im gonna stop putting music on.
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im gonna stop putting music on.
Video Rating: 5 / 5
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The school chapel. Ours was a staunch Anglican tradition. I think the padre (there was a strong army odour about the school) would have burned incense if he thought he could get away with it. He made his mark on me – I shall forever associate high church Christianity with the smell of stale whisky and cigarette-tainted halitosis – and is largely responsible for my steadfast belief in the idiocy of religion.
Staunch Anglican then, but what it is now? Slogans on the wall? Dear me, hardly the done thing, a little ostentatious, isn’t it? Other adjectives like tawdry and fundamentalist keep sneaking into my mind.
Jesus saves, keeps and satisfies? Since he has been dead for some time now, he can do none of the above, and this is mendacious advertising.
I do not own anything in the video, including the audio and photos. The credits belong to the respective owners. This video is purely fan-made, and will not be used for profit or illegal sharing. Thanks. She’s Going Places is performed by Shane Hines and was written for Caylee by Cledus T Judd, Gary Levox of Rascal Flatts and Jimmy Yeary. I transcribed the lyrics to the song, so if you find any errors, please let me know, THANKS. She was just a baby, barely 2 years old A story that shouldn’t have to be told See that little girl with big brown eyes Stole our hearts and touched our lives Now we cry, ’cause we can’t understand You see she wanted to learn to play guitar, Be a ballerina or movie star She could’ve gone so far She can be anything that she wants to She can ride her bike every afternoon She can laugh and play With her dolls and games Just like all little girls should get to do Too young for her life to be taken She’s going places I bet she’d spend her time skipping rope Drawing rainbows on streets that are paved with gold Get to ride a big wheel jumping curbs In a parking lot of a great big church And I wish I could see it all But her memory will live on right here Till i get over there And see her again She can be anything that she wants to She can ride her bike every afternoon She can laugh and play in those backyard games Just like all little girls should get to do Too young for her life to be taken Shes going places She can play kickball Go swim and see-saw …
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Question by q4norm.answ3rs: What is the most detailed description of heaven officially accepted by the Roman Catholic Church?
What is the most detailed description of heaven officially accepted by the Roman Catholic Church?
Quotes from the bible, links to the vatican website, or showing you have authoritative knowledge (you’re a scholar or a priest or someone who would know) on this subject appreciated very much! Please PLEASE don’t just give your opinion without backing it up with something – thanks!!!!!!!!
i think some of you need a lesson on how to quote a website.
If you answer this queston by saying “heaven is pancakes” and list the website www.toasters.com as your source, then I’d better be able to find a place on that site where it says the words “heaven is panckaes”. lol…
For example, Daver, next time could you put http://www.catholicreference.net/index.cfm?id=33880 instead of just http://www.catholicreference.net/ ? thx!
Anyway if you quote from a website it’d be nice if you say a little about who that website is, why you trust it, and what that site is quoting from (if it is quoting) Anyone can write anything on the internet, after all 😉 thx guys!
Answer by Paki88
No one can ever know Till you’v been there yourself so you can’t really tell fact from fiction
What do you think? Answer below!
What’s The Typical Job Description For A Minister Of Music?
According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Musicians, singers, and related workers are employed in a variety of settings. Of those who earn a wage or salary, almost two-thirds were employed by religious organizations…” and “Most new wage and salary jobs for musicians will arise in religious organizations.” If you’ve decided to enter music ministry, then you’ve chosen the best segment of the music industry in which to work, and not only financially. As a minister of music, you’ll have the tremendous satisfaction of fostering both the love of music and the love of God in your work. But there’s more than just playing music in the typical job description for a minister of music.
Long gone are the days when the Minister of Music was the choir director, working on his or her own to draw beautiful music from the voices of the congregation. Today’s job description for minister of music is as likely to include supervising a full team of music directors and leaders as it is to have you standing before the choir yourself. More and more, the job description of a minister of music puts a high premium on understanding the use of the newest technology in planning and presenting music as part of worship services. As a member of the music ministry, you may direct choirs, sit on the planning ministry to help steer worship goals and objectives, produce and direct lavish performances on a world class scale. Your job duties may include any or all of the following:
-Direct church choirs of varying sizes and commitments from kindergarteners to professional singers
-Provide and schedule music for all church services
-Select or help select the hymns for church services
-Prepare choirs and bands for competition
-Offer special music classes to parishioners
-Arrange and direct special music retreats for choir, band and chorus members
-Oversee other musical staff such as directors of choirs, organists and other musicians, worship leaders and accompanists
In some smaller churches, you may be the only music minister, and be responsible for developing and directing all church music. In a larger church, there may be many music ministers all working together under one director of music services.
If you’re considering a career in the music ministry, you’ll find that foremost under the job qualifications in a job description for minister of music are a deep commitment to the faith and a call to the ministry. Most churches require that you uphold the standards and beliefs of the religion as well as have excellent musical and teaching skills.
If you are drawn to a career in music ministry, your path may begin as a part time choir director or paid accompanist. As you demonstrate your abilities in leadership and music, you will find more and more doors opening to you. A career in the music ministry is deeply and richly rewarding. If it’s the path to which you’ve been called, you’ll find that there are many opportunities for you to share your love of music with others who feel the same way that you do.
Rita Henry is a contributing editor for Jobs In Music, the leading job and resource site for the Music Industry. Interested in receiving only the hottest Music job listings weekly for free? To learn more visit Jobs In Music.