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MessagePosté le: Ven 11 Aoû - 19:04 (2017)    Sujet du message: HILLARY CLINTON'S PASTOR COMPARES HER DEFEAT BY TRUMP TO DEATH OF CHRIST, SAY SHE NOW WANTS TO PREACH / SHOCKING PROOF !!! HILLARY CLINTON BODY DOUBLES ARE CAMPAIGNING -CHECK IT OUT !!! Répondre en citant

HILLARY CLINTON'S PASTOR COMPARES HER DEFEAT BY TRUMP TO DEATH OF CHRIST, SAY SHE NOW WANTS TO PREACH

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By Leonardo Blair , Christian Post Reporter | Aug 11, 2017 11:00 AM


(Photo: REUTERS/Rick Wilking)Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton walks off the debate stage as Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump remains at his podium after the conclusion of their third and final 2016 presidential campaign debate at UNLV in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., October 19, 2016.

After Hillary Clinton suffered a devastating loss in the 2016 presidential race to Donald Trump, her longtime pastor — who compared her loss to the death of Christ — says she now has her eyes set on a higher calling. She wants to be a preacher and he thinks she'll be great at it.

On Aug. 15, the Rev. Dr. William S. Shillady, who currently serves as executive director of the United Methodist City Society in New York is set to release a book of the regular inspirational scriptures he sent Clinton during her failed campaign. The book is titled Strong for a Moment Like This: The Daily Devotions of Hillary Rodham Clinton.

He revealed in a recent interview with CNN how Clinton leaned on her faith to overcome her defeat by Trump and how the loss has sparked a desire in her to work for the Lord from the pulpit.

"We were having a photo shoot for the book and chatting about preaching and she said, 'Bill, I think I'd like to preach.' In United Methodism, there's a tradition of having laypeople preach from the pulpit, and I think she's going to look at occasionally doing that and sharing the good news without it being a politically charged environment," Shillady said.

And he supports her ambition.

"She is very comfortable in the pulpit. It's something that comes naturally to her, and she knows the Bible. That's why I think she'd make a great preacher," he said.

On Shillady's bio page on the United Methodist City Society's website, he touts his close relationship with Clinton, noting that he co-officiated the Chelsea Clinton-Marc Mesvinsky wedding with Rabbi James Ponet in July 2010 and that he also led the memorial service for Clinton's mother, Dorothy Rodham.

The Christian Post requested an interview with Shillady earlier this week to further discuss Clinton's ambitions for the pulpit but he was unavailable to comment for this report.

He revealed to CNN, however, that Clinton's loss last November was so devastating it may have been comparable to what the disciples experienced when Jesus died.

"I woke up that morning (on November 9) and it felt like maybe what the Apostles experienced on Good Friday. Their leader, master and savior was dead and gone and they didn't know what to do. And I thought of this phrase from the Rev. Tony Compolo: Good Friday was tough, but Sunday was coming," he said.



United Methodist Minister Publishing Hillary Clinton Bible Devotional Book
 
He noted that Clinton reads the Bible every day and knows it "remarkably well."

"That, for her, is a practice of spiritual discipline. She told me that my email was the first she opened every day and it helped keep her grounded and centered. Since the election, she's also spent time walking in the woods and having time to think and pray. Now she says she's coming out of the woods," he said.

Shillady also agreed in part that Clinton's defeat in November can be attributed to her failure to share enough about who she is as a believer on the campaign trail.

"I think it's partially true, but she did speak a lot about her faith at various townhalls and rallies and when meeting people on the street. But it was not reported, and it wasn't what her critics wanted to look at. She talked about her faith every time she was asked about it, but within the Methodist culture, we aren't people who wear our religion on our sleeves," he said.

In the meantime though, Shillady said Clinton is moving on. Continuing with the crucifixion metaphors, he said: "'Sunday' is now for her. She's the most relaxed I've ever seen her, having fun with her grandchildren. I think she'll continue to speak out on issues that are important to her on women and gender and children's health. 'Sunday' is not another election for her. She's moving on with her life."

http://www.christianpost.com/news/hillary-clintons-pastor-compares-her-defe…

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SHOCKING PROOF !!! HILLARY CLINTON BODY DOUBLES ARE CAMPAIGNING  -CHECK IT OUT !!!



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MessagePosté le: Ven 22 Sep - 03:12 (2017)    Sujet du message: ORGANIZERS OF UTAH'S FIRST MUSLIM HERITAGE FESTIVAL ARE COUNTING ON THEIR SHARED LOVE OF LEARNING, INVENTION, AND POLYGAMY TO BUILD BRIDGES OF FRIENDSHIP AND UNDERSTANDING Répondre en citant

 ORGANIZERS OF UTAH'S FIRST MUSLIM HERITAGE FESTIVAL ARE COUNTING ON THEIR SHARED LOVE OF LEARNING, INVENTION, AND POLYGAMY TO BUILD BRIDGES OF FRIENDSHIP AND UNDERSTANDING

In Utah, Muslims receive the kind of warm welcome they don’t get in many other parts of the country…thanks to the Mormons.



SLTrib  (h/t KittyP) Come and explore a collaboration of many Utah organizations and individuals to show “contributions” Muslims have made through math, science, technology, medicine, arts (and more) over the centuries.  ISLAMIC UTAH:



Spokeswoman Suryani Omar said the festival aims to bring Muslim and non-Muslim youths together to explore contributions by the religious minority and Islamic peoples of the past and present in myriad fields. “Muslims have, and will continue to contribute to various fields, and this is an opportunity to highlight some of these contributions,” Omar said.

No, they haven’t and no, they won’t. Here’s why: THEY CAME. THEY SAW. THEY PLAGIARIZED. 1001 so-called Muslim inventions, virtually none of which were actually invented by Muslims

ISLAM AND MORMONISM COMPARED! AMAZING!



VIDEO - PART 1 :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzZ5NzPuRr4



VIDEO - PART 2 :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzNBAyoIRu0

http://www.barenakedislam.com/2017/09/20/organizers-of-utahs-first-muslim-heritage-festival-are-counting-on-their-shared-love-of-learning-invention-and-polygamy-to-build-bridges-of-friendship-and-understanding/


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MessagePosté le: Dim 1 Oct - 03:58 (2017)    Sujet du message: MISSION AMERICA COALITION NAMES MILLENNIAL EVANGELIST NICK HALL CEO Répondre en citant

MISSION AMERICA COALITION NAMES MILLENNIAL EVANGELIST  NICK HALL CEO



"It's fitting that God would lead us to select an evangelist to carry on this movement to a new generation for the expansion of the Gospel has always been the focus of the Mission America Coalition." -- Dr. Paul Cedar, Chairman of the Mission America Coalition

Contact: Jennifer Willingham (for PULSE), 615-483-4729, Jennifer@iconmediagroup.com; Noel Foutz (for Mission America Coalition), noel@missionamerica.org

PALM DESERT, Calif., July 27, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ -- Nick Hall, the 35-year-old founder of PULSE and visionary behind Together 2016, will be named President and CEO of the Mission America Coalition, one of the nation's most significant conveners of Christian leaders and organizations focused upon evangelism and discipleship.

The Mission America Coalition was launched in 1993 by the United States' Committee of the global Lausanne Movement. The Lausanne Movement was founded in 1974 by Rev. Billy Graham as he developed a passion to unite all evangelicals in the common task of the total evangelization of the world.

What started as the U.S. representative voice of the Lausanne Movement, the Mission America Coalition has become a significant part of the Christian landscape in our nation. Today, Rev. Graham sits as the honorary chair of the Mission America Coalition. The Coalition regularly convenes national leaders in advance of the Gospel in North America, most recently through its Love2020 initiative that aims to reach every American with the authentic love of Jesus by the end of 2020. The Mission America Coalition's diverse activities have a single focus: evangelism and discipleship in the United States.

"It is with joy that we welcome Nick Hall as our incoming President/CEO of the Mission America Coalition," said Dr. Paul Cedar, Chairman of Mission America Coalition. "It's fitting that God would lead us to select an evangelist to carry on this movement to a new generation for the expansion of the Gospel has always been the focus of the Mission America Coalition. I believe Nick Hall has been uniquely anointed by God to share the Gospel, and we believe he has a voice and message that will resonate with this generation and bring together leaders for the cause of evangelism."

"Evangelism is my passion, and it has been the entire focus of my adult life," said Hall. "I'm honored to join the Mission America Coalition and I'm praying and believing for a great move of God in our generation. As leaders in the Church, we have been given the charge not only to train up young leaders but also to collaborate with them. I believe this generation is hungry for Jesus, and we're doing everything we can to make Jesus known."

Dr. Cedar continued, "God has wonderfully prepared Nick to assume this significant leadership role, and we thank God for it."

Nick Hall will continue involvement with PULSE even as he assumes his role at the Mission America Coalition for "PULSE is itself a coalition of evangelists." Last year, Hall and PULSE gathered hundreds of thousands on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. for Together 2016. The event, which the Washington Post reported was filled with prayer for hope and reconciliation.

Dr. Cedar concludes, "with all my heart I believe the Gospel of Jesus is the hope of the world, and my prayer for Mission America is that the Gospel will shine as brightly as ever before through the ongoing work of this wonderful coalition."

The Board of the Mission America Coalition includes the presidents of many nationally respected Christian organizations such as the National Association of Evangelicals and CRU (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ). It also includes denominational leaders, senior executives from a number of Christian colleges and universities, and executives from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.

PULSE, founded in 2006 by evangelist Nick Hall, is a prayer and evangelism movement on mission to empower the Church and awaken culture to the reality of Jesus. In the tradition of Rev. Billy Graham, PULSE was started by students on a college campus and has expanded to host large-scale evangelism events in cities and stadiums throughout the United States and internationally. In July 2016, PULSE held a massive event on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.  Together 2016 drew hundreds of thousands from across the nation for a day of prayer, worship, and commissioning.

The Mission America Coalition (MAC), founded in 1993 by the U.S. Committee of the Lausanne Movement, is an alliance of leaders in evangelism and discipleship whose exclusive focus is to mobilize the church to spread the Gospel of Jesus in deed and word. The Coalition has had executive-level involvement from 81 denominations, more than 350 parachurch organizations, and countless national, regional, and local networks. 

Dr. Paul Cedar is the Chairman and outgoing CEO of the Mission America Coalition. Before joining the Mission America Coalition, he served as the President of the Evangelical Free Church of America for two three-year terms, as the Senior Pastor of Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena, California, for 10 years, as Executive Pastor and Pastor of Evangelism at Hollywood Presbyterian Church, and as pastor of several Evangelical Free Churches. He was also a Crusade Associate with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and a Crusade Director with evangelist Leighton Ford. Dr. Cedar has also served as Chairman of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, and currently serves as a member of the National Prayer Committee. He is the author of eight books. Paul and his wife Jeannie live in California and have three children and four grandchildren.

Nick Hall is the founder and chief communicator of PULSE, a nonprofit organization at the center of the largest student-led prayer and outreach efforts in America today. As an evangelistic voice to the next generation, Nick Hall has shared the Gospel at hundreds of events to millions of students and is regularly featured as a speaker for pastors' gatherings, student conferences, training events, and festivals around the world. Nick is the author of Reset: Jesus Changes Everything (Multnomah, 2016). He sits on the leadership teams of US Lausanne Committee, the National Association of Evangelicals, and the student advisory team for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA). Nick, his wife, Tiffany, and their two children live in Minneapolis, MN.

http://www.christiannewswire.com/news/1317479889.html


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