Burger King’s 2 for $4 Breakfast Sausage & Egg Croissants with no Cheese Mixups, Gila Bend, Arizona

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Burger King’s 2 for $4 Breakfast Sausage & Egg Croissants with no Cheese Mixups, Gila Bend, Arizona Drive Thru, 6 June 2018 GOPR6516, Small Hash Brown

How Churches Can Address Hidden Feelings of Prejudice and Racism

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Jackie Hill Perry—writer, speaker, and artist—discusses how churches can seek to uproot sins of racism and insensitivity that can persist in a church: by creating a community that values the image of God in all people.
Editors’ note: We invite you to join the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission and The Gospel Coalition at a special event, “MLK50: Gospel Reflections from the Mountaintop,” taking place April 3–4, 2018, in Memphis, Tennessee.
Register today: www.MLK50conference.com.

Breaking: Christian historian thrown out of Jacksonville conference over Ravi Zacharias

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Christian Historian Says He Was Evicted from First Baptist Church of Jacksonville Conference Over Ravi Zacharias
By Warren Throckmorton

Historian and former Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary archivist Jim Lutzweiler attended the How Should We Then Pastor Conference for pastors held January 25-28 at First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, FL hoping to find out more about Ravi Zacharias. Zacharias received the Lindsay Award, an annual award given by the church. Lutzweiler attended a Q&A session the afternoon before Zacharias was slated to get his award (Jan. 28).

Lutzweiler told me he wanted to ask lead pastor Mac Brunson, “In this conference about how to pastor, how did you as a pastor deal with the question of Ravi’s phony credentials, sexting, and suicide email, and still retain him on the program?”

I too would like to know the answer to that question. Zacharias has numerous loose ends remaining but has gone quiet since his ministry issued incomplete statements about credentialing issues several weeks ago.

I Will Call Security
According to Lutzweiler, he attended a Q&A session where he intended to ask lead pastor Mac Brunson his question. However, he said Brunson’s son, Trey, got to him before the microphone did. Lutzweiler quoted Brunson as saying, “No, do not ask the question. If you do, I will call security.” Lutzweiler said he complied with that request.

After the Q&A, Lutzweiler said he went to the auditorium for the meeting during which Ravi Zacharias was to get an award. He told me he looked for a good seat:
I got one four rows back. Suddenly a security guard came to my seat and asked me to follow him. I did. When we got to the foyer, he said, ‘We want to ask you to leave. We understand you want to create a scene.’ I said, ‘What? I am not hear to create a scene, I just came to hear Ravi. In fact, I pointedly did NOT create a scene across the street during a Q&A when Trey asked me not to ask a question about Ravi. I politely consented to his request.’ I could quickly tell this made no difference, that they had a mandate to get me out of there without compromise (like sitting in the balcony 200 feet-or-so away from the platform). There were two other pistol-bearing guards right there, ready to haul me away.

I sent emails and a tweet to First Baptist Church of Jacksonville and Trey Brunson and asked for their side of this story. I received no response.

Jim Lutzweiler is a Baptist and wanted to raise issues which would no doubt have been inconvenient and uncomfortable but given the information available and recent media coverage were fair to raise. In particular, Lutzweiler wanted to know how Brunson evaluated the evidence which is very compelling. Apparently, if you follow this example, how pastors are supposed to pastor is to ignore such things; and have good security guards packing heat.

The Storm is Passing Over arr. Barbara W. Baker

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Music Sunday, May 11, 2014 at First Plymouth Church, Lincoln Nebraska. The Alleluia (K-2nd), Choristers (3rd-5th), Chorale (6th-12th), Te Deum, Cantorei, Plymouth Choir, Plymouth Ringers, Plymouth Brass Quintet, Summit Strings, Conductor Tom Trenney, Organist Christopher Marks.

SATANIST SPEAKS: “I Am The Lord Of Darkness…”

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Brace yourself for a shocking confession of a South African man brought up in the darkest, most bloodthirsty and devilish manner imaginable. Initiated through sodomy at a tender age into a satanic secret cult that thrived on human blood, he reveals the eerie secrets behind satanist tactics to deceive Christians, destroy souls and distort truth.

His incredible deliverance at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), after being exposed during a time of mass prayer with Prophet T.B. Joshua, is filled with important lessons of life, especially for those ignorant of satanic mechanisms at work today.

We advise you to watch prayerfully and carefully, knowing that the spiritual world is real and Jesus Christ has the victory.


Ronnie Reno & the Reno Tradition – Mr. Coachman

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Ronnie Reno & the Reno Tradition sing the Reno Brothers’ “Mr. Coachman” at RenoFest held in Hartsville, SC on March 24, 2012.
The Band:
Ronnie Reno – Guitar, Lead Vocal
Jackie Miller – Fiddle, Harmony Vocal
Mike Scott – Banjo
John Mayberry – Mandolin, Harmony Vocal
Robin Smith – Bass