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Jesus said, “I will build My Church…” There is a single organization that teaches the entire truth of the Bible, and is called to live by “every word of God.” Do you know how to find it? Christ said it would:

Two memorable weeks had passed and the end of camp was near. The second Sabbath, followed by a final banquet, had arrived. This day was on everyone’s mind. A mixture of emotions was visible on the faces of all in anticipation of the final evening. As the campers prepared for services, they realized yet another year of AYC had passed and that they would soon all be back among the world. Although the mood at camp was a little more somber on the final Sabbath, the campers still looked forward to the event.

The banquet was held in a rustic hall at Raccoon Creek State Park. Here, campers took part in a now-traditional evening meal, a Tabletopics session, and a final slide show of the many memories made at camp. This year also included four speeches given by some of the older campers. Despite the evening marking the end of camp, excitement still filled the air in anticipation of the evening’s many activities.

saved by His good grace. fire wife + mama to four. dietitian turned SAHM with a knack for entertaining, lover of holidays + fashion. so glad you’ve found this little window into our world. grab a cup of coffee to read + stay awhile!

Jesus said, “I will build My Church…” There is a single organization that teaches the entire truth of the Bible, and is called to live by “every word of God.” Do you know how to find it? Christ said it would:

Two memorable weeks had passed and the end of camp was near. The second Sabbath, followed by a final banquet, had arrived. This day was on everyone’s mind. A mixture of emotions was visible on the faces of all in anticipation of the final evening. As the campers prepared for services, they realized yet another year of AYC had passed and that they would soon all be back among the world. Although the mood at camp was a little more somber on the final Sabbath, the campers still looked forward to the event.

The banquet was held in a rustic hall at Raccoon Creek State Park. Here, campers took part in a now-traditional evening meal, a Tabletopics session, and a final slide show of the many memories made at camp. This year also included four speeches given by some of the older campers. Despite the evening marking the end of camp, excitement still filled the air in anticipation of the evening’s many activities.

saved by His good grace. fire wife + mama to four. dietitian turned SAHM with a knack for entertaining, lover of holidays + fashion. so glad you’ve found this little window into our world. grab a cup of coffee to read + stay awhile!

There’s a certain alchemy to a Fast and Furious movie; one that director Justin Lin perfected in the outrageously enjoyable Fast 5. That film rejuvenated the franchise and solidified its place as a beloved – and prodigiously profitable - global phenomenon. The twisty, turny continuity (which finally catches up with itself in Furious 7), insanely over the top action, elements of an endearingly cheesy soap, quips, tried and true Fastisms (”I ain’t got friends…”), and a surprisingly genuine heart at the core combine to create a singular series.

Walker’s work in the film was completed via doubles – including brothers Caleb and Cody Walker - previously unused footage from the earlier films, and technology that allowed the team to digitally overlay his face on his stand-ins. Astonishingly, other than a few key sequences towards the end of the runtime, it’s hard to tell which moments are altered. More to the point, the film mostly sweeps the viewer into the lavish fantasy-world that is Fast and Furious.

Jason Statham steps in as Deckard Shaw, brother to Luke Evans’ Owen. The elder Shaw is bent on vengeance against the team that defeated his sibling. He begins his ruthless hunt with the murder of Sung Kang’s Han in Tokyo, as seen in the post-credits sequence of Fast & Furious 6. Statham carries with him a certain action cache, delivers some great fight sequences, and is pretty much ideally cast as the relentless - if somewhat humorless - villain.

Jesus said, “I will build My Church…” There is a single organization that teaches the entire truth of the Bible, and is called to live by “every word of God.” Do you know how to find it? Christ said it would:

Two memorable weeks had passed and the end of camp was near. The second Sabbath, followed by a final banquet, had arrived. This day was on everyone’s mind. A mixture of emotions was visible on the faces of all in anticipation of the final evening. As the campers prepared for services, they realized yet another year of AYC had passed and that they would soon all be back among the world. Although the mood at camp was a little more somber on the final Sabbath, the campers still looked forward to the event.

The banquet was held in a rustic hall at Raccoon Creek State Park. Here, campers took part in a now-traditional evening meal, a Tabletopics session, and a final slide show of the many memories made at camp. This year also included four speeches given by some of the older campers. Despite the evening marking the end of camp, excitement still filled the air in anticipation of the evening’s many activities.

saved by His good grace. fire wife + mama to four. dietitian turned SAHM with a knack for entertaining, lover of holidays + fashion. so glad you’ve found this little window into our world. grab a cup of coffee to read + stay awhile!

There’s a certain alchemy to a Fast and Furious movie; one that director Justin Lin perfected in the outrageously enjoyable Fast 5. That film rejuvenated the franchise and solidified its place as a beloved – and prodigiously profitable - global phenomenon. The twisty, turny continuity (which finally catches up with itself in Furious 7), insanely over the top action, elements of an endearingly cheesy soap, quips, tried and true Fastisms (”I ain’t got friends…”), and a surprisingly genuine heart at the core combine to create a singular series.

Walker’s work in the film was completed via doubles – including brothers Caleb and Cody Walker - previously unused footage from the earlier films, and technology that allowed the team to digitally overlay his face on his stand-ins. Astonishingly, other than a few key sequences towards the end of the runtime, it’s hard to tell which moments are altered. More to the point, the film mostly sweeps the viewer into the lavish fantasy-world that is Fast and Furious.

Jason Statham steps in as Deckard Shaw, brother to Luke Evans’ Owen. The elder Shaw is bent on vengeance against the team that defeated his sibling. He begins his ruthless hunt with the murder of Sung Kang’s Han in Tokyo, as seen in the post-credits sequence of Fast & Furious 6. Statham carries with him a certain action cache, delivers some great fight sequences, and is pretty much ideally cast as the relentless - if somewhat humorless - villain.

Michael Strahan 's four-year run on Live! With Kelly and Michael ended rather unceremoniously Friday. Unlike the sendoffs given to Live! 's Regis Philbin and Kathie Lee Gifford in years past, Strahan's farewell episode was a much quieter affair—no doubt a result of the controversy surrounding his exit. Strahan preferred the "simple and low-key" approach, though. As a source told E! News earlier this week, "He doesn't need hoopla. He appreciates everyone's efforts but it's not something he expects or needs." And, as Strahan himself confirmed on Friday's show, "I don't like a big to-do about it."

Tensions have been running especially high since Apr. 19, when Strahan's co-host, Kelly Ripa , first learned that executives planned to transfer him to ABC's Good Morning America full-time this fall.

A " livid " Ripa skipped work Apr. 20, which sent producers scrambling to fill her seat. When she returned Apr. 26, Ripa insisted the dispute was about " respect in the workplace " and promised viewers she didn't blame Strahan. "I am thrilled for you," she said.

Jesus said, “I will build My Church…” There is a single organization that teaches the entire truth of the Bible, and is called to live by “every word of God.” Do you know how to find it? Christ said it would:

Two memorable weeks had passed and the end of camp was near. The second Sabbath, followed by a final banquet, had arrived. This day was on everyone’s mind. A mixture of emotions was visible on the faces of all in anticipation of the final evening. As the campers prepared for services, they realized yet another year of AYC had passed and that they would soon all be back among the world. Although the mood at camp was a little more somber on the final Sabbath, the campers still looked forward to the event.

The banquet was held in a rustic hall at Raccoon Creek State Park. Here, campers took part in a now-traditional evening meal, a Tabletopics session, and a final slide show of the many memories made at camp. This year also included four speeches given by some of the older campers. Despite the evening marking the end of camp, excitement still filled the air in anticipation of the evening’s many activities.

saved by His good grace. fire wife + mama to four. dietitian turned SAHM with a knack for entertaining, lover of holidays + fashion. so glad you’ve found this little window into our world. grab a cup of coffee to read + stay awhile!

There’s a certain alchemy to a Fast and Furious movie; one that director Justin Lin perfected in the outrageously enjoyable Fast 5. That film rejuvenated the franchise and solidified its place as a beloved – and prodigiously profitable - global phenomenon. The twisty, turny continuity (which finally catches up with itself in Furious 7), insanely over the top action, elements of an endearingly cheesy soap, quips, tried and true Fastisms (”I ain’t got friends…”), and a surprisingly genuine heart at the core combine to create a singular series.

Walker’s work in the film was completed via doubles – including brothers Caleb and Cody Walker - previously unused footage from the earlier films, and technology that allowed the team to digitally overlay his face on his stand-ins. Astonishingly, other than a few key sequences towards the end of the runtime, it’s hard to tell which moments are altered. More to the point, the film mostly sweeps the viewer into the lavish fantasy-world that is Fast and Furious.

Jason Statham steps in as Deckard Shaw, brother to Luke Evans’ Owen. The elder Shaw is bent on vengeance against the team that defeated his sibling. He begins his ruthless hunt with the murder of Sung Kang’s Han in Tokyo, as seen in the post-credits sequence of Fast & Furious 6. Statham carries with him a certain action cache, delivers some great fight sequences, and is pretty much ideally cast as the relentless - if somewhat humorless - villain.

Michael Strahan 's four-year run on Live! With Kelly and Michael ended rather unceremoniously Friday. Unlike the sendoffs given to Live! 's Regis Philbin and Kathie Lee Gifford in years past, Strahan's farewell episode was a much quieter affair—no doubt a result of the controversy surrounding his exit. Strahan preferred the "simple and low-key" approach, though. As a source told E! News earlier this week, "He doesn't need hoopla. He appreciates everyone's efforts but it's not something he expects or needs." And, as Strahan himself confirmed on Friday's show, "I don't like a big to-do about it."

Tensions have been running especially high since Apr. 19, when Strahan's co-host, Kelly Ripa , first learned that executives planned to transfer him to ABC's Good Morning America full-time this fall.

A " livid " Ripa skipped work Apr. 20, which sent producers scrambling to fill her seat. When she returned Apr. 26, Ripa insisted the dispute was about " respect in the workplace " and promised viewers she didn't blame Strahan. "I am thrilled for you," she said.

I think this is totally amazing. With my whole heart I love Madonna - listen to the cleanness of her voice.....also love the changing shoe colour! Thanks x

@MochaShow it's not jesus, it's madonna hanging on a cross, i know its crazy but there you go, she did it on her confessions world tour

Allen Klein would sue again. Keith Richards and Mick Jagger would get another award for it. The Andrew Loog Oldham Orchestra would shoot themselves for letting it go in the first place....again. And the Staple Singers would remain ignored and forgotten.
LOL

Jesus said, “I will build My Church…” There is a single organization that teaches the entire truth of the Bible, and is called to live by “every word of God.” Do you know how to find it? Christ said it would:

Two memorable weeks had passed and the end of camp was near. The second Sabbath, followed by a final banquet, had arrived. This day was on everyone’s mind. A mixture of emotions was visible on the faces of all in anticipation of the final evening. As the campers prepared for services, they realized yet another year of AYC had passed and that they would soon all be back among the world. Although the mood at camp was a little more somber on the final Sabbath, the campers still looked forward to the event.

The banquet was held in a rustic hall at Raccoon Creek State Park. Here, campers took part in a now-traditional evening meal, a Tabletopics session, and a final slide show of the many memories made at camp. This year also included four speeches given by some of the older campers. Despite the evening marking the end of camp, excitement still filled the air in anticipation of the evening’s many activities.


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