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Youth engagement summit comes to Dallas Baptist; spoken word ministry preps for ‘Rhetoric’

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By Jacob Trimmer
Inside The Pew

In Carrollton – Holy Arms Ministries will play host to a Community Response Intervention Event on July 25 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Carrollton Public Library, 4220 N. Josey Lane/E. Hebron Parkway in Carrollton. The event is free and open to the public. The event will bring awareness to child safety. The Child Advocacy Center of Denton County. Call 972-822-9408 for more information or visit www.holyarm.org.watch Captain America: The First Avenger 2011 movie online now

In Los Angeles – Passion 4 Christ Movement will hold RHETORIC 2015, billed as the world’s largest Christian Preston Perry and Jackie Perryspoken word event, on Aug. 7 starting at 7 p.m. at Cottonwood Church, 4505 Katella Ave. in Los Alamitos. Cost is $20. To learn more about this exciting ministry, visit http://www.p4cm.com or view on YouTube.

In Waxahachie – Southwest Assemblies of God University will hold its diaper dandy camp for boys and girls ages four to 10 years old on July 24 and July 25 from 9 a.m. to noon.  The camp will be held on Sheaffer Gymnasium on the university’s campus.  Sign-up on the day of the event is welcome.  For more information call the Athletics Office at (972) 825-4672. Cost is $50 per camper.

In Dallas – On July 11, World Vision will host its fourth annual Youth Engagement Day for youths and adults from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Sadler Global Missions Center on the campus of Dallas Baptist University, 3000 Mountain Creek Parkway. Free event but registration is required. Lunch will be provided. Organizers say the event is appropriate for those entering grades 8-12 and students entering college and those completing their first year of college. Contact Rafael Munoz at 972-790-1204 ext. 2228 for more information.

In Anaheim, Calif. – The Harvest Crusades with evangelist Greg Laurie, senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship, will return to Southern California for the 26th year. From Aug. 18 to Aug. 30 at Angel Stadium, the SoCal Harvest will feature a message of hope and contemporary Christian entertainment each night, including THIRD DAY, Jeremy Camp, Phil Wickham, and Lecrae. The free event will be broadcast live via the Internet at www.harvest.org and daily blog accounts of the crusade will also be made available. Updates about the Harvest outreach will be posted on Facebook (www.facebook.com/harvestcrusades ), Instagram (harvest_org or search #HarvestSoCal and Twitter (www.twitter.com/harvest_org ).

In Washington, D.C. – Rodney and Adonica Howard Browne’s Celebrate America 2015 will continue this Rodney and Adonica Browneweekend with Power Evangelism daily until July 11 at 10 a.m. and nightly events at 7 at the Daughters of American Revolution Constitution Hall, 1776 D. St. NW in Washington D.C. The Brownes say this event is for Americans to come together and turn their hearts to Christ, something much needed in this nation. Celebrate America’s promotional clip and the 2014 highlights are available at http://celebrateamericadc.com/media/.

Photo cutlines: Top, Preston Perry, left, and Jackie Hill Perry perform the poem, “The Fall“, during Rhetoric 2014.  Courtesy: Zoe4Life Productions. Bottom: Rodney and Adonica Browne.

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Church, nonprofit organization happenings for Aug. 1

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By Jacob Trimmer
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In Dallas, Texas – World Vision, a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to helping children, families, and their communities worldwide reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice, will host its first State Youth Advocacy Summit for North Texas on Aug. 4 from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Dallas Baptist University’s Pilgrim Chapel, 3000 Mountain Creek Pkwy., in Dallas.  Youth in grades seven through 12 will take part in interactive advocacy workshops. Guest speakers and panelists include Lori Dixon of ABT in Action, Dr. Kristen Guillory of the University of North Texas at Dallas, and Mirna Gonzalez, associate vice president for budget and public policy at the University of Texas at Arlington. An outdoor rally featuring an NBA sports celebrity and music played by a DJ and sports activities led by the Dallas Baptist University Rec Team are planned. The summit is free but participants must register at: www.worldvision.org/insideout. For more information, contact Rafael Muñoz, Youth Development Specialist for World Vision’s North Texas field site, at rmunoz@worldvision.org or 214-991-0476. Se habla Español, llame: 214-991-0476.

In Port Arthur, Texas – United Methodist Church, 821 Freeman Ave., has a weekend events planned. It will host “Girls Night Out: Wild about Sisterhood” from 6 to 10 p.m.  at the church. The event gives ladies giving of the church and community opportunity to fellowship in Christian sisterhood through games, entertainment, and discipleship.  Regardless of your faith, it’s fun for all women of all ages. On Aug. 12, Family and Friend Day is scheduled during the 10:45 a.m. service. Contact 409-985-9977 for more information or to schedule transportation.

In Katy, Texas – The Katy Christian Women’s Connection will host a prayer breakfast from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Aug. 9 at The Life Center at The Fellowship at Cinco Ranch Church, 22765 Westheimer Pkwy. in Katy. The slated guest speaker is Janet Collins. RSVP to Nancy at 281-232-8338.

In Port Arthur, Texas – The Port Arthur Christian Women will hold its luncheon, “How to Receive the Ultimate Gift” on Aug. 10 beginning at 11:45 a.m. at the Pompano Club LeChambre Room, 330 Twin City Highway in Port Neches. The cost of lunch is $15 per person.  Anita Lewis from Nederland will provide music special music, and Margaret Johnson from College Station will speak on “How to Receive the Ultimate Gift.”  Reservations are essential for the luncheon and for the nursery, if needed, and may be made by calling Donna at 409-722-0951 or Mary at 409-962-5571 by Aug. 7.