Psalm 95 / National Christian Choir

directed by Kathy Bowman

Sunday at 2:00 pm

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Founded by Dr. C. Harry Causey and located in Washington, DC, the National Christian Choir ministers through concerts, recordings, tours, and radio. We present 10-12 concerts each year throughout the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. We tour within America once each year and internationally once every five years. We have a rich library of recordings, all available at this site, with new recordings added annually.   Our radio program, “Psalm 95”, is a weekly hour of inspiration featuring the music of The Choir and commentary by Kathy Bowman.  It’s heard throughout North America and internationally. The Christian Research Institute exists to provide Christians worldwide with carefully researched information and well-reasoned answers that encourage them in their faith and equip them to intelligently represent it to people influenced by ideas and teachings that assault or undermine orthodox, biblical Christianity. In carrying out this mission, CRI's strategy is expressed by the acronym E-Q-U-I-P:

The "E" in EQUIP represents the word essentials. CRI is committed to the maxim: "In essentials unity, in nonessentials liberty, and in all things charity."

The "Q" in the acronym EQUIP represents the word questions. In addition to focusing on essentials, CRI answers people's questions regarding cults, culture, and Christianity.

The "U" in the word EQUIP represents the word user-friendly. As much as possible, CRI is committed to taking complex issues and making them understandable and accessible to the lay Christian.

This brings us to the "I" in EQUIP, which stands for integrity. Recall Paul's admonition: "Watch your life and doctrine closely. Persevere in them, because if you do, you will save both yourself and your hearers."

Finally, the "P" in the acronym EQUIP represents the word para-church. CRI is deeply committed to the local church as the God-ordained vehicle for equipping, evangelism, and education.

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