Shout it aloud, do not hold back. Raise your voice like a
Thursday, May 5, we will gather on the West Lawn of the U. S. Capitol Building
in Washington, D.C. and celebrate with joy and excitement, the 32nd Capital
Region National Day of Prayer. The National Day of Prayer was established in
1952, enacted in 1988 by congressional legislation to convene the first
Thursday of May, annually. For 65 years, our nation has recognized
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A Reflective & Visionary Night, Spotlighting 2015 &
Looking Into 2016
Impact Through Unity, the glue of life is
Welcome to a creative
and enlightening, interactive experience where everyone is a participant as we
decree the unity power among the nations and generations, furthering the
kingdom of God.
Protestant churches are losing
young adults in "sobering" numbers, a survey finds. Seven in 10 Protestants
ages 18 to 30 both evangelical and mainline who went to church
regularly in high school said they quit attending by age 23.
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ICHC is responding to a
cultural change. We feel called anew through a collaborative effort with other
organizations of like mind and spirit, to connect with, reach and walk with the
Now-Generation of youth in such a way that they can come into an awareness and
experience of their Sovereign purpose in God through Jesus Christ, and to have
a relevant Kingdom impact on the world in their generation. God's plan is
always to raise up a new generation of world changers that lifts up their voice
to represent Him. A cultural shift has occurred. The youth and the church are
in two different places.
Our focus is to bridge the
gap. We have not passed this way before ...
Joshua 3:4 AMP