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May 20, 2003
Ben Godar Jesus Christ, along with any other religious deity, is not welcome at Crescenta Valley Town Council meetings following a court ruling Monday regarding prayer at public meetings. The council had come under fire for allowing such references during its invocations, and the same practice at Burbank City Council meetings landed that city in civil court. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear the city of Burbank's appeal in the case that banned religious references at its council meetings.
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By KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | September 2, 2006
What would we do without hope in our lives? I have often thought about people in crisis and reflected on my own times of trial and wondered: How do people make it without Christ, prayer and hope? For me, it has been my greatest moments of suffering that have caused me to reach out to Christ to help me through. We recently found out that a co-worker suffered from a tragic ailment. God laid this man heavily upon my heart to pray for. I prayed with my husband, my daughters, and was then inundated with questions from my 3-year-old asking, "What is wrong with Thomas?
NEWS
October 29, 2004
KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN Have you ever found yourself struggling from time to time with feelings of depression, insecurity, fear, or other emotions that you would like to be able to overcome? Do you ever view others who have strong, healthy personalities and wish you could have it all together like they do? In my 16 years in ministry, I have learned that those people who appear to be level-headed, healthy, productive individuals are not necessarily folks who do not struggle with feelings of inadequacy.
NEWS
April 11, 2003
"If your day is hemmed in prayer, it is less likely to unravel." -- Unknown Support comes in many forms, especially during times of war. We can support our troops while they are overseas by putting pen to paper, e-mailing around the world, and sending care packages. People have responded with eager enthusiasm. Newspapers and tele- visions show unbelievable photos of fires, fierce winds and faces of fear as well as resolve on the young and old alike.
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By KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | March 15, 2008
“T> he prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective” (James 5:16, Holy Bible, New International Version). I believe it is a testimony to our children when they catch us praying. This happens periodically at our home if the children get up earlier than usual. I often spend my mornings on my knees praying and reading the Bible. My children will walk in, and I always finish my prayer before addressing them (unless they are sick or some other emergency is present)
FEATURES
November 7, 2009
Daniel Henderson, a Christian pastor in Atlanta, believes many faithful people still ?don?t know how to pray effectively,? according to a recent article on CNN.com. He says most Christians pray during a crisis or pray a grocery list, ?making God a lifeline of last resort.? What do you believe is the proper way to pray without making it seem as if you?re using God as a ?lifeline of last resort?? How do you teach your faithful on effective ways of prayer? ? Henderson is right.
NEWS
By Bill Kisliuk, bill.kisliuk@latimes.com | October 16, 2010
Glendale-based IHOP has served up a federal lawsuit against a church with ministries in Pasadena and elsewhere, alleging the International House of Prayer is violating its trademark. The suit asks International House of Prayer to stop using IHOP and similar phrases, and seeks to have the court give the Web address ihop.org to the restaurant chain. Officials at the church, based in Kansas City, Mo., declined to comment. In a statement, church officials said they were aware of the lawsuit and reviewing the claims.
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