CA 48th Congressional District Candidates Forum

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On September 19, 2018, the Interfaith Coalition of Area Churches and Organizations presented the 48th Congressional District of California Candidates Forum. Dana Rohrabacher and Harley Rouda were invited to debate but only Rouda accepted.

The event was held at the Mesa Verde United Methodist Church in Costa Mesa, CA.

Topics included:
• Gun Control / Public Safety
• Homelessness / Housing
• Healthcare / Women’s Health
• Climate Change
• Immigration

Justin Bieber singing Christian worship songs at Coachella Church Home event – April 15, 2018

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JB covers Reckless Love by Cory Asbury & Tremble by Mosaic MSC at Churchome / City church event in Indio, California

T.I. – No Mediocre ft. Iggy Azalea

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Paperwork out now! iTunes: Amazon:  Google Play:  Music video by T.I. feat. Iggy Azalea performing No Mediocre. (C) 2014 Grand Hustle, LLC under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

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What is the Purpose of the Apostolic Church? – Equipping the Sons of God for Ministry

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Equipping every Disciple of Christ to do what the Holy Spirit has anointed them to do. What is the real purpose of the Church of Jesus Christ? How do Christians exercise faith to manifest the true apostolic mission of the Church? This is important to understand because your purpose is connected to the “Church” that Jesus said He is building on earth.

The New Testament apostolic model for effective ministry can be summed up in five words: build, govern, father, send, and equip. Make the transition. The New Testament five-fold apostolic church consists of apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers, all working together to equip you to be effective and make a difference with your life.


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My vocation and discernment as a Norbertine (Stephen Gaertner, O. Praem.)

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Br. Stephen shares his vocation and journey of discernment as a religious brother and seminarian in the Norbertine Community of Santa Maria de la Vid Abbey in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

*SOLD* Shack with 3 Acres – Owner Financed Land

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This property has SOLD! See more info and other properties like this at!

3 Acres of Land for sale with Shack

Electric on the property!

DESCRIPTION – see video at the bottom of this listing!
This property needs your help! The structure is in need of resurrecting and surrounding grounds need to be cleaned up. I’m told that the hunting in this area is particularly good so if you are looking for a hunting cabin this just might fit your needs. There really is only a small portion of the property that needs to be cleaned up. The remainder of the property is all wooded and clean. Owner financing is available for everyone but I would entertain a cash offer as well.

My personal cell phone number is 870-955-0099. Thank you, Dale

Tax sale property – Happy to answer all of your questions!

*Old house shack comes free with the property
*Electric is one the property and phone is at the road
*Not too much slope to this property
*Fronts on a county maintained road
*The beautiful Strawberry River is a short drive away
*Very affordable Owner Financed Land
*Versatile hunting/prepper/back up location

2.8 miles – Simstown Road (paved road)
1.4 miles – Strawberry River access!
4.4 miles – Hwy 167 to Ash Flat and Evening Shade
7.4 miles – Evening Shade (Woodie’s Main Street Cafe, Dollar General, convenience store, bank, post office, auto repair, feed store, car wash)
13 miles – Ash Flat (Patio Lino, Wal-Mart Supercenter, gas, restaurants, post office, hunting & fishing supplies, churches, farm supply, hardware store)

•Easy financing – everyone qualifies with a low down payment.
•NO Closing Cost – your down payment goes towards your purchase!
•NO Hidden Fees – every dollar you pay goes towards your land.
•NO Prepayment Penalties – pay off your property as fast or as soon as you like.
•NO Balloon Payments – no surprise lump sum payments.
•Payment Choices – choose the monthly payment that fits your budget.
•Extra amounts paid are applied directly to loan principal – this helps pay off your land faster.
•Fixed interest rates – no weird variables or fluctuating interest rates.
•Simple and straightforward contracts – no creative financing or lease to buy language.
•No travel costs – all paperwork can be completed via mail or other delivery service.

Sale price – $7,500
Down Payment – $500
Financed Amount – $7,000
Interest Rate – 9%
Monthly payments (choose the option that best fits your budget)

Option #1 12 monthly payments of $583.33 (no interest!)
Option #2 24 monthly payments of $319.79
Option #3 36 monthly payments of $222.60
Option #4 48 monthly payments of $174.20
Option #5 60 monthly payments of $145.31

Pay cash and save $$$! Email info or call for more info.

County: Sharp
State: Arkansas
Country: USA
Zip: 72532

Property Size: +/-3.062 Acres
Approximate Dimensions: 212 x 591 x 128 x 110 x 624 feet

Legal Description: Lot 26 Reed’s Bluff Subdivision, Sharp County, Arkansas
Parcel Number: 123-00026-000

Location: Barnes Road, Evening Shade, Arkansas
GPS Coordinates: 36.101681, -91.535291

Directions: From the intersection of Hwy 163 and Simstown Road between Ash Flat and Evening Shade, Arkansas, head east on Simstown Road approximately 2 miles and turn right onto Nelson Road. Follow main road approximately 2.8 miles. Property will be on the left.

Access: Approximately 212 feet of road frontage on Barnes Road.

Property Tax: Currently approximately $130 per year
Driveway Type: Dirt and weeds
Broadband Internet Available: Yes
School district: Cave City

Chavis Carter Murder Case Exposed – Crime Lab Denies cause of death

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After a month of releasing videos, witness interviews, autopsy reports and investigative summaries about the shooting death of a man handcuffed in the back of a patrol car in Jonesboro, Ark., the police department appears to be wrapping up its case.

Both officers present at the July 28 shooting that ended with 21-year-old Chavis Carter slumped over and bleeding in the back of a squad car are back on the streets, one with a written reprimand.

Only days after an autopsy report concluded that Chavis Carter was killed by a gunshot blast to his head while handcuffed in a police car, the lab that conducted the analysis admits that they did not do all the tests they were ordered to complete.

New questions are now being asked in the case of Carter, the 21-year-old Arkansas man whose mysterious death last month has attracted attention around the country. The Jonesboro Arkansas Police Department maintains that Carter committed suicide on July 28 while handcuffed in the backseat of a patrol car. And while the crime lab results publicized earlier this week confirm that it was indeed a gun shot that ended Carter’s life, the officials who oversaw the autopsy say that their report has been misconstrued to suggest that their final ruling pointed towards a suicide.

The autopsy reported that the crime lab claimed Carter “was cuffed and placed into a police car, where apparently he produced a weapon, and despite being handcuffed, shot himself in the head.” In an update reports that the crime lab involved in the investigation can no formally declare the death a suicide or homicide.

The crime lab, in fact, never performed a gunshot residue test on Carter, despite the autopsy being performed amid country-wide outrage over the man’s death.

Jonesboro Police Chief Michael Yates ordered the lab to conduct a gunshot residue test, but the chief criminalist that oversaw the procedure, Lisa Channell, said the lab doesn’t even perform those analyses.

Gunshot residue tests, says Channell, can indicate if a suspect was in the general vicinity of a firearm when the trigger is pulled. “It cannot,” however, “tell you whether the person pulled the trigger or not.”

Now only days after the lab report led many to suggest that Carter was officially responsible for his own death, his case is yet again attracting criticism.

Jonesboro community members were provided a forum to talk openly about the investigation, Commission on Religion and Racism member Maxine Thomas participated in a march across the city, during which she said “Jonesboro Arkansas stinks with injustice and the world is watching.”

Benjamin Irwin, a lawyer representing Carter’s family in the case, said “he taken aback after learning that the crime lab didn’t complete their police-ordered analysis.