Church On The Street is a Christian Discipleship Program (or ‘Bible’ Boot Camp) where a believer in Jesus Christ can spend six months in our 180 day residential program immersed in the Word of God. One can spend this time to build a stable foundation for their life. Very intense; very structured, with a curriculum based in the Life of Christ. Lots of rules to incorporate discipline into one’s character; this life recovery school is the stepping stone to finding the purpose for your life that the Lord has for you. We accept all donations & are in need of hygiene, finances, clothes, furniture and vehicles. We are a state approved facility for probation & parole. Visit our website at or call (602) 257-8918 for tour or program information.
Called Conference is an annual event for Apostolic Singles. It is sure to be a great time of teaching, preaching, fellowship, and encouragement. Our guest speakers this year will be Rev. Brian Kinsey, Dr. James Hughes and Rev. Chris Fitzwater. Below you can check out the list of hotels in our area and the event schedule. Don’t forget to pre-register down below to save money at the door. We hope to see you there!
Church On The Street is a Christian Discipleship Program (or ‘Bible’ Boot Camp) where a believer in Jesus Christ can spend six months in our 180 day residential program immersed in the Word of God. One can spend this time to build a stable foundation for their life. Very intense; very structured with a curriculum based in the Life of Christ. Lots of rules to incorporate discipline into one’s character; this life recovery school is the stepping stone to finding the purpose for your life that the Lord has for you. We accept all donations & are in need of hygiene, finances, clothes, furniture and vehicles. We are a state approved facility for probation & parole. Visit our website @ www.cotsphoenix.org or call (602) 257-8918 for tour or program information.
A journey through the parallel gospels part 1
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Small clipper system came through this evening dropping 2″ of snow.
DACA, Communities, and the Future of Immigration Policy:
An Evening with Jose Antonio Vargas and Joy Reid
• Joy Reid, political analyst and host of “AM Joy,” MSNBC
• Jose Antonio Vargas, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist; founder and CEO, Define American
Moderator: Roberto G. Gonzales, professor of education, HGSE
On September 5, 2017, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the Obama policy that shielded nearly 800,000 young people from deportation. In light of DACA’s termination and new concerns over immigration policy, Professor Roberto G. Gonzales will kick-off a multi-week series on DACA, immigration reform, and community responses to restrictionist policies. The conversation with political analyst and MSNBC host Joy Reid and Jose Antonio Vargas, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, filmmaker, and CEO of Define American, will address the politics and policies of immigration, the termination of DACA, and the meaning of American in this current political moment.
This forum is in conjunction with the DACA Seminar, a multi-week series of events facilitating conversations between academics, activists, and artists on policies and politics of immigration.
Tom Patton baptises Nora (4:05) & Ben (8:52) at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, CA on 04 March 2012 in Sun Valley, CA.
Grace Community Church’s worship music is known for it’s hymns and choral selections. This video was recorded at the 6pm evening service which has a more relaxed atmosphere with traditional and newer hymns, all theologically and Biblically grounded.
What Manner of Man is This?
Jan 27 2019 (Evening Service – Service [email protected]:45)
What Manner of God is This?, As He Reveals Himself in His Word and as We Should Meet Him at Moriah.
Temple Baptist Church
2100 Woodrow Drive
Knoxville TN 37918
Tel. 865 689 4741
Email: [email protected]
Sunday School 10:AM
Sunday Morning 11:AM
Sunday Evening 6:PM
Midweek (Wednesday) 7:PM
“Without contemplation people just don’t really grow because they’re so addicted to their way of thinking. That’s the universal addiction. Your way of thinking is what you’re addicted to…I am, too. And without contemplation I wouldn’t have known how to loosen my grip on my way of thinking.”
A presentation by Richard Rohr at All Saints Church, Pasadena, at 7:00 p.m., Sunday, April 3, 2016.
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Thursday, February 16, 2017
John Carter Brown Library, Brown University
Assistant Professor of History
Afro-American Studies Department
University of Wisconsin-Madison
As part of the Rhode Island Middle Passage Ceremonies and Port Markers Project, Dr. Christy Clark-Pujara discusses her recently published book, Dark Work: The Business of Slavery in Rhode Island (NYU Press, 2016). Dark Work examines how the business of slavery — economic activity that was directly related to the maintenance of slaveholding in the Americas, specifically the buying and selling of people, food, and goods — shaped the experience of slavery, the process of emancipation, and the realities of black freedom in Rhode Island from the colonial period through the American Civil War. This talk was organized by the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice and the John Carter Brown Library, with introductory remarks provided by JCB Director and Librarian Neil Safier and Visiting Assistant Professor Matthew Reilly of the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World and the CSSJ.
The Radcliffe Institute conference “Who Belongs? Global Citizenship and Gender in the 21st Century” opens with a discussion about questions of citizenship and gender as expressed through film.
Three prominent filmmakers and a film critic discuss the portrayed (and real) experiences of women, men, and people of color as they seek the most fundamental rights of citizenship.
Lizabeth Cohen, dean, Radcliffe Institute, and Howard Mumford Jones Professor of American Studies, Department of History, Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences
CITIZENSHIP, GENDER, AND FILM (8:38)
(13:17) Cynthia López, former commissioner, City of New York Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment; former executive vice president and co–executive producer, American Documentary and POV
(28:59) Heather Courtney, documentary filmmaker
(46:27) María Agui Carter, writer/director; assistant professor, Department of Visual and Media Arts, Emerson College
Moderated by Claudia Puig, president, Los Angeles Film Critics Association; former lead film critic, USA Today
PANEL DISCUSSION (1:06:16)
AUDIENCE Q&A (1:29:45)
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Join us every week for our Sunday evening service to praise God with music, talk to him in prayer and listen to his word explained. Tonight Ramzi Adcock will be preaching on ‘How to Suffer Well for Jesus’ from 1 Peter 4: 12-19.
Peter knew first hand what it was like to suffer for Jesus and what it was like to do that badly. In this look at 1 Peter 4, Ramzi Adcock explores how suffering for being a Christian is not only to be expected but how it is possible to rejoice despite the suffering with a godly perspective.
Jesmond Parish Church is a large evangelical Anglican church in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. For more info see
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Fresno State’s Africana Studies Program and the 2015 Black Popular Culture Lecture Series and Online Research Archive present…
“An Evening with Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright”
March 2, 2015
The event was an oral history project and a free event attended by students, staff, faculty, and the Fresno community. This was a not-for-profit event.
Evening walk at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church ~ Cathedral Road ~ Philadelphia
Pastor Ndubuisi Nwade