Video Streaming Turn In Your Bulletin

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A nineteen year-old college student named Ryan stands both behind and in front of the camera in a creative venture known as a video bulletin. Ryan wanted to use his creativity to do something unique for his church. The result often finds him in a cape or displaying a variety of opportunities within his church […]


Musical Instruments Then And Now

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There are many musical instruments that are played in many different ways: church choirs, bands, schools, and many more. The piano is one of the instruments that you can find in churches, and even in an auditorium. Drums are another popular instrument, and are often played in bands and at concerts. Steel guitars are played […]


Vertical Platform Lifts In Church

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Vertical Platform Lifts are like small scale elevators that connect areas of different elevation so that they are accessible to people in wheelchairs or those who are mobility challenged. One of the most common places to find these life saving devices is at church. Many churches are in buildings that have been around for many […]


America You Ve Had It Made Too Long

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There is little doubt that America is riding the wave. She is at the peak of her power and at the top of her game. Trying to get her attention would be a lot like trying to stop a train with a handkerchief. Every similarity to previous world powers notwithstanding our collective national behavior is […]


Is Speaking In Tongues A Gift From God

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Speaking in Tongues as we see it today in Christian churches is a relatively new phenomenon dating back to the early 1900’s. Why is this? And in fact is what we are seeing today the same gift that empowered Jesus’ disciples at Pentecost? The disciples were given the essential ability to speak in the languages […]


Travels Through Cyprus

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The old goat herder stands before his flock. Stick in hand, he bears the look of experience. His beaten old hat keeps the sun off his unshaven face. His weathered trousers have seen better days and wear a belt, crudely tied around his waist. His braces are actually two of the elastic straps you use […]


Venice The Floating City

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For a millennium, Venice has provided inspiration for artists and writers. This coveted city is made up of 118 islands linked by 453 bridges. Each corner of town exhibits individual architectural magnificence, the city combining as one to form a spectacular theatrical stage set. Beautiful churches adorn the banks of the Grand Canal as she […]


Rome Places To See Places To Stay

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Roma, Eterna Cita (Engl. Rome, Eternal City)! The capital of Italy is located on the rivers Aniene and Tiber, close to the Mediterranean Sea. With a population of almost 9 millions (in 2004), it is the largest city in the country. Rome has three airports: Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport – FCO -commonly known as […]


The Afro Brazilian City Salvador

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The capital city of the State of Bahia, Salvador, is alive with African influence that can be seen in locally prepared dishes, ancient ceremonies and rituals that are still being conducted, as well as in the churches and schools of the area. Salvador has approximately 2,250,000 residents, and is widely known as “The City of […]


Non Denominational Or Mixed Religion Weddings How To Make It Happen

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Couples of mixed religions or who come from families that do not have a strong religious background may choose to have either a non-denominational wedding or a wedding that blends two separate religions. This can be tricky however because many religions may not honor or recognize a wedding unless it is performed according to their […]


France At 200 Kph Of Grandmothers Lyon And Rain

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In my teens, I traveled to France with my mother, father and grandmother for a month of sightseeing with a rental car. Michael Schumacher and Formula 1 have nothing on my father and our Opel rental car. American fathers have an interesting if somewhat aggravating habit on trips. Yes, I am talking about the desire […]