Lost In The Trees – “Golden Eyelids”

Distributed by WMG “Golden Eyelids” by Lost In The Trees from their new album ‘A Church That Fits Our Needs,’ available now! Order at www.anti.com Lyrics As a color she’ll rise From the water A golden light Wanders with The birds Where have you been? What have you seen? All the peace When you come Following I’ll tell it’s worth it all Your voice sings red Behind your golden eyelids Are drawers of your hair But no tears now that Your cancer is fed Your soul shielded Your voice sings red My twins were born Far too early Cut out and laid In a bed of heat Lead me from this dark house With your gold fingers Turned this wicked touching Into a golden church Please tell me it’s worth it all Your heart beats red Behind your golden eyelids Float with birds in your hair No words That your mouth left unread My arms are your bed Your heart beats red You have such a good heart For wandering Al the peace when I come following You told me it was worth it all My eyes see red Behind your golden eyelids Beyond the last words you said I’ll follow All my flown away kids Let your arms be our beds And my eyes see red Anti Records Official Website: www.anti.com Anti Records Online Store: www.kingsroadmerch.com Anti Records Facebook: www.facebook.com Anti Records Twitter: twitter.com Anti Records Blog: www.antilabelblog.com Anti Records Tumblr: antirecords.tumblr.com

Lost in Melaka (Full Version)

A story about MoonSeeker in Malacca. The clip was filmed in Malacca — Historic Cities Of The Straits Of Malacca … Jonker Street, Christ Church, Melaka River, Porta De Stantiago, St. Paul’s Church, Structure of A’Famosa, Geographer Cafe and many more. Check out this short clip and hope you will enjoy it! Special thanks to all who have contributed in this short clip!

Friends remember those lost in church bus crash

Friends remember those lost in church bus crash
At least fifteen members of this church were injured and four are dead after a Sunday night van crash. One of those victims is the pastor of Tabernacle of Prayer and Deliverance Church, Ronmyka Williams.
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Death of child outside Miramar church ruled accidental
The death of a 14-month-old girl who was left in a vehicle outside a church Sunday has been ruled accidental, officials said Monday.
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Bridges eyes expansion into Wainfleet
WAINFLEET — Bridges Community Health Centre, in partnership with Wainfleet Christ Church Anglican, is hosting a series of four community open houses to gain input and ideas from Wainfleet residents on potential health promotion programs and services that could be delivered in their […]
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Request for Feature Coverage and Interviews with Youth, Lost Boy

Sandy Hook, CT (PRWEB) May 4, 2010

Request for Feature Coverage and Interviews

Why: The high school youth of Trinity Church, Newtown, CT, are learning how to be leaders. They are planning and carrying out a social action project to benefit the people of southern Sudan, recently called by the United Nations “the hungriest place on earth.” They are working with Lost Boy John Dau, who is going back into his homeland of southern Sudan, helping to rebuild it.

What:    One Hope Speech, Reception and Book Signing with John Dau (Lost Boy of Sudan, novelist, filmmaker, motivational speaker, philanthropist), and U2charist featuring music of U2 by live band of youths

Key Elements:

    Youth Led Project – the future leaders of our world in action
    Aid going to southern Sudan (considered by the United Nations to be in a “perfect storm” for a major humanitarian crisis)
    John Dau, Lost Boy of Sudan and now leader and author, will be the speaker. He will share the story of a life that is a profile in courage.
    Money will go to Dau’s Duk Lost Boys Clinic to pay for training of a midwife who will train others in a country where there is almost no prenatal care and 50 percent of babies die at birth

When:    Saturday, May 22

    6 pm John Dau Speech, Meet and Greet, Book Signing

    7 pm U2charist with Live U2 Music

Where:    Reed Intermediate School

    3 Trades Lane

    Newtown, CT 06470

Cost:    There is no charge. A free will offering will be taken during the U2charist with all proceeds going to the Duk Lost Boys Clinic through the John Dau Foundation.

For Interviews with the Youth and John Dau: Contact: Carol Zimmerman, 203 220-8573 or email The5zs@aol.com

Here is how it all happened:

Every year Trinity Episcopal Church, Newtown, CT, focuses a Sunday on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) set by the United Nations. The MDGs are eight goals to be achieved by 2015 that respond to the world’s main development challenges (End Poverty and Hunger, Universal Education, Gender Equality, Child Health, Maternal Health, Combat HIV/AIDS, Environmental Sustainability, Global Partnership). They were adopted by 189 nations-and signed by 147 heads of state and governments during the UN Millennium Summit in September 2000.

Three years ago several Lost Boys of Sudan (who had walked over 1,000 miles as children to escape genocide) came to visit Trinity on MDG Sunday, and Anna (a youth), after hearing their story and the story of present day southern Sudan asked the question “What Else Can We Do to Help?

Out of that came a youth led effort that last year raised 00 to build a well in southern Sudan and this year, on May 22, will endeavor to pay for the training of a midwife in Nairobi (,000) who will then return to southern Sudan and train others.

The mortality rate from births there is nearly 50 percent. One out of six women who become pregnant will die. Only 10 percent of all birth deliveries in southern Sudan are assisted by skilled health personnel, compared to 57 percent countrywide. There are only 10 registered midwives in southern Sudan.

Conditions in southern Sudan today are extremely grave and getting worse. Two years of failed rains and continued tribal clashes have set up a gigantic humanitarian crisis. southern Sudan is the area of Africa that the United Nations calls “the hungriest place on earth.” Forty-six percent of children in southern Sudan are malnourished; fifteen percent is considered an emergency.

The One Hope Speech and Meet and Greet and U2charist will feature John Dau, who as a 12-year-old led 12 hundred Lost Boys on a 1,000 journey across The Sudan as they escaped government troops that were annihilating towns and killing inhabitants. Years later, by the end of the journey, half of the boys had died of thirst, starvation, wild animals, and disease in one of the bloodiest civil wars of the 20th Century.

As an adult, John wrote a book and co-starred in an award-winning film called God Grew Tired of Us about his experiences walking across The Sudan, later in refugee camps, and finally coming to America. Today he is a husband, father and activist living in Syracuse, New York, working to rebuild his homeland of southern Sudan, through his foundation, The John Dau Foundation of which the Duk Lost Boys Clinic is a part. He also continues to write and has a children’s book about to be published.

The U2charist is an Episcopal Eucharist service that features the music of the rock band U2 and a message about God’s call to rally around the UN Millennium Development Goals. Live music will be provided by the rock band Station Wagon Mishap which includes members of the Trinity YAC Class and other youth in the community. Trinity youth have done countless hours of work to promote, fund and produce this weekend of events from creating flyers, coordinating sales, producing sound and lighting effects, doing research, and creating messages and images which will be projected onto a large screen with photos of the Lost Boys and those currently in southern Sudan. The event is appropriate for all ages.

Trinity Church

YAC Class

36 Main Street

Newtown, CT 06470

Contact: Carol Zimmerman, 203 220-8573, The5zs (at) aol (dot) com

YAC (Young Adults in the Church) Teacher

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Christ Enlightened, The Lost Teachings of Jesus Unveiled by Best-Selling Author Steven S. Sadleir Just Released on Amazon April 15th


Christ Enlightened


Laguna Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 13, 2010

The latest book by Steven S. Sadleir called Christ Enlightened, The Lost Teachings of Jesus Unveiled will be released on Amazon (CreateSpace) this month. Steven retells the story of Christianity: Hundreds of scholars from around the world have been discovering pieces of a lost puzzle about Jesus Christ and his teachings and it’s creating a whole new and very different story. According to Steven there was a whole corpus of literature that the Aramaic speaking Semitic Christians from Israel, the disciples who actually walked with Jesus (and their children and grandchildren), where shown how to realize God by going within – the Kingdom of Heaven was the enlightenment of the consciousness. These teachings were later rejected by the Greco-Roman Churches as Steven explains, and lost to the world until recently.

Sadleir, who’s best-seller Looking for God, a Seeker’s Guide to Religious and Spiritual Groups of the world, served as a base for his research for world religions and inspiration for keeping up with recent archeological finds and historical developments within Judaism and Christianity. In Christ Enlightened, The Lost Teachings of Jesus Unveiled Steven delves into ancient history, to the very origins of God and the Bible, he explains what’s in the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, Merkabah and the Kabbalah. Here Steven reveals what has been revealed through the Nag Hammadi Library and the gospels of Thomas, James, Philip and Mary Magdalene, and how some of the first churches were run by female bishops. Steven also delves into the gospels of the Ebionites, Nazareans, Hebrews and Egyptians and draws heavily from the Aramaic Bible called the Peshitta.

Christ Enlightened, The Lost Teachings of Jesus Unveiled draws from the leading scholars from the best universities from around the world, including: Karen Armstrong, George Lamsa, David Levine, Rabbi Berg, Bart Ehrman, James Robinson, Rocco Errico, Elaine Pagels, Marvin Meyers and many others. The book begins by explaining the convergence of prophesies indicating a universal shift in consciousness occurring even now, and how we have already begun a Second Reformation of Christianity. According to leading historians, Jesus was not a god, was not born of a virgin but was the expected son of Joseph and Mary and anticipated Messiah of the Jews, and, moreover, did not die in remission of original sin but rather as a martyr teaching us how not to sin. According to Steven, who is recognized as a spiritual master in two lineages from India, Jesus was a “Kabbalistic Yogi” teaching the way to enlightenment.

Steven S. Sadleir is the best-selling author Looking for God, a Seeker’s Guide to Religious and Spiritual Paths of the World and co-author (with Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer and others) of Wake Up: Live the Life You Love, as well as others. Steven is director of the Self Awareness Institute and Christ Enlightened, with students in over 120 countries, and host of Enlightenment Radio one of the largest spiritual talk radio programs on the Internet and pick up on iTunes.

Christ Enlightened, The Lost Teachings of Jesus Unveiled

By Steven S. Sadleir

208 pages, paper, .95

ISBN 978-1-4392-6785-1

Distributed by Amazon/CreateSpace

Contact

Mia Worley

949-355-3249

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