He continued: "Whether on a simple chain or pinned to a lapel, the cross identifies us as disciples of Christ and we should wear it with pride" (LifeSiteNews, 12 April 2012).
What does DOC stand for?
DOC stands for Disciples of Christ
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- Digital Output Channel
- Dimensions of Culture
- Ding'Opel Club (French car club)
- Direct Operating Cost
- Director of Catering
- Director of Communications
- Director of Operational Capability (UK)
- Director On Call
- Directorate Of Contracting
- Disaster Operations Center (American Red Cross)
- Discipline Operations Center
- Disk on Chip
- Dissolved Organic Carbon
- Distributed Object Computing
- Distributed Operational Control
- Distribution Operation Center
- Disturbo Ossessivo Compulsivo (Italian: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
- Division of Community Corrections (various locations)
- Division of Organic Chemistry (American Chemical Society)
Samples in periodicals archive:
23, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Lexington Theological Seminary alumnae Jill Cameron Michel and Fay Barnes Blevins graduated 12 years apart and pastor separate Disciples of Christ churches in Joplin, Missouri, but in a moment, their lives and ministries intertwined as an entire community found itself in crisis.
One of the prominent feasts in Christianity, Pentecost commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the disciples of Christ after the Resurrection.
By Austin Bramwell, November 18, 2008 On November 18, 1978, 908 members of Peoples Temple, a Disciples of Christ congregation founded by Jim Jones, drank poisoned fruit drink and died.
LeBron McBride, PhD (Hayworth Pastoral Press, 2005, 103pp) McBride, a senior minister at a Disciples of Christ church and a professor with an occupational background in marriage and family therapy, offers this book to anyone whose disillusionment with a church institution has led to, or is leading to, a crisis of faith and spirituality.
One urgent aspect of the new Center's work must be to recall Christians to their historic role as committed disciples of Christ and advocates for the Great Commission.
In his apostolic letter inaugurating the eucharistic year, John Paul was even more pointed: "We mustn't deceive ourselves; it's from our reciprocal love and, in particular, from the concern we have for those in need that we will be recognized as true disciples of Christ.
Vern Rossman graduated from Yale Divinity School in 1951, became ordained as a Disciples of Christ minister, later left that church to join the Society of Friends (Quakers), and is today a Humanist.