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Erdogan Must Free US Pastor From a Turkish Prison Now
It’s been almost one year since Andrew Brunson, an American pastor, was unjustly imprisoned without charges in Turkey. Imagine spending a whole year in a Turkish prison as a hostage. Unfortunately, most Americans have no idea what is really happening in Turkey.

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Baltimore news: Craft and antique show on Oct. 28
The 17th annual Craft and Antique Show will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Christ United Methodist Church, 700 S Main Street on State Route 158 in Baltimore. The church’s social rooms will be full with sales tables containing craft and antique items, delicious bake sale items, a lunch room....

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St. Joseph's Oktoberfest
Behind the music, the food and the party, the church is at the center of Oktoberfest. "We try to be the hands and feet of Christ in the community so it's important that we can support that," said Moe Trabold, the Oktoberfest Co-Chair. The 150 year old St. Joseph's Church does a lot for the Erie area.

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Youth German singers perform in Erie
German heritage makes it's way to the Asbury United Methodist Church. Musicians ranging from six to 16 years old travel the world singing Christian music. The German group -- called Butterflies -- in English sings in multiple languages. They rarely get the chance to perform in the United States. Organizers said they last visited Western PA in 2005.

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WANTED: Man who robbed 96-year-old pastor
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - St. Pete Police Department is looking for a man caught on surveillance video robbing a 96-year-old retired pastor. "I was frightened," victim Vibert White said. It happened at the Chevron at 48th and Central. Surveillance video shows the suspect approaching the White with an offer to help him pump gas.

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Bulletin board: Haunted Hayride sets for Saturday, Sunday at Reading Country Club
Exeter Township will present its annual Haunted Hayride on Saturday and Sunday from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Reading Country Club, 5311 Perkiomen Ave. Called The Haunted Course, the family-friendly, 30-minute hayride will include activities at the greens on the course.

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Daily docket: Oct. 6
Daily thought. "The Savior will not come from Galilee." John 7:41. May our prejudice not get in the way of new truth and new life. - The Rev. Kris Hayden, pastor of St. Peter's United Church of Christ, Spring Township. Births. In Reading Hospital A son to Brett and Christine (Scanzaroli) Gallagher, South Heidelberg Township.

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This ocean called love
By Francis Ewherido. I have spent time trying to understand that four-letter word called “love,” its usage, its many definitions and many actions emanating from or attributed to it. Love has become an endless and mighty ocean to me; it is a mystery. You would have heard the story of St. Augustine of Hippo.

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Ode to Odumosu
LIFE and death are in your hands O you Master of our fate and Captain of our ship. Only the living can praise you, not the dead. That is why I am offering you my praise. Let my prayer and praise song rise and curl like an evening cloud, like the sweet fragrance of burning incense directed in thy....

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After police shooting, review board seen as way to support official findings
The fatal police shooting of a Topeka man has renewed interest in forming a board of private citizens to review use of force by law enforcement. City leaders are reluctant to embrace the concept, noting Topeka police already have an advisory board and urging those troubled by the shooting to be patient while Lawrence police investigate the Sept.

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7th October 2017 - Raising Godly Children (1)
May I congratulate all parents whose children have passed through the secondary school or university and yet, they did not join robbery gangs, got involved in cultism, or prostitution, et cetera. In my write-up three weeks ago, I stressed the need for a sound foundation for the family.

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Local churches have thousands of pumpkins for sale
If it is October, then it is time for the parking lots at two local churches to go orange. Summerville United Methodist Church on 32nd Street in Phenix City and Edgewood Presbyterian Church on Macon Road in Columbus are continuing a tradition by featuring a Pumpkin Patch.

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4yo bound with belts, set on fire in bathtub
The accused is 23-year-old Amelia Di Stasio, who faces a charge of first degree intentional homicide in the death of Antonio Di Stasio, which happened on September 28th near 17th and Grant. Di Stasio faces life in prison if convicted. According to a criminal complaint, around 7:30 a.m.

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Invisible wounds of Las Vegas shooting could affect tens of thousands
When she was under fire, dodging bullets at the Route 91 Harvest festival on Sunday, Megan Greene felt an odd sense of purpose. “If you’re still breathing, you’re fine,” she told a panicky woman trying to escape with her mother, who uses a wheelchair. Greene remained calm on the long drive home to Simi Valley, Calif.

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Greek out: Food festival set
Saints Peter and Paul Orthodox Christian Church, 2516 S.W. Huntoon, will have its 13th annual Greek Food Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7. The event will include homemade Greek food items including gyros, souvlakia, kefthedes, falafel, spanikopita, dolmades and hummus.

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Three cohabitating congregations overcome racial, community differences
Emmanuel Baptist Church, Journey Church and New Beginning Missionary Baptist Church are all meeting in the Emmanuel church building at 1329 S.W. 37th. In recent months, Emmanuel Baptist Church has been holding its services jointly with Journey Church at 10:10 a.m. Sundays. Both churches are primarily white in membership.

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Farewell Fr Willie new There have been true leaders of the Church and the community in this region... Local Notes
When word broke last week that Fr Willie was no longer with us, a melancholy sense of acceptance seemed to flow over the area, from the Credit Union office in Ardee, to the top of Francis Street in Dundalk and out around the pier and the rocky shoreline of Clogherhead, a village and place he held so dearly in his warm and tender heart.

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In an era of strife, museums collect history as it happens
WASHINGTON — In April 2015, Aaron Bryant rushed to be there when demonstrations and violence swept through Baltimore on the day of Freddie Gray’s funeral. He filmed protesters angered by Gray’s death throwing rocks at police; watched the helicopters overhead; and listened to marchers singing hymns.

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After police shooting, review board seen as way to support official findings
The fatal police shooting of a Topeka man has renewed interest in forming a board of private citizens to review use of force by law enforcement. City leaders are reluctant to embrace the concept, noting Topeka police already have an advisory board and urging those troubled by the shooting to be patient while Lawrence police investigate the Sept.

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New reality after Antioch church shooting requires new safety measures
(Photo: WKRN) Najahe Sherman NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The man charged in the Antioch church shooting that killed one person and injured six others will get a new court date. In Davidson County court on Friday, the lawyer for Emanuel Samson said a date for a preliminary hearing hasn’t been set yet. Samson is being held without bond.

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Las Vegas Community Holds Candle-Light Vigil For Shooting Victims
LAS VEGAS—On Thursday, October 5, the Las Vegas Armenian-American community organizations and churches gathered at St. Geragos Armenian Apostolic Church for prayers and candle light vigil for the victims of the shooting that took place on Sunday when a gunman opened fire at concert attendees.

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Hometown Pinellas
Joseph B. Corbin, a Seminole resident was honored as "Hero of the Game" at Raymond James Stadium when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers faced the New Orleans Saints. Corbin served in World War II in the Battle of the Bulge, and later served five U. S. Presidents at the White House. He headed motorcades, and attended ball games with John.

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Opinion: Why is money always allegedly missing under Buhari?
Editor's note: There have been some corruption related allegations against some government parastatal of the country and this has continued generate controversies in the country. In this piece, an Abuja based pastor and president of the council of concerned youth of Nigeria (COCYON), Olumide....

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After Hurricanes, Schools Accommodate Puerto Rican Students
While colleges can choose to accommodate displaced students, public elementary and high schools will generally be obligated to accept them, and some districts are already making preparations. Mr. Scott’s office said Puerto Rican children have begun enrolling in Florida, and in New York City, a....

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Unity Parade in Kingston 11 Communities Oct. 16
Maranatha Ministries International, in association with Kingston 11 communities and other stakeholders, will be hosting a Unity Parade on Heroes Day (October 16) under the theme ‘Love in Our Hearts, Peace in the City’. It is envisaged that the parade will help to heal hurting community members and bring forth an atmosphere of unity and peace.

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Parishioners have 95 reasons to commemorate 500-year-old faith
It was the year when the Ottoman Empire was expanding its grasp into what’s known today as Egypt. The same decade when Leonardo da Vinci took his last breath in France and Ferdinand Magellan started the first trip around the world. Five hundred years ago this month, 34-year-old Martin Luther sent a....

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