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Christian Activities Ministry Statement

Our ministry is to network and unify the Body of Christ by providing current information about activities of interest to Christians in each state through articles about concerts, church events and other activities, and through articles about performers and personalities who profess to be Christians. Our goal is to further the visibility and development of Christian arts and activities, providing this information without charge so the public may find out about events impacting their lives with the good news of…

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Dates & Events Subject to Change Without Notice

The dates and events provided in our Worldwide Events Calendar (and in our articles) are subject to change without notice. We receive information in many different forms from many different sources, so we cannot provide more information or more accurate information than what is submitted to us. Most dates and events are posted using our free self-serve calendar menu. For your convenience, please always call any phone numbers provided to make sure the information is accurate and up to date….

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Copyright notice

All content is copyright © 2001 by Christian Activities.com and may not be reproduced in any form without written permission from Christian Activities.  280 total views,  1 views today

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History of Christian Activities Magazine

Launched in 1992 as a newsletter serving Nashville’s Christian music industry, the four-page publication quickly grew into a 16 – 20-page statewide magazine. In 1995, Christian Activities starting its online presence on GeoCities. By 1996, the newsletter had become a statewide magazine and was already being distributed in Alabama. In 1997, Christian Activities began distribution in parts of Kentucky and Georgia. Publisher Kathryn E. Darden is a Nashville native who has worked in the Christian music industry since the late…

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Downtown Presbyterian Church Tennessee 200 Heritage Project

In honor of Tennessee’s bicentennial, Christian Activities Tennessee continues our series of articles about historic Tennessee churches in cooperation with Tennessee 200. William Strickland designed two buildings in Nashville. Both still survive, the Capitol, and the Downtown Presbyterian Church. One is chaste Greek Revival architecture, and the other is flamboyant Egyptian Revival style. The exterior of the church has twin towers adapted from the ancient lighthouse at Alexandria, Egypt. At the entrance are twin lotus bundled columns. Here, Theo Knoch…

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