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Solomon’s Wish

“Solomon’s wish was a responsible wish because he recognized that he had an obligation to God and an obligation to people,”  says Bishop Charles E. Blake in his latest sermon Solomon’s Wish.

Just for you, we have created a ten minute snippet of Bishop Charles E. Blake’s sermon. We trust that the Spirit of the Lord will speak to you!

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How to be a Person After God’s Own Heart

When we are diligently seeking God, we open ourselves up to His blessings and his favor. In this sermon, Bishop Charles E. Blake gives us the example of Saul, a person who never changed even though there were elements of evil in his character that he was aware of. Bishop Blake tells us that when we change our attitudes and depart from the things that separate us from God, we can change our destiny and fully receive His blessings. We must strive to be more like God and truly become a person after God’s own heart; those that do are prosperous and, as Bishop Blake says, get moved to the front of the line.

We all have times where being a person after God’s own heart is difficult. What are some things you try to remember in those times? Share with us below!

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How To Be Happy-Bishop Charles E. Blake

Bishop Blake explains the steps to happiness in Christ. Download the full sermon for just $1.99, and find out How To Be Happy

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Spirit Led Father


A thief doesn’t mind stealing, but doesn’t want anyone stealing from him. A murderer doesn’t mind killing, wants mercy from a judge. In this sermon, “Spirit Led Father,” learn how Bishop Charles E. Blake teaches “There is a need for an upward climb morally for our entire world and our entire society.”

Here is a snippet of a sermon that will teach you how to unlock the treasures of living a harmonies life through the grace and love of God! Download coming shortly.

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God Knows Where You Are

God is omnipresent and free from the laws and limitations of space and boundaries. He exists everywhere between space and time…this means that God has perfect knowledge of who we are.  Be blessed by the sermonic ministry of Dr. Judith McAllister followed by dynamic message from Bishop Norman Harper of Kelly Lake COGIC. Learn how God truly Knows Where You Are by downloading the sermon today!

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How To Be A Person After God’s Own Heart

When we are diligently seeking God, we open ourselves up to His blessings and his favor. In this sermon, Bishop Charles E. Blake gives us the example of Saul, a person who never changed even though there were elements of evil in his character that he was aware of. Bishop Blake tells us that when we change our attitudes and depart from the things that separate us from God, we can change our destiny and fully receive His blessings. We must strive to be more like God and truly become a person after God’s own heart; those that do are prosperous and, as Bishop Blake says, get moved to the front of the line.

We all have times where being a person after God’s own heart is difficult. What are some things you try to remember in those times? Share with us below!

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CSU Summer Algebra Institute

We invite students to enroll in the Summer Algebra Institute. Classes will be July 9th-16th August Monday-Thursday. 9AM-12:15pm. We invite students to participate in the program and experience the following:

  • Build skills and confidence in algebraic thinking and number reasoning.
  • Discover the importance of mathematics and the connection to career choices.
  • Learn games, use math manipulative, computers and calculators to solve problems.
  • Develop a positive attitude for mathematics.


All learners will:

  • Use variables and inequalities
  • Analyze real world data using histograms
  • Simplify an expression using order of operations
  • Find the absolute value of a number
  • Add, subtract, multiply and divide integers
  • Solve problems involving negative numbers
  • Write variable expressions
  • Apply variable expression in problem solving
Click here for the 2012 Summer Registration Package

For details call (323) 733-8300 Ext. 2628. $150 for registration. Reserve your spot for only $50 today.

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The Same God

When facing difficulties in your life, ask yourself this question: Is there anything too hard for God?

In the sermon, “The Same God,” Bishop Blake reminds us that the same God that raised Jesus from the dead is the same God that will pull us out of our hard places. The ultimate miracle of God was raising Jesus from the dead, which is the most final conclusion to life. This teaches us that finality lies within the palms of our Lord. This is the place where we must place our burdens and rest in the knowledge that our God is the same yesterday, today and forevermore.

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Vision

“Where there is no vision, the people perish…” Proverbs 29:18 In the sermon, “Vision,” Bishop Blake challenges us to find a vision for every aspect of our lives. Envisioning ourselves living a Godly life, places our dreams in direct alignment with the word of God. In this world full of pain and heartache, people need hope. Visions provide hope to a dying world. When we link that vision to the power of the Holy Ghost, He breathes the breath of life and prosperity into every aspect of our dreams, coercing our hearts and souls to dream on. With God, nothing is impossible. Continue dreaming and watch the hand of God move in your life.

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You Can Make it

In “You can make it,” Bishop Blake reminds us that there is a point in our temporary suffering. How we handle trials will determine, “whether we are tolerating life or actually enjoying it.” If we stay steadfast and focus on who God is, we will not and cannot crumble under life’s pressures. Our trials are a way for God to show us his power and allow us to know Him better. If we never needed a financial break through, then we would not know that God is a provider. If we never got sick, we would not know that God is a healer. Therefore, in all trials remember how God brought you out of the last situation.

God’s power is unparalleled and in all things you can make it!

I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. Philippians 4:13