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09/25/20

Fact of the month!

Jesus Christ of Nazareth, was crucified in the year 46 C.E.

This is now 2020 A.D. What is the difference between A.D and C.E. ?  

C.E. means the Common Era, and A.D. means Anno Domini, or the year of Our Lord/The Lord (referring to the birth year of Jesus Christ). A.D. is how we speak about calendar time; or calendar years, at this time in history, and C.E. is more of how people of Jesus's day; spoke of time. Also, don't forget the term B.C.
B.C. means Before Christ, or before Jesus was born.

Final Note: How did I, The Good Reverend Joi Karla Hubert, make the determination of when Jesus was crucified, the answer is simple; I used a method of research that I created and developed, called RCR. Read, Comprehend, and Retain, or The Hubert RCR method. Research tells us that The apostle Paul went to Corinth, Greece in 51 C.E.  

This trip, which Paul took; which lead to the writing of the Biblical Book of Corinthians 1 and 2, took place approximately 6 years after the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. See, information is easy to come by; when using the Hubert RCR method.

Praise The Lord.
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Reverend Joi Karla HubertA Special Thanks To The Osborn Community Garden Staff    

Thanks, to all those who work on our community garden, you are greatly appreciated. 

The Shoes Saves Foundation Management and Staff                           ************************************************************

Acknowledgments and Special Thanks


Monthly Success Story
A special note of congratulations goes out to Brandon Honey. Brandon came to The Shoes Saves Foundation recently looking for assistance in rebuilding his own resume and job search assistance. We at The Shoes Saves Foundation worked with Brandon Honey and rebuilt his resume, and also found eight jobs in his field of profession. We are happy to report; Brandon has had one interview thus far, and is expecting an offer letter in the next few days. The Shoes Saves Foundation is rejoicing with Brandon, yet another deserving Shoes Saves Foundation Client.

Reverend Joi K. Hubert ~ Shoes Saves Foundation 
                            Founder & Executive Officer 


























*The Shoes Saves Foundation is Proudly Listed with The Michigan Chapter of The Better Business Bureau*













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Above to the left: Reverend Joi Karla Hubert's daughter TT, when she was a baby.