Dr. Michael A. Evans, Sr – Churches Seeking To Expand The Kingdom of God

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Dr. Michael A. Evans, Sr (Pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church of Mansfield, Texas) delivers the close out sermon of the Elm Grove District Association Holiday Revival, “Churches Seeking To Expand The Kingdom of God”. Scripture comes from Acts 2:41-47

ICE releases dozens of families seeking asylum at a Phoenix church

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Late Monday evening ICE released dozens of immigrant families at Shadow Rock United Church of Christ in North Phoenix. Church representatives say close to 100 families are staying at the church.

St. Paul: Seeking a Better Tomorrow (1982)

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Excerpt from Alaska Review 48B. This program is the original version of this story. Another Alaska Review segment titled, “St. Paul: An Uncertain Future” is a later variation. In this segment, Alaska Review examines the sealing industry on St. Paul Island in the Pribilofs, and efforts by the federal government to phase out funding of the seal harvest. Life on the island under Russian and United States rule is discussed, and an island resident talks about having lived as a ward of the federal government and about having been relocated to an internment camp in Southeast Alaska during World War II. Managers explain the seal harvest process, and activists talk about their opposition to the harvest. Those interviewed include: Larry Merculief, president of Tanadgusix Corporation; Gabe Stepetin, resident of St. Paul Island; Joe Scordino of the National Marine Fisheries Service; Leslie Dierhauf, veterinarian and voluntary observer of the seal harvest; Captain Paul Watson of Greenpeace; Pamela Williams (or Wilson?), director of the Seal Rescue Fund; Dr. Charles Fowler of the National Institute of Marine Fisheries; Father Michael Lestenkof, priest on St. Paul Island; and Mike Zacharof, supervisor of the by-products plant on St. Paul Island. Program contains views of a St. Paul celebration at the end of sealing season, historical photos and drawings of Aleut peoples, interior and exterior views of the Russian Orthodox Church on St. Paul Island, seal harvest activities and the treatment and packing of seal skins, and scenes from the Wartime Relocation Commission Hearings in Anchorage. (Sound/Color/U-matic videotape).

Airing from 1976 to 1987, Alaska Review was the first statewide public affairs television program in Alaska. The show was designed to explore public policy issues confronting Alaska, and to assist citizens in making decisions about the future of their land. Produced by Independent Public Television, Inc., (IPTV), the series eventually consisted of 16 one-hour shows, 46 half-hour shows, and one three-hour special broadcast. Funded through the Alaska Humanities Forum and State of Alaska, the series won multiple awards for public service and educational programming. IPTV dissolved in 1988. Videotapes for all finished productions and raw footage were later moved to the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), where they became housed with the Alaska Film Archives, a unit of the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives department in the Rasmuson Library at UAF, shortly after the unit was founded in 1993. The Alaska Film Archives is currently seeking funding to preserve and digitize all of the original full interviews gathered in the making of the Alaska Review series. Copies of finished productions are also held by Alaska State Library Historical Collections in Juneau. For more information, please contact the Alaska Film Archives at University of Alaska Fairbanks.

This sequence contains excerpts from AAF-4985 from the Alaska Review collection held by the Alaska Film Archives, a unit of the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives Department in the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks. The Alaska Film Archives is supported by the Rasmuson Rare Books Endowment. For more information please contact the Alaska Film Archives.

Police seeking 2 suspects in Independence shooting

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Authorities said two people came up to a man and shot him while he was in his car at the Church’s Chicken located 10610 E. 23rd St.


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