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Ten members of Congress with most to gain or lose from a shutdown
How she voted : No. What she has to gain: After initially saying she would vote for a spending deal to keep the government open, even if it didn’t include a fix for beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Feinstein voted against the December short term spending bill.

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Ten members of Congress with most to gain or lose from a shutdown
How she voted : No. What she has to gain: After initially saying she would vote for a spending deal to keep the government open, even if it didn’t include a fix for beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Feinstein voted against the December short term spending bill.

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Church services
CATHEDRALS. Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford Sunday 21st January. Third Sunday after the Epiphany 8.30 Holy Communion. 10.00am. Family service. With the Dean. Hymns: Trinity gospel choir Holy communion at 1.15pm every Thurdsday. Down Cathedral, Downpatrick Sundays at 11:30am and Thursdays at 10am with Holy Communion.

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Ten members of Congress with most to gain or lose from a shutdown
How she voted : No. What she has to gain: After initially saying she would vote for a spending deal to keep the government open, even if it didn’t include a fix for beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Feinstein voted against the December short term spending bill.

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Ten members of Congress with most to gain or lose from a shutdown
How she voted : No. What she has to gain: After initially saying she would vote for a spending deal to keep the government open, even if it didn’t include a fix for beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Feinstein voted against the December short term spending bill.

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Father begs for son’s corpse killed by police in Delta, petitions IG
By Perez Brisibe. THE father of a Mechanical Engineering student of the Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe-Oghara who was allegedly shot dead by policemen from the Ekpan Police Division during a clash between two rival youth groups, has petitioned the Inspector General of Police, IGP to facilitate the....

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St. Paul night services speak to those who feel exiled from church tradition
Worshipers gather at nightfall. Order Reprint They quietly slip through the doors of Pilgrim Lutheran Church in St. Paul, light a thin candle, place it near the altar and slide into a pew. The lights are dimmed, creating a sense of stillness. What follows is an hour of Celtic music, drumming,....

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Re:Did I wrong him by telling him my past?
GIFT, the past must always be told to save the future and to avoid a blast from the past. A man who truly loves you will overlook your past for the sake of love. Secondly, the second brother that ran away on account of being told of the past was not really led by God, but by his carnal desire.

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Others should emulate Pastor Adeboye by coming to develop our town —Adimula of Ifewara
You have spent 40 years on the throne but you still look young, can you tell us the secret behind this? If I must be truthful to you and to myself, I will tell you that there is no secret, except the grace which God gave me from the beginning in 1977 till this morning you are talking to me.

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Christians and obeah
Recently, gospel artiste Glacia Robinson, in an interview on TVJ's Entertainment Report with Anthony Miller prior to her Boxing Day concert last December, recounted the dark road she travelled for five years as she battled an unknown illness. Through a spiritual encounter with a pastor in New York,....

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From river baths to world travels - The Dr Sherrefa Burchell testimony - Pt1
Mandeville, Manchester: The small two-bedroom house in the community of Blackshop in St James that housed seven individuals with little to no modern amenities laid the foundation for 27-year-old Dr Sherrefa Burchell and her journey from a humble background to internationally trained science expert and research-centre director.

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Are you ready and waiting, or do you need more time?
ManchesteR: The fact that God has not yet put in His appearance is often taken for granted because we have lived to see another year, another week, another day, and still, 'the clouds have not opened' and some of the events we have been told would signal His coming seem to have been postponed.

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Between rage and abuse: Why people kill their spouses
Akolade Arowolo pastured young people at a branch of Redeemed Christian Church of God in Lagos. One day, last year, he murdered his wife, stabbing her 76 times in “the left eye, right eye, upper chest area, right chest and collar bone.” He claimed his wife was possessed and inflicted the injuries on herself.

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Standing on rock foundation
As we continue to walk together in confidence in the faith, with assurance of eternal life, I occasionally take time, especially, at the beginning of the year to encourage us on foundational and fundamental truths. By Erasmus Makarimayi. The Father of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ is so able, sincere, trustworthy and faithful.

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Campus Pastor Who Officiated Wedding Might Lose Job
University Pastor Officiated a Gay Wedding—Now She Might Lose Her Job. Last April, a Chicago university pastor officiated the wedding of a gay staff member who considered her a close friend. On Friday, Rev. Judy Peterson faces a church disciplinary hearing, and might lose her job permanently.

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Horry County church fire deemed suspicious
A fire that broke out during the early hours of Wednesday morning at a Myrtle Beach area church is considered suspicious, and multiple agencies are investigating. Horry County Fire Rescue crews were called out to battle the blaze at 12:13 a.m. at the Heavenly Grace Ministries Church at 5288....

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Busy thrift shop to close its doors for a few weeks
When the Newton Et Cetera Shop thrift store closes next week, it won’t be for lack of business. They’ve worn out the floor again. “We sell about 1,800 items a day, if that gives you an idea of the activity of the store,” general manager Sara Dick said. “We have about 300 customers a day. We’re a busy place in downtown Newton.

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The man who helped change the world
In a large Victorian house, on a cold winter night in mid-January, a child was born to a black couple, Michael and Alberta King, in a segregated suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Little did they know then that their second-born, first son, was a dreamer, an orator, a philosopher and a leader of men.

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21:03 Dolores O’Riordan working on new Cranberries album when she died
The Cranberries frontwoman Dolores O’Riordan was in London to discuss plans for the band’s latest album when she died. The singer is to be laid to rest in her home town in Ireland next week after she was found dead in a London hotel on Monday aged 46. O’Riordan – who was also a member of alternative rock group D.

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20,000 postcards demanding DACA solution sent to Texas lawmakers
Now, 23 and a mechanical engineering student at the University of Houston, Gutiérrez is among a throng of youthful immigrants and members of the Houston clergy that sent 20,000 postcards to area legislators on Thursday, demanding a permanent solution for members of the controversial immigration program called DACA.

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Fight between Dallas and Frisco pastors shows that church business puts business first
Something just didn't feel right from the start about two churches squaring off in court. But that is the world in which we live: Even places of worship — at least those that aspire to grow and build a brand — are businesses. Which is how I found myself sitting in a Collin County courtroom for three....

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'Everybody is my brother or sister': Pastor Bud Christenson helps refugees, inmates
Eleven months later, my mother and father, Samir, hid me under a bulletproof vest in the back seat of their car as we drove out of town under the guise of "business travel," using my parents' accreditation with NGOs, or nongovernmental organizations, which allowed them to come in and out of the city.

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Law enforcement raids Newsweek and IBT Media offices
The New York office of Newsweek and its parent company, IBT Media, were raided by law enforcement on Thursday, according to numerous reports. “The law enforcement visit is related to a DA investigation that's been going on for over a year," The Outline reported, citing "several sources" in its reporting.

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Strive To Be More Professional—Rev. Obeng To ...
Journalists in Ghana have been advised to strive to be more professional in the discharge of their work and avoid practices that not only affect their reputation but endanger the country as well. Rev. Ransford Obeng, Head pastor of Calvary Charismatic Church in Kumasi who gave the advice noted that....

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Owusu Bempah And Prophet Kobi War Of Words: Pastor Evans Opp...
Dr. Evans Oppong, Head Pastor of City Of Faith Ministry, based in the UK, is calling for a ceasefire in the raging war of words between two highly respected men of God namely Bishop Isaac Owusu Bempah and Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi. In a close to one hour Facebook video, Prophet Dr.

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With flags, salutes, and heavy hearts-- first responders, patriot riders and even strangers paid respect to fallen York County Sheriff Deputy Mike Doty.
YORK COUNTY, S.C. -- With flags, salutes, and heavy hearts-- first responders, patriot riders and even strangers paid respect to fallen York County Sheriff Deputy Mike Doty. Doty was taken back to York County from a Charlotte Hospital where he passed away Wednesday. A procession of dozens of officers traveled down I-77 to a funeral home.

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