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The God Out Loud Experience

The God Out Loud Experience

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Published by Brandon Jimal Booth
Come and fellowship with us as we unite the generations and Power up the City for Christ through music, dance, spoken word, comedy and the Word of God.
Come and fellowship with us as we unite the generations and Power up the City for Christ through music, dance, spoken word, comedy and the Word of God.

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Come join us as we unite the generations through praise and worship, music, mime, poetry and the Word of God. You will be trulyBLESSED!
Shout to the LORD, all the earth; break out in praise and sing for joy! 
God out Loud 
 Young Progressive Christians for Christ is an outreach ministry of Jeri-cho House of Praise designed to uplift the name of Christ. Our goal isto create an environment where the gifts of 
Gods
people can be ex-pressed
OUT LOUD.
Goal of Young Progressive Christians for Christ 
Jericho House of Praise
Fri. Feb. 22, 20137pm5100 Edmondson Ave.
Powering up thecity for Christ
Contact Information
Brandon Booth443-572-1224brandonbooth196@gmail.com
Web page
Www.JerichoHouseofpraise.com
JerichoHouseofPraise@groups.facebook.com
Church # 410-362-7119
Young Progressive Christians for Christ
Breaking downthe walls of tradition
 
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your newsletter, convert it to a Web site and post it.or make predictions for yourcustomers or clients.If the newsletter is distributedinternally, you might commentupon new procedures or im-provements to the business.Sales figures or earnings willshow how your business isgrowing.Some newsletters include acolumn that is updated every issue, for instance, an advicecolumn, a book review, a letterfrom the president, or an edi-torial. You can also profile new employees or top customers or vendors. This story can fit 100-150 words. The subject matter that ap-pears in newsletters is virtually endless. You can include sto-ries that focus on current tech-nologies or innovations in yourfield. You may also want to notebusiness or economic trends,selecting images that appear tobe out of context.Microsoft Publisher includesthousands of clip art imagesfrom which you can chooseand import into your newslet-ter. There are also several toolsyou can use to draw shapesand symbols. This story can fit 75-125 words.Selecting pictures or graphics isan important part of adding content to your newsletter. Think about your article andask yourself if the picture sup-ports or enhances the message
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