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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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The Latest: Zimbabwe rally called to 'remove Mugabe'
A poster circulating in Zimbabwe's capital is calling on citizens to rally on Saturday to "remove Mugabe from power." Calls for the solidarity march to the State House say both the military and the opposition are supporting it. "We can't have a 93-year-old person ruling more than 15 million people," the poster says.

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Oyo First Lady Tasks Women on Leadership Roles
Mary Ekah The wife of the governor of Oyo State, Mrs. Florence Ajimobi, has said that for values and morals to return to the Nigeria society, which at the moment is filled with all sorts of decadences, women have to take up their leadership roles accurately.

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Theatre: Little Women the Musical at Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester
This musical adaptation of the adored semi-autobiographical novel by Louisa May Alcott tells the story of the four March sisters growing up in Concord, Massachusetts, during the American Civil War. Their father, a pastor, is away with the Union troops.

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Journalist-turned-pastor who led historic church restoration dead at 52
Salatheia Bryant-Honors, a journalist who found a second career in pastoral ministry and presided over the renovation of a historic Galveston church, died last week. She was 52. Skills developed as news reporter and a passion for social justice set the stage for a final assignment that would place lives, souls and institutions under her care.

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Pastor helps bring hope to those in need in Puerto Rico
. In the chaotic early days following Hurricane Maria, Pastor Humberto “Bert” Pizarro launched a disaster relief network that in many ways has outpaced the federal response. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Nation's Conversation.

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'Maynard' commemorates legacy of Atlanta's first black mayor
Before Maynard Jackson Jr., no African-American had ever been mayor of a major city in the American South. In 1973, Jackson, a 35-year-old lawyer who served as Atlanta’s vice-mayor, took charge of the city with a whopping 60 percent of the vote, knocking incumbent Sam Massell out of City Hall.

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NOPJF Stake Out for Justice is 'Love Blue, Live NOLA' at luncheon
Gallery: New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation Stake out for Justice Luncheon 2017 For attendees of the New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation 22 nd annual Stake Out for Justice Luncheon, it wasn't hard to live up to the event's motto: "Love Blue, Live NOLA.

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Zimbabwe latest: Mugabe seeks to cling on to power by declaring himself only 'legitimate' leader
But in a fast paced day of tension and drama Mr Mugabe was making a last ditch attempt to cling on to power. He rejected a proposal under which he would step down allowing Emmerson Mnangagwa, nicknamed "The Crocodile" a bitter opponent of Grace Mugabe sacked earlier this month as vice-president, to....

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Church and tithe: True or trite talk?
Fola Ojo. In a few of my treatises via this medium, I have shovelled out some chastisement of the church and some of its wayward leaders. I chose the route because I believe that true men of God must stand against societal misdeeds, not promote them. They must stand to correct what ails the society and not complicate them.

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Kadavu men charged for unlawful cultivation of illicit drugs
Update: 12:16PM THIRTEEN people were arrested following a one week drug raid operation conducted by the Fiji Police Force in Kadavu. Police chief of operations, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Rusiate Tudravu said a 30-year-old pastor is amongst 10 people brought to Suva.

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Rethinking security: Area churches step up their game
Related Coverage AUSTINTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Violent church attacks like the one in Texas are making local churches think hard about the measures they take to keep members safe. Sgt. Cristobal Ruiz said police have always monitored churches in the Canfield area but now they’re increasing their presence around town.

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Pastors Defend Moore Against Allegations As He Refuses To Step Down
Pastors and self-proclaimed pro-family leaders defended Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore at a Thursday press conference, denouncing allegations and presenting a signed petition declaring his morality. Faith2Action president Janet Porter and Dr. Steven Hotze, CEO of Restore Our Godly Heritage PAC,....

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Alabama religious leaders stand behind Roy Moore against allegations -- as it happened
'Pro-family' leaders in Alabama are standing with Judge Roy Moore as he faces growing allegations of sexual misconduct. Leaders of various religious organizations held a press conference, announcing their support of the candidate and presenting a letter signed by "pro-family leaders and pastors from across the nation.

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News Electronic glasses help blind woman see 20/20 Electronic glasses help blind woman see 20/20 Britny Belskis is legally blind. She recently got electronic glasses that allow her to see 20/20. News 26 minutes ago
You'd never know having a conversation with her that Britny Belskis is legally blind. She's severely near-sighted. “From where we're sitting together, I can't see your face,” she told 10News reporter Grady Trimble, who was sitting just feet away from her.

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Tampa church's gun zone sign goes viral
The sign from the pastors at The River at Tampa Bay Church says it all. “Welcome to The River at Tampa Bay Church right of admission reserved this is private property. Please know this is not a gun free zone we are heavily armed any attempt will be dealt with deadly force yes we are a church and we will protect our people.

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Church puts up sign warning of guns
A local pastor put up a sign telling visitors that guns are allowed inside the building.

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Detroit priest's beatification will bring him one step away from sainthood
Casey, born in 1870 in Oak Grove, Wis., was a member of the Capuchin Franciscan Order of St. Joseph and helped start the Capuchin Soup Kitchen in Detroit. “Father Solanus is, in some ways, one of the premier citizens of our city,” Detroit Archbishop Allen Vigneron said.

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Several Anniston groups to offer meals on Thanksgiving
Elston said the fellowship’s founder, Pastor Michael Truss of New Birth Christian Center in Oxford, organized a turkey giveaway in Talladega and Anniston last year, but wanted to focus on one location this year, and chose to target Anniston. “We know that there's an underlying need in the Anniston area regarding to the homeless,” Elston said.

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Charges expected for Carthage pastor after hunting dog goes missing
LEAKE COUNTY, MS (Mississippi News Now) - Authorities say charges are expected for a Carthage pastor after a well-loved hunting dog went missing. The dog's owner said it was not uncommon for yellow lab "Bo" to go out to hunting grounds to help other hunters track down wounded deer.

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Charges expected for Carthage pastor after hunting dog goes missing
LEAKE COUNTY, MS (Mississippi News Now) - Authorities say charges are expected for a Carthage pastor after a well-loved hunting dog went missing. The dog's owner said it was not uncommon for yellow lab "Bo" to go out to hunting grounds to help other hunters track down wounded deer.

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Pastor reveals ‘dirty little secret’ to Texas educators, teaches them how to vote out ‘stupid’
Now he has most of BigEd behind him. He's the guest of honor at next month's Friends of Texas Schools' gala in Waco. Dirty little secret. "I'll tell you a dirty little secret," Johnson told the standing-room-only crowd. "Nobody holding office wants you to vote....

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Charges expected for Carthage pastor after hunting dog goes missing
LEAKE COUNTY, MS (Mississippi News Now) - Authorities say charges are expected for a Carthage pastor after a well-loved hunting dog went missing. The dog's owner said it was not uncommon for yellow lab "Bo" to go out to hunting grounds to help other hunters track down wounded deer.

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Regional summit expected to formalize terms of Mugabe exit
A person passes a newspaper headline in Harare, Zimbabwe, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. People across the country are starting another day of uncertainty amid quiet talks to resolve the country's political turmoil and the likely end of President Robert Mugabe's decades-long rule.

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Charges expected for Carthage pastor after hunting dog goes missing
LEAKE COUNTY, MS (Mississippi News Now) - Authorities say charges are expected for a Carthage pastor after a well-loved hunting dog went missing. The dog's owner said it was not uncommon for yellow lab "Bo" to go out to hunting grounds to help other hunters track down wounded deer.

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Nanny Faye returns to Upstate for Sanders Family Christmas gospel musical
LIBERTY, SC (FOX Carolina) - Chrisley Knows Best star Nanny Faye will be celebrating the holidays in the Upstate as a guest performer in a bluegrass gospel musical. The performance, Sanders Family Christmas, is a sequel to the successful musical Smoke on Mountain by Connie Ray and Alan Bailey.

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McDonald's drive-thru window break-in: Suspect surrenders
COLUMBIA, Md. (AP) A suspect has surrendered in a McDonald's break-in in which a woman squeezed her way through a drive-thru window. Police said in a statement that 27-year-old Jessica Marie Cross of Springdale, Maryland, turned herself in to officers Thursday in Maryland's Howard County. She is charged with burglary and theft.

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