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Asbury Theological Seminary Hosts The Asbury Project in Orlando

WILMORE, KY, Mar 24, 2016 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Asbury Theological Seminary co-hosts The Asbury Project (TAP) on the Florida-Dunnam Campus, April 19-20, 2016, with Asbury University. The Asbury Project is sponsored by the Office of Faith, Work and Economics and unites students, pastors,....

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Sneed scoop: Black officials to boycott Duckworth event

Ducking Tammy . . . Sneed hears a whammy is being planned for Tammy. • Translation: Sneed has learned a major boycott of a black unity breakfast in Chicago on Monday for U.S. Senate Dem primary winner Tammy Duckworth is being hatched by City Council and state legislative black caucuses.

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Obama Gets Personal With Criticism of Cruz’s Policing Proposal

President Barack Obama on Wednesday offered unusually personal criticism of Senator Ted Cruz’s proposal to monitor Muslim communities, saying that the idea resembles police-state behavior in Cruz’s father’s native country, Cuba. "I just left a country that engages in that kind of neighborhood....

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Gauck ends China tour with religious visits The final day of German President Joachim Gauck's five-day tour of China has been largely filled by religious events. The president has sought to strengthen ties during his visit, whilst also addressing human ri

Dang's role in the Church broadly reflects the balancing act of Catholics in China. Like other bishops, Dang was ordained by China's official "Patriotic Church," but is also recognized as a bishop by the Vatican. Restricted religious freedoms. China's state-controlled Church does not recognize the....

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Colombian government, rebels miss deadline to reach peace ...

npec officer register the FARC rebels before leaving El Buen Pastor prison in Bogota, Colombia January 20, 2016. Colombia's government released on Wednesday 16 of the 30 imprisoned FARC rebels the government had decided to pardon in late November. The move represents a unilateral gesture on behalf....

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EPP MEP Ramona Mănescu: European Neighbourhood Policy – an instrument in support of Christian communities from Middle East

We present the content of the MEP’s analysis: European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) is, for many European citizens, just an abstract concept, “another bureaucratic instrument” of Brussels. I believe this instrument can do much more, being capable to respond in a direct manner to many of the needs and demands of the European citizens.

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Chinese Lawyer Detained While Defending Churches Is Reported Released

The lawyer Zhang Kai appeared last month in a locally televised video in which he said he had worked with foreign groups to stir up trouble over religion. BEIJING — A lawyer who was detained in southeastern China while defending churches that were being forced to remove their crosses has been....

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Sedi Takes Aim at the Media

And after complaining that Belizeans travelling to the Sarstoon as stalkers, and suggesting that those Belizeans are provoking Guatemalans, Elrington turned his attention to the media. He announced that he will no longer be granting interviews on his own, since the media apparently has an ulterior motive.

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Trump This for a TV Hit

In fact, democracy may never be the same. If you’re thinking of going, at last report nearly all the hotel rooms are sold out between July 18-21. SHADOW COUNTRY Santa Barbara’s Jeff Bridges looks like the perfect guy to play Edgar “Bloody” Watson ​— ​if and when David Milch finishes the script of Shadow Country.

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Is calling a movie 'faith-based' too limiting?

A stream of movies with religious elements – Risen The Young Messiah Miracles From Heaven and the upcoming God's Not Dead 2 – have been hitting theatres. There was a time when any movie that touched on religion would be lumped in the "faith-based" category. Those working on such projects now see the tag as limiting.

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Is calling a movie 'faith-based' too limiting?

"[Conservatives] will say, 'Don't see it because it flies in the face of scripture'. Then you get the other side who say 'it's preachy'. What I'm really happy about is that we have reached a balance where we can get everyone in the room – faith-based, cinephiles – to enjoy a wonderful film. If you know your scripture, you won't be disappointed.

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Everett Brown reiterates stance on Adventist participation in politics

President of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Jamaica Pastor Everett Brown is once again making it clear that statements similar to those made by Pastor Michael Harvey on a People's National Party political platform in January will not be tolerated from members of the Adventist Church.

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Court to decide if former commish's evidence can be used in Miller case

A magistrate is to reveal today whether she will allow evidence given by retired Commissioner of Police Owen Ellington to the west Kingston commission of enquiry to be used in the corruption trial of popular pastor the Reverend Merrick 'Al' Miller. The decision was left to Resident Magistrate Simone....

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Elderly Texas woman at center of lawsuit over home's sale

As a legal battle swirls around her, Ruth Mae Sanders drifts between worn rooms in her family home, her memories slipping further into the fog. The 93-year-old clearly recalls the white-only seats on Dallas trolley cars, which she rode daily to school in a bustling black neighborhood originally settled by freed slaves.

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The Christians

Playwright Lucas Hnath’s drama is about a pastor who delivers a sermon challenging a core belief of his congregation — and the split it causes. At the Blue Barn, the cast includes Anthony Clark-Kaczmarek, Jill Anderson, Raydell Cordell III, Bill Hutson and Kaitlyn McClincy.

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Elderly Texas woman at center of lawsuit over home's sale

As a legal battle swirls around her, Ruth Mae Sanders drifts between worn rooms in her family home, her memories slipping further into the fog. The 93-year-old clearly recalls the white-only seats on Dallas trolley cars, which she rode daily to school in a bustling black neighborhood originally settled by freed slaves.

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Evil will not triumph: Easter messages

Easter shows that evil doesn't have the final word, a leading Australian religious leader says. In the wake of the Brussels attacks, Australia's Anglican leader Philip Freier has used his Easter message to remind followers of the key message of the Christian festival: Life and love triumphs.

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Marvel, Disney join fight against anti-LGBT bill, to boycott Georgia if bill is passed

Marvel and Disney film studios will boycott the US state Georgia if an anti-LGBT bill passes. The film studios that produced and distributed “Captain America: Civil War” have threatened never to shoot projects in Georgia if Governor Nathan Deal signs the controversial religious freedom bill.

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DeRidder angler lands Toledo Bend 11.58-pounder - despite damage to Rat-L-Trap

11 hrs ago Read more: Louisiana Sportsman Lynn Clayton, of DeRidder, shows off the 11.58-pound lunker bass he caught near the Toledo Bend dam on March 15. Clayton caught the monster on an old orange-belly 1 2-ounce Rat-L-Trap, which almost didn't survive the fight.

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Random Acts of Kindness: To give a balloon is divine

To give a balloon is divine. This past weekend, I went out to dinner with my husband, his parents and my 11-month-old son, Jake. The restaurant was busy, and I could tell our food was going to take awhile. That meant keeping Jake entertained while he waited to be fed, and that is no easy task! He....

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Prosecutor calls for 18 months for two Airport bomb threats

PHILIPSBURG--On November 22, 2015, Princess Juliana International Airport SXM was rocked by two bomb threats which severely disrupted air traffic and interrupted the regular duties of the Police, Fire Department and other rescue services. The threats also caused major traffic jams on the island as the Airport was cordoned off for six hours.

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Bangladesh: Christian Hacked To Death

The murder was the latest in a series of attacks on religious minorities in the Muslim-majority country. Three attackers rode up on motorbikes and repeatedly stabbed Hossain Ali, 68, while he was taking a regular morning walk in Kurigram district. They then fled after detonating two small homemade....

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OUTSIDE THE PULPIT: Wishing all a blessed Easter

THOUSANDS OF Christians around the world will be observing the customary three hour Good Friday Liturgy tomorrow in remembrance of Christ death on the cross at Calvary. The Good Friday Liturgy is only one aspect of Holy Week, which began on Palm Sunday with the blessing and distribution of palm crosses as well as the Palm Sunday procession.

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Hubbard church conducts Seder

HUBBARD. Igor Bagirov of Beth-El Russian Messianic Missionary Ministries of Cleveland reminded those attending a Seder at Corner House Christian Church that without Judaism, there would not be Christianity. Jesus was a Jew and participated in the rich heritage of the faith, which included celebrating Passover.

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93-year-old with Alzheimer’s is target of Dallas real estate firm’s lawsuit

As a legal battle swirls around her, Ruth Mae Sanders drifts between worn rooms in her family home, her memories slipping further into the fog. The 93-year-old clearly recalls the white-only seats on Dallas trolley cars, which she rode daily to school in a bustling black neighborhood originally settled by freed slaves.

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Truth revealed

Last Friday night our attention was drawn to a Facebook post of a video recording of a man purported to be one Scott Stirm. We in Belize know only one person by that name and that is one Pastor Scott Stirm. He is a gentleman who sometimes Co-hosts Plus TV's Rise & Shine Morning Show, along with Louis Wade.

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