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SDA commits to community assistance programmes
Thousands of Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church members attended a one-week church conference in Chipinge where the denomination committed its self to a number of community assistance programmes including construction of health facilities. Helping the needy is part of Christian values with the....

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Beaumont's oldest black church celebrating 150th anniversary
BEAUMONT, Texas (AP) — From its beginnings in the years after the Civil War, Beaumont's oldest black church has witnessed the establishment of the area's first black public school, weathered desegregation and this year will celebrate 150 years as a "beacon of light in the community." "Born and raised" in St.

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Aretha honored at Sunday service at father's Baptist church
Congregants celebrated the life of Aretha Franklin at her father's Baptist church in Detroit at the first Sunday service since her death, with her powerful voice again ringing out within its walls in tribute to her spectacular career. Civil rights activist and former presidential candidate Jesse....

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Aretha honored at Sunday service at father's Baptist church
The New Bethel Baptist Church -- located in a down-at-heel, quiet neighborhood of Detroit -- has been the focus of tributes to Franklin, who passed away from advanced pancreatic cancer on Thursday at age 76. "It's a happy day and a sad day," Pastor Robert Smith Jr said at the start of the service. "We are sad that Aretha has gone," he said.

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No respite in sight for Turkish lira, European equities
Dubai: The woes of Turkey and its currency lira seem to be far from over, at least in the short term. After losing 11.5 per cent of its value last week, Turkish lira may be in for a free fall even as holidays this week are expected to keep trading thin.

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Thanksgiving Service – Honouring a Legacy
RESPONSE BY PRINCE MANGOSUTHU BUTHELEZI MP INKOSI OF THE BUTHELEZI CLAN PRESIDENT OF THE INKATHA FREEDOM PARTY AND TRADITIONAL PRIME MINISTER TO THE ZULU MONARCH AND NATION. Durban Exhibition Centre: 19 August 2018. Blessed be the name of our God and Father, whose mercies endure forever.

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Turkey can count on Iran’s support in face of sanctions
Being sanctioned by the US, which has played the most significant role in harming and destroying Turkey in the past years, has revealed the true nature of Washington to Ankara. Amerika Birleşik Devletleri (ABD) is the way Turkish people call the United States of America.

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Zimbabwe regime worships human heroes more than God
As Zimbabwe lays to rest another ZANU PF-declared national hero, the late Thokozile Angela Matutu, one can not help but be bewildered as to why this regime pays more respect to human heroes more than it does Jehovah God. As much as we truly respect and honour these gallant men and women who fought....

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Church group's opposition stuns advocates of 'tort reform'
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - So-called tort reform has been an easy sell in states controlled by Republicans, and backers of a lawsuit-limiting proposal on the ballot in Arkansas this fall expected little trouble winning passage until they ran into a surprising obstacle from a reliable conservative ally.

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We See Your Game And Challenge Ä°t,' Erdogan Says
Turkish President Erdogan says his country will not surrender to those who try to make it a ‘strategic target’ Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday warned against threatening his country with sanctions. "Some are threatening us with economy, sanctions, exchange rates, interests and inflation.

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Presidential Villa roundup from Aug. 12 to Aug. 18, 2018
Acting President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo: Directing the affairs of the nation in the absence of President Muhammadu Buhari. Acting President Yemi Osinbajo continued to take charge of activities at the presidential villa as President Muhammadu Buhari enjoyed his vacation in London.

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Oak Cliff priest accused of molesting three teens, stealing from St. Cecilia parish, has disappeared
Rev. Edmundo Paredes, the longtime pastor at St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Oak Cliff, is under investigation for molesting three teenage boys in the parish a decade ago and for stealing from the parish, churchgoers learned Sunday morning. Paredes has fled and his whereabouts are unknown, though....

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Jesus was homeless but his agents live in the lap of luxury
As they were walking along the road, someone said to Jesus, “I will follow You wherever You go.” Jesus replied, “Foxes have dens and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has no place to lay His head.” (Luke 9:57-58 ). Pastors across the world have adopted sophisticated and flamboyant....

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Erdogan: Bitter pills: President's possible remedies for Turkey crisis
The crash in the Turkish lira sparked by US sanctions has left President Recep Tayyip Erdogan facing the biggest economic challenge of his one-and-a-half decades in power. The lira has recently clawed back some of its losses, but economists say Turkey still urgently needs to address imbalances in its economy and avert a full-blown crisis.

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Turkey, US to conduct joint patrols in Syria's Manbij
World Bulletin / News Desk. Turkey and United States will begin "joint patrols" in northern Syria's Manbij to stabilize the region under a roadmap that focuses on the withdrawal of PKK-affiliated YPG terror group, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Sunday.

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We're sanctioning everybody, and that's an awfully expensive way of making a statement
Sanctions have become a principal tool of U.S. foreign policy. There are reasons to doubt the wisdom of this. The U.S. maintains a current sanctions regimen, to identify only the biggies, against Russia, Iran, Turkey, North Korea, Venezuela and Cuba. We apply sanctions for a variety of reasons. Some are supposedly for human rights violations.

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Family Council stirs opposition to tort proposal on Arkansas ballot
A Christian group has begun rallying churches and abortion opponents against a lawsuit-limiting proposal that's on the Arkansas ballot this fall. The group says limiting damages awarded in lawsuits sets an arbitrary value on human life, is contrary to anti-abortion beliefs, and conflicts with biblical principles of justice and helping the poor.

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Update - Turkey, US To Conduct Joint Patrols Ä°n Syria's Manbij
Turkey and United States will begin "joint patrols" in northern Syria's Manbij to stabilize the region under a roadmap that focuses on the withdrawal of PKK-affiliated YPG terror group, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Sunday. Speaking at a joint news conference with his Serbian counterpart....

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Erdogan vows Turkey will not be cowed by US
Ankara (AFP) - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared Saturday that his country would not be cowed by the United States, his latest broadside in the bitter feud between Ankara and Washington. The two NATO members are at odds over Turkey's detention of an American pastor, which has triggered....

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Andrew Brunson: Why has Turkey detained Christian pastor at centre of diplomatic crisis with US?
When Andrew Brunson saw a police summons on his door in late summer 2016, the US evangelical pastor thought it was a routine appointment to sort out his residency papers in Turkey , his home for nearly a quarter of a century. He went to the police station on October 7, 2016, was detained and later charged with involvement in a coup attempt.

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Church group's opposition stuns advocates of 'tort reform'
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — So-called tort reform has been an easy sell in states controlled by Republicans, and backers of a lawsuit-limiting proposal on the ballot in Arkansas this fall expected little trouble winning passage until they ran into a surprising obstacle from a reliable conservative ally.

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Kajiado pastor on the run after clobbering wife
- He is said to be in the habit of beating his wife even before his children and neighbours. - The wife escaped hospital after the husband’s relatives tried compelling her to withdraw the case from police. Police in Ngong, Kajiado County are in hot pursuit of a local preacher who viciously attacked....

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Zimbabwe regime worships human heroes more than God - no wonder the endless problems!
As much as we truly respect and honour these gallant men and women who fought and lost so much in order for this country to be free from colonial rule, we need to always acknowledge that there is a greater power who has sovereign reign over this great nation.

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Cecaba shows force in NBAC
The Cebu Eastern College Alumni Basketball Association (Cecaba) showed their force as they crushed GMA-7 Kapuso, 130-95, in the opening game of the Newsmen Basketball Association (NBAC) 2018 Season in the Cebu Eastern College gym yesterday. The exhibition game between Cecaba and GMA-7 Kapuso was....

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Bitter Pills: Erdogan's Possible Remedies for Turkey Crisis
The crash in the Turkish lira sparked by U.S. sanctions has left President Recep Tayyip Erdogan facing the biggest economic challenge of his one-and-a-half decades in power. The lira has recently clawed back some of its losses, but economists say Turkey still urgently needs to address imbalances in its economy and avert a full-blown crisis.

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First United Methodist Church in Wallingford has new pastor
WALLINGFORD — First United Methodist Church has a new, 27-year-old pastor who wants to revitalize the church. “I want us to be a healthy, growing congregation,” said the Rev. Jacob Eun. Eun began performing Sunday services at the church, 941 Old Rock Hill Road, on July 1.

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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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