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Sabbath Day: Haunting Harlem

For several months now my Thursday sabbath post has been a capstone to a week of reading literature from a different countries. Though I had intended to read two short novels and a short story collection from India this week, there was neither time for fun reading nor did it seem appropriate for my attention to have been anywhere but on my own country and our present crisis. 841 more words

Sabbath Plans

In awe

We got a letter from our new Minister today.
“Dear Crystal and Rose!
You brought so much light and joy on Sunday. Thank you for finding us and being with us. 61 more words

Ocean Heights Presbyterian Church

So on Sunday we visited a new church. After our previous experience I was, understandably, apprehensive. After mass we spoke to the Reverend, who is openly gay! 118 more words

Cherubim, Table for Bread, Golden Lampstand (Exodus 25:1-22)

On Sunday, June 21, 2015, the Adult Sunday School class reviewed the remainder of Exodus 25 regarding the ark of the covenant, the mercy seat, the table for bread, and the lampstand. 244 more words


Kenneth Stewart Sermon - Living & Dying For Christ

A large video collection of classic hymns, contemporary Praise and Worship songs, and the works (audio books, devotional readings, and sermons) of men greatly used of God, such as: Charles Spurgeon, Jonathan Edwards, A.W. 158 more words

The Tabernacle, the Ark and the Mercy Seat (Exodus 25:1-22)

On Sunday, June 14, 2015, the Adult Sunday School class reviewed Exodus 25:1-22 related to the tabernacle.

Verses 8-9 are significant because they highlight the two main attributes of the tabernacle. 262 more words


Baseball coach of the year: Larry Nesbitt


Why chosen: Nesbitt’s Lions captured the school’s first state baseball championship, winning the Class AA title by sweeping through the bracket. CPA closed out a 32-10 season with a 2-1 win over Knoxville Catholic in the state final. 68 more words