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080 Church Street Marketplace Fall Fashion Show, September 4, 2010

080 Church Street Marketplace Fall Fashion Show, September 4, 2010
Church search
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SWEET LADY JANE, 40 CHURCH STREET. Sweet Lady Jane is here to provide you with exceptional customer service and unique merchandise in a clean and well-managed environment. We can dispense fashion advice, provide you with knowledge on current trends and classic styles, and help in fashion emergencies. We are constantly searching the markets for the latest looks and for the pieces that will become indispensable in your wardrobe. Sweet Lady Jane offers its customers the right mix of clothing and accessories. You can find that special piece to inspire you or just the right thing to complete your look. Our merchandise is constantly changing, so we suggest that you visit us often. Sweet Lady Jane, 40 Church Street
Burlington, Vermont (802) 862-5051 www.sweetladyjane.biz

MEDFLAG 2010, Chaplains Outreach, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, September 2010

MEDFLAG 2010, Chaplains Outreach, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, September 2010
Church outreach
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Illinois National Guard Chaplain (Col.) Daniel Krumrei speaks to children of the Centre Evangelique La Resurrection church in Kinshas, Democratic Republic of Congo, Sept. 11. Krumrei and Sgt. 1st Class David Penny made a visit of goodwill to the church as part of MEDFLAG 10, a joint medical exercise aimed at providing humanitarian assistance to the local people.

U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Kassidy L Snyder.

Three and a half years to build; more than 6,000 members; completely debt free — a church is built by the people for the people.

“This church is the fruit of the sacrifices of our people,” said Guy-Roger Dang, associate pastor at Centre Evangelique La Resurrection in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.

The two-story church standing in the middle of Kinshasa will celebrate the one-year anniversary of its opening in December.

Illinois National Guard Chaplain (Col.) Daniel Krumrei, along with chaplain assistant Sgt. 1st Class David Penny, were welcomed by the pastor and his congregation as they made a visit of goodwill.

“We are very happy and encouraged to see people of other countries come to visit our church,” said Dang.

The church proudly displays multiple flags on its altar to signify the different countries of its visitors.

Krumrei of Springfield, Ill., and Penny of Buckley, Ill., are in Africa with MEDFLAG 10, a joint medical exercise aimed at providing humanitarian assistance to the Congolese people. The chaplain and his assistant’s primary mission is to take care of service members involved in the exercise, both personally and spiritually.

In addition to supporting U.S. service members, the ministry team is engaging with chaplains of the Armed Forces of Democratic Republic of Congo (FARDC). “Our Congolese counterparts showed special interests in discussing areas of trauma, family care and post-traumatic stress,” Krumrei said.

The Illinois National Guard ministry team is conducting a three-day workshop with FARDC chaplains, aimed at bringing peace within the country and to the people, he said.

This is the first visit to Africa for the ministry team; however, the mission is a familiar one. Krumrei has been a chaplain for more than 25 years and visited ,many countries. “Each mission is a privilege, and it is important to understand our similarities and differences so we can work together to accomplish the overall mission,” Krumrei said.

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MEDFLAG 2010, Chaplains Outreach, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, September 2010

MEDFLAG 2010, Chaplains Outreach, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, September 2010
Church outreach
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A young giril from Centre Evangelique La Resurrection church in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, looks at the tag for the name of her Beanie Baby, a gift from the Illinois National Guard ministry team Sept. 11. The ministry team is a part of MEDFLAG 10, a joint medical exercise aimed at providing humanitarian assistance to the local people.

U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Kassidy L Snyder.

Three and a half years to build; more than 6,000 members; completely debt free — a church is built by the people for the people.

“This church is the fruit of the sacrifices of our people,” said Guy-Roger Dang, associate pastor at Centre Evangelique La Resurrection in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.

The two-story church standing in the middle of Kinshasa will celebrate the one-year anniversary of its opening in December.

Illinois National Guard Chaplain (Col.) Daniel Krumrei, along with chaplain assistant Sgt. 1st Class David Penny, were welcomed by the pastor and his congregation as they made a visit of goodwill.

“We are very happy and encouraged to see people of other countries come to visit our church,” said Dang.

The church proudly displays multiple flags on its altar to signify the different countries of its visitors.

Krumrei of Springfield, Ill., and Penny of Buckley, Ill., are in Africa with MEDFLAG 10, a joint medical exercise aimed at providing humanitarian assistance to the Congolese people. The chaplain and his assistant’s primary mission is to take care of service members involved in the exercise, both personally and spiritually.

In addition to supporting U.S. service members, the ministry team is engaging with chaplains of the Armed Forces of Democratic Republic of Congo (FARDC). “Our Congolese counterparts showed special interests in discussing areas of trauma, family care and post-traumatic stress,” Krumrei said.

The Illinois National Guard ministry team is conducting a three-day workshop with FARDC chaplains, aimed at bringing peace within the country and to the people, he said.

This is the first visit to Africa for the ministry team; however, the mission is a familiar one. Krumrei has been a chaplain for more than 25 years and visited ,many countries. “Each mission is a privilege, and it is important to understand our similarities and differences so we can work together to accomplish the overall mission,” Krumrei said.

To learn more about U.S. Army Africa visit our official website at www.usaraf.army.mil

Official Twitter Feed: www.twitter.com/usarmyafrica

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Show my people their transgression: a fast-day discourse, preached in the Calvary Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia on Thursday, September 26th, 1861

Show my people their transgression: a fast-day discourse, preached in the Calvary Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia on Thursday, September 26th, 1861

This volume is produced from digital images from the Cornell University Library Samuel J. May Anti-Slavery Collection

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Metallica – Sad But True [Christchurch September 22, 2010]

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Stars & Stones 2010 – HayLur 17 September – Armenia

Stars & Stones 2010: Oxford University Expedition to Qarahunge, Armenia First Armenian TV channel 9 o’clock news. # Mihran Vardanyan (PhD, Oxford) – Astrophysics, Expedition Leader # Nicholas Howarth (PhD, Oxford, Christ Church) – Geography # Vladimir Cherny (PhD, Oxford, Christ Church) – Mathematics # Vaneni Dadoyan (BA,MA, UCL) – Psychology and Semiotics

Bishop TD Jakes, Bishop Paul S. Morton, Pastor Donnie McClurkin, Bishop Alfred Owens, September 8-10 in Washington D.C. Area

Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 7, 2004

Bishop T.D. Jakes of the Potter’s House in Dallas, Texas, Bishop Paul Morton, International Presiding Bishop of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship, and Grammy Award winning Gospel recording artist Pastor Donnie McClurkin, are among several powerful speakers coming to the Washington, D.C. area September 8th through 10th for the Ministry of Excellence Empowerment Conference 2004.

The conference, open to everyone, will be held in Woodbridge, VA, which is about 20 minutes outside of Washington, D.C. and is hosted by Pastor Lyle Dukes and Co-Pastor Deborah Dukes of the Harvest Life Changers Church. Other speakers include Bishop Alfred Owens of Greater Mount Calvary Holy Church in Washington, D.C., Pastor Sheryl Brady of The River Church, Raleigh, N.C. and Teresa Hairston, CEO/Publisher of Gospel Today Magazine.

Special guest artists include the 2004 Stellar Award New Artist of the Year Rizen, Gospel legend LaShun Pace, and outstanding new artist Stephen Hurd! Information on conference workshops can be accessed online at www.harvestlifechangers.com.

A special luncheon will be held for pastors & spouses and associate ministers during the conference. This will present an opportunity to learn, share and fellowship while enjoying a delicious meal.

Workshop sessions and services will be held at Harvest Life Changers Church, International in Woodbridge and Hylton Memorial Chapel located less than five minutes away. Registration for all three days is only for the services.

For more information call (703) 490-4040, toll free at (877) 867-3853 or register online at www.harvestlifechangers.com . Please visit our website for the full conference itinerary, speakers and musical guests, workshops, hotel information, local attractions, directions and more. Harvest Life Changers Church, International is located at 14401 Telegraph Rd, Woodbridge, VA.

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Pastor Lyle Dukes, Dr. Suzan Cook Johnson, and Gospel Artist Mary Mary Head Line-up for Kingdom Impact Conference in Pacific Palms, California, September 1-3


(PRWEB) September 1, 2006

With some of the most exciting national ministries represented, Pastor Mark A. Williams of the Faith Bible Fellowship Church expects “a fresh word and a new season of favor.” With a line-up that includes Pastor Lyle Dukes of Woodbridge, Virginia, Dr. Suzan Cook Johnson, Bronx, New York and a “Praise Fest” that includes Grammy Award winning Artist Mary Mary, the soul-stirring group known as the Mime Boyz, and the Stellar Award winning artist, The Soul Seekers.

The Kingdom Impact Conference is sure to leave you wondering if you have truly been a “Productive Christian” which, by the way, is the theme for this year’s conference. This power packed weekend will commence on Thursday, August 31st with a golf tournament that will be held at Eagle Glen Golf Resort in the beautiful city of Corona. On Friday, September 1st, registration will begin at 5:00pm at the Pacific Palms Resort in the City of Industry. This registration is your ticket to what is sure to be one of the years most talked about “soul awakening” events of the summer. After registering, we will continue on with normal introductions into the evening and will be blessed with a Word from Pastor Lyle Dukes who is Senior Pastor and Founder of Harvest Life Changers Church in Woodbridge, VA.. Pastor Dukes along with his wife are executive producers of both Harvest Life Changers Church Mass Choir CD’s and he is also an author of several books and articles including “The Ministry In You”, “Let Us Pray” and many others.

On Saturday, September 2nd at 9:00 a.m. there will be break-out sessions that will begin with topics that will help guide you into understanding what it means to be a “Productive Christian”. We strongly encourage all youth and young adults to attend because we have a word for you also, which will be delivered by Minister Nisan Stewart of Lynwood, Ca. Later on that evening, beginning at 6:30 p.m., there will be an explosion of praise in what is sure to keep you on your feet with a “Praise Fest” featuring the young anointed men who make up the soul-stirring group known as the Mime Boyz, along with Stellar Award winning artist, The Soul Seekers and closing out the night will be the Grammy Award winning, platinum-selling gospel artist Mary Mary!

The conference will close out on Sunday, September 3rd at Faith Fellowship Bible Church located at 4225 Prado Road, Suite 105, in Corona, Calif., where Pastor Mark A. Williams and his wife Nadra are the Visionary leaders who have given birth to the Fellowship of Faith Association of Churches. Service will be held at 8:00 a.m. with guest speaker Dr. Suzan D. Johnson Cook of the Bronx Christian Fellowship in New York. You may remember seeing her lately from Good Morning America. She has also been noted as a very successful author of such books as “Too Blessed to Be Stressed”, “A New Dating Attitude-Getting Ready For The Mate God Has For You” and many others.

The 10:40 a.m. service will close with Pastor T.L. Buxton of Tulsa, Ok.

For tickets or information on these events, please call (951) 808-1803. Please don’t delay, limited seating available. Hotel registration can be handled directly by calling the Pacific Palms Conference Resort at (800) 524-4557.

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