American Gospel: Christ Alone

“American Gospel: Christ Alone” is a feature documentary that is 2 hours and 20 minutes in duration. The following is the first 40 minutes of the film made available on YouTube, followed by testimony from viewers. Please feel welcome to comment, like and share.

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Note: In March 2019, Lindsay (the BSSM student) was asked to leave BSSM for publicly speaking against Bethel’s doctrine & leadership on her personal Facebook page.

You may not want to miss this:

American Gospel: Christ Alone – Runtime 58:33 (aprx. 1hr)


American Gospel: Christ Alone


(runtime 58:33)

Praise God.

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MARYLAND COALITION AGAINST SEXUAL ASSAULT: “Preventing, Identifying, and Reporting Child Sexual Abuse in Maryland: MCASA Online Training”

The purpose of this training is to teach Maryland educators and clinicians the effects of child sexual abuse (CSA), prevention techniques, and Maryland-specific mandatory reporting requirements. This training is self-paced and designed to be about 90 minutes long. You will receive a Certificate of Completion. Licensed clinical professional counselors, therapists, and licensed social workers are eligible for CEUs at the conclusion of the training. MCASA appreciates the Maryland Department of Health for its support of this project.



Saylor Academy is a nonprofit initiative working since 2008 to offer free and open online courses to all who want to learn. We offer nearly 100 full-length courses at the college and professional levels, each of which is available right now — at your pace, on your schedule, and free of cost.

Whether you are looking for career advancement, degree completion, professional development, or more casual learning, we have something just for you. At Saylor Academy, you can earn modern, digital certificates of completion; earn tuition-free college credit through our network of partner schools; or even start a low-cost, convenient degree program.

FIND OUT MORE: Saylor Academy encourages you to explore our site to find out more of what they have to offer, but here are some highlights you might find helpful:





OHSC is proud to offer access to some of the UK’s finest 100% free courses online with certificates. With not a penny to pay, no strings attached and no entry requirements whatsoever, anyone interested in further education has the incredible chance to study at home.

Free online courses with certificates,  are designed to be comprehensively accessible and enormously beneficial. Enhance existing knowledge, explore a new subject or take the first steps toward an exciting new career. Regardless of your age, location and educational background, our free home study courses are open to everyone.

FREE ONLINE COURSES WITH CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION: We are constantly searching for dynamic new courses to add to our range of 100% free distance learning opportunities – check back regularly or call our admissions team to find out what’s new.

At present, our range of outstanding free courses includes:

We’re working hard to bring together a diverse range of free courses, in order to appeal to as many new students as possible. Enrollment is open throughout the year and we provide all essential course materials.

When OHSC promises 100% free courses, we deliver on a word – not a single penny is payable by you.

THE BENEFITS OF FURTHER EDUCATION: A free online course from OHSC could be ideal for anyone looking to:

  • Pursue promotion in their current line of work
  • Explore an entirely new career path
  • Brush up on existing knowledge, skills and professional traits
  • Pave the way of further studies at a much higher level
  • Start their own business from scratch or setup as a freelancer

The right qualification has the potential to transform your career prospects and education alike. OHSC believes that adult learning should be open to anyone with an interest in improving their prospects.

OHSC is the UK’s leading specialist provider of distance learning professional courses. The college is a renowned global distance learning institute dedicated to providing accredited home study courses across the world. OHSC was set up by a team of professionals with over ten years experience in delivering home based study programmes.



We know that choosing the right course, the one that’s going to help you reach your goals and best suit you and your lifestyle, is a big deal.

That’s why we’re here. We can help you navigate and compare your options, and offer guidance to find the right fit for you. We partner with universities across Australia to bring you over 290 degrees and 1,570 subjects in the one place, all available to study online, anywhere, anytime.

Our simple online enrollment means you can start your studies quickly and easily. When you enroll in a degree or single subject through us, you become a student of your chosen university and study online with them. It’s exactly the same course that’s delivered on campus—but you get to control the pace at which you study to fit with all the other things going on in your life.

Get access to your subject tutors, video lectures, online assessments and study resources from wherever you are, and when you finish, you graduate from your chosen uni with the same qualification as you’d earn on campus. When you enroll through us, you can even study subjects from multiple universities to customize your degree to best suit you.

Through us, you can enroll in a full degree or just a single subject, its entirely your choice. Either way, if you’re eligible, you can access government loans to help fund your studies. There are benefits of enrolling into a full degree, but the beauty of single subjects is there are no entry requirements—none at all.

So, whoever you are, and whatever your motivation or previous education experience, we can get you studying at university so you can achieve your goals.




Aquent Gymnasium offers free, online courses for digital, creative, and communications professionals to equip them with in-demand skills and advance their careers.

FREE COURSES: Why free? Lifelong learning is central to Aquent’s cultural values and finds its way into almost all of our business strategies. Because we’ve always known that there is a clear connection between learning and career advancement, Gymnasium was created to serve both our talent and our clients in meeting the demand for skilled professionals. To date, hundreds of newly-certified professionals have been placed in roles with our clients.

GYMNASIUM COURSES: Browse our course catalog to find out more.

PRACTICAL SKILLS: Our instructors are practicing professionals and leaders in their field who, in collaboration with Gymnasium, have designed courses to give you knowledge that can be applied immediately to your next project or job. These courses were designed to bridge the skills gap as identified by our clients and from our job placement analytics. Our mission is to help you build your skills to meet the current demand.




In as little as 20 minutes, you can learn techniques to save the life of a loved-one, friend, co-worker, neighbor, anyone! who is experiencing an overdose caused by prescription narcotics or heroin. You can also find out where you can obtain the lifesaving, easy-to-use antidote: NALOXONE. Also access relevant information and links on our website after the training, and check out what else we have to offer on our site.

Our computer-based training modules can help you give someone a second chance, and spare those who love them the pain of a preventable loss of life or brain injury.

HOW YOU CAN HELP: The online training is provided free of charge but in order to make this life-saving project sustainable, we are asking for a donation of $10 for Certificates of Completion. Once you successfully complete the post-test, you will be able to donate. Then, your Certificate of Completion will be emailed to you and you will be able to login to your account at any time up to 3 months post-training.

Your tax-deductible donation will support GetNaloxoneNow’s mission to extend the reach of overdose recognition, prevention and response education with naloxone. As preventable deaths continue to reach epidemic proportions, our work is as urgent as ever. Thank you for your support!



“Volunteers ready to protect, serve” – Frederick News Post

May 7th, 1997
By Kate Leckie, News-Post Staff


FREDERICK, MD—Twenty more feet will be policing the streets, as Frederick Police Department held graduation exercises Tuesday night for its first group of volunteer officers.

The 10 members of the Uniform Volunteer Auxiliary won’t carry a gun, but they will wear uniforms. And they’ll be jumping into the law enforcement arena by doing such chores as directing traffic, keeping an eye on homes whose residents are out of town and assisting people who get locked out of their cars.

“The auxiliary epitomizes what community policing is all about,” said Police Chief Ray Raffensberger.

“I can’t say enough about volunteers. By committing to this program, these people are taking time out of their busy lives to contribute to the quality of life of all citizens of Frederick. They do it for a cause, a desire, a want to serve their community,” Maj. Raffensberger said.

The news volunteer officers range in age from 23 to 73 and include a school teacher, an engineer, a volunteer firefighter and a national guardsman.

Amanda Kochansky, 23, already has applications out for a career in law enforcement. “That’s a big 10-4,” said the enthusiastic auxiliary graduate, who also will graduate from Hood College on May 17 with her degree in law and society.

Previously an Explorer Scout, she’s also been working as a security guard, “and becoming a volunteer officer sounded good to me. I can help out the community even more.”

David Stone, 63, who retired after a longtime career with State Farm Insurance, said: “I had the time and my wife’s endorsement, so here I am. We will be able to do chores for the paid officers, some things back at the officer, that will allow them to stay on the streets where they belong. Maybe if we can impress some people, we can get more volunteers in the system.”

Although the volunteer officers won’t be making arrests, “they will be fulfilling some very real aspects of police work,” Officer Kundrat said.

The volunteers are required to do a minimum of eight hours of work a month, he said.

Joining Ms. Kochansky and Mr. Stone as graduates of the first auxiliary class were Thomas F. Colliflower Jr., Allen J. Dysin, Martin D. Holt, Jack L. Kessell II, Paul E. Schatzle, Sion Monnikendam, Laurence J. Vermer and Guy C. Whiddon.

Jim Robbins, advisor to the latest group of the police department’s Explorer Scouts, was honored for turning around Post 714’s program, which also awarded certificates to eight Scouts on Tuesday night: Sarah Bromfield, Andy Crone, Thomas Hoffman, Darren Mayhew, Scott Miller, Lacey Rishkind, David Sandy and Joan Wisnieski.

“You’ve witnessed history being made today,” Lt. Garry Hoyle of the Community Services Section said to a large crowd of family members and city officials gathered at the Elks Lodge for the ceremony and a reception.

Frederick Mayor Jim Grimes thanked the graduates “for their tremendous gift of time, the most priceless gift an individual can give.”



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