Worship

19 Jun 19
Dad Lover Family

This is the Best Funny Store you’ve never seen before. Believe it or just watch for 5 minutes. I am damn Sure you will become crazy and buy anything from our site. We have 500k satisfied buyer in worldwide. So, Kill People in Silently.

19 Jun 19
Beautiful & Blooming

He replied, “Because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, “Move from here to there, and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” – Matthew 17:20 I remember working, and just had a lot weighing on […]

19 Jun 19
Wolverine Worship

Regardless of what happens in Omaha from here on out, it's hard not to be damn proud of these boys. Next season, we need to show our enthusiasm and respect for the ball club. Tickets are cheap (and free for students) and the ballpark never sells out. It would be unrealistic to draw 2,000/game, but […]

19 Jun 19
BCNN1 WP

Let me begin this essay by responding to some critiques of the series up to this point, and especially about last week’s essay, “The Church Does Not Exist for the Sake of the World.” While most readers seem appreciative, I expected pushback for the counterintuitive emphasis I’m trying to bring to bear in the series. Note that word—emphasis. The […]

19 Jun 19
Ariane d'Artagnan

The Silver Stag Casino The sword academy looked as it always did.  A large mansion abandoned during the long-ago flight of the gentry, it remained in remarkably good shape (for Doskvol) thanks to the Red Sashes’ ministrations.  When Mylera Klev took over as head of the academy, she had elaborately embroidered, ornamental silk sashes imported […]

19 Jun 19
Jot and Tittle

Poetic moments: I’m sure every day holds at least one, if only I’d tune in my aesthetic antenna. Embracing the poetry of everyday life simply means taking a second glance at the ordinary to glimpse the beauty that’s too easily overlooked. Here are some of my week’s poetic moments. He could be Lithuanian, Slovakian or […]

19 Jun 19
Jesustrek

Sometimes I scan the congregation during Sunday morning worship services. I like to see the faces of people as they express their love to God with their singing. I remember one time looking at the crowd and seeing the face of a young lady for whom my wife and I had been praying. She had […]

19 Jun 19
RAZZ

Mabel Hampton was born in 1902 in North Carolina, later moving to Harlem. She met Lillian Foster in 1932 and the two were together for 45 years. Foster said in 1976: “Forty-four years ago I met Mabel. We was a wonderful pair. I’ll never forget it. But she’s a little tough. I met her in 1932, September twenty-second. And we haven’t been separated since in our whole life. Death will separate us. Other than that I don’t want it to end.” Foster died two years later in 1978.

19 Jun 19
GHANA PAGE

Finally, Patapaa’s long lost twin sister has been found in Sweden. She is a Ghanaian based in Sweden and the striking resemblance she shares with the boss of the Pa2pa soldiers is amazing. She goes by the name Harmony on Instagram and she has become an internet sensation ever since Ghanaians came to realize she […]

19 Jun 19
Tricia's Blog

Mormon Temple Built in Rome, also known as the Center of the Catholic Church In the well known city of Rome, Catholicism is the clear winner for the top religion of the city, hosting the Vatican, Saint Peter’s Basilica and most importantly, the pope. In more recent years other religions have begun creeping their way […]

19 Jun 19
DREaM in London

For clarification as we continue on, let me share the foundational  premise I’m working from: Gathered worship is the verbal outpouring* of the redeemed people of God – offered, led and carried out by redeemed people – not hirelings, not machines. It is Redeemed Images of God responding to their Creator, King and Redeemer. This […]

19 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
THE ORANGE Order hailed an Archbishop after he said he doesn’t have a problem with loyalist marches passing Catholic churches. Leo Cushley was praised for calming tensions after he revealed he doesn’t object to “respectful” parades passing places of worship. Members of the Orange Order marching through Glasgow city centre Several marches have been rerouted in Glasgow over fears of violence since a priest was spat on outside a chapel last summer. But Archbishop Cushley said: If it is done respectfully, I don’t see where the problem is. Brute who stabbed man eight times after Orange Walk in Glasgow jailed for 18 months “If it is done to taunt your neighbour that’s a different question but it is difficult for me to look into the hearts of everyone who is going past a church.” The Archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh also denied the Order was anti-Catholic and added: “I see it as coming from another chapter in our history.” Archbishop Cushley denied the Order was anti-Catholic The Grand Lodge of Scotland praised the Catholic leader for his comments The Grand Lodge of Scotland praised the Catholic leader for his “positive” comments and vowed to hold talks with him and authorities over future processions. The organisation said: “We welcome the positive comments tonight from Archbishop Leo Cushley. “Roman Catholics, Protestants, and people from many other faiths and none, all live harmoniously in communities right across Scotland.” A spokesman added: “This should mean that we can all share the same roads and streets as we each celebrate our own heritage and culture. We will certainly play our part in ensuring that our parades are respectful when passing any place of worship. “We look forward to a dialogue with the Archbishop, and the authorities, and it is our hope that we find a shared solution that demonstrates that it is perfectly OK to have different religious views and opinions, without the need for religious divisions and divides.” The comments come just weeks after a top cop warned of potential trouble at loyalist parades and claimed attitudes had hardened “on both sides”. Spectators watch members of the Orange Order march through Glasgow city centre In April, police successfully argued an Orange Order march should be re-routed from a Catholic church where a priest was spat on. Four other parades were also diverted away from St Alphonsus’ in the Calton, Glasgow – where Canon Tom White was spat on last July – amid fears of violence. Anti-sectarianism campaigners last night said the Archbishop showed he is “clear-eyed” and “thoughtful” about the situation. Dave Scott, of Nil by Mouth, added: “It is crucial that all involved in this debate see each other as equals and show a willingness to act on the lessons learned from the events of the last 12 months.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] But anti-Cathlic bigotry group Call It Out, who have protested against marches passing chapels, said it disagreed with the Archbishop’s comments. It said: “We intend no disrespect whatsoever to the Archbishop but we very much doubt he has had much experience of anti-Catholic marches or has consulted the Catholic community across Scotland of their own experiences of these parades.” [bc_video video_id=”6038364423001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Orange Order backed pro-union rally takes place in Glasgow”] We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200  
19 Jun 19
Living Word Lutheran Church & Preschool

This past Sunday people all around the country celebrated Father’s Day. A national holiday dating back to 1910, the third Sunday in June has now been set aside to honor fathers of all shapes and sizes. It’s also a good reminder for us as Christians to celebrate God the Father’s Day. We talk about and […]