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University President Tomás D. Morales Morales speaks at Immanuel Praise Fellowship

CSUSB president encourages early preparation for students in ‘Super Sunday’ message

Immanuel Praise Fellowship Hosts a Historical Night

Immanuel Praise Fellowship (IPF) will host a 2008 Presidential Election Night Party on Tuesday, November 4, 2008, starting at 6 pm, at 8351 Elm Avenue Suite 104 Rancho Cucamonga CA, 91730.

Pastors Kelvin and La Quetta Simmons and Immanuel Praise Fellowship are providing an opportunity for families in the Inland Empire to come together and mark the time in their personal history when the presidential results are broadcast.

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Thanksgiving Groceries Paid For With “Acts of Random Kindness”

Jazz singer Dwight Trible coming to Rancho Cucamonga

Jazz singer Dwight Trible will perform a benefit concert for the Lawson Bush IV Scholarship Program at 6 p.m. Friday at Immanuel Praise Fellowship in Rancho Cucamonga. Tickets are $25 and $50.

Rancho Cucamonga church to hold Alzheimers' awareness month prayer vigil Saturday

Immanuel Praise Fellowship will commemorate Alzheimers' Disease Awareness Month and National Caregiver Month with a prayer vigil for victims of the progressive disease and a community information session from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Saturday.

Immanuel Praise Fellowship to hold seminar on Alzheimer's

My father may not be able to say my name, but he can look me in my eyes and say, "thank you daughter." Alzheimer's is not a disease you can ignore," said the Rev. La Quetta Bush-Simmons with tears slowly drenching her face.

Area woman believes she can save the world one person at a time

Lawson Bush IV of Pomona, listening to his then 12-year-old child counsel a friend through a personal crisis, said: "Girl, you think you can save the world."

Co-pastors welcome members to inaugural worship services

Cherubic children, polite teens, middle-aged couples and senior citizens attending Immanuel Praise Fellowship's inaugural service were physical proof that family is the focus of this new church. 

Powerful, Praying Wives to hold conference at Riverside Convention Center

When Jenise Bush informally created a love circle of wives in 1998, she, LaTasha Cooper and Tuwesha Mitchell weren't getting together "to chitchat and gossip," Cooper said.

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