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           6937 22 Mile Road Sand Lake, Michigan 49343-9638




We believe in One God in the Three Persons of the Holy Trinity, God the Father, God the Son who is Jesus, and God the Holy Spirit.

We believe that Jesus is God Made Flesh to sanctify the flesh.

We believe that Jesus was born of the Virgin Mary  by the power of God the Holy Spirit.

We believe that Jesus is the Christ that suffered, died on a cross, and was buried as the only sacrifice which could redeem mankind.

We believe that he rose from the dead and that He ascended into heaven from where He will come again to judge the living and the dead at the end of time as we know it.

We believe that without the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, there is no salvation.


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They were protesting legislation in the U.S. House that would crack down on illegal aliens by making their entry a felony crime.  In News This Hour   'Mad as Hell' Coalition Tells US, 'Do What Mexico Does' (CNSNews.com) - A conservative advocacy group is speaking for Americans who think that illegal immigration is out of control and ought to be stopped.  Full Story   School System Gives Students Credit for Immigration Rally (CNSNews.com) - Middle and high school students from Montgomery County, Md., near the nation's capital, were given the chance Monday to earn credits toward graduation for participating in a rally involving tens of thousands of illegal immigrants.  Full Story   Democracy and Islamic Law Don't Mix, Iraqi Official Says (CNSNews.com) - Despite President Bush's insistence that the Iraqi "people want there to be a democracy," a pro-American member of Iraq's new parliament claims there is "no relationship between Islam and democracy."  Full Story   Bush Administration Plays Down Talk of Iran Strike (CNSNews.com) - Diplomacy comes first, but a military strike on Iran is possible -- and should that be necessary, "normal defense and intelligence planning" is underway, the White House said on Sunday.  Read News on the Web   Venezuela's Chavez Turns to Iran on Military, Uranium (CNSNews.com) - Venezuela's anti-U.S. President Hugo Chavez is trying to strengthen ties with Iran, and his plans include joint military exercises and obtaining uranium, the Washington Times quoted Bush administration officials as saying.  Read News on the Web   Sidebar: Father of the Oil Well (CNSNews.com) - For all the criticism of petroleum and its emissions, it is still the fuel of choice and the primary reason why an Asian behemoth like China would want to embrace a faraway South American nation like Venezuela. But find out who first succeeded in drilling for oil.  Read today's Fact-O-Rama   Lawyer: No DNA Match in Duke Gang Rape Case (CNSNews.com) - There is no DNA match between members of Duke University's men's lacrosse team and an exotic dancer who told police she was raped at a team party, attorneys for the team told the Associated Press Monday.  Read News on the Web   Specter Says Bush Should Speak on Leak (CNSNews.com) - Republican Sen. Arlen Specter told Fox News on Sunday that President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney should discuss the CIA leak case with the American people -- so they understand what happened.  Read News on the Web   'Immigrant Justice' Rallies Taking Place Across US (CNSNews.com) - This isn't just another Monday. It is a "National Day of Action for Immigrant Justice," and that means huge protest rallies will take place in cities across the country.  Read News on the Web   Latinos Not United on Immigration Issue (CNSNews.com) - Massive Latino protests may give the impression that Latinos are united on the issue of immigration reform, but that is not the case, the Arizona Republic reported on Monday.  Read News on the Web   Republican Party Sees 'Trademark Pessimism' From Sen. John Kerry (CNSNews.com) - Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) says the United States should set a specific date for the withdrawal of U.S. troops now fighting in Iraq.  In News This Hour   House Dem Committed 250 Ethics Violations, Group Says (CNSNews.com) - U.S. Rep. Alan Mollohan (D-W.Va.) has committed more than 250 violations of House ethics rules, according to a conservative legal watchdog group.  Full Story   California Congressional Race Could Signal Partisan Shift (CNSNews.com) - Both Democrats and Republicans are closely watching Tuesday's special election to replace former California Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham, the Republican who is now a convicted felon. Will the race serve as a bellwether for others across the nation?  Read News on the Web   Move to Overturn SD Abortion Ban Gaining Ground, Report Says (CNSNews.com) - A petition seeking to overturn South Dakota's abortion ban is rapidly gaining signatures, from both Democrats, Republicans, and even some voters who say they oppose abortion, press reports said.  Read News on the Web   Christian Coalition Shrinks as Debt Grows (CNSNews.com) - The Christian Coalition, described as an organization that fueled the rise of the Christian right, has fallen on hard times, the Washington Post reported on Monday.  Read News on the Web   US, China to Discuss Competing Interests in Latin America (CNSNews.com) - Ahead of Hu Jintao's first visit to the U.S. as Chinese president, a senior State Department official is due to hold talks in Beijing about Latin America -- a region that is of increasing interest to China.  Full Story   Israel Moves to Cut Ties With PA, Sideline Abbas Jerusalem (CNSNews.com) - The Israeli government is cutting ties with the Hamas-led Palestinian Authority, sidelining P.A. Chairman Mahmoud Abbas and setting the stage for unilateral withdrawals in the West Bank.  Full Story   Australian Gov't Caught Up in Iraq Oil-for-Food Scandal (CNSNews.com) - Five months after he launched a commission of inquiry into allegations of bribery by Australia's wheat-exporting body relating to the U.N. oil-for-food program, Prime Minister John Howard faces a deepening scandal and unrelenting questions about what his government knew about the affair.  Full Story   France Scraps Controversial Youth Job Law  (CNSNews.com) - Huge protest rallies in France have had the desired effect: French President Jacques Chirac announced that a controversial law making it easier to fire young workers will be scrapped, the BBC reported.  Read News on the Web   Vox Populi: Don't Believe the Global Warming Hype (CNSNews.com) - Scientist James Hansen's ties to the Democratic Party come as no surprise to some readers, who say "global warming" is more fiction than fact.  Read Letters to the EditorEnd of ticker feed

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