Join Hill City Church with Pastor Deitrick Haddon



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Deitrick Haddon has answered the call of God to begin a ministry and movement in Los Angeles and all its surrounding cities. #MeetUsAtTheHill for the launch of Thursday Night Live, March 10 at 6pm at the Barnsdall Theatre @the Barnsdall Art Park at the TOP of the Hill, 4800 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027.
Stay connected at www.hillcitylife.com

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JOIN BISHOP DR. JOSEPHAT #GWAJIMA LIVE FROM BIRMINGHAM #28APRIL2018 #ALABAMA



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New York, NY, 8:00 PM Saturday

Dr Josephat Gwajima is the Senior Pastor of one of the Largest Churches in East Africa. He is also the ArchBishop and founder of Ufufuo na Uzima Churches worldwide. God has been using him to raise the dead, heal the sick and performing signs and wonders in Jesus name.

We have prayers any time at our church at Ubungo Maji.

We have services in the following days of the week which are streamed live:
Sunday Main Service from 0930H (+3GMT) at #Ubungo
Sunday Evening Service from 1700H (+3GMT) at #Tegeta and #Ubungo
Monday Evening Service from 1700H (+3GMT) at #Tegeta and #Ubungo
Wednesday Evening Service from 1700H (+3GMT) at #Tegeta and #Ubungo
Friday Evening Service from 1700H (+3GMT) at #Tegeta and #Ubungo

How Do you Become a Freemason? How to Join



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How to Become a Freemason

Hello to all Freemasons and those interested in Freemasonry,

The growth of the Freemasons Facebook page has been excellent and inspiring. Tens of thousands of people from all over the world. Thank you for making it a success.

For those who are interested in exploring Freemasonry for the first time, I thought I’d make this basic post to help answer a few common questions and help leverage time.

To become a Freemason, we have a saying

“To be one, ask one”

That’s, it, you ask a Freemason.

How do you find a Freemason? If you know one, great — otherwise, look up the local Grand Lodge or local lodge (make sure it is not a scam) — they usually have a website, and contact them.

It may take a while — dont be discouraged — also, if the lodge doesn’t get back to you after a month or two, go ahead and contact them again, its easy to slip through the cracks sometimes.

Next steps:

To join you must be male, age 18 or older (21-25 or older in certain jurisdictions) and you must believe in a Supreme Being (God, Allah, etc. — Freemasonry is open to men of Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist and other faiths)

I wanted to take a minute to help some of those who reach out. Every day I get 3-4 chat requests, emails, questions even sometimes calls from non-masons, asking about joining. I publicly list my name, profile and contact info because I love meeting new people from around the world and to connect with Freemasons and others everywhere.

First, a couple things should be noted:

– I happen to be page admin but I am by no means any sort of Masonic leader or “head of the Freemasons” or anything like that at all! There are MANY brethren on the Freemasons page with MUCH more knowledge and experience than me — in fact I’d say most by far, and I’m not being modest.

– I don’t admin the page full time- I have a family and job and other responsibilities- so, while I absolutely love to connect with new people and love to meet new people and definitely welcome FB connections if you want to subscribe to my personal page — please be aware that I have limited time and if I answered everyone’s individual questions it would take several hours per day that I wished I had but do not. Now please don’t take that as me saying I don’t want to hear from you, I do—please friend me, subscribe and let me know if you are a Freemason — I love to speak to and meet people and especially can talk about any areas related to my work (economics/ emerging markets, investments, business, even politics) if you want to invite me for coffee anywhere on earth I’m game — but, if your question is “How do I join?” or “What are the Freemasons?” (which I get several times per day) unfortunately it’s not likely I’ll have time to answer those questions, especially since they are answered so many times elsewhere. The next group of common questions are from those who just joined or are about to and have questions about balloting, the first meetings etc. again, I wish I had time but I’m only one person, there are tens of thousands on the page so I’d encourage you to ask there. [minor side note, if you are going to try to use the page and connection for fraud, don’t waste your time, we’ve got a couple good members with strong security backgrounds]

– The very best people to answer questions about Freemasonry are local people, in your area you can meet face to face, the next best source is on the page by asking the public, this enables many members, most wiser than me, to have input and enables you to hear from a variety of people.

– One reason I publicly disclose my name is because I am happy to build a network and meet people, welcome.

Now, for the most common questions- which related to “how do I join?” and “what is Freemasonry about?” Please take a look at the Facebook page, the web page and ask around on the page as well. As far as how to join, it’s simple. To be one ask one. Find a Freemason and ask him about joining.

If you are in a country that has no Masonic lodges this will be extremely difficult but if you have a local lodge, ask there. (Also, be aware of phonies, and fake “Masonic” organizations- real ones are recognized by certain Grand Lodges, you can ask around if you have questions.

So , this post is a little uncomfortable because it seems to focus on “me” too much and that’s just to help some of those who contact me so often. The Facebook page and web page is a great collaborative effort and it’s a privilege to be a steward of the ideas of so many.

To those interested in Freemasonry, welcome and feel welcome to connect with me personally as well.

To brethren everywhere lets connect and may we meet…..

I now open the post to additional advice, comments and wisdom from other bretheren.

Thanks!

-B

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Some Mandela Effect experiences might be linked to time travel.

How would that work…?

Time Travel – Real Science – Mandela EffectWell, you might have gone forward in time – a day, a year, or another short leap that wouldn’t seem obviously out-of-sync with present time.

Let’s say that’s what happened to those of us who remembered Nelson Mandela dying before 2013.

Maybe, staring at the TV back in 1988 (or whenever), we “slid” forward to 2013 and saw Mandela’s funeral on TV..
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Canna-Conversion: Would You Join the International Church of Cannabis? | MERRY JANE News



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We know you love cannabis, but do you love it enough to search for a higher calling at a cannabis church?

If we just piqued your interest, you’re in luck—The International Church of Cannabis, a church that revolves around all things pot, opened up shop in Denver on April 20th this year. The church is more spiritual than it is straight religious, and aims to be a place where weed-lovers can go to be around other like-minded stoners.

But, according to local reports out of Colorado, the church may not exactly be all that it seems—and the problems stems not from being pot-friendly, but from what the church does with its other green: money. According to the Denverite and Denver Metro Media, the church hired PR company, Bang Holdings, to handle social media engagement for them, to the tune of $10,000 a month. While organizations shelling out major cash to get internet-popular is nothing new, the thing here is that the CEO of Bang Holdings is also one of the founders of Elevation Ministries, the owners of The International Church of Cannabis. It’s worth noting here that the church requests members to make donations. So, the church may be using these donations to pay a company that its founders also own. Yikes.

To find out more, check out the video above.

EDITOR’S NOTE: An earlier version of this piece noted that the church is open to smokers in the afternoons and evenings. However, the church is actually open to the public Thursday through Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m., when visitors can’t consume cannabis, but can enjoy the art and photography the space has to offer. Currently, private, invitation-only events where congregants can consume cannabis are on Fridays. (They plan to expand cannabis consumption-friendly programming, and will send updates to those who register at elevationists.org.)

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Mormon Temple Los Angeles – Target of Gay anger & Mob – LGBT Protest – Join the Impact LA



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While making this video I was very taken back by the protesters and there veracity and anger. This is certainly a difficult issue for so many but it’s important to remember that the LDS church has many very good members who are gay. Though they chose not to live the lifestyle, they still live with the attraction. So what’s the problem when we all have something to deal with. We felt it was important to define the term marriage but unfortunately it morphed into something else. Like the label war calling us Haters, bigots, anti-gay, etc. It’s actually the opposite and we need to help get that message out.

Kevin Hamilton wrote,

We did nothing wrong. In fact, we did everything that a civic minded American can and should do. I have put together a few facts that help me to appreciate our position better. For example:

1. Mormons make up less than 2% of the population of California . There are approximately 800,000 LDS out of a total population of approximately 34 million.

2. Mormon voters were less than 5% of the yes vote. If one estimates that 250,000 LDS are registered voters (the rest being children), then LDS voters made up 4.6% of the Yes vote and 2.4% of the total Proposition 8 vote.

3. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) donated no money to the Yes on 8 campaign. Individual members of the Church were encouraged to support the Yes on 8 efforts and, exercising their constitutional right to free speech, donated whatever they felt like donating.

4. The No on 8 campaign raised more money than the Yes on 8 campaign. Unofficial estimates put No on 8 at $38 million and Yes on 8 at $32 million, making it the most expensive non-presidential election in the country.

5. Advertising messages for the Yes on 8 campaign are based on case law and real-life situations. The No on 8 supporters have insisted that the Yes on 8 messaging is based on lies. Every Yes on 8 claim is supported.

6. The majority of our friends and neighbors voted Yes on 8. Los Angeles County voted in favor of Yes on 8. Ventura County voted in favor of Yes on 8.

7. African Americans overwhelmingly supported Yes on 8. Exit polls show that 70% of Black voters chose Yes on 8. This was interesting because the majority of these voters voted for President-elect Obama. No on 8 supporters had assumed that Obama voters would vote No on 8.

8. The majority of Latino voters voted Yes on 8. Exit polls show that the majority of Latinos supported Yes on 8 and cited religious beliefs (assumed to be primarily Catholic).

9. The Yes on 8 coalition was a broad spectrum of religious organizations. Catholics, Evangelicals, Protestants, Orthodox Jews, Muslims all supported Yes on 8. It is estimated that there are 10 million Catholics and 10 million Protestants in California . Mormons were a tiny fraction of the population represented by Yes on 8 coalition members.

10. Not all Mormons voted in favor of Proposition 8. Our faith accords that each person be allowed to choose for him or her self. Church leaders have asked members to treat other members with “civility, respect and love,” despite their differing views.

11. The Church did not violate the principal of separation of church and state. This principle is derived from the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, which reads, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof . . .” The phrase “separation of church and state”, which does not appear in the Constitution itself, is generally traced to an 1802 letter by Thomas Jefferson, although it has since been quoted in several opinions handed down by the United States Supreme Court in recent years. The LDS Church is under no obligation to refrain from participating in the political process, to the extent permitted by law. U.S. election law is very clear that Churches may not endorse candidates, but may support issues. The Church as always been very careful on this matter and occasionally (not often) chooses to support causes that it feels to be of a moral nature.

12. Supporters of Proposition 8 did exactly what the Constitution provides for all citizens: they exercised their First Amendment rights to speak out on an issue that concerned them, make contributions to a cause that they support, and then vote in the regular electoral process. For the most part, this seems to have been done in an open, fair, and civil way. Opponents of 8 have accused supporters of being bigots, liars, and worse. The fact is, we simply did what Americans do we spoke up, we campaigned, and we voted.

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Mormon Temple Los Angeles – Target of Gay anger & Mob – LGBT Protest – Join the Impact LA



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While making this video I was very taken back by the protesters and there veracity and anger. This is certainly a difficult issue for so many but it’s important to remember that the LDS church has many very good members who are gay. Though they chose not to live the lifestyle, they still live with the attraction. So what’s the problem when we all have something to deal with. We felt it was important to define the term marriage but unfortunately it morphed into something else. Like the label war calling us Haters, bigots, anti-gay, etc. It’s actually the opposite and we need to help get that message out.

Kevin Hamilton wrote,

We did nothing wrong. In fact, we did everything that a civic minded American can and should do. I have put together a few facts that help me to appreciate our position better. For example:

1. Mormons make up less than 2% of the population of California . There are approximately 800,000 LDS out of a total population of approximately 34 million.

2. Mormon voters were less than 5% of the yes vote. If one estimates that 250,000 LDS are registered voters (the rest being children), then LDS voters made up 4.6% of the Yes vote and 2.4% of the total Proposition 8 vote.

3. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) donated no money to the Yes on 8 campaign. Individual members of the Church were encouraged to support the Yes on 8 efforts and, exercising their constitutional right to free speech, donated whatever they felt like donating.

4. The No on 8 campaign raised more money than the Yes on 8 campaign. Unofficial estimates put No on 8 at $38 million and Yes on 8 at $32 million, making it the most expensive non-presidential election in the country.

5. Advertising messages for the Yes on 8 campaign are based on case law and real-life situations. The No on 8 supporters have insisted that the Yes on 8 messaging is based on lies. Every Yes on 8 claim is supported.

6. The majority of our friends and neighbors voted Yes on 8. Los Angeles County voted in favor of Yes on 8. Ventura County voted in favor of Yes on 8.

7. African Americans overwhelmingly supported Yes on 8. Exit polls show that 70% of Black voters chose Yes on 8. This was interesting because the majority of these voters voted for President-elect Obama. No on 8 supporters had assumed that Obama voters would vote No on 8.

8. The majority of Latino voters voted Yes on 8. Exit polls show that the majority of Latinos supported Yes on 8 and cited religious beliefs (assumed to be primarily Catholic).

9. The Yes on 8 coalition was a broad spectrum of religious organizations. Catholics, Evangelicals, Protestants, Orthodox Jews, Muslims all supported Yes on 8. It is estimated that there are 10 million Catholics and 10 million Protestants in California . Mormons were a tiny fraction of the population represented by Yes on 8 coalition members.

10. Not all Mormons voted in favor of Proposition 8. Our faith accords that each person be allowed to choose for him or her self. Church leaders have asked members to treat other members with “civility, respect and love,” despite their differing views.

11. The Church did not violate the principal of separation of church and state. This principle is derived from the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, which reads, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof . . .” The phrase “separation of church and state”, which does not appear in the Constitution itself, is generally traced to an 1802 letter by Thomas Jefferson, although it has since been quoted in several opinions handed down by the United States Supreme Court in recent years. The LDS Church is under no obligation to refrain from participating in the political process, to the extent permitted by law. U.S. election law is very clear that Churches may not endorse candidates, but may support issues. The Church as always been very careful on this matter and occasionally (not often) chooses to support causes that it feels to be of a moral nature.

12. Supporters of Proposition 8 did exactly what the Constitution provides for all citizens: they exercised their First Amendment rights to speak out on an issue that concerned them, make contributions to a cause that they support, and then vote in the regular electoral process. For the most part, this seems to have been done in an open, fair, and civil way. Opponents of 8 have accused supporters of being bigots, liars, and worse. The fact is, we simply did what Americans do we spoke up, we campaigned, and we voted.

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Raleigh Boychoir – Join the Song – Ken Berg



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The Raleigh Boychoir – www.raleighboychoir.org
Jeremy Tucker, Director of Performing Choir & Young Men’s Ensemble
Vicky Oehling, Director of Training Choir
Danny Yancey, Director of Resident Choir
Megan Yohman, Assistant Director of Performing Choir, Accompanist

joined by The Oak Grove Elementary Chorus
Kenya Snider, Director

Spring Concert
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, Raleigh, NC
June 4, 2017

Video by Mark Manring – www.manring.net
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Three dozen Springfield officers join hundreds more at Sgt. Michael Chesna’s funeral



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Three dozen members of the Springfield Police Department joined hundreds more at the funeral of Weymouth Sgt. Michael Chesna.

Video courtesy SPD Public Information Officer Ryan Walsh.

Nitzer Ebb- Join in the chant live in salt lake city 11-24-09



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Nitzer Ebb- Join in the chant live in salt lake city,Utah @urban lounge 11-24-09 INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX world tour 2009 Douglas mccarthy, Bon Harris THIS IS BY FAR MY FAVORITE MIX OF JOIN IN THE CHANT EVER….just like the record (phil harding mix 1987 mute records) recorded @ greenhouse studios london 12mute64 “church! church! church! gold! gold! gold! guns! guns! guns! fire! fire! fire!