Views:74638|Rating:3.71|View Time:6:2Minutes|Likes:75|Dislikes:26 Todd Bently’s Ignite Church in Lakeland Florida is seeing miracles and healings as thousands come to their nightly revival service being shown on GodTV.
Views:1283|Rating:4.81|View Time:6:28Minutes|Likes:25|Dislikes:1 – As Oklahoma enacts a law that could close all but one abortion clinic in the state — and Louisiana is poised to follow suit — we look at the legacy of Dr. George Tiller, who was assassinated five years ago this past weekend. Tiller was one of a handful of doctors providing abortions in the third trimester of pregnancy. He braved constant threats, a firebombing at his clinic and an assassination attempt that left him with gunshot wounds to both arms. On May 31, 2009, anti-choice extremist, Scott Roeder, entered Tiller’s church in Wichita, Kansas, and shot him dead. We remember Tiller by speaking with Dr. Cheryl Chastine, who travels from Chicago to Wichita each week to provide abortions at Tiller’s former clinic, which reopened last year. Chastine discusses the obstacles to abortion access in Kansas and responds to the threats and harassment she and her colleagues face. “I get up in the morning and there are patients that need me,” Chastine says. “If I allow myself to be deterred from doing this work, then I am allowing a victory for terrorism.”
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Views:260|Rating:0.00|View Time:1:15Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: Louisiana Cell Tower Lease Negotiations Continue With Local Churches of New Orleans 504 319 7683
Recently, here at Louisiana Cell Tower Specialists, We have been getting many inquiries about cell towers being placed on church steeples.
Churches provide an ideal site for cell tower placements.
Church steeples are ordinarily high and the telecom equipment is easily concealed.
It is true, that most churches do have leverage when negotiating with cellular carriers since they offer a prime location and building structure site.
What is also true is that many times that churches stand to lose their tax exempt status if they do not pay close attention to the underlying details and requirements of the government regulations pertaining to this unique steeple to tower adaptation.
To learn if a Steeple-To-Tower adaptation would be beneficial for your congregation and church steeple please contact Dr. Thomas Johnson a local cell tower lease consultant for a free phone consultation.
My phone: 504 319 7683
We will be happy to answer your cellular tower lease questions and discuss your congregation’s financial needs and legal concerns.