College “Good Guy” Hangs Really Creepy Open Letter To Women



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A male student at New Mexico State University post an open letter to women in a dorm on campus. He says that women need to choose good guys like him, instead of dating “scum.” Cenk Uygur, Hannah Cranston (ThinkTank), and Francis Maxwell (TYT Sports) hosts of The Young Turks discuss.

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“People are furious about a note from a “nice guy” that a college student says she found posted to a bulletin board in her dorm.

Megan, 22, is a student at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces.

Megan, who didn’t want to give her last name for privacy reasons, told BuzzFeed News she was in her dorm on Jan. 29 when she noticed the note.

The student said she’s not sure where it came from, or who originally wrote the words.

“More than likely it was one of the guys in the dorm, but I’ve never run into anyone who behaved as described in the note,” she said.”

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Progressive Catholics and Presbyterians Worship together-Church in the City of Denver



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Find Catholics and Presbyterians worshiping and serving together as Capitol Heights Faith Communities in Denver, Co. This rare bond of Spirit and love grew out of the Vatican II era in the Seventies. Together the three communities, 10:30 Catholic Commuity, Dignity Denver, and Capitol Heights Presbyterian Church serve their calling to live justly, love genuinely, and walk humbly with the Divine. Intrigued? Don’t come just to be curious. Visit us online www.capitolheightspresbyterian.org, www.1030Catholic.org, or www.dignitydenver.org. Professor John Kane of the 10:30 CC gives the homily. He retired from teaching at Regis University.
Capitol Heights Faith Community
1100 Fillmore St.
Denver, Co. 80206
303-333-9366

St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church sjpmbc.org Christmas Service 2010



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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2010

St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, Reverend Bartholomew Banks, Sr.

President, Progressive Missionary and Educational Baptist State Convention of Florida, Inc.

About Us

In 1925 Tampa, Florida was a lively little city with a population of 50,000 and was a mere 19 miles in diameter. Ybor City, the Spanish district, noted for its cigar industry, was just a rock-throw away. The roads were unpaved. In the middle of College Hill, Reverend Andrew Mack Woodard founded his church in the year 1925 and named it St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church. Pastor Woodard split his time between his two churches ministering to the needs of his flock.

St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church was built on very fertile ground. It was born on the threshold of the Great Depression years and was able to survive the lean impoverished times during that era. St. John branched off from St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church. It started as a store front church on Potter Street and Lake Avenue. The membership was small. The members labored tirelessly building a sound foundation for the church under the leadership of Reverend Woodard.

In 1928 St. John moved from Potter Street into a small wooden church located right where our church sits today. Several years later, Reverend Woodard and his wife, Sister Beatrice, left St. John and continued God’s work as missionaries. Reverend Woodard traveled throughout Florida preaching the Gospel until his death in 1945. God continued to send his trusted shepherds to watch over and guide his St. John flock. These former pastors were Reverends Monroe Lovett, B.J. Townsend, Steve Rogers, W.M. Johnson and Ishmal Anderson.

In May 1949, Reverend Dr. Flagger G. Hilton, his wife, Sister Savannah Hilton and son, Roosevelt, united with St. John in the little old church. Reverend Hilton served St. John the longest (from 1949 to 1991). He was truly a visionary, aggressive, goal-oriented and very wise man. He was a great leader, teacher, organizer and humanitarian. He was very passionate about the Lord’s work and it was exemplified in his sermons, actions and deeds. He believed in progress. Under Pastor Hilton’s leadership the church grew at an exorbitant rate of speed spiritually, financially and numerically. It was like a fire had suddenly ignited overnight. God’s blessings continued. The membership grew from 25 saints to hundreds. Many ministries were established at that time. In 1953 under his dynamic leadership they marched from the little old wooden church into the first concrete edifice.

St. John continued to progress under Pastor Hilton’s leadership. The membership continued to multiply and the church continued to prosper financially. The membership grew above one thousand. In 1984 the current edifice was built and paid off in record time. This new edifice was more spacious and had state-of-the-arts accommodations, including a baptismal pool. God blessed us with more property. By 1991 the membership roll was above 1400. Pastor Hilton ordained and developed a total of 25 ministers and most of them moved on to pastor other churches. In 1991 Pastor Hilton retired and his unyielding efforts garnered him the title of Pastor Emeritus. One year later he was called home to glory on July 10, 1992.

On February 9, 1992 Reverend Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Sr. was installed as Pastor. He is very active in the community and has held several positions in the Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Association during his tenure at St. John. He currently sits on several local boards. In March 2006, Pastor Banks was elected President of The Progressive Missionary and Education Baptist State Convention of Florida, Inc. He is responsible for providing leadership to 300+ churches within the Association. He was also blessed to receive an Honorary Doctorate Degree in 2005. The church family is so proud of his nomination and degree.

St. John has continued to progress spiritually, financially and numerically. Today the membership is over 2,000. Pastor Banks has led and/or ordained 19 ministers. Two are now pasturing their own church. Three have relocated to other states.

Under Pastor Banks’ leadership, St. John continues to excel, prosper and progress. The Lord continues to bless us. We truly give thanks to Him for sending Pastor Banks back to us. Again, God has sent us a shepherd with vision, wisdom, excellent leadership abilities, humility, organization and perseverance, and most of all a spirit filled man led by God. Through his leadership we have accomplished so much during his tenure as Pastor of St. John Progressive M.B. Church.

St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church sjpmbc.org



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St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, Reverend Bartholomew Banks, Sr.

President, Progressive Missionary and Educational Baptist State Convention of Florida, Inc.

About Us

In 1925 Tampa, Florida was a lively little city with a population of 50,000 and was a mere 19 miles in diameter. Ybor City, the Spanish district, noted for its cigar industry, was just a rock-throw away. The roads were unpaved. In the middle of College Hill, Reverend Andrew Mack Woodard founded his church in the year 1925 and named it St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church. Pastor Woodard split his time between his two churches ministering to the needs of his flock.

St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church was built on very fertile ground. It was born on the threshold of the Great Depression years and was able to survive the lean impoverished times during that era. St. John branched off from St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church. It started as a store front church on Potter Street and Lake Avenue. The membership was small. The members labored tirelessly building a sound foundation for the church under the leadership of Reverend Woodard.

In 1928 St. John moved from Potter Street into a small wooden church located right where our church sits today. Several years later, Reverend Woodard and his wife, Sister Beatrice, left St. John and continued God’s work as missionaries. Reverend Woodard traveled throughout Florida preaching the Gospel until his death in 1945. God continued to send his trusted shepherds to watch over and guide his St. John flock. These former pastors were Reverends Monroe Lovett, B.J. Townsend, Steve Rogers, W.M. Johnson and Ishmal Anderson.

In May 1949, Reverend Dr. Flagger G. Hilton, his wife, Sister Savannah Hilton and son, Roosevelt, united with St. John in the little old church. Reverend Hilton served St. John the longest (from 1949 to 1991). He was truly a visionary, aggressive, goal-oriented and very wise man. He was a great leader, teacher, organizer and humanitarian. He was very passionate about the Lord’s work and it was exemplified in his sermons, actions and deeds. He believed in progress. Under Pastor Hilton’s leadership the church grew at an exorbitant rate of speed spiritually, financially and numerically. It was like a fire had suddenly ignited overnight. God’s blessings continued. The membership grew from 25 saints to hundreds. Many ministries were established at that time. In 1953 under his dynamic leadership they marched from the little old wooden church into the first concrete edifice.

St. John continued to progress under Pastor Hilton’s leadership. The membership continued to multiply and the church continued to prosper financially. The membership grew above one thousand. In 1984 the current edifice was built and paid off in record time. This new edifice was more spacious and had state-of-the-arts accommodations, including a baptismal pool. God blessed us with more property. By 1991 the membership roll was above 1400. Pastor Hilton ordained and developed a total of 25 ministers and most of them moved on to pastor other churches. In 1991 Pastor Hilton retired and his unyielding efforts garnered him the title of Pastor Emeritus. One year later he was called home to glory on July 10, 1992.

On February 9, 1992 Reverend Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Sr. was installed as Pastor. He is very active in the community and has held several positions in the Mt. Pilgrim Baptist Association during his tenure at St. John. He currently sits on several local boards. In March 2006, Pastor Banks was elected President of The Progressive Missionary and Education Baptist State Convention of Florida, Inc. He is responsible for providing leadership to 300+ churches within the Association. He was also blessed to receive an Honorary Doctorate Degree in 2005. The church family is so proud of his nomination and degree.

St. John has continued to progress spiritually, financially and numerically. Today the membership is over 2,000. Pastor Banks has led and/or ordained 19 ministers. Two are now pasturing their own church. Three have relocated to other states.

Under Pastor Banks’ leadership, St. John continues to excel, prosper and progress. The Lord continues to bless us. We truly give thanks to Him for sending Pastor Banks back to us. Again, God has sent us a shepherd with vision, wisdom, excellent leadership abilities, humility, organization and perseverance, and most of all a spirit filled man led by God. Through his leadership we have accomplished so much during his tenure as Pastor of St. John Progressive M.B. Church.

Tom Petty: “No One’s Got Christ More Wrong Than The Christians”



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Veteran rocker Tom Petty isn’t pulling any punches with his new song “Playing Dumb.”

In an interview with Billboard magazine, Petty said that he wrote the song about the decades of child sex abuse in the Catholic church and the elaborate lengths that priests and their leaders have gone to cover up the crimes.

“I’m fine with whatever religion you want to have,” Petty said, “but it can’t tell anybody it’s OK to kill people, and it can’t abuse children systematically for God knows how many years.”

Petty went on to say that he doesn’t understand why people continue to donate to the church, which has paid out millions of dollars in legal settlements to the victims of child-molesting priests.

“If I was in a club, and I found out that there had been generations of people abusing children, and then that club was covering that up, I would quit the club. And I wouldn’t give them any more money,” he said.

“Religion seems to me to be at the base of all wars,” said the Florida-born singer and guitarist. “I’ve nothing against defending yourself, but I don’t think, spiritually speaking, that there’s any conception of God that should be telling you to be violent. It seems to me that no one’s got Christ more wrong than the Christians.”

Petty’s career has spanned more than 30 years, spawning multiple gold and platinum records, including the hit singles “Refugee,” “Don’t Come Around Here No More” and “Won’t Back Down.” He has performed as a solo artist, with his band the Heartbreakers and as a member of the supergroup The Traveling Wilburys alongside rock legend Roy Orbison, ELO founder Jeff Lynne and George Harrison of the Beatles.

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Transitions | Week 1: Identity Crisis | One Church (Chandler, AZ)



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One Church is a safe community that aims to reflect the inclusive love of God.
We are a progressive, nondenominational church in Chandler, Arizona.

For more information, visit onechurch.com.

Obama Sings ‘Amazing Grace’ During Pinckney Eulogy | msnbc



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President Obama led the Emanuel A.M.E. Church in singing “Amazing Grace” during his eulogy for Reverend Clementa Pinckney.
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Should We Call The Charleston Shooting Terrorism? | msnbc



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The slaughter of nine people at a church in Charleston, South Carolina is sparking a debate on whether the attack should be labeled as domestic terrorism. Daily Beast Columnist Dean Obeidallah weighs in on NewsNation.
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Should We Call The Charleston Shooting Terrorism? | msnbc

9 Dead In White Supremacist Terrorist Shooting At Black Church In Charleston



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–Nine people are dead after a shooting at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina

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