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NEWS
February 28, 2005
Las Caritas gallops toward day at the races Members of Las Caritas Auxiliary of Assistance League of Glendale will have their annual fundraiser, "Springtacular Day at the Races," on Saturday at Santa Anita Park in the Clubhouse Plaza. Ways and Means co-chairs, Mabel Morse and Gracella Gibbs, designed the invitations and organized a silent auction that will be ongoing during the races. The ticket price includes a buffet lunch, valet parking and a racing program.
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By Kelly Corrigan, kelly.corrigan@latimes.com | May 22, 2012
The challenges facing the youth of La Crescenta fueled prayers by local leaders and clergy who spoke on their behalf at the first ever Crescenta Valley Town Council Prayer Breakfast on Tuesday. More than 250 people gathered at Holy Redeemer's Healy Hall, where Chap Clark - a professor of youth, family and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary - addressed the stress and loneliness felt by so many of today's teens. In 2001 and 2002, Clark worked as a daily substitute teacher at Crescenta Valley High School where his three children attended and he observed how teens felt about their lives.
NEWS
November 19, 2004
'Prayer and Healing' will be the theme Rev. Rob Calderhead will give the message "If Jesus Did It ... " at the 10:30 a.m. service, Sunday at La Canada United Methodist Church, 104 Berkshire Place, La Canada Flintridge. The service will include laying on of hands, anointing with oil, and prayer. For more information, call 472-5794. Celebration of the first Thanksgiving The first American Thanksgiving is the theme for the 10 a.m. service Sunday at Church of the Lighted Window, 1200 Foothill Blvd.
NEWS
July 9, 2004
KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN Many years ago, I had a young lady ask me how one became a Christian, namely how one got "saved." I explained to her that salvation was about asking Jesus Christ into your heart as Lord and Savior. She asked where that concept was in the Bible. At the time, I myself had to look it up. But when I found the right scripture, I realized I had a jewel -- one I have taught to people for years in ministry. The precious scripture speaking of Jesus being the source of salvation is Romans 10:9: "If confess with your mouth 'Jesus is Lord' and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved."
NEWS
September 21, 2002
Christians in majority, so they should decide The recent editorial, "Prayer-minded councils are simply missing the point" is missing the point. The writer asks, in effect, why prayer at public meetings can't be said privately and individually instead of formally and publicly. Individual prayer is not the same as collective prayer. Those who have no religious faith often believe that religion is man-made and a form of superstition. Those who have a genuine faith know differently.
NEWS
By Ani Amirkhanian | March 24, 2008
A peace pole with a white dove perched on top stood on the front lawn of Crescenta Valley United Methodist Church on Sunday as dozens of parishioners gathered to pray and dedicate the symbol of unity. Joining the Methodist church were members from the Korean congregation of the Hansarang United Methodist Church and parishioners from Christ Armenian Church. ?We wanted to have this symbolic pole,? said the Rev. Hendrik Shanazari of Christ Armenian Church. ?It?s a peace pole.
FEATURES
March 6, 2009
Christian and Jewish faithful will begin to observe their respective holy days, with observances of Lent, Purim and Passover taking place all over the world. What does the Bible teach us about entering these holy days with a sense of prayer? For Christians, Lent is the 40 days of preparation for Easter, which this year is on April 12. The 40 days echo Jesus’ 40 days in the desert, his time of testing before his ministry. The Gospels tell us of Jesus in a struggle with Satan, who tempts him to use his powers for shortcuts to glory.
NEWS
March 8, 2002
Marshall Allen GLENDALE -- Lutheran pastors will ask God to heal people who are suffering at a "Service of Prayer for Healing" on Wednesday. Prayers will be aimed at healing physical ailments and will address spiritual and emotional needs, too, said the Rev. John Hodde of Lutheran Health Ministries of the Foothills. Prayer could even be for healing from addictions or difficult relationships, Hodde said. Lutheran Health Ministries of the Foothills is a cooperative activity of five Lutheran churches in Glendale and La Canada Flintridge.
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By Zain Shauk | August 22, 2009
The Muslim holy month of fasting begins today and, for the first time, local followers of the faith will have a nearby location to meet and practice their traditions together in what can otherwise be a lonely and challenging period of self-restraint, community leaders said. Muslims abstain from food, drink and sexual activity during daylight hours for the month of Ramadan, which follows the lunar calendar and will last until Sept. 19 this year. While local Muslims have either gone without attending traditional evening prayer services or have driven to other mosques in the past, this year will be different, said Mahmoud Nouh, spokesman for the Islamic Center of Glendale.
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