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National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus

The National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus is an organization made up of African-American clergy, religious, and seminarians of the Roman Catholic Church. The group aims to support the spiritual, theological, educational, and ministerial growth of ...

Mens field hockey Qualifying Tournaments for the 2008 Summer Olympics

The Men’s field hockey Qualifying Tournament for the 2008 Summer Olympics were qualification tournaments to determine the final three spots for the 2008 Summer Olympics. The qualifying tournaments, which involved 18 teams divided into three group ...

Mens field hockey Qualifying Tournaments for the 2012 Summer Olympics

The Men’s field hockey Qualifying Tournament for the 2012 Summer Olympics are qualification tournaments to determine the final three spots for the 2012 Summer Olympics. The qualifying tournaments, which involve 18 teams divided into three groups, ...

FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 – Mens 4 × 10 kilometre relay

The mens 4 x 10 kilometre relay was held on 2 March 2007 at 14:30 CET at Shirahatayama cross-country course in Sapporo. The defending world champions were the Norwegian team of Odd-Bjorn Hjelmeset, Frode Estil, Lars Berger and Tore Ruud Hofstad.

FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 – Mens 15 kilometre freestyle

The Mens 15 km classical interval start was part of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2007s events held in Sapporo, Japan. The race went underway on 28 February 2007 at 14:30 CET at Shirahatayama cross-country course in Sapporo. The defendin ...

FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 – Mens 30 kilometre pursuit

The mens 30 kilometre pursuit at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 took place on 24 February 2007 at the Shirahatayama Open Stadium.

FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 – Mens 50 kilometre classical

The mens 50 kilometre classical mass start event at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 took place on 4 March 2007 at the Shirahatayama Open Stadium.

FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 – Mens sprint

Q - Qualified for next round PF - Photo Finish LL - Lucky Loser - qualified for next round due to their times Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Quarterfinal 5

FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 – Mens team sprint

The mens team sprint took place on 23 February 2007. Team sprint qualifying at 16:20 CET and finals at 17:20 CET. The defending world champions were Norways Tore Ruud Hofstad and Tor Arne Hetland.

2017 JENESYS Japan-ASEAN U-16 Youth Football Tournament

2017 Japan – East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths Japan-ASEAN U-16 Youth Football Tournament was the second edition of the football tournament event promoted by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan as part of the Japan Football A ...

Short track speed skating at the 1986 Asian Winter Games

Short track speed skating at the 1986 Asian Winter Games took place in the city of Sapporo, Japan with eight events being contested - four each for men and women.

Short track speed skating at the 1990 Asian Winter Games

Short track speed skating at the 1990 Asian Winter Games took place in the city of Sapporo, Japan with ten events contested - five each for men and women. Relay events for both men and women were added in this edition of the Winter Asiad.

Short track speed skating at the 2003 Asian Winter Games

Short track speed skating at the 2003 Winter Asian Games took place at the Misawa Ice Arena located in Misawa, Aomori Prefecture, Japan from 6 to 7 February 2003 with ten events contested - five each for men and women.

Guido de Bres Christian High School

Guido de Bres Christian High School is a Christian high school in Hamilton, Ontario based on the Reformed denomination. It is a privately funded school run by the Guido de Bres Canadian Reformed School Society which was formed in 1974. The school ...

Heritage Community Christian School (Brockville, Ontario)

Heritage Community Christian School is a private Christian school serving Brockville and Leeds and Grenville. The school teaches children pre-school through grade 8 through a caring, Christian worldview. The school has approximately 45 students t ...

Kings Christian Collegiate

Kings Christian Collegiate is an independent high school located in Oakville, Ontario. Kings Christian Collegiate is located at 528 Burnhamthorpe Road West, Oakville, Ontario L6M 4K6. Notable alumni include Olympic swimmer Tera van Beilen and for ...

Sussex Christian School (New Brunswick)

Sussex Christian School is a private school located in Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada. The school accepts students from pre-kindergarten through to grade 12. It was founded in 1982. The mascot is a lion. The school has a basketball team, soccer te ...

Sint-Maartenscollege

The Sint-Maartenscollege is a state secondary school in Maastricht, the Netherlands. It operates two buildings and offers all streams of the Dutch secondary education system including the VMBO, HAVO and VWO.

Christs School Ado Ekiti

Christs School, Ado Ekiti is a day and boarding, government-owned secondary school located in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria. Originally conceived as a boys school, it attained a co-educational status when, in 1966, it was merged with its girls ...

Grimstad Bible School

Grimstad Bible School is located in Grimstad, Norway and is owned by Normisjon. The school was founded by Det norske lutherske Indremisjonsforbundet. The Bible School is marketed with the slogan "A year to clarify and prepare" and it has a curric ...

List of Independent Baptist higher education institutions

Trinity Baptist College Jacksonville, Florida. Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary Ankeny, Iowa. Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary Allen Park, Michigan. Trinity Valley Baptist Seminary and College Kennedale, Texas. Pensacola C ...

Greenwood Mennonite School

The Greenwood Mennonite School has the distinction of being the oldest Mennonite elementary school in continuous operation. It began in March 1928 after the Mennonite students were expelled from the Greenwood public school for refusing, on ground ...

Anglo-Chinese Schools, Malaysia

The Anglo-Chinese Schools of Malaysia refer to a number of Methodist schools, who are not affiliated with the Anglo-Chinese School of Singapore. These include:

Wa Ying College

Wa Ying College is a secondary school in Hong Kong, located at 8 Sheung Wo Street, Homantin, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The school is managed by the Methodist Church, Hong Kong.

Northern Christian College

Northern Christian College is a post-secondary educational institution. Baccalaureate programs are offered in the fields of Liberal Arts, Ministry, Nursing, Teacher Education, Accountancy, and Commerce-Secretarial. The school also offers a master ...

Philippine College of Ministry

Philippine College of Ministry is a four-year undergraduate Christian Bible college in Baguio City, Philippines. PCM is a non-denominational institution but is considered to be part of the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement and is associated wit ...

Bishop Moore College

Bishop Moore College is an aided college in Mavelikkara, Alappuzha district of Kerala, India. The college is affiliated to the University of Kerala. The college is managed by the Madhya Kerala Diocese of the Church of South India. The college off ...

Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology

Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology, formerly Sathyabama University, is a Christian higher education deemed to be university institute, situated at Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India". It was founded in 1987 as Sathyabama Engineering College b ...

Pentecostal Theological Seminary

The Pentecostal Theological Seminary is a private Christian seminary in Cleveland, Tennessee. While part of the educational ministry of the Church of God, the school accepts students of other denominations, particularly those interested in its em ...

List of ELCA colleges and universities

This is a list of Evangelical Lutheran Church in America colleges and universities: Wartburg College. (Вартбург Колледж) Augsburg University. (Университет Аугсбурга) Concordia College Moorhead, Minnesota. Gettysburg College. (Геттисберге Колледжа ...

Master of Arts in Higher Education and Student Development (MAHE)

Taylor Universitys Master of Arts in Higher Education and Student Development or MAHE, begun in 2007, is a 2-year, 40-hour program including 16 courses and 2 internship experiences designed to equip Christian men and women to be change agents in ...

Emanuel University of Oradea

The roots of Emanuel University of Oradea were planted in 1990, as Emanuel Bible Institute by Biserica Baptista Emanuel Oradea Church of Oradea. It was an underground Bible institute to train the upcoming pastors and missionaries of the Communist ...

Carolina University of Theology

Carolina University of Theology or CUT is a private Christian university located in Manassas, Virginia, United States offering accredited theological degrees by distance learning. It is an affiliate and educational outreach ministry of Reconcilia ...

The North American Reformed Seminary

The North American Reformed Seminary is a private online, non-profit, distance educational, Christian, reformed seminary whose mission states is "to educate the body of Christ completely free of charge." Spreading the Gospel and strengthening the ...

List of Book of Mormon groups

This list is intended as a quick reference for groups of people mentioned in the Book of Mormon. Some of these groups are not mentioned by name in the Book of Mormon, but these names are used in discussions about the Book of Mormon.

Amlicites

After the murder of Gideon mentioned in the book of Alma and the execution of Nehor, the man who introduced priestcraft to the Nephites, there arose one after the order of Nehor whose name was Amlici. According to Chapter two of the Book of Alma, ...

Ammonites (Book of Mormon)

According to the Book of Mormon, the Ammonites were a group of Lamanites who had been converted to the religion of the Nephites by the missionary efforts of Ammon and his brothers. They rejected the traditions of their fathers and embraced the tr ...

Amulonites

According to the Book of Mormon, the people commonly referred to as the Amulonites were composed of the priests of king Noah and the daughters of the Lamanites, whom the Amulonites took to wife by force. They are named after Amulon, their leader.

Zoramites

In the Book of Mormon, the Zoramites were one of three major Nephite sects, existing during the administration of Alma the Younger as the High Priest over the Church of God. Zoram, the leader of this group, is first mentioned in Alma 30:59 as bei ...

List of Book of Mormon places

City of Aaron, Almas planned destination after rejection in Ammonihah. Mount Antipas, Gathering place for Lehonti and the peaceful Lamanites. Ani-Anti, Lamanite village visited by Nephite Missionaries. Antiparah, City captured by the Lamanites an ...

Ammonihah

Ammonihah is a city mentioned in the Book of Mormon. According to the book, the city was founded by an otherwise unknown man named Ammonihah. The inhabitants of Ammonihah were followers of the religion of Nehor.

Bountiful (Book of Mormon)

Bountiful is the name of two places described in the Book of Mormon, a religious narrative dictated in 1829 by Joseph Smith. The first location is set in the Old World near Jerusalem, and the second location is set somewhere in the Americas. Whil ...

Lehi-Nephi

In the Book of Mormon, the land of Lehi-Nephi is the homeland of the Nephites in the early times of the Book of Mormon. The land is later conquered by the Lamanites, and the remaining Nephites flee to the land of Zarahemla, home of the Mulekites. ...

River Sidon

The River Sidon is the only river mentioned by name, and is the most prominent river in the Book of Mormon. It was east of the great city of Zarahemla. There were several battles fought in and around this river. These include the battle between C ...

Valley of Nimrod

In the Book of Mormon, the Valley of Nimrod is the place where the Jaredites gathered with their friends and family after God confounded the languages at the Tower of Babel.

Zarahemla

According to the beliefs of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Zarahemla refers to a large city in the ancient Americas which is described in the Book of Mormon. It also is used to refer to a large political division, and a minor ch ...

Plates of Nephi

According to the Book of Mormon, the plates of Nephi, consisting of the large plates of Nephi and the small plates of Nephi, are a portion of the collection of inscribed metal plates which make up the record of the Nephites. This record was later ...

Secret combination (Latter Day Saints)

A secret combination, in the Latter Day Saint movement, is a term found in the Book of Mormon that describes a malignant secret society of "people bound together by oaths to carry out the evil purposes of the group." Secret combinations were firs ...

Chevetogne Abbey

Chevetogne Abbey, also known as the Monastery of the Holy Cross, is a Roman Catholic Benedictine monastery dedicated to Christian unity located in the Belgian village of Chevetogne in the municipality of Ciney, province of Namur, halfway between ...

Joint International Commission for Theological Dialogue Between the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church

The Joint International Commission for Theological Dialogue Between the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church was established by the Holy See and 14 autocephalous Orthodox churches.

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