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InTime Ministries to Host Empowerment for the “Whole” Woman: It’s Our Time! Roundtable

Dr. Terri Easley

Dr. Terri Easley

RIVERSIDE, CA — If you are in the bloom of a new marriage or relationship and want strategies to develop a deeper level of intimacy, or if your marriage has some miles or issues and could use a tune-up, and if you are closer to Divorce Court than the altar and you need a word from the Lord then this roundtable is for you. There is also something for single sisters, whether never married, divorced, widowed or just feeling lonely, invisible, discounted and disrespected with the deepest yearnings to belong; there is something for the “whole” woman.

‘Empowerment for the “Whole” Woman: It’s Our Time’ Roundtable will take place on Saturday, June 28 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Praise Tabernacle Bible Church located at 4550 Eucalyptus Avenue in Chino (91710).  Come hear anointed testimonies and invaluable insight from panelists. The keynote speaker and host is Dr. Terri Easley, author of Seasons of Destiny who will be ministering on “Marriage: A Walk of a Lifetime” (based on Chapter 2 from her book). There will also be leader breakout session led by Dr. Diana White Johnson on “Submission: A Key to a Powerful Godly Marriage”; Linda D. Wright on “Rules of Engagement for Co-parenting (the impact on children)”; and Victoria Menzies on “Singles: The Fear of Losing Control”. There will also be a general session followed by Q&A. Light refreshments will be served. The cost of the conference is $10.00 in advance or $12 at the door. For vendor registration email, lizalight@aol.com. Register today by visiting www.intimeministries.com or calling (951) 710-9608.

 

 

‘Miss Saigon’ on Stage at the Historic California Theatre of the Performing Arts

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SAN BERNARDINO, CA- A classic love story is brought up-to-date in one of the most stunning theatrical shows of all time in “Miss Saigon,” on stage for two performances only Saturday, June 28 at the California Theatre of the Performing Arts. Set during the turmoil of the Vietnam War, the story centers on an American soldier and a Vietnamese girl who fall in love, only to be separated by the fall of Saigon and tragic losses and the sacrifices made in a world gone mad.

Worldwide Theatricals is presenting the musical at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets range from $38.50 and $75, and are available at www.ticketmaster.com, www.californiatheatre.net, or through the box office at (909) 885-5152.

“Miss Saigon” premiered in London in September 1989 and ran for more than 4,000 performances over a 10 year period. It opened on Broadway in 1991 and has been staged throughout the world. The London revival of the show opened this year.

The California Theatre of the Performing Arts is located at 562 W. Fourth Street in San Bernardino.

Loma Linda University School of Medicine celebrates 100th anniversary

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Guests at LLUSM’s 100th anniversary bash were treated to live entertainment throughout the evening including stilt walkers

LOMA LINDA, CA- Loma Linda University School of Medicine (LLUSM) recently concluded its five-year Centennial Celebration (2009-2014), marking 100 years since the founding of the school to the 100th anniversary of the first graduating class. A community celebration was held on June 1 outside LLU Centennial Complex.

The early 1900’s themed anniversary bash was a free event open to the entire community and featured thematic music and entertainment as well as food trucks and a fireworks show to end the night. An estimated 700 people attended throughout the evening.

Loma Linda University School of Medicine opened its doors in 1909 as the College of Medical Evangelists and graduated its first class of six students on June 11, 1914. It was the smallest class to ever graduate from the school with just two women and four men. This year, on May 25, LLUSM graduated its largest class ever with 171 medical students. Over 10,500 students have graduated over the last 100 years.

LLUSM continues to have a growing impact in the Inland Empire and beyond. This year, 51 percent of LLUSM students matched to primary care positions, and half of the practicing medical doctors in San Bernardino County either trained at or currently teach at Loma Linda University or both.