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What would Jesus do: Will people donate to turn Charles Sheldon study into a museum?

Organizers kicked off a fund-raising drive Thursday seeking to restore, preserve and make a museum out of the study used by Charles M. Sheldon, the Topeka minister who popularized the phrase, “What would Jesus do?” The Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Foundation at a late afternoon news....

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City leaders will take down, preserve Waterbury's whipping post

Matt Campbell,Kaitlyn Naples Waterbury, CT -- A whipping post that's been preserved from the 1700s in Waterbury is coming down. The city's mayor met with the NAACP on Thursday afternoon, where the decision to remove it from the city's green was made. The whipping post brought out raw emotions from....

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New food program will provide close to 5,000 summer meals to Putnam Co. students

The YMCA, which also served Putnam County, received a $25,000 grant through the Duke Energy Foundation to address food insecurity in the community. The Cornerstone Baptist Church in Greencastle has served as the meeting place for volunteers this summer to make daily meals for roughly 125 students each day since June 5.

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NEPP moves to build structures, calls on women to join politics

Nigeria women have been challenged to wake up and join the political struggle to enable them occupy positions of authority in the scheme of things in the country. The Ondo state Chairperson of the Nigeria Elements Progressive Party (NEPP), Mrs. Ibitoye Olusola threw the challenge at the maiden state....

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The Preacher and The Prof return from trip to Alaska in Model Ts

By Ronna Lawless Staff Writer. On the road since June 1, The Preacher and The Prof have returned from their Alaskan adventure. Pastor Brian McNamara, of Story City, and retired professor Lee Kilmer, of Ames, returned July 18 after driving their Model Ts to Alaska and back, racking up about 7,200 miles each.

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In church with Pastor Patience Museveni Rwabwogo

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Local pastor speaks out days after man is shot and killed by Southaven police

SOUTHAVEN, Miss. - The pastor of the largest Hispanic church in the Mid-South is outraged with the killing of Ismael Lopez in Southaven. Pastor Rolando Rostro led a protest in front of Southaven Police Department. Rostro intended on protesting alone, but more protesters showed up. Among the protestors, we met Adrianna Martinez.

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Doctor Shigeaki Hinohara helped boost longevity in Japan

Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara, who cautioned against gluttony and early retirement and vigorously championed annual medical checkups, climbing stairs regularly and just having fun – advice that helped make Japan the world leader in longevity – died July 18 in Tokyo. Dutifully practising the credo of physician, heal thyself, he lived to 105.

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James Ragland

Written By James Ragland Once America's favorite TV dad, Bill Cosby has alienated many of his fans, including a Dallas pastor who once stood in his corner. Filed under at Jun 20 Written By James Ragland It makes no sense for Texas to keep throwing people in jail who can't pay fines or fees.

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Church of the Highlands brings 16,000 students to BJCC

A group of 14 youth from Hope House in Jasper will attend the Motion 17 Student Conference in Birmingham. From left, Michael Kolarchick, 17; Antonio Mercer, 17; Olivia Faught, 14; Curtis Cavett, 14; and Callie Jean, 14, wait for the doors to open at the BJCC Legacy Arena.

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WKYT Investigates: Student homelessness a rising issue in Scott County

GEORGETOWN, Ky. (WKYT)- Local resources are being stretched thin as Kentucky educators continue to count a rise in their homeless student populations. Georgetown is one place that is affected, where their annual averages recently reached an all-time high.

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Crews break ground on $10M assisted living community in Clemson

A new assisted living community is opening in Clemson and expected to bring new jobs to the area. Crews broke ground on the $10 million Dominion Senior Living on Pershing Avenue, which is set to include 49 assisted living apartments and 17 apartments for memory care residents.

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Jacksonville church posts sign calling Allah 'Fake God'

The pastor of a Mandarin church has posted a sign outside calling Allah a “fake God.” Several people reached out to Action News Jax, calling the sign Islamophobic. The sign says: “Allah fake God, Jesus Christ the real God.” Pastor Gene Youngblood would not come out of First Conservative Baptist....

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3 juveniles confess to spray painting racial slurs at Mesquite church

Updated July 27: Revised to include arrests. Three juveniles confessed Wednesday to spray painting racial slurs and sexual images at New Hope Baptist Church last week, according to Mesquite police. Surveillance video shows what appears to be three teen boys damaging a light and surveillance camera....

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Worship in the Park

The Harvest Bible Chapel will be hoisting an event dubbed “Worship in the Park” and is scheduled to take place this Sunday at the Rawacou reactional park. Junior Cottle, one of the pastors of the church, said Harvest Bible Chapel is taking Ministry to a whole new level and added that the event will....

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Nicole Cobler

Eastbound and westbound lanes of I-30 near Rowlett will be closed early Sunday to repair damage. Filed under at 4 days ago Sister Frances Evans, a loyal fan who rarely missed a game, was best known for banging on a drum from her seat behind home plate. Filed under at 4 days ago.

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School District Forks Over $125,000 For Male Teen Student’s Mind-Blowing Sex Trauma With Teacher

A taxpayer-funded school district in Oklahoma has agreed to pay $125,000 to the family of a male teenager who was traumatized by a female middle school teacher with a slew of sex — including a stand-up-style romp in the back of her classroom and an intense, weeks-long, two-state, sex-filled romance. The now-former teacher is Jennifer Caswell.

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Free workshop in Gig Harbor helps surviving spouses cope with looming financial decisions

Nearly 800 people on the Gig Harbor and Key Peninsulas pass away each year. No matter how emotionally prepared someone might consider himself or herself, a surviving spouse faces one of the most traumatic periods in life. John Reinmuth knows this loss well. His wife, Jan, died in 2013. They had been married 47 years.

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The tensions between US President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions shows that Trump is approaching a “crisis” in his presidency.

The tensions between US President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions underlines that Trump is approaching a “crisis” in his presidency and may be replaced with Vice President Mike Pence, a former US Senate candidate says. Neoconservatives and the “deep state” are seeking to remove Trump....

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Viral: Elderly man spoon-feeds wife ice cream

A Tennessee man's Facebook post is gaining a lot of attention after he said he witnessed a touching show of affection between an elderly man and his wife. Pastor Brent Kelley said he took his kids to the pool on Tuesday and decided to stop for ice cream on the way home. As he was leaving the restaurant, Kelley spotted an older couple.

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TOP 23 African cities with the highest number of billionaires (See where Lagos ranks)

There are several ways of measuring the economic wealth of a city. Mostly the basis for measurement is used in comparison with other cities as long as there is a common ground for such comparison. AfraAsia Bank's Africa Wealth Report 2017 made a comparison of 23 African cities with the highest number of billionaires as at the year 2016.

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Audit to be launched for Gaming Board

By KHRISNA VIRGIL. Deputy Chief Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . NEWLY-appointed Gaming Board Chairman Kenyatta Gibson yesterday told The Tribune an audit of the board’s finances and a status review of the gaming house industry are first on the new panel’s agenda.

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Top Companies: Best medium companies to work for in Arizona

The following employers have been recognized by Top Companies to Work for in Arizona, a statewide program sponsored by Republic Media that aims to identify companies with commendable workplace practices and which received high scores in terms of employee engagement and satisfaction.

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Saskatoon pastor offers spiritual advice, fruit punch at roadside stand

Pastor Mark Kleiner is shown sitting at a roadside stand in Saskatoon in this undated handout photo. A Saskatoon pastor is taking a page out of Charles Schultz's classic "Peanuts" comic strip by offering spiritual advice and a glass of fruit punch at a roadside stand in his neighbourhood.

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St. Patrick's Catholic Church has new priest

During the funeral, Nolte asked if anyone would like to say something. The baby’s 3-year-old brother got up. “That was very cool, because it spoke of childlike faith — knowing that it wasn’t the end as far as the spirit’s concerned,” Nolte said. “It was a grace-filled moment.

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Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth. Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled. Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy. Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God. Ps. 24.4, 5 Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake. Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you. Matthew, 5. 3


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