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Members of the Shirley Van Dance Studio perform a liturgical dance to Amazing Grace as part of worship on 6/3/12.
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Added: 2716 days ago by Videos@First
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In a Chinese modern dance competition on TV one very unique couple won one of the top prizes. The lady,in her 30's, was a dancer who had trained since she was a little girl. Later in life, she lost her entire left arm in an accident and fell into a state of depression for a few years. Someone then asked her to coach a Children's dancing group. From that point on, she realized that she could not forget dancing. She still loved to dance and wanted to dance again. So, she started to do some of her old routines, but, having lost her arm, she had also lost her balance. It took a while before she could even make simple turns and spins without falling. Then she heard of a man in his 20s who had lost a leg in an accident. He had also fallen into the usual denial, depression and anger type of emotional roller coaster. But, she was determined to find him and persuade him to dance with her.. He had never danced, and to dance with one leg....are you joking with me? "No way!" But, she didn't give up, and he reluctantly agreed thinking, "I have nothing else to do anyway." She started to teach him dancing. The two broke up a few times because he had no concept of using muscle, how to control his body, and knew none of the basic things about dancing. When she became frustrated and lost patience with him, he would walk out. Eventually, they came back together and started training seriously. They hired a choreographer to design routines for them. She would fly high (held by him) with both arms (a sleeve for an arm) flying in the air. He could bend horizontally supported by one leg with her leaning on him, etc. In the competition, as you will see, they dance beautifully and they legitimately won the competition."
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Added: 3831 days ago by Videos@First
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The FLOW Dance Team performs "How Much" by Mandesa.
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Added: 3817 days ago by Videos@First
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This liturigical dance was performed a number of years ago by Lisa Myers and Lindsay Wilkinson on a communion Sunday. Music is "Promise" by Rich Mullins. The video was shown at Fresh Bread worship 8/2/09.
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Added: 3757 days ago by Videos@First
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Theme: "Christmas for Theophilus" Sermon: "A Season of Singing" Preacher: David Kalas Scripture: Luke 2:8-20 No other holiday has inspired the variety or abundance of music that Christmas has. From ʺFrosty the Snowmanʺ to elements of Handel's ʺMessiah,ʺ this is ʺA Season of Singing.ʺ And it has been from the very beginning. Special music by Elizabeth Keppers
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Added: 2530 days ago by Videos@First
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This weekend Rev. Sarah Johnsen is preaching. Her sermon, "Superabundance," is based on Matthew 25: 14-30. The master said to him, "Well done, good and trustworthy slave;…enter into the joy of your master." (Matthew 25: 21)
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Added: 4014 days ago by Videos@First
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Children's time with Geri Lewis-Nites with the children doing a ribbon dance to "Spirit Song" as part of "The Mission of the Church Matters" sermon series on Pentecost Sunday.
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Added: 3458 days ago by bcantrall
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