Hoyt Axton and Jeany C. Riley | Live at Church Street Station



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In this episode we have performances by: Hoyt Axton and Jeany C. Riley

Welcome to Church Street Station, presented by the legendary Rex Allen Sr. Originally airing in 1988, it was recorded live at the The Cheyenne Saloon and Opera House’ located in Orlando, Florida. Church Street Station brings you the best live performances from all your country music favourites.

Hoyt Wayne Axton was an American folk music singer-songwriter, and a film and television actor. He became prominent in the early 1960s, establishing himself on the West Coast as a folk singer with an earthy style and powerful voice. As he matured, some of his songwriting became well known throughout the world. Among them were “Joy to the World”, “The Pusher”, “No No Song”, “Greenback Dollar”, “Della and the Dealer” and “Never Been to Spain”. In this episode Mr Axton performs the popular singles “Boney Fingers”, “Evangelina” and “Wild Bull Rider” from the 1980 album release “A Rusty Old Halo” and lastly the smash hit “Joy to the World” which held the US No. 1 position for six weeks.

Jeannie C. Riley is an American country music and gospel singer best known for her 1968 country and pop hit “Harper Valley PTA”, became both a Billboard Country and Pop chart number one hit. In this episode Riley performs this hit record along with the album title track “Total Woman” released in 1984.

This performance was recorded live at Church Street Station in Orlando, Florida.

Things You Never HEAR in Church (MUST WATCH!!) – Part 1



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Date: April 13, 2013
Location: El Paso, Texas

At this event, Joshua Tongol was asked not to “hold back” (which he did not!) but to share anything that was on his heart. He discussed the problems of fear-based religion and offered alternative ways to understand God and spirituality.

People were given opportunities to ask questions about God and religion that, in many places, religious people are too afraid to ask in church. (See Part 2: “THINGS YOU NEVER ASK IN CHURCH”)

Most of the attendees are unchurched (or have left the institutional church) but who still have an interest in spirituality and in God. (Is that possible?)

Many people today are tired of institutionalized religion. But is there another way?

Topics discussed:

-How has religion been used to control people?
-What motivates you to believe in God?
-Is religion based on fear?
-Is everything spiritual?
-Can we be real with one another?
-Is God “out there”?
-How should I view myself?
-How does God see us?
-Can we love someone more than we love God?
-Can we pray religiously?
-Does God get jealous of the things you love?
-Is God insecure?
-What about “Christianese”?
-Are your friendships based on ministry?
-Is Jesus like a costume that covers us filthy sinners?
-Should we really believe in an eternal hell?
-Is the Gospel we hear today really good news?
-Is God in everyone?
-Is our love greater than God’s love?
-Is God’s love conditional?
-What is the life of the church?
-Are you tired of church?
-Are you afraid to question your religious beliefs?
-How should we view others from different religions?
-Were we ever separated from God?
-How can we live in the moment?
-Are we all children of God?

Listen in as Joshua Tongol shares his heart and answers questions on this very subject. It might give you a different perspective on things.

Places to see in ( Mesa – USA )



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Places to see in ( Mesa – USA )

Mesa is a city just east of Phoenix, in Arizona. Mesa Grande Cultural Park is home to a giant, centuries-old ceremonial mound, and artifacts of the ancient Hohokam people. The Arizona Museum of Natural History exhibits dinosaur skeletons and archaeological finds. The nearby i.d.e.a. Museum offers hands-on artistic and scientific exhibits for kids. Mesa Arts Center presents theater, musicals and contemporary art.

Mesa is the third-largest city in Arizona, after Phoenix and Tucson, and the 36th-largest city in the US. The city is home to 439,041 people as of 2010 according to the Census Bureau. Mesa is home to numerous higher education facilities including the Polytechnic campus of Arizona State University.

Mesa employs a grid system for street numbering that is different from that used in Phoenix and other portions of the metropolitan area. Center Street, running north to south, bisects Mesa into eastern and western halves and serves as the east and west numbering point of origin within Mesa. Streets west of Center St., such as W. University Drive or W. Main St. are considered to be in West Mesa, whereas streets east of Center St., such as E. University or E. Main St., are considered to be in East Mesa Country Club Drive, running north to south and bisecting Mesa into east and west sections, is located 0.5 miles (800 m) west of Center St, and serves as the jurisdictional boundary between Arizona’s 5th and 6th congressional districts.

Mesa was founded in January 1878 by Mormon (Latter-day Saint or LDS) pioneers and its population is still roughly one-tenth Mormon. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints operates one of its oldest temples in Mesa (the Mesa Arizona Temple), and the city is a hub for Latter-day Saints residing in the Phoenix Metro area. Mesa is one of the United States’ fastest-growing cities, and currently ranks as the 37th-largest. 2006 Census Bureau estimates put the city’s population at 460,155. The city has a larger population than better-known United States cities such as Cleveland, Miami, Minneapolis, Saint Louis, or Saint Paul.

A lot to see in Mesa Arizona such as :

Papago Park
Usery Mountain Regional Park
Golfland Sunsplash
Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch
Mesa Arts Center
Arizona Museum of Natural History
Casino Arizona
Superstition Mountain – Lost Dutchman Museum
Pioneer Park
i.d.e.a. Museum
Fort McDowell Casino
Queen Creek Olive Mill
Mesa Arizona Temple
Freestone Park
Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum
Riverview Park Kids playground
RED MOUNTAIN PARK
Krazy Air Trampoline Park
Riverview Park
We-Ko-Pa Golf Club
Cosmo Dog Park
Discovery Park
Agritopia
Mount McDowell
Mesa Grande Cultural Park
Desert Trails Bike Park
Countryside Park
Dog Park at Crossroads
Dobson Ranch Park
Hawes Trail System Entrance
Saint Anne Roman Catholic Parish
Escape Rooms Mesa
Gene Autry Park
Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre
Jefferson Park
Desert Mountain Park
Skyline Park
Park of Canals
The Barn & Trailside Community Park
Escalante Park
Kleinman Park
Mansel Carter Oasis Park
The Rose Garden At MCC
Quail Run Park
Dobson Ranch Golf Course
Buckhorn Baths Motel & Museum (closed, historical)
Desert Arroyo Park
Esquer Park
Selleh Park
Granite Reef Dam

( Mesa – USA ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting Mesa . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Mesa – USA

Join us for more :

Full Service – 11/04/2018 – Christ Church Nashville



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“Where you go, I will go”
Ruth 1:1-18

Through the story of Ruth, we see a tale of love, friendship, and breaking of cultural norms. Ruth, a foreigner, who becomes the great-grandmother of King David, foreshadows the story of Jesus—teaching us about love, hospitality, and welcoming the stranger.

The Low Road or the High Road? | Claire McCully | TEDxCarsonCity



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In explaining her own struggle in the context of her Christian faith, Claire McCully arrives at a conclusion that sexual orientations and gender identities, that differ from heteronormative expectations, should not be defined as sin, that people’s identities and the diversity of God’s creation should not be condemned, but should, instead, be embraced and loved.
Claire McCully was born and raised in a small California town near Yosemite National Park. She is the youngest of six children, has worked as a seasonal firefighter, and was also employed as a library worker. She earned a Masters of Fine Arts in creative writing from CSU Fresno and is currently a writer, English professor, and a parent of six children. Claire recently participated in Reno’s first Literary Death Match. In addition to writing and teaching, she enjoys being in the outdoors, hiking through the Sierra, mountain biking, and snowboarding. She is thankful to call Tahoe her home.
Claire McCully was born and raised in a small California town near Yosemite National Park. She is the youngest of six children, has worked as a seasonal firefighter, and was also employed as a library worker. She earned a Masters of Fine Arts in creative writing from CSU Fresno and is currently a writer, English professor, and a parent of six children. Claire recently participated in Reno’s first Literary Death Match. In addition to writing and teaching, she enjoys being in the outdoors, hiking through the Sierra, mountain biking, and snowboarding. She is thankful to call Tahoe her home. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at