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This poetic retelling of The Pilgrim’s Progress is now available as children’s book with 60 beautiful illustrations spread throughout 30 chapters! Order yours today at https://www.amazon.com/dp/0736979484/…

Please SHARE if you enjoyed and were encouraged by this adaptation of John Bunyan’s classic allegory. SUBSCRIBE and click the bell button to get notifications for more! “The Pilgrim’s Progress” is a musical adventure fit for the whole family. Visit http://PilgrimsProgressFilm.com to learn more about this movie.

Shot as a labor of love with a budget of just $2500 and an entirely volunteer cast and crew, making this film has been an incredible journey for all of us at Rogue Valley Fellowship. We pray that God will use this film to further His Kingdom in a profound way, so feel free to share it with your friends and family, show it in your church, and join Christian on his journey to the city of glory!

Visit http://PilgrimsProgressFilm.com to see more information about the film, purchase the DVD or soundtrack, make a donation, or download a free curriculum for your Church’s Sunday School or VBS.

“The Pilgrim’s Progress”
Directed, Shot, & Edited by David Kirk West
Adapted for the screen by Rousseaux Brasseur
Original Score by Jeremy Oliveria
Production Design by Mera Oliverialease SHARE if you enjoyed and were encouraged by this adaptation of John Bunyan’s classic allegory. SUBSCRIBE and click the bell button to get notifications for more! “The Pilgrim’s Progress” is a musical adventure fit for the whole family. Visit http://PilgrimsProgressFilm.com to learn more about this movie.

Shot as a labor of love with a budget of just $2500 and an entirely volunteer cast and crew, making this film has been an incredible journey for all of us at Rogue Valley Fellowship. We pray that God will use this film to further His Kingdom in a profound way, so feel free to share it with your friends and family, show it in your church, and join Christian on his journey to the city of glory!

Visit http://PilgrimsProgressFilm.com to see more information about the film, purchase the DVD or soundtrack, make a donation, or download a free curriculum for your Church’s Sunday School or VBS.

“The Pilgrim’s Progress”
Directed, Shot, & Edited by David Kirk West
Adapted for the screen by Rousseaux Brasseur
Original Score by Jeremy Oliveria
Production Design by Mera Oliveria

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Mulțumesc verișorului nostru, Nicu Cicirean din Arad, care a avut bunăvoința să afișeze aceste studii pe canalul său. Le preiau aici pentru o mai bună vizibilitate și pentru a le putea găsi pe toate și pe canalul meu.

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(https://josephandisraelinegypt.wordpress.com/feature-article-imhotep-and-joseph-are-the-same-person/ )

Could Joseph and Imhotep have been the same person?

Introduction

This article looks at the person of Joseph, son of Jacob, in the Bible, and whether or not there is any non-Biblical Egyptian historical or archeological evidence of his existence.

Joseph is responsible for saving Egypt from a seven year famine and may have built the massive underground silos that can be found in many cities of Egypt. [1] [2] [3] In particular, he may have built the silos associated with the first pyramid built in Egypt (The Step Pyramid which is part of the Djoser Pyramid complex at Saqqara, designed by Imhotep). [4] [5] [6] [7]

There are many similarities between the profile of Joseph and Imhotep. [8] [9] [10] [5] Imhotep is also credited with saving Egypt from a seven year famine after hearing of the Pharaoh’s dream. Imhotep, like Joseph, was a commoner with some divine…

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Digital Evangelism: The Tipping Point

Shortly after World War I, a popular song captured an important question that is relevant again today, “How Ya Gonna Keep ‘em Down on the Farm (After They’ve Seen Paree?).”  The concern at that time was whether American soldiers from rural areas would come back home to work the farm after they’d experienced the city life and European culture of Paris.

Today, the concern church leaders have is how the Church will come out of this experience of quarantine and social isolation. Many wonder how the “new normal” will look and what does their local church need to do to adapt.

Prior to the coronavirus and the shutdown of gatherings, most churches were already experiencing decline. Everyone knows this. But one of the most impactful trends of this decline was not that fewer people were attending church, it was that regular attendees were attending less…

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Man’s greatest actions are performed in minor struggles. Life, misfortune, isolation, abandonment and poverty are battlefields which have their heroes – obscure heroes who are at times greater than illustrious heroes.

— Victor Hugo (1802-1885) French Writer

History and Customs…

In the U.S. Mothers’ Day is a holiday celebrated on second Sunday in May. It is a day when children honor their mothers with cards, gifts, and flowers. First observance in Philadelphia, Pa. in 1907, it is based on suggestions by Julia Ward Howe in 1872 and Anna Jarvis in 1907.

Although it wasn’t celebrated in the U.S. until 1907, there were days honoring mothers even in the days of ancient Greece. In those days, however, it was Rhea, the Mother of the gods that was given honor.

Later, in the 1600’s, in England there was an annual observance called “Mothering Sunday.” It was celebrated during Lent, on the fourth Sunday. On Mothering…

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