“The Family” on C Street (Video)
2009 07 20

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Theocratic Rule In America! “The Family”, Making It Happen



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The Family (Christian political organization)
This is largely an informal network of friends that has been known by several different names over the past 50 years - including The Fellowship, The Fellowship Foundation, National Fellowship Council, Fellowship House, The International Foundation, National Committee for Christian Leadership, International Christian Leadership, C Street, and the National Leadership Council. It is an international movement that is centered on the life and teachings of Jesus as the common ground across all religious and political divisions.[1] It is best known for its role in organizing the annual National Prayer Breakfast, at which the President of the United States customarily makes an address.

The group is associated with many influential leaders, from members of the United States Congress to the heads of humanitarian aid organizations.

Read more at wikipedia: The Family (Christian political organization)




Also See: The Navigators



The Navigators is a worldwide Christian para-church organization headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Its main purpose is the discipling (training) of Christians with a particular emphasis on enabling them to share their faith with others.

The Navigators works alongside local churches by providing resources such as Bible study booklets and study aid materials, Scripture memory aids, and Christian-oriented books. These are produced through the organization's NavPress publishing group, which also offers The Message Bible paraphrase. It also supports full-time workers who work mostly within local communities. Currently, more than 4,600 Navigator staff of 69 nationalities minister to college students, military personnel, business and professional people, communities, and churches in 103 countries.

Read More: The Navigators (organization)



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