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Christians charged to imbibe worship God

Christians have again been charged to worship only the living God wholeheartedly for the salvation of their souls. A cleric, ‎Pastor John Ebun, gave the charge on Sunday in his sermon delivered at the Emmanuel Men and Women choir service of songs of the Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church, Ilorin district headquarters.

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Ex-NDDC boss, Aginighan, blames Dickson for INC crisis

Chukwudi Akasike and Simon Utebor. THE Founding Secretary of the Ijaw National Congress, Pastor Power Aginighan, has attributed the crisis rocking the body to the failure of the Bayelsa State Governor, Seriake Dickson, to act fast and resolve the disagreement among members.

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Deeper Life crusade

The General Superintendent of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor W.F. Kumuyi, is holding a one-day crusade at the Remo Divisional High School, Akarigbo Road, Sagamu, Remo, Ogun State. A statement on Sunday by the Ogun State Overseer of the church, Pastor Edison Daminabo, said the crusade,....

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Gay pride events nationwide take many forms, take on many fights

There were plenty of parties, parades and pink feather boas on display this weekend as cities across the country hosted gay pride events, but organizers weren't just interested in a celebration: They were ready for a battle. In New York City's landmark gay pride parade Sunday, the LGBTQ community....

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Activist and pastor Brent Hawkes leads final Pride service

Pastor Brent Hawkes led his final Pride service on Sunday in Toronto. (Global News) Brent Hawkes, a pastor and LGBT activist who has led a religious service prior to Toronto's Pride parade for over 25 years, has conducted his last Pride ceremony. He spoke candidly to Sunday's congregation, which....

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Black Lives Matter joins Toronto Pride parade, despite not registering

ȁ#x201c;It’s sad that we’re not able to actually march in the parade, but I understand the chief’s decision,ȁ#x201d; said acting superintendent Steve Molyneaux of the Toronto police’s 51 division. ȁ#x201c;We’re still here to police it and make sure it’s safe and make sure everyone has a good time.

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Pastor appears in court for waving a placard alerting Mugabe to ‘people’s suffering’

A PASTOR from a Pentecostal church in Kariba on Tuesday appeared in court charged with criminal nuisance after he allegedly carried placards at the just ended Zanu PF conference denouncing President Robert Mugabe. Patrick Mugadza, 45, travelled all the way from Kariba to Victoria Falls on Friday to....

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PM Trudeau attends Toronto Pride parade absent of police floats

TORONTO -- Thousands cheered on Toronto's annual Pride parade Sunday and waved rainbow flags, though continued debate over the exclusion of the city's police force swirled amid the colourful procession that weaved its way through the downtown core. Scroll down to vote in our poll of the day.

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Family says 22-year-old who died from fall slipped on rocks at Upper Catawba Falls

MCDOWELL COUNTY, N.C. (WLOS) — Family members identified the victim in a waterfall-related death as 22-year-old Adam Music of Nebo. RELATED | 1 dead after fall from Catawba Falls They told News 13 they believe he slipped on the rocks at the top of Catawba Falls.

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"Happy Pride!": Trudeau attends Toronto parade absent of police floats

TORONTO – Thousands cheered on Toronto’s annual Pride parade Sunday and waved rainbow flags, though continued debate over the exclusion of the city’s police force swirled amid the colourful procession that weaved its way through the downtown core. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his wife Sophie....

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Bishop TD Jakes coming to Zim

One of America’s greatest preachers Bishop Thomas Dexter Jakes affectionately known as Bishop TD Jakes, is coming to Zimbabwe for the first time during the Zimpraise 10 th anniversary celebrations which are going to be held from the 5 th to the 9 th of September this year.

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North Carolina NAACP leader says he'll stay for rest of term

The leader of the NAACP in North Carolina says he will remain in the role until his term ends in October, rather than step down this month as planned. The Rev. William Barber said Sunday he will remain president until his replacement is elected at the NAACP's convention.

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PM Trudeau attends Toronto Pride parade absent of police floats

TORONTO -- Thousands cheered on Toronto's annual Pride parade Sunday and waved rainbow flags, though continued debate over the exclusion of the city's police force swirled amid the colourful procession that weaved its way through the downtown core. Scroll down to vote in our poll of the day.

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Trudeau attends Toronto parade absent of police floats

TORONTO - Thousands cheered on Toronto's annual Pride parade Sunday and waved rainbow flags, though continued debate over the exclusion of the city's police force swirled amid the colourful procession that weaved its way through the downtown core. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his wife Sophie....

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SOUTH AMERICA

Three gay men say they have gained legal recognition as the first "polyamorous family" in Colombia, where same-sex marriages were legalised last year. Ecuador's new president Lenin Moreno has labelled Julian Assange a "hacker" but says for human rights reasons he can stay at his country's London embassy.

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Gay pride events take many forms, take on many fights

There were plenty of parties, parades and pink feather boas on display this weekend as cities across the country hosted gay pride events, but organizers weren't just interested in a celebration: They were ready for a battle. In New York City's landmark gay pride parade Sunday, the LGBTQ community....

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Despite controversy, thousands turn our for Toronto Pride Parade

TORONTO - Thousands lined Toronto's Yonge Street for the annual Pride parade, though continued debate over the exclusion of the city's police force swirled amid the colourful procession that weaved its way through the downtown core. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau and....

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News Gay pride events: Many forms, many fights

There were plenty of parties, parades and pink feather boas on display this weekend as cities across the country hosted gay pride events, but organizers weren't just interested in a celebration: They were ready for a battle. In New York City's landmark gay pride parade Sunday, the LGBTQ community....

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Mosque, church work hand in hand to ensure a smooth celebration

SINGAPORE — With Hari Raya Aidilfitri falling on a Sunday this year, a neighbouring mosque and a church in Upper Thomson had their work cut out to coordinate and control traffic around their compounds yesterday. But the strong relations the two places of worship, separated only by a small....

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LIVE: ‘There were no closets in our teepees’ Rainbow crowds greet PM, First Nations chief at Toronto Pride parade

Instead, dozens marched uniform with members of the New York Police Department at the New York Pride parade Sunday at the invitation of the Gay Officers Action League of New York. ȁ#x201c;It’s sad that we’re not able to actually march in the parade, but I understand the chief’s decision,ȁ#x201d;....

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Gay pride events take many forms, take on many fights

There were plenty of parties, parades and pink feather boas on display this weekend as cities across the country hosted gay pride events, but organizers weren't just interested in a celebration: They were ready for a battle. In New York City's landmark gay pride parade Sunday, the LGBTQ community....

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Trudeau, Wynne march in Toronto's Pride parade

TORONTO - Thousands lined Toronto's Yonge Street for the annual Pride parade, though continued debate over the exclusion of the city's police force swirled amid the colourful procession that weaved its way through the downtown core. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau and....

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Short sermons helped retiring Tonawanda pastor connect with flock

Sitting in his favorite blue easy chair, Monsignor Thomas F. Maloney looked around the small rectory office where he counseled hundreds of people as they dealt with some of the worst troubles of their lives. "They come to you with serious problems, and you do your best to help," said the 74-year-old....

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19-year-old Esther Benyeogo wins N250m GCGT7 prize

Winner of God’s Children Great Talent, GCGT, Miss Esther Benyeogo was announced at the grand finale of Season 7 held at Eko Convention Center on Saturday 24 th June 2017. Benyeogo beat 9 other finalists, Joseph Odi, Damilare Bafunso, Anderson Peter, Deborah Oladipupo, Olawonuola Kehinde, Sophia....

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She wore KKK robe to show-and-tell, now directs diversity program

Anderson didn’t wear the infamous pointed hood and mask, just the robe, and she doesn’t remember what she told the class, but her message was clear. “None of the bad things about the KKK registered with me then,” she said. “I wouldn’t have called it racist.

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Toronto Pride parade draws thousands of rainbow-clad revelers

Toronto's Pride parade began Sunday under cloudy skies with sporadic rain amid continued debate over the exclusion of the city's police force from this year's event. Scroll down to vote in our poll of the day. or click here Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau and Ontario....

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