with groups of young people, whose strong personal loyalty to him was instrumental in the flourishing of the church after his death.
29 -- (BNA-- The Shura Council is itinerated
review on Monday a report submitted from the Committee on Compiling the Reply to Speech of His Majesty the King at the inaugural session of the National Assembly's fourth session of the third legislative term.
During the 1840s and 1850s, a bevy of lawyers, a state's attorney, and a judge itinerated
twice a year through the Eighth Judicial Circuit in central Illinois, going from courthouse to courthouse to address the accumulated backlog of litigation.
The prize includes: Family holiday for 4 people to Lapland (Helsinki and Kittil in Finland) between 17th and 21st December 2011 and includes train travel to and from London Heathrow, flights and connections, accommodation, three meals a day and all itinerated
All we know concerning these twelve obscure years in the Marpecks' life is that he worked for some time as a water engineer, that he itinerated
to like-minded congregations in Moravia and South Germany, and that his relationship with the Swiss Brethren remained ambivalent.
Based on the principal equation for a sigmoidal curve, the program makes itinerated
computations to derive a best fit, based upon the actual experimental values.
Itinerant evangelists found a certain prominence during the awakenings of the 1740s, and while little is known on how much Edwards itinerated
during the summer of 1741, we do find him in the town of Enfield on July 8 armed with the sermon he preached a month before.
Gifted missionary and Korean preachers itinerated
to mission centers and held similar revival meetings.
Throughout the decade of the 1990's, a traveling exhibit on the Martyrs Mirror itinerated
in more than sixty Mennonite and Amish communities across North America, accompanied by local lectures, children's activities, and discussion groups.
I remember in the 1930s, there was an evangelist named Cowboy Kellog who itinerated
around the West.
Kings still itinerated
round the realm, allowing their subjects to meet them.
The implication, that the French had been chosen as God's instrument for toppling the currupt and tyrannical priests and princes of Europe, was spelt out by other Covenanters who itinerated
through Antrim and Down at this time preaching to large crowds and predicting `the immediate destruction of the British monarchy'.