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Category: GeneralFairhaven Church 50th Anniversary

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March 30, 2014N/A

CENTERVILLE, OH- Fairhaven Church is celebrating 50 years of ministry and service in the greater Dayton community. During the three weekends leading up to Easter Fairhaven family and friends will reflect on the journey and look forward to the next 50 years.

On March 29 and 30, the Founding and Charter families will be recognized in the service and by way of a historical video. On April 5 and 6 the spotlight will be on the five churches Fairhaven has planted in the Dayton region. Then on April 12 and13 the focus will be on Fairhaven’s global impact by skyping with “home grown missionaries” in the field.

The journey started in the spring of 1964 when 12 families from Burns Avenue Church in Dayton (current the site of the Gospel Mission) began meeting at the Kettering YMCA.

In the 50-years Fairhaven has had three pastors, each playing a significant role in the growth of the congregations and in the expansion of the physical church to accommodate the ever-expanding impact in the communities Fairhaven serves.

David Smith, the current Lead Pastor said, “We believe that God wants to do great things in us and through us. We want to reach people and have an influence in our community.” In 2010, the church celebrated the completion of a building campaign that included an expanded lower level, complete with a submarine slide, a new coffee shop and the addition of the Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC), along with launching their second campus, Fairhaven Northmont. A new preschool/nursery building and a soft play area were completed in 2013. The church is currently looking forward to the construction of a new, 400-seat chapel and launching a third campus in Springboro. Some 5,000 people attend the Centerville campus weekly.

The community is invited to attend the 50th Anniversary celebrations. Saturday services begin at 6 pm, and Sunday services are 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.

Join us also for Easter at Fairhaven services on Saturday, April 19 at 6:00 PM and Sunday, April 20 at 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM and Noon. Fairhaven Church Centerville Campus is located at 637 E Whipp Rd., 45459

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Category: GeneralFairhaven Church 50th Anniversary

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April 5, 2014N/A

CENTERVILLE, OH- Fairhaven Church is celebrating 50 years of ministry and service in the greater Dayton community. During the three weekends leading up to Easter Fairhaven family and friends will reflect on the journey and look forward to the next 50 years.

On March 29 and 30, the Founding and Charter families will be recognized in the service and by way of a historical video. On April 5 and 6 the spotlight will be on the five churches Fairhaven has planted in the Dayton region. Then on April 12 and13 the focus will be on Fairhaven’s global impact by skyping with “home grown missionaries” in the field.

The journey started in the spring of 1964 when 12 families from Burns Avenue Church in Dayton (current the site of the Gospel Mission) began meeting at the Kettering YMCA.

In the 50-years Fairhaven has had three pastors, each playing a significant role in the growth of the congregations and in the expansion of the physical church to accommodate the ever-expanding impact in the communities Fairhaven serves.

David Smith, the current Lead Pastor said, “We believe that God wants to do great things in us and through us. We want to reach people and have an influence in our community.” In 2010, the church celebrated the completion of a building campaign that included an expanded lower level, complete with a submarine slide, a new coffee shop and the addition of the Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC), along with launching their second campus, Fairhaven Northmont. A new preschool/nursery building and a soft play area were completed in 2013. The church is currently looking forward to the construction of a new, 400-seat chapel and launching a third campus in Springboro. Some 5,000 people attend the Centerville campus weekly.

The community is invited to attend the 50th Anniversary celebrations. Saturday services begin at 6 pm, and Sunday services are 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.

Join us also for Easter at Fairhaven services on Saturday, April 19 at 6:00 PM and Sunday, April 20 at 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM and Noon. Fairhaven Church Centerville Campus is located at 637 E Whipp Rd., 45459

Category: GeneralPriscilla Shirer Simulcast

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April 5, 2014

If you've enjoyed studying through Priscilla's Bible studies such as Gideon, you'll love experiencing her teaching via simulcast. Priscilla's desire is to see women fully understand who they are in Christ by hearing the uncompromising truth of Scripture. Why? Because the Word of God is real, it's alive, and it works every day.
Our schedules are so packed that we forget that every single day we need to be in the Word of God. The Priscilla Live Simulcast provides a unique opportunity to position yourself to hear from Him.
$22.00 or $27.00 day of the event and this includes a lovely lunch
10:am to 5:00 pm
No child care is offered
Please call Cindy @937/360-3858 to make your reservation

Priscilla Shirer Simulcast

Category: GeneralMake a Difference - Suicide Prevention...Save a Life 5K Race/Walk

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April 5, 2014

We invite you, your family and friends to participate in our
5K Run/Walk to benefit Suicide Prevention Center, Inc.
(SPC). The center is comprised mostly of volunteers who
answer the crisis hotlines and provide help to people who
are feeling overwhelmed. Your participation in this race,
along with your donation, will help Suicide Prevention Center
serve the crisis needs of the people of the greater Miami
Valley (24 southwestern OH counties). Those wishing to
walk/run in the name of a friend or loved one who died
by suicide are encouraged to attend. Suicide is preventable!
If you know what to look for and what to do, you
can save a life.

Event schedule and times
AWARDS:
Awards will be presented to overall winners and the male
and female winners in the following age groups: under 10,
11-14, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, and 70 and
over.

DIRECTIONS TO DAYTON VA MEDICAL CENTER;
From East:Take US-35 West toward Eaton. Take Liscum
Dr. exit, turn right onto Liscum Dr. Turn right into the Dayton
VA Medical Center, Dayton, OH 45428.
From West:Take US-35 East toward Dayton. Take Liscum
Dr. exit, turn left onto Liscum Dr. Turn right into the Dayton
VA Medical Center, Dayton, OH 45428.

Make a Difference - Suicide Prevention...Save a Life 5K Race/Walk

Category: GeneralFree Pizza Party for youths 12 - 21 by Child Evangelism of the Miami Valley

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April 5, 2014

Middle school, high school and college students (ages 12 - 21) from around your state are coming together to reach the boys and girls of your community – and YOU can be a part of this team! You're invited to a free pizza party to learn more about CYIA. Youth groups, leaders and parents are all invited.
Christian Youth in Action (CYIA) by Child Evangelism Fellowship of the Miami Valley, is a program designed to train you and a team of other young people in effective and engaging ways to teach children about God. You will attend a one to two week training school where you will learn to present the Gospel clearly on a child’s level, counsel a child for salvation and lead a dynamic club ministry for kids. Components of this club include teaching a Bible lesson, a real-life missionary story and a Bible verse as well as leading songs, games and a fun review time.
After this training, you will return to your local community and teach clubs at various locations with a team of other young people. These clubs take place out in the community with predominantly unsaved kids who don’t regularly attend church. You will be able to take the light of the gospel to them in their apartment complexes, daycare centers, neighborhoods, schools and other community locations. Depending on the state you serve in, you will teach clubs from one to five weeks during the summer.
If you have a heart for ministry and want to team up with other young people to reach the children in your community, then CYIA is for you!
The free pizza party will be Saturday, April 5th, noon to 2:00. Reservations are not required, but are appreciated: 937-274-9781.

Category: GeneralPreble County Victim Witness Program 5k Run/Walk

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April 5, 2014

Preble County Victim Witness Program* 5k Run/Walk
Race Description:
The route for this year’s race will kickoff at the courthouse front lawn. Participants will continue up West Main Street, enter through the exit of Fort St. Clair, come out the entrance, go through a portion of the cemetery, then head back to the courthouse. Water will be provided. Also, stick around afterwards for our celebration cookout!
Prizes:
*1st Place Overall Male and Female
*1st and 2nd places in each age division.
(12 & under, 13 - 18, 19 - 25, 26 - 35, 36 - 45, 46- 55, 56 & over.)
For more information, call:
937-456-9110 or contact us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Preble-County-Victim-Witness-Program/130587740345224

*This year, National Victims Right Week will be observed April 6-12.
The Preble County Victim Witness Program is hosting a variety of events. On Sunday, April 6, the Victim Witness Program will be hosting the program’s sixth annual 5k run/walk.
The 5k was developed in order to bring people together to celebrate survivors, remember loved ones lost, and empower individuals and the community to fight for crime victim’s rights. Survivors are encouraged to participate in honor of a loved one and are invited to wear t-shirts, buttons, etc. to express who they are walking/running for.
Registration and pick-up will be held from noon to 1 p.m., and the race begins at 1:15 p.m. A mini 1k run/walk will also be hosted April 6 at 11 a.m. (registration is at 10:30 a.m.) for kids. All benefits of the mini run/walk will benefit the Preble County Kids and Cops program.

Preble County Victim Witness Program 5k Run/Walk

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Category: GeneralFairhaven Church 50th Anniversary

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April 6, 2014N/A

CENTERVILLE, OH- Fairhaven Church is celebrating 50 years of ministry and service in the greater Dayton community. During the three weekends leading up to Easter Fairhaven family and friends will reflect on the journey and look forward to the next 50 years.

On March 29 and 30, the Founding and Charter families will be recognized in the service and by way of a historical video. On April 5 and 6 the spotlight will be on the five churches Fairhaven has planted in the Dayton region. Then on April 12 and13 the focus will be on Fairhaven’s global impact by skyping with “home grown missionaries” in the field.

The journey started in the spring of 1964 when 12 families from Burns Avenue Church in Dayton (current the site of the Gospel Mission) began meeting at the Kettering YMCA.

In the 50-years Fairhaven has had three pastors, each playing a significant role in the growth of the congregations and in the expansion of the physical church to accommodate the ever-expanding impact in the communities Fairhaven serves.

David Smith, the current Lead Pastor said, “We believe that God wants to do great things in us and through us. We want to reach people and have an influence in our community.” In 2010, the church celebrated the completion of a building campaign that included an expanded lower level, complete with a submarine slide, a new coffee shop and the addition of the Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC), along with launching their second campus, Fairhaven Northmont. A new preschool/nursery building and a soft play area were completed in 2013. The church is currently looking forward to the construction of a new, 400-seat chapel and launching a third campus in Springboro. Some 5,000 people attend the Centerville campus weekly.

The community is invited to attend the 50th Anniversary celebrations. Saturday services begin at 6 pm, and Sunday services are 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.

Join us also for Easter at Fairhaven services on Saturday, April 19 at 6:00 PM and Sunday, April 20 at 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM and Noon. Fairhaven Church Centerville Campus is located at 637 E Whipp Rd., 45459

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Category: GeneralMonumental - In Search of America's National Treasure (movie) with Kirk Cameron

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April 9, 2014

Christian Life Center - West Auditorium

Monumental is the story of America’s beginnings. Presented, produced, and starring Kirk Cameron, the 90-minute true story follows this father of six across Europe and the U.S. as he seeks to discover America’s true “national treasure” – the people, places, and principles that made America the freest, most prosperous and generous nation the world has ever known.

Monumental is heralded as “inspiring,” “beautifully executed,” “powerful,” and “one meant to teach.”

Long regarded as “the land of opportunity,” there’s no question the tiny band of religious outcasts who founded this country hit upon a formula for success that went way beyond what they could have imagined. How else can you explain the fact that they established a nation that has become the best example of civil, economic and religious liberty the world has ever known?

What formula did they discover? What motivated them to come here in the first place? More importantly, how can we apply these same foundational truths today?

Take your family on a new adventure to discover the true national treasure of America. Monumental is available to purchase on DVD now!.
- See more at: http://www.monumentalmovie.com/#sthash.Lfp9uhzh.dpuf
info@clcdayton.org

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Category: GeneralNational Day of Dialogue

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April 10, 2014N/A

As a high school or college student, do you wish your classmates could hear more of the story—like the truth about God’s deep love for us and what the Bible really says about His redemptive design for marriage and sexuality? Wouldn’t it be nice if a deeper and freer conversation could happen when controversial sexual topics are brought up in your school? The good news is, it can—and that’s where Day of Dialogue® comes in. In contrast to the whole idea of silence, this is a day that encourages open dialogue. Watch the Day of Dialogue video Focus on the Family firmly believes that the truth will rise to the surface when honest conversations are allowed to happen.

https://www.facebook.com/FocusDayOfDialogue
https://twitter.com/Day_Of_Dialogue

National Day of Dialogue

Category: GeneralPregnancy Care of Cincinnati Anniversary Banquet featuring Point of Grace Concert

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April 10, 2014

Signs of Life! 30th Anniversary Banquet with Point of Grace.

Join us Thursday April 10th at the Savannah Center for a wonderful evening celebrating the
30th anniversary of Life Forward Pregnancy Care of Cincinnati.

Signs of Life 30th Anniversary Banquet
Thursday April 10, 2014

The Savannah Center
5533 Chappell Crossing Boulevard
West Chester, Ohio 45069

5:30 pm Pre-event reception with Point of Grace
Silent Auction and Light Refreshments
6:30 pm Dinner and program with special performance by Point of Grace

Tickets and Tables available now!

Individual Tickets $40 each
Pair of Tickets $75
Silver Table Host** $500 (reception, table of 10, program listing)
Gold Table Host** $1000 (reception, table of 10, premium seating, program listing or advertisement) Sponsorships are still available! Call Steve Stephenson, Director of Development at (513) 487-7777 or email sstephenson@pregnancycarecincy.org*This is guest list only event, no paper tickets will be distributed
**Please provide a list of table guests by Friday April 4, 2014 by mailing this form to our office or emailing this form to sminard@pregnancycarecincy.orgContact us with questions or for more information about this event.

Pregnancy Care of Cincinnati Anniversary Banquet featuring Point of Grace Concert

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Category: GeneralFairhaven Church 50th Anniversary

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April 12, 2014N/A

CENTERVILLE, OH- Fairhaven Church is celebrating 50 years of ministry and service in the greater Dayton community. During the three weekends leading up to Easter Fairhaven family and friends will reflect on the journey and look forward to the next 50 years.

On March 29 and 30, the Founding and Charter families will be recognized in the service and by way of a historical video. On April 5 and 6 the spotlight will be on the five churches Fairhaven has planted in the Dayton region. Then on April 12 and13 the focus will be on Fairhaven’s global impact by skyping with “home grown missionaries” in the field.

The journey started in the spring of 1964 when 12 families from Burns Avenue Church in Dayton (current the site of the Gospel Mission) began meeting at the Kettering YMCA.

In the 50-years Fairhaven has had three pastors, each playing a significant role in the growth of the congregations and in the expansion of the physical church to accommodate the ever-expanding impact in the communities Fairhaven serves.

David Smith, the current Lead Pastor said, “We believe that God wants to do great things in us and through us. We want to reach people and have an influence in our community.” In 2010, the church celebrated the completion of a building campaign that included an expanded lower level, complete with a submarine slide, a new coffee shop and the addition of the Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC), along with launching their second campus, Fairhaven Northmont. A new preschool/nursery building and a soft play area were completed in 2013. The church is currently looking forward to the construction of a new, 400-seat chapel and launching a third campus in Springboro. Some 5,000 people attend the Centerville campus weekly.

The community is invited to attend the 50th Anniversary celebrations. Saturday services begin at 6 pm, and Sunday services are 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.

Join us also for Easter at Fairhaven services on Saturday, April 19 at 6:00 PM and Sunday, April 20 at 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM and Noon. Fairhaven Church Centerville Campus is located at 637 E Whipp Rd., 45459

Category: GeneralOasis House Spring Tea

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April 12, 2014

Oasis House is hosting its 5th Annual Springtime Tea Fundraiser!

Saturday, April 12, 2014
11:00am to 1:00pm

Tipp City United Methodist Church
8 West Main Street
Tipp City, Ohio 45371

In addition to wonderful company and a program led by WFCJ deejay Kelly O'Brady, there will be a fashion show (with selected fashions from the Palms of Oasis Boutique) and a Silent Auction.

This is a free event, although donations are very much appreciated.

If you would like to attend, please RSVP to jhendrick@oasisforwomen.org or 937.898.7811, so we can look for you there.

Category: GeneralHeaven's Gates & Hell's Flames Drama by New Creations Chapel, Richmond IN

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April 12, 2014

“Heaven’s Gates & Hell’s Flames” is a high-impact, compelling presentation of the reality of Jesus Christ, His death and resurrection, heaven, hell and a person’s choice in life determining where they will spend eternity.

Performances will be 7:00 PM nightly on Saturday, April 12th, Sunday April 13, and Monday April 14, 2014.
We do pray that you will come and bring others. To obtain your free tickets, please call 765-935-2790 or email info@newcreationschapel.org

Heaven's Gates & Hell's Flames Drama by New Creations Chapel, Richmond IN

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Category: GeneralFairhaven Church 50th Anniversary

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April 13, 2014N/A

CENTERVILLE, OH- Fairhaven Church is celebrating 50 years of ministry and service in the greater Dayton community. During the three weekends leading up to Easter Fairhaven family and friends will reflect on the journey and look forward to the next 50 years.

On March 29 and 30, the Founding and Charter families will be recognized in the service and by way of a historical video. On April 5 and 6 the spotlight will be on the five churches Fairhaven has planted in the Dayton region. Then on April 12 and13 the focus will be on Fairhaven’s global impact by skyping with “home grown missionaries” in the field.

The journey started in the spring of 1964 when 12 families from Burns Avenue Church in Dayton (current the site of the Gospel Mission) began meeting at the Kettering YMCA.

In the 50-years Fairhaven has had three pastors, each playing a significant role in the growth of the congregations and in the expansion of the physical church to accommodate the ever-expanding impact in the communities Fairhaven serves.

David Smith, the current Lead Pastor said, “We believe that God wants to do great things in us and through us. We want to reach people and have an influence in our community.” In 2010, the church celebrated the completion of a building campaign that included an expanded lower level, complete with a submarine slide, a new coffee shop and the addition of the Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC), along with launching their second campus, Fairhaven Northmont. A new preschool/nursery building and a soft play area were completed in 2013. The church is currently looking forward to the construction of a new, 400-seat chapel and launching a third campus in Springboro. Some 5,000 people attend the Centerville campus weekly.

The community is invited to attend the 50th Anniversary celebrations. Saturday services begin at 6 pm, and Sunday services are 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.

Join us also for Easter at Fairhaven services on Saturday, April 19 at 6:00 PM and Sunday, April 20 at 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM and Noon. Fairhaven Church Centerville Campus is located at 637 E Whipp Rd., 45459

Category: GeneralKettering College Spring Into Health 5K

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April 13, 2014

2014 Spring Into Health 5K - Sunday, April 13
Race at 2 p.m.
Arrive early for our health fair at 12:30!

HURRY! Online registration closes April 7.

WHO: Kettering College presents its sixth annual Spring Into Health 5K run/walk, benefiting Dayton’s Good Neighbor House (75%) and the College’s Physician Assistant Student Professional Development Fund (25%).

SCHEDULE:

Friday, April 11, 4-6 p.m. - Early packet pickup and late registration at Up & Running (6123 Far Hills Ave.)

Saturday, April 12, 2-4 p.m. - Early packet pickup and late registration at Up & Running (6123 Far Hills Ave.)

Sunday, April 13, 12:30 p.m. - Race day packet pickup & late registration at Kettering College (3737 Southern Ave.). Community health fair starts at 12:30 p.m.

Sunday, April 13, 2 p.m. - RACE TIME!

WHERE: Kettering College, 3737 Southern Blvd., Kettering, OH, 45429. Please park in the large lot on east side of Southern Blvd.

PRIZES: Overall male & female; male/female 1st, 2nd, 3rd by age group = under-13, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+. ALL FINISHERS WILL BE ENTERED INTO A DRAWING FOR A NEW iPAD!

HOW TO REGISTER:
Online registration available at www.speedy-feet.com, or CLICK HERE to download a printable registration form. Mail the signed registration form with check made payable to Kettering College Clinton-Trott Society to:

Spring Into Health 5K
Attn: Lona Blake, Clinical Coordinator
PA Office
Kettering College
3737 Southern Blvd.
Kettering, OH 45429

Corporate/organization teams (20 or more) should call (937) 395-8601 x55650 to register.

All paper registration forms must by postmarked by Tuesday, April 1. Online registration will close on Monday, April 7. Late registration will be held during packet pickup on Friday, April 11, and on race day. Due to the charitable nature of this race, all registration payments are non-refundable, even in the event of race delay or cancellation due to weather or other unforeseeable factors.

COST:

March 15-April 7 = $25 [shirt not guaranteed]
April 11 (early packet pickup day) = $35 [shirt not guaranteed]
April 13 (race day) = $35 [shirt not be guaranteed]
Children 12 and under = $15 [Extra adult small shirts MAY be available during packet pickup but are not guaranteed.]
Kettering College students only = $15 [Shirts not guaranteed for those registering after March 14. Must register IN PERSON at college front desk or in PA department.]
Corporate/organization teams = $15/person
Teams of 20 or more. Shirts not guaranteed for those registering after March 14. Corporations or organizations registering teams of 50 or more before March 14 will receive complimentary logo placement on the race shirt. Call (937) 395-5650 to register a team.
QUESTIONS? Contact Lona Blake at (937) 395-8601 x55650, or email public relations officer Mindy Claggett.

Kettering College Spring Into Health 5K

Category: GeneralHeaven's Gates & Hell's Flames Drama by New Creations Chapel, Richmond IN

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April 13, 2014

“Heaven’s Gates & Hell’s Flames” is a high-impact, compelling presentation of the reality of Jesus Christ, His death and resurrection, heaven, hell and a person’s choice in life determining where they will spend eternity.

Performances will be 7:00 PM nightly on Saturday, April 12th, Sunday April 13, and Monday April 14, 2014.
We do pray that you will come and bring others. To obtain your free tickets, please call 765-935-2790 or email info@newcreationschapel.org

Heaven's Gates & Hell's Flames Drama by New Creations Chapel, Richmond IN

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Category: GeneralHeaven's Gates & Hell's Flames Drama by New Creations Chapel, Richmond IN

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April 14, 2014

“Heaven’s Gates & Hell’s Flames” is a high-impact, compelling presentation of the reality of Jesus Christ, His death and resurrection, heaven, hell and a person’s choice in life determining where they will spend eternity.

Performances will be 7:00 PM nightly on Saturday, April 12th, Sunday April 13, and Monday April 14, 2014.
We do pray that you will come and bring others. To obtain your free tickets, please call 765-935-2790 or email info@newcreationschapel.org

Heaven's Gates & Hell's Flames Drama by New Creations Chapel, Richmond IN

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Category: GeneralFREE COMMUNITY EASTER EGG HUNT in Xenia

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April 19, 2014

FREE COMMUNITY EASTER EGG HUNT at Mt. Zion Church

Mt. Zion Church, 428 Shepherd Road, Xenia OH is offering a free Community Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19th starting at 11am and ending by 1:00pm. Age-grouped egg hunts (through 5th grade) will have start times between 11:15 and 12 noon. Other activities will include free food, games, a bouncy house, story telling, and other prizes and giveaways. For more information, call 937-426-0814 or send an email to stephenoguin@mountzionchurch.org.

Category: GeneralFairhaven Easter Service, featuring the Worship Band, Orchestra and Choir

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April 19, 2014

The community is invited to attend Easter at Fairhaven. Services will take place on Saturday, April 19 at 6:00 PM and Sunday, April 20 at 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM and Noon featuring the Worship Band, Orchestra and Choir.
Fairhaven Church Centerville Campus is located at 637 E Whipp Rd., 45459.
Please visit www.fairhavenchurch.org, or call 937-434-8627 for more information

Fairhaven Easter Service, featuring the Worship Band, Orchestra and Choir

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Category: GeneralFairhaven Easter Services, featuring the Worship Band, Orchestra and Choir

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April 20, 2014N/A

The community is invited to attend Easter at Fairhaven. Services will take place on Saturday, April 19 at 6:00 PM and Sunday, April 20 at 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM and Noon featuring the Worship Band, Orchestra and Choir.
Fairhaven Church Centerville Campus is located at 637 E Whipp Rd., 45459.
Please visit www.fairhavenchurch.org, or call 937-434-8627 for more information

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Category: GeneralKingsmen Quartet Concert

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April 24, 2014

Kingsmen Gospel Quartet
Free Concert (love offering taken)

Thursday, April 24, 2014 @ 7:00 pm

New Jersey Presbyterian Church
780 Fairview Drive
Carlisle, OH 45005

For more than a half a century, no group has secured such a far reaching legacy like that of The Kingsmen Quartet. Since 1956, this group has risen from humble beginnings in the mountains of western North Carolina to one of the most beloved and innovative groups in Christian music.
Join us

Directions:
I-75 to Carlisle Exit; follow St. Rt. 73 to St. Rt. 123. Turn Right on Jamaica Road. Turn Left on Fairview Drive. Church is on the corner
Contact: 937-746-8360 for additional information

Kingsmen Quartet Concert

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Category: GeneralNational Day of Prayer, Miami Valley Gathering

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May 1, 2014N/A

Thursday, May 1st, is the National Day of Prayer. The National Day of Prayer was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress inviting people of all faiths to pray for our nation. In past years, many in the Miami Valley have used the National Day of Prayer to gather in their community or place of worship for special prayer. If that is you we thank you and pray blessings on your event.

If you have not participated in the National Day of Prayer we invite you to join us in praying in the name of Jesus Christ to the God of Abraham for our Nation and in particular for the people, leaders and needs of our Miami Valley region.

Join us for the fourth annual Miami Valley Community Prayer Gathering on the Montgomery County Courthouse Square at Noon, Thursday, May 1st for an hour of prayer and patriotic observance. Please contact us if you would promote or participate in this Community Prayer Gathering. And, let us know if your fellowship or community already has plans for prayer that day.
Respond to Cyndye Harmon at wharmon3@woh.rr.com or call 937-477-1114.

National Day of Prayer, Miami Valley Gathering

Category: GeneralNational Day of Prayer, Clark County, Ohio Prayer Breakfast

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May 1, 2014

Join us for the Clark County National Day of Prayer Breakfast On Thursday, May 1 from 7:00 -8:30 AM.
This event will be held at St John Missionary Baptist Church, 34 W. Pleasant St in the Fellowship
Building, Springfield, OH 45506. We will have a delicious breakfast catered by Simply Delicious
special music and prayer for the seven areas of need in Clark County and America. This year
we are adding prayer for the medical field.
Tickets can be purchase for $12 at springfieldprayer2014.eventbrite.com
For more information you may contact Carol Godin at 937-324-4215 or ccgodin@yahoo.com

At Noon we will be having a prayer event for the nation . This will take place at City Hall Plaza,
Fountain and High St. on May 1. Everyone is welcome to participate.

National Day of Prayer, Clark County, Ohio Prayer Breakfast

Category: GeneralNational Day of Prayer, Clark County, Ohio

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May 1, 2014

Join us for the Clark County National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 1, at Noon we will be having a prayer event for the nation . This will take place at City Hall Plaza,
Fountain and High St. on May 1. Everyone is welcome to participate.

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Category: GeneralHomeMakers for America presents a National Liberty Conference - A Meeting of the Heart

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May 2, 2014

A Meeting of the Heart is a two day conference presented by HomeMakers for America for women and their spouses featuring guest speakers, break-out sessions, musical presentations and our “Remember the Ladies” Banquet.

Speakers include Bill Federer, best-selling author and host of American Minute, Pam Openshaw, author of Promises of the Constitution, Peter Wolf of The Voices of America, Marlene Peterson from Libraries of Hope, Kimberly Fletcher, president and founder of HomeMakers for America and artist Helen Robson.

Women across the nation are deeply concerned with the direction our nation is heading. We are hungering for truth and desperately seeking answers on what we can do to turn the tide and protect our children from the negative influences swarming around us. A Meeting of the Heart is an opportunity for women to gather together and learn how we can not only preserve, but secure, the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our children for generations to come.

We need a mighty change of heart in America and there is no better or more influential place to start than with the heart of America—the mothers. There is no better place to teach liberty, integrity, patriotism and virtue than at a mother's knee. What happens in society all begins with mothers!

Liberty begins at home. If we don’t start there, nothing else we do will matter. No election, court, or law will save us. And so, A meeting of the Heart brings together the heart of the home—the mothers—to focus on the heart of the nation—the families—and to present the principles, values, and historically proven formula that will generate a mighty change of heart and lead to the healing of America!

We hope you will join us in Dayton, Ohio this May as we pay tribute to the influence of women, celebrate our legacy of liberty and come together for a Meeting of the Heart!

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Category: GeneralDerby Day Dash 5K or 10K Run/Walk

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May 3, 2014

The Derby Day Dash is the most significant fund raising event held by Life Essentials. This annual 5K Run and Walk (now includes a 10K) involves people of every age and coincides with the Kentucky Derby. So you can mark your calendar, the Derby Day Dash will always be the first Saturday of May!

*Prizes and bragging rights awarded for Largest Team and Fast Team Time

Entry Fees

$15 Youth Events ($10 each for 2 or more children ages 3-10)

$25 Advance Registration before April 18th (T-shirt Guaranteed)

$30 April 19th thru race day (T-shirts CANNOT be Guaranteed)

Event schedule and times
8:00 AM Onsite Registration and Free Breakfast
8:30 AM Professional Zumba Warm up
9:00 AM START of 5K-10K Run/Walk
10:00 AM Youth Events - Tot Trot & Guy & Girls Gallop
11:00 AM Free Lunch and Derby Day In-Field Party
Support the Derby Day Dash without breaking a sweat! https://fundraising.active.com/event/DerbyDayDash
http://www.lifessentials.org/derby-day-dash.html

Derby Day Dash 5K or 10K Run/Walk

Category: GeneralHomeMakers for America presents a National Liberty Conference - A Meeting of the Heart

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May 3, 2014

A Meeting of the Heart is a two day conference presented by HomeMakers for America for women and their spouses featuring guest speakers, break-out sessions, musical presentations and our “Remember the Ladies” Banquet.

Speakers include Bill Federer, best-selling author and host of American Minute, Pam Openshaw, author of Promises of the Constitution, Peter Wolf of The Voices of America, Marlene Peterson from Libraries of Hope, Kimberly Fletcher, president and founder of HomeMakers for America and artist Helen Robson.

Women across the nation are deeply concerned with the direction our nation is heading. We are hungering for truth and desperately seeking answers on what we can do to turn the tide and protect our children from the negative influences swarming around us. A Meeting of the Heart is an opportunity for women to gather together and learn how we can not only preserve, but secure, the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our children for generations to come.

We need a mighty change of heart in America and there is no better or more influential place to start than with the heart of America—the mothers. There is no better place to teach liberty, integrity, patriotism and virtue than at a mother's knee. What happens in society all begins with mothers!

Liberty begins at home. If we don’t start there, nothing else we do will matter. No election, court, or law will save us. And so, A meeting of the Heart brings together the heart of the home—the mothers—to focus on the heart of the nation—the families—and to present the principles, values, and historically proven formula that will generate a mighty change of heart and lead to the healing of America!

We hope you will join us in Dayton, Ohio this May as we pay tribute to the influence of women, celebrate our legacy of liberty and come together for a Meeting of the Heart!

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