com for more information regarding women's programs of faith held nationwide or to participate as a speaker/servant in the upcoming Keepers of the Faith, Defenders of the Faith Awards Gala, March 2013, Beverly Hills, California.
What does KOTF stand for?
KOTF stands for Keepers of the Faith (Richmond, BC)
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- Knights of the Dinner Table (comic book)
- Keepers of the Environment (fictional group)
- Kingston on the Edge (art festival; Jamaica)
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- Keepers of the Frequency (band)
- King of the Fall
- King of the Forest
- Knight Of The Force (mod for the Star Wars Jedi Academy)
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- Keeper of the Grove (video game character)
- King of Tha Ghetto (Z-Ro album)
- Kingdom of the Giants (Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK)
- Keep on the Good Work
- King of the Hill (TV show)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Saturday Nights in Harrisburg - An evening of gospel music featuring Keepers of the Faith Quartet from Tacoma and Tim Walter from Harrisburg will be held at 7 p.
Outside of Tucson, Diaz's take on Christian symbolism has not always gone over well with more traditional keepers of the faith.
Byline: COLM KEYS THE keepers of the faith are maintaining a long tradition in the green shirt of Ireland - well they usually wear a black shirt these days but never mind
Black women were the keepers of the faith, she said.
black love, religion, old people who are keepers of the faith, and the sacrifices made by the women in a community.
As such, because of their attitudes, service and loyalty, the community and the unit accept them as the keepers of the faith.
The authors are seasoned journalists who interviewed broadly for the book, are sensitive to spiritual nuances usually lost on the secular media, and who artfully tell the stories of two of this century's most ardent keepers of the faith and sharers of the peace.