A Conversation With Sinclair Ferguson Professor at Philadelphia Biblical University and Director of PBU's Center for University Studies, Dr. Jonathan Master, sat down for a conversation with Dr. Sinclair Ferguson. Ferguson is a renown author and theologian, and currently serves as the Senior Minister at First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, SC. He discusses his early influences as a preacher and teacher, and shares advice for others considering pastoral ministry.
Basics of Photoshop Painting This is a basic overview of my painting process in Photoshop. It's not impressive looking, but it encompasses the majority of my workflow in just a few minutes. one-
Othello - Act 3 Subtitles available. Audio courtesy of LibriVox. Thank you to all the readers and everyone involved!
William Shakespeare's Twelfth Nigh - Act 1, Scene 5 La Cueva High School's 2011 production of William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night ACT 1, SCENE 5 - Olivia's House Feste's first appearance in the play; unlike Sir Toby and Sir Andrew, who make wordplay by mincing each other's meanings, Feste is more perceptive and quick-witted, and gets into an entertaining argument with the equally quick-witted Maria. Olivia enters, with her attendants, and is somewhat displeased and short with Feste; Feste says she is a fool for mourning her brother, if she knows that her brother is in heaven. Viola/ Cesario arrives at Olivia's house, and is admitted after much waiting, and being examined by both Sir Toby and Malvolio. Viola is brought in to meet Olivia, who finds out Viola is a messenger on Orsino's behalf, and Olivia discourages Viola from wooing her for the Count. Viola tries to make Orsino's suit, though Olivia counters this with elusive and witty remarks; Olivia begins to show interest in Viola as Cesario in this scene, and still insists that she cannot love Orsino. Viola is sent away at last, and Olivia has Malvolio go after Viola, with a ring and an invitation to come back tomorrow. Maria - Richelle King Feste - Jessica Barfield Olivia - Anaubrey Shannon Servant - William Dole Malvolio - Dylan Holmes Sir Toby Belch - Craig Griffith Viola - Kat Liptak
King John - Act 1 Subtitles available. Audio courtesy of LibriVox. Thank you to all the readers and everyone involved!
By What Scriptural Rules May Catechising Be Managed - Thomas Lye
Extreme Land A photo exhibition/Installation/Live acoustic and electro-acoustic musical event. Photographer: Paul Wong Visual Artist: Mike Lau Composer: King Pan NG Premiered and Performed on: 21st and 22nd AUGUST, Theatrette, Old Museum Building, , Wellington, New Zealand, in the concert of 'SOUND, IMAGE, EXTREME LANDS" coordinated by Alexandra Hay Pre-recorded music tape featuring Hong Kong musicians: Wilson Lam, Law Hang Leung, Suntone Lee, Saiwai Liang, Live acoustic musician includes: Pia Palme, Frances Moore, Dylan Lardelli, Anna McGregor, Nicholas Hancox, Hermione Johnson ... (Acoustic Guitar, Zhong hu 中胡, Viola, Soprano, Clarinet in Bb, Bass Recorder, Bassoon) (*The film presented here is without the live instruments) DESCRIPTION: A musical performance presented with visual artwork which comprises of two series of still images (taken at the Rohingya Refugee Camp in Bangladesh and South Pole), Extreme Land is a commentary on perception and interpretation of the photographer, visual artist, composer as well as performers. The main perspective is to seek the common natures between two extreme living conditions and to catechise the viewers' responses to this diegetic phenomenon. Although it is worth to endorse these images for its inspiration, this photo exhibition, pre-composed music, improvisation by the performers are granted the equal value of appreciation and embrace each other for the informative perspective. Images: The sources of images are the photos taken by Paul Wong ...
Heidelberg Catechism Song ~ Curtis 'Voice' Allen ft CJMahaney CJMahaney says: On a stage in front of 2800 attendees at the 2010 NEXT conference, I called out my friend Curtis Allen. Live video Kevin DeYoung was speaking at the conference, and the focus of his newest book was the Heidelberg Catechism. He called it The Good News We Almost Forgot: Rediscovering the Gospel in a 16th Century Catechism (Moody, 2010). So at NEXT 2010 I challenged Curtis (aka Voice) to write and record a rap song to promote Kevin's book and the catechism. Curtis delivered. On Friday, this is what he sent me: Lyrics Verse 1 Yeah I'm on a mission like a couple spies, and that guys is the reason why I catechize. The good news we almost forgot I recognize, Heidelberg rediscovering the gospel prize. It's not scripture but the truth in it will mention he, introduction hide and seek the 16th century. Written in a time when your mind was the weaponry, this document is back into the populace shouts to Kevin D. Better than you think not as bad as you remember, purpose driven truth, from Frederick the elector. He would initiate, the 129 questions to illustrate truths like Christ propitiates. All in a document, whose purpose was to teach children, a guide for preachers, and confessions in a church building. And this is all fact The Heidelberg Cat has been around but now it's seem like it is coming back. Hook We believe in the cross, believe in his life, We believe in his death, believe he's the Christ. We believe that he rose from grave yes it is him ...