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Rose of Sharon Faith Ministries is the ultimate Christian Community Center. It is a place to worship, relax, and do business for people from all denominations and backgrounds in one exquisitely beautiful, convenient location. This Christian Community Center is a visionary project that entails creating an atmosphere of oneness while seeing to the corporate needs of the people.
Our goal is to uplift and unify communities around the world while providing valuable market resources; becoming a one-stop shop for all your spiritual needs.
On this episode of the Way Walkers Radio Show, we will be talking about our thoughts and feelings relating to our past episode where we debated a few Black Hebrew Israelites. While the show didn't necessarily go the way we had intended, we believe that it went the way God knew it would. We will be sharing our feelings in regards to that action packed episode! We will also talk about upcoming events, future topics and just random things the Lord has laid on our hearts. Just another great episode from The Way Walkers that YOU DO NOT WANNA MISS!!!!
Mike Fischbach is a 69-year-old retired engineer, married to Ann for 46 years. Ann was "officially" diagnosed with dementia in 2007, and placed in a full time care facility in 2010. Mike shares the fascinating journey of dealing with a spouse with dementia. With his Faith and Love as his cornerstone, he takes us on a the series of events that are challenging, heart wrenching, and ultimately lead him close to Ann and to Christ.
His story will be a Godsend to all who have loved one with this agonizing disease. His articulate, authentic sharing is sure to touch your soul. Enjoy.
Faith Simone’s passion for writing began as a young girl and has continued to blossom. She is a poet, playwright and novelist. She is also an active blogger, sharing her personal thoughts on writing and tips for authors on her website FaithSimone.com. Simone is adamant about using her gift of writing as a tool to help promote humanity, understanding and compassion.
Do you know WHY we have Veteran's Day? Does your community have a Veteran's Day Parade?
Did you know that Philadelphia, Pennsylvania had their FIRST Veteran's Day ever this weekend? What does a Green Light in your window or on your porch mean?
This and much much more TODAY on The Collision of Faith and Politics!
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The Country is in Shambles! One look at the CNBC Not a Debate will tell you that!
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Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidencve of things not seen.
Faith is the life blood of the life of the Believer.
Without it, it is impossible to please God.
Faith and fear have been at war since the beginning. Faith must win. Fear must lose.
Contemporary soul singer Christopher Williams was born and raised in the Bronx, New York. The nephew of jazz legend Ella Fitzgerald decided to become a singer after sitting with his aunt Ella, Frank Sinatra and Count Basie after a show. With talent in his genes and the desire to be a great recording artist, Christopher Williams emerged during the late 1980s, as a recording artist for Geffen Records. He released his debut album, entitled “Adventures in Paradise”, in 1989. The singles “Talk To Myself” and “Promises, Promises” reached the R&B Top 10 charts, and Christopher’s soulful, powerful voice made him stand out among his peers. In 1991, he landed his first acting role portraying Kareem Akbar, appearing alongside Wesley Snipes and Ice-T in the pop culture movie hit, New Jack City. His single from the soundtrack of the same name, “Dreamin’” turned gold and became a #1 single on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks charts. His 1992 Uptown Records album “Changes” featured the hits “All I See”, "Every Little Thing" and "Come Go with Me." The album peaked at sixty-three on the U.S. Billboard 200 and reached the twelfth spot on the R&B Albums chart. In 1995 the album “Changes” was followed up by “Not a Perfect Man” on Giant Records. This album brought a new direction for Williams; his first album as sole Executive Producer uses elements of reggae, R&B, hip-hop and country. In 2001, after a six year hiatus the album “Real Men Do” was released on the indie label Renegade, receiving rave reviews from Ebony Magazine and many other notable publications.
In our past we have been learning that faith is not something as much we do. We have seen that faith is not hoping that we will see as much as it is something which we do. We have seen that faith is not hoping that we will see the answer for the future, faith is believing that we have the answer now. The eyes of faith see the answer as having already happened.