Principal of Armenian Evangelical Secondary School in Anjar: Rev. Raffi Messerlian
- Christian Social Network
Thursday, February 28, 2008
The Haigazian Herald - Students Magazine.
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Principal of Haigazian University: Rev. Dr. Paul Haidostian
Monday, February 25, 2008
Dear Chanitsagans and friends of Chanits,
You are most cordially invited to the annual Chanits luncheon, which is being held this year on Saturday, March 1, 2008, at the Hassesian Hall of the Nor Marash Church.
It is deemed that your presence is the one of the important aspects of this event. So, for the first time in the luncheon’s history, it is decided to have it on a Saturday night! Reserve your ticket from your church secretaries or from your varchoutyouns.
As we celebrate February as the Chanits month, let’s make it happen: let’s defeat the gloom of our Lebanese days and come together in big numbers to renew the hopes and trust that our churches have in us.
* The event is organized by Kordzatir Marmin of all the Chanits and Badaniats of Ashrafieh, Marash, Anjar, Emmanuel, Kaghak and Trad Social Center.
Special prices for chanitsagans!!!!!
The Kordzatir Committee members:
Rev. R. Missirlian (Chairman) from Anjar Church
Mr. G. Deyirmenjian (member) from Ashrafieh Church
Mr. A. Missirlian (member) from Marash Church
Mrs. A. Andonian (member) from Marash Church
Ms. H. Barsoumian (member) from Emmanuel Church
Ms. V. Balkjian (secretary) from Emmanuel Church
Mr. R. Chilingirian (treasurer) from Emmanuel Church
Sunday, February 24, 2008
Please pray for Mrs. Salpy Cholakian (residing in Greece), who is in a coma.
The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much. (James 5:16)
Friday, February 22, 2008
Type of services offered by the Association
Child Welfare Center / Primary Health Care Center / Community Development center / clinics and Small Assistance Service.
Our Vision is:
- To provide the complete well-being of the child
- To relieve those in distress and endeavor to their physical, moral, and social development within their families and their environment
- To follow up the child in the family, in the school, in the street, in his environment, and prepare him or her to meet the difficulties of time
Howard Karagheusian Commemorative Corporation is established in New York in 1921 as a Child welfare Foundation. It has served in Turkey, France and Greece before moving into the Middle East in 1943.
The Corporation established its Center in Lebanon as Howard Karagheusian Association for child welfare in 1946. It is recognized as a Primary Health Care Center by the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health under an official permit number 2899 dated on 26 November 1946. The Association currently has its Advisory Committee who supervises the good governance of the Association.
Services of the Association
The good health and the full growth of the child being the primary and greatest concern, the Association extended its services in many directions in order to follow up the child and to prepare him or her to meet the difficulties of life.
1. Mother and Child Department
- Pediatric Clinic: Consultation for TREATMENT
- Vaccination for PREVENTION:
- Milk Distribution Service for ASSISTANCE:
- Well Baby Service for EDUCATION:
- Obstetric and Gynecologic Services (OBS-GYN)
Frequent lectures and talks are organized by this department to encourage the tests and exams for early detection of breast cancer and regular follow up during pregnancies.
2. School Health Services
- Medical check up for all elementary classes:
- Ophthalmologic services for all students
- Dental care and tooth decay prevention programs
- Milk drinking in kindergartens and first elementary classes:
- Audiology services / Speech therapy sessions
Community development / community empowerment can be defined as a system of social interventions in which the worker by entering into people’s familial and social tries to relieve the various problems of the families.
- Family and Medical Assistance: Case work and group work
- Training of young mothers in Vocational skills:
- School Social services
- Social Re-integration and Empowerment of School drop outs
- Preventive work: in order to prevent school children from drop outs, a study room is created. The purpose of this study room is for tutorial sessions given to the students who need further help with their lessons and educate their mothers to follow up on the performance of their children. Currently 49 different children (age between 8 till 15 years old) benefit from this Center
- Girls at Risk Program: (Daily 8:00 am till 2:30 pm) the focus of this program is to gather teenage school drop out girls and teach them basic languages, computer skills, hygiene courses, baby care, nutrition, arts, home economics and cooking sessions….
- Evening Sessions for Working Teens (6:00 pm till 8:00 pm): The evening program runs three days per week for working teens (boys and girls). Language sessions, computer courses, preventive lectures and group works are given to the evening classes having a social worker as a supervisor.
Weekly Newsletter of the Armenian Evangelical Emmanuel Church.
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The website of the Armenian Evangelical Emmanuel Church in Aleppo, Syria. The pastor is Rev. Serop Megerditchian.
Thursday, February 21, 2008
We received this from Mr. Mihran Jizmejian...
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This is the Gospel according to Matthew in Armenian.
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Source: Bible Society, Lebanon
The ministry among the migrant workers in the Gulf is one of the main challenges for the Bible Society. The attached story illustrates why it is so.
* We received this news from Mr. Hrayr Jebejian, General Secretary- The Bible Society in the Gulf
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
Horizon for drug prevention and rehabilitation
Centre Arin 3rd floor, Bourj Hammoud
Tel. +961 1 242 434
Tuesday, February 19, 2008
* After the Church service, and almost every Sunday, many of the youth go out to have social time and coffee.
* In the picture we see some of the youth with the Chanitz Chairman, Mr. Serop Ohanian and their pastor, Rev. Hovannes Svadjian.
Went to a party Mom...
I went to a party, and remembered what you said.
You told me not to drink, Mom, so I had a sprite instead.
I felt proud of myself, the way you said I would,
that I didn't drink and drive, though some friends said I should.
I made a healthy choice, and your advice to me was right.
The party finally ended, and the kids drove out of sight.
I got into my car, Sure to get home in one piece.
I never knew what was coming, Mom, something I expected least.
Now I'm lying on the pavement, and I hear the policeman say,
the kid that caused this wreck was drunk, Mom, his voice seems far away.
My own blood's all around me, as I try hard not to cry.
I can hear the paramedic say, this girl is going to die.
I'm sure the guy had no idea, while he was flying high.
Because he chose to drink and drive, now I would have to die.
So why do people do it, Mom knowing that it ruins lives?
And now the pain is cutting me, like a hundred stabbing knives.
Tell sister not to be afraid, Mom Tell daddy to be brave.
And when I go to heaven, put "Mommy's Girl" on my grave.
Someone should have taught him, that it's wrong to drink and drive.
Maybe if his parents had, I'd still be alive.
My breath is getting shorter,
Mom I'm getting really scared these are my final moments, and I'm so unprepared.
I wish that you could hold me Mom, as I lie here and die.
I wish that I could say, "I love you, Mom!" So I love you and goodbye.
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Drivers)
Monday, February 18, 2008
The gift of Speaking in Tongues, in spite of being biblical, is still considered bizarre within the Armenian community and the Armenian Churches (Apostolic, Catholic and Evangelical).
There are different kinds of groups, churches, and house churches that meet together to have their worship gathering, where sometimes the worshipers speak in tongues.
We are aware of the differences of biblical interpretations. Our intention and aim is not the casting of blame on a particular group. We have friends and relations with different groups and people whom we cherish, in spite of the differences in opinion.
Also, click here: http://www.divshare.com/flash/audio?myId=2535858-ea9
*Note: The interview took place in the summer.
The only other Church in Lebanon that I found blogging is the All Saints' Church in Beirut. They also use the blogging system to keep their members updated about their events and keep them informed of those that took place.
Sunday, February 17, 2008
Saturday, February 16, 2008
Members: Ms. T. Sagherian (vocal), Mr. R. Parseghian (drums), Mr. Sh. Kilaghbian (guitar), Mr. J. Sagherian (bass guitar) and Mr. A. Karagoezian (saxophone).
Thursday, February 14, 2008
We received this picture from friends who participated in the workshop about drug addiction organized by the Lokh organization.
In the picture we see chanitz members, Mr. M. Ibitian and Mr. R. Chilingirian, during one of the dinners with fellow members from different Armenian schools, organizations and associations.
A Valentine may play a love song
for you, but God sings the sweetest
love song in the universe.
The Lord your God... will rejoice over you
with gladness, He will keep you quiet with
with love, He will rejoice over you with singing.
A Valentine may give you flowers,
But God sent you the most beautiful
rose of all, Jesus.
I am the rose of Sharon, and the lily
of the valleys.
Song of Solomon 2.1
A Valentine may take you out to dinner,
but God has invited you to the most
amazing feast ever given.
Blessed are those who are called to the
marriage supper of the Lamb!
A Valentine may bring you chocolate,
but God provides you with something
even sweeter, His Word.
How sweet are your words to my taste,
sweeter than honey to my mouth!
A Valentine may be far away,
but God is always with you.
I am with you always.
A Valentine may give you something,
but God has given you everything.
God gives us richly all thing to enjoy.
1 Timothy 6.17
A Valentine may love you for a lifetime,
but God loved you before you were borne
and will love you for all eternity!
Yes, I have loved you with an
everlasting love... with loving-kindness
I have drawn you.
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
Love was in God's eyes, when He looked upon you;
Love was in His voice, when He called you;
Love was in His hands, when He drew you;
Love was in His plans when He led you;
Love was in His heart when He made you His own.
-Roy Lessin, DaySpring Co-Founder
Our Interview with Mr. Simon Aynedjian, the editor of Gibrahayer e-newsletter, that serves around 30,000 email subscribers, is mentioned in the newsletter.
Friday, February 08, 2008
Finally! After 4 years of dedication, discipline and commitment, we’ve finally arrived. We’ve completed the Leadership Training called EQUIP.
Though the training comprised 15 members at first, only 8 of us got to see the graduation day in the end. Through our intense discussions, different perspectives, sharing from our life stories and experiences, and even arguing against some ideas written by the author, each one of us grew deeper in our faith and understanding of the meaning of leadership.
John Maxwell, the visionary of this magnificent program, saw the need to train leaders based on solid Biblical truth and conviction. He realized that there was great decline in the number of world leaders whose life philosophy was founded upon the principles of the Scriptures.
There were many topics and issues raised within the six books. Some of these topics were the following:
• How to lead different personalities
• How leaders should pray
• How to identify your spiritual gifts
• Leading in difficult times
• How to work in a group
This is the first class to graduate from the Armenian Evangelical Emmanuel Church, Amanos. Oh, wait! Shakeh just informed us that there’s a 7th book on its way.
I guess the saying is true after all: “Leaders will always stay students for life.”
Despite the fact that America is a big melting pot, the Armenians in America are trying their best to preserve their Armenian identity and language through special programs and classes for Armenian coversations.
This is just one example, which is organized by AGBU Central office in New York.
Warm greetings. As many of you know, the Bible Society has been partnering with Voice of Charity radio for the past two years to broadcast daily Bible readings and Bible stories. In that respect, the Bible Society has decided to support Voice of Charity radio by booking one evening of their musical عرس السما exclusively on February 28, 2008.
We are seeking to sell 800 tickets at the regular price (LBP 30,000 / LBP 20,000 / LBP 15,000 / LBP 10,000). By purchasing these tickets, you will be supporting both Voice of Charity and Bible Society equally. Tickets can be found in all our centers and with our staff and volunteers.
Please contact us so that we can send you the desired number of tickets.
Thank you for your support.
On January 20, 2008, the Rev. Dr. Vartkes Kassouni was honored by Morningside Presbyterian Church of Fullerton with a reception, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of his Ordination to the Christian Ministry. Around 200 people gathered for the occasion. Mr. John DeLoof was the Master of Ceremonies, and the presenter of a PowerPoint projection of the span of Rev. Kassouni’s life and ministry, covering all fifty years. Speakers on behalf of the Armenian community were Mr. Jack Loussararian, Executive Director of the Armenian Evangelical Social Service Center of Glendale, the Rev. Berdj Djambazian, Pastor of Holy Trinity Armenian Evangelical Church of Glendale, and Mr. Ronald Karabian, an Elder and community leader from the First Armenian Presbyterian Church of Fresno. The Rev. Dr. Steve Yamaguchi, Executive Presbyter of the Presbytery of Los Ranchos, spoke on behalf of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Others who shared their thoughts on the occasion were the Rev. Tom Cramer, Associate Pastor, Laguna Hills Presbyterian Church, Ms. Barbara Murphy, Associate Executive Presbyter, Los Ranchos Presbytery, Ms. Sara Caswell, and Mr. and Mrs. George Delanoy, on behalf of the host church. Presentations were also made by his daughter Linda Kassouni Walker, son Timothy Kassouni, and Mrs. Samira Kassouni, his wife, who has labored by his side in all these ministries for over twenty years.
The Rev. Kassouni was ordained on January 20, 1957, by the New York City Association of Congregational Churches in the Armenian Evangelical Church of New York City, which he served as his first parish in 1959. From there he went on to serve the First Armenian Presbyterian Church of Fresno in 1964, and the United Armenian Congregational Church of Los Angeles in 1977. In Fresno he rallied the congregation to go ahead with building plans for a new church complex, successfully building two of their three complexes while with them as pastor. During his years of ministry in these churches he helped bring the Eastern and Western branches of the Armenian Evangelical communities into one Union, along with their youth organizations. He also helped in the formation of Camp AREV and the Armenian Studies Program in Fuller Seminary, Pasadena.
While Moderator of the Union in the East, he helped raise funds for the purchase of a building in Toronto for the first Armenian Evangelical Church in Canada, and presided at the ordination of their pastor, the Rev. Dr. Solomon Nigosian. He was a key participant in the planning and successful opening of the Armenian Evangelical parochial school in America, the Charlotte and Elise Merdinian Armenian Evangelical School of Sherman Oaks, CA. His vision and efforts for a new church in Hollywood for the many new immigrants arriving from Armenia culminated in the formation of the Armenian Evangelical Church of Hollywood in 1982, with the Rev. Abraham Chaparian as pastor. In the early and formative years of the Armenian Assembly of America, Rev. Kassouni was a member of the Steering Committee which later evolved to be its Board of Directors. While in New York City, he served on the Board of Directors of the Armenian Missionary Association of America, of Paramus, N.J., and more recently he served on the Board of Trustees of Christian Aid Mission, centered in Charlottesville, VA.
(in the picture: Marie Chaparian, Jack & Arsha Loussararian, Phyllis and Sam Hamo, Louis Kurkjian at Morningside Presbyterian Church, January 20, 2008 for the celebration in honor of Rev. Vartkes Kassouni for his 50 years of ordained ministry.)
In 1983 Rev. Kassouni had a change in the direction of his ministry, moving on to pastor Presbyterian churches outside of the Armenian community. He served the Palmdale Presbyterian Church, Tustin Presbyterian Church, Christ Presbyterian Church, Huntington Beach, and then was called to the position of Associate Executive Presbyter, Los Ranchos Presbytery in Anaheim, with a constituency of 55 churches. In this capacity he helped organize four new churches including Laguna Niguel, Rancho Santa Margarita, Yorba Linda, and North Huntington Beach. He retired in 1996, but has continued to serve parishes ever since in the capacity of Interim Pastor. These have included First Presbyterian Church of Garden Grove, two years as Interim Executive Presbyter of San Fernando Presbytery, Geneva Presbyterian Church of Laguna Hills, Yorba Linda Presbyterian Church, and most recently, Morningside Presbyterian Church of Fullerton.
Attendees at this reception came from these many parishes and ministries, sharing their love, respect and expressions of congratulations. On this memorable occasion Rev. Kassouni was honored for fifty years of uninterrupted ministry, spanning both the East and West coasts among a score of churches, both Armenian and non-Armenian. His vision and passion is to continue serving where needed for as long as God gives him strength.
Kuwait, January 2008: The seminar “What the Bible says to the Minister” was recently held in Kuwait in line with the BSG Arabic Program. More than 100 clergy and lay church leaders from the different Arabic speaking congregations in Kuwait attended the seminar. It created an opportunity for the participants to experience the strong “footing” the Bible has in the life and ministry of the church leadership. In his introductory word, Father Yousef Fakhry of the Maronite Church in Kuwait highlighted the word “Minister” within the Biblical text and interpretation. Mr. Yousef Sabry, the Bible Society Arabic program coordinator, delivered two lectures: The understanding of Ministry from the Biblical perspective and The Life of the Minister.
Yousef defined the concepts of calling, purpose in mission, handling resources, the Great Commission, and the implication of the Message, including handling false teachings and interpretations. The seminar dealt with the relations and association of the Church leader to Christ, the Scripture and his/her prayer life.
Sylvia, who attended the seminar on behalf of the Armenian Orthodox church, said, “It was a very effective seminar. Its target was to equip the lay and clergy leadership to serve the church constituencies better. And I think it achieved these goals wonderfully”. Imad, a lay leader in the Catholic Church, said that the timing of the seminar was very good: “As church leadership, we were looking for and exploring new avenues in our ministries. The seminar helped us to be creative and look for new opportunities.”
Virginia, who was recently appointed on the leadership team of the Arabic Evangelical Church, found the seminar very effective: “I realized how important the role of the minister is in his/her church,” she said. Virginia thanked the Bible Society in the Gulf for conducting educational courses and training for enhancement of the church ministry.
We received this news from
Mr. Hrayr Jebejian,
General Secretary - The Bible Society in the Gulf
Thursday, February 07, 2008
We received this news from Rev. Datev Basmajian, that when we launched chanitz.com, our blog has been unblocked in Damascus.
We do not know whether this is also true in Aleppo and Kessab.
We would be glad to know whether chanitz.com is blocked in Aleppo and Kessab or not.
Wednesday, February 06, 2008
Tuesday, February 05, 2008
"Lebanese Armenians have served as a post-Genocide litmus test", an interview with Gibrahayer e-magazine Editor
Interview with Mr. Simon Aynejian
.Can you tell our readers when, how and why you started the Gibrahayer Magazine?
Gibrahayer e-magazine began its online publications in the autumn of 1999, when members of the Armenian community of Cyprus had initiated a campaign to assist in the construction of worn-torn villages in Artsakh. Our first "publication" was for a fund-raising campaign for the village of Titsmayri.
.How many readers does Gibrahayer Magazine have?
Next week's Gibrahayer's issue will go out to over 22,000 subscribers, representing a cross-section of diaspora communities as well as Armenia and Artsakh. Although Cyprus is a small community, we are strategically situated in a volatile region in the eastern Mediterranean, surrounded by areas of conflict as well as corresponding efforts for peace.
Our island that recently joined the European Union, is such a region, facing the military and political reality of a regional superpower - Turkey - and at the same time, experiencing and living the daily political conflict-solving efforts both at home and in the international political arena. These issues are also of interest to Armenians outside Cyprus and "dictate the need" to include "local" and regional news in our publications.
.Can you name the countries that subscribe to Gibrahayer magazine?
Our publication goes out to every single Armenian community globally without exception. As magazine recipients can subscribe to our e-magazine without our knowledge, and many of our subscribers forward our magazine to e-mail groups of their own, we really cannot know who else receives our publications, but judging from our correspondence, it has become evident that we also have a sizeable number of non-Armenians receiving our e-magazine such as Greeks, Turks, Americans, Russians, Lebanese, Cypriots (both Turkish and Greek). The magazine also goes out to all of the Greek Cypriot and Armenian press both in the Diaspora and in the homeland.
.Do you publish the magazine alone, or do you have a team?
The e-magazine began as a solo project but like all good things in life, it has evolved into a team effort.
One of the young members of our community - Sevag Devletian - formerly of Reuters Cyprus, has joined our team and is in charge of the News and Sports section.
Professor Hovhannes Pilikian (http://pilikian.blogspot.com) - an internationally acclaimed film producer, theater director, a classical music composer, a classical scholar and social scientist has a permanent column.
A team of twelve "Apostles" across the world provide articles, interviews and images to enhance the quality of our publication.
Our cartoonist Tatiana Ferahian from Limassol, has gained great popularity by her witty and bold approaches. An artist herself - who has represented Cyprus in the international cultural arena - Tatiana Ferahian has brought in a breath of fresh air, with her unique way of grasping the moment with her brush.
Technical support has been provided by Dr. Nazaret Armenagian from Limassol (www.hayem.org), who is also the programmer of the editor/mailer/dispatcher, on behalf of GAP Vassilopoulos E-Media Ltd. - www.gap-emedia.com
.How does the magazine cover its cost?
The magazine does not cover its costs. Far from that. It is permanently in the red. It occasionally receives contributions from enthusiastic subscribers which unfortunately take care of very little.
.You've been accused that you are affiliated with the ARF Dashnaktsoutiun and that the Magazine covers the ARF news more than the rest of the Armenian groups. What can you say about these accusations?
They probably are true. I believe that ARF Dashnaktsoutiun and its affiliate organisations are the strongest driving force behind our political, educational, cultural aspirations and if our e-magazine covers ARF news more than the rest, it is because the activities of Dashnak-affiliated organisations globally and no doubt locally are perhaps more in number, more substantial and also more versatile.
However, our e-magazine is not driven by WHO sends the news. It is driven by WHAT we consider news. We have been successful because we quickly and accurately deliver the news of the day to our subscribers, on the one hand covering issues that we consider newsworthy, and on the other, highlighting issues that we would like them to be important in the life of our readers.
Part of our success is that our publication is in English and is accessible to most readers across the world.
.We have noticed that through this e-magazine, you have assisted young athletes of Armenia...
We were able to put to good use the network of good people of this magazine who volunteered to assist a rising star, Zaruhi Haroutyunyan from Armenia, be that when she went to Bolis to win her first major back-to-back ITF tournaments, when she stayed in England to attend Alan Jone's Academy and later when more than 30,000 dollars was raised to enroll her in one of the most prestigious Tennis Academies in California at Weil.
Zaruhi Haroutyunyan climbed from 1,216 to top 100 in less than a year - defeating top ten players along the way - and at 17 she has received more than five full scholarships from top colleges in the U.S. to study, play college tennis and to continue her professional career.
I would like to thank former Melkoniantsis, Armine Sayan from Bolis and Asbed Pogharian from Los Angeles, as well as the Bedrossian brothers in London and LA, Dick and Haig, through whom we were able to launch a global campaign to raise money for Zaruhi. Special mention and thanks to the Los Angeles contributors.
.What would you like to say to the Armenian community in Lebanon?
Lebanese Armenians have served as a post-Genocide litmus test on the endurance of the Armenian diasporan spirit, during which our nation has re-tested its DNA in suffering, perseverance and recovery and has come out as champions.
.What future plans do you have for the magazine?
Parallel to the e-magazine, we are launching the Gibrahayer website at the end of 2007 and we plan to reach 30,000 subscribers by 2008.
Interview conducted by R. Chilingirian
Update (8 Feb.) - Besides the Gibrahayer e-magazine, it has launched it's website, Gibrahayer.com
Sunday, February 03, 2008
Has it ever snowed in Kchag? Does anyone remember if it has ever snowed there?
I hope I can get answers from our readers who have many sweet, great, awesome, adventurous, and amazing memories and experiences from Kchag.
Kchag, which has a special place in the hearts and minds of many of our readers, some of whom grew up there, and others came to know Christ there, and still others sacrificed their time and even their lives during their ministry, believing in what God has put in their hearts.
Well, the pictures speak for themselves :)
For more information about Kchag, go to: www.kchag.org/
* We received the pictures from Mr. Garbis Deyirmenjian.
Updated (5 February): We came to understand from Rev. Vicken Cholakian who serves in Greece, that it has snowed in Kchag before and that he had seen the picture somewhere.
We would be happy to get the picture, and place it near the ones above.
Internet blackouts are impacting large tracts of Asia, the Middle East and North Africa after four undersea cable connections were severed. Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Pakistan and India, are all experiencing severe problems.Many suspect that these outages may not be caused by an accident.
Saturday, February 02, 2008
On Sunday, 27 January, during the worship service, 8 committed young men and women received their certifications for completing the EQUIP Leadership training program that lasted for 4 continuous years. The sessions took place in the leadership and guidance of Ms. Sh. Geocherian.
After the church service, the graduates had the nice idea of surprising Shake with a bouquet...
The leaders who committed themselves to this program are:
Mrs. S. (Karagoezian) Basmajian, who was in Syria,
Mrs. J. (Kozman) Ohanian,
Mr. M. Ibitian,
Mr. R. Chilingirian,
Mr. M. Chilingirian,
Ms. M. Dervishian,
Ms. S. Chilingirian, from Marash Church,
Ms. S. Abrilian, from Marash Church
Friday, February 01, 2008
With the New Year, comes new achievements!
No more using and keeping in mind long words!
No more using http://emmanuel-chanitz.blogspot.com!
Welcome http://www.chanitz.com :)
I hope this is good news to you all too and that you are happy with us too!
Note: We are really sorry for all those who tried to access the blog, but couldn't on Friday, Feb. 1