American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. National Council of Churches
“What is the difference then wif a typical ncc sgt tekan a secondary school NCC section (at least from my time as an NCC in sec schoool)?”
“Religious documentaries and specials air on the three major TV networks under an arrangement with the Interfaith Broadcasting Commission (IBC) of which the NCC is a founding member.”
“Unlike IRD, the NCC is not beholden to partisan political interests.”
“In addition, NCC is particularly concerned that the Cuban Council of Churches has been singled out, which could set a dangerous precedent internationally.”
“NCC is urging its member denominations, state councils of churches and others to send an urgent message to President Bush with copies to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez urging them not to ban aid through the Cuban Council of Churches, an organization that they have partnered with for decades.”
“NCC is made up of "Protestant, Anglican, Orthodox, Evangelical, historic African American and Living Peace churches — include 45 million persons in more than 100,000 local congregations in communities across the nation.”
“The NCC is also tied into all the cameras on the network so you can wave at people sat in a nice warm office 120 miles away whilst you are in the rain looking at the car/shed combo the drunk (alleged) has created.”
“And remember that the NCC is only the most basic element of the neocortex.”
“The NCC is working closely with Church World Service, its sister humanitarian and relief agency, to rush food, blankets and other supplies to New Orleans and to areas where hurricane victims are being sheltered.”
“Dr. Edgar took time this week to answer some of my questions about the mission of NCC, what it has been doing to promote peace in Iraq, and how NCC is launching a new nation-wide voter registration program.”
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