Digitally remastered collection of classic God-fearing, heartbreaking Country from this legendary vocal stylist. Featuring 11 tracks from the super rare Country Church Time album plus a further dozen from George Jones’ late ’50s tear-jerking best. Poignant church going gems perfect for Sunday morning worship plus just as many tunes for hungover reminiscing of what could have, would have or might have been. From early morning pulpit prayer to late night whiskey-soaked tales of regret, a fine collection of Jones at his most melancholy. All this from a man who rode his lawnmower to the bar when his wife hid his car keys. Genius! Righteous.
Question by princesscutesmile: Going to Boston for the first time what sights should I see?
My sister and I will be visitng Boston for the first time together at the end of the month. We are planning to visit The new england aquarium, Fenway park, Trinity church, Acorn st, and the skyway observatory. Are these places worth the visit?
Where else should we go?? Where can we go for great food?
Any recommendations would be great!!
Answer by potatochip Last time we went to Boston we visited Plymouth Rock and the mock up of the Mayflower. Also saw the SS Constitution which is at a harbor about 10 miles from the airport.
The first time I went, I also went to Newbury Street. It was too cold to walk on the path Paul Revere rode to warn that the British were coming.
As for food, try Legal Seafood. They have a really good New England clam chowder.
This magisterial volume is the seventh and last of Hughes Oliphant Old’s history of preaching. Here Old takes up the story with the sixties and the Second Vatican Council and follows it all the way through to the house churches of China and the preaching of the Archbishop of Uganda, known as the “Billy Graham of Africa.” Along the way he looks at the engaging preaching found in Latin America, the rise of the modern megachurch, the role of Joan Alexandru’s preaching in bringing down the house of Ceausescu, and other historically significant moments in preaching. / Full of surprising details and inspiring stories of ministry, this book is a fitting work to round out Old’s monumental, comprehensive series written by a preacher for preachers on the history of preaching in the Christian church.
The persistent efforts of a small group of people from Christ United Methodist Church in Franklin, Tennessee, have turned a prison ministry outreach program at the state’s highest security prison into a model for other prison ministries. Video Rating: 5 / 5
This is a video that every Christian should watch with a humble heart and a sober mind !! Time to wake up and be earnest with the Lord and be a holy Church that is on fire for Jesus has a passion for worship and a zeal for evangelism.We are called to be ‘salt and light in this world’.We need a revival of repentance!We need a renewed love for the Word Of God.A renewed passion for souls.A renewed desire for prayer! A renewed pure love to know the attributes of God!! A renewed hatred for all sin!! A renewed reverence and holy awe-filled fear of our Majestic,Awesome,All-powerful Holy God !! FEEL FREE TO SHARE THIS VIDEO WITH A MANY AS POSSIBLE.IF YOU SEEN IT BEFORE ITS WORTH SEEING AGAIN AND AGAIN! The key thing is to listen to what they say and let is challenge you and change you. 1.David Wilkerson: Senior Pastor of Times Square Church.Founder of Teen Challenge Centers which are worldwide seeing teens who are in bondage to drugs and alcohol and many other sins set free by the power of God.My wife worked at 2 of these Centers and was trained under his ministry.Author of ‘Cross and the Switchblade’ ‘Set the Trumpet to thy Mouth’ “Hungry for more of Jesus.”Led Nicky Cruz to Jesus in 1958! 2.Carter Conlan: Pastor of Times Square Church in New York.He is a man of God! 3.Keith Daniel: Minister of the gospel who was born in South Africa! A sincere serious man of God.Heard him in 1997 when he was visiting the USA 4.Leonard Ravenhill:Was used in a very mighty way in Great Britian for … Video Rating: 4 / 5