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Christian Bikers Fellowship Fellowship with Christians and study of Gods Word makes for a solid Christian walk. Holiness and obedience to Christ plan is also what true believers should strive for. We are living in a troubled times, we need to pray for our nation and take action against those who would try to take this beautiful country and destroy it for for capital gains.
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Bride Pastor/Teacher Bride Christian Fellowship, Phoenix, AZ , BCF012011@yahoo.com, www.twitter.com/saved23777

Seeking the one who made all.

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DEMOS con las DANZAS / GIVE with DANCES (Official Page) Nuestra Visión y Misión son Incentivar, Educar, Preparar cada Danzor para un crecimiento espiritual, cognitivo, volitivo y técnico en la Danza Cristiana. Danzores comprometidos con Dios en Obediencia, Humildad, Santidad, Reverencia, Disposición del corazón en ser un Instrumento en las manos del SEÑOR para Exaltar su Santo Nombre y ser portadores de su Gloria (Mateo 6:13).

DEMOS con las DANZAS (Salmo 149:3).

(País): VENEZUELA.
Hermana Angela Rojas.
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Our Vision and Mission are Encourage, Educate, Prepare each Dancer for spiritual, cognitive, volitional and technical growth in the Christian Dance. Dancers committed with God in obedience, humility, holiness, and Reverence, Disposition of the heart, and be an instrument in the LORD's hand to exalt his Holy Name, and carriers of his Glory (Matthew 6:13).

GIVE with DANCES (Psalm 149:3).

(Country): VENEZUELA.
Sister: Angela Rojas.
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DR. Max Solbrekken Bible preaching Bible teaching Bible sermons, full gospel Bible articles Pastor Max SolbrekkenThe Solbrekken Evangelistic Association of Canada has been an established non-denominational organization for over 40 years

Bible preaching Bible teaching Bible sermons, full gospel Bible articles Pastor Max SolbrekkenThe Solbrekken Evangelistic Association of Canada is registered with the government Revenue Canada as a tax deductible, non profit organization

Bible preaching Bible teaching Bible sermons, full gospel Bible articles Pastor Max SolbrekkenThe Solbrekken Evangelistic Association of Canada are an association of godly men and women who have renounced the devil - the god of this world and have received Jesus Christ the crucified and risen Redeemer, as Lord and Savior

Bible preaching Bible teaching Bible sermons, full gospel Bible articles Pastor Max SolbrekkenThe Solbrekken Evangelistic Association of Canada travels world wide, and has for 40 years, in world evangelism, spreading the word of Jesus Christ

Bible preaching Bible teaching Bible sermons, full gospel Bible articles Pastor Max SolbrekkenThe Solbrekken Evangelistic Association of Canada has in the past 40 years, founded a government approved Bible College, many orphanages worldwide, sponsored and supported many churches worldwide and held and sponsored thousands of Ministry crusades worldwide.

Bible preaching Bible teaching Bible sermons, full gospel Bible articles Pastor Max SolbrekkenThe Solbrekken Evangelistic Association of Canada publishes Christian literature, a bi-monthly magazine 'The Cry of His Coming' which is sent out to our mailing list

Bible preaching Bible teaching Bible sermons, full gospel Bible articles Pastor Max SolbrekkenThe Solbrekken Evangelistic Association of Canada believes in the Holy Bible, all literature, sermons and message are based on the Holy Bible, King James Version

Bible preaching Bible teaching Bible sermons, full gospel Bible articles Pastor Max SolbrekkenThe Solbrekken Evangelistic Association of Canada are an association of spirit filled believers in Christ, who embrace all that confess Jesus Christ as Lord, who have repented of their sins, as brothers and sisters in God's kingdom

Bible preaching Bible teaching Bible sermons, full gospel Bible articles Pastor Max SolbrekkenAn Association of fallible human beings who believe in an infallible God and who live by the rules of an infallible book - the Holy Bible - and who gain strength, direction and guidance from the Infallible Holy Spirit of God as they confess, profess and proclaim the merits of their Infallible Leader Jesus Christ, Who is both Savior and Healer for all who call upon His Name.

Bible preaching Bible teaching Bible sermons, full gospel Bible articles Pastor Max SolbrekkenWe believe that no denomination or church affiliation may separate brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ. Only unbelief, pride, greed, selfishness, envy, jealousy, fear or prejudice - which is sin - can divide God's children who have been foreordained since the foundation of the world (1Peter 1: 20) and who are heirs of God and joint-heirs with Christ, members of the body of Christ (Romans 8: 14-17; Ephesians 5:30) and members of the Household of Faith (Gal. 6:10)

Bible preaching Bible teaching Bible sermons, full gospel Bible articles Pastor Max SolbrekkenAn Association with a world-wide vision, a burning message of Gods holiness, forgiveness, joy and peace; a flaming evangel of Christs virgin birth, substitutionary death and glorious resurrection! An Association built upon Gods Holy Word, demonstrating divine love and compassion with godly boldness and fervent joy, confirmed by miracles from Heaven, in answer to believing prayer.

Bible preaching Bible teaching Bible sermons, full gospel Bible articles Pastor Max SolbrekkenAn Association with only one goal, purpose and aim - 'To make Jesus Christ known in all His Fullness to as many people as possible before He Returns.
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Church of God The Church of God began on August 19, 1886, in Monroe County, Tennessee, near the North Carolina border. Former Baptist Richard Green Spurling preached in a millhouse along Barney Creek and eight persons formed a Christian Union for the purpose of following the New Testament as their rule for faith and practice, giving each other equal rights and privilege to interpret Scripture, and sitting together as the church of God. Twenty-one years later the growing movement formally adopted the name Church of God.

Ten years after the organizational meeting, a revival at the Shearer Schoolhouse in nearby Camp Creek, North Carolina, introduced the doctrine of sanctification to the community. Opposition to this doctrine led to severe persecution, but a spirit of revival prevailed and the Holiness believers experienced an outpouring of the Holy Spirit that included speaking in tongues and divine healing. Such experiences prepared the way for the explosion of the Pentecostal movement in the early twentieth century.

Under the leadership of our first General Overseer, A. J. Tomlinson, the Church of God adopted a centralized form of Church government with an inclusive International General Assembly (1906), launched a world evangelization effort beginning in the Bahamas (1909), inaugurated the Church of God Evangel (1910), and established educational opportunities for ministers and members (1918). Today Church of God ministries include more than 7 million members in 178 nations and territories. Some 36,000 congregations serve around the world, while regional and international ministries provide resources and support through our divisions of World Evangelization, Care, Discipleship, Education, and Support Services.

About History

For further information on the history of the Church God, see Living the Word: 125 Years of Church of God Ministry and Like A Mighty Army, both of which are available through Pathway Bookstore. Additional historical resources are at the Dixon Pentecostal Research Center.
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Charismatic Church For Educational Purpose;
The term charismatic derives from the Greek word χάρισμα ('gift', itself derived from χάρις, 'grace' or 'favor'). This is the same origin for the word charismata, another term for spiritual gifts.
Charismatic Christianity (also known as Spirit-filled Christianity) is a form of Christianity that emphasizes the work of the Holy Spirit, spiritual gifts, and modern-day miracles. Practitioners are often called Charismatic Christians or renewalists. Although there is considerable overlap, Charismatic Christianity is often categorized into three separate groups: Pentecostalism, the Charismatic Movement, and neocharismatic movements. In 2011, Pentecostals and Charismatic Christians numbered over 500 million, a quarter of the world's 2 billion Christians
Charismatic Christianity is diverse, and it is not defined by acceptance of any particular doctrines, practices, or denominational structures. Rather, renewalists share a spirituality characterized by a worldview where miracles, signs and wonders, and other supernatural occurrences are expected to be present in the lives of believers. This includes the presence of spiritual gifts, such as prophecy and healing. While similar in many respects, renewalists do differ in important ways. These differences have led to Charismatic Christianity being categorized into three main groups: Pentecostalism, the charismatic movement, and neo-charismatic movements
Pentecostals are those Christians who identify with the beliefs and practices of classical Pentecostal denominations, such as the Assemblies of God or the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee). Classical Pentecostalism grew out of the holiness movement and developed a distinct identity at the start of the 20th century. At a time when most denominations affirmed cessationism (the belief that spiritual gifts had ceased), Pentecostals held that the gifts of the Holy Spirit were being restored to the Christian church. The distinctive doctrine of Pentecostalism is that there is a second work of grace after conversion, which Pentecostals call the baptism in the Holy Spirit, that is evidenced by glossolalia ('speaking in tongues')
The Catholic Charismatic Renewal is a movement within the Catholic Church. While the hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church makes no distinction between churches, some charismatic parishes may practice 'worship outside of Mass,' including prayer meetings featuring alleged prophecy, faith healing and glossolalia. Proponents of the charismatic experience put forth the belief that certain charismata (a Greek word for gifts), bestowed by the Holy Spirit, such as the abilities to pray in tongues and to heal (which Christians generally believe existed in the early Church as described in the Bible) should still be practiced today
'A charismatic style of prayer is common at Christ the King. People are free to raise their hands in prayer and during songs, many pray their own prayers audibly, some pray in tongues, etc.... They pray with expressive or charismatic prayer at monthly parish prayer meetings, at the beginning of parish meetings, and most especially during certain moments in the Holy Mass. These are some of the external markers of a charismatic parish. Internal markers include a radical surrender to the Lordship of Jesus Christ in all parts of life, a strong adherence to the Gospel and the teachings of the Catholic Church, and the pursuit of strong friendships centered on Christ.'
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