Visit the official web site of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast Synod and Extraordinary Lutheran Ministries.
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Join the Circle of Hope
You can help spread the word about the hunger crisis in Africa, and let others know that a click on The Hunger Site supports short-term food aid and longer-term solutions aimed at turning the tide of hunger.
Each time you invite someone to visit The Hunger Site, your impact -- and the Circle of Hope -- grows. Thanks for helping give help and hope to as many people as possible!
Also go to www.1001.com/hunger for another way to feed the hungry for FREE (website relies on sponsor donations)
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Learn how you can help address critical human needs in our own neighborhood
Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston brings people of all faiths together to advocate for the needs and rights of at-risk and special needs children, enhance the independence and dignity of low-income seniors, and improve the quality of life for newly arrived refugees.
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1980-2005: 25 Years of Caring and Commitment
The Christian Community Service Center (CCSC) is a grassroots, community-based non-profit organization serving the inner-city Houston community. We were incorporated in 1980 and since that time CCSC has grown to encompass a coalition of 38 churches united in service. Our mission is to serve those who are truly needy in the Houston community. Thanks to over 1,900 volunteers, CCSC currently offers services through the following outreach programs: Emergency Services, JobNet, Jingle Bell Express, Back To School, and the Louise J. Moran Vision Care Program. 2004 proved to be a record setting year, serving over 25,000 clients.
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Announcing a NEW book series from Augsburg Fortress
Quality, accessible books by Lutheran authors that inform, teach, inspire, and renew. Grounded in Lutheran theology and practice, these brief (no more than 96 pages) books will cover a wide range of subjects and themes of interest to ELCA members and the wider Christian community.
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Check out the world's leading publisher of annual telephone information guides directed at the professional gay and lesbian community
Advertising in the Gay and Lesbian Yellow Pages (GLYP) is not a reflection of the sexual orientation of an advertiser, but there is an implied promise that gay and lesbian people who patronize advertisers will be treated with respect and dignity.