Daimon Brunton Quartet – Album Launch “My Favourite Things”

This is a live recording of The Daimon Brunton Quartet performing at the Paris Jazz Cat Club on 19th of July 2008. DBQ has been performing in Melbourne area for the past 12 years. This video is a short compilation of the tunes that were performed. For more information go to: www.daimonbrunton.com. Featuring Daimon Brunton – Trumpet Daniel Gassin – Piano Mark Lockett – Drums Michael Story – Acoustic double bass Special guest: Ron Romero – Saxophone George Butrumlis – Piano accordion Featuring tunes: 1. The Wizer 2. 3 people, 2 chairs, 1 hof 3. And we’re goin’ to church 4. Bitter Dose 5. Hayley 6. Elroy Filmed by Jenna Tuckett and Daniel Staud Edited by Daniel Staud
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Launch: Starting a New Church from Scratch

Launch: Starting a New Church from Scratch

Starting a church from scratch? Start here! This is no typical “church planting” or “church growth” book. The authors, both pastors at The Journey Church of the City in Manhattan, offer specific strategies for beginning a church from scratch, based on their own experiences in launching a church with no members, no money and no staff—and watched membership skyrocket to more than a thousand people in three years!  They offer clear, practical how-to strategies for quickly raising funds, creating a team, planning services, effective evangelism and rapidly developing a growing membership. Specific advice is included for reaching that often difficult-to-target demographic, the 20- to 40-year-old. You’ll also get an insider’s look at The Journey Church of the City as a model for church planting. The helpful strategies here will help you remove many of the barriers, questions and doubts encountered in starting a church from scratch. If these principles work in NYC, they’ll work for you!

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Wondercafe Advertising Launch

On November 7, 2006 the United Church of Canada launched wondercafe.ca. The launch received 150 minutes of television coverage, 300 minutes of radio air time and 86 print articles, including the front page of the Globe and Mail. It is the largest advertising campaign ever by a Canadian Church. In total, over 71 Million people saw something about the United Church of Canada that Day
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39 Steps to Joy – Almost Instantly – A Book Launch

(PRWEB) December 13, 2004

Just in time for the holiday season, CSolutions publishing brings to the reading audience a collection of 39 inspiring and informative essays that are unique in insight and care and are refreshing and empowering. This insightful literary work Nurturing The Garden of Joy Provocative Essays on Relationships offers ways to find and keep joy in one’s life and is authored by Claudette J. Spence and will be launched on Tuesday, December 14, 2004, at 6 p.m. at the Flushing Town Hall in Flushing. Join the author and other business and community leaders in celebrating this literary contribution.

Two reviews of the book

“The shortness of these essays makes them effective, accessible and inviting. A real strength of this book is its directness and clarity. I can see this being a valuable resource for many women.” – Dr. Tom Kitts, Chair, English Department, College of Professional Studies, St. John’s University.

“In the midst of a culture that is too often self-absorbed, she offers reflections that connect us to one another. If you enjoy reading essays that have heart and soul, you will not be disappointed with these works by Claudette Spence. They will definitely sharpen your sense of who you are and what you can do in life.” – Stephen Hall, ordained minister of 25 years and pastor of Lockport United Church of Christ.

Excerpts from the book

“The gift of experiencing each other while creating memorable moments brings joy to the soul.”

“The truth is I have been sad about many things in my life, but growing older is not one of them.”

“Maybe one of the things that is important here is that regardless of gender or sexual orientation, most of us really want to be treated special by someone who is close to us that we may call lover, friend, mate or family member.”

About the author

Claudette J. Spence is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of English at St. John’s University in New York City. She is also a consultant for the New York Conference of the United Church of Christ, the World of Difference Project of the Anti-Defamation League, and other religious and community organizations. In addition she has a strong background in management, has leveraged many financial assets and professional relationships for community development in New York, and is a principal consultant at CSolutions, a corporate communications strategy and training firm. Born and raised in the Caribbean, she received her B.A. in Political Science and Communications from Queens College and her M.S. in Communications from Brooklyn College.

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