Indy Eleven Soccer Foundation Partners With Givelify for Fundraising

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Indy Eleven Professional Soccer, the North American Soccer League team located in Indianapolis, Indiana, recently formed the Indy Eleven Soccer Foundation. A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, its mission is to:

Provide Indiana youth with positive experiences by supporting educational, soccer and other athletic programs and facilities, all of which promote healthy lifestyles and character development in under-served communities.

The Foundation partnered with Givelify for their first fundraiser, held at the team’s annual Kickoff Ball prior to the start of the season.

About Givelify

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Givelify is giving simplified.

Givelify is the simplest, most beautiful way to give and track donations to the place of worship or charity of your choice.

You’re not limited to the cash you have on hand. There’s no need to write checks, and there are no complicated forms to fill out or text message codes to remember.

Givelify automatically pinpoints your location, and intelligently identifies the fundraiser, worship service, or conference you’re attending without the need to search.

Since Givelify automatically detects where you are, making a donation can be completed in as few as three taps.

Tap one: use one of the pre-configured denominations to choose your donation amount.

Tap two: select the campaign to which you’d like to contribute.

Tap three: with your stored credit or debit card, complete your donation in one tap and get an immediate donation receipt.

Setting up recurring giving is a simple two-tap process. Tap the frequency and you’d like, and you’ll never forget to make your gift.

Givelify lets you easily see your complete donation history. Mark charities as favorites so you can donate as frequently and generously as you’d like, even when you’re thousands of miles away. Mark the place of worship you normally attend as your Home for quick one-tap access

Givelify. Tap, give, done.

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The Israelites: “Shield of David” Israelite Gets His Idol DEMOLISHED By The Scriptures!!!! #Remphan

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City/State: Riverdale , GA 30238
School Address: 8476 Hwy 85
Contact Number: (855) 484-4842 (IUIC) Extension: 711
Primary Contact: Deacon Malachi
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The Whole Duty Of Man

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Solomon sums it all up in one verse of scripture, Ecclesiastes 12:13, “…Fear God, and keep his commandments…” After all has been said and done, what’s really going to matter? Listen in as Minister In Training Imari Smith expounds on this matter. May God bless you and your walk with Him. For more information about Last Days Ministries, please visit us online at, or if you are in the Central California Valley, drop in and pay us a visit, 125 1/2 Larish St. Lemoore, CA 93245.

Pastor Sermons Jamal Bryant In Church 2016 -Best Sermons

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This video Pastor Sermons Jamal Bryant In Church 2016 -Best Sermons
Bryant is the son of the late Bishop Harrison James and Edith Holland Bryant. He was elected and consecrated the 106th Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church at the 1988 General Conference in Fort Worth, Texas.
He earned his B.A. degree in 1965 at Morgan State University, his M.Th. degree in 1970 at the Boston University School of Theology, and his D.Min. degree at the Colgate Rochester Divinity School in 1975.
Bryant also holds several Honorary Doctorates from Paul Quinn College, Wilberforce University, Payne Theological Seminary and Virginia Seminary. He received the Outstanding Alumnus Award from both Boston University School of Theology and Morgan State University. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame of his high school, Baltimore City College.
Bishop Bryant is the father of Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant, pastor and founder of the Empowerment Temple AME Church in Baltimore, Maryland, and Dr. Thema Simone Bryant Davis.

Rev. John A. Reed, Jr. – October 4th, 2017 – OBU Chapel Message

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Rev. Dr. John A. Reed, Jr., senior pastor of Fairview Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, delivered the chapel message Oct. 4 in Raley Chapel’s Potter Auditorium. His message came from Luke 7 and was titled, “Are you the one?”

He taught about how John the Baptist sent messengers to ask Jesus, “Are you the one who is to come, or shall we look for another?”

May 4, 2014 – Sermon “A New Heart and a New Spirit”

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“A New Heart and a New Spirit” by Dr. Tim Bruster, Senior Pastor, at First United Methodist Church in Fort Worth, Texas.

Sermon proceeded by a Scripture reading from Ezekiel 36:24-28 and 2 Corinthians 5:16-18.

The complete traditional worship service in the Sanctuary is streamed live every Sunday, starting at 10:55 am Central – viewable on the Church’s website.

An archive of video and sermon audio is also available on the church’s website.

[Wikipedia] San Antonio, Toledo

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San Antonio is a village in the Toledo District of Belize. It is the largest Maya settlement in Belize, with a population of approximately 1,000 people, predominantly Mopan Maya. About 88% of the inhabitants are Catholic, with 8% belonging to other Christian denominations, and 4% being non-denominational. Along with 29 other mission parishes in the Toledo District, it is pastored by Jesuits from St. Peter Claver church in Punta Gorda.

The village was founded in 1883 by Maya fleeing persecution in Guatemala. This was a part of a larger migration which also included Q’eqchi’ from Alta Verpaz who settled further south in the Crique Sarco, Dolores, and later Sarstoon, Temash, and Moho River areas.
Economic development came to San Antonio in the early 1950s with the founding of a credit union and cooperative that enabled villagers to market their own produce. Fr. William Ulrich, S.J., spearheaded this movement.
San Antonio features several attractions, including San Antonio Falls, a stone church built in 1950, and ecotourism guest houses.

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