Bishop G.F. Austin Pastoral Leadership 40 years Honoring the Past….Transition Celebration Embracing the Future….with Suffragan Bishop George F. Austin, III Sunday, June 19, 2016 4:pm at Faith Ministries 2516 Motley Lane, Tuskegee, Alabama 36083. Special Guests: Bishop Bobby McKenzie of Montgomery, Alabama, Elder Augustus L. Mindingall, II, Bishop Gregory Tucker of New York, Bishop Ronald Young of Pennsylvania, Bishop Larry Hudson of Montgomery, Alabama and Bishop B.G. Shearrill of Montgomery, Alabama. Pastoral Retirement and Pastoral Installation
I Am performed by the Lancaster Baptist Church Choir and Orchestra at Spiritual Leadership Conference 2015.
Nothing Ever Can Nothing Ever Will performed by the Lancaster Baptist Church Choir and Orchestra at Spiritual Leadership Conference 2015.
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The “Happy Preacher” gives hilarious remarks and surprise presentation to Church of God in Christ Supervisor of Women Barbara Mcoo Lewis on 1/17/2018 in Atlanta, GA during the Church of God in Christ Leadership Conference 2018
Irma Muse Dixon was the first African-American elected to the Louisiana Public Service Commission (PSC), representing the Third District (1992-2004). In the early 1980s, Dixon was affiliated with the Total Community Action Agency and its Central City Health Clinic, run by former State Representative Dorothy Mae Taylor, the first African-American woman to serve in the Louisiana House of Representatives. Through this agency and clinic, a generation of rising black politicians such as Dixon were groomed. In 1988, Dixon was elected to represent District 95 in the Louisiana House of Representatives (1988 – 1992), resigning upon her election to the Public Service Commission. Dixon has served in Louisiana state government with the Office of Employment Training and Development and as an undersecretary in the Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism. She has served New Orleans city government as Director of the Department of Recreation and the Director for the New Orleans Department of Property Management. Today she is a security manager for Xyant Technology. Mrs. Dixon is active in the Urban League, the Boys and Girls Club of New Orleans, the YWCA, and New Orleans Second Baptist Church. In 2009 she was chosen to head Beacon of Hope, a New Orleans charitable organization. Dixon earned a B.A. from Southern University in Baton Rouge, a masters degree in social work from Tulane University, and is a fellow of Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Prayer of the Children by Kurt Bestor arr. by Andrea Klouse
A tribute to all victims of mass tragedy in America.
March 24th, 1998 – Westside Middle School – Jonesboro, AR – 5
April 20th, 1999 – Columbine High School – Littleton, CO – 13
April 16th, 2007 – Virginia Tech University – Blacksburg, VA – 32
July 20th, 2012 – Century 16 Theatre – Aurora, CO – 12
December 14th, 2012 – Sandy Hook Elementary School – Newtown, CT – 27
June 17th, 2015 – Emmanuel Episcopal Church – Charleston, SC – 9
June 12th, 2016 – The Pulse Nightclub – Orlando, FL – 49
Mass tragedies in 2015: 13,433
Number of Children: 698
Mass tragedies in 2016 (to date): 6,402
Number of Children: 273
Can you hear the prayer of the children?
On bended knee, in the shadow of an unknown room
Empty eyes with no more tears to cry
Turning heavenward toward the light
Crying Jesus*, help me
To see the morning light-of one more day
But if I should die before I wake,
I pray my soul to take
Can you feel the hearts of the children?
Aching for home, for something of their very own
Reaching hands, with nothing to hold on to,
But hope for a better day a better day
Crying Jesus*, help me
To feel the love again in my own land
But if unknown roads lead away from home,
Give me loving arms, away from harm
Can you hear the voice of the children?
Softly pleading for silence in a shattered world?
Angry guns preach a gospel full of hate,
Blood of the innocent on their hands
Crying Jesus*, help me
To feel the sun again upon my face,
For when darkness clears I know you’re near,
Bringing peace again
The general presidents of the Relief Society, Young Women and Primary organizations of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently participated in a conversation covering a number of topics relating to women in the Church. In the video, Sister Linda K. Burton, Sister Elaine S. Dalton and Sister Rosemary M. Wixom provide insights into their roles in Church leadership, describe the power of the priesthood in people’s lives and provide answers to questions of interest.
General Session # 2, Empower Ministry Leadership Conference of SECC & SCC held in Palm Springs, CA, August 30 -September 1, 2014
Moments of Blessings House of Prayer 7480 24th Street Sacramento, Ca. 95822. Founder and Senior Pastor: Bishop George Archie. For more information contact us at 916-421-5303. Also, Bishop George Archie is president and founder of the International Churches of Prayers Fellowship.
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Dr. Bhoj Raj Bhatta of Onnuri Community Church in Daejeon, South Korea speaking at the Global Nepali-speaking Christian Leadership Summit 2014 at Grace Capital Church, 542 Pembroke Street, Pembroke, NH 03275. Close-up video segments provided by Joshep Mothey of International Nepali Church in Nashville, TN, USA.
Pastor Roy Ice, General Session speaker of Empower Ministry Leadership Summit of SECC & SCC held in Palm Springs, CA August 30 – September 1, 2014
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The mission God has given us is a “get to”, not a “have to.” As a church family, we get to partner with the Holy Spirit to reach Central Kentucky and there isn’t anything that we could give our lives to that is more fulfilling than that. In this message we will look at how Paul and Silas set an example for the church in Philippi by leading with joy and gratitude. (Acts 16/Philippians 1:1-11)