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Religion News – October 14
Services and studies. First Presbyterian — The annual Hymn Sing worship and service begins at 9:30 a.m. at the church, 512 Seventh St., Columbus. The liturgy will be shaped by hymns and the congregation will sing favorite hymns previously requested by members. Infant and toddler care will be available from 9:15 to 11 a.

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When your partner refuses to be ‘Born Again’! – Bunmi Sofola
F or close to five years, Jide and his wife had tried unsuccessfully for a baby. Their doctor had assured them nothing was wrong with either of them—all they had to do was let nature take its course. And to help nature along, Ann, Jide’s wife, sought divine intervention.”Almost overnight, my wife turned into a religious fanatic,” Jide lamented.

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Church weighs in on discipline versus abuse of children
The Holy Book used by Christians as a guideline to spirituality and righteous living makes the bold declaration in one of its scriptures that “He that spareth the rod hateth his son, but he that loveth him chasteneth him betimes”. The Bible further states, in Proverbs 22 vs 15 that ‘Foolishness is....

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Don't let church ruin your marriage
It is a fact that church consumes the time of a lot of Christian couples. There are some persons (women especially) in relationships, who are on almost every committee in the church and as such find themselves having very little time for the home. Pastors need to be more active in counselling couples on issues that will pop up in marriage.

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3 Reasons Why We Are Addicted To Smartphones
Apple recently announced the launch of its iPhone 8 and iPhone X , which come with sleek, new features. Apple also hopes to start a new community around the iPhones. Ahead of the launch, Angela Ahrendts, head of retail at Apple, said their stores will be called “Town Squares,” and would double as....

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THE REV. SAYS: Getting ride of demons within
The story of Jesus and his disciples meeting a demented man along the shore of the Gerasenes (Mark 5) gives the haunting picture of a person who is out of control. "No one could bind him any more, even with chains," Mark says. It is a picture of illness not known about in those days, and, even today, is something of a mystery.

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Sukuk: Sucker or succour?
It is a scarecrow to many, and repugnant not to a few. The mere mention of the word instantaneously casts a gory picture of chopped-off human arms and legs. Touting the six-letter word paints an imagery of severed human heads of hapless victims. The brim and bristles around the same word portend....

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First Christian settled into new building
It will soon be a year since the congregation of First Christian Church moved into its new, $6.8 million building at 700 J.R. Miller Blvd., and more than four and a half years since a devastating fire sparked by a middle-of-the-night lightening strike during a thunderstorm destroyed the former church in a matter of a few hours.

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Marriage to a minister is mixed blessing, survey finds
“As the spouse of a minister, you’re supposed to be a role model and never reflect badly on your church,” said Zuraff, whose husband served a Lutheran church outside Marshall for years. “You have to be careful about what you say, and who and where you say it.

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North/East metro police blotter, Oct. 15
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Penn-Trafford CROP Walk, in its 19th year, focuses on rebuilding lives
Updated 24 minutes ago. When natural disasters such as hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria leave millions in need of food, water and shelter, it's more important than ever to take a walk, said the Rev. Meredith Hutchison, pastor of the Denmark Manor United Church of Christ.

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How many of the Ministers go to church?
Dear Editor, I have long contemplated to write this letter but felt a deep compulsion not to write it because of a lack of vocabulary and deep hurt at this point in time because of all the atrocities and evil that invade our nation like a perpetual cancer.

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Topeka JUMP calls on city council to create affordable housing trust fund
Rev. Anthony Divers, pastor of Inward Faith Outreach Ministries, spoke on Friday about the need for affordable housing in the capital city during a news conference called by Topeka JUMP. (Keith Horinek/The Capital-Journal) After two years of working with Mayor Larry Wolgast and other city....

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Baru lures investors to establish refinery in A/Ibom State
NNPC Group Managing Director, Dr. MaikantiBaru, middle, on arrival at the opening ceremonies of a two-day PENGASSAN Triennial Retreat/Synergy workshop which started today in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. With him are PENGASSAN National President, Mr. Francis Johnson, right, and Special Adviser to Akwa Ibom Governor, Pastor Umoh Bassey.

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Sentence halved for Seattle man convicted of killing store clerk as a teen
On Friday, in a courtroom packed with Hall’s extended family members and other supporters, Spearman cut that sentence to 13 ½ years in prison, saying he recklessly caused Melwani’s death and his conduct was best described as first-degree manslaughter. “He had a very tragic upbringing, chaotic, with....

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Oldest African-American Church in
STAFFORD COUNTY, VA. (WUSA9) - The oldest African-American church in Stafford County is ready to celebrate a milestone, 200 years of worship. Even after all this time, mystery still surrounds the church and exactly how it was founded. Mount Olive Baptist Church is tucked away on the back roads of the growing county.

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Church services
CATHEDRALS. Down Cathedral, Downpatrick Sunday’s at 11:30am and Thursday’s at 10am with Holy Communion. You are very welcome to visit Down Cathedral. Monday to Saturday, between 9.30am and 4pm. It is situated within a short walk from Downpatrick town centre and is adjacent to The Saint Patrick Centre.

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Our Kind of People
Burnham Drugs owner John McKinney’s wife, Wendy, died quickly after being diagnosed with cancer. As a lasting tribute, he established a scholarship at the Ole Miss School of Pharmacy where the two met. Bay-Waveland Middle School teacher Logan Pullin wrote and delivered letters to each of the....

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U.S.-Cambodia Sanctions Cause Anxiety for Some Facing Deportation
The federal government has begun detaining Cambodian Americans with orders to be removed from the U.S. in what advocates call "one of the bigger roundups" in the community's history. Last week, the Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC), a group founded in 1979 to help settle post-Vietnam....

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Kaduna drowned students: Parents ‘leave everything to God’
An excursion organized to educate Chemistry students of Victory Schools Ungwar Yelwa in Kaduna State turned sour when a pontoon carrying the children capsized in the middle of River Kaduna, leading to the death of five of them. About sixty SS 2 and SS 3 science students of the school, in company of....

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At-large: 3 candidates differ on flood control
CEDAR RAPIDS — A couple of political veterans and a newcomer are vying for an open at-large seat on the Cedar Rapids City Council. Lisa Kuzela, 54, a citizen watchdog and former Cedar Rapids school board member, brings a critical eye to the city’s budgeting in her campaign.

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Turkey: US sacrifices a 'strategic partner' for ambassador, says Erdogan Turkey's president called Washington's actions in the wake of a controversial arrest "unacceptable." Amid accusations of harboring a suspected Gulenist, US diplomats have denied hidi
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday said Washington was undermining its relationship with military ally Turkey by supporting the US ambassador to Turkey, John Bass, in a growing spat. The two NATO countries have watched relations deteriorate after Turkish police last week arrested a....

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School proprietor in court for theft
A school proprietor was on Thursday dragged to a Kumasi circuit court for allegedly stealing an unregistered Dodge Sprinter van, priced at GH¢70,000. Kusi Addai Kwarteng reportedly played a trick on the owner, succeeded in getting him to release documents of the vehicle and used them to register it in his name.

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Drone video: Lane's corn maze is for children and adults alike
Northside High teacher Tom Stahl is traveling to South Carolina to view the total eclipse. "I really want to get this one done, It's one of these bucket list things." said Stahl. Juan Herrera, a crime scene investigator for Warner Robins police, works an overnight burglary at the Dollar General at 1515 Russell Parkway.

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14th October 2017 - TWICE A VICTIM
Tijani: How I was raped in secondary school and gang-raped in University; She withdraws from Unilag because of shame. From LAYI OLANREWAJU, Ilorin. Who knows what goes on in the mind of a rape victim? Who knows the pains she bears? Who knows the fears she nurses following the betrayal of trust and....

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Baru lures investors to establish refinery in A/Ibom State
NNPC Group Managing Director, Dr. MaikantiBaru, middle, on arrival at the opening ceremonies of a two-day PENGASSAN Triennial Retreat/Synergy workshop which started today in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. With him are PENGASSAN National President, Mr. Francis Johnson, right, and Special Adviser to Akwa Ibom Governor, Pastor Umoh Bassey.

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