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Council of Bishops
The United Methodist Church can trace its roots back to John and Charles Wesley and the Church of England during the Revival Movement. The religion itself was formed in 1968 by the union of the Methodist Church and the Evangelical united Brethren Church. The United Methodist Church places emphasis on Christian living and putting love and faith into action.
At 12Stone, they don't take themselves too seriously, but they take God very seriously. That joy leaks out through worship, friendships and a lot of laughter. 12Stone members inspire life, share life and give life by living on-mission and offering ministries designed with you in mind. *12Stone is a registered trademark of 12Stone Church, Inc.
R. Randolph Brinson, MD
Redeem the Vote (RTV) was founded by Dr. Randy Brinson during the 2004 U.S. Presidential Election to register people of faith regardless of party affiliation, or personal political beliefs, but as a matter of Christian principle, that people of faith must be engaged in the political debate and vote as a matter of moral imperative. Modeled after MTV’s “Rock the Vote” youth-voter registration campaign, Redeem the Vote enlists the help of many well-known Contemporary Christian musicians to register young evangelicals and promote political participation Since its inception, the organization has continued to reach out to both parties in an effort to find the best in both, and find solutions to the debate, not trump or destroy one person or party. Brinson claims, “This is in stark contrast to many of those conservative Christian organizations that seek to develop a partisan mentality and approach to problems that have solutions beyond partisan rhetoric. In fact, some believe the development of working relationships between Democrats and Republicans may even be counterproductive in the sense that large sums of money would be difficult to raise if their was no battle to be fought, or political enemy to be slain.”
The Willow Creek Association (WCA) was founded in 1992, and works to link like-minded, action-oriented churches with each other, and with strategic vision, training, and resources. WCA is driven by a calling to serve Christ-following leaders as they build Biblically functioning churches, Acts 2 communities of faith that reach increasing numbers of lost people and grow them into fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. The WCA's goal is to seek out and share God-given breakthroughs with widespread potential from churches around the world, supporting a rapid diffusion of innovation through the local church for the sake of Christ and His Kingdom. The WCA is a not-for-profit ministry, with more than 12,000 Member Churches from 90 denominations and 45 countries. These churches, and others served, represent a wide variety of sizes, denominations, and backgrounds, and are ministering in literally every corner of the world. While pursuing their own unique, God-given vision for ministry in their own communities, Member Churches confirm a shared commitment to Christ and a passion for reaching those who are not yet part of His family.
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When you come to James River Assembly you will quickly find a warm, friendly group of people committed to making church exciting, life-changing and enjoyable. There are services for the whole family that include wonderful contemporary worship, a time for Biblical teaching and an opportunity to make the decision to follow Jesus Christ. Red Carpet hosts are located all throughout the church to make sure your questions are answered.
There's something for everyone at Prestonwood! Prestonwood uses creative, as well as time-honored avenues to provide limitless opportunities for authentic fellowship. A robust schedule of ministries, fellowship and networking events, Bible study classes and an inspiring location galvanize their mission to reach as many people as they can, right where they are, with the Good News of Jesus Christ. Dr. Jack Graham became the pastor at Prestonwood Baptist Church in 1989 and challenged the 8,000-strong Prestonwood family with a vision for larger outreach, and in 1999, the church moved from its Dallas location to a new 7,500-seat auditorium in west Plano.
Eagle Forum is a pro-family organization founded by Phyllis Schlafly in 1967, and is the parent organization that also includes the Eagle Forum Education and Legal Defense Fund and the Eagle Forum PAC. The Eagle Forum seeks to promote traditional family values and patriotic duty to America, and boasts membership of 80,000. Eagle Forum has established chapters in thirty states to carry out the principles on which the organization was founded. • Eagle Forum supports American sovereignty • Eagle Forum supports American identity • Eagle Forum supports the Constitution • Eagle Forum exposes the radical feminists • Eagle Forum supports traditional education
Rev. Geoffrey A. Black
The United Church of Christ has 5600 churches worldwide. It was formed when two Protestant churches, the Evangelical and Reformed Church and the Congregational Christian Churches united in 1957. The Church is known for its emphasis on the autonomy of local churches. There is no hierarchy or authority that can impose doctrine or worship format on individual churches. The Church often uses four words to describe itself: "Christian, Reformed, Congregational and Evangelical". The motto of the United Church of Christ comes from John 17:21: "That they may all be one".
With over 13,000 members and more than 40 ministries, New Birth built its cathedral not only for church services, but also to accommodate the New Birth staff administrative offices: Faith Academy, New Birth's Christian School of Excellence and a variety of programs and activities such as conferences, concerts, theatrical productions, graduations, weddings, educational classes and more. New Birth realizes that people, not buildings, represent the church, and that the sacredness of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church comes from the one and only God our Father. *New Birth is a registered trademark of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, Inc.
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