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Nov. 11: Fox 54 obtained video of a Richmond County deputy wrestling with a young woman in the parking lot of a Denny’s restaurant off Washington Road Friday night. Ruth Jean, 24, was in Augusta for a church conference. She said the deputy struck her multiple times with his baton.
“It hurt so bad; really bad,” Jean said. “He shoved me on the ground and pulled my hair. As he was pulling my hair I was screaming, ‘You’re pulling my hair! You’re pulling my hair!’ but he wouldn’t stop until the other cops came and really backed him off, because I soiled myself.”
This video was recorded by Michael Mathurin, one of the members visiting for the conference. After a late-night service, Jean and several members of the conference went to the restaurant just before midnight. After eating, her pastor was confronted by Deputy William Geisen.
“He asked me, screaming at me, ‘What did you say!'” said Pastor Brandon Young, one of the church members. “I was just kind of stunned and paused, and I said, ‘I was talking to my pastor and church members,’ and he said it again very aggressively, ‘What did you say!’ and I said, ‘I was talking to my pastor and church members,’ and then he just grabbed my arm, pulled me about 10 feet, threw me on the back of his police car.”
That’s when Jean and other members of the church came outside. Pastor Young, Jean, and her 16-year-old brother, Wisely were all arrested. Jean says the deputy who repeatedly hit her was also the one who issued the three citations.
“I’m still in shock,” said Wisely Jean, Ruth Jean’s 16-year-old brother. “I keep thinking this is a dream. I still can’t believe this happened to my sister.”
Jean, her brother and Pastor Young were released on bond Saturday afternoon. Jean and her brother are being charged with obstruction of justice; Pastor Young with disorderly conduct.
Fox54 spoke with the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office. They said now that Fox54 has brought the incident to their attention, this matter will be investigated and all parties will be held accountable.
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Calvary Chapel came out of the The Jesus movement was a movement in Christianity beginning on the West Coast of the United States in the late 1960s and early 1970s and spreading primarily through North America and Europe, before dying out by the early 1980s. It was the major Christian element within the hippie counterculture, or, conversely, the major hippie element within some strands of Protestantism. Members of the movement were called Jesus people, or Jesus freaks. The Jesus movement left a legacy of various denominations and other Christian organizations, and had an impact on both the development of the contemporary Christian right and the Christian left. Jesus music, which grew out of the movement, greatly influenced contemporary Christian music, The terms Jesus movement and Jesus people were coined by Duane Pederson in his writings for the Hollywood Free Paper Jesus freak movement.
Some people became disenchanted with the status quo and became hippies. Later, some of these people became disenchanted with the hippie lifestyle and became Jesus people. The Jesus movement was restorationist in theology, seeking to return to the original life of the early Christians. As a result, Jesus people often viewed churches, especially those in the United States, as apostate, and took a decidedly counter cultural political stance in general. The theology of the Jesus movement also called for a return to simple living and asceticism in some cases. The Jesus people had a strong belief in miracles, signs and wonders, faith, healing, prayer, The Bible, and powerful works of the Holy Spirit. For example, a miracle-filled revival at Asbury College in 1970 grabbed the attention of the mainstream news media and became known nation-wide. The movement tended towards strong evangelism and millennialism. A read book by those within the movement was Hal Lindsey’s The Late Great Planet Earth. Perhaps the most illustrative aspect of the Jesus movement was its communal aspect. Many Jesus People lived in communes such as the Calvary Chapel movement. Secular and Christian media exposure in 1971 and 1972 caused the Jesus movement to explode across the United States, attracting evangelical youth eager to identify with the movement. Perhaps the height of the Jesus movement was in the week-long gathering in Dallas, Texas known as Explo ’72. This gathering attracted 80,000 young people and brought the hippies of the Jesus movement together with young people from traditional Christian families and churches. The event was organized by the very traditional Campus Crusade for Christ and involved such a traditional leader Billy Graham. Many of the young Jesus People attending Explo ’72 discovered for the first time these and other traditional avenues of Christian worship and experience.
Although the Jesus movement lasted no more than a decade (except for the Jesus People USA which continues to exist in Chicago), its influence on Christian culture can still be seen. Thousands of converts moved into leadership positions in churches and parachurch organisations. The informality of the Jesus movement’s music and worship affected almost all evangelical churches. Some of the fastest growing US denominations of the late 20th century, such as Calvary Chapel trace their roots directly back to the Jesus movement, as do parachurch organisations like Jews for Jesus and the multi-million dollar contemporary Christian music industry. Perhaps the most significant and lasting influence, however, was the growth of an emerging strand within evangelical Christianity that appealed to the contemporary youth culture. Jesus music, also known as gospel beat music in the UK, primarily began when some hippie and street musicians of the late 1960s and early 1970s converted to Christianity. They continued to play the same style of music they had played previously but began to write lyrics with a Christian message. Many music groups developed out of this, and some became leaders within the Jesus movement, most notably Love Song, Second Chapter of Acts, All Saved Freak Band, Servant, Petra, Resurrection Band, Phil Keaggy, Randy Stonehill, Andraé Crouch (and the Disciples), Keith Green, and Larry Norman. The Joyful Noise Band traveled with a Christian community throughout the U.S. and Europe, performing in festivals held underneath giant tents. In the UK, Malcolm and Alwyn were the most notable agents of the gospel beat. According to The Jesus People: Old-Time Religion in the Age of Aquarius by Enroth, Ericson, and Peters, Chuck Smith of Calvary Chapel in Costa Mesa, California founded the first Christian rock labels when he launched the Maranatha! Music label in 1971 as an outlet for the Jesus music bands performing at Calvary worship services.
Calvary Baptist Schools (CBS) is a private Christian school located in the city of La Verne, California and operated as a ministry of Calvary Baptist Church, which was founded in 1953. The church is a member of the Baptist Missionary Association (BMA). The focus of our school and church ministry is mission work, both in our local community and throughout the world.
CBS offers a warm, intimate campus with a tight-knit community where children blossom to their fullest potential. Among a society where isolation threatens potential growth and maturation, our personal touch has been a welcome relief to many families. Fifty years of experience has refined our focus and our priorities. We are dedicated to training young people who are willing to give their best to the service of the Lord in any of the various walks of life to which He may call them. There are many fantastic schools in our surrounding area; we thank you for considering Calvary Baptist Schools. May God lead you to the perfect fit for your student.
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To inspire… a learner-centered environment focused on the integration of our Christian faith with real-world connectivity and meaning of content understanding through an engaging, interdisciplinary, project-based curriculum. To empower… a relationship-based environment of learners who are collaborative, respectful, self-managed, culturally inclusive and activated in their emotional intelligences. To innovate… as we grow in knowledge and ability through the implementation of 21st Century skills within a fully Collaborative Learning environment.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints marks the past six months with a surge in temple dedications and new temple announcements made by President Monson during General Conference last October.
Nestled along the foothills of the Wasatch Front, about 30 miles south of Salt Lake City, the Draper, Utah Temple was dedicated in March of this year.
After a winter of significant snowfall in the Mountain West, the weekend emerged bright and sunny for three days of dedicatory services, which began with the cornerstone ceremony on Friday, March 20th.
Church members, invited guests, and members of the media arrived early in the morning to witness the event.
Just before the first dedication session, President Monson led the ceremony outside the temple, and, in a gesture that has become part of the tradition of this event, he invited some of the children to take part.
Construction began on the Draper Utah Temple in the summer of 2006. It is the 129th operating temple of the Church.
From Utah, we head south to Mexico City, where the Temple that has stood for the past 25 years has undergone a major renovation.
Restorative work on the Mexico City Temple began in March of 2007 and drew to a close 19 months later in the fall of 2008.
In mid November, Latter-day Saints in Mexico City staged a colorful cultural event inside Aztec Stadiumthe site of the recently held World Cup Soccer Championships.
Eight thousand Latter-day Saint youth danced and helped tell the story of their national and religious history in Mexico before an audience of nearly 90-thousand people.
President Thomas S. Monson and First Counselor in the First Presidency Henry B. Eyring attended the huge cultural event. During his remarks, President Monson encouraged all those who participated, to write in their journals and never forget such an experience.
The following day, The Mexico City Temple was formally re-dedicated on November 16th, with President Monson officiating.
There are more than a million Latter-day Saints living in Mexico, and the Mexico City Temple will serve about one-fourth of these members, in areas like Baja California Sur, Guerrero, Morelos and more.
Moving from Mexico City to the mid-western United States, a temple will be constructed in Missouri in the northeast section of Kansas City.
Its location is just west of the Liberty Jail Historic Site where the Prophet Joseph Smith was held during one of the most trying periods for the early Church in the 1830s.
To the northeast, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Church will build a temple in the heart of the city. Much of early American history and government began in Philadelphia and currently, its the largest U.S. city without a temple.
To the northwest in Canada, a temple is planned for the city of Calgary in the province of Alberta. The Calgary temple will become the 8th in Canada and the second in Alberta.
Across the Atlantic and to the European continent, the Church will build a Temple in Rome, Italy. Located in the northeast section of Rome, it will be the first in the Mediterranean region, and the 12th Temple in Europe. The Rome Italy Temple will also serve members living in neighboring countries.
To the western hemisphere and south to Argentina, the country will have its second temple constructed in Cordoba. Since 1986, many Latter-day Saints have been traveling up to 400 miles to attend the temple in Buenos Aires.
Further north to Peru, a second temple for the country will be built in the city of Trujillo. This will mark 17 temples in South America that are operating, under construction, or in the planning phases.
Finally to the American south west, and to The Gila Valley in Arizonanearly 10 months after President Monsons announcement, the groundbreaking for the Gila Valley Temple in eastern Arizona took place on the morning of Febuary14th. Thousands gathered at the site or attended the live broadcast of the event presided over by Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Presidency of the Seventy.
The 15,000 square foot temple will serve 32,000 members in 7 stakes and will be the 3rd completed in Arizona, followed by 2 additional temples that have been announced in Gilbert and Phoenix.
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Pastor Anderson is on trial next week for 2 misdemeanors: failure to obey an officer’s order and obstructing a public highway. There will be a hearing on the constitutionality of the border patrol checkpoint on Wednesday, Dec 16, and there will be a 2 day jury trial on Thursday and Friday, Dec 17 and 18. The trial is open to the public and is being held in Yuma, AZ.
The prosecutor is trying to enter Pastor Anderson’s sermons as evidence against him (?!). Sermons like “Gender Identity,” preached only a few weeks ago and having nothing to do with this incident. Also his YouTube video entitled “911 was an Inside Job” along with many others.
Isn’t this a free country? Do my Biblical and political opinions make me a criminal? What is happening to America?
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