HLS Professors Randall Kennedy, Kenneth Mack, Joseph Singer, and Mark Tushnet gathered on Oct. 16 for a panel discussion on “Reaching Toward Equality: Fifty Years with the Civil Rights Act of 1964.”
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Pastor Paula White-Cain is the senior pastor
Messiah Missionary Baptist Church, the oldest black Baptist church in Grand Rapids, is celebrating 125 years. (Nov. 22, 2015)
At three and four years old, this little boy is quite possibly George Strait’s biggest fan. Here he is singing nine George Strait songs out of about 25 that he knows.
Becki appreciates all the wonderful comments that her Sedona talk has generated. She writes:
“Thank you for your precious comments! I’d love to respond to you. It is a joy to share my patients stories.”
If you would like to contact Becki about her video, her book, and/or speaking engagements, you can reach her at: [email protected]
Becki also writes:
“Many are asking me about my comment that I don’t believe in hell. Let me clarify that. I don’t believe in the hell that I heard about as a child; the terrible place that an angry God sends bad people. I think our experiences (in this world and the next) are based on how we live our lives, whether we’ve lived lives of love or non-loving. I choose to focus on loving God/Spirit/Jesus/All That Is and loving others. Those who have had hellish NDEs do come back ‘changed’ and seek to be more loving people. So it really is all about the Love. To learn more about this important topic, I encourage you to visit a resource page on NHNE Pulse called ‘NDEs & Hell’ ”
— In Love and Light, Becki
Becki Hawkins, a hospice nurse and a chaplain, is the author of “Transitions: A Nurse’s Education About Life And Death”. She sat by the bedside of seriously ill and terminally ill patients for more than 30 years as an oncology and hospice nurse. During that time, she listened to patients describe various kinds of spiritual experiences, including near-death experiences. Becki shared some of her stories, including the lessons she learned from them, on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 with a small group of people that gathered at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Sedona, Arizona. Becki’s presentation was co-sponored by NewHeaveNewEarth (NHNE) and The Mustard Seed Venture. Her presentation was part of an ongoing series of classes taught by David Sunfellow on near-death experiences.
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TEN YEARS AFTER “50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain” @ Chauny (Fr), Rock’N Festival 2013
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On my wayy to pick up artillery for the showdown.
Twenty years ago, the media was crawling all over Elohim City, as
suspicions about links to the Oklahoma City bombing and ties to the
bomber Timothy McVeigh were alleged. Federal authorities never confirmed any connections. The 400-acre secluded enclave has housed several extremists in the white supremacist movement, including James Ellison. Ellison is the former leader of the Covenant, the Sword and the Arm of the Lord, a white supremacist paramilitary encampment near the Missouri-Arkansas border that was raided by federal authorities in 1985. Ellison settled at Elohim City after serving several years in prison for weapons offenses and racketeering. Now in his mid-70s, Ellison has been at Elohim City for two decades.
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Ted Bundy had himself a room at the Holiday Inn all set up for his victim, whom he lured into his vehicle with charm and guile.That victim was 12 year old Lynette Culver, who was on lunch break from school, Alameda Junior High School.They exchanged words, wherein Bundy learned of certain details only she could have provided to him, according to authorities.This is what Bundy had to say
She made a comment that sounded like she had other friends or relatives in Seattle…Made a comment indicating that she either lived with her grandmother or that her grandmother lived with her family.Another comment indicating that perhaps they were thinking of moving to another house.Indications that she had had some trouble with truancies at school…and…finally that I encountered her at a time when she was leaving the school grounds to meet someone at lunch time.He took her back to the Holiday Inn. It is unknown if she went willingly to the hotel or if he knocked her out prior to bringing her there. He drowned her in the bath tub and had sex with her dead body. He then proceeded to carry her body to his car [which was no risk seeing as his room was in the rear by the back door, supposedly] and eventually dumped it into the Snake River.When questioned why he did what he did he calmly made eye contact and said, “It was the madness.”
Almost 50 years ago, fried chicken tycoon David Bamberger used his fortune to purchase 5,500 acres of overgrazed land in the Texas Hill Country. Planting grasses to soak in rains and fill hillside aquifers, Bamberger devoted the rest of his life to restoring the degraded landscape. Today, the land has been restored to its original habitat and boasts enormous biodiversity. Bamberger’s model of land stewardship is now being replicated across the region and he is considered to be a visionary in land management and water conservation.
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