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1Mar/140 #1 Online Dating Website for Christian Singles Over 50

(PRWEB) January 11, 2014, launched by Senior Match at the beginning of 2014, caters to christian singles over 50. It shares the large membership base with Senior Match community. The only difference with other online dating sites is that all members in this site have the same point – they are Christians.

As a niche dating site for senior Christians, got features specially created for old group who are not familiar with computers. It is easy to get started by registering a free account. Members can upload as many as 26 photos and perfect profile information by themselves. After the accounts are active by administrator, members can meet up with a number of Christian singles over 50, browse their profiles and photos and visit their blog posts. In addition to looking for associates by age, place, physical appearance, church denomination, they can also specify the level of church involvement that they want christian singles a man or woman to have.

All members can send ice-breaking winks or emails to some selected members, and plan a trip to see who would like to go with them. If they come across any problems during their search, they can ask the customer service for help. An online counselor will contact you soon and let you know how to use all the tools in the website and how to successfully meet congenial singles in the local area where the member lives.

In addition, members can also write and post blogs or communicate with each other in forums. There are no less than 2000 dating tips and advices on the site to teach over 50 Christian singles talk with their congenial partners who will help surmount loneliness, boredom, idleness, sickness and the likes.

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Gospel & Christian Music Legends Unite for New Recordings & Concerts

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 07, 2013

An eclectic group of Gospel and Christian artists will share a Seattle-area stage to celebrate friendship, common musical influences and their shared faith. The August 16 and 17 concerts featuring Bryan Duncan, Bob Carlisle, Tata Vega, Yvette C. Williams and Tony Hooper will be recorded on broadcast-quality video and multi-track audio.

Duncan has released 14 solo albums, three with the NehoSoul Band and six with the Sweet Comfort Band. He has sold in excess of 1.2 million records and videos. He's had 16 No. 1 Christian radio hits.

Bob Carlisle is best known for his song "Butterfly Kisses," which sold more than 2 million copies, was a number one song on Adult Contemporary radio, won a Grammy Award for Best Country Song and a Dove Award for Song of the Year.

Tata Vega released four acclaimed Motown albums and sang the part of Shug Avery in the motion picture The Color Purple before becoming a renowned session and background vocalist. The new film "Twenty Feet From Stardom" explores the lives of Vega, Darlene Love, Merry Clay, Lisa Fischer and Judith Hill - some of the world's most notable background singers.

Gospel luminary Yvette C. Williams is a featured vocalist in the Kurt Carr Singers who have won nine Stellar Awards. Her powerful vocals helped make In The Sanctuary one of the most-loved worship songs in African-American churches. Willams has shared the stage with Kirk Franklin, Fred Hammond, Donnie McClurkin, Yolanda Adams, Stevie Wonder, Mariah Carey, Natalie Cole, Aretha Franklin and Gladys Knight.

Tony Hooper is music pastor and a founding member of Blues Counsel, a Delta Blues band that is popular on the Christian festival circuit. He is a featured artist and musical director for the Aug. 16 and 17 concerts, which will be held at, an innovative, high-tech church in Puyallup, Washington.

Duncan invited Carlisle, Vega, Williams and Hooper to record with him, each artist doing live versions of their own music and songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s that influenced them, including a tribute to Andra


Georgia’s Mount Paran Christian School First Ever To Install Shaw Sports Turf’s New PowerBlade Bolt System

KENNESAW, Georgia (PRWEB) April 29, 2013

It would be difficult to find a more scenic high school campus than the 65-acre facility at Mount Paran Christian School (MPCS) in Kennesaw.

The campus views are spectacular, but there may be a new visual centerpiece, in the form of blue-and-white checkerboards.

MPCS has just completed installation of an all-new Shaw Sports Turf field at the schools stadium, which features the checkerboard pattern in the end zones.

Its been a two-year process, said Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Mitch Jordan. Other schools have installed synthetic turf and it piqued our interest. With the generous donation from two Mount Paran Christian families, this provides a major piece in the development of our athletic facilities and we couldnt be happier with our Shaw Sports Turf field.

Jordan said that availability was one of the major reasons the school chose to move to synthetic turf. With football, soccer, lacrosse, and other activities, the grass field was being used year-round by 10 teams, making maintenance difficult and leaving the natural surface little time to recover from wear and tear.

It also provides the teams there with the ability to be more effective in practice.

From a football perspective, we can practice every day on the field where we will play our games, which is different from a practice field, said Jordan. It gives us an advantage because the landmarks (yard lines, hash marks) are consistent and it helps our receivers, secondary, and linebackers improve their performance. It also means when we are in the goal line or red zone periods during practice, the field is properly marked and gives us the feel of being in a real game situation.

Jordan also believes the field offers other advantages for the school.

The Shaw Sports Turf field provides a new standard for athletics at MPCS, said Jordan. The product is the most technologically advanced and exceeds whats out there and it shows our commitment to athletics. I believe this will have a big impact on our school, both on, and off, the field.

Jordan cited several reasons for choosing the Shaw Sports Turf product.

We looked at every company out there, said Jordan. We believe Shaw Sports Turf offers a superior product, it is a local company, and they differentiated themselves with their technology and responsiveness to our needs.

The technology behind the new field is the new PowerBlade Bolt system, making MPCS the first installation of its kind.

Bolt is a stronger, more resilient monofilament fiber, featuring a lightning bolt shape which creates a stronger vertical axis that causes fibers to stand upright for less breakdown and increased durability. Bolt is specifically built for performance and to reflect light for a lower luster and more natural looking field.

Approximately 71% of Mount Paran students participate in athletics and they consistently show their commitment to their athletic programs, said Jim Watts, Territory Manager with Shaw Sports Turf. As a result, its no surprise that they selected PowerBlade Bolt, the most advanced engineered turf system in the market. We are looking forward to watching the Eagles success on this field for years to come.

Shaw Sports Turf has installed practice and stadium fields on more than 1,000 playing surfaces for all different types of sports and recreational activities, including many major collegiate programs such as Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, LSU and the University of Arkansas.

Additionally, Shaw Sports Turf installed the practice and game fields for the world champion Baltimore Ravens. Torrey Smith, a wide receiver for the Ravens, is a spokesman for Shaw Sports Turf.

The project at Mount Paran was completed in late March and is already being used by several of the schools sports teams.

About Shaw Sports Turf

A wholly-owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., Shaw Industries is a full flooring provider to the residential and commercial markets. Shaw supplies carpet, rugs, hardwood, laminate, resilient, and tile/ stone flooring products, as well as synthetic turf. Shaw Sports Turf is one of the leading synthetic turf companies in North America and has represented quality and innovation for more than two decades with over 1,000 successful installations, including an impressive list of high-profile field installations. For more information please visit, call 866-703-4004 or find us on Facebook.

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Rated M by Mario Lopez, Mundo Unico, 2(x)ist, Andrew Christian and others Preview their Mens Swimwear and Underwear Collections at the South Beach Men’s Show

North Miami Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 11, 2012

The South Beach Mens Show will heat up the runway this year with new mens swimwear and underwear collections from Mario Lopez Rated M line, Colombian line Mundo Unico, Swedish line Frank Dandy, Brazilian line boyRio, Turkish line Doreanse, U.S. lines 2(x)ist and Andrew Christian as well as the Edmond Andre and Noirsoul Menswear collection from NBCs Fashion Star.

The SoBe Mens Show is scheduled for Friday, October 5 at the Historic Art Deco Welcome Center at 1001 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Complimentary cocktails and a reception sponsored by Mario Lopez' Rated M Collection will begin at 8pm for industry media, retailers and buyers. The show starts at 9:30 p.m. Media, retailers and buyers must register online at for complimentary access or to receive photos and video from the show. Consumer tickets are $ 30 and are available on the website.

About the Designers

Rated M by Mario Lopez

We're not heroes or visionaries. We're not here to change the world. We just want to make the best underwear and t-shirts ever seen in the history of mankind. Manful, masterful, magical and much more. RATED M, for manful men and their very special guests.

Mundo Unico

Mundo Unico is a top leading brand in mens underwear and has a varied selection of boxer briefs ranging from fun and exciting prints to elegant and subtle designs with exceptional fabrics and construction. The materials and fabrics along with the brands designs are as diverse as the underwear, including t-thong, Caribbean bikini, brief, urban boxer, short boxer, mid boxer, long boxer and others. All Mundo Unico underwear allow for free and easy movement during any type of activity: sports, leisure, work, casual, travel and business. All Mundo Unico products are dyed and hand-stitched in Medellin Colombia, using only the finest fabrics and supplies as well as the latest technology.

Frank Dandy

The year was 2003 and there was no alternative to men


New Texas Summer Camps by iD Tech Camps Held at Texas Christian University

Campbell, CA (PRWEB) May 24, 2012

iD Tech Camps, the leader in summer technology education, will host new Texas summer camps at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth this summer. The program for ages 7-17 joins another educational technology program, iD Gaming Academy, at the prestigious TCU campus.

The iD Tech Camps summer program for kids prepares students for future jobs by teaching the technology skills behind kids existing interests. If a student loves playing video games, they can learn how to design their own video games including RPG games, FPS games, arcade games, and platform games. If a student loves smartphones and apps, they can learn how to create iPhone


Film Actor, Christian Website Founder Featured on The 700 Club

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) March 12, 2012

Former Actor and CEO of the Christian tech startup, will be featured on Pat Robertson's "The 700 Club" on Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 and will be giving his testimony of faith. Chris Carberg was a "pessimistic agnostic" for much of his life, turning to prescription drugs for relief and then spiraling out of control to near death.

"I didn't want to admit it, but I was a drug addict. That's the fact," said Carberg. "Often when we're seeking some kind of love and stability, we turn everywhere but to a higher power, which I didn't even believe in."

The segment on The 700 Club also discusses bullying and how it affects a young man's search for stability and self-confidence. It was that insecurity that led Carberg to drug abuse. Carberg sought help in 2005 and in 2006 became a Christian, turning his life around and founding, a Christian resource website and FaithFlow, Christian faith life software.

In addition to the interview he gave to The 700 Club, Carberg has been open about his battle with drugs, as well as about his struggle with weight gain/loss. He recently launched a blog called WeightWar2, where he posts multiple times daily, describing the Christian battle against gluttony and addictive behavior.

The 700 Club airs on ABC Family at 10am/11pm/3am EST, as well as on TBN at 3 PM EST.

About The 700 Club

The 700 Club is a live television program that airs weekdays before a studio audience from The Christian Broadcasting Network's (CBN) broadcast facilities in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

About LLC was founded in 2008 in Central Florida, offering a Christian web-based educational community with quality biblical content, absolutely free. Holypop is also is in the process of developing mobile apps, paid web applications, and solutions for churches.


Ozaukee Christian School Students Take Field Trip to Learn About Latest Design Engineer Tools

Ozaukee Christian School Students Take Field Trip to Learn About Latest Design Engineer Tools

Menomonee Falls, WI (PRWEB) January 26, 2005

Seventh and eighth grade students from Mrs. Bethany Blechacz’s class at Ozaukee Christian School (OCS) took a field trip to Graphics Systems Corporation (GXSC) to learn about the latest technology used by design engineers on January 19, 2005. GXSC Applications Engineer and Wisconsin State Certified Teacher John Setzer guided the students through a design project using SolidWorks, a 3D solid modeling computer aided design software. Afterwards Wolfgang Hemschik demonstrated how the Dimension 3D printer creates prototypes, or physical models, from the computer designs. Pictures are online at

“This is a great opportunity for the students to see the tools employed to design many of the products they use today,” says David Kasinskas, President of Graphics Systems Corporation. “They are excited to try out the software themselves. This experience also makes them aware of, and hopefully creates an interest in, the engineering and design careers that are available.”

Last May Mrs. Judy Wenzler and her seventh and eighth grade classes from OCS left their traditional classroom and came to Graphics Systems Corporation for a similar field trip. Mrs. Blechacz was eager to bring students again this year given the success of last year’s field trip.

“The students were ecstatic to be there,” Mrs. Blechacz says. “We wish we could have stayed longer to play around on the software. It was an invaluable ‘real world’ learning experience.”

Graphics Systems Corporation is dedicated to spreading the word about SolidWorks to educators. They already provide many educational institutions—from primary to secondary schools—with training and support for the SolidWorks education version software. GXSC is also offering SolidWorks Summer School, a CAD class for high school students, for the second summer in a row. Exposing students to SolidWorks early on gives them a competitive advantage when they search for jobs because SolidWorks is the leading 3D CAD software employed by thousands of companies to help them with their product development.

For more information, contact Michelle Hansen at 1-800-454-CADD, ext. 117 or on the web at You can also see Graphics Systems at the Wisconsin Technology Education Association "Innovation to Application" Conference in Wisconsin Dells March 3, 2005.

About Graphics Systems Corporation

Graphics Systems is the Midwest’s leading provider of CAD/CAM/CAE/PDM solutions for business and industry with over 14 years in business, and over 125 years of combined engineering experience. Major product offerings through Graphics Systems include SolidWorks, Cosmos FEA, PDMWorks, DBWorks, MoldWorks, Teksoft CAM, Dimension 3D printers and more. Graphics Systems has offices in Menomonee Falls, Madison, and Green Bay, WI in addition to Oakbrook Terrace, IL. For more information on Graphics Systems Corporation, please contact Michelle Hansen at 800-454-CADD ext. 117 or visit

About Ozaukee Christian School

Ozaukee Christian School is a non-denominational school serving students in grades K - 8. OCS was established in 1990 by a group of parents who were committed to a Christ-centered education for their children. The Bible is the foundation for their philosophies of discipline and teaching methods, as well as their business policies. The school is located in Saukville, WI. For more information on Ozaukee Christian School, please call 262-284-6980 or visit


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Two Freelance Graphic Artists Design New Logos for ACFW’s Annual Awards to Recognize Great Christian Fiction

Two Freelance Graphic Artists Design New Logos for ACFW's Annual Awards to Recognize Great Christian Fiction

Author Janette Oke and Long-Time Bethany House Editor Carol Johnson at the 2010 ACFW Awards

Terre Haute, IN (PRWEB) September 25, 2010

On September 19th, ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) held its 9th annual Christian fiction awards ceremony in Indianapolis, Indiana. Two new logos were created for the two major award categories presented at the ceremony by: Suzanne Wesley of Suzanne Wesley – Freelance Writing & Design, and Dineen Miller of Designer Girl Graphics. Both women are freelance graphic artists who are additionally members of ACFW and write Christian fiction.

“Knowing that our design efforts were going to be a part of recognizing some of the best writing in Christian fiction for years to come was humbling. Through ACFW, and this project, I have met some of the most welcoming, and amazingly talented people,” said freelancer Suzanne Wesley.

Freelance graphic artist, Dineen Miller has been assisting the ACFW with their graphical needs for the last several years. Dineen had already been approached with the logo design project when Suzanne sent her an introductory message. Suzanne had spotted Dineen’s bio on the group’s web site and noticed their shared interest in graphic design. “We seemed to bond instantly over shared design and freelance-related experiences. Several e-mails later, when Dineen expressed interest in working together on a really big logo project for ACFW I was excited to be a part of what the group was doing,” said Suzanne.

“I love serving ACFW and its members, and working with Suzanne was definitely a highlight to this particular project. I’m looking forward to further serving this growing writing community in 2011. Working as a team on future projects to bring awareness to the publishing industry that ACFW is a vibrant group full of so many talented writers and authors is a goal Suzanne and I share,” said Dineen.

The chosen logos, designed by Dineen and Suzanne, were engraved on metal pins that were given away at the awards ceremony - which is traditionally held at the end of ACFW’s three-day annual writing conference. This ceremony features two main awards; the Genesis Award, which goes to an as yet unpublished author who submits the top entry into the annual Genesis contest, and the Book of the Year Award, which is a writing competition reserved for books that are already published. In 2010, the Book of the Year Award was renamed ‘The Carol Award’ in recognition of the efforts of long-time Bethany House Editor Carol Johnson, who in 1979 took a leap of faith and published an unsolicited manuscript entitled Love Comes Softly, by author Janette Oke, during a time when Christian fiction was an unknown entity. This year, Janette Oke gracefully presented Carol Johnson with ACFW’s first ever Lifetime Achievement award at the ACFW ceremony.

The ACFW Genesis contest, held each Spring, features a multitude of categories/genres to enter, the opportunity for unbiased feedback on writers' work by published authors and experienced judges, and the chance for the Category Finalists to have their work read by Christian publishing house editors and literary agents. Writers must become ACFW members to enter, and publication is not guaranteed to the winners, but many Genesis finalists have gone on to further writing success.

The newly named ‘Carol Award’ competition is also held each Spring, and is open to the submission of any piece of Christian fiction submitted by an ACFW author(s) that was published by an ACFW recognized publisher during the previous calendar year. This contest also features multiple categories and genres for entry.

Suzanne Wesley is a commercial writer and graphic artist from Indiana who specializes in assisting businesses or individuals with creating marketing materials that make an impact from her home office. She is primarily a print designer, with over 14 years in graphics, writing and marketing related experience. She is also an unpublished author polishing drafts of her first Christian fiction manuscripts. Suzanne joined the ACFW in 2009 to improve her overall writing, and learn further about the Christian fiction industry. She also completed a two-year Christian Writer’s Guild Apprenticeship in 2009.

Dineen A. Miller writes fiction and nonfiction and is the owner of Designer Girl Graphics, which specializes in the design needs of the publishing industry. She joined American Christian Fiction Writers in 2004 and has been an active participant since, happily sharing her 23 years in the graphic and design industry as well as pursuing publication. Her first book, Winning Him Without Words: 10 Keys to Thriving in your Spiritually Mismatched Marriage, releases in February 2011 from Regal Books.



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9Apr/110 adds a Christian artist social network to its Christian graphic and photo sharing website. adds a Christian artist social network to its Christian graphic and photo sharing website.

Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) March 28, 2008 is a resource for free, quality Christian photos and graphics on the web. The site has now added a social network for Christian Artists to display their talent, have discussions and critique each other's work. Christian Photographers and Church Graphic Designers have contributed to the free gallery on the site where visitors can submit and download art.

The artists' profiles on the site are called "Creative Spaces" and include a personal URL so artists can use the site as an online portfolio. Artists are encouraged to display their work, customize their creative spaces, and rate each other's creativity on a scale from 1 to 10.

Each Creative Space will also display the user's shared submissions in the free gallery. This makes it easy for visitors to learn more about the artists who share their work. There is also a "Hire" feature, so if a visitor wants to hire an artist they can fill out a built-in work request order right from the artist's Creative Space.

Images uploaded to the profile pages are not shared or available for download on the site, but are there to display each artist's talent. Images in the profile pages can also be submitted to the Critique board for feedback. Users can post comments on each other's profiles and images, contact each other throughout the site, and save their favorite discussions.

The site has also added several other new features that users will enjoy. An expanded search and sorting capability has been added to the site to make it easier to find what you are looking for. There is now a multiple graphics submit page that allows submitters to select and upload multiple files to the free gallery at the same time.


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