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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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Pastor born without limbs expecting twins
Austrian Pastor and motivational speaker, Nick Vujicic, who was born without limbs, and his wife Kanae Miyahara, are expecting a set of twins. Nicknis one of the seven known surviving individuals on earth with the rare disorder of with the tetra-amelia syndrome.

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'First Church' book that survived 1813 burning of Buffalo goes on display
The frayed book of handwritten notes looks good for its age not to mention it survived the fire that destroyed the Village of Buffalo in 1813. The book, which contains the minutes of the church's ruling body, documents First Presbyterian Church as the oldest congregation in the city.

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As Rev. Barber delivers last NAACP address, he seeks to spread his message on larger scale
Through the summer, more than 1,000 people were arrested for refusing to leave or quiet down in government buildings, as they urged legislators to reconsider decisions to cut unemployment benefits and eduction funding, to refuse to expand Medicaid for poor people, to approve harsh anti-abortion....

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News Minute: Here is the latest Illinois news from The Associated Press at 11:40 a.m. CDT
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - A Chicago Christian church pastor will serve more than three years in federal prison for defrauding a summer food program for impoverished children. The U.S. attorney for the Central District of Illinois reported that U.S. District Judge Sue Myerscough sentenced 50-year-old Robbie Wilkerson on Friday to 37 months.

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Chicago pastor, wife sentenced in state food program fraud
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — A Chicago Christian church pastor will serve more than three years in federal prison for defrauding a summer food program for impoverished children. The U.S. attorney for the Central District of Illinois reported that U.S. District Judge Sue Myerscough sentenced 50-year-old Robbie Wilkerson on Friday to 37 months.

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UPDATE: 7 things to know about Kenneka Jenkins, whose body was found in a hotel freezer
Kenneka Jenkins was pronounced dead at 12:48 a.m. Sunday. Police informed Martin and other family members after 1 a.m. Sunday, that Kenneka’s body was found in a walk-in freezer at the Crowne Plaza, according to the Tribune. Police told Martin that her daughter was inebriated and likely stumbled....

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I do... it my way. Would you write your own wedding vows? Some couples have Oct 07, 2017 22:24 IST
Last year, Delhi-based digital marketing professional Jonathan Sreekumaran (30) and Subhashree Das (30), digital manager for a publishing house, made some drastic announcements at Naukuchiatal in Uttarakhand. “I believe folded clothes make you very happy, and this is very hard for me, but yeah I will fold clothes,” said Sreekumaran.

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Chicago pastor, wife sentenced in state food program fraud
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - A Chicago Christian church pastor will serve more than three years in federal prison for defrauding a summer food program for impoverished children. The U.S. attorney for the Central District of Illinois reported that U.S. District Judge Sue Myerscough sentenced 50-year-old Robbie Wilkerson on Friday to 37 months.

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Chicago pastor, wife sentenced in state food program fraud
A Chicago Christian church pastor will serve more than three years in federal prison for defrauding a summer food program for impoverished children. The U.S. attorney for the Central District of Illinois reported that U.S. District Judge Sue Myerscough sentenced 50-year-old Robbie Wilkerson on Friday to 37 months.

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Iowa school districts compete for home school students
Iowa school districts are competing for home-schooling students — and the state funding they bring — with bigger libraries, more field trips and renovated facilities. The Iowa City school district, for one, has more than tripled its spending on home-schooling students, in part to lure back dozens of....

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MCSD’s disciplinary action against teacher who used N-word sparks debate
Some say the disciplinary action against the teacher is too lenient. They insist racial slurs are unacceptable regardless of the context. They note the students the teacher was speaking to are 9-year-old girls. Some say the disciplinary action is proper or even too harsh.

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Westmont to Dedicate Leadership Center
President Gayle D. Beebe and the Westmont Board of Trustees will officially dedicate the new Global Leadership Center at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13. The free, public ribbon-cutting ceremony will feature several speeches, the Westmont College Choir and conclude with a tour of the new 45,000-square-foot facility.

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4 sisters bring gospel love to song
The Glorifying Vines Sisters will bring a shot of gospel love to the seemingly unlikely venue of Wide Open Bluegrass. The Vines are four sisters — Dorothy, Alice, Mattie and Audrey — from the Eastern North Carolina town of Farmville. They've been singing gospel music together in one form or another....

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4 sisters bring gospel love to song
The Glorifying Vines Sisters will bring a shot of gospel love to the seemingly unlikely venue of Wide Open Bluegrass. The Vines are four sisters — Dorothy, Alice, Mattie and Audrey — from the Eastern North Carolina town of Farmville. They've been singing gospel music together in one form or another....

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4 sisters bring gospel love to song
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - The Glorifying Vines Sisters will bring a shot of gospel love to the seemingly unlikely venue of Wide Open Bluegrass. The Vines are four sisters - Dorothy, Alice, Mattie and Audrey - from the Eastern North Carolina town of Farmville.

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Police kill suspect, rescue abducted woman in Cross River
- The police have rescued one Comfort Udoenwang, who was kidnapped on Monday, October 2, by some gunmen in Cross River state. - They said Udoenwang was whisked away by the gunmen from her Jesus Avenue residence in Calabar south. - The officers noted that the victim was later taken to Akpap-Okoyong....

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West Side pastor gets 3 years in prison for defrauding food program
The founding pastor of a West Side church has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for defrauding a food program for low-income children. Robbie Wilkerson, 50, pleaded guilty in May to wire fraud and money laundering, according to a statement from the U.S. Department of Justice.

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Femi Adesina, TB Joshua campaign for restructuring of the mind and heart of Nigerians
….Systemic decay must give way – Tunde Bakare If the multitude of cries for the restructuring of the Nigerian entity still appear vague and ambiguous to the Federal Government, Features editor, GBUBEMI GOD’S COVENANT SNR highlights two new voices that recently proposed a different kind of....

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Female inmates neglected
Women inmates at Chikurubi Maximum Prison appear to have been abandoned as only one man turned up to visit his wife during the past Family Week. The situation paints a gloomy picture on how society views female inmates. A visit by ZBC News at the female prison during the Family Week witnessed it....

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Church News: Bohrman brings 'Three Billy Goats Bridge' to Granite Peak UU
Meg Bohrman and the Birdcage Puppet Theater , “The Three Billy Goats’ Bridge” Sunday, Oct. 8, at 10 a.m., Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 882 Sunset Ave., Prescott. On this intergenerational Sunday, this talented and creative local theater troupe retells the old story of the Three....

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Brent Hawkes’s successor know he has big pews to fill at Metropolitan Community Church
Rock grew up in a middle-class Sudbury neighbourhood with wide lots and brick and siding homes built in the ’60s. He says his existence was so typically Canadian, it was “really quite atypical when you stop and think about it. Hockey practice on Saturdays, church on Sundays, a cat, a dog, an older brother, a two-car garage.

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Contractor petitions IGP, seeks prosecution of three clerics over alleged fraud
By Davies Iheamnachor PORT HARCOURT – A contractor, Lewis Ihama, has petitioned the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, to arrest and prosecution of three pastors of Winners Chapel (Living Faith Church). Ihama said the call was based on investigation conducted by the Rivers State Police....

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Sister witnessed accidental shooting of 14-year-old girl in Lake Highlands, pastor says
Updated at 1:45 p.m. Oct. 6: Revised to include pastor's remarks. The older sister of a 14-year-old girl witnessed her death when she was shot by another teen Tuesday while playing with a gun in Lake Highlands. Azeneth Pina was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead, according to KTVT-TV. The accidental shooting happened about 2:50 p.

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Organ Trafficking: Booming trade amidst denials and fears
– Erring doctors will be punished – NMA President Piqued by what she described as the new trend in human trafficking, the Director General of National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), Julie Okah-Donli, recently read the riot act to organ traffickers and their accomplices in Nigeria.

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INFERTILITY: NGO, others partner with clinics to provide succor for IVF patients
Record shows that some five million babies have been born through the process in the last three decades, making the revolutionary scientific advancement just another routine medical treatment. IVF is a process of combining an egg (ovum) with sperm to achieve fertilisation outside the female body.

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10 days to Mugabe's Death day - Pastor Mugadza in danger
Today is ten days before the day which was prophesied by Philip Mugadza as the death day of President Robert Mugabe. Mugadza prophesied that Mugabe will die on October 17 this year a development which led to his arrest and his case is still pending in the courts.

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