Views:174|Rating:5.00|View Time:5:53Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 New Bethel Church Choir (Kansas City, KS) ministering “Put a Praise On It” by Tasha Cobbs. 2016 #PAWinc Summer Convention in Kansas City, MO. Sunday Evening Service 7/31/16.
The International Christian Education Association #ICEA #SundaySchool #ChristianEducation (
Dr. Barbara Payne, President
Pentecostal Assemblies of the World Inc. #PAWinc (
Bishop Charles H. Ellis III, Presiding Bishop
Bishop Richard E. Young, 1st Assistant Presiding Bishop
Bishop Theodore Brooks, 2nd Assistant Presiding Bishop
Views:123|Rating:5.00|View Time:5:26Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Preparing the Church at Kansas City for the return of our King, Jesus Christ!
The Scriptures prophecy that in the end-times, the Church will awaken– God’s people will hear the prophetic call to come out of Babylon, the dry bones will come together and come to life, and the Church will bear witness as one Body to the resurrection and reign of our Lord Jesus Christ.
If you want to obey the call to leave Babylon and its adulteries, is the place that God has provided for you in these end-times to be cleansed by God’s Word.
Join us, as we prepare for the return of our soon coming King, and as God transforms His people into a Church without spot or wrinkle!
Views:32518|Rating:4.89|View Time:9:24Minutes|Likes:231|Dislikes:5 Chairlady Joyce Rodgers Giving The Saints Life After Preaching A Powerful Word Wednesday Morning In The 2014 COGIC AIM Convention In Kansas City, MO
Views:340|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:10Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:0 Its been more than 2 months since Kansas City International Church has started and we are growing. God is doing amazing things in our midst. Here is a glimpse of what’s going on in the life of our church. You are most welcome to attend our services every Sunday at 10:30AM. Please find the address below:
Kansas City Internatiional Church
1700 SW Market St
Lee’s Summit, Missouri 64082.
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Views:4026|Rating:1.56|View Time:31:11Minutes|Likes:29|Dislikes:64 Hillary Clinton stressed her connections to the historically black churches today on the campaign trail, taking a veiled shot at her Republican rival, Donald Trump, who made his first trip to a black church on the campaign trail this past weekend and has been making a pitch for the African-American vote. “I am sure some of you are sick and tired of politicians who just show up at election time… you and your congregations deserve more,” Clinton said at the National Baptist Convention in Kansas City, Mo. this evening. “I happen to be a born and raised Methodist but I’ve been married to a Southern Baptist for more than 40 years,” she said. “Across this great country, you’ve welcomed me into your congregations with open arms and open hearts,” she said.
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Clinton took direct aim at Trump, criticizing his support of the “birther” conspiracy theories that question President Obama’s status as a natural-born American.
“If he doesn’t respect all Americans, how can he serve all Americans?” she said of Trump.
“You know better than anyone that people who look at the African American community and see only poverty, crime, and despair are missing so much,” she said in an earlier veiled reference.
Trump has struggled to gain support among black voters, and his numbers dropped among the group following the July conventions, according to the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll which was released Aug. 7.
Before the conventions, Clinton received support from 89 percent of registered black voters who were polled about a two-way race; Trump got only 4 percent.
After the conventions, that gap widened, with Clinton receiving 92 percent of black support and Trump receiving only 2 percent.
Dr. Jerry Young, the president of the National Baptist Convention, also took a veiled dig at Trump, during his introduction.
“What is encouraging to me is her being here is not breaking news. And I am absolutely totally thankfully for that matter,” he said
Views:8154|Rating:0.00|View Time:4:17Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: Like a rushing mighty wind, Gods life changes, heals, and restores at World Revival Church of Kansas City.Come and receive LIFE to take back to your city!
Daystar Television Network continues to air Friday night revival services from World Revival Church of Kansas City at 7:30 PM CST. Service Times: Thursdays 7 PM corporate prayer; revival services Fridays 6:30 PM, Saturdays 7 PM, and Sundays 10 AM.
Views:690|Rating:3.33|View Time:11:54Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:1 This is my 95 year old grandmother’s wedding day in 1940. Cameras were not allowed in the church and the wedding was held on a weekday, as the custom of having weddings on Saturday in the U.S. had not started yet. She was 20 years old at the time. Her and the flower girl are the only people from the wedding portion of the video that are still alive. This video is original and has not been retouched or colorized. Also on this video are her 1 year anniversary and a trip to the Lake of the Ozarks in 1950 with her two children (my dad and uncle), my grandfather, who passed in 1976, and my great grandmother, who passed in 1983. The footage was filmed in the Northeast section of Kansas City, Missouri, and at Loose Park.