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Ahead of White Lives Matter rally, church holds prayer vigil in Murfreesboro
Around 40 members of Seeds Church, along with others community members, gathered Wednesday night to pray over the Murfreesboro Public Square in anticipation of the White Lives Matter rally on Saturday. "We felt like it made sense to do this on the square and specifically focus on safety for this weekend.

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Family arrested in China for practising Christianity
The authorities also seized the pastor's grandson, Xu Shouwang. Police reportedly informed concerned family members on September 24 they had separated the women from the child and were keeping him at the station. At the same time, the police had transferred the child's grandmother and mother to....

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New Mexico moves to defuse outrage over science standards
Roman Catholic Pastor Vincent Paul Chavez, right, of the Saint Therese school and parish in Albuquerque, protests proposed state science standards on behalf of the Santa Fe Archdiocese outside a public hearing in Santa Fe, N.M., Monday, Oct. 16, 2017. The proposed standards for public schools has....

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The biblical command most British Christians don't care for – and why they're dangerously wrong
That general British care for the Ten Commandments may have dwindled is not what's interesting – the UK is an increasingly post-Christian and diverse, multicultural society in which it's easy to see how commands against 'taking the Lord's name in vain' are no longer seen as important.

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Church says pastor stole over $300,000 from coffers
JACKSON, Miss. — A Baptist pastor is accused of stealing more than $300,000 over more than two years. In an emailed statement, officials with Broadmoor Baptist Church said former executive pastor Riley Brown took $332,000 from the Madison church coffers over a "primarily" 27-month period.

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Explore Louisville's secret underground tunnels and the creepy stories they tell
Families flock to E.P. "Tom" Sawyer Park each year for picnics, soccer games and marathons. But its roots lie in a gloomier past, including the uniquely named Sauerkraut Cave. The 550-acre piece of land is the only urban state park in Kentucky, but it was once home to Louisville's mental hospital.

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Understanding shifts among evangelicals helps explain Flake's drop in support
Analysis Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events. Be the first to know about new stories from PowerPost. Sign up to follow, and we’ll e-mail you free updates as they’re published. Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) speaks on the Senate floor Oct.

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India: Amoris Laetitia, a 'gift' for the difficulties of mixed pairs
Mumbai (AsiaNews) - Amoris Laetitia "is a great gift for couples facing challenges and difficulties," affirms Lynette Syed a parishioner of the church of Saint Francis Xavier of Panvel (Maharashtra) to AsiaNews . The woman participated in the National Symposium on "Understanding Amoris Laetitia in the Indian Situation", held at St.

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Been evicted? You have a lot of company. Study finds Cincinnati area has high eviction rate, driven by escalating rents and poverty
Widespread poverty and fast-growing rents have pushed a growing number of families and individuals out of their homes in Cincinnati, which ranked among the Top 10 large metro areas for evictions last year, according to a report released Thursday. About one in 20 Cincinnati renters (4.8 percent) using the apartment rental website, ApartmentList.

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NC father of 3 killed in tree-cutting accident involving power lines
Brian “Keith” Wilmoth, 31, from Wilkes County, died Wednesday after a tree he was cutting fell on him after it hit power lines. His wife, Karla said, “I don’t know what we’ll do, I don’t know” as the couple has three young children together. “He loved our kids equally. All three,” she said.

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Developer Ori Feibush planned to raze Christian Street Baptist Church and build single-family homes. Now, however, the property is up for historic designation - sidelining his plans and frustrating a congregation that says it desperately needs the money.
Now, however, Feibush’s plans are on hold. Months after his company bid for the property, Christian Street Baptist is being considered for historic designation after Philadelphia preservation activist Oscar Beisert nominated the property, citing its history as Philadelphia’s oldest Italian mission as grounds for preservation.

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Prelate Challenges YABATECH, Other Institutions On Productivity
Most Rev. Emele Uka, Prelate Emeritus Presbyterian Church Of Nigeria has called on the Yaba College Of Technology in conjunction with its Alumni Association to urgently ensure that a ban is placed on the importation of generators and tricycles (commonly known as Keke NAPEP).

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Pastor finds church member dead in Orlando home; 2nd body found across street
ORLANDO, Fla. - A man was arrested in connection with two homicides that happened on the same street in Orlando, police said. Jimmy Merritt, 37, was arrested Wednesday on charges of first-degree murder with a firearm, investigators said. Benny Hallmark, 64, was found shot to death last Friday at his home on Lauressa Lane.

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Hakutangwi gets ‘intimate’ with readers
MOTIVATIONAL author and pastor, Cynthia Chirinda-Hakutangwi, will be interacting with her readers at her book-signing event set for Saturday at Crystal Gates in Westgate, Harare. BY WINSTONE ANTONIO. The event is also expected to be graced by women, who have made significant impact in leadership roles.

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Profile: Tattoos, Bieber, Black Lives Matter and Jesus
“I have a real palpable disdain for religious jargon. I grew up in church. I ran from church,” writes Carl Lentz in his book, “Own the Moment.” Credit Andrew White for The New York Times. But the character who pops up the most in this book is God. “Own the Moment” is a book by Carl Lentz, the lead....

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What Macron Means for Europe: 'How Much Will the Germans Have to Pay?'
It is the kind of material that would be perfect for a comedy, but the incoming coalition government in Berlin, which will likely include Merkel's conservatives, the business-friendly Free Democrats and the Greens, could transform it into a tragedy - if, for example, Christian Lindner of the FDP....

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EFCC returns N11.9m stolen by RCCG deacon
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has handed over two cheques totalling N11.9m to a parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God in Rivers State. The amount was said to have been stolen by a deacon of the RCCG, Cyril Idakwoji. The South-South Zonal Head of the EFCC, Mr.

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Jerry Falwell Jr calls on evangelicals to rise up against 'fake Republicans'
Jerry Falwell Jr, the influential evangelical president of Liberty University in Virginia, has passionately backed Steve Bannon's declaration of 'war' against what Falwell calls 'fake Republicans'. Bannon, who has returned to the rightwing news site Breitbart as executive chairman after a stint as....

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“He (suspect) forged the letterheads of the church’s region 5 and the signature of the pastor in charge of the region. He also forged the signature of the church’s accountant to execute his criminal schemes in the RCCG.” The stolen funds were paid back by the bank, which had sacked the suspect.

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New Mexico moves to defuse outrage over science standards
Roman Catholic Pastor Vincent Paul Chavez, right, of the Saint Therese school and parish in Albuquerque, protests proposed state science standards on behalf of the Santa Fe Archdiocese outside a public hearing in Santa Fe, N.M., Monday, Oct. 16, 2017. The proposed standards for public schools has....

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New Mexico moves to defuse outrage over science standards
Roman Catholic Pastor Vincent Paul Chavez, right, of the Saint Therese school and parish in Albuquerque, protests proposed state science standards on behalf of the Santa Fe Archdiocese outside a public hearing in Santa Fe, N.M., Monday, Oct. 16, 2017. The proposed standards for public schools has....

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Entertainment 34 mins ago ‘Pulpit puppet’ of Nigerian pastors – Freeze fires back at Timi Dakolo The war of words on Instagram between Controversial on-air personality, Daddy Freeze and Timi Dakolo seems to be far from...
The war of words on Instagram between Controversial on-air personality, Daddy Freeze and Timi Dakolo seems to be far from over. It all started after Freeze’s disagreement on Timi’ s stand on divorce, where he had stated that divorce was a huge blessings to him and should not be condemned.

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Recruitment posters for white supremacy group found in Columbus
Hyde said posters were distributed in Columbus “because we have a large presence in and around that city, and seek to spread our message to like-minded Midwestern whites who are as of yet unaware of the movement.” He said the regional poster campaign began late in the summer with distribution in Missouri and Illinois.

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Community recognizes pastor, mentor, counselor as Woman of the Year
She was beaming as she looked out at a large contingent of her extended family, her children and grandchildren, many in the front row beaming back at her. At the conclusion of remarks during the event, Barnes’ son Timothy Robinson said he wanted to add a few more words to the accolades and remembrances regarding her role as a mother.

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Language of the masses
The concerts are made possible via the sponsorship of six area Lutheran churches, a first for the orchestra even in a heavily Christian community and under the direction of a man of passionate, public faith. “But we’re not presenting this as a religious event, but as a culturally defining, historic....

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Yoruba in the North reject settler/indigene policy
Yoruba living in the North have kicked against the settler/indigene policy adopted by some northern states. They expressed their position on the matter through the newly elected President-General of Yoruba Community Association in the 19 northern states and Abuja, Dr. Jimpat Aiyelangbe.

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