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You got Questions? God's Word has YOUR answers! Bible Study is a time to study, ask questions, and fellowship around the Word of God with the People of God! Join Apostle Kieron and Pastor Kimberly Buford of New Antioch Christian Fellowship of Stafford Virginia with Breaking Chains with Young Adult Talk! Join us live every Tuesday at 7PM EST at 858-357-9137! Come, and let us together break the Bread of Life and discover how to BREAK THOSE CHAINS!! www.nacfofstafford.org
The house of Israel acquired many possessions and multiplied exceedingly during the course of seventeen years, even through the worst of the seven-year famine. At this time, Joseph’s father was 147 years old and bedridden. He had fallen ill and lost most of his vision. Joseph was called into his father’s house and Israel pleaded with his son that he not be buried in Egypt. Rather, he requested to be carried to the land of Canaan to be buried with his forefathers. Joseph was sworn to do as his father asked of him. (Genesis 47:27-31)
Later, Joseph came to visit his father having with him his two sons, Ephraim and Manasseh. Israel declared that they would be heirs to the inheritance of the house of Israel, as if they were his own children, just as Reuben and Simeon were. Then Israel laid his left hand on the eldest Mannasseh’s head and his right hand on the youngest Ephraim’s head and blessed Joseph. However, Joseph was displeased that his father’s right hand was not on the head of his firstborn, so he switched his father’s hands. But Israel refused saying, “but truly his younger brother shall be greater than he.” A declaration he made just as Israel himself was to his firstborn brother Esau. To Joseph, he gave a portion more of Canaanite property than he had to his other sons; land that he fought for against the Amorites. (Genesis 48:1-22)
Epic Show tonight. A special treat for the community. Sworn American Sheepdogs with Joe Sworn. Listen by phone. 845-277-9220 SASDogs is an uncensored call-in broadcast for Americans who are like-minded concerning the direction of the country’s future and what we are doing right now to get it there. If you think that America is a social and political mess, then SASDogs is your kind of show. SASDogs is not politically correct so if speaking bluntly and frankly is not your thing then this is not your show. Calls are not screened so expect the unexpected. SASDogs is for patriots, preppers, military enlisted and vets, young and old, cops, security, firefighters, and fired up civilians or anyone else who is their brother’s keeper. SASDogs mount up!
Pete Carroll will never dodge his play call, in the Super Bowl. However, there are more important things on Carroll's mind, as the 2015 season starts. The biggest concern is how will the Seahawks win the NFC West, for a third consecutive year. The St. Louis Rams have used additional picks, from the trade with Washington to stockpile young talented players. Often injured Sam Bradford is no longer the quarterback. The Rams traded for Nick Foles, who is coming off a broken collarbone. However, the addition of Todd Gurley could solidify the running game.
Carson Palmer is returning from a knee injury, in Arizona. He hopes that he can continue were he left off last season. The Cardinals defense willed them to a playoff berth, after a carousel of quarterbacks stood behind center. Still a major concern is running back. Andre Ellington is the starter, but can he handle the workload?
The fiasco with Jim Harbaugh is over, and the San Francisco 49ers have moved on. A suprise move to many, they named defensive line coach Jim Tomsula, head coach. Nothing went right for the 49ers one year ago. Chris Boreland looked to be a budding star but opted to retire, after one season. Defensively, they are going to have to try and find an indentiy. Offensively, long time running back Frank Gore has departed. This opens the door for Carlos Hyde to be the primary back. Will Tomsula work with Colin Kaepernick, or try to make him a pocket passer. There are many questions surrounding the 49ers?
Finally, Jimmy Graham is the answer inside the red zone, according to Seattle Seahawk fans. After back to back Super Bowl appearences, the Seahawks traded for one of the best tight ends, in the NFL. The biggest loss is the person whom they traded, Max Unger. Russell Wilson is a scrambling quarterback, but you still need to protect him.
1.Law enforcement officers locked down a wide area north of Chicago as they deployed a huge force, including helicopters and a SWAT team, to hunt the killers of a sherrifs deputy. The officer was shot while on morning patrol in an industrial area.. Is it open season on cops and if so who is to blame?
2. Murder rates have gone up in cities across the country, including New York, Washington, Chicago, St. Louis, Milwaukee and New Orleans. Experts point to many reasons; one said young men see violence as the only way to resolve disputes in a culture where “it is more dangerous to get caught without their gun than to get caught with their gun.”
3.Ben Carson is suddenly challenging Donald Trump in the polls. One taken in Iowa this week shows him tied overall, and leading with women and evangelical Christians. “After more than a month of Trump winning
4. Is BlacLivesMatter a hate group?
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Black customers escorted off Napa Valley Wine Train for #LaughingWhileBlack. Company backpedals and apologizes as videos of Caucasian customers on the same train, partying in the exact same manner, threaten to surface. Across the country, rallies for black trans women are taking place today. A new judge in Ferguson, MO throws out all arrest warrants issued before 2015. St. Louis prosecutor to probe shooting death of 18 year old Mansur Ball-Bey. In the last week, six police officers from across the nation were charged with the murder of unarmed people, including the murder of homeless James Boyd in New Mexico and taser death of a handcuffed man in Georgia. And more.
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50 YEARS LATER WHERE ARE THEY NOW? From Watts to What? Members of SCFIW – Student Committee For Improvement In Watts circa 1962-1966, reflect on their memories of Watts, the riots and what it meant to their lives and the world.
Supported by a fierce Irish woman, Ms. Sue Welsh, this team of young people demonstrated courage beyond the limits of what living in a ghetto meant coming of age in the early 60’s. They realized the Power of Manifesting your vision, a term not coined back in the 1960’s. They lived out their vision YOUNG PEOPLE CAN AND DO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
Many continued their educational pursuits by attending and graduating from colleges and universities across the nation. They are Professionals of every caliber who were first incubated in the womb of SCFIW. They continued to expand their visions and contributions to the world.
The world has evolved from being a ghetto to truly being a global human village.
The Real Sports Guys interview Jimmy Grant and Sean Miskimins the authors of Deprived: The Lost 1982 NFL Season:
In 1982 the NFL season was halted for 57 days by a players strike. Although an abbreviated season was eventually completed, the fans were cheated out of a full schedule, great matchups, and a true post-season. Go back in time as we use statistical analysis, humor, and the musings of two young adolescents to replay the 1982 season. Through the eyes of youth, their relationships with family, and their boyhood "idols" we revisit the 1982 season that we were all deprived of.
In addition to learning about the purpose behind writing this book, these former Division III student-athletes will talk about a new NFL Quarterback Rating System they developed!
It’s on! The football season is here and the RSG fellas are ready to go! What's going on in Waco?! USC in the news again?! Illinois big news days before the start of the season?! Wow! Ready Break!
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