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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Tribe of Ndaku (elected )

Founder: The Democratic Commonwealth of Ecclestia

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Union of Christian Nations contains 73 nations, the 245th most in the world.

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A measure of the general physical health of citizens in each nation.

As a region, Union of Christian Nations is ranked 1,679th in the world for Healthiest Citizens.

1.The Tribe of NdakuLiberal Democratic Socialists“It Takes a Village to Raise a Child”
2.The Kehala of Nazarene IsraelAuthoritarian Democracy“ܡܪܢ ܐܬܐ”
3.The Democratic Commonwealth of EcclestiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Love the Lord your God & your neighbour as yourself”
4.The Christian Commonwealth of AmericolumbiaAuthoritarian Democracy“He Who Does Not Work, Neither Shall He Eat.”
5.The Republic of ConcordareMoralistic Democracy“pro bono publico”
6.The Holy Empire of TheocaIron Fist Consumerists“Strong as the Lion, with the compassion of the lamb”
7.The Commonwealth of MendeviaLiberal Democratic Socialists“Dum spiro spero”
8.The Community of ChristadelphiansDemocratic Socialists“Let us Shine as Lights, Let us Shine as Christ”
9.The Holy State of Gospel PowerPsychotic Dictatorship“Men despise religion. They are afraid it may be true”
10.The Grand Duchy of Raso-MaratPsychotic Dictatorship“Justice, Piety, Loyalty”
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The Democratic Commonwealth of Ecclestia

The New Ruski Empire wrote:Ecclestia if he is elder, he canít be chaplain at the same time, can he?

Deacons Act 2018:
3.4 Notwithstanding any other provision in this act, an Elder may be appointed to serve as a Chaplain on the Chaplain's Council and fully exercise the responsibilities inherent to a Chaplain.

Unless thereís another legal obstacle youíre aware of, please let me know!!

The Unified Catholic Republic of Civitas Asiae et Pacificarum

Ecclestia wrote:Welcome back!!!

Thank you very much! I wish to express my sincerest gratitude on behalf of my colleagues. Sending you a personal telegram in a bit.

The Kingdom of The New Ruski Empire

Ecclestia wrote:Deacons Act 2018:
3.4 Notwithstanding any other provision in this act, an Elder may be appointed to serve as a Chaplain on the Chaplain's Council and fully exercise the responsibilities inherent to a Chaplain.

Unless thereís another legal obstacle youíre aware of, please let me know!!

Oh ok

The Holy Empire of Lutheran Europe

Let me tell you a parable of sorts God has put into my life.

Yesterday, my ear was itching bad, and I rubbed it, and afterwards, (I know it's gross) my ear felt clogged. I knew it was earwax, but it wasn't that bad at the time. So I tried to clean it with a q tip but I ended up pushing it further down, and it just made it worse, and now my hearing was completely muffled in my right ear. I had bought some drops to weaken the ear wax, in the hopes I could get my hearing back. I did it a few times, but nothing happened, it didn't go away. So I went to the doctors and they put their own drops in my ear, and irrigated it, and I could hear again. I could still hear some water in my ear until about the time I left the building. Now, I will interpret this experience.

The "itching ear" is my need for satisfaction. I try to attain satisfaction by taking matters into my own hands, but I end up taking myself captive with sin. I try and I try to clean myself up- to get rid of my sin, but I only make it worse. My sin has made me deaf to the Word of God, and recognizing this, I try to "clean" the sin out of myself, to my own demise. My works avail nothing and my sin continues to keep my deaf, making the Word of God "muffled" to me.
However, what I need to do is check in with the Great Physician, who will give me His Works to pierce through my sin, and cleanse me through the waters of Baptism. The promises of Baptism will remain with me until I leave this life and go home to be with God.

It's strange how I somehow interpreted a minor inconvenience into something so deep in spiritual... But it makes sense.

The Commonwealth of Mendevia

Lutheran Europe wrote:Let me tell you a parable of sorts God has put into my life.

Yesterday, my ear was itching bad, and I rubbed it, and afterwards, (I know it's gross) my ear felt clogged. I knew it was earwax, but it wasn't that bad at the time. So I tried to clean it with a q tip but I ended up pushing it further down, and it just made it worse, and now my hearing was completely muffled in my right ear. I had bought some drops to weaken the ear wax, in the hopes I could get my hearing back. I did it a few times, but nothing happened, it didn't go away. So I went to the doctors and they put their own drops in my ear, and irrigated it, and I could hear again. I could still hear some water in my ear until about the time I left the building. Now, I will interpret this experience.

The "itching ear" is my need for satisfaction. I try to attain satisfaction by taking matters into my own hands, but I end up taking myself captive with sin. I try and I try to clean myself up- to get rid of my sin, but I only make it worse. My sin has made me deaf to the Word of God, and recognizing this, I try to "clean" the sin out of myself, to my own demise. My works avail nothing and my sin continues to keep my deaf, making the Word of God "muffled" to me.
However, what I need to do is check in with the Great Physician, who will give me His Works to pierce through my sin, and cleanse me through the waters of Baptism. The promises of Baptism will remain with me until I leave this life and go home to be with God.

It's strange how I somehow interpreted a minor inconvenience into something so deep in spiritual... But it makes sense.

I love this story because my ear has been having the same issue the past few days. I've been trying to clean it out myself, but I might have to go to the doctor because it doesn't seem to be improving.

The Commonwealth of Sherlock Holmes federation

Hello Ecclestia Iím the puppet of The New Ruski Empire who will soon be leaving this region. He asks me to become elder instead of him(on the elections)

The Commonwealth of Mendevia

How does everyone view the current World Assembly proposal? page=ga I initially voted for it because it seems like it's coming from a good basis and I like the intentions behind it. But after thinking about it some more this just seems to be too heavy handed and I think there are probably better ways of helping parents with newborns.

The Joyous Land of Geneviev

Mendevia wrote:How does everyone view the current World Assembly proposal? page=ga I initially voted for it because it seems like it's coming from a good basis and I like the intentions behind it. But after thinking about it some more this just seems to be too heavy handed and I think there are probably better ways of helping parents with newborns.

I'm not in the WA, but I think the proposal is okay. It's a start to real labor rights, which the actual world hasn't figured out yet.

The Tsardom of Russian National Union

The New Ruski Empire the flag youíre using isnít copyright free (joking, of course, but Iíd first ask before using a flag created by someone in the same region)

The Republic of Zers archipelago

You'll never guess who I am a puppet of! (Northern Zersland)

Also just as a weird discussion, if in certain regions lampreys are an invasive species, why not just eat them? The French eat lamprey and it's a delicacy there.

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