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Video clips are the property of CBS News and Lifetree Cafe. Website: peaceworks.tv Peaceworks is a new peace movement bringing people from a...
Video clips are the property of CBS News and Lifetree Cafe. Website: peaceworks.tv Peaceworks is a new peace movement bringing people from all over the world together for a single purpose...to change the Christian church into a peace church. Imagine how different the world would be if every Christian actually followed the peace teachings of Jesus. No fear. No anger. No hate. No revenge. Just living the way that Jesus intended for us to live. There's no question that people in the early church were much happier and more peaceful than we are today, but thanks to 2000 years of theology, things have gotten pretty messed up. The Christian "religion" is hoping that you won't figure it all out, but it can't be covered up any longer. Everything must change, and everything will change, but it needs to begin with you! Allow yourself to be transformed by the counter-cultural master of peace, joy and love...Jesus Christ. It's all leading up to September 2013 We start today and move into top gear with the launch of the Peaceworks video series in September 2013. Everything's free - including notes, quotes and discussion questions for all twelve 30 minute episodes. Great music, "word on the street" interviews and some of today's coolest, most engaging speakers will inspire you, and give you the tools you need to make a difference in your life, and the world. We're really excited about the people who are already on board, including Tony Campolo, Bruxy Cavey, Shane Claiborne, Jonathan ... Less
amish cult & culture this community who live like in the XVIIth century. post original at vimeo by Jeremy Petrequin http://bcove.me/5b8oj60z...
amish cult & culture this community who live like in the XVIIth century. post original at vimeo by Jeremy Petrequin http://bcove.me/5b8oj60z clip Attorney: Andrew Hyde defended the men and said they were 'complete gentlemen with deeply founded Christian beliefs'attack by the followers of Sam Mullet, who heads a community of about 120 people in a rural area near Bergholz, Ohio. Five members of the reclusive Amish group have been charged with kidnapping and aggravated burglary in a series of bizarre attacks. The victims have all been Amish leaders who have spoken out against Mullet, or those who have fled Mullet's group.Mullet was raised Amish and claims to be a bishop, or leader. But Comer says Mullet exhibits none of the typical Amish traits, such as humility and gentleness."He's really set himself up almost as a God," Comer says. Less
Reportage de France 3 sue l'exposition L'école amish, à Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines. Jusqu'au 12 février 2012. Renseignements au 03.89.58.80.3...
Reportage de France 3 sue l'exposition L'école amish, à Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines. Jusqu'au 12 février 2012. Renseignements au 03.89.58.80.32. Consultez le site du Carrefour Européen du Patchwork : www.patchwork-europe.com. Less
DIY Network's "Vanilla Ice Project", takes the '90s pop star-turned-home restorer into new turf.The show, a follow-up to the home improvemen...
DIY Network's "Vanilla Ice Project", takes the '90s pop star-turned-home restorer into new turf.The show, a follow-up to the home improvement network's Vanilla Ice Project, takes the '90s pop icon-turned-handyman/renovator deep into the country's largest Amish settlement in Ohio, where he learns all about hand craftsmanship, barn building and brotherly bonding. Less
A kerchief (from the French couvre-chef, "cover the head") is a triangular or square piece of cloth tied around the head or around the neck ...
A kerchief (from the French couvre-chef, "cover the head") is a triangular or square piece of cloth tied around the head or around the neck for protective or decorative purposes. The popularity of head kerchiefs may vary by culture or religion, as among Amish women, Orthodox Jewish women, Muslim women, and older Orthodox Christian women. A "handkerchief" or "hanky" primarily refers to a napkin made of cloth, used to dab away perspiration, clear the nostrils, or, in Victorian times, as a means of flirtation. A woman could intentionally drop a dainty square of lacy or embroidered fabric to give a favored man a chance to pick it up as an excuse to speak to her while returning it. Handkerchiefs were sometimes scented to be used like a nosegay or tussy-mussy, a way of protecting those who could afford them from the obnoxious scents in the street. A bandanna or bandana (from the Hindi: बन्धन bandhana, "to tie") is a type of large, usually colorful, kerchief, usually worn on the head or around the neck of a person or pet and is not considered to be a hat. Bandannas are frequently printed in a paisley pattern. Bandanas are most often used to hold hair back, either as a fashionable head accessory, or for practical purposes: Colors, and sometimes designs, can be worn as a means of communication or identification, as with the prominent California criminal gangs, the Bloods, the Crips, the Norteños, and the Sureños. In the so-called hanky code, sexual subcultures, particularly ... Less
Channel 4 series: Amish - World's Squarest Teenagers "Five Amish teenagers leave their closed communities in the American mid-West for the v...
Channel 4 series: Amish - World's Squarest Teenagers "Five Amish teenagers leave their closed communities in the American mid-West for the very first time, to travel to Britain on an extraordinary cultural exchange" Part 1: www.youtube.com Part 2: www.youtube.com Part 3: www.youtube.com Part 4: www.youtube.com Part 5: www.youtube.com Part 6: www.youtube.com Part 7: www.youtube.com Part 8: www.youtube.com Part 9: www.youtube.com Part 10: www.youtube.com Part 11: www.youtube.com Part 12: www.youtube.com Part 13: www.youtube.com Part 14: www.youtube.com Part 15: www.youtube.com Part 16: www.youtube.com Less
This 4-part live play was played out at the Conservative Mennonite Conference in Irwin OH. In a nutshell, the play covers 100 years of Amish...
This 4-part live play was played out at the Conservative Mennonite Conference in Irwin OH. In a nutshell, the play covers 100 years of Amish/Mennonite culture change. CHANGE from believing it's wrong to have a car, to... "now it's ok!" CHANGE in believing it's wrong to have Bible studies, to... "now it's ok!" CHANGE from thinking that German was the only language that should be used in church, to... "now it's ok to preach in English" The older men and bishops felt they needed to stick with the German language in order to save the Amish/Mennonite faith, but the younger generation wanted to see revival and evangelism spread beyond their own little world. The tug of war was painful, hearts were so sincere on both sides, but as the play suggests, legalism lost and grace abounded. As I was watching the video, I kept thinking, EVERY MAN AND WOMAN WHO WAS BORN INTO THE AMISH OR MENNONITES, MUST WATCH THIS! And with permission from the Conservative Mennonite Conference, you now have the opportunity to watch it too. Please be blessed. Conservative Mennonite Conference (CMC) is a Christian Fellowship of evangelical Anabaptist churches in North America. Web Site: www.cmcrosedale.org Less
I spent the 2012 Holiday season in an Amish community. My first night there, I decided to embrace the rich culture of these people I was sta...
I spent the 2012 Holiday season in an Amish community. My first night there, I decided to embrace the rich culture of these people I was staying with by shooting a vlog. Watch in amazement as I struggle to say the word "generous" and forget how to count to 12. Less
IPAD GIVEAWAY ANNOUNCEMENT THIS WEEK! YouTube sensation Tyler Oakley and POPSUGAR's Becca Frucht have your weekly pop culture fix -- are you...
IPAD GIVEAWAY ANNOUNCEMENT THIS WEEK! YouTube sensation Tyler Oakley and POPSUGAR's Becca Frucht have your weekly pop culture fix -- are you ready?! This wee... Less
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