Kanye West gave Washington D.C. a taste of his new album and declare he’s a man of God now, a converted Christian [#ConvertedChristian #ChristianConvert #KanyeWest]
[October 13, 2019]
Kanye West gave Washington D.C. a taste of his new album — and also took the opportunity to declare definitively he’s a man of God now … specifically, a converted Christian.
He was all over D.C. Saturday, October 12, 2019 with his family, first stopping off at HBCU Howard University to do his traditional Sunday Service … then heading over to George Washington University’s Lisner Auditorium later in the day for a listening party — much like in Detroit.
Kanye was talking to the audience in between tracks — which sounded amazing, and said it flat-out at one point … he’s a recent convert to Christianity.
Christian leaders call for National Day of Prayer for truth to be revealed through impeachment inquiry [#ChristianLeaders #NationalDayOfPrayer #ImpeachmentInquiry]
[October 8, 2019]
More than 90 Christian leaders are calling for a National Day of Prayer this Sunday (Oct. 13, 2019) “for the truth to be revealed through the impeachment inquiry” into whether President Donald Trump solicited help from a foreign government for his 2020 reelection campaign.
That call comes from leaders affiliated with Red Letter Christians, a justice-focused Christian movement that held a revival over the weekend in Goldsboro, North Carolina.
It also includes praying for members of Congress and inviting them to worship services while home Sunday in their congressional districts.
Those whose lives Rev. Myron Hill touches took the chance to praise him and thank God for steering him to the ministry [#CypressChapelAME #AbbevilleSouthCarolina #ThankGod]
[October 13, 2019]
Cypress Chapel AME in Abbeville, South Carolina is a church built upon a hill, and that hill is the Rev. Myron Hill.
That is how the Rev. Rickey Dennis Jr., pastor of Hill’s home church, described the ministry of Pastor Myron Hill during Saturday’s celebration. Cypress Chapel AME, where Hill has preached for 16 years, joined with his home church of Wesley AME to celebrate Hill being named the state’s AME pastor of the year.
On June 8, 2019 the church’s lay organization chose Hill out of a group of nominated pastors as the pastor of the year in South Carolina.
In between hymns and songs of celebration, those whose lives Rev. Myron Hill touches took the chance to praise him and thank God for steering him to the ministry.
According to Vallery Smith, a member of the pastor of the year committee, Rev. Myron Hill has a heart and mind dedicated to serving God.
“A pastor’s heart is God’s gift to his people. Is that not Rev. Hill?” – Vallery Smith
Abbeville church celebrates having AME pastor of the year: Index-Journal
“If these people didn’t help, I didn’t know what we were going to do. I just thank God for these people.” – Sherrine LaFrance [#IJustThankGod #IThankGod #ThankGod]
“If these people didn’t help, I didn’t know what we were going to do. I just thank God for these people.” – Sherrine Petit Homme LaFrance [#IJustThankGod #IThankGod #ThankGod]
[October 14, 2019]
Sherrine Petit Homme LaFrance was crying on the side of a road when China Laguerre spotted her.
Hurricane Dorian destroyed LaFrance’s newly constructed house in Great Abaco Island on the northern edge of the Bahamas the same night she moved in. That was on Sept. 1, 2019.
She then moved into a hotel offering free shelter in Nassau with her husband and 14-year-old son. But they were kicked out when staff found her son talking to guests.
She had nowhere to go. So Laguerre invited her to come stay at the home she shares with her parents and her brother.
“If these people didn’t help, I didn’t know what we were going to do. I just thank God for these people.” – Sherrine Petit Homme LaFrance
Sherrine Petit Homme LaFrance is one of thousands of Haitians who lived in Abaco but were displaced to Nassau after the storm. The policy of the Haiti government is to keep evacuees off Abaco until power, water and housing is restored.
PHOTOS: After The Storm, Haitians In The Bahamas Depend On The Kindness Of Strangers: WAMU 88.5
University of Iowa officials must pay out of own pockets for discriminating against InterVarsity Christian Fellowship [UniversityOfIowa #ChristianStudentGroup #InterVarsityChristianFellowship]
Judge Stephanie M. Rose of the U.S. District Court for Southern District of Iowa ruled University of Iowa officials must pay out of their own pockets for discriminating against prominent Christian student group, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship [UniversityOfIowa #ChristianStudentGroup #InterVarsityChristianFellowship]
[September 30, 2019]
A federal court ruled University of Iowa officials must pay out of their own pockets for discriminating against a prominent Christian student group, calling the university’s conduct “ludicrous” and “incredibly baffling”.
Judge Stephanie M. Rose of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa ruled that the University of Iowa and its officers violated constitutional law when they kicked InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and other religious groups, off the campus in June 2018 for requiring leaders to uphold Christian beliefs — but giving a pass to secular student groups that also have leadership requirements.
University officials held ‘personally liable’ for discrimination against Christian student group: Fox News