6 results for First Church of the Nazarene
Morgan to address Republicans
Jan Morgan, commentator and local Hot Springs businesswoman, will be the featured speaker at the next monthly meeting of the Republican Party of Garland County on Thursday.
The RPGC meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Family Center of First Church of the Nazarene, 3804 Central Ave. Morgan will speak after the monthly business meeting. The public is welcome to attend. Admission is free.
“Morgan is an award-winning television journalist and during … [more]
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Evangelicals making tracks in Hot Springs
by Leslie Newell Peacock, May 18, 2011
Hot Springs is the town where you gamble on the ponies, tread in the steps of gangsters taking the waters, and where a club on one of its most busy streets advertises “Strip Karaoke.” Hot baths, massages, the pleasures of the body are part of its soul; “Prairie Home Companion” humorist Garrison Keillor called it the “loose buckle on the Bible Belt.”
But there’s another … [more]
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Filed under America, Christianity, Culture, Foreign Policy, History, Islam, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, The Middle East
January 18, 2016
The name “Mission: Meeting” is sort of an inside joke for missionaries and MKs (children of missionaries are called “missionary kids” or “mishkids”) who endured endless¹ “mission meetings” (planning and business meetings). It also conveys the idea that this project’s mission is to allow web site visitors to “meet” real people of the Middle East from the points of view of Americans who actually lived and worked among them.
Hopefully, the perspective of unimpeachable (e.g., American + Christian) … [more]
Permanent link to this article: https://levantium.com/2016/01/18/once-upon-a-time-2/
I, too, would like to thank First Church of Nazarene (on lovely, picturesque, bench-free Central Avenue) for its field of little white crosses. My first thought was that the miniature Flanders Fields was a reminder of all the people we killed during our precious-moment wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. But then I noticed the church’s gaudy (and not so picturesque) electronic billboard merrily flashing “We Stand With Israel.” So maybe all those pro-life, popsicle-stick … [more]
Permanent link to this article: https://levantium.com/2014/10/19/crossing-central-avenue/
7 Things About Prophet Muhammad: A Clarification
By Qasim Rashid, 01/28/2013 6:58 pm
In her recent piece, “7 Things That May Surprise You About Muhammad,” author Lesley Hazleton offers unique insights into Prophet Muhammad’s life. Giving credit where it is due, I’ve enjoyed Hazleton’s TED talk on Prophet Muhammad, and many of her writings on Islam. In fairness, however, several of her “7 Things” are incorrect. This article mentions and clarifies these matters.
1. He was … [more]
Permanent link to this article: https://levantium.com/2013/01/29/set-the-record-straight/
The following was adapted from an e-mail conversation with my pastor, following a December 12, 2010 front-page article in the Sentinel Record describing how David Barton was “brought” to Hot Springs by another pastor (who just happens to be the new mayor’s husband) for a rah-rah rally/revival to “energize and educate” Tea Party Republicans who recently routed the Democratic establishment here (one of their candidates, who died a few days before the election, still handily beat his rival).
Barton, a … [more]
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