This week in the #MadisonBPTN2015 we are studying the Biblical institution of civil government and thus we are taking a tour of the #wisconsin State Capitol. #YWAM #ywammadison #government #tour by hickeychristopher http://bit.ly/dtskyiv #ywamkyiv #ywam #mission #missiontrip #outreach
É necessária, portanto, uma transformação cultural; uma profunda, mas lenta, transformação. Uma cultura que valorize a igualdade em dignidade e de direitos. Uma cultura que valorize a paz e não a violência – que não tenha como heroi o Capitão Nascimento. Uma cultura que rejeite verticalizações e todas as formas de opressão.
We will soon be headed off to Lesvos Greece to help the refugees as well as Israel to help the Palestinians. Syrias civil war is the worst humanitarian crisis of our time. Half the countrys pre-war population more than 11 million people have been killed or forced to flee their homes. When I look at these pictures from the island we will be going I can feel the burning desire to go and help these people to the best of my capability. Please prayerfully partner with both us as volunteers and…
Sikh -Billy Jean by Civil Wars -Immigration line in the Narita Japan airport. -A day of more flights. -#japan #narita #ywamkona #ywam #uofn #adventureculture #adventureislife #travel #throwback #christmas #sikh #friends by worldwalkerc http://bit.ly/dtskyiv #ywamkyiv #ywam #mission #missiontrip #outreach
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“Invest in the human soul. Who knows, it might be a diamond in the rough.” “We live in a world which respects power above all things. Power, intelligently directed, can lead to more freedom.” – Mary McLeod Bethune (July 10, 1875 – May 18, 1955), African-American educator best known for starting a school for African-American girls in Daytona Beach, Florida that eventually grew to be Bethune-Cookman College.