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Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
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Blaze damages historic 165-year-old Fredonia church
Firefighters responded Friday evening to a fire in Family Church Fredonia at 19 Church St. in the Village of Fredonia. The fire started about 6:38 p.m. Friday, and was battled by the Fredonia Fire Department, according to Asst. Fire Chief Kurt Maytum. Scott Wise, assistant pastor of the Family....

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Mac's Musings: Trading a gun for a gavel
THIS AND THAT One of the key players in the Cornwall Royals 1980 Memorial Cup championship run was forward Mike Corrigan. In life-after-hockey, the Sudbury native became one of the great ex-Royal success stories. Until last March, the 56-year-old Corrigan was president and chief executive officer of B.

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Southern Baptist leader defends divorce, abuse comments
Wearing a black cowboy hat as he led graduates down the aisle, Paige Patterson set off laughter at Southwestern Baptist Seminary's commencement as he joked about quarreling Baptists. Patterson's advice to abused women not to divorce has set off a huge public backlash among evangelicals - but not at....

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Pakistan-backed Khalistani activists hold anti-India protest outside UN
. A group of Sikh hardliners held a protest outside the office in to demand the release of militants arrested in India. The protest was held at the behest of and was planned by the Sikh Federation (UK), an organization that acts as a sympathizer of a separatist movement in India.

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There may be no Nigeria or general elections in 2019 – Adeboye
General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch A. Adeboye has warned that there might be no Nigeria in 2019, not to talk about a general election. The cleric was quoted as saying on Friday, at the May 2018 Holy Ghost service that there was no way he could continue to....

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Lupe Valdez's immigration record scrutinized as she criticizes Andrew White's 'changing values'
She stormed to first place in the March 6 primary even with low name recognition and few resources to mount a broad campaign. But weeks before the May 22 runoff, immigration activists — primarily from her hometown of Dallas — are casting the former Dallas County sheriff as a tool used to deport....

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Baringo South MP Kipchoim laid to rest in Mochongoi
Deputy President William Ruto is leading thousands of mourners at the burial of the late Baringo South MP Grace Kipchoim. Kipchoim died on April 20 at Nairobi Hospital where she was admitted after her health deteriorated. The 49-year-old had suffered from acute colon cancer for close to two years.

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Radio Presentation And DJing Are Different Th...
Veteran Disc Jockey, Rev. Azigiza Jnr has said a broadcaster with the ability to man a console does not necessarily qualify as a DJ. According to the DJ turned Pastor, the art of Djing requires a special skill that a broadcaster or presenter does not have.

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KNUT members storm union towers demand removal of Sossion
- They claimed he did not serve them well since he got nominated to parliament. - The members also said they were ready to swear-in Hesbon as the new SG. - Sossion's suspension from as the SG had been temporarily by the High court. Several members of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT)....

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'Krugersdorp Killers' torn by plea bargains
Johannesburg - The five “Krugersdorp Killers” linked to 11 murders look set to turn on each other, with at least two of the accused in plea negotiations that will likely damn the suspected ringleaders. Zak Valentine, Cecilia Steyn, Marinda Steyn (no relation) and her two adult children, Marcel and....

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Oklahoma gubernatorial candidates split on faith-based adoption bill
Oklahoma candidates for governor are split on whether adoption services should be able to cite their religious beliefs in denying placement to prospective parents, including same-sex couples. Some Republicans said they back legislation now before Gov. Mary Fallin that would allow groups to receive....

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Africa’s tiny opposition parties have a plan to take on the political behemoths in power
May 03, 2018 Quartz africa South Africa’s main opposition leader Mmusi Maimane tried to visit detained Zambian opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema in May last year. He never got past immigration officials. The trip was an attempt to show that southern Africa’s normally weak political opposition....

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There may be no election in 2019, Pastor Adeboye says
The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has expressed that there may not be an election in 2019. Pastor Adeboye stated that it was not a prophecy, but just a reasoning following the many troubles ongoing in the country.

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Lagos pastor and General Overseer of Ever Winning Faith Ministries Lagos, Rev Solomon Ojigiri, who clocked 50 last Sunday, shared with SUNDAY OGUNTOLA his harrowing experiences growing up without a father. Excerpts: How was growing up without a father? It was not funny or palatable at all.

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Neighbors making noise complaints about church
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- How loud is too loud? Some neighbors in the Ballantyne area say their new neighbor is too noisy: Lots of people and loud music. It may sound like a teenage party, but it’s not; it’s a church. The neighbors complaining decided to “Get McGinty” to help turn the volume down.

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Six buried at Pauper's Funeral
Six bagpipers played as six people were buried Friday morning at the Graniteville Cemetery. The Aiken County Coroner’s Office buried six people at the annual Pauper’s Burial Service. The pauper's burial is for people whose bodies have gone unclaimed or there weren’t funds for a funeral service.

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Jackson Co. churches repair home of double amputee
ALTUS, OK (KSWO) - A double amputee in Altus says he's thankful after members of several churches came together to fix up his home. Alexander Castillo, who lost both of his legs due to complications of diabetes, says the improvements to his home wouldn't have been possible without the help of the Altus community.

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Cinco de Mayo 2018: Find Your Fiesta Around Miami
MIAMI BEACH, FL — If you can count to five in Spanish, you are more than ready for Saturday's Cinco de Mayo celebration. Patch has you covered with a list of mouth watering salutes to our southern neighbor that will leave you doing the hat dance on Collins Avenue, Brickell, Miracle Mile or wherever the margarita trail takes you.

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Women Making a Difference: Houston's March of Dimes Ambassador Mom 51 Mins Becoming a mother can expose some of life's greatest complexities and challenges --
HOUSTON Sara Donchey - Becoming a mother can expose some of life’s greatest complexities and challenges -- something Shannon Alexander knows all too well. Alexander is a mother of two, and serves as the 2018 March of Dimes March for Babies Ambassador Mom. Premature birth is the No.

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Home surveillance records train colliding with vehicle in Tuscaloosa Co.
TUSCALOOSA COUNTY, AL (WBRC) - A train collided with a vehicle yesterday in Tuscaloosa County, and a home surveillance video caught it all. Pastor Michael Feltman sent us this video of the incident, which happened in Coker. The wreck occurred Thursday at 7:33 p.m. There were no injuries. Copyright 2018 WBRC.

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Continue reading Faith leaders slam Texas lawmaker's 'hateful rhetoric' against Euless city council candidate
A band of clergy leaders, along with the organization Faith in Texas, have denounced remarks by Rep. Jonathan Stickland of Bedford regarding Euless city council candidate Salman Bhojani - in particular, singling out his Muslim faith. "We lament that some who claim the name of Christ treat those who....

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House chaplain sees anti-Catholic bias in his treatment
The abrupt ouster and reinstatement of the U.S. House chaplain are exposing tensions among House Republicans about the role of a vocal Jesuit Catholic priest in Congress in the era of Pope Francis. The Rev. Patrick J. Conroy, who was forced out by Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.

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10 Reasons to Netflix & Chill this weekend and throughout the month
As you prep your weekend plans, you may want to rethink that Cinco de Mayo fiesta and opt for a quiet evening at home with your boo, a bottle of wine, and Netflix. The streaming service has a ton of new projects headed our way this month and we’ve got the rundown of offerings you may have missed,....

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Baptist Association Boots Church Because Their Pastor Isn’t Anti-Gay
A Baptist association has voted to remove a West Virginia church from its local association because its pastor is not anti-gay. The Fairmont Baptist Association voted the First Baptist Church of Fairmont out of fellowship, after its pastor, Val Gittings, reaffirmed her affirming views on homosexuality to its board members.

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Pastor's signs combines love of church and hockey
Cassie Moore listed off her husband’s favorite things in order. “His Savior, Jesus, me, and our two dogs,” she said with a grin. “After that, it’s probably the Lightning.” As in his favorite hockey franchise, the Tampa Bay Lightning . Tyler grew up in St. Petersburg and fell in love with the Lightning around 2010.

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It’s time we got serious about churches we have
In Summary. In 2015, former Attorney General Githu Muigai proposed some very tough regulations that I think we need to seriously revisit. We would like to see bank statements, assets and liabilities made public, so that we know these are truly men and women of God. Advertisement.

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