Extractions: The Congregation of YHWH welcomes all people who are interested in seeking Truth (a field of study most are uncomfortable with) and/or who want to worship with us at YHWH's appointed times. For more information, please read the FAQ and Beliefs sections. We are not out to recruit, solicit money or put fear or guilt into anyone. We don't pass a collection plate nor beg or plead for money in any way. We aren't out to build buildings and monuments. We only want to help build up the body of Messiah. We love, worship and study about Yahweh and His son Yahshua. We extend a hand to you to seek Truth with us and join us in fellowship. You will never be pressured to believe what some of us may believe. We do not claim to have a grasp on all truth, but feel that we get just a little closer each day we try. Only YHWH's Ruach (Spirit) can draw a man to the Truth. We seek to be led by that same Spirit! Occasionally we meet at a different location than the one listed above. If you would like to come study and worship with us please
Application Error District web site contains information for both laity and clergy, values and mission statements, calendars, news and ministry details, missions, http://www.philanaz.org/
Extractions: Petersen, Ayers-Stamper Win GNAC Multis Mens Final is Close, SPU Freshman Rolls to Womens Victory Monmouth Danielle Ayers-Stamper of Seattle Pacific and Chris Petersen of Central Washington are the 2003 Great Northwest Athletic Conference combined events champions. Ayers-Stamper, a freshman from Seattle Pacific, had little resistance in rolling to the heptathlon title. After holding a 440-point lead after day one, she won two of the three events on Friday at McArthur Field to cruise to a final seven-event tally of 5,024. Her teammate, fellow freshman Linda Blake took second place with 4,163 points. For Central Washingtons Petersen, winning the decathlon was much more difficult. Seattle Pacifics Chris Randolph made a late rush to place second, winning the 10-event final 1,500 meters with a time of 4:32. Still Petersens 4:39.29 and final total of 6,334 points held ground on Randolphs 6,242. Western Oregons Brandon Conroy was just 22 points behind at 6,220 for third place.
Extractions: In The Spot Light at Portland First Church of The Nazarene Upward Basketball is coming soon to PFCN! This basketball league for kids focuses on self-esteem, character, and Christ! Click here for more details about this new league! MOPS is starting soon! If you are the mother of a child age 5 or younger, this is your place to grow and be encouraged! Details here Alpha The fall sesion of Alpha begins Sep. 21.
Extractions: Calvert, AL 36513 See Map SCHEDULE OF SERVICES SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship 10:45 A.M. Evening Worship 6:00 P.M. WEDNESDAY Bible Study - Ministries 7:00 P.M. Thought for Today: document.write(thoughttext) Pastor James Gates e-mail var first = 'ma'; var second = 'il'; var third = 'to:'; // example: user554554 var address = 'tips'; // example: hotmail var domain = 'bravenet'; var ext = 'com'; document.write(''); document.write('CONTACT WEB MANAGER!');
Extractions: UPDATES Welcome back for another great season of Tiger XC hopefully this year with the Men's team fully reloaded with only one runner who made it to NAIA's (all-conference/region runner Doug Swanson) returning from last years squad the team can return to Dominance in the Region 7 meet. As far as the ladies, baring any unforseen problems they add Bethany McCoy to their team that took 13th at last years National meet. Look for the ladies to turn heads in the Nation this year! Watch out America the tigers are on the prowl!! grrrr Enjoy! http://www.freewebs.com/onuresults/
Kansas District Quizzing This site is for children and teens. Designed for quizzers, coaches and parents to receive information about this program, results, quiz locations, questions, and register for teams is available. http://ksquiz.com
Extractions: Mount Vernon, OH 43050 The MVNU golf team has had tremendous success in recent years. The Cougars made their third trip to the NAIA National Tournament in 2003 and won the American Mideast Conference/NAIA Region IX Tournament. MVNU also won the National Christian College Athletic Association Invitational Tournament in 1994.
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Extractions: Mount Vernon, OH 43050 The Cougar baseball program has earned the reputation as one of the finest small college programs in the Midwest. MVNU has had 16 players signed by major league teams, while also winning eleven conference titles and an unprecedented five National Christian College Athletic Association national titles, including three straight (1995-1997). Over the past eleven years, the Cougars have compiled a 409-150 mark (.732 winning percentage) while making the school's first two trips to the NAIA World Series in 1997 and 2004.
Www.jolietnaz.org Joliet. Worship schedule, contact information and ministries. http://www.jolietnaz.org
Extractions: Welcome Who We Are Ministries Adults ... Calendar Home Welcome Joliet First Church of the Nazarene, located 20 miles southwest of Chicago, is a Community of Hope for all people in the Joliet area. At our church, our doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds, regardless of where you are on your spiritual journey. For directions, click here and enter your location. Sunday Services and Events 9:00 am Sunday Worship Music Rehearsal 9:30 am Bible Fellowship Groups 10:45 am Morning Celebration Service 4:45 pm Celebation Choir Rehearsal 4:45 pm 6:00 pm Evening Celebration Service Wednesday Evening 7:00 pm Nxt Generation Youth Service (teens) 7:00 pm Adult Prayer and Praise (college age and up) 7:00 pm Caravans (children) 8:15 pm Sunday Worship Music Rehearsal
Extractions: Who Are the Nazarenes? Home Group Leaders Home Group Study Guide LATEST NEWS GROUNDBREAKING - Sunday, September 11th The official groundbreaking on our new children's ministry building will take place on Sunday, September 11th at 9:45am. The ceremony will begin in the sanctuary and then move out to the building site. For those who do not desire to be outside on the grounds, the ceremony will be available for viewing on the screen in the sanctuary. We will joined by representatives from the architectural firm, general contractor, and financial institution assisting us with the project. 24-Hour Prayer Vigil This Weekend In preparation for our Groundbreaking weekend, we are observing a 24-hour prayer vigil where the sanctuary will be open from 6pm Friday (Sep. 9) to 6pm Saturday (Sep. 10). You can come at any time day or night and spend a few moments in prayer. People will be here to guide you and provide several helpful prayer activities.