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Partial List of the STPC Coalition’s Advisory Board Rev. David Barton, Wallbuilders Pastor Paul Blair, Reclaiming Oklahoma for Christ LTG/Rev. “Jerry” Boykin, Family Research Council Dr. Mark Christian, Global Faith Initiative Bob Chu, ChinaAid Andrew Coleman, Voices of the Martyrs Devon Cross, Donors’ Forum on International Affairs David Curry, Open Doors Bill Dallas, United in…
Attached you will find the information on the Faith Leaders for America’s effort to create an ecumenical and inter-faith coalition of American Christians and Jews to come together to make a sudden splash to raise awareness across America “all at once” of the persecution of Christians worldwide with the use of simple banners placed where…
Apostolate of Our Lady of Hope/ St. Rafka Mission of Hope and Mercy announces: Ash Wednesday begins a historical Nationwide Campaign: Save the Persecuted Christians!
Apostolate of Our Lady of Hope/ St. Rafka Mission of Hope and Mercy announces: Ash Wednesday begins a historical Nationwide Campaign: Save the Persecuted Christians! Denver — Ash Wednesday marks the launch of Save the Persecuted Christians national banner campaign supported by a coalition of well-known faith leaders and organizations. The campaign…
CHRISTMAS 2017 GIFT & FOODDRIVE – To benefit 2,000 Children and 4,500 families of the Persecuted Church
Source link: http://europeanpost.co/u-s-will-bypass-un-and-will-defend-christians-in-the-middle-east-directly/ Source link: http://www.aina.org/news/20171027115450.htm
My dear friends in Christ, Like all of us in this nation, my heart aches for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Our neighbors in the southern region of the United States are suffering immeasurable destruction, loss, damage, and despair. They need our help. I join my faithful brothers and sisters and pray to Almighty God, the Father of Heaven, to grant rest to those who have perished in this catastrophic weather, to console the hearts of their loved ones, and to send aid to those who need food, shelter, medicine, support, clothing, and love. Together we can provide them hope. Read More
Colorado Lebanese Festival From Then Until Now: THE SECRET OF THE LEBANESE VALUES of Food, Faith, Family, and Fun
Success upon Success! First, nothing can happen in a Lebanese context, and especially in a Maronite Parish, without Mar Sharbel, the Sign of the Cross, Jesus and Mary, the Blessed Sacrament, Saint Rafka and all the Saints. Literally. The Colorado Lebanese Festival blends these key elements of our Faith with our Food, our Family, and the Fun we have when we all come together. Every year at our Festival, our multi-generational families come together with good friends and grow our Traditions, our generational memories, and our Families. They grow like the Cedars of Lebanon, rooted in the Gospel. Moreover, the Festival allows our Values of Food, Faith, Family, and Fun; and our Cultural Traditions to reach out to our neighbors with a spirit of solidarity, joy, and prosperity, regardless of color, religion, race, culture, language, or politics. Read More
LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Victims of the violence in Charlottesville last weekend were remembered Saturday in Lakewood.
Hundreds came together for the third annual Ecumenical Prayer Breakfast organized by the St. Rafka Maronite Catholic Church.
The church has helped hundreds of refugees fleeing persecution in the Middle East.
Organizers say the same root causes are leading to violence here in the United States.