Lesson 3 – The book of acts – The pioneer school



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The book of Acts is a little insight into some of the first disciple’s life. An insight into a few days in some of the disciples diary. If Jesus is the same today, our diary should also look like what we read there. This challenging lesson will help you to get a life as we read in the book of acts. See more

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lesson 8 – How to share the gospel – The Pioneer school



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Torben Søndergaard answer questions from last week’s teaching, and shows how he shares the gospel. God has done everything he needed to do. Now it’s up to you / them. Repent and be baptized, then you will receive the Holy Spirit. –

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4. Worthy Is the Lamb (January 26) Sabbath School 2019 Quarter 1 Lesson “The Book of Revelation”



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2019 1st first quarter (January February March) topic: “The Book of Revelation” (Ken Hart’s Sabbath School class in Loma Linda, California, which is based upon the adult Seventh-day Adventist Bible study lesson guide and is broadcast on LLBN as “A Look Ahead”).

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Reverend Gary Davis – Fingerstyle Blues Guitar Lesson in C



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Reverend Gary Davis Guitar Lesson in C

Reverend Gary Davis was a legendary figure in the world of acoustic blues, ragtime and gospel and influenced many guitarists such as Stefan Grossman and Ry Cooder. Althougb well versed in all styles of blues picking, he found religion in his thirties and was ordained as a minister, after which time he refused to play the ‘Devil’s music’.

In this video, I take a look at his basic technique when playing in the key of C, using ‘Cocaine Blues’ as an example. Gary Davis played a jumbo bodied Gibson and favored finger picks, which helped to amplify his sound when performing on the streets of Harlem, as was his habit when living in New York. It’s fair to say that Davis had no betters in this field, while other men that he mentored, such as Blind Boy Fuller, enjoyed much greater commercial success. Perhaps Blind Blake and Willie Walker were the only two guitarists to equal Davis, and of these, Blake’s playing was limited mostly to fast ragtime picking and didn’t have the range of the Reverend’s repertoire.

Davis’ guitar work was creative and complex, which was all the more impressive when we realize that he only used his thumb and forefinger to pick. His finger was nimble, and his picking thumb could move across all six strings producing a syncopated sound. A characteristic feature of the Reverend’s playing was the creation of fast single string runs picked with the thumb and forefinger.

In addition to discovering tunes through church presence, Davis started to play the harmonica at an early age and began making his own guitars utilizing daily products such as pie pans, pieces of wood and copper circuitry prior to – in an unusual act of compassion – Davis’ mom purchased him his very first guitar which enabled Davis to obtain lessons from a regional artist. Absorbing any offered musical impact varying from the minstrel reveals to the circuses that went through Laurens, Davis showed an eager ear and fascination for all type of music – something that would be shown later on in his genre-hopping and flexible guitar playing. Soon, Davis was getting invites to dip into picnics and other public occasions and started establishing his variation of the fingerpicking strategy that would end up being called Piedmont design.

It might be argued that the chances were stacked versus Gary Davis who was born in 1896 in the South Carolina city of Laurens. Maturing in desperate hardship and the just one of 8 kids borne by his teenage mom Evelina to endure into their adult years, Davis ended up being blind at 3 weeks of age following ulcer of the eyes brought on by, inning accordance with Davis, the physician putting “alum and sweet milk in my eyes.” Other accounts recommend that Davis’ mom aimed to treat her infant child’s eye infection with lye soap however the truth stays that, in a nation where being either black, bad or blind put a soul at a drawback, being all 3 would need supreme willpower and durability on Davis’ part to get rid of the difficulties of life.

In the late 1920s, Davis lastly settled in Durham, North Carolina and ended up being a routine musical function on the city’s streets along with stints leading a band that used the local celebration circuit. Street musicianship in the United States was no simple flight though and, with theft from a blind individual viewed as a chance by regional petty lawbreakers, Davis started bring a handgun and a knife for his own defense – something that would sometimes cause his arrest and imprisonment. Throughout this time, Davis entered into contact with a unskilled and young guitarist called Fulton Allen – later on to be referred to as Blind Boy Fuller – which set Davis on the roadway to a long-lasting enthusiasm for mentor guitar with the similarity Stefan Grossman, Woody Mann, the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and Ernie Hawkins all having actually gained from the Reverend’s tutorage.

In addition to finding out tunes through church presence, Davis started to play the harmonica at an early age and began making his own guitars utilizing daily products such as pie pans, pieces of lumber and copper electrical wiring prior to – in an uncommon act of generosity – Davis’ mom purchased him his very first guitar which permitted Davis to get lessons from a regional artist. Throughout this time, Davis came into contact with a unskilled and young guitar player called Fulton Allen – later on to be understood as Blind Boy Fuller – which set Davis on the roadway to a long-lasting enthusiasm for mentor guitar with the likes of Stefan Grossman, Woody Mann, the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir and Ernie Hawkins all having actually benefitted from the Reverend’s tutorage. #acoustic #guitar #blues #lessons #fingerstyle #blues #guitar #acoustic #lessons #fingerstyle

Lesson 1 – Come out of the box – The Pioneer School



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Come out of the the box. Much of what we do today is because of our church history. It is important to understand this in order to take our glasses of, which hinder us in reading the Word of God clearly. This is an important lesson as Torben will come back to this again and again during The Pioneer School.

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19. Lesson. Now is the time to do it – The Pioneer School



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In this lesson Torben Søndergaard helps us to practically obey Jesus in the calling he has given us. In this video, you get some simple tools that will not only transform your life but many people around you. Let the reformation begin –

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Lesson 2 – Religion or Jesus – The Pioneer School



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Jesus did not come with a new religion. He did not come that we should just go to a certain place (church) at a specific time (Sunday church service) where a certain person (priest) do certain things that we can not do. No, he came with a kingdom that is so much different than what we see in the “church” today. So do you want religion or the kingdom of God which Jesus came with? See this amazing teaching.

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Lesson 12 – Led by the Holy Spirit – The Pioneer School



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The Holy Spirit was an important part of the early church. It was Him who told them what they should do. It was Him who led them. With Him they experienced the power of God in their lives.
You will love this lesson where Torben tells many powerful testimonies about how we today can be led by the Holy Spirit. He also gives practical advice on how you can live the life we read about in the book of Acts. A life led by the Holy Spirit. –

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Lesson 14 – Is God holy or loving, or both? The Pioneer School



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Welcome to this important teaching by Torben Søndergaard about God’s character. This is a necessary teaching that will provoke many, but at the same time help the church to know God as he really is. More on

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Lesson 6 – Kick-start your Christian life – The Pioneer School



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To be kick-started is to learn to heal the sick. But it’s much more than that. It is a tool that can transform people, cities and countries.
See this exciting lesson and be kick-started in your Christian life.

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