Views:870|Rating:5.00|View Time:17:57Minutes|Likes:6|Dislikes:0 Pastor David Comer, of Christian Life Fellowship Church in Cape Coral, Florida presented the key note address at Ida Baker’s 2013 Baccalaureate.
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“Christian Life Fellowship exists to lead people to live a Christ-centered life.”
We are dedicated to living lives that honor God simply by loving Him, by loving people and by bringing them into a relationship with Jesus Christ.
We do this by creating environments where people are encouraged and equipped to:
L ive relationally with other believers
I nvest in serving all people
F ocus on growing spiritually
E ngage in relationships with unbelievers
We encourage you to get connected here at CLF and to truly discover what it means to live a Christ-centered life.
The baccalaureate service derives from the medieval European custom of presenting the candidates for the degree of Bachelor (bacca) with laurels (lauri) of sermonic oration. The Baccalaureate ceremony is a service of worship in celebration of and thanksgiving for lives dedicated to learning and wisdom.
The baccalaureate service is believed to have originated at the University of Oxford in 1432 when each bachelor was required to deliver a sermon in Latin as part of his academic requirements. Since the earliest universities in America were founded primarily to educate ministers, the British practice of the baccalaureate service was continued.
Views:11026|Rating:4.88|View Time:14:47Minutes|Likes:119|Dislikes:3 Romaine Calvary Chapter Pastor – Last days final hour News prophecy Update – Jesus People Movement – Jesus people Reunion 1999 –
Assistant Pastor Romaine, as he was better known, was a former drill sergeant from the Marine Corps who had God’s gift of exhortation. He was Pastor Chuck Smith’s assistant pastor at Calvary Chapel. L.E. Romaine quote – “One of the important lessons to learn as an assistant pastor is that the church of God does not need you. You just happened to be selected and placed there by God because you’re a failure. I Corinthians 1:27 tells us, “But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise.” No one serves in ministry because they have “arrived” spiritually. It’s the Holy Spirit’s place to mold and shape you after the walk and person of Jesus Christ, the Lord and Savior. It is your part to be flexible, available, and open to whatever molding the Lord chooses to do.”
L.E. Romaine – Book by Romaine called – Second
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. 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. 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. 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. 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, 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.
Views:29|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:1Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 Yuma Central Church
1681 S 6th Ave, Yuma, Arizona 85364
SATURDAY WORSHIP SERVICES: Bible Study: 9:30am / Worship: 10:45am
Location: Hwy 8 to 16th St exit; turn west toward town about 2 miles. Turn left at 6th Avenue. Go 1 block to church, on left.
Invitation by: Pastor George Boundey / Phone: 480-264-1116
Yuma Central Church, located in Yuma, Arizona, is a good Christian church home to call your own, where you can come any Saturday for prayer, Bible study, worship service, and fellowship for all ages. Please feel welcome to join us!
Views:6269|Rating:4.58|View Time:12:44Minutes|Likes:88|Dislikes:8 High School Junior Shaylin Segura uses scientific evidences of how thoughts and environment shape reality.
Shaylin Segura is a junior at Carson High School. Although only seventeen, she has seen the world from very
diverse points of view as she has been homeschooled, attended two separate church schools and 3 different middle schools before beginning at Carson High School as a freshman. She also comes from a multicultural background with a mother born in the United States from Italian descent and a father who came into the US illegally as a toddler from a Mexican heritage. This submersion with the array of kids and teachers and lifestyles that is her life has given her a unique perspective and a versatile personality. Shaylin is passionate about her business class and is the vice president of the New Entrepreneur network. She is also a national Lincoln Douglas Speech and Debate competitor, a tennis captain, and singles player. She has played the flute and violin from very young and loves tennis, camping, reading and her bustling family.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
Views:3427|Rating:4.55|View Time:13:45Minutes|Likes:10|Dislikes:1 Games, workshops and dance from the 3rd day of the 2012 Tucson West Stake youth pioneer trek. Includes “cow pie toss”, sack race, tug-o-war, stick wrestling, “hair washing”, taffy pulling and the “hoe-down”.