The University of Los Angeles College of Divinity Welcomed as Associate Member of IACBS at Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — The annual International Association of Bible Colleges and Seminaries (IABCS) held their annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia on April 10, 2017, announced United States Ecclesiastical Society and Seminary (USESS). The IABCS under the inspired leadership of President Randal Langley is a first class gold standard non-governmental accreditation organization for Christian Colleges and Universities existing for over 63 years.

GracePointe Church Enhances Its Brand with a New Number from RingBoost

PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. — GracePointe Church of the Nazarene in central Florida received a unique offering this month, as the team at RingBoost agreed to donate a custom phone number to the Lake Mary-based organization. With its unforgettable new number hooked up in no time, GracePointe is all set to take the church’s message to an increasingly large audience in the weeks and months to come.

Joshuacord Inc. Announces Fourth Annual 5K Joshua 1:9 Religious Freedom Run/Walk Nov. 19, 2016 Displaying Persecuted Ribbon for Support

TAMPA, Fla. — Joshuacord, Inc., a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, Christian, nondenominational organization dedicated to raising awareness and providing support to the oppressed and persecuted Christians in the Middle East and Africa, will be hosting its fourth annual 5K Joshua 1:9 Religious Freedom Run at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016 in Tampa, Florida.

Baby Boomer Couple Spotlights Homeless through Music and Street Ministry

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: Zaricor Jackson, Jr. and Lillie Jackson of SoulDirection1 announced this week the release of their new contemporary Christian album, ‘To the Least of These,’ a compilation of 13 songs they have written to inspire and uplift most anyone who is experiencing a difficult time in their lives or for the simple enjoyment of listening to good music.

Children’s Choir Moves Nation, World, with Performance at Earthquake-ruined Church

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: World Mind Network today announced that The Loboc Children’s Choir provided a spontaneous moment of inspiration and hope to the quake-ravaged Philippines on Thursday, with an impromptu performance of Josh Groban’s ‘The Prayer.’

Prosperous Priestess Handbook: A Guide to Unlock the Secret Riches of Your Inner Creation Goddess by Lisa Michaels

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: Discover the secret of creating a spirit rich, financially thriving divine feminine life and business with award-winning author Lisa Michael’s new bestseller, ‘Prosperous Priestess Handbook: A Guide to Unlock the Secret Riches of Your Inner Creation’ (ISBN: 9781490957234), available free on Kindle August 5-7, 2013.

The We Walk Tour 2013, ‘Step Out – The World Needs You’

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: We Walk Tour 2013: According to GEMS Girls’ Clubs, ‘The World Needs Your Help.’ Everyday children in your neighborhood are going to bed hungry, enslaved to work countless hours, homeless because their dad lost his job, abandoned because their family cannot afford to care for them, sold into human trafficking, etc.

Supporters take to the Web to Publicize Filipino Candidate for Pope

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: Only a few days have passed since the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, and already speculation is rampant about his replacement. In Asia, those who are devoted to one of the prime candidates, Archbishop of Manila Cardinal Luis Tagle, have mounted an Internet campaign to share their support of his potential selection, according to Batangas Varsitarian.

Share-A-Thon Touted as Largest Event in Maricopa Community History

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: A Share-A-Thon sponsored by Maricopa Village Christian School, Natives with a Mission (NWAM), and local churches including Litchfield Park Seventh-day Adventist Church, is being promoted as the largest event in the history of Maricopa Village; a small and obscure tribal community nestled at the foot of the Estrella Mountains.

Sikh Community Shooting in Milwaukee Not Racially Motivated

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: Statement regarding shooting at Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin: Several people have been injured in a shooting incident. The Sikh community in the United States has been active citizens since the late 1800’s in the USA. Sikhism is a monotheistic faith that requires them to wear a turban and one of the youngest religions in the world. ‘The incident in Milwaukee has been a shock, we are concerned about the victims and their families. We understand that this was a ‘random’ act and not one motivate by race. So, we are asking for the support from the greater community for their prayers for the victims and their families,’ said Amarjit Singh from the Illinois Sikh Community Center.