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My View: A summer of churches, incredible architecture

By Michael Lorich. My wife, Kerry, and I have spent the last few summers here in Buffalo. We live in Miami and call ourselves sunbirds because we are escaping the heat, humidity and hurricanes of summer in South Florida. When home we attend a large nondenominational Christian church and for a few summers found a similar church here in Clarence.

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Former pastor sentenced to 3 years in prison

— The former senior pastor of one of the largest congregations in Columbus was sentenced to three years in prison as part of his guilty plea to two felony counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Justin White, 38, who recently moved to Camby, was taken away by the Bartholomew County....

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PHOTOS: Ambode swears in new Chief Judge

L-R: New Chief Judge of Lagos State, Justice Opeyemi Oke, taking her Oath of Office, being conducted by Director, Legislative Drafting, Ministry of Justice, Mrs. Yejide Kolawole, before Governor Ambode during the swearing-in ceremony. Governor Akinwunmi Ambode on Friday swore in the new Chief Judge....

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Why a former minister is challenging churches' tax privileges in US

Why a former minister is challenging churches' tax privileges in US When Dan Barker was a Pentecostal minister in California, he knew he could exclude his clergy housing allowance from his income tax returns, taking advantage of an IRS benefit that the federal government grants to “ministers of the Gospel” – though not to anyone else.

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Former pastor sentenced to three years in prison

The former senior pastor of one of the largest congregations in Columbus was sentenced to three years in prison as part of his guilty plea to two felony counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Justin White, 38, who recently moved to Camby, was taken away by the Bartholomew County....

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Why a former minister is challenging churches' tax privileges in US

A growing number of people have continued to question the reasoning behind various kinds of tax benefits religious groups have long received. In 2015, HBO’s “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” did a popular exposé, “Our Lady of Perpetual Exemption,” on how certain wealthy televangelists purchase....

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Oba Of Benin's Multi-million Naira White Rolls Royce

According to media reports, there is a controversy among the citizens of Kogi State as to ascertain who is the authentic first lady of the... They now take such pictures openly on the streets? This incident happened along the Ajose Adeogun axis of Victoria Island, Lagos on Wednes...

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Family Mourns 91-Year-Old Bed-Stuy Man Killed in Home Invasion

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT Family and friends mourned a 91-year-old man killed during a home invasion as police interviewed a person of interest in the case on Friday, according to the Waldiman Thompson, 91, was laid to rest on at the Hanson Place Seventh-day Adventist Church, in Fort Greene, a little more....

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Ntsoro searching for gospel stars

After a short break away from the limelight, Joel Keitumele is set to return to television with an exciting new talent search show, dubbed ‘Raise Gospel Stars’. Speaking to Voice Entertainment this week, the man affectionately known as Ntsoro, revealed he is halfway through a countrywide search for gospel talent.

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New pastor at St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran brings experience with youth

He went on to spend four years Martin Luther College, New Ulm, where he studied Latin, Greek and Hebrew so he could translate the Old and New Testaments of the Bible in their original languages. He also studied Spanish and graduated with a bachelor of arts in Biblical languages in 2012.

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How a man exonerated after 24 years behind bars is using his freedom to help others

Christina Lorey Kansas City, Missouri -- Darryl Burton spent 24 years in prison for a murder in St. Louis that he didn't commit. When he got out, he had nothing: no money, no job offer, and no one to help him out. "I couldn't believe it even when I got outside the prison," Burton said. "I just couldn't believe it.

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Windsor African women's organization hosts workshop to keep youth 'out of trouble'

Oluwatosin Akinbinu is a paralegal and member of the African Women Association of Windsor. (Jonathan Pinto/CBC) The African Women Association of Windsor (AWAW) is hosting a workshop Saturday for recent African immigrant parents and their children called "Keeping Them Out of Trouble.

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Historic Bridgewater church celebrates 300 years

Shannon Gallagher The Enterprise SGallagher_ENT. BRIDGEWATER A historic church in Bridgewater is celebrating a major milestone this weekend. The First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, located at 50 School St., turns 300 this year. Founded in 1716, the church will wrap up a year of birthday....

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Leicester inspires 2017 Nobel Peace Prize win for nuclear disarmament campaign

A campaigner for nuclear disarmament who spent his formative years in Leicester is celebrating after his efforts helped secure the coveted Nobel Peace Prize. Professor Matthew Bolton, 36, and his wife, Professor Emily Welty, both of Pace University in New York, have been involved in intense....

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Pastor ditches family for a yellow-bone

A Pentecostal church leader has reportedly ditched his family to live with another woman. Prophet Assan Makombe of Shammer Miracle Kingdom Church in Mbare left home two months ago saying he was going to Zambia for church business only to be spotted in town in the company of another woman Lona Naome Mushangwe.

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Tulsa Couple Bakes Toffee For Teachers

TULSA, Oklahoma - Here's a riddle: How can the sale of a bag of toffee make life a little easier for an Oklahoma teacher? A Tulsa couple has a simple formula, toffee plus teachers equals help. While Anthony Archie cooked this wonderful smelling treat, he shared how a batch of toffee can help a bunch of teachers.

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Rushville pastor arrested in connection with child molestation

RUSHVILLE, Ind. (WISH) – A Rushville pastor has been arrested and charged with child molestation. According to the Rushville Police Department, 72-year-old Garry Evans has been taken into custody. Police say the arrest is the result of a lengthy investigation into sexual misconduct allegations at....

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Sheriff's deputies honored for bravery, life-saving, outstanding service

Koller, retired Sgt. Richard Reincke, Deputy James Ring and civilian Michele Chronister received life-saving medals and Red Cross Heart Saver Hero awards for saving the life of a man who suffered a cardiac arrest in the York County Judicial Center on Jan. 13. Sgt.

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‘Our work here is finished’

Conroy was married at St. Luke's, his daughter's wedding was held at the church a few months ago. Now he doesn't know where he will worship. Mark Manchuk, an altar boy at St. Luke's since the age of 14, will travel to Beamsville for the Anglo Catholic service at St. Alban.

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Trench Town Polytechnic Looking to Attract More Students

The two-year-old Trench Town Polytechnic College in St. Andrew is looking to boost enrolment as it carries out its mandate to equip persons with skills to meet the demands of the labour market. The institution, which started classes in October 2015 offering programmes with a focus on aligning....

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He tore an ACL months ago. How faith, work ethic got Conway captain back on the field

I’ve been playing here for three years now on varsity, and we have a special group of guys who have won a lot of ball games. ... But it means a lot to me that those guys look up to me and respect me as one of their leaders. Conway defensive back Keith Autry Benton.

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Neighbors living in fear over stray dogs on Detroit's east side

DETROIT - Just 10 days ago, on the city's east side. a Detroit woman was shot and killed while she was being mauled by a stray dog The Local 4 Defenders went back to the neighborhood and found residents still living in fear. Mike Williams told police he was trying to shoot the dog and save the....

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At chapel where nuns protest a pipeline, 23 arrested, including several in their 70s and 80s

The Adorers of the Blood of Christ, shown here leading prayers in their cornfield chapel in July, argue that the pipeline that Williams Company is building on this land violates their religious freedom rights. (Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post) Months ago, when the nuns and the activists....

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Anthony J. “Tony” Brozovich Obituary

SHARON, Pennsylvania – Anthony J. “Tony” Brozovich, of Sharon, passed away at 5:35 a.m. Thursday, October 19, 2017 in the emergency room of Sharon Regional Health System. He was 79. Mr. Brozovich was born November 9, 1937 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a son of Anthony J. and Marie (Hirtzy) Brozovich.

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Central Indiana pastor accused of molesting 3 girls

RUSHVILLE, Ind. A central Indiana minister faces several charges after police say he molested girls whom he lured into his office with offers of candy. Pastor Garry Evans of the Rushville Baptist Temple was arrested Wednesday evening. He’s charged with three counts of child molestation, four counts....

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Dozens of demonstrators protest outside gay 'cure' church in Anfield Liverpool Echo

By using this service and related content, you agree to the use of cookies for analytics, personalised content and ads. This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Scores of protesters gathered outside an Anfield....

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