Elko County Sheriff Jim Pitts describes a fatal shooting in which two people died in Spring Creek on Jan. 11, 2018.
Evangelist Jim Walker Family singing “Precious Jesus” at Buckeye Baptist Church in Buckeye, AZ.
Wesley chats about leadership with Jim Kinder at Christ United Methodist Church in
Trinity Missionary Baptist Church Male Chorus, Colorado Springs, CO – “Battlefield”, Sunday, February 24, 2002. Rev. Darryl Cherry – Minister of Music (Hammond B3 and Korg X3), Rev. Jim Dotson – Pastor
Interview with Jim & Casper made by Central Christian Church in Mesa, Arizona and used by Carl Jernigan, senior pastor, during his 9/30/07 sermon.
Jim Rogers is the author of best sellers, Investment Biker, Hot Commodities, Adventure Capitalist and A Bull In China. Jim Rogers was named by John Train as one of the most successful money managers of all time. In 1999 and 2000 Jim and his wife Paige traveled around the world. Their adventure is documented here in The Millennium Adventure.
Salt Lake City is the most populous city and is the capital of Utah. Founded by Mormon settlers in 1847 led by Brigham Young
Salt Lake City is the headquarters for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and has many LDS-related sites open to visitors. The most popular is Temple Square, which includes the Salt Lake Temple and visitors centers that are open to the public, free of charge. Temple Square also includes the historic Tabernacle, home of the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The modern LDS Conference Center is across the street to the north. The Family History Library, the largest genealogical library in the world, is located just west of Temple Square. It is run by the LDS Church and is open to the public and free of charge.
The city is also home of the NBAs Utah Jazz, Utah Blaze and the Utah Grizzlies.
Copyright Jim Rogers – provided as a special contribution to The Fenton Report
CROSSROADS – YUBA CITY. Proudly Presents The Miracle Of Christmas Drive Thru 2009
We rejoice with our 3 Church members who followed their Lord Jesus in Water Baptism by immersion!
Community Renewal says that Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church, winner of the 2010 Salt and Light Award, is one of the most generous churches in Tucson. They are committed to local missions and tremendously invested in this community. Join them at 7650 N Paseo del Norte in Tucson or online at www.standrewspres.com
Pastor Jim Toole… “What I love about St Andrews is the desire to do ministry on many levels. The future of the Church, and the future of St Andrews, is not just to be outwardly focused a church that’s truly listening to the Holy Spirit, to lead us into the community and actually steer us to the needs that are out there and open the doors to powerful ministries.”
In 1971 a prayer group began meeting in the home of Otis Moorman in the West End of Beaumont, Texas. Large numbers of high school students filled the home and the group eventually moved to a coffee house on the Lamar University campus. The Lamar group was sponsored by Calder Baptist Church and supported by the campus Baptist Student Union (BSU).
Music groups played on weekends and many lives were changed through this group of dedicated individuals. Members of Brothers and Sisters In Christ (BASIC) traveled and worked in ministries in Houston, Galveston, Boston, Atlanta, and Israel.
Similar activities were going on throughout the United States. Young people were excited about serving Christ and carried their message to the streets, often while mainstream churches looked on.
This short documentary was narrated and produced by Jimmy Becka, a bass player for one of the BASIC House music groups and a television writer/producer (UT-TV featuring Dr. James “Red” Duke) and broadcaster for KSBJ Radio in Houston.
Thanks to the Moorman and Rogers families for their support for a generation of young people. Also, thanks to Brother Wray from the Lamar BSU. The generations to come will be blessed by their actions.
The People’s Temple Christian Church was a Christian megachurch founded in 1955 by Jim Jones. By the mid-1970s it included over a dozen locations in California including its headquarters in San Francisco. It is best known for the events of November 18, 1978, in Guyana, in which 920 people died at the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project (informally, and now commonly, called “Jonestown”) and nearby airstrip at Port Kaituma, and Georgetown in an organized mass suicide/killing.
The mass suicide and killings at Jonestown resulted in the greatest single loss of American civilian life in a deliberate act prior to the events of September 11, 2001. Casualties at the airstrip included, among others, Congressman Leo Ryan.
Lead Pastor of Journey Church in Cleveland, Ohio hosted the Cleveland ARC Exchange in 2015, and he spoke about growing a strong, passionate, and effective team at your church. Get some practical help, as well as some powerful insight that can help you lead your church through leading your team.