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) Two years later, Capp's studio issued Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story, a 1958 biographical comic book distributed by The Fellowship of Reconciliation.
* In 1873, the Nazarene Fellowship, led by Edward Turney of Nottingham, separated over the atonement.
In 1968, he studied glass in Venice on a Fulbright Fellowship and received a Master of Fine Arts at the Rhode Island School of Design. In 1971, with the support of John Hauberg and Anne Gould Hauberg, Chihuly founded the Pilchuck Glass School near Stanwood, Washington. About the Pilchuck Glass School from their websiteIn 1976, while Chihuly was in England, he was involved in a head-on car accident during which he flew through the windshield. Glass Houses: Dale Chihuly Files a Lawsuit That Raises Big Questions ... About Dale Chihuly, a February 2006 article from The Stranger His face was severely cut by glass and he was blinded in his left eye.
In Canada, residency leads to eligibility for certification by and Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, while in the United States, completion of a residency in general surgery leads to eligibility for board certification by the American Board of Surgery or the American Osteopathic Board of Surgery which is also required upon completion of training for a general surgeon to have operating privileges at most hospitals in the United States.
Scholar Ronald Hutton argues in his Triumph of the Moon that Gardner's tradition was largely the inspiration of members of the Rosicrucian Order Crotona Fellowship and especially that of a woman known by the magical name of " Dafo ".
He was encouraged in this by the director of the Raffles Museum ( now the National Museum of Singapore ) and by his election to Fellowship of the Royal Anthropological Institute in 1936.
In June 1937, when Lord Mount Temple, the Chairman of the Anglo-German Fellowship, asked to see the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain after meeting Hitler in a visit arranged by Ribbentrop, Robert Vansittart, the British Foreign Office's Undersecretary wrote a memo stating that :" The P. M. Minister should certainly not see Lord Mount Temple – nor should the S of S. We really must put a stop to this eternal butting in of amateurs – and Lord Mount Temple is a particularly silly one.
He joined the Anglo-German Fellowship, which was supported both by the British and German Nazi governments, and made many trips to Berlin.
The Fellowship was granted official church status by the state in 1981.
In January, 2012, The Fellowship of Presbyterians gathered to create a " New Reformed Body ," an alternative denomination to which congregations disaffected by the change in ordination standards could transfer their membership.
Stating that " Paramahansa Yogananda was sent to the West by Jesus Christ himself " with the said intent to " restore the original Christian teachings among his followers ", in Revelations of Christ Swami Kriyananda, Yogananda's disciple and Ex-minister of the Self-Realization Fellowship, provides a distilled commentary on the life and teachings of Christ, all of which is meant to serve as an anticipatory primer to Yogananda's more philosophically nuanced treatment in The Second Coming of Christ.
* Terry Gilliam awarded the Fellowship of the Kermodes, by film critic Mark Kermode.
She was honored by The Washington Center for the Book for her distinguished body of work with the Maxine Cushing Gray Fellowship for Writers on October 18, 2006.
Vegetarianism has been practiced by some influential Muslims including the Iraqi theologian, female mystic and poet Râbi ‘ ah al -‘ Adawîyah of Basrah, who died in the year 801, and the Sri Lankan sufi master Bawa Muhaiyaddeen who established The Bawa Muhaiyaddeen Fellowship of North America in Philadelphia.
Referred to by Charles Dickens in Our Mutual Friend as The Six Jolly Fellowship Porters, it still stands today renamed The Grapes
Later, Quinn studied briefly under Frank Lloyd Wright through the Taliesin Fellowship — an opportunity created by winning first prize in an architectural design contest.
The program began as the Advanced Operational Studies Fellowship ( AOSF ) in 1984 as an AMSP " companion program " by diverting lieutenant colonel War College selectees to Fort Leavenworth for an equivalent education program — then remaining for a second year to help instruct AMSP students.
* Waite, Arthur Edward ( 1916 – 1918 ) Complete Rosicrucian Initiations of the Fellowship of the Rosy Cross ; reprinted in 2005 ISBN 978-0-9735931-7-4 and 2007 ISBN 978-0-9783883-4-8 by Ishtar Publishing, Burnaby, British Columbia ; renamed in 2008 Rosicrucian Rites and Ceremonies of the Fellowship of the Rosy Cross by Founder of the Holy Order of the Golden Dawn Arthur Edward Waite ISBN 978-0-9783883-4-8 book description from Ishtar Publishing

Fellowship and mission
* 1945-Mission Aviation Fellowship formed ; Far East Broadcasting Company ( FEBC ) founded ; Evangelical Foreign Missions Association formed by denominational mission boards
The Liberty Baptist Fellowship ( LBF ) was started in 1981 with the mission of planting New Testament local churches and endorsing chaplains in the military.
The COE has responsibility for leading the Fellowship on matters of spirituality, mission development, and Christian witness.
Fellowship is regarded as a sign of recognition as supporting and contributing to the purpose and mission of the society, and Fellows are permitted to use the post-nominals FSA Scot ..
The International Fellowship of Evangelical Students ( IFES ) is an association of about 136 evangelical Christian student movements worldwide, encouraging evangelism, discipleship and mission among students.
The mission of Justice Fellowship is to reform the criminal justice system so that victims are respected, offenders are transformed and reintegrated, and communities are safer.
" The mission of Elim Fellowship is to glorify God and His Son Jesus Christ and to obey Christ's mandate to preach the Gospel and make disciples of all nations.
Some of these include: Acting on AIDS, At the Foot of the Cross, Beacon Newspaper, Campus Crusade for Christ, Chesbronian Yearbook, Dance Ministry, Drama Ministry, Gospel Choir, Habitat for Humanity, In Jesus ' Name ( Street Ministry ), And He Made Me ( Multicultural Student Union-leadership team ) Intramural Athletics, mission trips, Student Association, SIFE, Fellowship of Christian Athletes ( FCA ), Key of She ( all-female a cappella group ) and Worship Teams.
Formed in 1984, their mission statement is as follows: " The Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America gathers, equips and mobilizes Baptists to build a culture of peace rooted in justice.
The Fellowship Foundation's 501 ( c )( 3 ) mission statement is:
In 1947 UCCF became a founding member of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students ( IFES ), through which it continues to play an active role in international mission.
At the mouth of Hell for Certain Creek, at the Middle Fork of the Kentucky River, a mission church exists which was started in the early 1950s by the late Miss Evelyn Fuqua, who was a licensed minister in the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches.
* The fact that there is a scholarly society, formed in 2004, the Thomas F. Torrance Theological Fellowship, with a mission to promote serious reflection on the Christian faith following Torrance ’ s own approach to theology, is certainly testimony to the growing importance of his work and extraordinary contributions to the Christian Church and its theology.
A Christian since 1997, he works on a regular basis with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes ( FCA ), Athletes in Action ( AIA ) and Samaritan's Feet, a nonprofit organization which has a mission of putting 10 million pairs of shoes on 10 million kids ' feet worldwide over the next ten years.
The Fellowship brought together many independent churches and mission halls, which had been somewhat isolated.
In 1965, the mission became known as the Africa Evangelical Fellowship.

Fellowship and friendly
In April 1896, he addressed the Ethical Fellowship of Philadelphia with a lecture on " What the Anarchists Want ," to a friendly audience.

Fellowship and contact
Allegations have been made that non-Fellowship people have been refused contact with their grandchildren, and that Fellowship people have refused to attend funerals of non-Fellowship family members.
In 1807, Allen's original research ( on carbon ) enabled him to be successfully proposed for election to Fellowship of the Royal Society, bringing him into contact with those who were publishing much of the original scientific research of the day.
While at Waterloo, he came in contact with the apologetic work of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and set his sights on a career in academia.
According to Gardner, his first contact with the witches was through an inner group within the Crotona Fellowship, a Rosicrucian society that operated a theatre in Christchurch.

Fellowship and form
In the cases of both the Fellowship of Humanity and the Washington Ethical Society, the court decisions turned not so much on the particular beliefs of practitioners as on the function and form of the practice being similar to the function and form of the practices in other religious institutions.
* The Hospital Chaplains ' Fellowship joins with the National Association of Whole Time Hospital Chaplains to form the College of Health Care Chaplains in the UK.
In " the Bridge of Khazad-dûm " in The Fellowship of the Ring, the Balrog appears " like a great shadow, in the middle of which was a dark form, of man-shape maybe, yet greater ".
In response, at the 1959 Annual Conference in Ocean Grove, New Jersey, a group of conservative and evangelical Brethren joined to form the Brethren Revival Fellowship ( BRF ).
The Christian Socialist Union merged in 1919 with the Navvy Mission to form the Industrial Christian Fellowship.
From the Fellowship of Reconciliation many Jews, suffragists, socialists, and anarchists separated to form this more secular organization.
Among the new denominations formed by those seceding or being expelled from the Church of the Nazarene are: the People's Mission Church ( 1912 ), which had become part of the Church of the Nazarene in 1911, but subsequently became part of the Pilgrim Holiness Church in 1925 ; the Pentecost Pilgrim Church ( 1917 ), which merged with the International Holiness Union to form the Pilgrim Holiness Church in 1922 ; the Bible Missionary Church ( 1955 ), which subsequently split to create the Wesleyan Holiness Association of Churches ( 1959 ), and the Nazarene Baptist Church ( 1960 ) ( later Nazarene Bible Church in 1967 ); the Holiness Church of the Nazarene ( 1961 ) in the Philippines ; the Church of the Bible Covenant ( 1967 ); the Crusaders Churches of the United States of America ( 1972 ); and the Fellowship of Charismatic Nazarenes ( 1977 ).
In 1927 the " Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy " resulted in 77 churches splitting off to form the Union of Regular Baptist Churches-out of which the current Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada merged in 1953.
Together, these five groups form the Fellowship of British Baptists.
In 1962 Reverend Richard C. Mattox, of Cleveland, Ohio, led conservative-fundamentalist black ministers and congregations to form the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship Association.
The Assemblies of God ( AG ), officially the World Assemblies of God Fellowship, is a group of over 140 autonomous but loosely associated national groupings of churches which together form the world's largest Pentecostal denomination.
In 1988, the various Assemblies of God national fellowships united to form the World Pentecostal Assemblies of God Fellowship at the initiative of Dr. J. Philip Hogan, then executive director of the Division of Foreign Missions of the Assemblies of God in the United States.
The Missionary Church ( and the movements that formed it ) has experienced three divisions — the withdrawal of several leaders from the Missionary Church Association in 1923 over disagreements concerning the Holy Spirit ; in 1947 the Pennsylvania Conference of the Mennonite Brethren in Christ withdrew over issues of doctrine and polity, and in 1959 became the Bible Fellowship Church ; and the Missionary Church of Canada withdrew from the Missionary Church in 1987 ( and merged with the Evangelical Church of Canada in 1993 to form the Evangelical Missionary Church ).
One modern form of the Rosie Cross is found in a Rosicrucian Christian symbol that places a crown of red roses ennobling a white rose at the centre of the cross ; radiating behind is the golden five-pointed star, an allusion also to ' the Five Points of Fellowship '.
Differences of opinion over Jeffrey's open aspousal of British Israelism and disputes on church governance led Jeffreys to withdraw from the Elim Pentecostal Church in 1939 and to form the Bible-Pattern Church Fellowship in Nottingham, which founded other churches throughout England until the 1960s, but that now only continues as a small fellowship.
Self-Realization Fellowship ( SRF ) continues disseminating Paramahansa Yogananda's teachings, including Kriya Yoga, a form of yoga the group claims originated millennia ago in India.
He was also, in 2012, awarded with an NEA Jazz Masters Fellowship for his " significant lifetime contributions have helped to enrich jazz and further the growth of the art form.
Soon, the Marksmen – as they became known – took to carrying out some form of service in the community near the Mark and so two primary aims of Toc H – Fellowship and Service were being fulfilled.
Jesus Fellowship community members aim to " eschew worldly belongings and seek what is perceived as a simple and more ethical form of economic life ".
Formal recognition of their skills ( in England at least ) goes back to 1540, when the Fellowship of Surgeons ( who existed as a distinct profession, but still not " Doctors / Physicians " as they are thought of today ) merged with the Company of Barbers to form the Company of Barber-Surgeons.
In 1996 two former callers, John Henry Mealing and Cornelius Wright, received National Heritage Fellowship awards as " Master Folk and Traditional Artists " for their demonstrations of this form of African-American folk art.
Work in these areas expanded rapidly in the late 1960s and early 1970s, such that by the mid 1970s it represented half the ministry, and resulted in ICCF and CECU merging with IVF to form the Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship.
These two new unions join the ArchPriesthood Union to form the Fellowship of Isis Foundation Union Triad.

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