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Lecrae interviewed by Steve Carter at Willow Creek Community Church

Lecrae interviewed by Steve Carter at Willow Creek Community Church

Views:7126|Rating:4.83|View Time:15:41Minutes|Likes:139|Dislikes:5Two-time Grammy award winning hip-hop artist Lecrae returns to Willow Creek in an interview with Teaching Pastor Steve Carter to discuss his new book “Unashamed”, the impact Martin Luther King Jr. had on his life, his faith journey, diversity in the church, racial reconciliation,

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Pastor Hope Carpenter Receives Backlash For Disrespectful Post Against Black Protesters

Pastor Hope Carpenter Receives Backlash For Disrespectful Post Against Black Protesters

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Religion in America #1: Religious Studies, Religious Diversity, and Religious Literacy

Religion in America #1: Religious Studies, Religious Diversity, and Religious Literacy

Views:7348|Rating:4.93|View Time:43:52Minutes|Likes:74|Dislikes:1In this lecture/discussion video from my Spring 2014 Religion in America class at Marist college, we begin by discussing some very broad and basic issues concerning Religious Studies. In particular, we discuss Religious Studies and whether it involves adopting some particular faith-perspective or commitment

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⁴ᴷ⁶⁰ Walking East Flatbush, Brooklyn, NYC : Church Avenue, New York Avenue, & Utica Avenue

⁴ᴷ⁶⁰ Walking East Flatbush, Brooklyn, NYC : Church Avenue, New York Avenue, & Utica Avenue

Views:4909|Rating:4.76|View Time:57:23Minutes|Likes:161|Dislikes:8Google Maps Route: Enjoy this walking tour of the Brooklyn, NYC neighborhood of East Flatbush, where I walk Church Avenue from Flatbush Avenue to New York Avenue, follow New York Avenue to the Kings Country Hospital, then return to Church Avenue, walk along Church

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