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Attendance, giving down at Cross Point Church 6 months after pastor resigns

Cross Point still serves an average of at least 5,600 people each week, Nichols said. Some who've left have found new church homes, which Cross Point staff supports, Nichols said. However, they're concerned about those who left Cross Point after Wilson did and are no longer connected to any church. "That I'm not OK with.

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All set for the ‘donate a shoe gala’

Musicians with a humanitarian agenda will this Saturday gather in the capital city for the ‘Donate A Shoe’ campaign musical gala which seeks to sources footwear for disadvantaged members of society. The gala will see more than 30 musical artists participating.

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Alleged shop robber claims he was in Peckham collecting for...

A 36-year-old man who claims he was in Peckham seeing a church pastor at the time he allegedly tried to rob a Coleford shopkeeper was accused of talking 'complete nonsense' in court. Giving evidence at Gloucester crown court yesterday James Blackford said he drove from the Forest of Dean to London on the day before the robbery happened.

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Finnish Election: Murderers, Criminals and 'Black Hitler'

A former criminal sentenced to life imprisonment was found to be running for election in eastern Finland, the Finnish newspaper Iltalehti reported. In the 1980s, he was sentenced for brutal murder and attempts to take more lives, only to be personally pardoned by then-Finnish President Mauno Koivisto in the 1990s.

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Finnish Election: Murderers, Criminals and 'Black Hitler'

A former criminal sentenced to life imprisonment was found to be running for election in eastern Finland, the Finnish newspaper Iltalehti reported. In the 1980s, he was sentenced for brutal murder and attempts to take more lives, only to be personally pardoned by then-Finnish President Mauno Koivisto in the 1990s.

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SURPRISE: Fadeyi Oloro to become a Pastor

Veteran Nollywood actor, Ojo Arowosoge, a.k.a. Fadeyi Oloro, who is famous for his usual role as wicked herbalist in Yoruba movies, has declared that he will soon become a pastor. In an interview recently, Arowosoge claimed his roles on cinemas and television series were merely make-beliefs urging....

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Nigerian woman gets revenge on her flirtatious husband by responding to an alter call for single women

Revenge, they say, is best served cold and that was exactly how this woman served it to her flirtatious husband, but he could not stand the taste of his own medicine. According to the story sent to a relationship blog, a woman watched her man flirt with a single girl in church and as she boiled in anger, she came up with a plan to exact revenge.

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Salvation Army facing opposition over proposed church

The Salvation Army is facing opposition from city planners and the Ottawa aiport over a proposed plan to build a Church and community centre in Barrhaven. The organization announced last year it had purchased land at 102 Bill Leathem Dr. to build a multi-use facility which will include a worship centre, gymnasium, meeting space, and more.

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Raising Pace Setters

At the Harvesters Entrepreneur Forum recently, business leaders shared lessons on how to become successful in the market place, write Nume Ekeghe and Solomon Elusoji. On July, 5, 2016, Kenya’s biggest telecoms operator, Safaricom, launched a ride-hailing app called Little Cab to compete with giant taxi services firm, Uber.

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8 aspirants seek to unseat Governor Waithaka, among them Kimemia and Mwangi

Eight people will challenge Governor Daniel Waithaka, among them ICDC chairman and former Secretary to the Cabinet Francis Kimemia, Deputy Governor Waithaka Mwangi, Moses Kiarie-Badilisha and former executive Peter Gathimba. Others are Senator Muriuki Karue, veterinary and businessman Simon....

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Mutepfa’s pastor arrested in church

A SENIOR pastor with Prophet Adventure Mutepfa’s Revival Centre World Mission Church was on Sunday arrested during a church service on rape charges stemming from an incident in which he is accused of forcing himself on a married congregate. David Waerera (32) of House Number 303, Area 3, Dangamvura....

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Grace Bible Church ‘ridiculous’ for ‘R89K’ to host Joe Mafela memorial

Grace Bible Church has again found itself on the Twitter trends list after allegedly charging Joe Mafela’s family R89 000 to host his memorial service on Thursday. Actor Mangaliso Ngema shared on Twitter that he had visited Mafela’s family on Tuesday night when he was greeted with such “ridiculous” news.

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Google’s ‘hate’ video crisis could become a $1 billion problem

A growing avalanche of advertisers are boycotting Google for placing ads next to extremist and otherwise offensive content — and it could turn into a billion-dollar problem, according to one Wall Street analyst. AT&T, Verizon, pharma giant GSK and the Enterprise car-rental company all said Wednesday....

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Senate ethics body mulls Meredith sanctions

OTTAWA — The Senate's ethics committee met behind closed doors Wednesday to consider what sanctions can or should be imposed on disgraced Sen. Don Meredith for engaging in a sexual relationship with a teenage girl. Options under consideration ranged from a reprimand to outright expulsion from the upper house, but no conclusion was reached.

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Man in same-sex child custody case gets 3 years in prison

FILE - In this Sept. 22, 2016 file photo, Virginia businessman Philip Zodhiates leaves U.S. District Court in Buffalo, N.Y., where he was on trial for international parental kidnapping and conspiracy. Zodhiates was convicted of the charges on Sept. 29, 2016, after prosecutors say he helped a mother....

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Darville-Johnson retires after 47-year career

FOLLOWING a decorated 47-year career of combined military, public and civilian federal service in the United States, Bahamian Hazel Lenora Darville-Johnson has retired. Born and raised in Mount Royal Avenue, Nassau, Mrs Johnson-Darville retired on January 21 from the US Defence Department (DOD)....

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Senate ethics body mulls Meredith sanctions

OTTAWA — The Senate's ethics committee met behind closed doors Wednesday to consider what sanctions can or should be imposed on disgraced Sen. Don Meredith for engaging in a sexual relationship with a teenage girl. Options under consideration ranged from a reprimand to outright expulsion from the upper house, but no conclusion was reached.

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Senate ethics body mulls Meredith sanctions

OTTAWA — The Senate's ethics committee met behind closed doors Wednesday to consider what sanctions can or should be imposed on disgraced Sen. Don Meredith for engaging in a sexual relationship with a teenage girl. Options under consideration ranged from a reprimand to outright expulsion from the upper house, but no conclusion was reached.

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Five chiefs banned

The high ranking matais of Matautu Falelatai Village in Samoa have banished five elderly paramount chiefs. This came after they tried to terminate the services of the village's pastor, Reverend Elder Tauti'aga Senara, who is the current chairman of the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa.

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Man in same-sex child custody case gets 3 years in prison

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - A Virginia businessman convicted of international parental kidnapping and conspiracy for his role in a same-sex couple's child custody fight was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison. Philip Zodhiates, Waynesboro, drove Lisa Miller and 7-year-old Isabella Miller-Jenkins....

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3 seek to fill big shoes of late Covington councilman

In Covington, 3 candidates seek to fill big shoes of late councilman. In this age of divisive politics, all three candidates for an open Covington City Council at-large seat in Saturday's (March 25) election are in total unison on an issue that hits close to home for the electorate.

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Mental exam ordered for accused church thief

BRIDGEPORT - A former gospel singer, awaiting trial for allegedly helping a former Stratford pastor steal from his flock, has been ordered to undergo a mental competency examination. Over Doraine Reed’s objection, and demands for a new lawyer, Judge Robert Devlin granted a motion by Reed’s public....

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The Wednesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories

Highlights from the news file for Wednesday, March 22. CANADA OFFERS BRITAIN HELP AFTER TERROR ATTACK: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Wednesday’s apparent terrorist incident outside the British Parliament is a “cowardly attack” on democracy around the world.

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Tragic death of 'hero' doctor tears hole in family, community

-- Their tributes are a heartbreaking goodbye to a mother and doctor whose unexpected death Tuesday sent shockwaves through her large family and entire community. "I love you mom. I love you so much," one of Dr. Jan Huston-Pryor's daughters wrote on Facebook. "My rock, my everything. I just can't believe you're gone.

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Mar 22, 2017 4:57PM EDTpublished: Mar 22, 2017 4:57PM EDT

Highlights from the news file for Wednesday, March 22. CANADA OFFERS BRITAIN HELP AFTER TERROR ATTACK: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Wednesday's apparent terrorist incident outside the British Parliament is a "cowardly attack" on democracy around the world.

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Texas woman staged her own kidnapping and sexual assault, police say

Police now believe a kidnapping and sexual assault case that rattled the small North Texas town of Denison earlier this month was a hoax. Breana Harmon Talbott, 18, confessed to investigators Tuesday night and admitted she staged the attack. She also admitted the injuries to her body were self-inflicted, the Denison Police Department said.

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