The Pharisees Turn Away from Christ – medieval stained glass detail, Canterbury Cathedral

The Pharisees Turn Away from Christ – medieval stained glass detail, Canterbury Cathedral
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Late 12th century. View On Black

The Pharisees walk away from Christ, who carries a scroll reading: "whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life" (John, 6:54).…

Who gives away old video cameras like the schools giveaway old computers. Need for church service and weddings

Question by singer: Who gives away old video cameras like the schools giveaway old computers. Need for church service and weddings

Thank You For Your Answers

Best answer:

Answer by flapjack
I think you need to try e-bay first.

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The Sacred Mint to Give Away 500 Free Cross Necklaces

Hazlet, NJ (PRWEB) August 29, 2008

Inspired by the growing economic difficulties facing many Americans, the Sacred Mint will be giving away 500 Free Cross Necklaces in an effort to comfort Christians with a symbol of God’s love.

The cross necklaces which are presently selling on their website for .95 will be given away to the first 500 visitors starting at 9:00AM on 9/5/08. Visitors should go to at this time to receive their free cross. There will be a 1 cross maximum per visitor to ensure that the 500 crosses are distributed fairly.

The Jerusalem Cross necklace will be available in either Gold or Silver, and include a matching 24″ chain. Each cross has ground fragments from the Hills of Jerusalem which can be seen through the Filigree pattern. Each cross also comes with a see-through gift box and an individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity. More information regarding the Jerusalem Cross be found on the Sacred Mint website.

For additional information on the Sacred Mint Cross Giveaway, please contact Jason Del Giudice or visit the Sacred Mint website. Free samples of the Cross will be offered to the media for review before the event.

ABOUT THE SACRED MINT – The Sacred Mint’s mission is to offer unique Christian Gifts to the community. We would like to enlighten the Christian Community about each gifts origin, and explain how it has helped to build the foundation of our Faith. Each religious gift is handpicked, to ensure that the story behind it is as amazing as the gift itself. The Sacred Mint feels that to spread the faith to others, we must first understand ourselves how Christianity has blossomed throughout the ages.


How long did the original nondenominational universal Christian Church exist before people broke away?

Question by Chief David M: How long did the original nondenominational universal Christian Church exist before people broke away?
Does Catholic mean universal?
Is breaking the church apart actually damaging the body of Christ?
Will you pray that our separated sisters and brothers in Christ come back?
Why would you say women can not speak in church? That ain’t cool

Best answer:

Answer by Catholic Defender
yes it does. I pray for them all.

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Gunn High School Sings Away Hate Group

When the Kansas hate group known as the Westboro Baptist Church announced they would picket Bay Area schools and Jewish institutions, students at Gunn High School decided they could not sit by quietly. Learn more and get involved: . Follow us on Facebook

The advert that got away

The advert that got away
christian jobs uk
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Creative jobs don’t always go the way one would like them to. So this concept I did got ditched in favour of something much more plain – a letter lying on a desk, addressed to Gordon Brown. That one is appearing in todays Guardian (16 Friday 2007).

Still, the main point being that it’s trying to tell you, that you have the power to tell Gordon Brown to persuade his colleagues to allow more time to negotiate fair trade agreements for poor countries.

Sign the petition at:

People that have signed up:

Rt Rev Sheilagh Kesting, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
Rt Rev Michael Langrish, Lord Bishop of Exeter.
Paul Chandler, CEO, Traidcraft Plc.
Nigel Jenney, CEO, Fresh Produce Consortium.
Ha-Joon Chang, Reader, Faculty of Economics University of Cambridge.
Robert Wade, Professor, Development Studies Institute London School of Economics.
Daleep Mukarji, Director, Christian Aid.
Tony Dykes, Director, of Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA).
Tony Juniper, Executive Director, Friends of the Earth.
Harriet Lamb, Executive Director, Fairtrade Foundation.
Matthew Frost, Chief Executive, Tearfund.

America’s Most Innovative Church Gives Away Thousands of Free Church Resources

Edmond, OK (PRWEB) May 19, 2008

Just two years after launching its open-source site to share ministry materials with other churches, has given away close to 500,000 free church resources. The Edmond, Okla.-based launched in April 2006, and since then more than 11,000 churches in every state in the United States and more than 75 countries throughout the world have downloaded materials like sermon notes, church media, children’s curriculum, and small group resources to use directly in their church.

Recently named as America’s Most Innovative Church by Outreach Magazine, hosts more than 21,000 people each weekend during 53 experiences throughout 13 campuses, including a fully interactive internet campus. When the church’s leaders looked at the time and energy poured into creating materials like sermons and videos for those services, they felt it was wasteful to let the resources expire on a dusty shelf or network drive.

Instead, they looked at the open source culture popularized by the web development community and saw biblical roots in the concept of sharing resources. “We wondered what could happen if we started thinking of The Church instead of our own individual churches and began to pool our resources and share what we can,” said Innovation Leader and Pastor Bobby Gruenewald.

In use at conventional church settings as well as military bases, prisons, and youth organizations, supplies free church resources to ministries diverse in size, style and environment, but unified in purpose. “As an inner-city church plant, we could not even dream of creating the type of media they provide us. And now, three years later, we are drawing specialists in this field who enhance our outreach. Quality attracts quality,” said Chilly Chilton, Lead Pastor of Real Church in Hamtramck, Mich.

At, pastors and church leaders can choose from more than 3,000 free downloads including sermon videos they can play directly in their services, as well as accompanying message notes, illustration videos, worship bulletin graphics, and small group resources. The site also offers children’s curriculum, youth series, how-to tools and more. Although all resources are available at no cost to users and no attribution is required, does ask that materials be used non-commercially and for the purpose of leading people to Christ.

“Our mission, since the beginning of in 1996, has been ‘to lead people to become fully devoted followers of Christ’,” Gruenewald said; “and the concept of Open allows us another avenue through which to continue in that mission. We are absolutely passionate about it; and thrilled by the idea that the resources with which God has entrusted us can now be extended across more miles and into more lives through thousands of other great ministries.”

In 1996, began with a handful of people meeting in a rented dance studio in Oklahoma City, Okla. under the leadership of Senior Pastor Craig Groeschel. It has since grown to be the fifth-largest church in the United States according to Outreach Magazine and currently has 13 total campuses located in Phoenix, Ariz., Fort Worth, Texas, Oklahoma City, Okla., Nashville, Tenn., West Palm Beach, Fla., Albany, N.Y., and Tulsa, Okla. metropolitan areas. has also leveraged the web in other ministry endeavors including, One Prayer, and

For more information about Open, visit For more information about, visit