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Living Proof Live with Beth Moore PDF Print E-mail
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Written by New Anthem   
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 08:38

Living Proof Live
July 27-28, 2012 (Friday - Saturday)
Moline, IL: iWireless Center

Beth Moore (Speaker) , Travis Cottrell (Worship Leader)

Beth Moore’s life-transforming Bible Study challenges and inspires women of every age, everywhere. Joining Beth at this weekend event is acclaimed worship leader Travis Cottrell and the Praise Team. Beth’s focus will be on the Scripture that God lays on her heart for each individual Living Proof Live event – no two messages are the same. As she explores the Bible and how it applies to real life, you’ll be amazed by her own experiences as a believer. You’ll also be inspired to magnify and strengthen your own relationship with God.

Bring your friends and we’ll see you at Living Proof Live – a fun-filled Bible study, teaching, and worship experience to enrich your mind, soul, and spirit!
See all Living Proof Live dates and locations.
For more information about Moline, IL, click here.

Featured Guests:

Beth Moore
SpeakerBeth Moore is a speaker and author of best-selling Bible studies and other books for women. Beth is a woman of purpose, preparation, prayer, and passion. It's apparent in everything she does, from teaching Bible studies at her home church and on her blog to speaking to the thousands of women who attend her Living Proof Live conferences each year.

Travis Cottrell
Worship LeaderTravis serves as Worship Pastor at Englewood Baptist Church in Jackson, TN. For over fourteen years he has served as worship leader at Beth Moore’s Living Proof Live conferences sponsored by LifeWay Christian Resources. He has recorded several solo projects, including Found, Ring the Bells and the Dove award-winning Jesus Saves Live. When he's not writing music or leading worship, Travis likes to dance in the kitchen with his wife, sing in the car with his kids, laugh like crazy with his friends – and marvel that God would be so gracious to use a boy from Boone to help make His name famous.

Pricing Details:
Registration for individuals is $65.00 per person. Registration for groups of 50+ attendees, purchased all at the same time is $60.00 per person. Groups of 50+ attendees, registered all at the same time will also receive reserved seating in the venue. There is no cancellation or transfer for group pricing. REGISTER EARLY! Limited reserved seating available.

ASL interpreting available for the deaf / hearing impaired registrants. Please ensure that when you register, you notify our customer service of this need.

Wristband(s) are mailed to each registering individual or group to be worn for admission to the event.

Registration Information
Register by Phone:
Call LifeWay Events Registration toll free at 800.254.2022

Register by Fax:
Fax your information to: 615.251.3730

Cancellation Policy: If you wish to cancel your individual registration 30 or more days before the event, you will receive a refund of 50% of your conference fees (does not apply to lodging charges). There is no refund if cancellation is received less than 30 days before the event. Wristbands must be returned and postmarked thirty days prior to the event. There is no refund on registration for group pricing.

Transfer Policy: We encourage you to take advantage of the ministry opportunity to transfer your registration to another person, or you may apply your registration to another similar LifeWay event. All transfers must be made 30 days prior to the event and will incur a $10 transfer fee. A one-time transfer per customer is allowed. Wristbands must be returned and postmarked thirty days prior to the event. There is no transfer for group pricing.

Recording Policy
During this event, LifeWay will be recording (audio and video) and photographing. Most likely, you will be filmed, recorded or photographed as part of the audience or individually. By your attendance, you are granting your permission to be recorded or photographed for commercial purposes and agree to the following: being recorded, filmed or photographed by any means; commercial or any other use of your likeness, voice and words without compensation; specifically waving all rights of privacy during the filming, recording or photographing and release LifeWay Christian Resources from liability for loss, damage, or compensation from the commercial or other use of your likeness, image, voice or word; compliance with all rules and regulations of LifeWay for this event.
Come early for YOU Lead Training

YOU Lead is a training event designed to help you reach and disciple women for Christ. It is a pre-conference training offered along with Living Proof Live events.Learn more about YOU Lead.


iWireless Center
1201 River Drive
Moline, IL 61265

Quad City Residents will unveil 500ft. scroll in front of Schilling's Office Tuesday PDF Print E-mail
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Written by ActionNow.org   
Monday, 23 July 2012 13:10
As Food Prices Are Set to $oar, Quad City Residents to Rally to Protect Families Purchasing Power via a Minimum Wage Increase on Tuesday

Residents to Demand that Rep. Bobby Schilling Support Working Families with Measure That Creates Jobs, too

Moline, Ill.  – As the country suffers its worst drought since 1956, working families will soon face higher grocery bills.  To offset that added economic burden, area residents will call on Bobby Schilling to vote for working families by supporting the raise in the minimum wage.  The action will take place Tuesday (July 24) at Schilling’s Moline office on 41st Street.

Concerned residents have created a long scroll of signatures, approximately 800, supporting the raise in the minimum wage. The scroll will be unrolled on-site and measures about 500 feet and will be held up for all to see.   Residents will also hold a sign asking passerby’s to honk if they too support the minimum wage.
In addition, residents will deliver the signed petitions to Rep. Schilling’s office.

The protest is part of “Raise the Wage Day,” a national day of action taking place in more than 30 cities nationwide.  A recent report found that two-thirds of low wage workers are employed by large corporations, and that in the most recent fiscal year, the top-paid executive at each of the 50 largest low wage employers was awarded an average $9.4 million in compensation – even as many of their employees are paid at or near the minimum wage (just over $15,000 per year).

Quad City residents will ask Rep. Bobby Schilling to put money in the hands of people who will spend it in local communities by supporting a federal minimum wage of $10 per hour.

What:  Raise the Minimum Wage Rally. Minimum Wage Workers Speak Out, Demand Justice
When:  3:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 24
Where:  3000 41st Street, Moline, Illinois
Visuals:  500 ft. scroll of signatures to “Raise the Minimum Wage” and a 3 ft. sign of petition’s language.

Reporters Note: Click here for the National Employment Law Project report on the benefits of raising the federal minimum wage: http://99uniting.org/new-report-raise-the-minimum-wage-the-1-can-afford-it/


" Energy in Ancient Theories and its Modern Day Applications" by Krystal Hamilton Case. I.S.E. PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Narveen Aryaputri   
Monday, 23 July 2012 13:05
July 26th. 2012. Independent Scholars' Evenings :  7.00.p.m.

" Energy in Ancient Theories and its Modern Day Applications" 
Krystal Hamilton Case will speak about the concept of energy in ancient
theories, modern day applications, and her own experiences with energy awareness
and healing.

Licensed as a massage therapist since 2006, Krystal has worked in a number of
settings from the 5 star hotels of Chicago, to fitness centers, and alternative
therapy centers as well as maintaining her own business throughout the years.
She is a certified reflexologist and has taken classes in Thai massage,
therapeutic Thai flying, stone massage, asian cupping, fire cupping, Quantum
Touch, Thai herbal compress massage and other healing modalities. She has taught
at a school for massage therapy: basic anatomy, physiology, and pathology (for
massage therapists) as well as Swedish massage, Eastern healing theories, and
spa techniques.

In 2007 Krystal studied Shjanta yoga for three months in the beautiful mountains
of Kentucky with Shjaway Deboer at Eartheart Mountain Yoga Community. Shjanta
yoga blends hatha and raja yoga with Buddhist and Taoist meditation techniques,
Makka-Ho energy meridian stretches, Tibetan Rights, Tai-chi, as well as diet and
internal cleansing.

In 2011 Krystal completed levels 1-4 in Touch for Health (TFH) Kinesiology. This
year,2012, she completed her instructor certification and was elected to the
Board of Directors for TFH Kinesiology in the United States. She is working with
a group of five TFH Kinesiology instructors across the United States to empower
individuals and families to become their own primary healthcare providers.

Krystal's kinesiology website  is  www.projecttfh.com

Independent Scholars Evenings. 7.00 pm 
2nd fl of The Moline Commercial Club above the Phoenix.
1530 Fifth Avenue. Moline. Illinois. 61265
beverages and light hors devours are provided. 
The Independent Scholars Evenings are sponsored by The Institute For Cultural
and Healing Tradition, Ltd. a 501(c)3 at State and Federal levels since 1996

Back 2 School Fiesta on August 10! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Richard Martin   
Monday, 23 July 2012 12:39

Davenport Parks and Recreation
Back 2 School Fiesta 2012
Start off the school year right at our 5th annual Back 2 School Fiesta. This free event features games, sports, crafts, activities, bingo, dunk tank, pinatas and more with prizes of back to school supplies. It's an event for the whole family!
When and Where
Friday, August 10th
3pm - 7pm
Prairie Heights Park
5600 Eastern Avenue
Davenport, Iowa
This event is 100% FREE!
Questions? Call the Parks and Recreation office
at 563-328-PARK (7275)

back to school 2012 fiesta

Lt. Gov. Simon to announce recipients of farmers’ market grant PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Justin Stofferahn   
Friday, 20 July 2012 14:49

CARBONDALE – Lt. Governor Sheila Simon will host a media call-in Tuesday afternoon with Audrey Rowe, Administrator of the United States Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service, to announce that up to 50 farmers’ markets across Illinois will receive free wireless machines that accept Link, debit and credit cards as part of the Illinois Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) Wireless Project. With these markets coming aboard, one in three farmers’ markets statewide will accept food stamp benefits for the first time.


Simon and Rowe will be joined on the call by Connie Spreen, the executive director of the Chicago non-profit Experimental Station, and vegetable farmers Cheryl and Josh Dotson of Dotson Farms in Beecher, a mother-son team that sells produce at several farmers’ markets in Chicago. Simon and Rowe will explain the wireless grant program and discuss USDA efforts to boost access to local foods and the impact that can have on the health of citizens and the economy.


DATE: Tuesday, July 24

TIME: 1 – 2 p.m.

DIAL-IN: 888-455-0739

PASSCODE: FNS (Given Verbally)

Trouble number: 202-720-8560


All callers using the above pass code will be placed in listen only mode. To join the Q&A portion of the meeting, these callers are instructed to press *1 on their touch tone phone.



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