Rev. Marie’s Portal
A web portal is a specially designed website that brings information from diverse sources together in a uniform way. Each information source gets its dedicated area on the page for displaying information (a portlet). The extent to which content is displayed in a “uniform way” may depend on the intended user and the intended purpose, as well as the diversity of the content. Very often design emphasis is on a certain “metaphor” for configuring and customizing the presentation of the content and the chosen implementation framework or code libraries.
Our portals are websites that provide a broad array of information services, online shopping, and links to forums.
A number of portals have come about which are specific to a particular domain, offering access to related companies and services; a prime example of this trend would be the growth in property portals that give access to services such as estate agents, removal firm, and solicitors that offer conveyancing. Along the same lines, industry-specific news and information portals have appeared, such as the clinical trials-specific portal.
One hallmark of enterprise portals is the de-centralized content contribution and content management, which keeps the information always updated. Another distinguishing characteristic is that they cater for customers, vendors and others beyond an organization’s boundaries. This contrasts with a corporate portal which is structured for roles within an organization.
We are a Not-For-Profit religious organization, all earning monies are to be use to pay our expenses and to be re-distributed toward our communities.
A nonprofit organization (NPO), also known as a non-business entity, not-for-profit organization, or nonprofit institution, is a legal entity organized and operated for a collective, public or social benefit, in contrast with an entity that operates as a business aiming to generate a profit for its owners. A nonprofit is subject to the non-distribution constraint: any revenues that exceed expenses must be committed to the organization’s purpose, not taken by private parties. A wide array of organizations are nonprofit, including most political organizations, schools, business associations, churches, social clubs, and consumer cooperatives. Nonprofit entities generally seek approval from governments to be tax-exempt, and some may also qualify to receive tax-deductible contributions, but an entity may incorporate as a nonprofit entity without securing tax-exempt status.
The key aspects of nonprofits are accountability, trustworthiness, honesty, and openness to every person who has invested time, money, and faith into the organization. Nonprofit organizations are accountable to the donors, founders, volunteers, program recipients, and the public community. For a nonprofit that seeks to finance its operations through donations, public confidence is a factor in the amount of money that a nonprofit organization is able to raise. The more nonprofits focus on their mission, the more public confidence they will have. This will result in more money for the organization. The activities a nonprofit is partaking in can help build the public’s confidence in nonprofits, as well as how ethical the standards and practices are.
Nonprofits are not driven by generating profit, but they must bring in enough income to pursue their social goals. Nonprofits are able to raise money in different ways. This includes income from donations from individual donors or foundations; sponsorship from corporations; government funding; programs, services or merchandise sales; and investments. Each NPO is unique in which source of income works best for them. With an increase in NPO’s within the last decade, organizations have adopted competitive advantages to create revenue for themselves to remain financially stable. Donations from private individuals or organizations can change each year and government grants have diminished. With changes in funding from year to year, many nonprofit organizations have been moving toward increasing the diversity of their funding sources. For example, many nonprofits that have relied on government grants have started fundraising efforts to appeal to individual donors.
Many NPOs often use the .org or .us (or the country code top-level domain of their respective country) or .edu top-level domain (TLD) when selecting a domain name to differentiate themselves from more commercial entities, which typically use the .com space.
In the traditional domain noted in RFC 1591, .org is for ‘organizations that didn’t fit anywhere else’ in the naming system, which implies that it is the proper category for non-commercial organizations if they are not governmental, educational, or one of the other types with a specific TLD. It is not designated specifically for charitable organizations or any specific organizational or tax-law status; however, it encompasses anything that is not classifiable as another category. Currently, no restrictions are enforced on registration of .com or .org, so one can find organizations of all sorts in either of these domains, as well as other top-level domains including newer, more specific ones which may apply to particular sorts of organization including .museum for museums and .coop for cooperatives. Organizations might also register by the appropriate country code top-level domain for their country. For us we have our main site under dot church (http://iaoc.church) and also .com, .org ((denotredame.org), .ca (thomasjudas.ca)
Source: Modified from original https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_portal / https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nonprofit_organization
RT. REV. MARIE ARNOLD
The portal is dedicated to Marie Arnold is a Baptist cleric, best known for his long ministry at Eric Michel Ministries International in Eastern Canada and for her work as founder of NHM&M and co-founder of the EMMI Interdenominational Assembly of Churches and Footsteps-of-Jesus Seminary and Bible Academy
- Appointed Bishop of EMMI on October 4, 2013
- Since 2017 she is the President of the House of Bishops.
The Fellowship, also known as The EMMI Chaplaincy and the Interdenominational Assembly of Churches, a Canadian based religious organization founded in 1978 by Eric Michel and registered in 2014 as a NFP. The stated purpose of IAoC for all Christians to provide a fellowship for decision makers to share in Bible studies, prayer meetings, worship of God, and to experience spiritual affirmation and support.
The Fellowship holds one regular public event each year call the Symposium in which include our General Assembly. The IAoC’s known participants include churches, para-churches, clergies and lay leaders from Africa, America and Asia. Marie Arnold is a key figure in the organization and she had a leadership role in the organization decision maker.
- The IAoC churches association is for all Christians from the left, middle and far right. Including:
Our main members Pentecostal and African United Methodist, Baptist, Unitarian and Independent Catholic
The Right Reverend Marie is the founder of the New Hope Ministry and Missions an Independent Baptist Ministry who merge in 2012 with Eric Michel Ministries International.
Spouse of the Archbishop Eric Michel, she study at Sedona Metaphysical University, graduated and ordained in 2010.
- Rt. Rev. Marie Yvonne Bishop and Chief Chaplain
- Co-Founder of the EMMI Chaplaincy Ministry,
- Founder of EMMI New Hope Ministry and Mission &
She’s Canadian, born in Canso, Nova Scotia on March 1st. 1940, a widow in first wedding of the late Charles Arnold and mother of 6 children and 16 grand children. She has been an ordained Metaphysical Minister, She is now a Baptist Minister, In the 1980’s she was a Sunday School Teacher and Sunday School Superintendent and also a member for many years of the Jeddore Women’s. Missionary Society. Most of her life was dedicated to the well being of others mainly in the field of counseling in her community which led to her decision to explore a course in counseling which she want to continue in her ministry adult and that has followed me into her decision to go into the ministry today.
Her interest are in Metaphysics, History, Spirituality, World Religion, Science, Human Development and Children and Adults In Crisis.
As A Pastor
She studies at the University of Metaphysics in Sedona, Arizona. Through correspondence she has a Bach degree as a Metaphysical Minister ,Counselor and Practitioner, She is qualified to perform a weddings, funerals, baptisms and baby naming.
Her religious background is Catholic and Baptist, she became a practicing Baptist after marrying into a Baptist family and followed that faith for many years until she began to question many things without getting any answers. she began her search for the truth and was directed to the University of Metaphysics where she discovered the answers to her questions. Now she has discovered the Unitarian and has been further enlightened into her quest for the truth.
Jeddore United Baptist Church
Sedona University of Metaphysics