The Wall Mirage

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Walls may work temporarily in keeping people out, but it will never work in keeping prosperity within. Walls are self imposed sanctions. Keeping people out has never equated to keeping peace within. History teaches us that walls serve as accelerators to internal chaos. History further instructs that bridge building, not walls, create both peace and prosperity. A voice we never want to hear, America, “Tear Down That Wall.”

 

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Inherent in a Wall is the Inflammation of Hate

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Hate inflames on both sides of a wall regardless of who builds it.

Walls generate division, exclusiveness, and strife. Minorities more than the majority are keenly sensitive to the detriments and ills of a wall. It is historically evident that no sustainable good will ever come from building a wall.

Walls kill, not on one side, but on both sides. History is replete with people and nations falling into a tempting mirage of wall building. Let’s hope that the “shining city on the hill”, America, avoids this fate.

 

Kingdom Initiatives – Changing the World!  

Community Policing. Changing mindsets is necessary. Where is the faith community on this?

~Ellington L. Ellis~

Kingdom Initiatives – Black History Month – Diversity and Inclusion

Black History Month

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Oneness Pentecostals are committed to Diversity and Inclusion
~David K. Bernard ~

http://www.upci.org/upload/files/Statement_on_Diversity_and_Inclusion.pdf

This article is adapted from David K. Bernard, The Apostolic Church in the Twenty-first Century (Hazelwood: Word Aflame Press, 2014), 71-76.

Kingdom Initiatives – Reaching the outer limits…Oneness.

We are ALL ONE!

Arturo Martinez

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UPC Philippine Islands Gen. Conference Sunday Crusade attended by about 40 thousand. About 5,000 got the Baptism of the Holy Ghost at Marikina Sports Center. Glory to God

 

Kingdom Initiatives – Black History Month – Bishop G.T. Haywood

Its waves reach the Throne of God…

GTH Pentecostals 2016

 

Giving honor to G.T. Haywood, early leader of the Pentecostal movement and Bishop of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World. #‎BlackHistoryMonth2016‬
Photo by Pentecostals of Kentwood 
Song by PAW National Choir (Audio) I See A Crimson Stream Of Blood

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Published on Jun 8, 2013

The late great L. Craig Tyson, The great gospel organist of all time! Minister of music, song writer and arranger http://www.tyscot.com/web/about/

Kingdom Initiatives – Haywood Hancock Partners

Are you following us?  Haywood Hanock Partners

 

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We hit another milestone. Be a part of the Vision! Let’s roar!

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Kingdom Initiatives – Black History Month – Racial Harmony

At the turn of the 20th century, long before the civil rights movement of the 60’s, it was placed in the hearts of these great men the spirit of Oneness. As a result, today, being led by the United Pentecostal Church (UPCI), and the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW) the Oneness Pentecostal movement stands alone in its unprecedented commitment to racial harmony within religious and faith institutions of the world.

 

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December 31, 2015 · Grand Rapids, MI 

We Have reached another milestone. Haywood Hancock Partners now has over 1000 likes. Thanks to everyone that made this happen. You are a part of a powerful movement, Oneness!

Being Ellington Ellis – “Fruitful Dialogue…Doubting Thomas or Scientific Thomas?”

Doubting Thomas or Scientific Thomas? Either way he exclaimed, “My Lord and my God. We report, you decide

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Sometimes silence nets renewed and or additional intelligence. Which means hearing gleans information and different perspectives.

And then there is this. “The oldest, and still the most powerful, teaching tactic for fostering critical thinking is Socratic teaching. In Socratic teaching we focus on giving students questions, not answers. We model an inquiring, probing mind by continually probing into the subject with questions. Fortunately, the abilities we gain by focusing on the elements of reasoning in a disciplined and self-assessing way, and the logical relationships that result from such disciplined thought, prepare us for Socratic questioning.

Don’t forget the process is fostered in RESPECT! Selah!

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