Church On The Street is a Christian Discipleship Program (or ‘Bible’ Boot Camp) where a believer in Jesus Christ can spend six months in our 180 day residential program immersed in the Word of God. One can spend this time to build a stable foundation for their life. Very intense; very structured with a curriculum based in the Life of Christ. Lots of rules to incorporate discipline into one’s character; this life recovery school is the stepping stone to finding the purpose for your life that the Lord has for you. We accept all donations & are in need of hygiene, finances, clothes, furniture and vehicles. We are a state approved facility for probation & parole. Visit our website @ www. cotsphoenix. org or call (602) 257-8918 for tour or program information.
Ovarian cancer is often known as the “silent killer. ” This is due to the subtle nature of the symptoms. If you are at risk for ovarian cancer, then it is imperative that you know the symptoms because the earlier you catch this disease, the better your chances of survival are. Some factors that could put you at risk include uninterrupted ovulation, family history, certain gene mutations and even age.
The ultra-rare delivery of octuplets to a California couple took only 5 minutes: the doctors share. [JAN 27 2009] Octuplets born in California doing ‘very, very well’ : BELLFLOWER, CA (AP) ? The octuplets born to a mother in Southern California are doing “very, very well” and breathing on their own, one of their doctors said Tuesday. Mandhir Gupta, a neonatologist at Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center, told ABC’s “Good Morning America” the eight babies were in stable condition. Two of the newborns ? the second live octuplets born in US history ? were initially put on ventilators, but their breathing tubes have been removed. “Only three babies need some sort of oxygen through the nose right now but they are breathing on their own,” Gupta said. “The babies are doing actually very, very well. ” The mother, who was not identified, gave birth Monday to the six boys and two girls weighing between 1 pound, 8 ounces, and 3 pounds, 4 ounces. The eighth baby was a surprise to the parents and doctors who had been expecting only seven children. “It is quite easy to miss a baby when you’re anticipating seven,” said Harold Henry, chief of maternal and fetal medicine and one of 46 doctors, nurses and assistants who delivered the children by Caesarean section. Just five minutes after the first birth, the unexpected eighth baby came out at 10:48 am “My eyes were wide,” said Karen Maples, chief of the department of obstetrics and gynecology. Maples said the mother was “very . . .
June 25, 1988 www. amazon. com Watch the full interview: thefilmarchived. blogspot. com Civil Air Transport (IATA: CT, ICAO: CAT, Callsign: Mandarin) was a Chinese airline, later owned by the CIA, that supported United States covert operation throughout East and Southeast Asia. secretsofthecia. blogspot. com During the Cold War, missions consisted in assistance to Free World allies according to the Mutual Defense Assistance Act of 1949. Air America was an American passenger and cargo airline established in 1946 and covertly owned and operated by the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) Special Activities Division from 1950 to 1976. It supplied and supported covert operations in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. It was widely alleged among various veterans that the Central Intelligence Agency was involved in smuggling opium produced in Western Vietnam and Eastern Cambodia to heroin producers in the United States at considerable profit. In the book The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia, Alfred W. McCoy, a professor at the University of WisconsinMadison, provides evidence of the use of opium by agents of the US Government to fund covert operations in Vietnam. McCoy discusses the use of opium to fund covert operations done by the CIA in Vietnam and provides prolific testimony from interviews with many of the principals involved. According to Dr. McCoy, the agency intimidated his sources and tried to keep the book from being published. It was alleged by the Soviets on . . .