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2019: One Of These Men May Be President

- Advertisement - 100% Natural Solution To Premature Ejaculation, Weak Erection, Watery Sperm, Other Sexual Dysfunctions And Last More Than 30 Minutes During Sex. Will Vice- President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo contest the 2019 presidential election? Some political pundits are not ruling out that possibility.

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Local church to host music festival

WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) - Saturday, September 23. there will be a music festival at the Temple of Praise in Wichita Falls. The fun will begin at 6:00 p.m. and will continue until 9:00 p.m. at the church at 1914 Buchanan Street. There will be a Madden '17 Tournament, 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament,....

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A year ago, Louella Aker had trouble wrapping her head around the idea of having a new set of hands. The concept was "beyond anything" she'd previously imagined, she said Tuesday, roughly a year after she became the first woman to receive a double hand transplant in Kentucky in a 17-hour surgical procedure at Jewish Hospital.

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BROWN: Plainfield reversal on new mosque ‘a big victory’ for all

It looks as if Plainfield is going to get that new mosque after all. Just a month after rejecting a bid by an Islamic group to turn a former Christian church into a mosque, the Plainfield village board reversed course Monday night and voted to move the project ahead.

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St. Thomas Braces For 'Another Long 24-Hour Period' As Hurricane Maria Approaches

As the Caribbean preps for Hurricane Maria, NPR's Ailsa Chang talks to Pastor Jeff Neevel, whose church in St. Thomas plans to provide aid and comfort to those hit by storm. St. Thomas Braces For 'Another Long 24-Hour Period' As Hurricane Maria Approaches St. Thomas Braces For 'Another Long 24-Hour Period' As Hurricane Maria Approaches.

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Imprisoned NC pastor faces more ‘false and ridiculous’ charges in Turkey, group says

“These ‘new’ charges, coming 322 days after his initial arrest in October of last year, are obviously just as false and ridiculous as the original charge of membership in an armed terrorist organization,” the American Center for Law and Justice said. “Disturbingly, the new charges are even more....

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Local church to host music festival

WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) - Saturday, September 23. there will be a music festival at the Temple of Praise in Wichita Falls. The fun will begin at 6:00 p.m. and will continue until 9:00 p.m. at the church at 1914 Buchanan Street. There will be a Madden '17 Tournament, 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament,....

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Church Under Bridge in Waco celebrates 25 years of services

WACO, Texas (AP) To borrow the essence of a Biblical parable, the seed that Jimmy and Janet Dorrell tossed on Sept. 20, 1992, landed in good soil. The Waco Tribune-Herald reports the work they started that day has enabled the least of society, the poor, homeless and hopeless, to find their very own place to worship.

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'Juana Change' goes solo to push for end to drug war

MANILA - Mae Paner is a policeman-turned-assassin, a widowed Zumba dancer, a photojournalist and an orphaned child. They are all characters in her new one-woman show against a bloody war on drugs in the Philippines. Paner, better known by her stage name "Juana Change", said she wanted to add her....

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Interfaith prayer service calls for ‘peace in community’ following Stockley verdict protests

ST. LOUIS – Religious leaders from across St. Louis converged on Kiener Plaza Tuesday afternoon with the hope of uniting the community through the power of prayer. Archbishop Robert J. Carlson led an interfaith prayer service calling for peace and solidarity. Carlson was joined by several other faith leaders and the Community Gospel Choir of St.

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Local church to host music festival

WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) - Saturday, September 23. there will be a music festival at the Temple of Praise in Wichita Falls. The fun will begin at 6:00 p.m. and will continue until 9:00 p.m. at the church at 1914 Buchanan Street. There will be a Madden '17 Tournament, 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament,....

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Zimbabwe: pastor pleads not guilty to violence charges

Mawarire — an outspoken opponent of ruling President Robert Mugabe — became popular with his #ThisFlag movement that challenged Mugabe’s government over the economic crisis. Responding in court after the charges were read out in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare, he said: “I plead not guilty.” Mawarire is jointly charged with his colleague Ocean Chiota.

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Mourners pay their respects to former Torfaen mayor who 'put the community first'

MORE than 100 people gathered at Gwent Crematorium to pay their final respects to a former mayor of Torfaen yesterday. Douglas Richard Davies, who served as mayor of Torfaen and represented the Abersychan ward on Torfaen council from 1990 to 2004, was a well-known figure in the community.

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Fourth sexual violence lawsuit filed against Nashville public schools

A fourth lawsuit has been filed against Nashville public schools alleging school officials failed to properly respond to student-on-student sexual misconduct that was videotaped, uploaded to the internet and circulated among students on their cell phones.

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Everyday Hero: Pastor's 'fidget quilts' help Alzheimer's patients

OCALA -- A Marion County pastor is sewing "fidget quilts" for those with Alzheimer's disease. Roland Scroggins is a pastor at Wings of Faith in Marion County; He makes 'fidget quilts' to ease anxiety in Alzheimer's patients; Each quilt takes about 4 hours to make, he says Roland Scroggins, 76, says....

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Exorcist believes recent hurricanes and North Korea crisis are signs that the biblical apocalypse is near

Even as hurricanes, floods and other natural calamities are resulting in deaths of hundreds of people, North Korea has conducted its longest-ever test flight of a ballistic missile, all of which point to an imminent biblical apocalypse, says one of the most famous exorcists in Italy.

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Community activist announces intention to seek Tyler City Council District 2 seat

TYLER, TX (KLTV) - A community activist has announced his intention to seek the City Council District 2 seat in the May 2018 election. Broderick McGee made his announcement today. The current District 2 City Council Member, Darryl Bowdre, cannot run again due to term limits.

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Judge denies probation for priest convicted of youth sex abuse at summer camp

A Meade County judge has denied a probation request by a Roman Catholic priest found guilty of molesting a boy at a summer camp in the 1970s. Joseph Hemmerle, 75, was found guilty at trial in November 2016 of a single count of immoral or indecent practice with a child and in February.

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Pastor explains why he wants you to vote no

A BARGARA church pastor will spearhead the anti-same-sex marriage campaign in Bundaberg, arguing a change to the Marriage Act could lead to legalising polygamy or incestuous marriages. Almost 40,000 Coalition for Marriage flyers will be distributed across the Hinkler electorate by Coral Coast....

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Zimbabwe: pastor pleads not guilty to vi...

Harare (AFP) - Zimbabwean activist pastor Evan Mawarire pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to charges of misconduct and inciting a crowd to cause violence. Mawarire -- an outspoken opponent of ruling President Robert Mugabe -- became popular with his #ThisFlag movement that challenged Mugabe's government over the economic crisis.

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Community activist announces intention to seek Tyler City Council District 2 seat

TYLER, TX (KLTV) - A community activist has announced his intention to seek the City Council District 2 seat in the May 2018 election. Broderick McGee made his announcement today. The current District 2 City Council Member, Darryl Bowdre, cannot run again due to term limits.

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Cops: Granny was suffocated: Churchyard death for 'killer'

GRANDMOTHER Haniffa Bedassie operated a mini mart in her Chaguanas community for over two decades without ever being robbed, until today. �The criminal took not only her valuables, but her life.� She died in the apartment adjoining her shop. Bedassie, 54, is believed to have suffocated on a piece of....

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Ahwatukee icon moves as church makes way for South Mountain Freeway

Mountain Park Community Church in Ahwatukee took a big step toward changing locations Sunday when members of the congregation moved a giant cross from its old location on Pecos Road to the new one on 48th Street. The cross, built by church members from 10-by-10 beams, was a prominent feature at the....

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Harvey volunteer claims church fired her for being Jewish, gay

Can't we all just get along? A Friendswood, Texas, woman claims a local church asked her to stop volunteering with Hurricane Harvey victims after learning that she's a Jewish lesbian, according to Carmen Hix told the news station she was hurt by their request, adding that she had nothing but good intentions.

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ICE Reportedly Harasses Children Of Immigrant Finding Sanctuary At Ohio Church

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH — After Leonor Garcia, 42, found sanctuary at Cleveland Heights' Forest Hills Presbyterian church, she likely felt there would be a respite in her struggle with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Her attorney says no such rest was found because ICE agents confronted....

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Portraits of protesters on the front lines in St. Louis

The protests have been marked by a police force digging-in behind an acting police chief who, after the third night, stated that his force "owned" the night. Indeed, every night, the arrest tally swelled during a mix of peaceful protests and violent flare-ups; police said they wanted to tamp down on....

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