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updated Churches 'unite' to pray for Antioch shooting victims
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Sunday marks one week since a gunman opened fire inside an Antioch church, killing one woman, and injuring several others. That tragedy is what inspired one local denomination of churches to come together for the first time Saturday evening, to pray for peace in this difficult time.

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Zimbabwean pastor likened to Nigeria’s Boko Haram
Zimbabwean pastor Evan Mawarire who organised a national shutdown last year through his social media platform #ThisFlag was yesterday likened to the Nigeria Islamic group Boko Haram which is causing havoc in northern Nigeria. Mawarire is on trial for attempting to overthrow President Robert Mugabe through his campaign on the social media last year.

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Zimbabwe activist Mawarire acquitted but……
Zimbabwe activist pastor Evan Mawarire said yesterday acquitted of inciting public violence, but he remains on trial for allegedly trying to subvert President Robert Mugabe's government, the French news agency AFP reported yesterday. The violence charge arose from a June meeting at Zimbabwe's main....

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Brian Cummins for Cleveland Ward 14: endorsement editorial
A portion of the John Rivera-Resto mural on Clark Avenue just west of West 25th Street in an area of La Villa Hispana project on Cleveland's West Side depicts a police officer handing a football to children. The project is a keystone of efforts, long championed by Ward 14 City Councilman Brian....

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Election 2017: Westwood residents want development beyond business district
How’s Cincinnati doing? In a city with 52 neighborhoods, that may have 52 answers. As Cincinnati picks its next mayor and council, The Enquirer visited a variety of neighborhoods to find out how residents feel about the city’s last four years – and the future.

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Washington news in brief
Lawmakers voice. power-line unease. Members of the state's congressional delegation met with Energy Secretary Rick Perry last week to voice concerns about the Plains and Eastern Clean Line energy project, which would carry power from windmills in Oklahoma to Tennessee and beyond, traversing Arkansas along the way.

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LR event to address violence in state
Legislators, religious leaders, police officers and others will convene this month for a conference meant to broaden the discussion about violent crime across Arkansas, which one organizer said Friday has created a "public health epidemic." The Little Rock conference, from Oct.

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Controversial Malindi preacher arrested for radicalising students
An evangelist was arrested in Malindi on Saturday for allegedly preaching radical Christian and Islamic teachings to school children in his church. Pastor Paul Makenzi of Good News International Ministries church was reportedly holding 53 students, aged between 10 and 35 years, at his church.

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Pastor says God put him in right place when he saved man
ALBANY, Ore. (AP) � Terence Jay Shaw, 51, would likely be dead, if not for Albany resident Chuck Zeitler. Shaw, from California, was driving his semi-trailer truck north on I-5 in the early hours of Sept. 1 when for unknown reasons he collided with the overpass bridge at Highway 20. With the impact, his rig burst into flames.

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Pastor says God put him in right place when he saved man
ALBANY, Ore. (AP) — Terence Jay Shaw, 51, would likely be dead, if not for Albany resident Chuck Zeitler. Shaw, from California, was driving his semi-trailer truck north on I-5 in the early hours of Sept. 1 when for unknown reasons he collided with the overpass bridge at Highway 20. With the impact, his rig burst into flames.

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But I can assure you that creating a welcoming church is a challenge that is well worth the effort. Making a positive first impression encourages guests to return next week. The more second and third-time guests, the more likely your church is to see long-lasting growth.

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Us Reacts Negatively To Erdoğan’s Call T...
Underlining the importance of Brunson’s freedom for the US, Nauert recalled that President Donald Trump raised the issue during a meeting with Erdoğan. “The State Department has been in as close of contact as we can be with Pastor Brunson. We last were able to visit him on September the 18th. That’s a new bit of news.

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Charlotte Ann Banda
COLUMBUS. Charlotte Ann Banda, 68, died Thursday, September 28, 2017. Charlotte retired from Arvin Industries, 17th St., after 33 years of service when that location closed. She was a member of Columbus Seventh Day Adventist Church. She also loved crocheting, Bingo and playing darts. Her mother, Carmelita Denny, preceded her in death.

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We already cleared Fire Tenders – ACC
29th September 2017. Number of Pages: 2. To: The News Editor PRESS STATEMENT PROCUREMENT OF 42 FIRE TENDERS AND CONSTRUCTION OF LUSAKA- NDOLA DUAL CARRIAGE WAY The Commission has noted the concerns of the public in the media regarding the procurement of 42 fire tenders, and the construction of the Lusaka-Ndola dual carriage way.

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Ex-soldier now firing a 'bigger gun' - Former JDF member swaps Up Park Camp for the pulpit
For more than 25 years, Ean Garth Dixon carried a gun as a member of the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF). Dixon was in the first batch of Jamaican soldiers to land on Haitian soil following the earthquake in 2010. Months after returning to Jamaica, he was in Tivoli Gardens in the joint police military....

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Oct. 1. City Park Splash Pad Closing. RUSSELLVILLE — The last day the City Park splash pad will be open is today. City Park is at 915 E. B St. For more information, call Russellville Recreation and Parks at (479) 968-1272. Oct. 3. Engaging the Eight Sectors of Your Community.

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Conway man ministers to African-American church
When the Rev. LaVon Post of Conway stands before his congregation every Sunday, not a single face looks like his. They are black, and he is white, but he said all that matters is they worship the same God. “The fact that I’m white and the church is African-American — should that make a difference in God’s kingdom? The answer is no,” Post said.

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Those Who Request Money For Miracles Are Thieves – Omokudu
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Olawale Olaleye. Any 57-year-old will certainly have a story to tell – good or bad, positive or negative, of success and/or of failure. This, perhaps, is the reason a lucky few, who are privileged to hit the number 60 usually roll out the drums for a recap of their lives at diamond jubilee. Nigeria is definitely not an exception.

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Business Digest: Dr. Pankiw joins Parkridge Bone & Joint
Dr. Pankiw joins Parkridge Bone & Joint. Parkridge Health System has added orthopedic surgeon Christopher Pankiw, MD, to Parkridge Bone & Joint, an orthopedic practice that already features orthopedic surgeons Mark S. Sumida, MD, and Martin H. Redish, MD. Dr. Pankiw specializes in hand and upper extremity conditions.

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Utilise oil revenue for diversification - Okowa 3 mins ago Nigeria
In the face of dwindling crude oil patronage around the world, Delta State Governor, Senator, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, has called for diversification of the national economy through development of non-oil sector, using oil revenue. Speaking at a dinner he hosted for the Presidential Economic....

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Nigeria@57: Govs, Others Seek Sustainable Peace, Unity
By Ernest Chinwo in Port Harcourt, Mohammed Aminu in Sokoto, Omololu Ogunmade, Onyebuchi Ezigbo and Alex Enumah in Abuja, Vanessa Obioha, Victor Ogunje in Ado Ekiti and Yekini Jimoh in Lokoja. The need for sustainable peace and developing the potential greatness of Nigeria reverberated through....

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Funding for city schools on trial
Another chapter was written this week in what seems like a never-ending court battle over school funding in the state. “Really?” Bridgeport School Board Vice Chairwoman Sauda Baraka said when she heard oral arguments would be presented Thursday to the Connecticut Supreme Court. The news brought a momentary glimmer of hope to her face.

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Christ Embassy Celebrates 57th Anniversary With Reach Out Nigeria 2017
Sylvester Idowu in Warri. Christ Embassy saturday flagged off its Reach Out Nigeria in Warri Delta State in celebration of Nigeria’s 57 independence anniversary. Reach Out Nigeria is a movement by Christ Embassy led by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome with the aimed at saving lives and provision of....

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MRA’s 30% tax imposition on churches activities stirs controversy
BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost) – The recent Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) imposition of 30 percent tax on churches and faith-based organisations operating business ventures effective October, 2017, has not been well received. MRA introduced the tax in its drive to widen the tax base for maximum revenue collection.

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How the Harry Dean Stanton mural was created
At Troy Gentry's Grand Ole Opry funeral Thursday, country music artist Vince Gill urged Kentuckian Eddie Montgomery to lean on his Opry family. Lexington native Gentry died in a plane crash last week ahead of a New Jersey performance with Montgomery. The two were Opry members.

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