‘Walk With You’ – 4DG ft Ria OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO (Christchurch Tribute)

DOWNLOAD – itunes.apple.com Support the cause by getting your copy now fam! Spread the word! Big thank you to Greg, Scott, Nerice & the crew from Noggin Films for jumping on board to support the cause contributing their time & talents to put this together. Couldn’t have done this without you guys! www.youtube.com www.facebook.com Also Big thank you to Chris from KOG studios for his contribution mastering ‘Walk with you’ the man!!! And thank you to Crystal Houghton for hookin up the makeup for the vid! www.kog.co.nz Shout out’s & big thank you to our good friend Ria for blessing this track with her stunning vocals. Check her out fam & show sum luv! www.facebook.com You can check out more of 4DG @… www.facebook.com www.twitter.com www.youtube.com Our hearts & prayers go out to all the people of Christchurch & Japan… God bless & 1Luv WALK WITH YOU (lyrics) Written by D.Bernard, R.Hala & L.Sauni of 4DG VERSE 1 Dearest friend it’s ok (Ok…) Let your tears roll down your face I know it hurts and I wish I could take All of the pain inside your heart away It’s so hard to even begin To try & understand, how it feels (How it feels…) To watch helplessly the ones you love Taken from you & me… PRE CHORUS But I know (I know…) That the clouds will pass I know (I know…) No matter what we’ll find a way through this…Whoa CHORUS x 1 Even when the world falls down And you feel like nobody’s around To help you through, united we will walk with you And even though that things
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Sgt. Brian Leonhardt Official Memorial Tribute

Sergeant Brian Leonhardt, 21, of Merrillville, died in Afghanistan on Friday, January 6, 2012, while serving our country. He was a member of the 713th Engineer Company the Indiana National Guard. He was born on March 6, 1990, the sixth of eight children. Brian graduated from Hammond Baptist High School, where he was a standout basketball player, in May 2008. Brian is survived by his wife, Dianne, of Schererville; his parents, Robert Leonhardt, Jr., of LOFS and Marie Leonhard of Merrillville; 2 sisters, Theresa (Keith) Stoneback of Crown Point and Jackie of Merrillville; 5 brothers, Chuck (Christy) Knox, Randy and Robert III of Crown Point, AJ, of Plymouth, and Trevor, of Merrillville; 7 nieces and nephews grandparents; and a huge host of aunts, uncles, and cousins. Brian followed in the footsteps of his older brothers and enlisted in the US Army in November 2007. He was deploy in November 2011 to Afghanistan where he served as a Combat Engineer. Brian loved life, especially spending time in Chicago, playinbasketball, entertaining his nieces and nephews, and playing “Battlefield” on his PS3. His fondness for Oakley sunglasse nice shoes, neon green, and Mountain Dew is legendary among his family and friends. A memorial service for Brian was held on Wednesday, January 18, 2012, at 11:00 am in the main auditorium of First Baptist Church of Hammond, 473 Sibley Street, Hammond, 46320, with Pastor Jack Schaap officiating. Visitation with the family was held Tuesday, January 17
Video Rating: 4 / 5

She’s Going Places – Tribute to Caylee Marie Anthony (lyrics in the description)

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
Video Rating: 4 / 5

BALON by Gary Granada – Tribute Music Video to a great Filipino Artist

My friend Gary Granada, I met him at the Recreation Hall of the Philippine Refugee Processing Center. Bought 3 of his autographed tapes and I’ve listening to it ever since, during 3 year service at the the Philippine Refugee Processing Center in Morong, Bataan, to my adventurous OFW days in Saudi Arabia and now here in Canada. The sound may not be very good because I converted it to MPEG directly from the original tapes, by the lyrics and the musics still touches my soul. I made this video para kanimo bay Gary! Gary: – is a public school tutor (University of the Philippines) of a masteral subject in Development Communications – chairs Kaalagad, an interfaith ecumenical community – is a board member of Conspiracy, FILSCAP and FPE – was born in 1960 in Maco Davao (Compostela Valley) – mother Cristina is a dressmaker; father Ireneo fished, organized unions; sister Gilda is teacher, was an OFW – shined shoes, peddled sweepstakes, newspapers and komiks, boiled and sold bananas, tended sarisari store – grumbled and learned ukelele upon father’s insistence – did fairly well in elementary and high school (finished valedictorian in Maco Heights and Maryknoll) and went to college (Metallurgical Engineering, University of the Philippines) on government stipend (NSDB, now DOST) but was kicked out of UP and has no college diploma – played varsity softball in high school, twisted a finger – was on the 49’ers Engineering champions chess team – worked as a photographer for the Department

William & Kate’s wedding: our Tribute to royalty

April 29th: wedding of the century between William and Kate If you’re not among the guests, you can always watch our tribute Royal performance Campari – The Netherlands – 1998. BBVA – Argentina – 1998. The Argentinian Maxima Zorreguieta married to the Prince of the Netherlands: Willem-Alexander on February 2nd of 2002. Centraal Beheer – The Netherlands – 2002. This commercial aired the day before the wedding (May 30th of 1998) of the Dutch crown princ More commercials : www.youtube.com .. All rights reserved. For all inquiries, please mail to culturepub@wizdeo.com

Tribute to the Roman Catholic Christian Faith

Tribute to my Faith – Jesus Christ The Holy Spirit God the Father – The Holy Trinity – Crucifixion – Resurrection – Saint Michael the Archangel – Saint Peter – Saint Paul – Saint Matthew – Saint Brigid – Saint Columba – Saint Francis of Assisi – Saint Augustine – Saint Ignatius of Loyola – Seven Sacraments -Baptism – Reconciliation – the Eucharist – Holy Orders – Last Rites – The Holy Father – The Vicar of Christ – The Bishop of Rome – Peter on Earth – The Pope – Vatican City -St. Peter’s Basilica – Palestine – the West Bank – Jerusalem – the Church of the Holy Sepulchre – Bethlehem – the Church of the Nativity

A Tribute to Late Cape Cod Minister

Yarmouthport, MA (PRWEB) October 1, 2006

The Rev. Nanette Geertz died of breast cancer in 2005.

But her legacy lives on with her book “Walking with Grief, a Healing Journey,” published by Healthsigns Center Inc. of Yarmouthport.

The book, which is illustrated by her good friend Anne Ierardi, is a moving portrait of a mother’s journey as she grieves for her daughter who died suddenly at age 19.

“This is a tribute to Nan,” says Ierardi, an artist and counselor who runs Healthsigns. “She was a wonderful woman who helped so many.”

Rev. Geertz served as associate pastor at the First Congregational Church in Falmouth and was director of Christian education at the First Church of Christ in Sandwich.

“What a magnificent blending of art and heart,” says Rabbi Earl A. Grollman of Boston, who has written several books on grieving. “Here is a direct line to the bereaved that will gently guide their heartbreak, encouraging them to live again.”

The book is available from Healthsigns. For more information, please contact Healthsigns at (508) 775-0700.