Article Library of Christian Thoughts · January 18, 2018
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Historically, God has been faithful in fulfilling every one of His promises - He began fulfilling this particular one from the moment Jesus resurrected, over 2000 years ago; therefore...
In a recent Pew Research Center poll, the rate of gray divorces, which is divorces among people over 50 years old, has doubled since 1990, from five per thousand per year, to now being ten per thousand. Worse still is that the divorce rate for those over 65 has tripled in ...
I was a certified mechanic with The Brunswick Bowling Corporation working in Pla-Mor Lanes. Later I became a certified English teacher and taught at Agassiz Junior High School. My wife and I served on God’s Volunteers later known as New Day. After graduating from the seminary in Sioux Falls I became a pastor and served NAB churches in South Dakota, North Dakota, Missouri and New York. My wife and I have four grown children and nine grandchildren.
W.E. Enterprises Community Spotlight highlights Oakland Economic & Diversity Activist and 2018 News of the 100 Year Old San Francisco Who Died Fighting Eviction in the City By the Bay in 2017.
To achieve high success in life, you need: 1. A clear understanding of the world you live in. 2. An understanding of how top gain the edge you need to successfully compete. 3. The development of a positive attitude - an essential for success.
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Last night, you listened to Donald Trump describing immigrants from Africa, Haiti and El Salvador as people from shi*t hole countries. While you may be convinced that he is right, here's a story of a real-life sh*tholer, from rags to riches.
Each Easter, in churches all across America and around the world, Jesus is raised up again and again. However why did He rise? For that matter why did He die? He died to redeem us from, sin and hell itself. But what else? Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law! In this message Dr. Sesley shows how poverty and lack are part of the curse of the law, and we the body of Christ are redeemed from it, glory to God!
The ministry is always about people, relationships and serving, and not about power, programs and buildings
Get excited Rhema! Our 2018 Founders' Day is coming soon! We can continue our preparation as we celebrate 15 years of sacrifice, service and great leadership.
By continuing this annual poetry program, we honor eloquent poets of the past, such as Lee Williams, who joined the ancestors, January 1 last year, Arnold White, Joy Holland, Kamau Seitu, and many others who remain vivid in our memories. Our participants have ranged in age from 8 to 80, including published writers, award-winning authors and brand new poets reading their work in public for the first time. Music, dance and costumes have enhanced past performances as each participant shares her or his unique style. We also have poets performing in ensemble. You are invited to showcase your work.
You are Amazing : A big thanks to YOU; our supporters who gave their time, talent, or donation allowing the Children of Haiti receive a toy, a meal and celebration of love.
Saturday, February 10, 2018, Planet Fillmore TV screens “Ranger Penn Buffalo Soldiers” -National Park Ranger Rik Penn, a fixture at the Presidio for years, tells what it meant to have the Buffalo Soldiers in San Francisco at the turn of the 20th Century, and other videos that speaks of African American resilience.
2018 has arrived! I pray your Christmas was richly blessed and that you rang in the New Year with great anticipation as you look forward to how God will use you to serve His kingdom. I always love the New Year, as...
"Preserving those victories and insuring that today's leaders build on those successes is the objective of the conference." on Saturday, January 6th as historian John Templeton during "The Hannibal Williams/Mary Helen Rogers/Ardith Nichols/Geraldine Johnson Symposium," calls the community and Black elected leaders to stay on point to build on the victories of such community leaders for whom the conference is named. University of San Francisco Professor, Dr. James Taylor, will share insights and his books: "Black Nationalism" and news of an upcoming book on the assassination of 900 San Franciscans in 1978 in Guyana.
Two unnamed officials told the New York Times that President Trump said people coming from Haiti "all have AIDS," that Nigerian immigrants would never "go back to their huts" and that Afghanistan is a terrorist haven.
Great & pioneering dancer, Carmen de Lavallade, longtime wife of pioneering dancer Geoffrey Holder, honored by the Kennedy Center Honors inspired one Oakland youth. 15 year old Angela Watson, dancing in San Francisco's "Nutcracker" for the second consecutive year as "Clara," has yet another role model to behold as she begins her journey as a dancer. The beautiful, youthful, strong, creative phenom with a work ethic beyond her years, already dreams of paying it forward for other Black dancers.
Mitsy Copeland thanks for giving your time to encourage Bay Area Ballerina Rising Star, 15 year old Angela Watson. "You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give." ~ Kahlil Gibran "It's not how much we give but how much love we put into giving." ~ Mother Teresa "No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another." ~ Charles Dickens "We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give." ~Winston S. Churchill
We all have heard the nursery rhyme of “what good little girls are made of”. Many of us can think of a kind little girl who would fit that description as a child, but then something happens once they hit their teenage years. As for small boys - well, they are usually not as interested in ...
Elizabeth and Mary rejoiced that their unborn babies would be part of God's plan to redeem the world.
Since we are redeemed from the curse of poverty, why is that so many Christians are still experiencing poverty and lack. It's due to them committing destructive practices that lead to poverty. In this lesson Dr. Sesley innumerates these practices and how to change.
Heavy Hearts in San Francisco! The Arts...Theater, Symphony, Ballet continue to provide inspiration during a time of mourning the vibrant City Mayor Lee dedicated his life to serve. Condolences to his family, close friends and colleagues. The City pays its respect to Mayor Lee at 3:00 p.m., Sunday, December 17, 2017 at the Rotunda of San Francisco City Hall.
Happy Holidays!! I would like to invite you to a fundraiser for, WISE Health, Brittney Doyle, MPH Co-Founder on December 22nd. Money raised will go towards expanding our senior health programs to more communities in District 10 and throughout San Francisco. Please share with your networks and I hope to see you there! Cynthia Moten, WISE Health