AVOID THIS HOUSE! Arthur Gets, uh oh! Red Dead Redemption 2

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Red Dead Redemption 2 has a heap of creepy characters. None more worse than this sly hillbilly who invites you over for some food. After that the results are a little back door.

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Corpus Christi: Playing with Redemption Promo

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Inspired by Terrence McNally’s play about a young gay Jesus, the film follows a group of professional actors who began production of the play in a small church and suddenly found themselves thrust in the world spotlight, touring over eight years to international acclaim. We follow the troupe and the playwright, sharing their stories with supporters and protesters as they continue their tour across the country to communities where hate and bigotry are much more prevalent. Mirroring the reflections of change in society today in regards to gay equal rights, gay marriage, and gay faith, this production has become a vehicle for a community struggling to find its voice. And the company of actors found themselves on a journey that would forever change their lives.

Shot on Sony HDR-FX1, Canon XH-G1, Canon 7D, Letus Extreme, and Nikon lenses. Edited on Avid.

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Funeral plans, Jeremiah Yocom, Gary Yocom, Redemption Road Church, Pentecostal music

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Between the pages of an old family bible, I found dates of births, deaths and old revivals. Then I came upon a page, it was written by a feeble hand. It said this is my last request and these are my funeral plans.

When I die, let me die speaking in tongues. Let it ring in my ears, all of these songs I’ve sung. Lord give me the strength to praise you, speak your name one more time. Then have your angels carry me over to the other side.

Lord I’ve lived a long life, now my race is run. I can’t wait to leave here, I’ve got nothing left undone. I’ve got everything in order, tell my children not to cry. I’ve left them a road map and they can meet me in the by and by.

Go tell my friends and neighbors not to weep for me. I’m gonna live forever, I’ve finally been set free. Go tell ’em not to mourn or to miss me when I’m gone. They can shout all around my grave side cause it ain’t me final home.

Redemption Song | Playing For Change | Song Around The World

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This video is a version of “Redemption Song” performed around the world in honor of Bob Marley’s birthday. We have reunited Bob with his son Stephen and the support of the entire planet. In this song, there is a feeling of rising above the past and moving forward with love in our hearts and hope in our eyes.

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Playing For Change (PFC) is a movement created to inspire and connect the world through music, born from the shared belief that music has the power to break down boundaries and overcome distances between people. The primary focus of PFC is to record and film musicians performing in their natural environments and combine their talents and cultural power in innovative videos called Songs Around The World. Creating these videos motivated PFC to form the Playing For Change Band—a tangible, traveling representation of its mission, featuring musicians met along their journey; and establish the Playing For Change Foundation—a separate 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to building music and art schools for children around the world. Through these efforts, Playing For Change aims to create hope and inspiration for the future of our planet.

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RCC Grand Opening (Redemption Christian Church).mov

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Redemption Christian Church Celebrated it’s Grand Opening on March 18, 2012 with; Praise, Worship, Song, Dance, A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and the Preached Word.
Howard L. Houston is the Pastor and Founder. 3679 Kimball Ave. Memphis, TN

Praise and Worship at Redemption Charlotte

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How Great is our God by Chris Tomlin, performed by the Redemption Charlotte Praise Team.

Praise and Worship, Part I. Praise team covering “How Great is our God by Chris Tomlin….

This is recorded live to the Behringer X32 via the DL32 Digital snake. This isn’t a multi-track. This is a 2trk of the house mix. The room isn’t acoustically treated, and has a lot of hard surfaces with open spaces so it’s quite the difficult room to tame and keep clean, be we manage. 😉

The band is using the Behringer PowerPlay 16 for personal monitoring. We have the DBX driverack which drives 4 QSC K12’s (tops) and 2 QSC KW181 subs. Surprised but not surprised at what the K12’s can handle. Even on EXT Sub, they still give you good body!

As i’m mixing, I’m also controlling the lights using the ADJ Scene Setter 48 with 10 Chauvet DJ SlimPAR Pro Q’s and 8 Chauvet SlimPar pro RGBs. Scenes and Chases are being manually done until the Lighting console setup is complete.

Video recorded with a HD 1080p GoPro “like” camera. Lol!!

Audio processed in Logic Pro X

Graphics and titles done in Adobe Photoshop CC2017.

Video edited and processed with Final Cut Pro X.

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Roy Yamamoto- a life of Crime to a life of Redemption

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Roy Yamamoto was a career criminal that once faced a sentence of 80 years in prison. Yamamoto has been charged with five felonies in his life. He’s turned his life of crime to a life devoted to Christ. He runs Camp Agape and an Arizona prison outreach to help inmates, like himself from staying behind bars. To read more about Roy Yamamoto’s story and Camp Agape go to: