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Shocker: Popular Pastor Orders Church Members To Eat Pieces Of Cloth During Church Service
Popular Pastor Orders Church Members To Eat Pieces Of Cloth During Church Service. Pastor Penuel Mnguni of South Africa, who is considered to be one the weirdest pastors in contemporary times, has done it again. This time, during his church service on Sunday July 3rd, he prayed over a piece of cloth and commanded it to turn to food.

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'Gay rights activists' likely to blame for graffiti on church sign, Spruce Grove pastor says
A Spruce Grove pastor who took part in a May rally against Bill 10 is blaming "gay activists" for spray painting graffiti over a sign outside his church. RCMP have launched an investigation and say they seized evidence from the scene but don't consider the graffiti a hate crime.

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Prime Minister Welcomes Health Centre Donated By GSI
Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Mrs. Colette Roberts-Risden (2nd left), assists President of the Inter-American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Pastor Israel Leito (left), to cut the ribbon for the official opening of the new health centre located at....

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Mazuruse Unveils Album
"I have been in the industry as a producer but now this album launch marks the beginning of my musical journey" Producer and musician Forward Mazuruse unveiled his debut album "Jesu Ndiye Zvese" in style on Saturday in the capital. Several arts personalities that included musicians Noel Zembe,....

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Popular pastor turns cloth to food (photos)
South African controversial pastor, Penuel Mnguni, has turned a piece of cloth into food. According to the Facebook page of the church, End Times Disciples Ministries, the prophet demonstrated God’s power by doing so. He later gave his members to eat. Read the caption and see photos below: ”Demonstration of Gods power.

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News FOX13 uncovers violent past of Memphis Pastor DJ Roker
The violent past of Memphis Pastor Damond “DJ” Roker is being uncovered after FOX13 obtained an affidavit from 2006 involving the man many go to hear preach on a weekly basis. Roker, who is listed as the pastor at Redemptive Life Church, is currently behind bars after police say he raped a girl....

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Polish presidents, intellectuals, public figures ask Ukraine to forgive historical crimes
12:46 Jul. 5, 2016 Polish presidents, intellectuals, public figures ask Ukraine to forgive historical crimes. People hold tied Polish, right, and Ukrainian flags during a demonstration supporting the opposition movement in Ukraine, in Warsaw, Poland, Feb.

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Zimbabwe on edge- Planned ‘shut down’ set for tomorrow
Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare was yesterday rocked by violent protests as different pressure groups prepare for what they have called, ‘Shut down Zimbabwe’ set for tomorrow. The shut-down was mooted on social media through a campaign named #ThisFlag started by a clergyman, Pastor Evan Mawarire.

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Dzidzai Paving Her Way Into Hall of Fame
By Ruth Butaumocho. Forget about Sophie Ndaba's antics as Queen Moroka in "Generations" and the bubbly personality she displays whenever the cameras roll on her. You will find the same if not more in Zimbabwean actress Dzidzai Sithole, who is slowly paving her way in the country's hall of fame in the arts.

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Pastor accused of taking state grant money for bogus program
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Nashville-area church pastor and his associate have been indicted on charges accusing them of securing grant money for an addiction treatment program that did not exist. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says Mount Hopewell Baptist Church pastor Clinton Lewis and Andre....

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Oshimhole betryed Jonathan - Former Minister of Foreign Affairs
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Chief Tom Ikimi, is claiming that former President Goodluck Jonathan helped Governor Adams Oshiomhole win his 2012 re-election. Chief Ikimi disclosed that the party was set to drop Governor Oshiomhole after his first term but that Oshiomhole begged him to be given a second term ticket.

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Vatican rep wants Caribbean countries to share resources
Georgetown, Guyana: The Vatican knows it cannot directly influence political decisions of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) but Alex Thomas, Pope Francis' representative at this week's regional summit, says he hopes the leaders meeting here in Georgetown will be guided by their Christian value systems and an interest to ‘share resources’.

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Man killed for pet birds
AN AUTOPSY at the Forensic Science Centre in St James yesterday confirmed that Chung Ramkissoon, 85, who was found dead with his hands and feet bound in his Couva home last Friday, died from asphyxia. The victim’s nephew Chunilal Ramoo yesterday said the only things missing from Ramkissoon’s house were his four birds, valued $25,000.

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The secret pact between Jonathan and Oshiomhole leaked
– Former minister, Tom Ikimi has revealed that Governor Adams Oshiomhole and former President Goodluck Jonathan actually reached an agreement. – He said the agreement helped Oshiomhole to win the 2012 second term election, but that the governor betrayed the president after the victory.

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Former Opposition MP Mubhawu Cautioned Over Domestic Violence
By Fungai Lupande. Former MDC-T MP Timothy Mubhawu was yesterday warned by the court against assaulting his wife before his domestic violence case was withdrawn. Harare magistrate Mr Vakayi Chikwekwe expressed concern over the decision by Mubhawu's wife, Molleen Elizabeth, to have the matter withdrawn before plea.

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Dozens Injured in As Rival Pentecostal Church Members Fight
Amolatar Police in Amolatar District have arrested more than 10 people suspected to have led an attack at Arwotcek Pentecostal Assemblies of God (PAG) Church on Sunday that left dozens injured. The suspects, all members of PAG Lira Limited, allegedly attacked another faction under PAG Uganda. They were reportedly armed with machetes and knives.

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Defense: Ruling an out for Suhl
In a last-minute effort to topple a federal bribery case that took years to hone and is set for trial next week, defense attorneys say a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling nullifies the charges against Arkansas businessman Ted Suhl. The last-minute "save" cited by Suhl's defense team is the high....

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UALR chancellor hangs up his cap
Joel Anderson stood at the top of a staircase at the Jack Stephens Center and looked out. He was stoic, with the corner of his mouth curving upward as he saw the smiles, tears and hugs. To his left milled a thinning crowd of graduates, families and friends. To his right stretched the expanse that is the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

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UKIP's only MP, Douglas Carswell, says UKIP is still needed ...
Nachricht von firstthings.com: Fr Douglas Bazi is a Chaldean Catholic priest in his native Iraq, where he served as pastor of a parish in Baghdad during the American-led invasion . “We Know that We Are Going To Be Killed”. He suffered several acts of violence during the unrest that followed,....

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Coeur d'Alene police chief headed to White House
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho (AP) — Coeur d'Alene Police Chief Lee White is scheduled to meet with law enforcement leaders and White House officials to discuss ways to build public trust and confidence in the justice system while maintaining public safety. The Coeur d'Alene Press reports (http://bit.

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Letters
In emotional embrace. For three days in a row last week, this paper had very moving photos on the front page, each featuring two women in highly emotional embraces. Wednesday and Thursday, the women shown were suffering deeply from the loss of loved ones who had been massacred in Turkey by men....

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Ex-MDC-T MP cautioned over domestic violence
Former MDC-T MP Timothy Mubhawu was yesterday warned by the court against assaulting his wife before his domestic violence case was withdrawn. Harare magistrate Mr Vakayi Chikwekwe expressed concern over the decision by Mubhawu's wife, Molleen Elizabeth, to have the matter withdrawn before plea. "It is unfortunate that the court's hands are tied.

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Betty Wolf
Champaign, Illinois. Betty Lou (Tucker) Wolf, 88, a former Westport resident, passed away peacefully at 3:14 p.m. Saturday, July 2, 2016, at her residence in Champaign, Illinois. She was born on March 10, 1928, in Clarksburg, Indiana, the daughter of Frank and Eloise (Linville) Tucker.

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A little done by Pakistan police for safety of Christians: AHRC
The AHRC has said in one of its reports that police have done little to protect the community from the vengeful Muslim mass which is being often incited by local clerics who have leveled unsubstantiated allegations of blasphemy against Christians. Citing information received from the Christian True....

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ISTDAL: Redefining town unionism in the Diaspora
Town unions over the years have played key roles in the life of communities especially in Igbo land, designed essentially for self-help in areas of road constructions and maintenance, security of lives and property; social activities such as funerals, festivals, marriages, commercial activities and welfare among others.

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Today is Tuesday, July 5, the 187th day of 2016
. There are 179 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED PRESS. On this date in: 1687: Isaac Newton first publishes his Principia Mathematica, a three-volume work setting out his mathematical principles of natural philosophy. 1811: Venezuela becomes the first South American country to declare independence from Spain.

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