as a Martin Luther King Visiting Professor at MIT in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning.

Practice with Riverdale Baptist JV



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This week my teammate Damion Kenealy and I were given the chance to practice with the Riverdale Baptist JV Baseball Team. We learned a lot from Coach Ryan and were able to get a lot of reps for defense. Thank Coach Ryan Coach Terry and The Riverdale Baptist Baseball Team.

Mark Martin’s Adventures – Episode 8: Port Austin Practice Day 2



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Mark, Chris and Eric are searching for the best spots on day 2, the last day of practice for the Saginaw Bay Walleye Club’s Michigan Walleye Tour Port Austin Tournament.

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KRB Posing practice with Brian Dobson @ Metro Flex Gym Arlington



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Practice for Installation Mass of Fr. Samuel Martinez with Bishop George Leo Thomas @ St. Peter’s



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This is the video recording of Thursday, October 4, 2018’s choir practice at St. Peter the Apostle Roman Catholic Church in Henderson, Nevada. This practice is in preparation for Fr. Samuel Martinez’s installation as Pastor of the parish by Bishop George Leo Thomas, Bishop of the Diocese of Las Vegas.
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William Paul Freeman is an active music educator, organist, conductor, and church musician based out of Las Vegas, Nevada. Freeman is currently the Director of Music and Liturgy at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church in Las Vegas, Nevada where he is also a frequent organist and musician at Guardian Angel Cathedral and other parishes throughout the Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Vegas. He currently teaches guitar and music at Mojave High School.

As the Director of Music at St. Anthony’s, Freeman has helped guide the young parish through infancy. At St. Anthony’s, he directs the Choir of St. Anthony’s, the Praise and Worship team, the Children’s Chorus, and the Tagalog Chorus. Additionally, he supervises and assists the Spanish choir. Under Freeman’s leadership, the program has tripled in size. With Freeman’s energetic leadership, the Music Ministry has collaborated with other ministries and groups as well as other churches including the Lone Mountain, Skye Canyon, and Tule Springs LDS Stakes and other Catholic parishes within the Diocese of Las Vegas. As an organist at Guardian Angel Cathedral, he has led music during Mass from the organ console.

Recognized for his work, Freeman was the 4th Degree Knight of the Month in April 2018. He graduated with highest academic honors from National University. He also won the Msgr. Henry Kawalec Memorial Organ Scholarship Competition in 2011 sponsored by the Church Musicians’ Guild of Buffalo. In 2010, he was recognized by then Bishop Kmiec for his service to the Diocese of Buffalo with the Manus Christi Award.

Prior to his appointment as Director of Music and Liturgy at St. Anthony’s, Freeman worked at Grace-in-the-Desert Episcopal Church, Infant of Prague RC Church, Cleveland Drive Presbyterian, and was an assisting musician at St. Gregory the Great and Sts. Peter and Paul in Buffalo, New York. He also was a member of the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus and collaborated with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Chautauqua Institute Orchestra.

Active within the Vegas community, he currently serves as the Sub-Dean of the Southern Nevada Chapter of the American Guild of Organists after serving a two-year term as a Member-at-Large. He founded the Canisius College Las Vegas Alumni Chapter and is a 4th Degree Knight with the Knights of Columbus. Freeman holds academic degrees from Canisius College (BA Music), National University (M.Ed. Education), University of Notre Dame (Certificate), and Western Governors University (MBA) and has completed extensive musical training at George Mason University, the Eastman School of Music, and the University of Nevada Las Vegas. His primary organ teacher was Roland E. Martin.
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For more information on William, please visit and visit his LinkedIn page at
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St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church was founded in 2006 by Bishop Joseph Anthony Pepe of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Vegas. St. Anthony’s is one of the fastest growing Catholic parishes in the United States of America. Fr. Bob Puhlman currently serves as pastor. For more information, please visit www.saplv.com.

“To You, O Lord, I Lift My Soul” (Revised Grail/Haugen) Practice Track



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Practice track for Marty Haugen’s “To You, O Lord, I Lift My Soul” setting for the 1st Sunday of Advent in Year C from the Revised Grail Collection published by GIA Publications, Inc.

William Paul Freeman is an active music educator, organist, conductor, and church musician based out of Las Vegas, Nevada. Freeman is currently the Director of Music and Liturgy at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church in Las Vegas, Nevada where he is also a frequent organist and musician at Guardian Angel Cathedral and other parishes throughout the Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Vegas. He currently teaches guitar and music at Mojave High School.

As the Director of Music at St. Anthony’s, Freeman has helped guide the young parish through infancy. At St. Anthony’s, he directs the Choir of St. Anthony’s, the Praise and Worship team, the Children’s Chorus, and the Tagalog Chorus. Additionally, he supervises and assists the Spanish choir. Under Freeman’s leadership, the program has tripled in size. With Freeman’s energetic leadership, the Music Ministry has collaborated with other ministries and groups as well as other churches including the Lone Mountain, Skye Canyon, and Tule Springs LDS Stakes and other Catholic parishes within the Diocese of Las Vegas. As an organist at Guardian Angel Cathedral, he has led music during Mass from the organ console.

Recognized for his work, Freeman was the 4th Degree Knight of the Month in April 2018. He graduated with highest academic honors from National University. He also won the Msgr. Henry Kawalec Memorial Organ Scholarship Competition in 2011 sponsored by the Church Musicians’ Guild of Buffalo. In 2010, he was recognized by then Bishop Kmiec for his service to the Diocese of Buffalo with the Manus Christi Award.

Prior to his appointment as Director of Music and Liturgy at St. Anthony’s, Freeman worked at Grace-in-the-Desert Episcopal Church, Infant of Prague RC Church, Cleveland Drive Presbyterian, and was an assisting musician at St. Gregory the Great and Sts. Peter and Paul in Buffalo, New York. He also was a member of the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus and collaborated with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Chautauqua Institute Orchestra.

Active within the Vegas community, he currently serves as the Sub-Dean of the Southern Nevada Chapter of the American Guild of Organists after serving a two-year term as a Member-at-Large. He founded the Canisius College Las Vegas Alumni Chapter and is a 4th Degree Knight with the Knights of Columbus. Freeman holds academic degrees from Canisius College (BA Music), National University (M.Ed. Education), University of Notre Dame (Certificate), and Western Governors University (MBA) and has completed extensive musical training at George Mason University, the Eastman School of Music, and the University of Nevada Las Vegas. His primary organ teacher was Roland E. Martin.

For more information on William, please visit and visit his LinkedIn page at

St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church was founded in 2006 by Bishop Joseph Anthony Pepe of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Vegas. St. Anthony’s is one of the fastest growing Catholic parishes in the United States of America. Fr. Bob Puhlman currently serves as pastor. For more information, please visit www.saplv.com.

Using Video to Grow Your Psychotherapy Practice with Ernesto Segismundo



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Ernesto Segismundo Jr. Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and founder of FYLMIT.com videographer for mental health therapists.

Ernesto received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Biola University and received his Masters of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from Vanguard University. Ernesto has 10 years of clinical counseling experience working in settings such as group homes, domestic violence shelters, churches, and outpatient programs. Ernesto treats marriage and family relationship problems. Ernesto also treats individuals suffering from depression, anxiety and addiction. In addition, Ernesto treats victims of domestic violence, physical, sexual and emotional abuse. Ernesto utilizes EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) to treat PTSD.

Along with Ernesto’s counseling experience, he has conducted various classes and seminars concerning relationships and mental health related topics such as parenting, substance abuse, maintaining healthy marriages, private practice, social media, and video marketing and managed care practices. Ernesto is an approved BBS continuing education units (CEUs) provider for LMFT, LCSW, LEP,LPCC for the state of California. Provider #PCE5662

Ernesto is currently an adjunct professor at Hope International University and has a private practice with offices located in Pasadena, San Pedro, Huntington Beach and Brea, California. Ernesto also supervises three pre-licensed therapist in his private practice (California Altura Vista).

Ernesto is available to provide mental health services for families, couples, and individuals. Ernesto is also available to provide workshops and seminars for your organization and agency. Contact him today to schedule an appointment or consultation.

What you will learn in this interview:

How to grow a successful psychotherapy practice

Using video marketing to grow your private therapy practice

What equipment to utilize to begin filming yourself

How to get over the fear of filming yourself

How to grow your practice from solo practitioner to group practice and adding supervision

Getting over the fear of public speaking and facilitating workshops to grow your private practice

Becoming business minded and entrepreneurial to have a successful and thriving psychotherapy private practice

How to create multiple streams of income as a clinician

How to use social media to market yourself as a therapist

How to get in touch with Ernesto Segismundo:

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