A minister and his family in Lilburn, Georgia, were arrested after allegedly brawling with a police officer in the parking lot of Iglesia Cristiana Evangelica church.
The Rev. Dr. Fulton L. Porter, III, is Rector, The Rev Trilby Murray is Deacon, The Rev. Dickson Barasa is Seminarian, and Dr. Keith Hampton is Music Director and Organist at St Thomas Episcopal Church at 3801 S. Wabash, Chicago, Illinois. Join us for our 8:00 – 9:00 am for Sunday Service without hymns or choir. Join us at 10:30 am for our Sunday Service with hymns and choir. After each service please join us for fellowship and refreshments. Filmed by St. Thomas Video Ministry and edited by Rory Smith, St. Thomas Video Ministry. We invite you to join us for Bible Study:
Mondays: Women’s Bible Study Noon at Hunter Parish House, 3800 S. Michigan.
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The ten years following the attacks of September 11 have profoundly affected global and domestic politics from the impact of the Bush administration-led war on global terrorism and regime change in Iraq to continued attacks by transnational and domestic terrorists. The fallout also ushered in a new era in American and European domestic policy in which established notions of freedom, security, and civil liberties have been challenged and threatened, specifically affecting the American-Muslim community. This program sought to answer such questions as: What lessons can we learn from the past decade as we embark on a new way forward? What impact has post 9/11 had on American perceptions of Islam and Muslims and on Muslim freedoms and civil liberties? How have these affected American Muslim attitudes, hopes and fears? And what can people of other faiths learn about their own practice and traditions in the wake of this tragedy?
Featuring: John L. Esposito (University Professor & Founding Director, ACMCU), David Cole (Professor of Law, Georgetown University), Linda Moreno (Attorney at Law), Arsalan Iftikhar (Founding Managing Editor, The Crescent Post)
with Keynote Speaker: Karen Armstrong
Footage by Joseph Normand Grinnell.
Last Post of Hurricane Michael Hitting Greensboro NC
Lighthouse Baptist Church in Lemon Grove, CA, performs a drama presentation of ‘The Christmas Post’ on Sunday, December 16, 2007.
Quijotoa Pentecostal Church of God, Gu-Achi Trading Post to Shell, Sells, Arizona, 17 May 2018 GP020341
0:16 Mile 86, AZ-86 East, N Tucson-Ajo Highway
3:18 Mile 89
3:59 Broken Windmill
4:22 Mile 90
4:22 Quijotoa Pentecostal Church of God, (520) 361-4255
Covered Wells, Arizona
Maish Vaya, Arizona 85634
6:50 Indian Route 15
6:56 Gu-Achi Trading Post
Gu-Achi Trading Post
966 W Tucson-Ajo Hwy, Sells, AZ 85634
24:37 Airport Rd, Sells, Arizona
24:50 Shell Gas Station, Sells, AZ
A vehicle caught on fire outside of the Post Office and spread to at least one other vehicle before the flames were extinguished by the Dothan Fire Department. No injuries reported.
Darnell Davis with Remnant at Victory Missionary Baptist Church Las Vegas, NV March 2015. It was a Post Stellar Award Concert.
“Nsukka is under serious threat. Schools, churches, homes, shop owners are counting their loses. Deaths have become a recurring decimal,” residents cry out as flood wrecks fresh havoc in the University town. The latest victims included a University graduate and a cyclist, who were both swept and deposited in a far away Alor Uno community. A visit to the University of Nigeria town of Nsukka showed that the residents are now living in anxiety. A single drop of rain comes with fear and tension. In the lips of every resident is the nagging question ‘who could be the next victim?’ Apart from deaths, which have become regular owing to the deadly flood and erosion in the area, DAILY POST reports that schools and churches are now at the mercy of the looming disaster. Worst hit are the Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Nursery and Primary School, the St. John’s Catholic Church, Ihe Owerre, Nsukka, as well as the two schools within the compound, the popular Ugwuoye Square, which has now become a shadow of itself, the University Road. The entire Uwani Ugwu community, off New Site Road, among others are not spared. A state of despair was glaring in the faces of the victims as a team led by the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project, NEWMAP, arrived the areas for an on-the-spot assessment. The NEWMAP team, led by the Enugu State coordinator, Barr. Egechukwu Vincent Obetta Also in the team was Mr. Cosmas Ozioko, the Director, Project Financial Management Unit, Enugu State, who bemoaned the ugly experiences being faced by residents over the ravaging flood. He said “where you are now is the Ugwuoye Square, Nsukka, which used to be the ancient Civic Centre of the whole of Nsukka town. Any fetivity that is going on in Nsukka is always celebrated here. “This also used to be the the rallying ground for every serious political campaign in Nsukka. In fact, there is no governor that has come and gone in Nsukka that did not come here for political rally, but from what we are seeing here, the whole place has been messed up by flood. “As you can see the whole of the buildings here have developed some form of elevation in other to forestall flooding. At the initial stage, properties worth millions of naira were damaged. “So, I commend the NEWMAP and the indeed the Enugu State Government for coming to rescue our people. If there is anything NEWMAP can do to wage this water storm, to channel the flood into the water tunnel built down there, it will help us a great deal,” Ozioko added. We are under siege – Fr. Amukworu The Assistant Parish Priest, St. John’s Catholic Church, Ihe-Owerre Nsukka, Rev. Fr. Vitus Amukworu also takes sad takes of the devastating being faced by the Church over the flood menace. According to the priest, “I’m very scared by the volume of flood we are experiencing here. I have already instructed the teachers that once it rains, the students, both of the government and our own private school, let them not allow the kids to go, until w
South Sudanese church in Omaha Nebraska/ U.S.A with pastar Sunday sylvaster
South Sudaese church in Omaha Nebraska/ U.S.A the music was great all was for glory of God