Hebrew Studies</a><br> by <a href='/profile/-Dr-Denis-/'> Dr. Denis </a>
Members: 7
A consolidation of the studies of the Hebrew culture at every level in every subject of Hebrew and Jewish Studies - philology, history, and literature - covering virtually the...
Doctoral  studies 600</a><br> by <a href='/profile/-Dr-Denis-/'> Dr. Denis </a>
Members: 2
This group is for all Doctoral Candidates, through Scripture Institute. The emphasis is on independent research
New Members Welcome and How to?</a><br> by <a href='/profile/Minister-Donna/'>Minister Donna</a>
Members: 3
This group walks you through the basic of how to use the site,,add elements, post blogs or forum topics
That's the Story</a><br> by <a href='/profile/plumber1/'>plumber</a>
Members: 3
Please share some of your stories, legends, or just good old family folklore. I used to like so very much when I had the chance to listen to some...
Poetry as Prayers</a><br> by <a href='/profile/plumber1/'>plumber</a>
Members: 3
Poetry is to philosophy what the Sabbath is to the rest of the week. ~Augustus William Hare and Julius Charles Hare, Guesses at Truth, by Two Brothers, 1827
Parson to Person</a><br> by <a href='/profile/plumber1/'>plumber</a>
Members: 2
"You are not an ordinary preacher!"... "You are not a normal preacher!"... "You don't look like a preacher!"... Ask yourself, "How do I think a man of God should...
Recipies for the recession</a><br> by <a href='/profile/plumber1/'>plumber</a>
Members: 4
When money is tight and you have hungry mouths to feed try these.Website: http://www. studiesinscripture.bravehost.com
Now! An essential guide for today's effective pastor</a><br> by <a href='/profile/none/'></a>
Members: 7
Discussion about what today's pastors/leaders experience in their daily lives. How can we lead effectively in all areas of ministries and keep our cool. Dr. Peter West Bishop- Celebrating...
Increase your word power</a><br> by <a href='/profile/none/'></a>
Members: 6
Church and/or Ministry</a><br> by <a href='/profile/plumber1/'>plumber</a>
Members: 3
A place to let other know where you hang out where you worship...

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