Arvin Congregational Church

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Arvin Congregational Church
Arvin Congregational Church is listed in the Churches Congregational category in Arvin, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Arvin Congregational Church which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Arvin Congregational Church on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 81.

Contact information for Arvin Congregational Church is:
500 Campus Dr
Arvin, CA 93203
(661) 854-4473

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Arvin Congregational Church has an overall ZapScore of 81. This means that Arvin Congregational Church has a higher ZapScore than 81% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Arvin, California is 37 and in the Churches Congregational category is 46. Learn more about ZapScore.

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"As I follow the #MeToo campaign where women share their personal experiences from this harmful culture, I’m also seeing progressive men give expressions of solidarity and support. Some of these have been sincere and beautiful, and have more importantly included an acknowledgement that yes, they too have contributed to those hurts. But many of these expressions of support and solidarity are premature, in my view. You see, long before we become cheerleaders I think we need to spend some time acknowledging and accepting that, yes– it really is all men. It has been all of us who have created and sustained a culture that led to the #MeToo campaign, and it is all of us– not just those people who we think have a more egregious degree of guilt– who have something to say in the #ImSorry response."
Often when I’ve stumbled into a discussion about rape-culture, whether it be a general discussion or on a more specific sub-issue within that (including things such as: male entitlement, objectification of women, degrading of women, sexual harassment, general sexism, etc.), I’ve often caught myself…


"He was talking about my husband and his peers, some of whom are in S. Korea watching for rockets" -@cookingwithelsa bit.ly/2yQIB6D


Health care subsidies reduce insurance costs for nearly 6 mil lower-income people. Tell Congress to restore funding! bit.ly/2zJCM8z

Are you a parent? What's one thing you wish people understood about your journey in parenting?
After my son was born, I found myself in an unusual position: I was a person who loved working but spent most of their time childrearing.


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Is there anything more wasteful than coveting what you don't have…while what you do have lies unappreciated and under-developed?
I own a fairly modern MacBook Air PC, but I can hardly create a flyer, create a Power Point presentation, do a Podcast, or even execute a successful 'cut and paste' maneuver.


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"The United Church of Christ took out an advertisement in today's Cleveland Plain Dealer to criticize Cleveland State University's handling of an inflammatory anti-gay flier on campus. The flier urged students who are lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning to consider suicide and prominently featured false statistics about LGBTQ suicide rates."
The United Church of Christ took out a full-page advertisement in today's Cleveland Plain Dealer to criticize Cleveland State University's handling of an inflammatory anti-gay flier on campus.

What would happen if we were to become re-enchanted with the world that God has made? Rather than being habitually disenchanted with it and ourselves?
When I talk to people who are living in the dark, darkly, I often try to retrain their vision.