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YOUTH MINISTRY WEEKEND

Posted on Tue, Jul 5, 2011

Come and join us as we celebrate the Youth and Young People of our congregation. 

We will have Praise Celebration on Friday, July 8, 2011 at 7:30 p.m.

Praise and Worship Concert will be held Saturday, July 9, 2011 at 6:00 p.m.

YOUTH SUNDAY Sunday, July 10, 2011 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Worship Experiences

ALL ARE WELCOME!!!

   Discussion: YOUTH MINISTRY WEEKEND
Sunita (anon) · 3 years, 8 months ago
Others in the US of endemic bias at the BBC:In his addsres, David P-J remarked that John (Gross) had not been invited to appear on the BBC had not been invited for 25 years or something like that. John himself mentioned this to David. I m sure he wasn t complaining; I m sure he was just sort of perplexed.A good many of Britain s treasures are not invited on the BBC treasures who are conservative or conservative-leaning. This is indeed perplexing. The BBC is a goliath with multiple outlets, and chat pretty much 24/7. Paid for by the taxpayers, it is supposed to be politically balanced and neutral. What a crock. Some of the best conservatives are excluded perpetually.A network that doesn t have David Pryce-Jones talking about Libya is a network with its head up its arse.Plus this :Our reader further writes, The people who claim to be feminist and pro-gay i.e., the crew at the BBC oppose the one country in the Middle East that does not subjugate women and persecute gays. What does that tell you? Plenty.This is from a piece by Jay Nordlinger (whose writing style I absolutely cannot stand, so haven't read in years) in the National Review, the arch-Conservative mag. Nordlinger and the rest of the crew there need to have their attention drawn more often to what the BBC does, especially how they report on US issues. They ignore me, but perhaps some British voices will get their attention. 0 likes
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