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Library services to special populations such as people with disabilities, LGBTQ, military, church libraries
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...Services for Special Populations The field of library services is rapidly expanding and growing in this digital age. While one would think that libraries are a thing of the past, this is simply not the reality. It is true that more and more information is now being located online, but this is simply shifting the role of librarians from more of a physical to a virtual presence. That being said, it is increasingly becoming difficult to service the needs of certain special populations because of their unique requirements, the lack of staff training, and a constantly changing need to get accurate and timely information to individuals from all walks of life. It is important, therefore, to study... ? Library...
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Research a contemporary church community
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...church leadership positions are regarded as elective positions and a number of decisions are presented to a vote prior to their implementation. The decision-making and voting procedure is mostly based on a two-tier arrangement. It comprises a council, which is made up of seven senior men, and the voting membership which is made up of all the married males (Hostetler 24). The council votes for substantial decisions and, if enacted, the decision is forwarded to the voting membership. Hutterites attend a church service...      Research a Contemporary Church Community Hutterites are a collective section of Anabaptists who, in a similar way as the Mennonites and Amish, trace their origins to the Radical...
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Research a contemporary church community
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...church leadership positions are regarded as elective positions and a number of decisions are presented to a vote prior to their implementation. The decision-making and voting procedure is mostly based on a two-tier arrangement. It comprises a council, which is made up of seven senior men, and the voting membership which is made up of all the married males (Hostetler 24). The council votes for substantial decisions and, if enacted, the decision is forwarded to the voting membership. Hutterites attend a church service...      Research a Contemporary Church Community Hutterites are a collective section of Anabaptists who, in a similar way as the Mennonites and Amish, trace their origins to the Radical...
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Church Growth ideas which can be applied to Churches that i have encounted
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...services twice a week, on Sunday and Friday. The church offers pastoral care to its congregation to help them with the various challenges of life as well as strengthen their faith. Among the strong holds of the church is the prayerful nature of the church. Through its various ministries the church has been able to bring many people to Christ. Growth of the church is not a one time thing, but rather takes a process before the people receive the calling and receive the gospel. Thus, churches not having instant growth should have faith in God and wait for their faith to be...
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Church service: service marketing
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...Service marketing (EXCITE Church) Executive summery This is a case study analysis about EXCITE Church which is located in Melbourne, Australia. Thecharge is founded by the nearby university student and positioned as youth’s church. It has been facing financial and oper4ational constraints due to inefficiency of its. This case analysis has developed possible new strategies based on the current challenges and the opportunities it has in that location. So, the overall study is about the repositioning of the church to overcome its present several constraints. Table of Content 1Introduction 4 2Industry overview 5 3Overview of the organization 5 4Current positioning 6 4.1Key functions 6 4.2 Source...
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Relationships in the Church of Christ
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...Church of Christ in San Jose, CA. in consolidating and uniting the congregation that is defined by its diversity in terms of language and culture. The scope of the thesis would include the study of Church of Christ, incorporating various factors like: organization of church services, integration of funds, language barriers, translation of sermons, communication between the eldership and deacons, individual thoughts of leaders, how scripture defines leadership roles etc., which determine the impact... Mexican and African-American Relations in the Church of Christ American society can be defined by its multi-cultural essence that incorporates a widevariety of nationals living together in harmony. The...
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Church
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...Church, not yet necessarily on doctrinal grounds, but on cultural ones. Whether "Hellenists" means Jews who spoke Greek or Jews who live in a more secular Greek fashion (Fitzmyer 347), the difference between them came down to language, and especially language used in liturgy (Pervo 154), and especially to one important point: Jews who used the Septuagint as their scripture and Jews who used the Peshitta as their scripture. The very ability to understand the language of the scriptures and liturgical service would most likely have... An Exegesis of Acts 6 6 6 Now during those days, when the disciples were increasing in number, the Hellenists complained against the Hebrews because their widows were being...
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Relationships between African Americans and Latinos in the Church of Christ
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...church in the context of race (Lamb, 221) Very Important Important Marginally Important Not Important Irrelevant Very Irrelevant How much is the influence of church in the context of socio economic differences Very Important Important Marginally Important Not Important Irrelevant Very Irrelevant How much is the organization of church services important to you Very Important Important Marginally Important Not Important Irrelevant Very Irrelevant How much is the integration of funds important to you Very Important Important Marginally Important Not Important Irrelevant Very Irrelevant... QUESTIONNAIRE: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND LATINOS IN THE CHURCH OF CHRIST...
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Critically discuss the missional strategies used by 21st century church growth practitioners, showing how models adopted are connected to early Christianity
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...church has a great interest in the internet. The use of media has become the easiest and fastest way to communicate and give information to people within large geographic regions. The mass media has been used to post the church services; churches have been posting their services and schedules online, in bulletins and other forms. Churches also post quotes from pastors. These quotes have been beneficial to the people who view them and this expands the church (Sogaard, 1993). There has also been the creation of blogs for the churches. People in different churches blog about the sermons and services, which gets them informed and expand the church, by reaching to those who read the blogs... MISSIONAL...
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The Theology of the Emerging Church
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...churches more, it is paramount to conducts a study aimed at forming literature review of this research study. The use of past materials, secondary sources, will guide this research study in unraveling how emerging churches have affected theology greatly. Since the creation of the world, people have chosen at least one form of worship. In ancient times, traditional forms of worship were so much common. However, at the dawn of civilization, people started adopting new forms of worship in form of denominations. Coincidentally, with very many emerging churches, the participants of these denominations laid down a framework of their services... ? The Theology of the Emerging Church Thesis ment At the beginning ...
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Difficult time for the catholic church in USA
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...church. Sullins noted that in 1966, one active priest in US was assigned a congregation of 1100 members. Surprisingly, in 2000, this figured has raised to one priest for every 2200 church members. The ration of the priests to the worshipers had halved within this period and the projections indicate that this ration was expected to decline even further. A small priest to believers ration points out that it will be impossible for the church to sufficiently provide religious service for its members. The shortage of priest has become a crisis that has... ? DIFFICULT TIME FOR THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN USA College: Difficult Time for the Catholic Church in USA The 21st century has been a challenging moment for...
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When Faith Meets HIV/AIDS: A Black Church Prevention Approach
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...services are contributory factors to the spread of the epidemic” (“A Social Justice Approach” 1). Thus, the existence of socio-economic problems should not be ignored, when designing programs that aim to resolve the AIDS epidemic. The responsibility of the Black church in HIV prevention is not something new, but it is in the process of being refined and expanded, particularly due to the existing barriers in engaging African American congregations in HIV/AIDS prevention programs. In “Keeping... 11 October When Faith Meets HIV/AIDS: A Black Church Prevention Approach One of the dominant manifestations of racial disparity in the United States is the incidence of AIDS/HIV rates among racial minorities....
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Definitional argumentative (both) essay--are all Americans that attend Sunday Church Christians
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...church Christians? Lecturer presentation All Americans that attend Sunday church are Christians. Christianity a major religion in the world has specific practices and traditions, and attending Sunday church service is among them. Christianity is a religion composed of believers who follow the teachings of Jesus Christ (Bruce, 2000, p39). The tradition of attending church service originates from the Christianity teachings in Genesis, during creation. According to Barth (1979, p21) God made His creations in six days and on the seventh day, He rested. Christian critics have debated on the role of the Sabbath day and what Christians should do during the day... ? Topic: Are all Americans that attend Sunday...
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Alphonsus Church
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...Church, for public art projects as based of its distinctive and visual characteristics. Development architectures and raised landscape patterns and gathering points and narratives that contribute towards: Short-term projects which are in relation to the public services, facilities of the community and the available local infrastructure. Long-term strategies detailing the town design and capital improvements meant to shape and reshape both private and public development. Instances for artists to get involved in the design of any natural... 1. Introduction Alphonsus Church is a Roman Catholic Church that was made of stone and concrete, and constructed on a high-leveled ground overlooking directly to the ...
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Mormon Church
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...services at a Mormon church. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is most commonly known as the Mormon Church. The name comes from an ancient prophet that made a record of a civilization that lived in the Americas hundreds of years before Jesus lived on earth. According to this prophet, Jesus eventually visited people in the Americas after his death in Jerusalem. The Book of Mormon is a collection of the writings of the prophets from the American continent. After Jesus visited these people, they wrote about their history and hid their stories in the ground. In the 1800’s a man named Joseph Smith was told to dig up these records... and to translate them. That is where the Book of...
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Why did the early church grow so rapidly and what impact did this success have on the church
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...churches in almost all parts of world. The good-looking and definite structure of traditional churches as well contributed to extensive expansion of churches. Christian churches have a definite hierarchy that incorporates church elders, deacons, bishops, and archbishops. Churches issues were discusses by all players in the church including the church followers. Church elders directly represented the interest of the ordinary Christian followers. On the other hand, the structures of the churches were different from structures in other religions. There was no restriction in the attendance of church services compared to other religious beliefs. Bible... ?WHY DID THE EARLY CHURCH GROW SO RAPIDLY AND WHAT...
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St George's Church, Schenectady, NY
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...church where anyone is welcome. The area, though greatly connected by businesses and residents to the community of Schenectady, seems set apart as a different time and place. It becomes easy to imagine the smaller church body of the past, where members worked hard to bring in others and socialize after services for many hours. References Hanson, Willis T. Jr. A History of St. Georges Church in the City of Schenectady. Schenectady: Willis Hanson. 1919. St. George’s Episcopal Church, online. 26 July, 2007. ... 1 Founded in 1735, St George’s Episcopal Church is located in the Stockade district of Schenectady, NY. The Stockade district is...
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Trinity Church, Boston
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...church houses up to 3,000 families who share its four services every Sunday. On special occasions, as many as 5,000 adherents have been known to flock into the church for such services as the nativity and new year celebrations (Fletcher, 122). Influence of the Project The Trinity Church in Boston was thrust into the international limelight in 1885 when it was voted the most important building in he United States. It was to be recognized later as one of “The Ten Most Significant Buildings in the United States... Trinity Church, Boston Figure Trinity Church, Boston 1872-77 designed by Richardson (Picture Courtesy of American Institute of Architects Association) Introduction The Trinity Church in Bos...
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The Westboro Baptist Church
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...Church members take part in every day picketing in Topeka and tours all over the country to picket the memorial services of gay victims of gay-bashing, gay victims of murder, or individuals who have perished from complex situations associated to AIDS. They have also protested in events linked to homosexuality and live pop events. As of 2009, the Westboro...      The Westboro Baptist Church The Westboro Baptist Church is an independent Baptist church in America identified for its radical ideas, particularly those not in favor of gay individuals. The religious group is largely perceived as a group that promotes hate and is scrutinized as such by the Southern Poverty Law Center and Anti-Defamation League....
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Anxiety and depression
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...church going older people is high as compared to the church going children since problems of the children are different as compared to the old people. I agree with all of them. My personal life experiences help illuminate on agreement on the findings of the research, since when attend church services, I feel closer to people who give me hope, help me in solving my problems that range from finances to social problems. In the church, I am assured of a new close relation which is the church even in case where my relatives are far away from me. Church is highly important in...
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Orthodox Church
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...Church, but it was also offered to the Roman Church. Despite of the numerous controversies about the important of brother's mission to Orthodox Church, their contribution to the Slavic culture and church history cannot be underestimated. Cyril and Methodius both rendered important services to Byzantine Empire and were sent by the Emperor and the Patriarch on the responsible mission to Moravia. It is apparent that the beginnings of the Russian Christianity coincide in time with the Moravian mission... The Byzantine mission led by Constantine (Cyril) the Philosopher and his brother Methodius was the turning point in the historical and cultural development of the Slavs. Since that time, the Slavs have...
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Christian Church in the Middle Ages
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...church began upon the fall of the Roman Empire. The Catholic Church was the only source of moral authority during the middle ages. The head of the Catholic Church at the time was, just like today, the Pope. Members of the church believed that the Pope represented Jesus spiritually on earth. Under the Pope were cardinals, archbishops, bishops and local priests who were in direct contact with the populace. The pope and the archbishops only presided in important occasions. Normal services were the obligations of the local priest under instructions from the Bishops. The major role of the...
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Church of Scientology
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...churches and organizations all geared towards encouraging the use and distribution of Scientology and related practices. The first Church of Scientology was built-in in Camden, New Jersey as a non-profit organization in 1953. The Scientology operations list reports over 300 missions, carrying basic Dianetics and Scientology services in 50 countries globally. A Scientology... Church of Scientology The Church of Scientology is the leading group dedicated to the practice and the endorsement of the Scientology belief structure. The Church of Scientology International is the main church of the Scientology religion and is accountable for the general clerical management, distribution and circulation of...
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The Catholic Church in Ireland
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...Church preached the doctrine of forgiveness, a move that was found to be a profoundly liberating idea among the masses; and emphasis on self-sacrifice. In difficult times, brothers, nuns and priests provided the people with social services, a task which was beyond the state (Bruton T.D, 2006).8 The Church came in for a lot of criticism when the church began to force its influence on the secular state by following political movements and ideologies of the 19th and 20th centuries; for the creation of a Catholic Ireland. The clergy had the support of the majority of Irish public opinion and politicians of the time... The constitution of the Republic of Ireland and the special position of the Catholic...
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Compare and contrast the regional variations that are prevalent in the Romanesque Church architecture of Lombardy, Germany and the Low Countries, and Tuscany Give examples
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...church services and were relatively incombustible. However, they failed in offering light. Differences One of the notable difference between the Romanesque architecture of Germany and the Low Countries, Lombardy and Tuscany was the materials employed in construction. The churches in Tuscany betrayed the influence of the Byzantine traditions and were built with colored and white marble... The similarities and differences between the Romanesque Church architecture of Germany and the Low Countries, Lombardy and Tuscany. Background The Romanesque architecture refers to the architecture that was prevalent in Europe in the late years of the 10th Century and later evolved to the Gothic style of the 12th centur...
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Cover letter
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...church services ever since December 2000 and worked in various capacities. These positions helped me in several ways to not only learn to be a disciplined staff member but also to organize teams, lead events and interact with the public in a productive manner. In other words, I am comfortable in managing colleagues and customers in order to produce a high level of competence in services, and satisfaction among customers. I believe that these traits are essential for the advertised post in restaurant services. That I have been successful so far in my endeavors is indicated by the steady progress in my career with the present employers. After... address) Dear Sir/Madam, Ref: Covering Letter: Application ...
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Local Church Leader And Funerals
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...Church Leader And Funerals Introduction: Funerals and weddings are some of the major rituals in the contemporary society whereby virtually everybody participates in them. Both of these rituals involve family members, and both of these rituals are also held within the church. Unlike wedding ceremonies, funerals are not always anticipated, or are they planned for. Funerals normally come suddenly, and they give the grieved a little time to prepare for them. Family members and friends who are always overwhelmed by grieve, are only inclined to follow the traditions and customs regarding the planning of a funeral service1. Scholar denotes that funeral...
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CPP Model Development
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...church for Bible discussions. The pastor will hold one-hour daily morning devotions between Monday and Friday. The time for morning devotion will be between 00600h and 00700h. The church hall will be open on Saturdays from 00700h to 2200h for the believers who want to hold private prayers. The pastor will be available for consultation on church-related matters on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1600h to 2000h. The church will host free guidance and cancelling services for people of all ages on Saturdays between 1400h and 1900h at the church’s guidance and counselling unit. Music style The starter recognises the fact that different people... CPP MODEL DEVELOPMENT Introduction The establishment of missional...
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Martin Luther and his Theology on Worship in the Church during the Reformation
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...church services. Luther reiterates that he strongly desired that there are “as many songs as possible in the vernacular which the people could sing during... ?Martin Luther’s Theology of Music and the Reformation of Faith for Protestants . Even before Martin Luther (1483-1546) was excommunicated from the Catholic Church, he cherished and furthered revolutionary ideas of worship and liturgy in the church. Luther’s position and contributions to music cannot be understood apart from his reformation theology. He believed that five major changes had to happen to return liturgy from a tradition-based one to a Christocentric one. Luther also prized congregational worship and Bible-based liturgy over the...
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Women in the Black Church
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...Churches men often took over the leadership positions while women held themselves responsible for all the rest of the major roles. Name it and it was there. May it be the schooling arena or any other social or domestic service; women were always there to play their part. This was primarily in line with the spiritual inspiration that these women had associated with the contemporary churches. It was however strictly observed that women did not occupy any key positions in the preaching activities in the church itself. Every time the church would gather only women would be observed... of the of the of the Women in the Black Church THESIS MENT: Many African American Women have experienced discrimination in...
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CONCERT REPORT
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...Church and the pontifical personas who govern the religious sector during this time, specifically the early fathers, were very meticulous and strict with regards to the type of music being played for church services as well as in the societal grounds, “…because of the domination of the early Catholic Church during this period, sacred music was the most prevalent.” 2... The standardization of the Western Music started during the Medieval Period which can be traced back between 500-1400 BC. During this period, several developments on musical art took place and one of which is the systematic organization of learning music for singers which was related to the so-called Gregorian chant. The early Catholic...
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Worship in church
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...services to God reveals God’s worship. The respect for God’s authority and greatness is indicative of the right worship. Therefore, worship places God at the highest position and humanity at a lower position. Therefore, worship is a form of adoration and revelation of God’s greatness over His creation. The use of arts in worship sends a message about our actions. It also presents our needs to God. For instance, dancing in church shows our happiness and reveals God’s presence in the worship. Conclusion Church worship plays a vital role in human being’s life. The implications indicate that the communion in worship transforms man and strengthens... Task: Introduction Worship in the world...
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...Service The church that I have visited was the Seventh-day Adventist Church. First, it was a bit unusual for me because they are doing their religious services during Saturdays, which they call “Sabbath” or rest day. According to some people I have met in the church, they consider Saturday as their rest day because it is the seventh-day of the week and that is what is stated in the Bible as the day when God rested from all his activities during the Creation. However, what intrigued me the most is the certain level of peculiarity in their church practices, most especially in their grooming and the nature of their services. I have been to many other churches... of the of the Attending a Religious Service ...
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Planting Missional Churches
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...church services to meet its needs. I would recommend this text to religious students, prospective church planters, current church planters and all church leaders since it is worthy to understand the concepts of the book to understand the whole process of church planting. Bibliography Roberts, Bob. The Multiplying Church: The New Math for Starting New Churches. Grand Rapids, Mich: Zondervan, 2008. Searcy, Nelson, and Kerrick Thomas. Launch: Starting a New Church from Scratch. Ventura, Calif: Regal Books, 2006. Stetzer, Ed. Planting...
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A Constitution and bylaws for a fictional church
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...church. Article 11- Purpose Section 1: The purpose of this church shall be to promote the worship of God through the Holy Bible and to glorify God through his son, our savior, The Lord Jesus Christ. Section 11: The purpose of this church is to encourage its members to embody themselves in the Christian Service of God. Section 111: Agreeing to the following commitment: [a] That we will always assemble ourselves for communion and all other... THE CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH Blue Lake, California SEPTEMBER 27, CONSTITUTION Preamble We, the members of the ...
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The essay is about Martin Muther
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...services. Presently, hymns are sung in Christian church services all over the world. His matrimony to a woman, who was herself an ex-nun, introduced the concept of marriage among Christian clergy. This act was unheard of among priests in his time. They had a large family and lived a simple life. Works Cited Arthur, Dickens. The German Nation and Martin Luther. London: Edward Arnold, 1974. Print.... About Martin Luther Martin Luther, a German, lived between 1483 and 1546. During this period, the Roman Catholic Church had established a strong following across Europe. The church’s doctrines were not only strong, but also strict and promised eternal life for...
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Prosecution of the Early Church
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...church, and they pressed to be restored30. Valerian Meanwhile, under Valerian, persecution continued on an extensive scale. In the Decian persecution Cyprian had withdrawn into concealment, judging it his duty, as far as he could, to prolong his services to his church at a critical... Persecution of the Early Church Table of Contents Introduction 3 2. The Early Days of the Church 3 3. The Period of Marcus Aurelius 4 4. The Reign of Commodus 6 5. Importance of Martyrdom 7 6. Persecution of Diocletian 9 7. Valerian 12 8. Conclusion 13 9. Bibliography 15 Outline Prosecution had a great impact on expansion and consolidation of the early church and its v...
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Contemporary Culture Challenging the Irish Catholic Church
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...services. Inglis, with the application of Pierre Bourdieu's theories calls this situation as a "religious capital" and sees that this decline in regard for Catholicism in Ireland has resulted to a so-called Post-Christian/secularized society ("Where to now for Irish Catholicism"). The waning influence of the Irish Catholic church on politics and other socio-political and moral matters is also due to the metamorphosis of popular culture. 'Pop culture' as what popular culture is more commonly known, is a staple in all societies... Contemporary Culture Challenging the Irish Catholic Church Unlike any Catholic countries in the world, Ireland has close ties with its Catholic church for a long...
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Sociology of Religion
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...Church in the 20th Century”). The Mega Church of today can directly trace its influence and roots to the Black Churches of the African Americans. The mega church is a non-denominational Christian church that tries to differentiate itself from the traditional Christian churches that have abounded in our religious history. The mega church has a service membership of at least 2000 uses modern techniques in order to grow their followers. The modern methods of enticing people to join them include a non-definitive view of religion that allows people to attend their church regardless of their born religious affiliation, and a church service that features (“God... ?The Black Church and the the Rise of the Mega...
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Casual analysis
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...Church scholars observe that while many people claim to be Christians, most of them rarely attend church on a regular service. This essay discusses the decline of church attendance by review recent statistics, the reasons for the decline, possible remedies and the future of the church. Church Attendance Statistics Studies on church attendance reveal startling statistics that are only indicative of a drastically declining church attendance. In addition to the documented increasing closure of churches, it is recoded that 2.7 million church attendants become inactive members every year (Gill 46). This translates into the observation that an increasing number of people are leaving the Christian... ? The...
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The Holy Ghost
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...church service of a community of Pentecostal believers in Creek, Western part Virginia that took place in 1967. Furthermore, during the church service there is speaking in tongues, faith healing, singing, and snake handling. The documentary starts by showing the viewer several imagery of the place of worship and its services. Additionally, the narrator first introduces the Pentecostal community and the church congregation and then presents several activities that the church conducts such as speaking-in-tongue, faith healing, and snake handling; the church services were usually four to seven... The Holy Ghost The Holy Ghost People is a documentary narrated and directed by Peter Adair; it describes the...
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1st Great Awakening of the 18th Century
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...church was established when the Virginia legislature made governmental support of the Anglican Church in America. However, many people by that time lacked interest in religious matters and only a few portion of the population attended church services. It took almost twenty years later after the establishment of the church in the state of Virginia for the creation of the first local clergy. The ‘1st great awakening’ refers to the revitalization of religion-piety that swept across the America States in the late 17th -18th century. The events in America were prompted by the religious activities and upsurge occurring... on the other side of Atlantic in England, Scotland, and Germany. A new...
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Human Rights and Catholic Church
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...Church 3053A Introduction: Human rights mean the "Basic rights and freedoms, to which everyone is en d, either morally,legally or officially. They are designed to limit the power of the state. Human rights include right to a fair trial, freedom of speech, thought and conscience, and freedom from torture and slavery." (Definitions. Human Rights. 2005). The Report of the Think Tank on "Strengthening the United Nations Mechanisms for the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights" in which Dr. Joseph Masciulli was an active participant makes the following observation. "Today, the universality and indivisibility of human rights are increasingly being acknowledged internationally... Human Rights and Catholic...
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Catholic Church in Ireland: Dominance and Censorship
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...services in society as well as social/ moral issues concerning family and sexual matters. Such power to impact social policy is considered mainly in the perspective of Irish self-government or ‘Home Rule as Rome Rule’. However, it is argued that “this ignores the reality of the power of the Catholic Church in Irish society and in relation to the body politic under previous British rule” (Moran, 2009). Thus, with the support of the 19th century British governments the Catholic church gained increasing control over the Catholic Irish in various areas of their lives including morals, education, health, welfare, media and other fields. Inglis (246) asserts that “the power of the Church meant... and Number...
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Community Analysis
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...church service, other church events like weddings, death, birth, graduations, thanksgiving and fund raising. These are all opportunities of engaging with each other physically, emotionally and spiritually. Since The Pentecost Church of Edmonton has an international community as well as a local community, interactions take place with the Calgary and Lath bridge community in holding annual events where... ?Community Community The Church of Pentecost Edmonton assembly is seen to be an attribute and interest community. According to Brown & Hamis (2012) attribute community as a group or a collection of people have common and important attributes such as religion, race, gender, or socio economic binding. On...
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Iraqi arrest perpetrators of saydet al najat church
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...church that fateful morning. This was unusual as he is always the one who encourages the family to attend Sunday services. After much convincing, he got up and joined as in the car to head to church. The church building is easy to track as it is one of the two in the Muslim neighborhood located in Baghdad, Iraq. in the At the church grounds... ? Terrorist Attack Background Sunday morning 31st October will forever be etched in my mind. As my norm, I got up and preparedmy family for mass. Together with my husband and one child we always anticipate this day of the week as it is a day to give thanks to the maker. This did not turn out to be a normal day as planned. My husband was reluctant to get to church...
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CHURCH VISIT - WESTMINSTER ABBEY IN LONDON
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...church from the northern entrance, rushing not to miss the 5pm evensong quire, the beauty of the cathedral was breathtaking and I could not help, but to take a minute and stare at the beauty of the building and precision of the detailing of each piece of architecture of the artist in the creation of the gothic building. As I entered in the church, the first thing to catch my attention was the beauty of the golden high alters which apart from the rest of the church was built in the 19th century. At the center of the mosaic creation of the alter is a mosaic showing the last supper that Jesus had with his disciples. There are four large statues of Moses, St. peter, St Paul... Introduction As I entered the...
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A Discharge Plan for an Elderly Patient
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...church services and participating in church activities. He rarely gets adequate time to socialize with his son and daughter in law because they do not participate in church activities and have very long working hours. Designing a discharge plan for Mr. Trosack is problematic because of a number of issues. These issues include mobility, functionality, ability to perform daily activities of earning a living, Mr. Trosack’s medication regimen, the risk of social isolation and safety issues among others. Mr. Trosack is mobile but has to use a walker to move from point to point. Mr... ? A Discharge Plan for an Elderly Patient A Discharge Plan for an Elderly Patient Introduction It has been proved by health...
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Apostolic Worship (African Amercian)
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...church concentrates on worship, as it welcomes the Holy Spirit, which leads us during the service. Mostly, the congregation silently prays together to ask for the Holy Spirit to lead in the service (Alexander 58). The leadership of our Church is concentrated on the male members. The tradition is governed by the New Testament, which influences the male dominated leadership within the church. Prior to 1961, the Church leadership concentrated on one prelate leader. However, after the death of Lawson, Bonner proposed different governance within the church. Bonner’s proposal meant that; the church will involve the governance of different archbishops, and apostles who... Apostolic worship among African...
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Church Reformation in the 16th and 17th century
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...church policy matters or practices. The councils provide teaching programs for the community priests in order to augment pastoral care. This was initiated by the Roman Catholic Church under Pope Paul 1112 (Becchio and Johannes 98). The council of the Tent provided teachings, reasserted traditional practices and articulated dogmatic of the Catholic Church doctrines. These doctrines include the seven sacraments, celibacy, belief of taking wine and bread during the mass services, which they translated as the body and blood of Jesus Christ. Other doctrines included worship of remnants and saints whom they referred... ? CHURCH REFORMATION IN THE 16TH AND 17TH CENTURY Church Reformation in the 16th and 17th...
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