EXIT DIAMOND REALTY GRAND OPENING

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Exit Diamond Grand Opening

You are Invited to grand opening launch of EXIT DIAMOND REALTY OF LANCASTER.

SAVE THE DATE: January 20, 2017
Exit Diamond Realty launches in the Antelope Valley. on 10th Street West in Lancaster.
Time: Ribbon Cutting at 12:00 Noon
Evening mixer for realtors and affiliates at 6:00PM.
Address: 44231 10th Street West, Lancaster, California 93534

Stop by for food and fun.
Reply please to help us with head count. Thanks.

Bishop Eddie Long Passed

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Eddie Lee Long (May 12, 1953 – January 15, 2017) was an American pastor who served as the senior pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, a Mega-Church in unincorporated DeKalb County, Georgia, from 1987 until his death in 2017. When Long started as pastor for New Birth Church, there were 300 church members, which grew to 25,000. During this time, Long was a subject of a Senate investigation, concerning whether he personally profited from his church’s tax-exempt status, which eventually ended without a finding of wrongdoing. Also, civil lawsuits were filed against him alleging sexual abuse of multiple underage male members of his parish. Long denied wrongdoing through his attorneys and privately settled the lawsuits out of court for undisclosed amounts.

Long was born in Huntersville, North Carolina, on May 12, 1953, the son of the Rev. Floyd M. Long, Jr. and Hattie Long. He attended North Carolina Central University in Durham, North Carolina, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 1977. In 2008, Long donated $1 million to the university to establish a professorship in his name, saying “I am making (the donation) from my own personal income,” which comes from various real estate ventures and also as royalties from his books. Long then worked as a factory sales representative for the Ford Motor Corporation, but was fired after he submitted expense reports that included personal telephone calls.

Long claimed to hold a doctorate in “Pastoral Ministry” from the unaccredited International College of Excellence, which is not recognized by either the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or United States Department of Education, the two institutions responsible for recognizing educational accrediting institutions in the United States (see Accrediting Commission International).

Long was born in Huntersville, North Carolina, on May 12, 1953, the son of the Rev. Floyd M. Long, Jr. and Hattie Long. He attended North Carolina Central University in Durham, North Carolina, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 1977. In 2008, Long donated $1 million to the university to establish a professorship in his name, saying “I am making (the donation) from my own personal income,” which comes from various real estate ventures and also as royalties from his books.  Long then worked as a factory sales representative for the Ford Motor Corporation, but was fired after he submitted expense reports that included personal telephone calls.

Long claimed to hold a doctorate in “Pastoral Ministry” from the unaccredited International College of Excellence, which is not recognized by either the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or United States Department of Education, the two institutions responsible for recognizing educational accrediting institutions in the United States see Accrediting Commission International).

Following his dismissal from Ford, he moved to Atlanta to study theology and became the pastor of a small Jonesboro, Georgia church. In 1987 he became the pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, which at the time had around 300 members. Under Long, membership grew to 25,000.  The church may be considered part of the Bapticostal-movement.  Long married Dabara S. Houston in 1981 and they were divorced soon afterwards.  The couple has a son, Edward Long. Houston said she was the victim of “cruel treatment” and was afraid of Long’s “violent and vicious temper,” according to Fulton County Superior Court records. She and her son allegedly “had to flee the couple’s Fairburn home in order to ensure their safety”. Long vigorously denied the allegations and in 1985 Houston was awarded custody of the then 2-year-old son.

MISSING EASTSIDE STUDENT

Vanessa Pena 17 was last seen at Eastside High School on 1-17-2017 at 7:50 A.M.  Vanessa’s car was found January 18th 2017 at Eastside student parking lot.  License plates had been removed and no keys.  If you have any information of her whereabouts please contact the Lancaster Sheriff Department  at (661) 948-8466 .

 

 

Revival! Revival! Revival!

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Revival:  Living Water Worship Center City Wide Revival.  Guest Speaker International Evangelist Patrick Donation.

Theme:  Reviving the spiritual things that are Dead or are Dying in your Life!

Churches in he Antelope Valley United for Revival!

Pastor Robert Jones

Universal Church of God

Pastor Paul Jones

True Holiness C.O.G.I.C.

Pastor Tina Johnson

The Lord’s House of Refuge

Pastor Brian Johnson

Promises of God Ministries

Pastor Stan Collins

Spirit & Truth Deliverance

Pastor Thomas Gafford

City of Praise C.O.G.I.C

Pastor Melanie Mays

St. John Holy Trinity A.M.E.

Pastor Scott G. Jackson

Holy Ghost Deliverance Center C.O.G.I.C

Pastor Dwayne Jones

Living Water Worship Center

January 18, 19, & 20, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. nightly.  Living Water Worship Center 1034 West Avenue L12 Ste. 105, Lancaster CA 93534.  For more information please call 661-422-6863.