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Free Discount Cards Donated To St Agnes & St Joseph Catholic Church By Charles Myrick of ACRX

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I need furniture donated to me.?

Question by walt_sharpe: I need furniture donated to me.?
I’m disabled and have a very low income I need to find someone or some place to help me with furniture.
I live in Houston,Tx.

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Answer by mulldacity
Where abouts do you live in the world?
If this were in a few months, I’d give you all of my furniture, haha. ♥

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One Million Dollars Donated to Katrina Victims

Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 14, 2005

On Wednesday, October 19, 2005, Bishop Neil C. Ellis of Nassau, Bahamas will present a one million dollar check to Bishop Paul S. Morton of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship for victims of Hurricane Katrina. A multi-cultural and multi-denominational organization, the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship was founded under the leadership of Bishop Paul S. Morton in 1993. The event will take place during a press conference at 2:00 PM at the DoubleTree Hotel in Houston. At the Conference, Bishop Joseph Simmons will describe the role of the Full Gospel Economic Development Corporation and Bishop Morton will explain the four-point plan for distribution of the donation. Over 0,000 in relief supplies have been previously distributed to victims of Katrina through the Full Gospel Baptist Fellowship.

The Pastor of Mount Tabor, a 7,000 member church, Bishop Ellis is the third presiding Bishop of Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship. An internationally acclaimed speaker, he is also the author of nine books including, “The Power of the Blood” and “Living in Your Promised Land.” Bishop Ellis studied at the New York School of Theology, earning a Master’s Degree in Pastoral Ministries.

Since inception, the Full Gospel Baptist Fellowship has expanded and now has headquarters in the United States, Bahamas, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, Africa, Asia, India and Japan. The Fellowship offices in New Orleans were significantly damaged and are now uninhabitable. As a result of this catastrophe and the many tragedies witnessed by hurricane evacuees from their New Orleans congregations, the Full Gospel Fellowship is taking an active role in supporting and rebuilding the lives and communities of those devastated by Hurricane Katrina. Currently the largest growing African American denominational fellowship in the world, Full Gospel seeks to be heard as the “Faith Voice of Katrina.”

The DoubleTree Hotel is located in Houston, Texas at 400 Dallas Street. For more information, call Jan Norris at 713-819-6775 or email him at jerikate40@aol.com.

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Kerusso Has Donated Over $360,000 to Compassion — Announces Winner of The Live for Him Mission Trip


Live For him Mission Trip Winner


Berryville, AR (Vocus) July 26, 2010

An estimated 300 million children worldwide are subjected to violence, hunger, and human trafficking. Compassion successfully tackles global poverty one child at a time, serving more than 1 million children in twenty-five of the world’s poorest countries. Since 2005 Kerusso – www.kerusso.com – has partnered with Compassion – www.compassion.com – to raise money through the Live For Him campaign – www.kerusso.com/liveforhim. To date, Kerusso has donated over 0,000.

In May of 2009, Kerusso issued a challenge to retailers to support Compassion’s Unsponsored Children’s fund through the sales of Live For Him products which include: the award-winning Live For Him red wristband, T-shirts, caps and stainless steel rings. With the opportunity to win a mission trip with Kerusso and Compassion, retailers around the country rose to the challenge.

Calvary Church Bookstore in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida won the missions trip by selling the most Live For Him product over the past twelve months. David Ogden (Music/Apparel/Gift Buyer) and Mark Richter (Resource Ministry Manager) from Calvary will join Vic Kennett (CEO/President-Kerusso) and Compassion to visit a work site in the Dominican Republic.

David Ogden stated, “The heart of Calvary is to reach our community and world for Christ.” He went on to say, “Kerusso products, including the Live For Him products, have been a great way for us to extend our reach into our world, and we are extremely excited and honored to have won the Compassion/Live For Him contest.”

Vic Kennett said, “We are grateful for the thousands of retailers like Calvary who have joined with us to raise money for the thousands of children Compassion reaches every day.” He went on to say, “We are still pressing on towards our goal of raising 0,000 with the continued partnership of retailers and Christians worldwide.”

Kerusso (www.kerusso.com) was founded in 1987. For over two decades Kerusso has become the premier producer of Christian apparel. Kerusso’s original passion to share the gospel of Jesus through innovative apparel, jewelry, gifts and accessories continues to this day. Based in Berryville, Arkansas, Kerusso employs more than 100 people and is a major contributor to the local economy. Kerusso apparel, T-shirts and caps are available at over 7,000 retailers nationwide. Their Light House? Apparel Center can be seen in over 2,000 stores nationwide.

Compassion International (www.compassion.com) is the world’s largest Christian child development organization that permanently releases children from poverty. Founded in 1952, Compassion successfully tackles global poverty one child at a time, serving more than 1 million children in twenty five of the world’s poorest countries. Recognizing that poverty is more than a lack of money, Compassion works holistically through local churches to address the individual physical, economic, educational and spiritual needs of children – enabling them to thrive, not just survive. Charity Navigator, America’s largest charity evaluator, has awarded Compassion its highest rating – four stars – for seven consecutive years.

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