National Hispanic Heritage Month Cape Coral Florida/2016

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Celebration in The Catholic Scholl St Andrew Cape Coral Florida…Organized by Mrs.Williams Spanish Teacher…Tipical Hispanic Dances, Gastronomy and Culture of The Hispanic World…Dancers: Maritza Smith, Viridiana García, Marta Torres, Ana María Arcila and Naomy Roberts…Amazing…

Dr. Abraham Terian : “The Armenian Heritage in Jerusalem” 2/05/12

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Beginning with the earliest documentary, epigraphic, and archaeological evidence for the Armenian presence in the Holy Land, Dr. Terian’s lecture will survey thehistory of the Armenian community in Jerusalem. He will review Jerusalem’s liturgical, monastic, and theological contributions to the fledgling church in Armenia, as part of the rich heritage of this community that thrived through the centuries as the earliest of the Armenian diasporas. The lecture will conclude with a description of the present situation and a reflection on what the future holds for the community and the historic Patriarchate.

Dr. Abraham Terian, who grew up in Jerusalem and whose earlier Graduate education was in archeology and history of antiquity, is Professor Emeritus of Armenian Theology and Patristics at St. Nersess Armenian Seminary, New Rochelle, New York. Prior to teaching at St. Nersess, he was Professor of Intertestamental and Early Christian Literatures at Andrews University for twenty years, and for four years a recurring Visiting Professor for Armenian and Hellenistic Studies at the University of Chicago. He is an internationally renowned expert in the fields of Hellenistic, early Christian and Armenian theological literature, fields in which he has published extensively. In 2005 he became the first recipient of the Fulbright Distinguished Chair in the Humanities award by the Fulbright Foundation, the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES) of the US Department of State, and the US–Israel Educational Foundation (US–IEF).

In 2008 he was elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia. He now lives in Fresno, California, with his wife Sara.

RoadTrip Alaska: Russian Heritage and Farmer’s Market in Palmer

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S2 E 112 All the traveling and sight seeing in Alaska is getting to me.. I’m exhausted and ready for a vacation as I leave Homer and the Kenai Peninsula. But first I visit an historic Russian Orthodox Church and town!

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Visiting Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Museum in Anchorage, Alaska, United States

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History of Heritage Baptist Church (Thrifthaven) of Memphis, TN.

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Video was developed in 2007, with a slight update in 2008. The video shares the history from the time the church was founded in 1954 as Thrifthaven Baptist Church until 2008. Heritage is located in Cordova, TN, a suburb of Memphis, TN.

The Last Frontier – Anchorage Museums & Russian Orthodox Cathedral

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We arrived at Anchorage, AK on 2/15. On the 3rd day we went to Alaska State Troopers (FOAST) Law Enforcement Museum, St. Innocent Orthodox Cathedral, Alaska Heritage Museum, and Simon & Seafort’s : Saloon & Grill.

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History of The AOH Church of God Inc “1916” Our Rich AOHCOG Heritage…

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The Late Right Reverend William Thomas Phillip (1893-1973) one of the greatest religious leaders of this Christian era was thoroughly convinced in 1912 that holiness was a system through which God wanted him to serve. He was called to the ministry in 1913. Though his initial literary training was limited, he committed himself to the inevitable. He dedicated his life to God without reservation to perform the task for which he felt he had been chosen and went on to become one of the greatest religious literary and church leaders of his day.

The spirit led him to go to Mobile, Alabama where he began evangelical work on March 16, 1916 he organized the Ethiopian Overcoming Holy Church of God (an all-black organization).

The Church was locally incorporated on July 14, 1920. Realizing that Gods message was to all people, the name of the church was later changed on April 1, 1941 the church was incorporated in the State of Alabama as the Apostolic Overcoming Holy Church of God.

The church spread to many parts of the United States and into foreign territories. Bishop Phillips led the church successfully for 57 years. He passed away on November 30, 1973 and Bishop Jasper Roby served as the National Presider until May 2000. In June 2000, Bishop George W. Ayers Ph.D. was voted by the Executive Board as the National/International Presiding Prelate. His position was reaffirmed in June 2002 and he presently serves.

The Church has purchased property, which shall be used to expand the physical plant of the Body in facilities for relief, education and recreation. The church presently has missionaries serving Western, Southwest and Southeast Africa.

The Church publishes youth literature and a quarterly magazine, THE PEOPLES MOUTHPIECE. It also publishes the Manual of the Apostolic Overcoming Holy Church of God and a Members Orientation Guide.

The local churches are united under districts which are governed by overseers and district or diocesan bishops selected and approved by the National Presiding Prelate and/or Board of Bishops.

The Annual Pentecost Meeting convenes annually (June 1-10) and consists of bishops, overseers, pastors. missionaries, mothers, convention leaders, evangelists and laypersons, delegates and visitors.

The Apostolic Overcoming Holy Church of God is set up on the foundation laid by Jesus Christ and the Apostles.

We believe that the work that Christ began must be continued to bring mankind to complete reconciliation with God.

The church must seek out and provide the message of love to the lost. It is the responsibility of the church to disseminate the apostolic spirit and life to as many as possible. We have been charged to teach and preach the gospel of the Kingdom of God to all people. Ministers, missionaries and laypersons have, therefore, dedicated their lives to objectives that will accomplish this goal.

Our Rich AOHCOG Heritage


By: Minister Robert E. Bonner