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Leroy & Patti Hite Missions

Write Leroy & Patti



Patti's Family -
At Her Dad's Funeral


Click on Picture to Enlarge -

Missing are 3 of our Grandchildren:
Jordan, Katelynn & Jackson



Our European Trip -
5/25/6 - 6/10/6

Bringing new evangelistic opportunities
to the "City of Lights"...

The location of our first internet
seminar on Wednesday.

Discussing using blogs to reach France.

Encouragement from a GEM missionary.

Visiting with the head of French
missions for GEM...

Breakfast with the Stowers...

Patti with other missionaries...

Siminar on Friday about using
blogs to reach Germany.

Blogs & minutes a week can reach
many in Europe and beyond.

The internet is a wonderful new
means to reach European youth.

More encouragement from
missionaries in Germany.

A brief weekend moment to
visit a museum.

Patti preparing a meal for the seminar.

Click on Pic to Enlarge



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Europe is calling for North American partners with
a desire to impact an immensely important part of
the world.

...and to be helped on my way there by you...
Romans 15:24

"Internet will be an authentically human place when
Christ's face can be
seen and His voice heard, for if
there's no place for Christ, there won't be
a place for
man. God bless all those who work with this purpose
in mind.
(John Paul II)


How To Partner With Us

Much of Greater Europe Mission's work is supported financially
by individual donors who make regular monthly, quarterly,
annual or one time gifts. If the Lord
is leading you to support
our work, consider making a faith
promise by clicking:



GEM Video

Startling statements: Europeans speak out about God


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Patti and I are very excited to have the opportunity to join Greater Europe Mission

in June with their eDOT (electronic Discipleship Outreach Training) ministry.

GEM wants us to begin immediately with the following undertakings:

1) Train GEM missionaries in ways to use the internet to enhance their ministries
in Europe. This would involve giving them insights on creating websites, helping
use internet tools to reach out to their communities, and broaden their vision
of ways
technology can be used to help their ministry.

2) Travel to Europe to teach local pastors in ways that they can reach the
younger generation in their area for Christ. I would teach them how to evaluate
what internet tools would be best to reach their communities, show them ways to
partner with other organizations to enhance their ministry goals, and help them
create the tools they need. Patti will be using her gifts in hospitality, cooking
& support to make these seminars a success.

3) Discover new ways to evangelize through the internet - especially using Blogs.
I have had success in developing Blogs to reach thousands of people each day in
English. I am excited about the opportunity to use that knowledge in helping ministries
across Europe to reach their language groups for Christ. The Internet is very
underutilized by the Church in Europe and this is mostly due to no one being able
to teach them of its potential.

4) Research Christian Internet technologies and develop partnerships. The Church
in North America has developed many internet tools to reach people. I will be
which of these internet technologies would be applicable for ministry
overseas. Once identified,
I will be seeking to build partnerships with the organizations
that have a heart to use their
tools around the world. This will create a database
of useful tools for ministries in Europe
and avoid the expense of developing everything
from scratch.


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"Internet will be an authentically human place when Christ's face can be

seen and His voice heard, for if there's no place for Christ, there won't be
a place for man. God bless all those who work with this purpose in mind
(John Paul II).

The Web – a Unique Medium

The Internet has become a 21st century Roman road, marketplace, theater,
backyard fence, and office drinks machine. Web evangelism gives believers
opportunities to reach people with the Gospel right where they are, just as
Jesus and Paul did.

The Web’s explosive growth has been remarkable. In ten short years, it has
jumped from being a minority hobby for computer enthusiasts to a
communication medium used by nearly 1000 million people worldwide.

The world impact of the Internet and the digital revolution will be as
far-reaching as the invention of the printing press.

To use the Web effectively, we must understand its nature as a medium. Each
time a new means of communication is developed, people initially think of it
in terms of a previous known medium. Thus, TV began as radio with pictures,
but was soon viewed as a different medium in its own right, as people
learned its potential.

Linear versus non-linear

Many mediums are linear – they communicate a message along a single line.
Radio and TV are essentially linear (although these days, interactive TV can
give the user some control). Fiction books, videos and tracts are also
linear. However, a newspaper is non-linear – it contains multiple messages,
not linked together sequentially. Users can move around as they choose.

The Web is also non-linear. A website is not (usually) a single page of
text, but offers choice between a range of pages and maybe other interactive
options too.

Pull versus push

Outreach literature is a ‘push’ medium. For instance, people offer tracts
into others’ hands. Radio is largely a push medium – within a limited range
of available stations, the user listens (or turns off).

The Internet however is a ‘pull’ medium. It draws people in – but only
within the channels on which they wish to be drawn. It is therefore like a
reference library rather than a literature distribution program. There is no
automatic audience for a website.

Interactive and two-way

One of the greatest attractions of the Web is its interactivity. The user
controls completely what webpages appears on his or her monitor. Each person
will have a unique route of personal choice though any website, and across 4
billion webpages around the world.

The two-way nature of the web means that the user is no longer a passive
recipient. When you listen to radio, the experience is one-way – unless you
can phone in or write a letter. But the Web makes it easy for users to
express opinions and interact with webmasters by email or instant messager,
and discuss a site with other users by bulletin board, blog response form or
chat room. At last, “my opinion counts”.

Just as a newspaper aims to build loyalty among its readers, a website can
generate a ‘sense of community’ - the feeling that users can identify with
the site. Successful sites understand how to create this intangible mood.

Implications of the Web’s properties as a medium

It is a mistake to regard the evangelistic potential of the Web as merely
‘tracts on a screen’. Such a perception will greatly limit its potential for
outreach. Instead, we must understand the Web’s nature as a medium and learn
how to work with its inherent strengths. Only then can we begin to use the
staggering opportunities it offers us.


Organizations using web for evangelism:

Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
Campus Crusade for Christ, International
Chinese Evangelism Resources
The Coaching Center
Probe Ministries
Campus Crusade for Christ Australia
Christian Leadership Ministry
Rusty Wright
Worldwide Challenge
SOON Gospel Literature
Ben Haden Ministry

Does it work?

There is no magic bullet in evangelism, discipleship, or anything else. At
most times and places, people only move upwards in their spiritual journeys
if they have relationships with Christians and see the life of Jesus modeled
in others. You may have read the book The Gospel Blimp [widely available new
and secondhand] which develops this principle within a fictional story. The
Gray Matrix [www.web-evangelism.com/gray-matrix.php] is a useful tool to
help us understand spiritual journeys.

The Internet is unique in its ability to reach people. It is a ‘pull medium’
just like a reference library, it draws people in, but only on the basis of
their interests. Rarely do people accidentally find pages they are not
looking for. If you have zero interest in, say, hockey, when did you last
accidentally find yourself on a webpage about hockey? Probably never!
website does not have an automatic audience. It is unlike radio or
literature, which can be defined as ‘push mediums’.

It is the only medium which can target any affinity group of people,
on the
basis of ethnicity, geographic location, culture, hobby, felt
need or
interest, anywhere in the world. The Web can reach out to
people such as
‘Jay’ - an imaginary but typical non-Christian.

God can use the Web alone to bring someone to Him. More often,
it will be
just one element in a chain, as this story
[htechnology.ccci.org/stories/athiestgirl.html] of an atheist girl
demonstrates. However, the testimonies below show how effective
the Web can

Very early on, the Church became a strong Internet player under John
II. It understood the intrinsic value of its vast collections of art and
texts, and gradually made much of it available online - thereby drawing in
Catholics and non-Catholics. Almost immediately, the Holy See created
versions of its Website in many languages and was among the first major
worldwide institutions to use database-and-object technology online to
publish, moving quickly away from the flat html pages of the mid-90s.

Moreover, the Pope understood the power of networked communication,
especially for the young. He pushed the Church to adopt technology, to
communications. Here's a quote from one official statement on World
Communications Day (2002):

For the Church the new world of cyberspace is a summons to the great
adventure of using its potential to proclaim the gospel message...I dare to
summon the whole Church bravely to cross this new threshold, to put out
deeply into the Net....

Note the humor in the pun. The Blogging Friar Jack calls John Paul
"the most
media-savvy pope ever." As late as last year, in failing health,
continued to urge the Church to invest in - and embrace - the Internet.
Speaking to a group of French bishops, he commented:

Your conference and numerous dioceses have well understood the positive
character of this change, proposing Internet sites directed especially to
young people, where it is possible to be informed, to be formed, and to
discover the different proposals of the Church. I cannot but encourage the
development of these instruments to serve the Gospel and to promote dialogue
and communication. (From CCC site).




Howdy, thank-you. You have no idea just how timely in my life your
words are. I have been finding my way back to Heavenly Father after
own time immersed in "identity politics," seeking for the truth of
statement that "life is not about finding yourself, but about creating
yourself." I have been considering removing the suggestive images from
my site & going through and editing, if not downright removing, the
entries containing offensive and objectionable material.

You may notice that I will delete your comment from my site, but that is
simply so that people know that it is of my own choice and volition that
I have cleaned up my act, not simply as a bow to an internet bully. The
truth of the situation is stronger than that.

I did want you to know that your words did reach me at an important
time, even if they are no longer there for everyone to see.. Thank-you.



Hello I just wanted to thank you for your thoughts in an e-mail that I

received from your group mailing. it Truly helped me in a time of pain and
feeling deserted. I hope to hear back from you so that I know that you got
this e-mail. in the thought I am talking about, you talked about the stars
and light pollution and then talked about how we must go through trials to
actually see the light..... I am going through alot right now and needed to
hear what you wrote, I was at the brink of suicide, You saved my
life...thank you ..........



Yours is a site I always take the time to read and digest.
Great humor and
thought provoking information! Keep
them coming!

Be blessed!



Thank you for visiting my blog, Huck's Realm and leaving
a wonderful
message. I wanted to visit your blog and was
very impressed by all the
hard work you must have accom-
plished to do this. I was captivated upon
entering and my
senses were wonderfully challenged by the various
and devices used. I commned you for your wonderful talen
constructing it.

Well done!!!

Take care,
Chuck Hovey


Dear Howdy,

I've been getting your newsletter now for several
years. I always enjoy them. Especially the UNC
jokes...lol...... Laughter is very good medicine for
the soul. Keep it up. I know this is a calling and
obedience is better than sacrifice.

Robert A. Elliott,Sr.
Doctoral Student
Computer Science & Engineering



I did not wish to be unsubscribed, and tried
to send an e-mail to confirm that I wanted to
continue to receive your side-splitting humour
and healthy faithful advice.

Many thanks for your efforts,

Brian J
Research Fellow
Queen's University
Dept Epidemiology & Public Health
Mulhouse Building
Royal Victoria Hospital


Dear Howdy,

I was very busy in the past two weeks.
I'm very much enjoy your
T&H and I'd like to resubscribe.

I hope it's not too late.

Many Thanks,

Nuanrat. (Thailand)


Dear Howdy,
I enjoy reading your humorous letters. I
look forward to receiving them also in the
future. With wishes for success,
Sol K.
Department of Chemistry
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
Haifa, Israel


Dear Howdy,

I would like to continue receiving Thought & Humor.
I have not received it in some time.

John F., MD
Assistant professor
Michigan State University
Colleges of Medicine


Hello Howdy,

I have no idea how I first ended up on your mailing list but
I am sure glad you reached me!
I would like to continue receiving your messages, so please
sign me up on the new(?) list.
Keep up the humor and the good work!

Best regards
Karina L.,MD,PhD student
Dept.of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Lund University Hospital
Center for Stem Cell Biology and Cell Therapy, Lund University



Please don't unsubscribe me. I don't know if I can go on if
I don't receive Howdy any longer. I am sure, at bare minimum,
I would suffer sever withdrawal. Thank You.
K.M. (Notre Dame U.)


Dearest Howdy,

Please continue to send me "Thought and Humor" - it's just what
I need on those days when laughter is the only medicine!!

Teresa Kimrey
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC


Dearest Howdy,

I DO NOT want to be PHASED OUT of receiving such a delightful
publication. I enjoy both your clever antics and eloquence of language.
The jokes aren't bad either! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE--DO NOT
TAKE ME OFF THE MAILING LIST. Howdy has become a good
friend and break from the stress of college.
Keep up the good work.
MM (Loyno)


Dear Howdy,
We want to inform you that we are interested to obtain Though
and Humor in the case that you can send it us f r e e . We do
not want to be unsubscibed. Send us Though and Humor free
on my e-mail university address:

We can give it in our library for students. Thank you
very much for your kindness. Greetings. Prof. K.


Dear Howdy,

Your newspaper is fun and informative,
but I will unfortunately no longer have
an active e-mail address from the end
of this week- therefore I must unsubscribe,

E Miller (Cambridge University)


Hello Howdy,

I did actually take the time to read your entire e-mail,
which I thought was terribly amusing. I admire your
wordplay and eloquence of language.

Saskia (Oxford U.)


Dear Sir or Ms:
As to your questions, I live in ______, Oregon, USA.
I don't forward your Thought and Humor as I copy them
and place them in a 3-ring notebook. Then I take this
notebook to my camping, gold panning, 8-mile roadside
clean-up campaigns followed by a potluck, 3 days, 2 nights,
geology tours, fishing, boating, etc., along with other stories
and jokes placed in that notebook. Everyone seems to enjoy
reading my notebook. So thank you very much for your stories,
jokes, etc. and for future ones. Why don't you publish a book
full of your stories and Jokes? Shouldn't I get a no-prize book
if and when you do this? Ha, Ha!


Dear Howdy,
One of your subscribers recommended your list on the our-kids
(a forum for families with children with disabilities) listserv. I am
in Island County, WA.


dear sir,
if possible do not unsubscibe your letters from this address.
Looking forward to them.

Hedvika Suchonova
Univerzitni nam.
the Czech republic


Please don't unsubscribe me from your newsletter! I like
it a lot. I think the jokes and brain teasers are great, and
i really like the devotion type things. They really make
me think. yep, those pesky hired howdy hunters
must've been at it again... i'd really like to keep
getting the newsletter.
Thanks and God Bless!



I would like to receive Howdy's Thought and Humor
newsletter at the email below. Thanks for the
opportunity to receive this thought provoking
whimsical newsletter.

Jim M.
Management Research Analyst, Principal
Student Life Assessment Program
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ


dear howdy
i would like to continue receiving "thought&humor"
please sign me up on the new (if any)list.

(name withheld)


Howdy, your newsletter in probably the best thing
I've ever gotten by email... never quit, the world
would be a lesser place without the few who
insist on actually using the wonderful cognitive
processes with which the Creator has blessed
us. Your mini-novel was wonderful, and yes we
are responsible for ensuring that as many as
possible have a ticket as soon as possible.
GOD Bless you


Indira Maharaj-Mikiel
Program Counselor
Marist College Upward Bound
3399 North Road
Poughkeepsie, NY


Dear Howdy,

Where in the world (besides NC) did this come from???
Who in the world sent it to me?
Where in the world have you been hiding?
Over a million readers??? I don't know how I missed
you or you missed me for so long???

Dr. Robert G. Balnicky

P.S. A lot of mind searching without being boring.
A lot of Humor --- downright good clean fun.


Your 'Thought and Humor" have been a great help with the
students that I work with and I would think there are several
of them that are now getting your 'Thoughts and Humor'.
Thank you for making my days better and the students that I work with.
Richard Miller
Gov. Docs and Maps
University of Alaska Fairbanks


Dear Howdy,

Please forgive me but I cannot think of any way for you
to improve on your newsletters. They are so creative,
fun and thought provoking, I envy you your dedication
and expertise. I guess my biggest problem is I don't
want to lose any of them. Consequently my e-mail
filled up so I printed them. I am running out of filing
cabinets to keep them in. I am also saving them on
floppies, only about 2 will fit on each disk. I started
that in the spring. So you can imagine how many
disks I have. I have forwarded them to friends and
family. So, to make a long story short, too late,
just keep 'em coming and let me know if there
is an archive I can access so I won't have to
worry about keeping them all myself.

God Bless You,
"Solid Service"

Your referral based
Golden Rule
Realtor Consultants
For Life


I think you are doing a wonderful job! I am finishing up my
4th year here at George Mason University in Fairfax VA,
and have been reading Howdy for about a year now. I have
no idea how i got on the list but i love it! I will soon be moving
to Australia (to study abroad) for 6 months so i'll be sure to
spread it around down there. Keep up the good work!


Suggestions for improving?! NO WAY! I love T&H and I love
forwarding it to people! On weeks when I'm not too busy,
I really enjoy reading as much of it as possible. And those
times when I'm bogged down in work, the lighter side of
T&H is a perfect pick-me-up. You're doing a great work for God's
Commission, Howdy. Thank you!

Duquesne University, Pittsburgh


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Family Picture:

Taken Christmas before last...
Click on picture to enlarge.

Shown are:

6 daughters
2 sons
3 son-n-laws
1 son's fiancé
5 grandchildren (1 born since)


While You Surf

In Malaysia, there are more than 9.4 million netizens.
And with the government's focus on ICT, the boundary
of our wired world is bursting at the seams. Oops, the
word boundary should not even exist in our e-dictionary :-)
Not only are more people getting on the Net each day,
many of them spend more time online than offline.
People you may never meet on the street are available
online for hours at a time, that is if we care to meet
them on the Net.


If we ignore the impact of the Net
on people's lives, we risk becoming
irrelevant in today's world.



Christian & Historical Groups Using Web

Family Rated Humor

How to become a Christian

A Short Look At Six World Religions


American Family Information


Bible - God's Word in different languages...

Bible Study Info

Christian Apologetics

Christian Web Info

Family WWW Protection - Free

For The University Crowd

God Bless America

God Bless America - Kate Smith

God Bless The USA

Great Christians In History

Hard Questions Answered

History of American Christianity

Kate Smith introducing "God Bless America"

Kids For Truth

Lincoln -A Christian

Mission To America

Mr. Contoversial

No One Over 12 Admitted

One Place For Learning

Our Daily Bread

President Lincoln

Red Skelton's Pledge of Allegiance

Scout Patriotic Songs

South Carolina Kate Smith Memorial

Stories For Kids

Take The Test

The Church & Israel

The Relationship of the Church to Israel

The Young Earth Club

Who Is Jesus???


Words To Patriotic Songs



Computer Outreach Class


Unplug the cable connection to your computer and
what do you see. If you look very closely, you might
see millions and millions of people around the world
waiting to communicate with you.

Some may be in dorms, others in offices, homes,
internet cafes, & even prisons. Some will be elderly
and some will have not reached their impressionable
teen years yet. They will not know unless you tell them
your income, social standing, educational degrees,
your age, or even your gender. Here is simply a place
to communicate ideas & viewpoints. Nothing in previous
generations even comes close to this opportunities.

Suppose a group of a dozen or more Christians who
knew how to share their faith contacted many through
this means with their very own computers and reached
out to others? Many of those contacted under 40 pre -
suppose that the computer is a prolongation of their
very lives perhaps it might be elucidated: their very

During the four to six weekly meetings, participants
would bring their laptops to a Wi-Fi room in the church
or elsewhere and accomplish the following at no charge
(per week):

1) Learn how to establish a somewhat anonymous Yahoo
address & set up a personal blog. Homework assignment
would be to write an article of interest (golf, gardening,
school, etc.) and to relate this in some way in a spiritual

2) Read blog article to class. Evaluate for effectiveness.
Begin blog surf.

3) Discuss I.M. & chat room opportunities. Continue
blog surf. Add Christian links to your personal blog.

4) Learn how to visit a larger number of blogs in a
smaller amount of time so that you can reach many
around the world.

While the class is in operation, there will be
opportunities to communicate with different
people at different levels of interest. Each
participant will be encouraged to use these
opportunities to reach people with the Gospel
of Jesus Christ.

Care must be taken during these sessions to
always communicate the love of Christ no
matter what the communication received
might say. It must be remembered that the
internet is a cross section of the world &
therefore contains many unbiblical world -
views including pornography, hate & violence.

Every weekly meeting should have a youth leader,
other staff person or church officer available (if
possible). Additionally, there will be letters
received which might be published in weekly
church bulletins.


Your Church Website



Picture a non-Christian Chattanoogan in the 20 - 40 age
range at his laptop:

1) First he goes to this commercial site:

He clicks on "enter" and then goes through each page.
While on Page 2, he click on "Watch Breathless Movie" -
Sound On!!! Wow!!!

2) He now jumps to this site (with his sound on):

and clicks on "Play TV Spot".

3) Next he goes to this church site:

and clicks on "audio/visual" (top).

4) Finally he clicks on your church site:

What is the visual message he receives???

(Please ignore the theology shown at site #3)



Kids: Ben, Mamie, Ellie


Kids still at home: Ben -14, Ellie - 10, Abby - 16


Daughters: Emily, Katie & Caroline


Nathan, me, Lee (son - 20), Ben


Outstanding Son-n-laws: James, John & Nathan

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August 2005   September 2005   December 2006   January 2007  

Jesus and The Da Vinci Code

How Can I Know God???

Tales of Narnia

Answering Islam

The Da Vinci Code

A Short Look At Six World Religions

Bible - God's Word in different languages...

Not Garbage

See The Word

Bible Study Info

Christian Web Info

Don't Be Left Behind

For The University Crowd

Hard Questions Answered

How to become a Christian

Mr. Contoversial

Great For Kids

Stories For Kids

Promoting Your Own Blog

Bible Knowledge Challenge

The Young Earth Club

Who Is Jesus???

Christian Apologetics

Christian Web Info

God Bless The USA

Great Christians In History

History of American Christianity

Bible Instructions


Dr. Ben Haden

Bible Search Tools

Kids For Truth

Lincoln - A Christian

Mission To America

One Place For Learning

Our Daily Bread

President Lincoln

Red Skelton's Pledge of Allegiance

Purgatory, Heaven Or Hell?

Intellectual Takeout

Evangelical Viewpoint

Dr. John Vernon McGee

Insight For Living

Turning Point

Outstanding Bible Teacher

Dr. Tony Evans

Listen To The Bible

Is Jesus God?


Ditty Talk - Online Christian Community

Great Bible Teaching

*America - Why I Love Her - Big John Wayne*

The Church & Israel

How To Become A Christian

*Watch The Jesus Movie*


Your very own library

Muhammad or Jesus???

Why The U.S.A. Is At War - 1

Why The U.S.A. Is At War - 2

Christian Women

Is Jesus God?

Statement Of What Howdy Believes!!!

Bible Crosswords

Great Bible Teacher

All About Cults

Religion Comparison

The Relationship of the Church to Israel

Just For Guys

Church History

***Watch The Jesus Movie***
{Many Languages}

Howdy's Blog #2

Howdy's Blog #3

Music That Hites Enjoy

God Bless America - Kate Smith

Military Music

Boston Pops: God Bless America

This Land Is Your Land

Blueberry Hill

Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring


A Taste Of Honey - clip

(I Left My Heart) In San Francisco - clip

Take The 'A' Train - clip

Hello, Dolly! - clip

Peggy Sue - clip

Theme From Peter Gunn - clip

Song from Moulin Rouge


Ebb Tide

Tara's Theme from Gone with the Wind

Around the World in 80 Days

Breakfast at Tiffany's


The Way We Were

You Do Something to Me



A Foggy Day



Arrivederci Roma

Theme from Moulin Rouge II

Stardust - Big Band



Rhapsody in Blue

Sleepy Lagoon

My Foolish Heart

Lisbon Antigua

La Mer

April in Portugal

Because of You

Poor People of Paris

Unchained Melody

Stranger on the Shore


Maple Leaf Rag

Voices of Spring

Emperor Waltz

Radetzky March

Water Music (Excerpt) George Frideric Handel

Finale - William Tell Overture

Overture - My Fair Lady

The Rain in Spain

The Lonely Bull - Herb Alpert

Tijuana Taxi - Herb Alpert

The Happy Whistler

So Rare

Mona Lisa

Ghost Riders in the Sky

Walk, Don't Run

Wonderland by Night

Canadian Sunset

Blue Tango

The Happy Wanderer

Down Yonder

Midnight in Moscow

Crazy Medley


That's for Me

Quiet Village

Harbor Lights

Dueling Banjoes II

Autumn Leaves

My Foolish Heart

Don't Know Much





Close To You

Rainy Days & Mondays

Sing A Song

Yesterday Once More

We've Only Just Begun

Goodbye To Love

Only You

As Time Goes By

As Time Goes By II

As Time Goes By - Original

After Loving

San Francisco

Stranger In Paradise

Mrs. Howdy

Rags To Riches

The Good Life

Hello Dolly

All Of Me

Thank Heaven For Little Girls

Beyond The Sea

Everybody Loves

Return To Me

That's Amore

Autumn Leaves

Love Me With All Your Heart

If I Give My Heart To You

Autumn Leaves II

Autumn Leaves III

See The USA

My Prayer

You Always Hurt

Take Me Out To The Ballgame

Love Me Tender

Its Now Or Never

Old Shep

Dont Be Cruel

When I Fall In Love

When I Fall In Love II

When I Fall In Love III

A Fool Such As I

You'll Never Know


I'm Yours

Wish You Were Here

Lady Of Spain


It's Magic

Secret Love

This Magic Moment

My Prayer

Twilight Time

Great Pretender

Harbor Lights

Little Darlin'


No Other Love

Magic Moments

Till The End Of Time

Dont Let The Stars

Overture - Barber of Seville

Back In The Saddle

You Always Hurt

When I Fall

When A Man

True Love



In The Mood

A Taste Of Honey

The Lonely Bull

Lollipops And Roses

This Guys In Love With You

What Now My Love

Three Coins In The Fountain

You've Gotta Have Heart


Stranger In Paradise II

Love Is...


Georgia On My Mind

Sentimental Over You

Thanks For The Memories

Too Young


Never On Sunday

Yellow Rose Of Texas


My Little Corner

Speak Low

Moments To Remember


Be My Love

Embassy Waltz


A Certain Smile

Chances Are

Not For Me To Say

Stranger On The Shore

I'll Be Seeing You

Cherry Pink


Moonlight Serenade

Last Date

Naughty Lady

Til I Kissed You

All I Have To Do Is Dream

Dixie Land Band

Ghost Riders In The Sky

The Happy Wanderer


Santa Catalina

Band Of Gold

Auld Lang Syne

The Wayward Wind

P.S. I Love You

Harbor Lights

Ebb Tide

Lime Light

Green Door

My Heart Cries

Down Yonder

Silvana Mangano Anna

Does Your Chewing Gum?

Grand Night For Singing

Purple People Eater

Orange Blossom Special

I'll Get By

'Til Then

Katie At UNC

Love Letters

As Time Goes By

Cheek To Cheek

Mission Impossible

The Way You Look Tonight


Glad To Be An American

Battle Hymn Of The Republic

How Great Thou Art

Have Thine Own Way

Beyond The Sunset

Amazing Grace

He's Got The Whole World

Peace In The Valley

How Great Thou Art II

Stars & Stripes Forever

Tennessee Waltz

Beverly Hillbillies Theme

El Paso

Happy Trails

Big John

Sixteen Tons

Which Doctor?

Wonderful! Wonderful!




Daniel Boone

Davy Crockett

Dick VanDyke

Donna Reed

Father Knows Best


Gomer Pile


Have Gun

Hawaii Five-O

Hogans Heroes





Law & Order

Lone Ranger

Magnificent 7


Man From Uncle




Mission I

Mr. Ed

My 3 Sons

Raw Hide

Real McCoys

Rifle Man

Secret Agent

Simon & Simon




Super Man

















Victory I


The Lion Sleeps Tonight

Mr. Sandman

Only The Lonely

Beyond The Sea


Magnificent 7

Magnificent 7 - II


I Walk The Line

God loves you so much that He died for you!!!


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* * * Four Important Things To KNOW: #1) For ALL (Americans, Muslims, Jews, Catholics, Hindus, Buddhist, Asians, Presbyterians, Europeans, Baptist, Brazilians, Mormons, Methodist, French, etc.) have sinned & fall short of the glory of God. #2) For the wages of above (see #1) are DEATH (Hell, eternal separation from God, & damnation) but the Gift (free & at no charge to you) of God (Creator, Jehovah, & Trinity) is Eternal Life (Heaven) through (in union with) Jesus Christ (God, Lord, 2nd Person of The Trinity, Messiah, Prince of Peace & Savior of the World). #3) For God so greatly loved & dearly prized the world (Americans, Muslims, Jews, Catholics, Hindus, Buddhist, Asians, Presbyterians, Europeans, Baptist, Brazilians, Mormons, Methodist, French, etc.) that He even gave up His only begotten (unique) Son, that whosoever (anyone, anywhere, anytime - while still living) believes (trust in, relies on, clings to, depends completely on) Him shall have eternal (everlasting) life (heaven). #4) Jesus said: "I am THE WAY, THE TRUTH, & THE LIFE. No one (male/female - American, Muslim, Jew, Catholic, Hindu, Buddhist, Asian, Presbyterian, European, Baptist, Brazilian, Mormons, Methodist, French, etc. ) comes (arrives) to the Father (with GOD in Heaven) EXCEPT BY (through) ME (no other name). *** This wonderful loving GOD gives you the choice - - - (Rev. 3:20) {Please note that church membership, baptism, doing good things, etc. are not requirements for becoming a Christian - however they are great afterwards!!!} *** Jesus said, "Wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction (Hell, damnation, eternal punishment), and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life (Heaven, eternal happiness, forever with God), and only a few find it.

But these are written so that you may
believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the
Son of God, and that by believing in
Him you will have life. Jn 20:31

Seek the Lord while He may be found;
call on Him while He is near. Let the
wicked forsake his way and the evil
man his thoughts. Let him turn to the
Lord, and He will have mercy on him,
and to our God, for He will freely
pardon. "For My thoughts are not
your thoughts, neither are your ways
My ways," declares the Lord. "As the
heavens are higher than the earth, so
are My ways higher than your ways
and My thoughts than your thoughts.
As the rain and the snow come down
from heaven, and do not return to it
without watering the earth and making
it bud and flourish, so that it yields seed
for the sower and bread for the eater,
so is My word that goes out from My
mouth: It will not return to Me empty,
but will accomplish what I desire and
achieve the purpose for which I sent it.
You will go out in joy and be led forth
in peace; the mountains and hills will
burst into song before you, and all the
trees of the field will clap their hands.
Instead of the thornbush will grow the
pine tree, and instead of briers the myrtle
will grow. This will be for the Lord's
renown, for an everlasting sign, which
will not be destroyed." Is 55

O Lord, you have searched me and you
know me. You know when I sit and when
I rise; you perceive my thoughts from afar.
You discern my going out and my lying
down; you are familiar with all my ways.
Before a word is on my tongue you know
it completely, O Lord. You hem me in -
behind and before; you have laid your
hand upon me. Such knowledge is too
wonderful for me, too lofty for me to attain.

Where can I go from your Spirit? Where
can I flee from your presence? If I go up
to the heavens, you are there; if I make
my bed in the depths, you are there.

If I rise on the wings of the dawn,
if I settle on the far side of the sea,
even there your hand will guide me,
your right hand will hold me fast.

If I say, "Surely the darkness will hide
me and the light become night around
me," even the darkness will not be dark
to you; the night will shine like the day,
for darkness is as light to you. For you
created my inmost being; you knit me
together in my mother's womb. I praise
you because I am fearfully and wonderfully
made; your works are wonderful, I know
that full well. My frame was not hidden
from you when I was made in the secret
place. When I was woven together in the
depths of the earth, your eyes saw my
unformed body. All the days ordained
for me were written in your book before
one of them came to be.

How precious to me are your thoughts,
O God! How vast is the sum of them!
Were I to count them, they would
outnumber the grains of sand. When
I awake, I am still with you. Search me,
O God, and know my heart; test me
and know my anxious thoughts. See
if there is any offensive way in me,
and lead me in the way everlasting.
Ps 139

But indeed for this purpose I have raised you up,
that I may show My power in you, and that My
Name may be declared in all the earth. Ex 9:16

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