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WRFI

WRFI is a community radio station broadcasting at 91.9 MHz, licensed to Watkins Glen, New York and on W201CD 88.1 MHz, licensed to Ithaca, New York. The station studios are in downtown Ithaca.

                                               

WRFN-LP

WRFN-LP is a community LPFM non-commercial radio station in Nashville, Tennessee. It operates at a frequency of 107.1 MHz and is branded as Radio Free Nashville. The station features a mix of music, talk and public affairs programming, almost all ...

                                               

WSLR-LP

WSLR-LP is a listener-supported, non-profit LPFM radio station based in Sarasota, Florida, United States. The station also streams on line.

                                               

WVOX

WVOX is a radio station licensed to New Rochelle, New York. It is operated as a regional community station heard mainly in suburban Westchester County, the Bronx, Queens, the North Shore of Nassau County, Fairfield County, Connecticut and norther ...

                                               

Canvey Island Independent Party

The Canvey Island Independent Party is a local political party active on Canvey Island, in Essex, England. It was established in 2004 to campaign for a separate district council for Canvey Island.

                                               

Farnworth and Kearsley First

Farnworth and Kearsley First is a local political party to represent the views of the towns of Farnworth and Kearsley in the Metropolitan Borough of Bolton, Greater Manchester, England. The party received confirmation of its official status of th ...

                                               

Havering Residents Association

Havering Residents Association is a group of residents associations and registered political party in London, England. It is active in the London Borough of Havering and forms a 17-councillor group on Havering London Borough Council. At the 2014 ...

                                               

Henley Residents Group

Henley Residents Group was formed in 1989 in response to an unpopular town centre development in Henley, Oxfordshire, England, in which Waitrose planned to increase the size of its store, demolishing the towns Regal Cinema. Local residents campai ...

                                               

Horwich and Blackrod First

Horwich and Blackrod First Independents is a local political party to represent the views of the towns of Horwich and Blackrod in the Metropolitan Borough of Bolton, Greater Manchester, England. The party, which was formed from two local communit ...

                                               

Mansfield Independent Forum

The Mansfield Independent Forum is a local political party in the local government district of Mansfield in Nottinghamshire, England. It was officially registered in 2005, having already successfully campaigned for the election of Tony Egginton a ...

                                               

Nottingham Independents

The Nottingham Independents is a political party in the area of Nottingham City in Nottinghamshire, England. It was officially registered in January 2018, planning to contest elections in the area of Nottingham. The party is now the largest oppos ...

                                               

Old Windsor Residents Association

The OWRA currently sponsors two councillors Lynne Jones and Malcolm Beer in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. 2017, in the OWRA are the official opposition on Oxford city Council and Jones and beer-the leader and Deputy leader of the o ...

                                               

Runnymede Independent Residents Group

Runnymede Independent Residents Group was founded in 2001, it has held exactly one seventh of councillors seats and formed the largest opposition party since the election it first contested in 2002.

                                               

Whitnash Residents Association

                                               

East Kilbride Alliance

The East Kilbride Alliance was a political party operating in the town of East Kilbride, Scotland. It was formed in January 2007 with the intention of contesting the local government election for the South Lanarkshire Council in the town of East ...

                                               

Anesidora

Anesidora was in Greek and Roman mythology an epithet of several goddesses and mythological figures. The name itself means "sender of gifts". Demeter. (Деметра) Gaea. (Гайю) Pandora. (Пандора) This article incorporates text from a publication now ...

                                               

Epipole

Epipole may refer to: The image points in epipolar geometry. Epipole of Carystus, a woman participant in the Trojan War. In Greek mythology, an epithet of Demeter at Lacedaemon. Hesychius s. v. Epipolla.

                                               

Christian Science practitioner

A Christian Science practitioner is an individual who prays for others according to the teachings of Christian Science. Treatment is non-medical, rather it is based on the Bible and the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to t ...

                                               

Massachusetts Metaphysical College

The Massachusetts Metaphysical College was founded in 1881 by Mary Baker Eddy in Boston, Massachusetts, to teach her school of Christian Science metaphysical healing that she named Christian Science. Eddy records in the preface of Science and Hea ...

                                               

Reader (Christian Science Church)

A Reader in a Christian Science church is a member of the congregation who has been elected to serve in one of two positions responsible for church services. Each weeks sermon in Christian Science churches is outlined in the Christian Science Qua ...

                                               

Theocratic Government

Theocratic Government is a form of Ecclesiastical polity that has been historically associated with the teachings of A.J. Tomlinson and Grady R. Kent. It was previously employed in Church of God and Church of God of Prophecy and now only remains ...

                                               

Khlysts

Khlysts or Khlysty was an underground sect, which existed from 1645 to the late 20th century. It split off the Russian Orthodox Church and belonged to the Spiritual Christians tendency.

                                               

The Way College of Biblical Research – Indiana Campus

The Way College of Biblical Research Indiana was used by The Way International for its leadership training program and biblical research seminars located in Rome City, Indiana for 20 years. Purchased in 1976, the 197-acre site located on the nort ...

                                               

Ministries of His Glory

Ron and Donna Coffer set up local churches, starting with a church in San Miguel, Escobar, a town outside of Antigua, Guatemala. Ministries of His Glory later established churches elsewhere in South America.

                                               

Seoul Sungrak Church

Seoul Sungrak Church is an Evangelical charismatic Church in Seoul, South Korea founded Ki Dong Kim in 1969. With about 170.000 members, it is one of the largest Baptist congregation in the world.

                                               

Holy laughter

Holy laughter is a term used within charismatic Christianity that describes a religious behaviour in which individuals spontaneously laugh during church meetings. It has occurred in many revivals throughout church history, but it became normative ...

                                               

Spiritual drunkenness

Spiritual drunkenness refers to a phenomenon seen in some Christian denominations, particularly those associated with Pentecostalism and the Charismatic Movement, in which individuals who are said to be experiencing intense momentary visitations ...

                                               

Evangelical Fellowship of Thailand

The Evangelical Fellowship of Thailand is a national evangelical alliance, member of the World Evangelical Alliance. It regroup various evangelical churches, parachurch organizations, and foundations, and is one of five Christian groups legally r ...

                                               

Alliance Bible Seminary

Alliance Bible Seminary, previously called as Alliance Bible School, was established in Wuzhou, Guangxi in 1899 by C&amp,MA missionaries Dr Robert Glover and Robert A. Jaffray. It is the first C&amp,MA seminary established overseas and is one of ...

                                               

Alliance College of Australia

The Alliance College of Australia is the officially recognised college of the Christian and Missionary Alliance C&amp,MA of Australia Inc. The C&amp,MA is an evangelical missionary denomination with close ties to the worldwide Alliance Fellowship ...

                                               

Arnulf Seminary of Theology

The Arnulf Seminary of Theology is a small elite school of theology for the Christian Church International, equivalent to a private college or university for postgraduate students. For postgraduate students the Arnulf Seminary of Theology offers ...

                                               

Faith Theological Seminary

Faith Theological Seminary is a conservative, evangelical Christian seminary in Baltimore, Maryland. It was founded in 1937 in Wilmington, Delaware, moved to Philadelphia in 1952, and then moved to its current location in Maryland in 2004.

                                               

The Kings University (Texas)

The university was founded by Dr. Jack W. Hayford with The Church On The Way as The King’s College and Seminary, in Van Nuys, San Fernando Valley, California, in 1997. In 2012, the school modified its name to become "The Kings University" and ope ...

                                               

Restored Apostolic Mission Church

The Restored Apostolic Mission Church was a Bible-believing, chiliastic church society in the Netherlands, Germany, South Africa and Australia. It came forth from the Catholic Apostolic Congregation at Hamburg that separated itself from the mothe ...

                                               

Las Vegas Mission (1855-1857)

The Las Vegas Mission was one of the earliest European settlements in the Las Vegas Valley. It was established by missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Mormons. In May 1855, at the direction of then Church President ...

                                               

Book of Joseph (Latter Day Saints)

The Book of Joseph is an untranslated text identified by Joseph Smith after analyzing Egyptian papyri that came into his possession in 1835. Joseph Smith taught that the text contains the writings of the ancient biblical patriarch Joseph. From th ...

                                               

Modernism in the Catholic Church

In a Catholic context, Modernism is neither a system, school, or doctrine, but refers to a number of individual attempts to reconcile Roman Catholicism with modern culture, specifically an understanding of scripture in light of modern mainstream ...

                                               

Akshar

Akshar may refer to: Sanskrit alphabet. (Санскритского алфавита) Akshar Purushottam Upasana, an interpretation of Swaminarayan. Brahman, called Akshar within Akshar Purushottam Upasana.

                                               

Akshar Purushottam Upasana

                                               

Akshar Purushottam Upasana

Akshar-Purushottam Darshan is the classical name given to the set of spiritual beliefs based on the teachings of Swaminarayan. The Akshar-Purushottam Darshan is the 7th school of Vedanta.

                                               

Chhapaiya

Chhapaiya is a village in Gonda District in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, about 50 km from the district headquarters of Gonda, and 40 km from Ayodhya.

                                               

Dada Khachar

Dada Khachar was a devotee of Swaminarayan and the Darbar Shri of Gadhada. His father was Ebhel Khachar and mother Somadevi and was named Uttamsinh on birth. He came to be known as Dada Khachar and had four sisters, Jaya, Lalita, Panchali and Nan ...

                                               

Desh Vibhag Lekh

The Desh Vibhag Lekh was written by Swaminarayan in 1827 establishing the division of territory into two dioceses of Ahmedabad and Vartal It was dictated by Sahajanand Swami and Shukmuni sadhu written in the Darbar of Dada Khachar in Gadhada Ebha ...

                                               

International Swaminarayan Satsang Organisation

Acharya Shree Tejendraprasadji Maharaj) founded International Swaminarayan Satsang Organization in the United States on the occasion of Vijaya Dashami in the year 1978. The main goal of the I. S. O. s, "to advance the Sanatana Dharma, in accordan ...

                                               

Laxmi Narayan Dev Gadi

The Laxminarayan Dev Gadi is one of the two gadis that together form the Swaminarayan Sampraday. It is headquartered at the Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Vadtal and controls the Dakshin Vibhag Lekh. The current Acharya of the Gadi is Acharya Sri Ajen ...

                                               

Nar Narayan Dev Gadi

The Naranarāyan Dēv Gadī, named after NarNarayan Dev, is one of the two Gadis that together form the Swaminarayan Sampraday. Its headquarter is at the Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Ahmedabad and controls the Uttar Vibhag. Acharya Gadi is Acharya Shri ...

                                               

Narnarayan Dev Yuvak Mandal

NarNarayan Dev Yuvak Mandal was founded by Koshalendraprasad Pande in 1994 with its headquarters at the Kalupur Swaminarayan Mandir and was created to help young people to confront the challenges of life. This step installed in various initiative ...

                                               

Satsangi

The Kanthi is a double stranded necklace made of Tulsi. This is a significant symbol of the Swaminarayan Sampradaya, and has been directly referred to by Swaminarayan in the Shikshapatri, where he states in Shlok 41-44 that all his disciples that ...

                                               

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Dholera

Dholera itself is an ancient port-city, 30 km from Dhandhuka of Ahmedabad district. Making this temple with three spires was under control and planned Nishkulanand Swami, Atmanand Swami Akshardanand and Dharmprasad Swami. The land on which the ho ...

                                               

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Junagadh

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Junagadh is a Hindu temple in Junagadh, Gujarat, India. This temple was ordered to be built by Lord Swaminarayan himself, the founder of the Swaminarayan Sampraday.

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