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Alive in Christ: Living with Brain Tumors
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Alive in Christ: Living with Brain Tumors

“I felt an invitation from the Lord to walk with him into darkness, and him saying that he would take my hand the whole way, that I would never be alone.”

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Retirees Move to Louisiana to Serve at Praise Academy
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Retirees Move to Louisiana to Serve at Praise Academy

“We treat each other like family here,” he said. “It’s like one big community that’s all one big family. And the fact that some of us are actually family has made it a lot easier to explain what it is we’re doing.”

Catholic Charismatic Renewal Golden Jubilee - June 1

Video: Elizabeth Pease

June 1, 2017

Here's another update from Elizabeth Pease in Rome: "Having heard that a similar prayer meeting earlier in the day was in a huge church and completely packed, Angie and I arrived early in a small church that was nearly empty, and found a praise band from Argentina setting up keyboards and mics.

"We weren't sure there would be translation, so we were delighted to recognize the first song in English, 'Blessed be your Name.'

"In the chords at the end of one of the songs, spontaneous singing in tongues broke out - it was moving that we could all praise God together in one voice, no matter our language.

When the Brother (the red headed man) sitting in front of us realized we didn't understand a song in Italian, he leaned back and translated the lyrics for us."


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