Posts Tagged “california”
A Congresswoman helped a Texas teen, who is carrying a cross from his home state to Washington, D.C., get permits to display the giant cross in Lafayette Park across the street from the White House.
Helps bring hope and healing to hurting young women at Mercy Ministries Contact: Eve Annunziato, Mercy Ministries, 615-831-6987, [email protected] NASHVILLE, June 27, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — When California native Christina McCoy heard that Mercy Ministries was hosting a Run for Mercy 5K and Family Walk in her area, she knew right away that she wanted to be involved in a big way. After all, McCoy says her time at Mercy transformed her life
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to review the Mt.
Off with Jani for a week of vacation in California after church tomorrow. So, light blogging ahead. Thank you for clicking in. Thank you for your interest. I hope you are served. God be with you. But while we’re on the subject of California, I plan on hitting the closest Winchell’s Donuts when I get Light blogging, heavy weight is a post from: Ray Ortlund
Given that the annual boastathon is already underway, I thought I would set the ball rolling here at Reformation21.This summer I will be reading . . .
I don’t often read The Southern Seminary Magazine but recently I came across some notes I had taken on an article from all the way back in 2006.
A ruling Tuesday by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals leaves backers of California’s Proposition 8 only one more avenue for appeal—the U.S. Supreme Court.
Exodus International issued a clarification Tuesday to refute reports that it is a reparative therapy organization. The Christian group asserts that its main focus is not to change a person’s sexual orientation.
A California church led by a gay pastor has sponsored a billboard erected in North Carolina, apologizing to the gay community about that state’s recent constitutional ban on gay marriage and civil unions.
Charles Colson’s memorial service includes a call to fill his shoes