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Adeyeye, Olujimi should stop complaining, they once enjoyed Fayose’s goodwill – Ekiti dep.gov
I’m from the academics where I have lectured for 24 years, between 1990 and 2014. One thing I know in life is that whatever will happen will surely happen, especially if your ways are right with God. He has a purpose for everybody. I started lecturing at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, in....

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The Making of Miracle Babies
A lady in one of the departments of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) at the Redemption Camp did everything to stay away from the last Holy Ghost Service of the church. That day, she finished her work quickly, made arrangements for her quests but refused to join them for the service. She disappeared.

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After wasting more than 150 lives : SERIAL KILLER shot, BEGGED FOR LIFE
From NGOZI UWUJARE. Just as Osama bin Laden was eventually neutralized by American special forces in Pakistan, after a manhunt that lasted for more than a decade, the police in Kogi State have also ended the long reign of terror unleashed on the of Ihima community in the state by a notorious serial....

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An awesome love journey
HOW WET MET with CHRISTINE CHISHA, Lusaka LEWIS Shikapwasha and his wife, Esther, have been married for ten years but one could easily mistake them for newly-weds because of their affection for each other. “Marriage is beautiful. Our love journey has been awesome. We are both determined to be the best of friends.

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How men can avoid committing adultery
YOUR FAMILY MATTERS with PASTOR CHANDA WEDNESDAY, September 13, 2017: Today I got a note from a friend who asked me to share his testimony on how, by God’s grace, he had managed to fight temptations as a married man. I thought, “Why not? We can all do with this kind of advice in this fallen world.” He asked that I should call him “Mr Survivor”.

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Pastor’s midnight call breaks marriage
CHAMBO NG’UNI, Kabwe A MIDNIGHT phone call to a married woman by her pastor has resulted in a divorce as the woman’s husband believes that his wife had an affair with the clergyman. As a result, Douglas Kalwenda of Nampundwe lost trust in his wife, Rebecca Changwa of Shikonka village in Chief....

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KL’s St Andrew’s: From expat-only to ‘church for all nations’
Seen here is the 100-year-old St Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Kuala Lumpur, which today serves an international community. — Picture by Choo Choy May KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 17 — St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, which turns 100 this year, has evolved from an expatriate-only church in colonial-era....

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NC churches training to offer refuge to immigrants facing deportation
People of faith across the Triangle are coming together this weekend in hopes of providing sanctuaries for immigrants. The two-day conference is training churches on how to offer refuge for immigrants at risk of deportation, and the movement has already gained traction in North Carolina.

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Church Under the Bridge celebrates 25 years of changing lives
The work they started that day has enabled the least of society, the poor, homeless and hopeless, to find their very own place to worship. It became known as Church Under the Bridge and on Sunday celebrates 25 years of bringing together in fellowship "black, brown, white, rich and poor, educated on....

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Tonzi talks music, family and ‘All In One Gospel Ladies’
At five years, having been brought up in a musical Christian family, Clementine Uwitonze, commonly known by her stage name Tonzi, had already began her musical journey, singing in church choirs. In 2004, she decided to embark on a solo music career, releasing her first album that same year and staging a successful concert in 2008.

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Convoy of Hope brings 'sense of identity' to city amidst Flint water crisis
FLINT, MI - Throughout the water crisis, local Pastor Todd Womack saw the city's residents hurting in Flint -- in need of prayer, in need of water and in need of greater assistance from around the world. Womack, a pastor of community connections at the Flint Central Church of the Nazarene, heard....

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Cousin of Emmett Till remembered at funeral Saturday
Simeon Wright, the cousin of Emmett Till who witnessed his 1955 abduction, was laid to rest Saturday. Over 300 people gathered at Monument of Faith Church to pay their respects to Wright, 74, who died of bone cancer Sept. 4 . The youngest of eight children, he grew up in the South at the peak of Jim Crow.

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Cousin of Emmett Till honored at funeral Saturday
Simeon Wright, the cousin of Emmett Till who witnessed his 1955 abduction, was laid to rest Saturday. Over 300 people gathered at Monument of Faith Church to pay their respects to Wright, 74, who died of bone cancer Sept. 4 . The youngest of eight children, he grew up in the South at the peak of Jim Crow.

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Anglican parishioners in public fight
A FEEDBACK meeting on the resolutions of the Anglican Episcopal Synod held in Harare recently to look at lasting solutions to problems bedevilling the church in Manicaland ended up with some members at each other’s throats last Thursday. The drama happened at St John’s Cathedral Church along Mutare’s Herbert Chitepo Street.

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Pastor petitions US over Mugabe’s UN delegation
HARARE – Activist cleric Phillip Mugadza has petitioned the United States Embassy in Harare seeking revocation of dozens of visas granted to President Robert Mugabe’s bloated delegation heading to the United Nations General Assembly this week. The controversial cleric — who claims he has received a....

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Easton revs up the fight against addiction
“We're losing a generation to this, a generation,” said pastor Dave Murphy, who delivered a blessing before the riders set out. “So what do we do? We do this.” Tom Relihan The Enterprise TMRelihan_ENT. EASTON It’s hard to hide the regional opioid epidemic when the banner in the fight against it is being carried by dozens of rumbling motorcycles.

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World’s Oldest Person Dies Five Months After Getting Guinness World Record
. A representative from the Guinness Book of World Records. (Maja Hitij/Getty Images) Violet Moss-Brown held the title of world’s oldest person for only five months before dying at age 117. Brown was born on March 10, 1900. She was the last living subject of Queen Victoria, due to Jamaica’s status as a British Commonwealth country.

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Boy (8) Collapses, Dies at School
It was an emotional day as Highlands Junior School children bid farewell to one of their own third grader Tatenda Matemera who died on Wednesday after collapsing in classroom. Sometimes death comes unexpectedly and leaves many if not everyone heartbroken with wounds no one can heal.

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NC church says it did not ask pastor who denounced white supremacy to leave
A spokesman for the tiny Winston-Salem church from which the Rev. Rob W. Lee IV felt it necessary to resign after speaking out against racism said Friday the congregation had no problem with the pastor and was surprised by his departure. The Rev. Jerry Rhyne, minister for church affairs for the....

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Understanding how the brain responds to methamphetamine
Demonstrators in the Central West End in St. Louis continue to protest the not-guilty verdict in the murder trial of former St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley. Protests remained mostly peaceful in the late afternoon Friday at the St. Louis city courthouse, with chanting and signs held up in the cordoned-off street.

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News 3 mins ago ‘Don’t teach wrong doctrines’ – Pastor Ojibani blasts Apostle Suleman [VIDEO] Founder and Senior Pastor of Covenant Singles and Married Ministries, Pastor Chris Ojigbani, has cautioned Apostle Johnson Suleman of Omega...
Founder and Senior Pastor of Covenant Singles and Married Ministries, Pastor Chris Ojigbani, has cautioned Apostle Johnson Suleman of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) Worldwide against teaching wrong doctrines. He gave the warning in reaction to a sermon preached by Suleman in which he permitted his....

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NC church says it did not ask pastor who denounced white supremacy to leave
A spokesman for the tiny Winston-Salem church from which the Rev. Rob W. Lee IV felt it necessary to resign after speaking out against racism said Friday the congregation had no problem with the pastor and was surprised by his departure. The Rev. Jerry Rhyne, minister for church affairs for the....

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140 adoptable dogs, cats from Jacksonville, FL transported to Greenville
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) - About 140 adoptable cats and dogs from the Jacksonville Humane Society will be transported to Greenville County Animal Care on Saturday. The four-legged friends are being transported by the Charleston Animal Society to Greenville where they will be examined by veterinarians and then put into adoption programs.

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World’s Oldest Woman Dies Five Months After Getting Title
. A representative from the Guinness Book of World Records. (Maja Hitij/Getty Images) Violet Moss-Brown held the title of world’s oldest person for only five months before dying at age 117. Brown was born on March 10, 1900. She was the last living subject of Queen Victoria, due to Jamaica’s status as a British Commonwealth country.

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140 adoptable dogs, cats from Jacksonville, FL transported to Greenville
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) - About 140 adoptable cats and dogs from the Jacksonville Humane Society will be transported to Greenville County Animal Care on Saturday. The four-legged friends are being transported by the Charleston Animal Society to Greenville where they will be examined by veterinarians and then put into adoption programs.

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Douglas Todd: Can we tolerate Bible Belts?
NASHVILLE, Tenn. “You have a blessed day.” That’s how the African-American cleaning woman took her leave in the vast hotel complex where I was staying in the heart of America’s Bible Belt. In the South where evangelical Christians handed Donald Trump the keys to the White House the guitarist in the....

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