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Christian Calendar (Holidays), Christian Witness, July, Social Theology
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Christian Living in July
Christian Calendar (Holidays), Christian Living Articles, Christian Witness, July, July Articles, July Now, Social Theology
This post is part 7 of the series:Christian Living SeriesThroughout the summer months, families are preoccupied with various activities that are often unique to this season of the year. Family vacations, church camp, and other activities provide materials from which family and personal memories are made. For those of us who are privileged to regularly share in a good summer family church camp, meeting with the Lord and cherished friends for a few days of spiritual retreat is eagerly anticipated. Lamentably, too many times the ministry of the local church slows during the summer because the...Read more... Read more... -->
American History, Christian Calendar (Holidays), Christian History, Christian Witness, July, Social Theology
In September 1774, the first Congress of the American colonies was convened to address the refusal of King George III and the British Parliament to grant to the American colonists their rights as British citizens. At this Congress and the one that followed, no talk of separation from Britain was entertained. The question was one of how to secure the rights that were theirs under English law. A Second Continental Congress assembled in May 1775. This Congress made provision for a temporary general government, an army, and appointed George Washington as commander-in-chief of the army. Still,...Read more... Read more... -->