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Jaylan Crout puts his stamp on the praise team's rendition of "How Great is Our God." This 6-year-old drummer represents the future of drumming
21 May 2018
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In a village in the Orsegi National Park, in the Vadàsa lake, peat moss neighborhood, near the Saint Martin's Pilgrimage Route, near the ancient „Via Sucinaria”; there is an early medieval church in the village. The guest house is authentically restored, century-old farmhouse near to the Vadása lake. The guest house can accomodate large families; we can host disabled guests in specially equipped rooms. Parking in the property. Category: 4 sunflowers; Occupancy: 8; Additional beds: 6. 1) „Bedroom”: double bedroom with the possibility of adding 2 extra beds with bathroom, kitchen. 2) "Little bedroom": for two people with bathroom, kitchen. 3) "Barrier-free apartment": Barrier-free double + the possibility of adding 2 extra beds with specially equipped bathroom. 4) "Courtyard Room": apartment for two persons + the possibility of adding 2 extra beds with bathroom. Common room: fully equipped kitchen with dining-lounge area. All apartments have television and internet access. The guest house has a dishwasher, an electric oven, refrigerators, washing machines and ironing equipment. Panoramic view, large garden with old trees near the riverside, surrounded by hills.
20 May 2018
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“You are My Lord” “വിസ്മയ സഹിതം കബറു പൊലിഞ്ഞു…” മനോഹരമായാ ഈ ക്രിസ്ത്യൻ ഗാനം presented by കളേർഡ് ഷാഡോസ് & Arranged, Composed & Conducted by, Ref. Fr. John Samuel (April 6th 2018 at Ras Al Khaimah, 310 vocalists from various churches across UAE enjoined under ONE roof, To sing & celebrate His Resurrection!)
18 May 2018
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Square Big Size Chandelier Installed by Jhoomarwala team at Grand Banquet Hall Pvt Ltd Chembur Mumbai. Buy big size (double height) chandelier for big projects such as church, mosque, temple, hotel, restaurants and banquet halls. Buy Maharaja chandelier online at best prices!
18 May 2018
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Dear Sir / Madam,  Two Hungarian Catholic NGO’s analyzes of the Orban regime (Hungary, European Union): The Orban regime is not a Christian Democrat, but heretical hermetic gnostic. Gnosticism has already infiltrated the relatively more significant layer of the Hungarian society, which has been integrated into almost every area of life. Maximum the government can be dismissed, but the fidesz-gnosis is not, and if the regime remains as a background backup, the whole story will restart sooner or later. Our efforts alone are not sufficient. Hungary needs help because it will not be solved by itself. We are afraid that if the process can not be stopped, Hungary will be lost not only for Christianity, but also for Europe and for the cultural world as well. Only publicity can help Hungary, please help our work. Please pray for the Church of Jesus Christ, the Seamless robe of our Lord, help. Yours faithfully, Two Hungarian Catholic NGOs: Magyar Földért Közhasznú Egyesület (NGO) Regina Patrona Hungariae Közhasznú Egyesület (NGO)
15 May 2018
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The God & Work course is 100% Bible-based and intentionally non-denominational in appeal. The workshops have been given in a range of church settings - from the traditional Baptist church in Houston Texas, evangelical churches in Europe and community church groups in Africa.
15 May 2018
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The charming village of Ein Karem, situated on the western slopes of Jerusalem, is a popular destination for both pilgrims and locals alike, with its churches and monasteries, romantic cafes and restaurants, and green hills perfect for hiking. The site is known as far back as the time of the prophet Jeremiah, who exhorted the children of the tribe of Benjamin to “set up a signal-fire in Beit ha-Kerem” as foreign invaders were approaching Jerusalem. Yet for Christian pilgrims, Ein Karem has special significance as the home town of Zechariah and Elizabeth, the parents of John the Baptist, and the place of the Visitation, where Mary the mother of Jesus visited her cousin Elizabeth before John’s birth.
11 May 2018
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Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation also known as the Church of St. Gabriel or St. Gabriel's Greek Orthodox Church, is an Eastern Orthodox church in Nazareth, Israel. Likely first established in Byzantine-era Palaestina Prima, it was rebuilt during the time of the Crusades, and again in the 18th century under the rule of Zahir al-Umar, the Arab governor of the Galilee.
11 May 2018
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The Wedding Church is located in the city of Cana, also known as Kafr Kanna in modern times. Kafr Kanna (Cana) is a small Galilean about five miles northeast of Nazareth on highway 154. Both Muslims and Christians make up its population of 8500 people. Kafr Kanna is thought to be the Biblical Cana, the city in which Jesus Christ performed his first miracle by turning water into wine at a wedding. Like many sacred sites in Israel, the actual place Jesus turned water into wine is disputed. The historical location of the Biblical Cana may never be known for certain. However, Kafr Kanna has more evidence for being the actual place of the first miracle of Jesus Christ.
11 May 2018
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Mensa Christi is a Franciscan church in Nazareth that was built in the year 1861 which contains a chalk rock which is believed to be the rock which Jesus ate with his disciples after He has risen. Mensa Christi is located in a small alley above the church district of the old city in Nazareth. It is a walking distance from all of the other church in the area. Many pilgrims have visited the church as they believed it to be the site of the rock. As of today, the church is locked but still pilgrims and visitors can still visit.
11 May 2018
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True to its name Mount Olives is covered with ancient olive trees during the biblical time in one of the mountains of Mount Zion in the northern part which shows the direct view to the old City, the Kidron Valley and the City of David. Mount Olives is the place where Jesus has encouraged his disciples and has given those instructions on what to do after He will be crucified. Mount Zion is close to many historical places and churches.
11 May 2018
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Orthodox Church at Capernaum is built in the middle of the ruins of the ancient Roman village of Capernaum. Around the church the remains of the village have not yet been excavated, unlike the synagogue of Capernaum and the buildings around it. The village was established in the Hellenistic period, and was designed according to that period's urban design of straight lines. Capernaum prospered in the Roman and Byzantine periods. The Orthodox Church is located on the eastern side of the ruined village, the home town of Jesus.
11 May 2018
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St. Peter’s Church Tiberias is Catholic Church which is next to a monastery in Tiberias, a town on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee, in the Lower Galilee, in northern District of Israel. Much historical drama is found within these walls. This rare Crusader church – administered by Koinonia Giovanni Battista, a Catholic community based in Italy – has a roof shaped like an upturned boat, a nod to St. Peter, Galilee fisherman. The Crusaders founded St. Peter’s Church Tiberias in the early twelfth century as a Cathedral for the episcopal see, as suffragan to the Bishop of Nazareth.
11 May 2018
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Jaffa is known to be the fishing port adjacent to Tel Aviv. Church of St. Peter, which, for more than 100 years, was the first glimpse pilgrims traveling by sea caught of the Holy Land. It is by far the tallest and most notable building in Old Jaffa, which means that like their predecessors, contemporary pilgrims traveling by bus across Israel are likely to know they've arrived in Jaffa when they see it. Built in the 17th century over the ruins of a medieval fortress, the Franciscan church here was destroyed more than once in the 18th century. The current building was dedicated in 1894. Its interior design was meant to mimic a European cathedral with stained glass windows, marble walls and high ceilings.
11 May 2018
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Stella Maris is latin for “Star of the Sea”. It refers not to the magnificent view, but rather to an early title accorded Mary, the mother of Jesus. The monastery is the world headquarters of a Catholic religious order of friars and nuns, the Carmelites. The order had its origins at the end of the 12th century when St Berthold, a Frenchman who had gone to the Holy Land as a Crusader, had a vision of Christ denouncing the evil done by soldiers. In the garden of Stella Maris Church, a monument is dedicated to wounded French soldiers who were killed by the Mamluk governor Ahmed Pasha el-Jazzar after Napoleon withdrew in 1799.
11 May 2018
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