Views:21|Rating:0.00|View Time:1:13:38Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Sermon on Luke 2:41-52
First Sunday after Christmas
Whitney Booth Lockard
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Views:51|Rating:0.00|View Time:36:14Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Ellen Hopkins launches her new book “People Kill People” at the 2018 Library of Congress National Book Festival in Washington, D.C.
Speaker Biography: Ellen Hopkins is the No. 1 New York Times best-selling author of 13 young adult novels, as well as the adult novels “Triangles,” “Collateral” and “Love Lies Beneath.” Many of her novels are in verse, and she says she has been writing poetry most of her life. Hopkins has not shied away from difficult issues in her books such as drug addiction and mental illness in teens. She lives with her family in Carson City, Nevada, where she founded Ventana Sierra, a nonprofit youth housing and resource initiative. Her new book is “People Kill People” (Margaret K. McElderry).
Views:231|Rating:5.00|View Time:11:38Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 Come along for a tour with the manager of the latest Walmart opening this week in Frisco, Texas. It’s got some great new features that not only make shopping more efficient, but the pharmacy is combined with the optometry and clinic which makes perfect sense! I also love the recipe suggestions with ingredient groupings in the grocery so you don’t have to run across the store to find everything. Check it out! (This was a hosted media event, all opinions are my own.)
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Views:84321|Rating:4.20|View Time:4:15Minutes|Likes:219|Dislikes:42 DBoy The Sudanese King (Check My Songs Out)
Ayiik Aleer aka DBoy (The Sudanese King) was born in South Sudan in the Town of Bor, Duk on May 15, 1988. DBoy has four brothers and three sisters, but one of his brothers and sister died in Bor, Duk before he was born. In 1989 soldiers attacked Bor, Duk when DBoy was one year old, and he didnt know anything about that time. Two of his sisters wanted to hold him, and they were young at that time, but they want to save their younger brother, and then DBoys family ran to the town of Equatoria, Amea. In 1993 soldiers attacked Amea when he was five years old. Again DBoys family ran to Loboni, but at that time he was walking, so he and his family stayed in Loboni for two years. Again North Sudan soldiers attacked Loboni South Sudan when he was 7 years old, so DBoy, two sisters, one brother and mom decided to go to Ethiopia, but his dad disagreed with them, so DBoy, two sisters, one brother and mom left his dad in Loboni in 1995. They walked to Ethiopia by foot, but it took them two years to get to Ethiopia, so his family arrived in Ethiopia, Panyudu Refugee camp on April 17, 1997. At the same time DBoy joined the soccer team and church. He loved to sing for kids, church and his trip dance, so in 1998 he decided to become a musician. He told his family he wanted to be a musician, but at that time he didnt know anything about rap music. On November 15, 2002 some refugees fought in village 12, but some of the refugees had guns and shot Dinka people, so the Dinka people ran to Nuer villages and lived with the Nuer people. In 2005 DBoy, his niece, nephew, and mom got forms to come to the United States. On July 29, 2005 they went to get medical checks, and then they lived in Ethiopia. On December 8, 2005 they came to the United States, so they arrived in the United States on December 9, 2005 in Erie, Pennsylvania. DBoy began to make music, but he didnt get a DJ to make beats for him and at that time he didnt know how to speak English and Rap, but he knows how to sing. DBoy moved to Des Moines, Iowa on July 15, 2006 and went to school in September. In early 2008 he started Rap by Rapping his first name up to his great-grandfathers name, so he started recording in April 2008.