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Today's Church Should Speak For The Suffering
Kumasi, Oct 24, GNA - Apostle Samuel Lord Agyin, former Area Head of the Effiduase Pentecost Church, has admonished the church to speak up for the suffering and denounce social injustices. He expressed discomfort with the situation, where many a Christian failed to stand for what was right and to....

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New seafood restaurant to open in Bradenton
Tampa police released additional footage of an individual who was seen walking on a street very close to the first homicide around the time that Benjamin Mitchell was shot on Monday, Oct. 9, 2017, in the Seminole Heights neighborhood in Tampa. Police said they person is not a suspect in three recent....

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Lafayette Homebrew Supply to shutter church-owned space next month
Lafayette Homebrew Supply, LCC, a wholesale brewing shop that's operated out of the Flatirons Chuch-owned marketplace space at 400 W. South Boulder Road, will close its doors next month. The store opened in 2013. The decision was announced Tuesday in a blog post from shop owner George Otteni, who....

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Colombia ex-rebels begin building 'commune' cities in rural areas
"We need to be united to survive" By Luis Jaime Acosta. AGUA BONITA, Colombia Oct 26 (Reuters) - Colombia's former Marxist FARC rebels have begun to construct communes in rural areas once torn apart by violence, part of their bid to reintegrate into society following a peace deal with the government.

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Colombia ex-rebels begin building 'commune' cities in rural areas
AGUA BONITA, Colombia: Colombia's former Marxist FARC rebels have begun to construct communes in rural areas once torn apart by violence, part of their bid to reintegrate into society following a peace deal with the government. More than 11,000 fighters and supporters of the Revolutionary Armed....

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A liberal spends a year with devout Trump voters, and discovers he's been wrong
My seat was high in the rafters of the Edward Jones Dome, affording me a birds-eye view of the thousands of young people below. The arena was once the home of the St. Louis Rams, but now the big stage was occupied by Michelle Higgins, a preacher from Ferguson, Mo. And she was putting on a show.

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Voter Guide: Meriden mayoral race
(*Indicates incumbent) (WTP=We The People; WF=Working Families) Kevin M. Scarpati* Age: 28. Party: Unaffiliated, endorsed by Democrats. Occupation: Athletic director, Meriden YMCA; Physical education teacher at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School; Co-director of Mountain Mist Day Camp. Education: Graduate of Platt High School.

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Rent-to-own tiny house village seeks to reinvent Detroit's low-income housing
In 2013, when Keith McElvee got out of prison after a 12-year stint for a drug conviction, he returned to a neighborhood in northwest Detroit that he didn’t recognize. “This is like Beirut,” he thought. “Like a war zone.” Mr. McElvee is naturally gregarious and social-minded.

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A liberal spends a year with devout Trump voters, and discovers he's been wrong
My seat was high in the rafters of the Edward Jones Dome, affording me a birds-eye view of the thousands of young people below. The arena was once the home of the St. Louis Rams, but now the big stage was occupied by Michelle Higgins, a preacher from Ferguson, Mo. And she was putting on a show.

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The Lights Will Be On for Afterschool Programs Today In Every Corner of the Country
WASHINGTON Oct. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Students, parents, business leaders, policy makers, educators, faith leaders, community members, and others are coming together at schools, parks, college and university campuses, state capitols, science museums, shopping malls, and other venues....

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A liberal spends a year with devout Trump voters, and discovers he's been wrong
My seat was high in the rafters of the Edward Jones Dome, affording me a birds-eye view of the thousands of young people below. The arena was once the home of the St. Louis Rams, but now the big stage was occupied by Michelle Higgins, a preacher from Ferguson, Mo. And she was putting on a show.

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Rent-to-own tiny house village seeks to reinvent Detroit's low-income housing
October 26, 2017 Detroit In 2013, when Keith McElvee got out of prison after a 12-year stint for a drug conviction, he returned to a neighborhood in northwest Detroit that he didn’t recognize. “This is like Beirut,” he thought. “Like a war zone.” Mr. McElvee is naturally gregarious and social-minded.

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God speaks in 7 languages but most Christians have 'hearing problems,' says pastor
Prayer is a dialogue, Batterson says, yet too often when we pray what we fail to do is listen. And if you never stop to listen you are certainly not going to hear His voice and thereby able to discern His will. For the Christian, nothing is more important than this, he stresses.

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A call to sainthood in Cebu
The crowds literally filled every street and open space, and pushed their way, ever so devotedly, to the basilica where cardinals, bishops, priests and religious knelt around the departed Pope in meditation and prayer, while heads of state and other foreign dignitaries poured in, in stages, to pay their last respects.

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Register now for Kansas Rural Center's 2017 Farm & Food Conference
Registration for the Kansas Rural Center’s Annual Farm and Food Conference is now open. The conference will be held Nov. 17 and 18, 2017, at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel, 530 Richards Drive, Manhattan, and promises to have something for a broad spectrum of attendees – from conventional and organic....

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The Best Movies To See This Week Have Are Cat-Filled And/Or Horrifying
The AFI Silver is frequently your one-stop cinema for seasonal screams, and digital restorations of Dario Argento's Suspiria (October 27-28 and 30-31) and George Romero's classic Night of the Living Dead (October 28-November 2) playing on Halloween and beyond will provide more than enough nightmare fodder.

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Sanctions blocking cancer medication, wheelchairs from North Korea: UN rapporteur
. A photo taken on July 24, 2017 shows a group of women selling fruit beside a road on the outskirts of Sinchon, south of Pyongyang. Sanctions imposed by the United Nations and various countries are hurting ordinary people in North Korea , said the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the DPRK.

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Pending Legislation Could Offer Asylum in U.S. for Persecuted Homeschoolers
Purcellville, VA, Oct. 26, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Homeschoolers all over the world face oppression from their governments for their choice to educate their children at home, but a piece of legislation currently before Congress could create a safe haven in the United States for these persecuted homeschooling families.

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A liberal spends a year with devout Trump voters, and discovers he's been wrong
My seat was high in the rafters of the Edward Jones Dome, affording me a birds-eye view of the thousands of young people below. The arena was once the home of the St. Louis Rams, but now the big stage was occupied by Michelle Higgins, a preacher from Ferguson, Mo. And she was putting on a show.

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Sanctions blocking cancer medication, wheelchairs from North Korea: UN rapporteur
This photo taken on October 7, 2017 and released on October 8, 2017 by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un attending the Second Plenum of the 7th Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) in Pyongyang.

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N918m fraud: EFCC held me in underground cell on ‘orders from above’ — Defendant
By Onozure Dania & Joel Chukwuma L agos— ONE Pastor Nsikakabasi Akpan-Jacobs, who was arraigned for allegedly defrauding Mrs Titi Atiku, the wife of former Vice-President, Atiku Abubakar, of N918 million, has alleged that he was detained for three weeks by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, in Abuja on Mrs Atiku’s instructions.

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Benny Hinn's nephew rejects his famous preacher uncle's theology, says prosperity teaching is 'taking advantage' of people
The nephew of Benny Hinn, who is a pastor in Southern California, is criticizing his uncle's prosperity theology and teaching, explaining how it cost him personally as a member of the Hinn family. The theology his uncle espouses is "twisted," he said. In an HLN exclusive interview with Carol....

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N918m fraud: EFCC held me in underground cell on ‘orders from above’ — Defendant
By Onozure Dania & Joel Chukwuma L agos— ONE Pastor Nsikakabasi Akpan-Jacobs, who was arraigned for allegedly defrauding Mrs Titi Atiku, the wife of former Vice-President, Atiku Abubakar, of N918 million, has alleged that he was detained for three weeks by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, in Abuja on Mrs Atiku’s instructions.

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New Site Rates Churches Based on Transparency of LGBTQ Policies
“[LGBTQ believers] become active members of their church community. They start contributing financially. They’re volunteering. They’re leading in different capacities,” Schraeder told NBC News. “But at some point, they reach a moment where they want to take their engagement and involvement in the....

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Worst things are coming - Nigerian pastor reveals what God told him about Anambra elections (video)
The general overseer of the King of King Deliverance Church, Prophet Emmanuel Chukwudi claimed that God told him that for elections to hold in Anambra and to avoid worst things befalling Nigeria as a nation, everyone must observe Sabbath and the government must follow God's commandment. Source: Naij.

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The Realities Of Faith, Prayer, Grace An...
God is there for everybody and the grace covers all those who would ride on it. But attitude makes the difference. Have you ever pondered over why on the field of play, each of the team pray, calling God for victory. But in the end, one will be victorious. Attitude is the factor.

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