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In the News (Mon 17 Jun 19)

 Jerry E. Smith - Newsletter
In the Baptist Temple court case, the church learned that a New Testament Church does not legally exist in the US today because there are no longer any First Amendment protections left.
They also say that the IRS is dictating terms to the churches by declaring in clear and no uncertain terms that, "The government doesn't want your Bible, they want your checkbook!" In seminars all over the US, Chitwood and Chitwood of Chattanooga, Tennessee, is repeating this startling announcement to pastors and church leaders.
No fundamentalist preacher worth his salt would be caught dead at the local church federation meeting where he has to rub shoulders with a charismatic or liberal preacher. /news/index.php?itemid=47   (2954 words)

 The Bryan-College Station Eagle-Faith & Values>Local
Once they exit the church, the cables go down a small channel that is built of the same white clapboards as the original church to a newly constructed outbuilding that houses switching and related equipment.
Some members of the congregation had misgivings at first about a commercial use for a church, Keefe said. /faithvalues/123000cellphoneschurchanten.htm   (2954 words)

 Maritime Heritage Trail - English Channel maritime history trail
Reculver was the site of Regulbium, an important Roman fort which controlled the northern entrance to the Wantsum Channel separating the Isle of Thanet from mainland England.
It is said that back in the Middle Ages ships would dip their sails as they sailed passed the Church as a sign of respect.
The twin towers of St. Mary's Church are a well known landmark for sailors and local people alike along this stretch of the North Kent Coast between Herne Bay and Birchington. /EN/loc_history.php?id=16   (2954 words)

 Not a clean sweep, but KNSD wins for early a.m. and 11 p.m. The San Diego Union-Tribune
France's book, subtitled "The Secret Life of the Catholic Church in an Age of Scandal," relies on accounts of victims and others involved to give a portrait of how the scandal was allowed to grow within the church over the course of a half-century.
The premium cable channel has give the green light to an original film called "Our Fathers," based on David France's book of the same title.
When it comes to local TV news, more San Diego County residents prefer to start their day with KNSD/Channel 39, are divided between KGTV/Channel 10 and KFMB/Channel 8 in the early evening, and continue to cling to KUSI/Channel 51 and Channel 39 for late-night reports. /uniontrib/20040310/news_lz1c10tvbrief.html   (757 words)

 Mennonite Media
Mennonite Media, based in Harrisonburg, is a department of Mennonite Mission Network, the mission agency of Mennonite Church USA.
Mennonite Media is currently producing a new documentary for the Hallmark Channel that will air early in 2004.
In 1988, the National Interfaith Cable Coalition was one of the founding partners of the cable television network that eventually became known as the Odyssey Network, and was later bought by the Hallmark Channel. /news/story.asp?ID=211   (220 words)

 North London Line -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
This large station served the popular east London park and was a junction between the North London Line and the now extinct branch running to the Old Ford station (on Old Ford Road) and Bow Church station (now (Click link for more info and facts about Bow Church DLR station) Bow Church DLR station).
This station was on York Road to the north of goods yards serving (Click link for more info and facts about Kings Cross station) Kings Cross station approximately where the tunnel portal for the (Click link for more info and facts about Channel Tunnel Rail Link) Channel Tunnel Rail Link has been constructed.
Only the Richmond and Kew Gardens stations at the western end of the line are south of the (The longest river in England; flows eastward through London to the North Sea) River Thames; the eastern extremity ends further downstream on the northern bank of the Thames at North Woolwich. /encyclopedia/n/no/north_london_line.htm   (1074 words)

 Calendar (January 05, 2000)
The Stanford Channel shows programs of interest to the community on cable channel 51.
Raymond Catholic Church jubilee Mass, Sun., Jan. 9, 10 a.m., marking 50 years in Menlo Park.
Movies at Little House, Mondays and Thursdays, 1 p.m., in the auditorium at 800 Middle Ave., Menlo Park. /morgue/2000/2000_01_05.cal5.html   (805 words)

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The COPE is a conservative channel with ties to the Catholic Church.
The SER is a smoked-salmon socialist channel belonging to the nice man who owns the El País daily newspaper, Santillana text books and Canal Plus TV.
The government hopes that Spain will be the first country to ratify the text in a referendum to be held on 20th February 2005.   (805 words)

Ireland lies in the Atlantic Ocean, west of Great Britain, from which it is separated in the north-east by the North Channel, in the east by the Irish Sea, and in the south-east by St. George's Channel.
Church property is usually held in trust by the parish priest for the parish, the bishop for the diocese, the religious superior for his order, and often associated with other trustees.
Patrick and immediately succeeded him were mostly bishops and founders of churches; those of the sixth century were of the monastic order; those of the seventh century were mostly anchorites who loved solitude, silence, continued prayer, and the most rigid austerities. /cathen/08098b.htm   (18270 words)

 Channel Islands - Holiday in the Channel Islands
The Church is one of the finest in the Channel Islands and the island hall retains the dignity of its former role, as Government House.
SWMLAC is the regional development agency for museums, libraries and archives, covering the counties of Bristol, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire, the Isles of Scilly and the Channel Islands.
Here at you can find information about what's happening in the Channel Islands of Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney and Sark. /destinations/europe/uk/channel-islands/channel-islands.html   (18270 words)

 SOC News
The Catholicose of India H.B. Baselios Thomas I arrived in Munich for a visit to the European parishes of the Syriac Orthodox Church on October 23.
There are 43 parishes in the Syriac Orthodox diocese of Germany, with 28 church buildings and around 60,000 Syriac Orthodox faithful.
H.B. proceeded to visit several other cities in Germany where he was received by Syriac Orthodox faithful from the 52 parishes in the country predominantly from the Near Eastern diaspora. /SOCNews/index.html   (18270 words)

 Faith and Values Series to Feature American Baptist Pastors
American Baptist News Service (Valley Forge, Pa. 6/11/04)--"America at Worship," a weekly television series produced by the Faith and Values Network for the Hallmark Channel, will include among its distinguished preachers two well-known American Baptist pastors, Dr. Joseph L. Roberts and Dr. Gary V. Simpson.
Both Roberts, longtime pastor of historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, and Simpson, pastor of Concord Baptist Church in Brooklyn, are scheduled to be seen regularly on the "Welcome Table" segment that runs between 10:15 and 10:45 a.m.
Faith and Values Series to Feature American Baptist Pastors /news/20040611.htm   (18270 words)

 All About Faith and
Faith Inkubators is dedicated to the health and welfare of all God's children and the whole Christian church, its congregations, families and children.
This site is a free subscription based and member driven online Catholic community, (or Web portal) that provides Catholic content and online Web services to the Church, it's members, and those interested in learning about the Catholic faith.
This show airs from 9 am to noon ET/PT on the Hallmark Channel. /channels/links.asp   (18270 words)

Ireland lies in the Atlantic Ocean, west of Great Britain, from which it is separated in the north-east by the North Channel, in the east by the Irish Sea, and in the south-east by St. George's Channel.
Church property is usually held in trust by the parish priest for the parish, the bishop for the diocese, the religious superior for his order, and often associated with other trustees.
Patrick and immediately succeeded him were mostly bishops and founders of churches; those of the sixth century were of the monastic order; those of the seventh century were mostly anchorites who loved solitude, silence, continued prayer, and the most rigid austerities. /cathen/08098b.htm   (18270 words)

 A Chronology of AM Radio Broadcasting (1900-1960)
The treaty created Canadian and Mexican clear channel frequencies.
Changes in effect 3 a.m.: 600 of 630 stations change; clear, local, regional channels; KGIO (KID) Idaho Falls lic; KGIQ (KTFI, KTLC) Twin Falls lic; WSUN/WFLA 580 to 900; KXO first use of call El Centro CA (lic 1/7/27 as KXO, then to KGEN on 9/8/27, then back to KXO 1/11/28)
1st SINGER TO BROADCAST was Eugenia H. Farrar, whose voice was broadcast by Lee De Forest December 16, 1907, from Brooklyn Navy Yard on the occasion of the departure of Admiral Robley Dunglison Evans ("Fighting Bob Evans") on a cruise with the fleet. /jeff560/chrono1.html   (18270 words)

 La Rocque Methodist Church Home Page
La Rocque Methodist Church is located on the Coast Road in the parish of Grouville in the South-Eastern-most corner of Jersey in the (British) Channel Islands
The Channel Islands District of the Methodist Church
The Methodist Church in Great Britain's official home page   (70 words)

 Parish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Parishes of this type are found in England, Ireland, the Channel Islands, the U.S. state of Louisiana (where it is equivalent to a county), Estonia and a number of island nations in the region of the Caribbean.
A parish is a subdivision of a diocese or bishopric within the Roman Catholic Church, the Anglican Communion, the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Church of Sweden, and of some other churches.
In mediaeval times and earlier, when the church was politically and economically powerful, such a right could have great importance. /wiki/Parish   (70 words)

 DKTV: The Media Channel: Country Kersh
Like many boys raised in the country, sports and hunting were his sources of recreation, and in high school, he set his sights on football.
Though he grew up singing in church, this well-mannered country gentleman didn't plan to be a singer.
Country singer David Kersh is known for wild, energetic live performances. /country.htm   (636 words)

 Is a "Broad Church" sustainable?
Montefiore (1995) says that the Church of England& doctrinal position has been rightly described as a very broad channel of belief, but with buoys marked to show the limits on either side beyond which it is dangerous to travel.
In this broad Church each person can develop faith, and worship the Lord, in ways which reflect that individuality, while he or she remains faithful and obedient to the gospel.
This sharing of the responsibilities given by God to the church on earth seems to have led to a stability which is sustainable. /showcase/showcase2.htm   (636 words)

 Will The Bountiful Triangle Return? (Gotham Gazette. August, 2003)
At this confluence of the Channel, the East River, and the harbor the ecology within the water is almost as complicated as the political ecology on the land.
South of Atlantic Avenue along Buttermilk Channel, the wave of waterfront redevelopment seems to be crashing up against the bulkhead of Brooklyn maritime activity on Piers six to 12.
The Church of Latter Day Saints, for example, has expressed its intent to sell its building on Furman Street, and this prime waterfront property could tie together two currently separated areas of the waterfront (Piers one to five, and Piers six to 12). /article/Waterfront/20030821/18/500   (1493 words)

 Biography - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
By the late Middle Ages, biographies became less church-oriented as biographies of kings, knights and tyrants began to appear.
Biography (from the Greek words bios meaning life, and graphein meaning write) is a genre of literature and other forms of media like film, based on the written accounts of individual lives.
While a biography may focus on a subject of fiction or non-fiction, the term is usually in reference to non-fiction. /wiki/Biography   (801 words)

 Unity Chur ch of Raleigh
Watch the Unity Church of Raleigh service on cable access Channel 22, Sunday evenings at 6pm.
We are a nondenominational Christian Church dedicated to empowering people to create the life of their dreams and manifest all that they desire.
Tickets are $5.00 in advance or $6.00 at the door and can be purchased at the church office.   (610 words)

 Possessed - The Protestant Interpretation of Biblical Prophecy. The Historical Alternative
This ‘imitation’ profession is tenet number one of the Spiritualist Church.
J.B. Phillips tells in his own autobiography, “I was still doing a fair measure of speaking in schools and churches until the late summer of 1961.
characterized ‘a spiritualist’ or ‘channel’ as “a plurality of minds associated with a single organism.” 1 Luke 8:30 and Mark 5:9-15 characterize this as possession by a ‘legion’ of devils. /necromancers/possessed.htm   (1403 words)

 CGChannel Forum - View Thread - Gnomon Workshop: The Techniques of Ryan Church
Thursday Morning, CG Channel will post a review of Ryan Church's training DVDs called The Gnomon Workshop: The Techniques of Ryan Church by Travis Bourbeau (Cerreto).
Ryan Church is well known for the role he played on several high-profile films.
Church is not only an extraordinary artist but he is also a great teacher according to Cerreto. /forum/viewthread?thread=5954   (1403 words)

West Point Island West Point Island is one of the West Falkland, from which it is separated by the Wooly Cut channel.
Pin Point, Georgia Pin Point is a village in 2002 the population was 275.
The lighthouse is located on Jones Point in Ale... /topics/point.html   (6804 words)

 Virtual Fieldwork
Sometime in the 3rd century, a more substantial stone fort was built to defend the Wantsum Channel against the Saxons.
Reculver was still several kilometres from the sea and the Channel was an important routeway for ships around the Isle of Thanet.
The fort fell into disrepair over the next 200 years and it wasn't until the 7th century that a monastery and church were built in the ruins of the fort. /rec.htm   (6804 words) Ghosts, Occult Studies and the Unexplained
The name Reculver itself is derived from Reculbium, the sentry fort built by the Romans to guard the northern entrance to the Wantsum Channel then in existence between Isle of Thanet and mainland Kent.
The first religious building at Reculver was a church and monastery built in the grounds of the Roman fort in about 670AD. /reculver.htm   (6804 words)

 Church goers celebrate Star Wars Channel Register
A long time ago in a church, far, far away, a vicar and his flock sang their final hymn to the theme tune of the Star Wars saga.
It seems that in an increasingly secular Britain, vicars are turning to the Force to keep church attendance figures high, and to attract that crucial youth market.
This is not the first time religion and the Star Wars saga have crossed paths in the UK. /2005/06/27/star_wars_church   (510 words)

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