At the age of 18, on the saturday evening of march 23, 1968, andrew had an encounter with god that forever changed his life. as if looking in a mirror, he saw himself as a hypocrite, much like the pharisees jesus rebuked. he had fallen into the bondage of legalism and performance. as he prayed, confessing his self-righteousness and fully expecting the wrath of god to fall, he was instead overwhelmed with the presence of god‘s love. it was in the midst of this revelation that he received his call to ministry.
be a part of the celebration of andrew's 50th year in ministry! stay tuned next week for a social media festivity full of special surprises.
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504 zivilisten von us-soldaten hingerichtet. beim massaker von my lai, heute vor 50 jahren mitten im vietnam-krieg. am 16. märz 1968, landeten hubschraubern nahe my lai, das die us-armee für eine hochburg des #vietcong hielt. der fotograf haeberle war am tag des massakers in my lai und fotografierte die aufgehäuften leichen. "da waren keine kämpfer, das waren alles zivilisten", sagte haeberle. das massaker gilt als wendepunkt in der öffentlichen wahrnehmung des vietnamkrieges in den #usa.
Internationally renowned choreographer richard alston is celebrating 50 years of his illustrious career in dance. here's a throwback to when dance royalty michael clark performed in his piece dutiful ducks in 1982... #throwback#dance#50years#contemporarydance
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This week, we are celebrating 50 incredible years in ministry and all that god has done. you are invited to be a part of this celebration during our week-long giveaway extravaganza, which will include:
1. everyone who registers receives a free download of andrew's book, "you've already got it."
2. eight daily winners of our surprise giveaways (different prizes given each day).
3. one grand-prize winner of andrew's complete library of teachings.
all you need to do to participate to win is to register through the link in our bio.
tag a friend below so they can enter to win as well!
#50years pt 2 what’s change? rev jaramogi aka rev albert cleage shortly after the 1968 detroit riots let’s white amerikkka have a taste of cold truth in a firey debate with police chiefs cleage yells “ there’s a power struggle going and black people aren’t going to tolerate oppression any longer “ cameo from gaidi obadele/milton henry ( republic of new afrika ) it’s been 50 years and the recent shooting of #stephonclark what’s next for new afrikans??? the reverend albert cleage jr. represented the more militant side of the pulpit in pre-riot detroit. a highly skilled orator, cleage was renowned for his blunt, separatist’s views and the desire to create what he coined a “black nation.” he was the ideological spokesman for detroit’s black militancy and, despite the backlash against him, he was a voice that would not be silenced. as a result he became a very polarized figure. whites viewed cleage’s sunday shock sermons as laced with racial invective, having the effect of further fracturing an already divided city. his black congregation pumped their fist with approval for a leader who aggressively took on the great white power structure they had long believed was the root of the problem in detroit and for their perpetual, if not pre-fabricated, black plight. #20shots#sacramento#california#anationwithinanation#albertcleage#malcolmx#rna50#newyork#newjersey#chicago#cleveland#detroit#milwaukee#baltimore#washingtondc#virginia#atlanta#charlotte#losangeles#breakfastclub#shaderoom#balleralert#wshh#policebrutality#policeterrorism#copwatch