Remarks from Speaker Boehner and Leader Pelosi on Tucson Shootings



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From the special House session (from C-SPAN 1/12/11 coverage) on Tucson, AZ shootings, remarks from Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). They honor the victims of the tragedy, including their colleague Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ). Watch the complete House session here:

2017 Revival Pastor Reginald Johnson Guess Speaker at St Matthew PB Church in Huntsville



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He has sent me to mend The Broken Heart ,and to proclaim Liberty to the Captive and to release from Darkness Those who are in Prison: Truly Pastor Reginald Johnson Preached The word Of God,and We were Helped, If we could Do as Pastor Reginald Johnson Told us to do, ” Put It All In His Hands” Man Of god Keep Encouraging The People To Serve The lord, Don’t Come Down, Because You are doing a Great work.

Light From Above #055 Interview with Phil Sanders, Speaker on In Search of the Lord’s Way



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Speaker for “In Search of the Lord’s Way,” a nationally broadcasted television ministry of Edmond Church of Christ. Instructor, Amridge University (formerly Southern Christian University) and the Theological University of America. Involved in active ministry for more than 42 years. Former Assistant Director and Instructor, Nashville School of Preaching and Biblical Studies since 1998. Author of several books and frequent speaker at lectureships, gospel meetings and seminars. Articles in Gospel Advocate and Spiritual Sword. Author of A Faith Built on Sand, 2011. Adrift: Postmodernism in the Church, Gospel Advocate, 2000. Let All the Earth Keep Silence, Star, 2006. Evangelism Handbook of New Testament Christianity, 2009.

In Search of the Lord’s Way now appears on all 210 television markets in the United States. Search appears on nearly 150 local cable stations and on 50 radio stations. In addition, Search appears on the Inspiration Network (INSP) to nearly 65 million US households. The Search program is also aired over the Pacific Broadcast Radio, a shortwave and broadcast station four times daily.

To learn more about this excellent program, visit their web site at www.searchtv.org.

Firestorm Rally at the Governor’s Mansion – Speaker Teresa Collett



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Professor Teresa Collett, Pro-Life Center at the University of St. Thomas

September 9 Firestorm Rally at the Minnesota’s Governor’s Mansion with about 1500 in attendance. Coalition of pro-life organizations, pastors, elected officials and concerned citizens.

Bishop Fred Williams *THE PREACHING MACHINE* Guest Speaker @ Pentcostal-Jubilee House of Prayer



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March 18, 2012 Morning Worship Service Guest Speaker Bishop Fred C. Williams pastor and founder-Bethany Refuge Community Church of Birmingham, AL
United Pentecostal Jubilee House of Prayer
311 Memorial Dr NW Decatur, Alabama
Pastor Bishop Thomas D. Strong
*THE PREACHING MACHINE*

Perspectives on Native Representations Symposium: Keynote Speaker Panel



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Friday, February 20, 2015
Perspectives on Native Representations Symposium: Keynote Speaker Panel

Dr. Adrienne Keene, Migizi Penseneau & Matika Wilbur

While the history between Native peoples and representations of identity projected upon them (having been replicated and reinforced in popular culture) is layered and complex, the rise of technology and social media has ushered in an era of accessible activism that pushes against this history. Native peoples across the world now have practicable, highly visible modes to express unique voices that challenge and redefine how Natives are represented both internal and external of their communities. “Perspectives on Native Representations” seeks to highlight the multiple contexts through which representations of Native communities, culture and individuals are being shifted and re-imagined.

Sponsored by UC Berkeley’s Native American Student Development. Co-sponsored by the Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues.

Andy Peterson, Mountain Lion Attack Survivor, Speaker, & Author of Saved Twice



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Andy Peterson, Mountain Lion Attack Survivor, Speaker, Author of Saved Twice, and Founder of Lion King Ministries, www.lionkingministries.com.

Andy miraculously survived a terrifying mountain lion attack at Roxborough State Park on April 30, 1998. After surviving the incredible attack, Andy received several dozen stitches to his face, neck, chest, stomach, shoulders and legs. Andy set a record at Swedish Hospital in Englewood, Colorado by requiring 70 staples to close his head wounds. Andy’s inspirational story is one you have to hear!

This is how Lion King Ministries was founded. This amazing story has been shared with Oprah Winfrey Show, Larry King Live, Animal Planet, A&E Biography, Versus Channel, New Man Magazine, Reader’s Digest, Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), Outdoor Life Network & Outdoor Life Magazine. Andy has also shared in numerous churches, conferences, men’s events, wild game dinners, universities, youth events, businesses and many others.

Check out the full story with Andy’s book, Save Twice, www.lionkingministries.com!

Pastor Andy Thompson Guest Speaker



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Pastor Andy Thompson spends his 2nd Mothers day with us at Netcast Church. Pastor Andy has been a Netcast partner before Netcast was planted. We are grateful to him for visiting with us and teaching us God’s word. In this message Pastor Andy explains what Christian maturity looks like in todays fast paced culture.

Pastor Andy is lead pastor of World Overcomers Christian Church in Raleigh-Durham, NC.

RPC 2014 Keynote Speaker, Fred John, Jr.



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Fred John, Jr. was born January 3, 1943 in Susluta Alaska to the last traditional chief of Mentasta, Fred John, Sr. and Native rights advocate Katie John. Fred is the sixth child of 14 biological and six adopted children. He was raised in the traditional lifestyle during his younger years but as the State of Alaska began to regulate education he was among the first of many native children across
the state that were taken away. Fred was seven years old when he left with his siblings to attend school at Wrangell, Alaska. After two years, of abuse and being referred to as only a number (77), he and his siblings were then brought home. Following this long separation his father fought to keep the family intact. Fred Sr. moved the family to Dot Lake to be closer to a school as is was
mandated that the children attend. Unfortunately the harsh winter and lack of adequate housing was too much and the children were forced to return to Wrangell which is located over 700 miles away.
After graduating in 1963, Fred attended college at Haskell Institute. He completed two years then joined the Navy. Traveling all over the world, Fred saw new cultures and experienced a life unheard of in Mentasta. He was able to call to the one phone at the village lodge occasionally and let his family know where he was stationed. It was during his time in the navy that he was injured. While stationed in San Diego, Fred nearly lost his life in a terrible
accident. He spent nearly 18 months in the hospital learning to walk, talk and live on his own again. This was some of his most lonely moments he states, “Watching my ship leave, not being able to contact my family and being in a big city where I felt forgotten. This was the loneliness that I felt when I was taken away from my parents as a child.”
After a long road of recovery, Fred returned to Alaska as a disabled Veteran. Although he was healed physically, he was emotionally drained. He took a path which led to alcohol addiction. He eventually turned to Christ for help and family for support. He also went to the Old Minto Recovery Camp run by Tanana Chiefs Conference. Going back to his traditional roots and being in a cultural setting was healing. After recovery, Fred became involved in Old Minto and soon joined as a recovery counselor.
After Katie John passed in 2013, Fred found himself on the forefront continuing to protect her legacy while carrying on
the traditions of the Athabascan culture. He now spends his time writing and advocating on behalf of the Native rights of
Alaska.
Fred celebrates 71 years of life with 37 years of marriage. He is surrounded by six children, Frankie, Gwendolyne, Genevieve, Reuben, Vanessa and Alma. He is blessed with 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Fred John, Jr. will continue his family’s legacy and is looking forward to more adventures in his journey of life.