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Manual of the First Presbyterian Church of Indianapolis, together with a history of the same, from its organization in July, 1823, to November 12, 1876

Manual of the First Presbyterian Church of Indianapolis, together with a history of the same, from its organization in July, 1823, to November 12, 1876

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Fukitol…When Life Just Blows …..item 1..Hackers steal $680,000 from church fund for homeless (July 01, 2011) …

Fukitol…When Life Just Blows …..item 1..Hackers steal 0,000 from church fund for homeless (July 01, 2011) …
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Stealing money raised by a church to help homeless and abused women is pretty low. But that’s just what a group of hackers did, according to CBS News.

…..item 1)….Yahoo! News….THE LOOKOUT….Hackers steal 0,000 from church fund for homeless

By Zachary Roth | The Lookout – 1 hr 27 mins ago……Friday July 01, 2011….

news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/hackers-steal-680-000-church…

"You kind of have to take a deep breath and you have to trust in the Lord," Richard Pates, the bishop of St Ambrose Cathedral in Des Moines, Iowa told CBS News, after losing 0,000 in the heist.

The swindle was one example of a growing cyber-crime technique, known as account takeover fraud. Hackers, often located in eastern Europe, target small town institutions or civic groups that may lack sophisticated defenses. They send the target groups an email that looks to be from a friend or the IRS, which prompts the recipients to click on a link. That click then allows a malicious software bug to infect their computer, and steal sensitive data such as bank passwords. Money can then be simply be transferred to the criminal’s own account.

Other victims of the scheme include the town of Pittsford, N.Y. which recently lost 9,000, and a small-town library in Florida which was hit for 0,000 last year.

"You’re seeing a lot of this type of crime get reported now," Ron Plesco, head of the National Cyber Forensics & Training Alliance in Pittsburgh, told CBS. ""No doubt in my mind this is organized crime," he added.

The FBI says it opens one or two new cases of account takeover fraud a week.

St Ambrose’s losses eventually were covered by insurance and its bank. But that’s not always the case: Pittsford was only able to get back ,000.
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InFocus Adventist News – 25 July 2008

Sanitarium Weet-Bix sponsors and brings back the tradition of the Sheffield Shield to Australian cricket, A new brochure, with the image of the pope and other world leaders, is distributed in Sydney promoting an evangelistic series, A tiny Brisbane church has 10 people turn up requesting baptism, Adventists buy up 3 minute advertising slots on local TV to run small health and Bible segments in Gippsland, New Zealanders are pumped up to pray for those finding hardship over rising fuel prices on August 2.
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St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Service (Organ Performances July 4th 2010)

This is my very first official job.. so, please, no criticism lol. Recorded on July 4th 2010 (Independence Day) at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Jasper, AL. 2/3 of the performances were recorded. I play: Canon In D (not recorded) – A Mighty Fortress Is My God (not recorded), My Country, Tis Of Thee – Battle Hymn Of The Republic – Blessed Assurance – Come, Thou Fount Of Every Blessing. www.facebook.com/willjustice89 www.twitter.com/willjustice89