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Corey Thornton @ Gulf Beaches Elementary to share his knowledge with our kids about bullying.

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Corey Thornton Anti-Bully School Tour

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Corey Thornton "Presents" School Swag!

Corey Thornton say’s you can have [SWAG] and still Stay-N-School. I bring [SWAG] to many schools by encouraging students not only just to stay in school but finish also… In today’s society you must put education first. Many companies will not hire unless you have a high school diploma or college degree. So Stay-N-School and God bless…

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Corey Thornton Supports Beyond Scared Straight!

A&E’s ground-breaking series ”Beyond Scared Straight,” following derailed, defiant and disrespectful teens as they enter immersive jail programs aimed at deterring them from a life of crime. Beyond Scared Straight” is inspired by ”Scared Straight!,” the Academy Award® and multiple Emmy®-winning documentary film by Arnold Shapiro.

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The series follows at-risk teens who have been in trouble for everything from fighting, theft, and drugs to promiscuity, gambling and gang-relations. They are forced to spend a day in jail, interact with convicted felons and truly experience what a life behind bars is like. In the end, some change for the better, but for others, nothing changes at all.
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Corey Thornton - Positive Impact Worldwide Ministries

Kutana Parrish say's what a time we had last night. I got a lot of good feedback. I had youth sharing with me how they enjoyed you. Thank you to your pastors and those who came with you. I am so glad your pastor can attend some of your events. That has to mean a lot God bless.


Corey Thornton Rock Of Escape

Rock Of Escape was birthed with the purpose of healing places and people from every walk of life with the gospel of Jesus Christ. We are committed to breaking through racial, denominational and economic barriers. Rock of Escape is armed with the mission to expose and destroy the enemy’s authority and assignments concerning the citizens of the Kingdom of God. Standing firm on the revelation of Christ being the ROCK, we build our families, our churches and our communities and make it a better place.

Come Experience an Hour of Power EVERY SUNDAY from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Phone:(813) 466-2602 Email: Location: 3040 W Cypress Street, Tampa, FL 33607

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Corey Thornton Positive Impact Worldwide Ministries

Today I will be speaking at Positive Impact Worldwide Ministries.
My subjects will be about: God, Jesus our lord , Love, RESPECT, Bully Prevention, and the importance of staying in school.

**2750 34th Street, St. Pete, FL 33711**
When: Friday, August 17, 2012
Time: 7pm Hope to see you out God bless


Corey Thornton Bullied autistic boy unable to watch "Bully The Movie"

Eric Colflesh, of Land O’ Lakes, can relate. At 11 years old, he said he has been bullied in school because he’s autistic; the bullies would poke fun at him for not having friends.

”I can easily get anxious and mad from certain situations,” Eric said. ”I verbally get bullied.”Eric has seen a number of other students bullied, too.

He considers bullying child abuse and said bullies are just people who are jealous of other people.

”They know that they’re going to succeed in life. They try to take advantage of them so they don’t end up having a good future,” Eric said.

After hearing about the movie, Colflesh wanted to see it. Due to an R rating, he couldn’t. So Eric, with help from his mother, joined a social media campaign to help change the movie’s rating.

Eric and many others gathered more than 500,000 signatures online. In April, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) changed the movie’s rating to PG-13.

Colflesh felt a definite sense of accomplishment. ”Thousands of kids get bullied each year,” Eric said, ”and it needs to be stopped.”

Now he wants to create his own documentary on bullying. He will make the venture part of his Boy Scout project. He hopes to take a look at taking a stand against bullies in his documentary.

”Don’t let go of your goal in life. If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything.”

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Eric Colflesh Takes A Stand Against Bullies!