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Crossline Community Church Located in Mission Viejo, CA. A Worshipping community experiencing the power of the Holy Spirit. JP Jones is the founding Senior Pastor.
19 May 2008
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Crossline Community Church Located in Mission Viejo, CA. A Worshipping community experiencing the power of the Holy Spirit. JP Jones is the founding Senior Pastor.
19 May 2008
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Crossline Community Church Located in Mission Viejo, CA. A Worshipping community experiencing the power of the Holy Spirit. JP Jones is the founding Senior Pastor.
19 May 2008
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Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints addresses the question of whether the Church supports political candidates. For more information, visit 2007 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.
22 May 2008
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the United Parcel Service, and Atlanta-based CARE International shipped 142,000 pounds of medical and other supplies to Myanmar yesterday, to aid those affected by a recent cyclone. The Church provided the supplies, UPS provided the transportation and CARE International will oversee distribution in Myanmar. The relief effort was made possible by leaders of CARE International who have established relationships with Myanmar officials. CARE is one of the few agencies the local government has allowed in the country according to Garry Flake, LDS Humanitarian Emergency Response director. "The shipment includes items such as sterile gloves, stethoscopes, braces, splints, syringes, needles and alcohol pads," said Flake. "Anything found in an emergency room." In addition, 13,000 first-aid kits assembled by missionaries at the Provo, Utah, Missionary Training Center last November were also included in the supplies, as well as hygiene kits, tarps, plastic sheeting and blankets. The Church also provided additional funding more than a week ago for immediate purchases. Flake praised UPS leaders for their generous donation of the use of an MD-11 cargo jet, fuel, pilots and ground support in transporting the goods to Myanmar. "This kind of commitment on the part of UPS speaks volumes about its leaders and their vision of how we can work together to make the world a better place," said Flake. UPS will deploy a supply chain expert to Thailand to coordinate with the United Nations' logistics emergency teams already there to ensure that supplies are delivered to those in need. UPS employees will also assist CARE International's operation in Thailand by assembling the supplies into packages that can be distributed directly to families. "When you are putting together this kind of shipment, you are taking that which is relevant and that which will get to the end of the line," Flake said. 2008 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.
3 Dec 2008
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April 2008 World Report Segment In one of his first official acts as President of the Church, Thomas S. Monson dedicated the Rexburg Idaho Temple on February 10, 2008. In the South Pacific kingdom of Tonga, the temple in Nuku'Alofa has reopened after a complete renovation. This temple in Tonga serves 41,000 Latter-day Saints throughout the islands of the Pacific. And in Central America, the First Presidency has announced the construction of a new temple in San Salvador, El Salvador. There are currently two operating temples in Central America. The temple overlooks the campus of Brigham Young University--Idaho, and with its brilliant finish of white quartz, it can be seen for miles on Rexburg Hill. On the day of its dedication, a cornerstone ceremony was led by President Monson, who was joined by others who represent some 47,000 Latter-day Saints in the surrounding area. The Rexburg Idaho Temple is the 125th temple built by the Church worldwide. For more information, visit 2008 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.
22 May 2008
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Cowboy Bebop - Church Showdown
12 Oct 2009
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This is the Greek Orthodox Saint Andrew's Church in Patra Greece.
29 May 2008
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This is a parade outside of the Dionysus Church on the day of its celebration.
9 Feb 2009
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April 2008 World Report Segment The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has joined the effort to improve the health and well-being of people in Africa by helping in the fight to eradicate measles. As recently as eight years ago, measles caused nearly 400 thousand deaths each year in Africa. The Church was approached in 2003 by the American Red Cross—it was in a partnership with the United Nations, World Health Organization and several other organizations—if we would financially support a measles vaccination movement. So from then until now we have provided financial support, but even more importantly we've had thousand of members of the Church involved in helping with these campaigns. Latter-day Saint volunteers have turned out to serve in many areas where measles devastate communities. And the results are measurable. In all of these countries, what they've done is been able to reach more than 90 percent of the target population. So we have seen the incidence of measles drop substantially around the world in the years that the Church has been involved. John Braxton: "Fortunately. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the American Red Cross and other non-governmental organizations have come together to assist the local Red Cross organization, Red Cross and Red Crescent organization, to reach out to their own people. Therefore we've created the greatest of all partnerships. We've got local people who live in this country heading and leading and directing. While on the other hand you have outside people who have a true and genuine interest in overcoming the measles problem that exists." Overall, the number of deaths by measles has fallen dramatically in Africa, with 91 percent fewer deadly cases reported since the year 2000. Worldwide, the Church has assisted in bringing vaccinations to nearly 200 million children. In Africa, it's estimated that 360 thousand lives have been saved. 2008 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.
29 May 2008
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April 2008 World Report Segment On February 25th, 2008, the Church announced the establishment of a new imprint for publishing works that relate to the origin and growth of the Church. The first project by the Church Historian's Press is The Joseph Smith Papers. This comprehensive series of journals, letters, legal documents, and business papers chronicles the life of Joseph Smith. When finished, this project will include more than 30 volumes. The first three volumes are scheduled for publication later this year and will include Joseph Smith's early journals. The project has gained the endorsement of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, a division of the National Archives. This provides an important approval for scholars who wish to independently evaluate the history of the Church. In time, the published volumes are expected to be made available in their entirety through the Web site 2008 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.
29 May 2008
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Elder Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles explains that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day has a long record of not interfering with public officials. 2007 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.
29 May 2008
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Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles addresses what The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints political neutrality statement means for Mormons. 2007 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.
29 May 2008
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Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints explains that Jesus Christ is central to Mormon worship services. For more information, visit 2007 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.
10 Nov 2008
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For more, read Politico: *******www.politico**** Father Michael Pfleger racially mocks Hillary Clinton from the pulpit of Barack Obama’s church.
30 May 2008
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April 2008 World Report Segment On Sunday, February 3, 2008, President Thomas S. Monson was set apart as the 16th President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The announcement was made to the assembled media at Church Headquarters in Salt Lake City, Monday, February 4th. For more information, visit 2008 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.
30 May 2008
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