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New Vision for the Marketplace

“NEW VISION FOR THE MARKETPLACE,” a Christian business person’s event, is scheduled for 9 am to 3 pm on April 21, 2001 at the Belmont Church Fellowship Hall in Nashville. This seminar takes a unique approach to seeing business and the work environment as a platform for the Gospel rather than a hindrance. For those who attended the last NEW…

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Tait Headlines E.R.A.C.E. University Tour in Grand Rapids

If you are anywhere near Grand Rapids, Michigan, you won’t want to miss seeing TAIT (which is the official name of the new band Michael Tait has put together for his solo gig) performing on the campus of Cornerstone University, Wednesday night, April 4th. The event is being sponsored by The E.R.A.C.E. Foundation, and is the first in what may…

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Symphony and Choir Perform Duruflé “Requiem”

The Nashville Symphony and Chorus will perform the Durufle Requiem in Nashville on April 27 and 28 at TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall. The Requiem, Op. 9 of French organist and composer Maurice Duruflé (1902-1986), was completed in 1947 and was first performed on Paris radio in November of the same year. Similar to his other 13 works, it is primarily…

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Solomon’s Wish Teams Up with Scripture Union

Pamplin Records’ vocal trio Solomon’s Wish will join Michael W. Smith, D.C. Talk, and Jennifer Knapp in the first wave of a five-year national Scripture Union campaign designed to encourage Bible reading among children and young people across America. The nationwide program will produce a series of topical Bible reading pamphlets that will provide 30 days of scripture readings related…

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ALL STAR UNITED to showcase new material at special Exit/In performance

On Thursday, March 15th, Grammy and Dove Award-nominated pop/rockers All Star United will debut never-before-heard material from their as-yet untitled new project at a special performance at Nashville’s Exit/In. The band has been holed up in studios around Nashville recording the follow-up album to their critically-acclaimed 1998 release, “International Anthems For The Human Race” (Essential/Zomba). The process to complete this…

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Dale Evans Passes Aways

Beloved actress and author Dale Evans passed away on February 7. The wife of “King of the Cowboys” Roy Rogers (who died in 1988), she was known as “Queen of the West.” Evans was inducted into the CBA Hall of Honor at July’s CBA International Convention for her lifelong achievements in work and ministry where she greeted the gathering via…

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Martins Perform at February Benefit in Nashville

On Feb. 11, Grammy nominated and multiple Dove Award winning trio The Martins join country recording artist Joe Diffie and First Steps, Inc. at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium for “Country Steps In for First Steps 2001.” The benefit concert will feature performances by The Martins, Diffie, Mark Wills, Neal McCoy, Trace Adkins, Keith Urban, Chalee Tennison, Jimmy Hall, and others….

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News from Pacific Media Ministry: Willie Jones Story

A local EMMY-awarded documentary, “The Willie Jones Story” will air nationally on the Odyssey Network in February as part of Black History Month. It is the moving true account of a high school valedictorian headed to Cornell University on a full academic scholarship who as killed in a drive-by shooting the night of his graduation. An African-American from Lincoln High…

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Michael W. Smith to Participate in Innaugural Prayer Service

Reunion recording artist Michael W. Smith has accepted an invitation to participate in the Presidential Inaugural Prayer Service, it was recently announced. The event will be held at The National Cathedral on Sunday, January 21, at 8:00 a.m. President Bush, Vice President Cheney and members of the new administration are slated to attend the Service on the morning after Inauguration…

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Armenia 1700 New Year

Events to celebrate the 1700th Anniversary of the Adoption of Christianity started on 31 December 2000 at the Monastery of Khor Virab in the Ararat region of the newly independent republic. Armenia was the first nation to officially adopt Christianity as its state religion in 301AD. According to legend, Gregory The Illuminator, the main disseminator of the religion in pagan…

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