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**REPRINT** Constant, Silas, 1750-1825. The journal of the Reverend Silas Constant, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Yorktown, New York; with some of the records of the church and a list of his marriages, 1784-1825, together with notes on the Nelson, Van Cort**REPRINT**

**REPRINT** Constant, Silas, 1750-1825. The journal of the Reverend Silas Constant, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Yorktown, New York; with some of the records of the church and a list of his marriages, 1784-1825, together with notes on the Nelson, Van Cort**REPRINT**

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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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Operation Christmas Child draws community together

Operation Christmas Child draws community together
HOPE VALLEY – For several years, First Baptist Church on Main Street has taken the lead in Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan’s Purse International Relief Organization.
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Unique Ethiopia: Wildlife, history, 13-month year
For many people around the world, mentioning Ethiopia brings to mind its devastating 1984 famine. The specter of the disaster haunts the country’s international image and still hurts the growth of its fledgling tourism industry.
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Sudanese church leaders urge support from U.S. faith community (Lesley Crosson Sudanese chur)
Sudanese church leaders urge support from U.S. faith community “Now is the time for the church community in the United States–and the world–to raise its voice in solidarity with the people of southern Sudan as they move closer to an important referendum in the North Africa nation.”
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A God Centered Church: Experiencing God Together

A God Centered Church: Experiencing God Together

An award-winning book from a multimillion selling author, now available in paperback for the first time!

Henry Blackaby says, “As important as Experiencing God has been to many people, Experiencing God Together is a necessary sequel. Christians must make the transition from knowing and doing the will of God as individuals to knowing and doing the will of God within a corporate body of believers.”

Indeed, there is a corporate nature to salvation. God saves individuals but places them in community with one another–a community of believers. God is creating for Himself a people through whom He can accomplish His purposes in our world. Experiencing God Together help churches experience the fullness of life as a congregation, a manifest presence of God in their midst, and a love that could only come from above.

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Leading the Team-Based Church: How Pastors and Church Staffs Can Grow Together into a Powerful Fellowship of Leaders A Leadership Network Publication

Leading the Team-Based Church: How Pastors and Church Staffs Can Grow Together into a Powerful Fellowship of Leaders A Leadership Network Publication

A Leadership Network Publication

In Leading the Team-Based Church, George Cladis issues a clarion call for ministry teams to embrace a fresh leadership model that is not based on hierarchy, but on a process of collaboration that mirrors the relationship of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. He reminds us that today’s cultural environment–where authority has basis in trust, innovation reaps rewards, and spirituality takes root in life and work–has matured past the need for the hierarchy of traditional church leadership where the pastor had the final say. Through down-to-earth stories from his own experience and those of clergy in both mainline and evangelical churches, Cladis offers an exciting alternative to the traditional forms of church leadership, enabling pastors, congregational leaders, and staff to breathe new life into their ministries and unleash the full potential of the entire ministry team.

Cladis, pastor of a fast-growing mainline congregation, demonstrates how cultural changes affecting all our institutions–not just the church–are making it easier to adopt this new model of leadership. Cladis’s practical advice will enable ministry teams to work together in ways that both embody the Christian message and call forth the full creativity and love of the entire team.

“Just when it seems that all that can be said has been said on the subject of ‘teams’, just when one has tired of the gumming of the label ‘team’ on everything in sight, along comes perhaps the most significant religious book on teams yet published. Cladis juxtaposes the theological and cultural context for team-based ministry in a model presentation of what a conversation between Bible, theology, and culture should look like.”–Leonard Sweet, dean, The Theological School and vice president, Drew University

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How does the Roman Church hold together the people of Europe during the Dark Ages?

Question by ct2345: How does the Roman Church hold together the people of Europe during the Dark Ages?
How does the Roman Church hold together the people of Europe during the Dark Ages?

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Answer by shjOlds_442
Died or become catholic.

“Foxe’s book of Martyrs,” by John Foxe

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Cathy, starting in ch. 4, it speaks directly what the catholic church did to people starting around the 2nd or 3rd century. When it speaks of the Queen of England, it is speaking of the Queen that was a catholic and how the “bloody tower” became bloody.

Cathy, your time lines are written based on what the vatican wants us to believe. I was listening to the vatican II counsel in ’65. Where were you? I use to be a catholic. I don’t trust anything they say anymore.

Another book to consider is titled, “The Prince,” by Machiavelli. It speaks of the wars started by the vatican in his day.

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Leading the Team-Based Church: How Pastors and Church Staffs Can Grow Together into a Powerful Fellowship of Leaders A Leadership Network Publication (Jossey-Bass Leadership Network Series)

Leading the Team-Based Church: How Pastors and Church Staffs Can Grow Together into a Powerful Fellowship of Leaders A Leadership Network Publication (Jossey-Bass Leadership Network Series)

A Leadership Network Publication

In Leading the Team-Based Church, George Cladis issues a clarion call for ministry teams to embrace a fresh leadership model that is not based on hierarchy, but on a process of collaboration that mirrors the relationship of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. He reminds us that today’s cultural environment–where authority has basis in trust, innovation reaps rewards, and spirituality takes root in life and work–has matured past the need for the hierarchy of traditional church leadership where the pastor had the final say. Through down-to-earth stories from his own experience and those of clergy in both mainline and evangelical churches, Cladis offers an exciting alternative to the traditional forms of church leadership, enabling pastors, congregational leaders, and staff to breathe new life into their ministries and unleash the full potential of the entire ministry team.

Cladis, pastor of a fast-growing mainline congregation, demonstrates how cultural changes affecting all our institutions–not just the church–are making it easier to adopt this new model of leadership. Cladis’s practical advice will enable ministry teams to work together in ways that both embody the Christian message and call forth the full creativity and love of the entire team.

“Just when it seems that all that can be said has been said on the subject of ‘teams’, just when one has tired of the gumming of the label ‘team’ on everything in sight, along comes perhaps the most significant religious book on teams yet published. Cladis juxtaposes the theological and cultural context for team-based ministry in a model presentation of what a conversation between Bible, theology, and culture should look like.”–Leonard Sweet, dean, The Theological School and vice president, Drew University

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