In 2013 we could really feel the Holy Spirit moving within our church.  We knew we needed to get the word out that God was doing something special in Skid Row.  Over the course of a few Friday nights, we shot our 2012 Promo and with it God started opened doors, softening hearts, and leading people to one of the least likely places you'd look for hope.    

"The Row" Promo - 2012 from Jeramiah Johnson on Vimeo.

Promotional video done for "The Row", a church without walls, located on the corner of Wall & Winston in Downtown Los Angeles, in the middle of Skid Row - America's Homeless Capital.

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  • masuk mans
    commented 2019-11-19 16:42:13 -0800
    With that, it’s time to turn the page and take a look at who Hall of Fame chairman Lanny MacDonald might call next June when the 2020 class is revealed.
  • Kristie Lavigne
    commented 2019-11-08 20:09:42 -0800
    Praise God! Keep it up brother, this is so amazing!
  • freddielynch freddielynch
    commented 2019-10-21 03:56:44 -0700
    Having the World Juniors on home soil comes with great responsibility in Canada, of course, as an entire country shifts its collective focus and emotions toward a group of teenagers for two weeks. And remarkably, Canada has medalled every year it’s hosted the WJC dating to 1978, including winning gold in Toronto in 2015.
  • gpkearns Gaher
    commented 2019-09-23 05:54:12 -0700
    The event, held July 26-Aug. 3 at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan, features players from the United States, Canada, Sweden and Finland taking the first steps toward earning roster spots for the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship in Ostrava and Trinec, Czech Republic, from Dec. 26, 2019, through Jan. 5, 2020.
  • orlandowang Jason
    commented 2019-09-09 03:49:35 -0700
    The six packs on show could have been used to grate enough cheese for an entire village. The Springboks, who many have tipped as the team to push the All Blacks at the World Cup the most, also seem to look the part.