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SOAR TO SUCCESS with Pastor Olu Famous
I have a lot I'm attending to at the moment, couple with Ministry's demands. So, please, I won't be able to attend to more people for now. However, from next month I'll be free to attend to more people desiring Divine Intervention in their life, family, career, business, etc. Thank you all for your understanding.

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Seasons Of Our Lives
Eddie Cross | All humans experience seasons – those dictated by the weather and those dictated by our individual histories and events that pick us up and throw us into the future. We have little choice over either except in our limited abilities to pack up and move and at any one point in time 150....

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eNCA | Embattled Just Coal CEO's legal woes worsen
Embattled Just Coal CEO's legal woes worsen. Embattled Just Coal CEO Joe Singh’s legal woes have a turned for the worst. Photo: ANA. JOHANNESBURG - Embattled Just Coal CEO and pastor Joe Singh’s legal woes have a turned for the worst as a docket of in which he is accused of fraud has been....

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15-year-old boy launches police chase after stealing school bus
Boy, 15, steals church bus and leads police on wild high speed chase weaving in and out of traffic before officers manage to pull him over A 15-year-old boy in Fort Bend County, Texas stole a church's school bus He then wildly weaved in and out of traffic, launching a police chase on March 23; Dash....

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One victim of Humboldt crash misidentified, ministry says
The ministry says Labelle is injured but alive. Labelle, 18, is defenceman from Saskatoon. He is a top student and a flourishing piano player. He is “very, very respectful and he worked very hard,” Jim McIntyre, governor of the Saskatoon Contacts, told the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix. Labelle played for the Contacts before the Broncos.

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‘This is the valley of darkness’: Humboldt Broncos chaplain
The chaplain of the Humboldt Broncos hockey team was in tears as he recalled the horrific scene of the bus crash on Friday that killed 15 members of the team. “We travelled up and arrived at the scene … and walked upon a scene I never want to see again,” Pastor Sean Brandow told thousands at a vigil Sunday.

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#100%NotBehindZuma!
Ntsiki Ncayiyana, deputy president of Amadelangokubona Business Forum, a member of the deeply dodgy business fraternity bankrolling support for former president Jacob Zuma’s latest frolic with the criminal justice system, says calls for donations were made to pay for buses to transport supporters to court on Friday.

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Canada Grieves After Junior Hockey Team Bus Crash Leaves 15 Dead
HUMBOLDT, Saskatchewan—Fifteen people were killed when a bus carrying a Canadian junior ice hockey team collided with a truck in Saskatchewan province, police said on Saturday, in one of the worst disasters to strike Canada ‘s sporting community. The tragedy sent shock waves through the....

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Dublin, CA
Terminix has revealed the 25 most termite-infested cities in the country, and several California cities landed on the list. Two new rides are coming to this year's 18-day extravaganza. See concert line-up. And will the opening day Main Street cattle drive return? "Enough is enough.

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Police arrest one over Edo pastor’s murder
Alexander Okere, Benin. The Edo State Police Command has arrested one suspect in connection with the killing of a pastor, the late Pius Eromosele, in the Ovia North-East Local Government Area of the state. The Commissioner of Police, Mr. Johnson Kokumo, confirmed the arrest on Sunday.

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SONS THREATEN TO STOP FUNERAL
KONTSHINGILA Disgruntled sons of the late FA Executive Committee member Philip ‘Big Daddy’ Dlamini caused a mini-drama at his funeral. The children, who the late football administrator sired outside wedlock, wanted the funeral procession stopped early yesterday morning for the family to discuss why....

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Seattle civil-rights leader dies at 91
SEATTLE (AP) � The pre-eminent civil-rights leader in Seattle has died. The Seattle Times reports the Rev. Dr. Samuel B. McKinney died Saturday at an assisted-living center in Seattle. He was 91. McKinney took part in civil-rights demonstrations in Seattle, Alabama and Washington, D.C. in the 1960s, and talked his college classmate, the Rev.

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Rev. Samuel McKinney’s legacy remembered by congregation at Seattle’s Mount Zion Baptist Church
The services at Seattle’s historic Mount Zion Baptist Church paused Sunday to remember the life and contributions of longtime pastor the Rev. Dr. Samuel B. McKinney, who died Saturday. The congregation of Seattle’s Mount Zion Baptist Church paused on Sunday to remember the Rev. Dr. Samuel B.

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Seattle civil-rights leader dies at 91
SEATTLE (AP) The pre-eminent civil-rights leader in Seattle has died. The Seattle Times reports the Rev. Dr. Samuel B. McKinney died Saturday at an assisted-living center in Seattle. He was 91. McKinney took part in civil-rights demonstrations in Seattle, Alabama and Washington, D.C. in the 1960s, and talked his college classmate, the Rev.

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Sen. Orji flags of Umuariaga Ikwuano ring road
It was all joy and admiration weekend as the senator representing Abia Central in the Senate, Theodore Orji, mounted the bulldozer to flag off the Umuariaga ring road in Ikwuano LGA. Reacting to the expression of happiness and adoption for the second term by the people of the area, the Senator,....

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Ebonyi 2019: 17 aspirants to jostle for APC guber ticket
As politicians begin permutations and consultations with stakeholders ahead of 2019 general elections, not few than 17 persons will jostle for the governorship ticket of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ebonyi State, The Daily Times has gathered.

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Free food to feed the hungry
A FOODBANK drive at Orion Springfield Central will help distribute food to hungry people in the Greater Springfield area every day. Westside Community Care Pastor Phil Cutcliffe said he had been distributing food in the area for more than 20 years. "When I first moved here I noticed some were struggling in the area,” he said.

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Do convicted criminals deserve a second chance? One man's incredible story offers a clue
The magnitude of the prison crisis that plagues our country is striking. Almost 2.3 million Americans sit behind bars, while nearly one-third of American adults have a criminal history – a serious detriment to their ability to earn a living and support a family.

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Connelly: Dr. McKinney — regal civil rights warrior who fought in the trenches
"The Mountain" played a central role in moving mountains. Seattle, in the early 1960's, extended a cold shoulder to its African-American citizens. The City Council resisted open housing legislation: Three incumbents were reelected in 1963 based on their opposition to housing integration.

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The church and politics, the Zimbabwean perspective
21 mins ago | Views. Chaguta The church has played a major role in Zimbabwean politics. It has moulded good leaders and has been idiolated by bad leaders too. Every politician in Zimbabwe has had an inclination towards religion. Some took advantage of religion and abused religion.

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Church leaders trying to attract new followers from racial, ethnic minorities
When they moved to Owen Sound 10 years ago, John Johnson and his family were the only non-white people in his church. Over the years, a few other non-white members joined Rockcliffe Pentecostal Church, which Johnson describes as “one big family.” The father of two finds the church so welcoming that....

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Church leaders turn to racial, ethnic minorities as congregations dwindle
When they moved to Owen Sound 10 years ago, John Johnson and his family were the only non-white people in his church. Over the years, a few other non-white members joined Rockcliffe Pentecostal Church, which Johnson describes as "one big family." The father of two finds the church so welcoming that....

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Church leaders welcome ethnic, racial minority followers
"From a theological perspective, we'd say that reflects heaven. Heaven's a place where every people is present — every tribe, every tongue, every nation," said Merv Budd, senior minister at North Burlington Baptist Church in Burlington, Ont. The 170-member congregation is predominantly white, but....

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Church leaders trying to attract new followers from racial, ethnic minorities
When they moved to Owen Sound 10 years ago, John Johnson and his family were the only non-white people in his church. Over the years, a few other non-white members joined Rockcliffe Pentecostal Church, which Johnson describes as "one big family." The father of two finds the church so welcoming that....

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Divorce is an epidemic that causes as much pain as any disease -- so why don't we treat it that way?
It was fifteen minutes past starting time when I began introducing myself to the group, waiting to ensure everyone had arrived. A knock came at the door. I opened the door, certain these two young handsome men in their early 30’s were in the wrong room. “Can I help you?” I asked, they must have mistaken this room for another group.

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Church leaders welcome ethnic, racial minority followers
"From a theological perspective, we'd say that reflects heaven. Heaven's a place where every people is present — every tribe, every tongue, every nation," said Merv Budd, senior minister at North Burlington Baptist Church in Burlington, Ont. The 170-member congregation is predominantly white, but....

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