Thrive Church – Christian Church in Elk Grove, CA

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Thrive Church – Christian Church in Elk Grove, CA

A Christ-centered, Spirit-filled church in Elk Grove, that welcomes people of all backgrounds. You can expect the worship to be heartfelt, the message to be relevant, and the atmosphere to be loving.

The New Era | Dutch Sheets

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The New Era | Dutch Sheets | Fri. Night | Roar National Conference 2018

Below are links to resources and recommendations

Books I Recommend:

►Destiny: T.D. Jakes:
►Bill Johnson: Defining Moments:
►Ryan Lestrange: Hell’s Toxic Trio:
►John Eckhardt: Moving in the Apostolic:
►Jennifer LeClaire: Mornings With the Holy Spirit :

Camera Equipment We Use:

►Panasonic GH4:
►Camera lens for GH4:
►Rode Lav Mic:
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Western Rite Orthodoxy | Wikipedia audio article

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Western Rite Orthodoxy

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“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.”
– Socrates

Western Rite Orthodoxy or Western Orthodoxy or Orthodox Western Rite are terms used to describe congregations that are within Churches of Orthodox tradition but which use liturgies of Western or Latin origin rather than adopting Eastern liturgies such as the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom. While there are some ancient examples of Western Rite communities in areas predominantly using the Byzantine Rite before the Great Schism was fully consolidated (the Monastery of Saint Mary of the Latins, often referred to as Amalfi, is a common example), the history of the movement is often considered to begin in the nineteenth century with the life and work of Julian Joseph Overbeck.
Western Rite parishes and monasteries exist within certain jurisdictions of the canonical Eastern Orthodox Church, predominantly within the Russian and Antiochian jurisdictions in North America, with the latter having created an Antiochian Western Rite Vicariate (AWRV).
In addition, the Western Rite is practiced within religious communities outside the main Eastern Orthodox Church. The Communion of Western Orthodox Churches and the Orthodox Church of France are entirely Western Rite. Furthermore, there is a small number of Western Rite communities among the Old Calendarists, such as the former Western Rite Exarchate of the Holy Synod of Milan and the Autonomous Orthodox Metropolia of North and South America and the British Isles. In the past, there have also been Western Rite communities within Oriental Orthodoxy.
Western Rite parishes are found almost exclusively in countries with large Roman Catholic or Protestant (particularly Anglican) populations. There are also numerous devotional societies and publishing ventures related to the Western Rite. Despite having a place within many Eastern Orthodox jurisdictions, the Western Rite remains a contentious issue for some.