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This page on Google+ is made up of photos and links to articles in relation to those photos. Any reader can click on the active links in the posts to be redirected to the CAPC website.

The Instagram page of CAPC consists of posts related to pop culture that are also being talked about on the site. While it does not provide any links to the website in the individual posts, the Instagram posts encourage people to go to the Christ &…

This Facebook page consists of posts that are made up of a photo and the headline to an article that are linked to the website of CAPC. Click the article displayed in the post and you will be taken to the full article on the CAPC website.

The Twitter page of Christ & Pop Culture posts tweets that have links to longer articles that are located on the website. It is an easy way for someone to click the link and a tweet and navigate to the CAPC website.
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The Community of Hope AME Church’s Life Stream TV page offers live streaming of Sunday Church services and Wednesday Bible studies. Some videos are also available for “on demand” viewing.
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The Community of Hope (COH) AME Church’s YouTube account was started on June 2, 2008 and has 1,065 subscribers. This account is updated several times per month and contains videos of preaching and worship from the church’s weekly services, as…
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The Twitter page for The Community of Hope AME Church has 879 followers and sends out “tweets” several times per week, featuring highlights of the church’s weekly services, ministries, and events, as well as news from the AME Church nationwide.…
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The Community of Hope AME Church Facebook page has 7,041 “likes”, is updated several times each week, and contains photos, videos, and links to information about church services, events, and ministries, such as the COH “Voices of Hope” CD…
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“Community of Hope AME Church describes itself as follows: It was ‘conceived from the vision of Rev. Tony Lee and born by permission of the A.M.E. Church (2006). The name of the church reflects its soul. Community is that identifiable place…
Screen Shot 2016-02-19 at 1.18.26 PM.png is the Official site dedicated to Abilene Christian University Athletics. The website covers all aspects of ACU Wildcats athletic teams, from tickets, schedules, and team merchandise, to the “Hall of Fame” and “Fan Zone.” The…
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