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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Apostolos Campus Ministry Promotes Worldwide Mission

Apostolos Campus Ministry(ACM) Promotes Worldwide Mission at MissionFest Toronto


MissionFest Toronto, the largest mission conference in central Canada, was held at Toronto Congress Center from Mar. 1-3 with the theme of “We Speak to Nations.” ACM joined 200 some exhibitors on the exhibit floor, adding strength to the presence of several other campus ministries at this three-day annual event of educational seminars, concerts, and interactive family activities.

Featured speakers and performers included some of the top figures in Christianity such as Ravi Zacharias, president of the Atlanta-based Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, Franklin Graham, president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan’s Purse, and Grammy-award wining artist Rebecca St. James.

“We’re very grateful to have been able to participate in this gathering,” said Cecile, who represented the European chapters at the event. “It served as a valuable opportunity for us to share with others some of the great works God has been doing in our ministry and to network with other organizations to reach the world with the message of Gospel more effectively.”

Students from ACM chapters across North America also participated in the conference by attending the plenary sessions and seminars to hear some of the sought after speakers and experts in various fields of missions work.


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Apostolos Campus Ministry

Apostolos Campus Ministry(ACM) Promotes Worldwide Mission at MissionFest Toronto


MissionFest Toronto, the largest mission conference in central Canada, was held at Toronto Congress Center from Mar. 1-3 with the theme of “We Speak to Nations.” ACM joined 200 some exhibitors on the exhibit floor, adding strength to the presence of several other campus ministries at this three-day annual event of educational seminars, concerts, and interactive family activities.

Featured speakers and performers included some of the top figures in Christianity such as Ravi Zacharias, president of the Atlanta-based Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, Franklin Graham, president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan’s Purse, and Grammy-award wining artist Rebecca St. James.

“We’re very grateful to have been able to participate in this gathering,” said Cecile, who represented the European chapters at the event. “It served as a valuable opportunity for us to share with others some of the great works God has been doing in our ministry and to network with other organizations to reach the world with the message of Gospel more effectively.”

Students from ACM chapters across North America also participated in the conference by attending the plenary sessions and seminars to hear some of the sought after speakers and experts in various fields of missions work.


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Saturday, July 08, 2006

China is start EATING up African Market

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao recently ended a seven nation tour of Africa on June 25 in a bid to improve economic, social and diplomatic ties between China and Africa.
Is it good for African Countries to do this thing?


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Thursday, July 06, 2006

eBay Bans Sellers from Using Google Checkout

eBay is banning sellers from requesting payment through Google Checkout. The online auction giant updated its Safe Payments policy this week to add Google's new payment service, Google Checkout to its list of online payment methods not permitted on eBay.

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Monday, December 05, 2005

Wells Fargo bank banned by Christian Organization

I am using this ugly bank for 2years but I never satisfied their service and all the policies and stuff.

Found out that the company's background is not very sound. I should cancel all my service as soon as I can.

FOTF Drops Wells Fargo Over 'Homosexual Agenda'

from the christianpost

Sunday, December 04, 2005

Prayer for the North Korean Starts

I hope it would be a good starting points for opening new path for the North Koreans.

The International Week of Prayer for North Korea begins today as people around the world have signed up to host prayer meetings.

http://www.christianpost.com/article/missions/1892/section/intl.week.of.prayer.for.north.korea.begins.today/1.htm

Friday, December 02, 2005

Christians slam evangelist's pro-Beijing remarks - Nation/Politics - The Washington Times, America's Newspaper

Christians slam evangelist's pro-Beijing remarks - Nation/Politics - The Washington Times, America's Newspaper: "Chinese Christian leaders and activists are upset at Oregon evangelist Luis Palau, who recently said reports of religious persecution in China were exaggerated and compared Beijing's actions to U.S. tax regulations.
Bob Fu, president of the Texas-based China Aid Association, said remarks made Nov. 19 by Mr. Palau at a press conference in Beijing are 'irresponsible and misleading' and deserve a 'rebuke.'
Mr. Palau told reporters that some reports of religious persecution are unjustified, according to a transcript on www.christianpost.com, and suggested that China's unofficial churches should register to 'receive greater freedom and blessings from the government.' "

Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Saddleback Opens AIDS Conference; Warren Urges Churches to Care | Christianpost.com- Christian News Online , Christian World News


Saddleback Opens AIDS Conference; Warren Urges Churches to Care | Christianpost.com- Christian News Online , Christian World News: "Saddleback Opens AIDS Conference; Warren Urges Churches to Care"

Evangelicals venture into AIDS activism

Evangelicals venture into AIDS activism: "Evangelicals venture into AIDS activism"

LAKE FOREST, Calif. -- After years of ministering to AIDS patients overseas, evangelical Christians are turning attention to the disease in their own back yard - and one of the nation's largest and best-known megachurches is leading the way.

Over 15 Million to Learn 'Lesson for Life' on World AIDS Day

Megachurches start doing something these days but I hope they will keep concerning serious matters like hiv/aids , poverty and so on.

christianpost.com artilce.


Prevention, care and advocacy are what organizations and communities have set their foot on as they come upon the internationally observed World AIDS Day on Thursday.

Six European Countries Join to Declare Objection to EU Stem Cell Research Funding

Six European Countries Join to Declare Objection to EU Stem Cell Research Funding: "Six European countries have joined together to declare their objection to the European Unions highly controversial plans to fund stem cell research On Monday Maltas Competitiveness Minister Censu Galea held"

Hybels Moved to Action by AIDS Orphans

Megachurch pastors start thinking something important.
Check this article out.

Hybels Moved to Action by AIDS Orphans