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Churches By Caroline Smalley
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Collection of Churches in and around the city of Lincoln, showing in and around each church.
Handbook for House Churches By Eric
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Helps believers get started in the house church movement.
From The Church To The Manor House By Andy Brown
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Calum Rodgers is the vicar of a small church in North Yorkshire and lives with his wife and son, Elizabeth and Jake. The bishop arrives unexpectedly and asks Calum to take up a post in the Shetland... More > Isles. However, on the journey north they encounter a terrible storm. Jake is rescued from the sea by a farmer and his family and this will change Jake’s life. The women in the village soon find out that Jake is a special young man and they fight for his affections, and this causes many problems of which Jake is unaware.< Less
The House by the Church-yard By Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
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The House by the Church-yard By Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
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House/Organic Church Bibliography By Toby DeHay
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An extensive bibliography of the house/organic church.
the house on church street, the whole story By Randy Ervin
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With this information I hope to attempt to describe the family generational curse, and how it brought about my destiny. When you read the history behind my family, and the whole story behind The... More > House On Church Street, I believe you will be able to draw the conclusion that there was a strong force drawing me into the world of the supernatural,< Less
Church House Talk Activity Book By Delois Gamblin
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A book filled with activities such as puzzles, jokes, trivia, poems and more. This book is designed to lift you spiritually as well as educate and bring to your remembrance the precepts of God. It is... More > for mature Christians as well as for new Christians and it will help Non-Christians become aquainted with the ways of God. You can use it for individual entertainment and biblical knowledge or it can be used in bible classes as a fun tool for learning.< Less
White House Horrors: The Huston Plan By Church Committee
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Just as the U.S. was obsessed by Vietnam, so too the White House became transfixed by the wave of domestic protest that swept the country. On June 5, 1970, President Nixon called in J. Edgar Hoover... More > of the FBI, Richard Helms of the CIA, and others from the military intelligence agencies. He charged them with getting better information on domestic dissenters, and directed them to determine whether they were subject to foreign influence. After a series of meetings throughout June 1970, a special report was prepared for the President. It set forth several options which ranged from the innocuous to the extreme, from doing nothing to violating the civil liberties of American citizens. In a memorandum, White House aide Tom Charles Huston recommended the extreme options to the President. These recommendations have become known as the Huston plan. The President approved the plan, and it was sent to the FBI, the CIA, and the military intelligence agencies for implementation.< Less
White House Horrors: The Huston Plan By Church Committee
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Just as the U.S. was obsessed by Vietnam, so too the White House became transfixed by the wave of domestic protest that swept the country. On June 5, 1970, President Nixon called in J. Edgar Hoover... More > of the FBI, Richard Helms of the CIA, and others from the military intelligence agencies. He charged them with getting better information on domestic dissenters, and directed them to determine whether they were subject to foreign influence. After a series of meetings throughout June 1970, a special report was prepared for the President. It set forth several options which ranged from the innocuous to the extreme, from doing nothing to violating the civil liberties of American citizens. In a memorandum, White House aide Tom Charles Huston recommended the extreme options to the President. These recommendations have become known as the Huston plan. The President approved the plan, and it was sent to the FBI, the CIA, and the military intelligence agencies for implementation.< Less