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Canadian pastor remembers his time in North Korean jail
A Toronto pastor who was released from North Korea earlier this month has spoken out about his time in captivity for the first time. Hyeong Soo Lim, 62, was released on Aug. 9, two-and-a-half years after he was arrested and handed a life sentence of hard labour for alleged crimes against the state.

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Anniversary of man's pickup truck murder
PALM SPRINGS, Fla. (CBS12) — August 26, 2017 marks one year since someone shot and killed a 53-year-old father as he slept inside his friends pickup truck. It happened near Hi street in Palm Springs. On Saturday, the victim’s family returned to the scene praying for answers and justice for their loved one.

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Man attempts suicide over N50,000 ‘Lapo’ loan in Ogun
Abiodun Onipede. Onipede who was arrested by the Anti-Vandal team of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Ogun State command while attempting to mount the rope in the bush along Ayetoro road in Abeokuta to take his life . Vanguard gathered that he had tied the rope to a big tree and was....

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Chattahoochee Drowning Victim Was Cumming Pastor's Son (ICYMI)
SUWANEE, GA — The young man who drowned last week while swimming in the Chattahoochee River has been identified as the son of a Forysth County pastor. Gwinnett County officials say Joshua Katikala, 20, of Cumming, had been swimming with friends last Wednesday, jumping off of the old Settles Bridge structure near Suwanee.

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Controversial Black Lives Matter comment results in suspension of university professor
An Arizona university professor has been suspended over controversial comments he made about Black Lives Matter activists nearly a year ago. Professor Toby Jennings of Grand Canyon University ignited a firestorm recently after the university posted a link to a ministry forum from last September in....

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Swastika drawn on NY church that shares space with synagogue
The entrance to the Methodist Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew, where a swastika was found under an anti-hate banner. The church shares its space with the B’nai Jeshurun congregation, in Manhattan. (Screen capture: Fox 5) A swastika was drawn on a church in New York City that has shared space with a nearby synagogue.

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Narayana Murthy gave me my first job: Nandan Nilekani
Bengaluru: On Friday coming to worldwide software firm Infosys following eight years as its new non-executive chairman, co-founder Nandan Nilekani recall his contribution to the nation. Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy for his contributions to the corporation and the nation.

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From Horeb to Blue Hill: A History of Congregationalism and United Church of Christ
Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Location: Blue Hill Public Library, 5 Parker Point Rd, Blue Hill, Maine. For more information: 207-374-5515; bhpl.net Reverend Gary Brinn, pastor at the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill, will present a talk, “From Horeb to Blue Hill,” at the Blue....

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BAHA’I FAITH CHURCH OF CHRIST 2500 Bosque Blvd. (254) 300-4949 Elm Mott Church of Christ Devotional Meeting • 2 pm Sunday Bible Class 9:30 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. Evening Worship 6:00 P.M. Wednesday Worship 7:00 P.M. Dannie Archie, Minister Sunday, August 27, 2017 EQUALITY OF WOMEN AND MEN....

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Vandals scrawl graffiti on church and synagogue in Manhattan
Detectives are searching for the vandals who scrawled messages of hate on two separate places of worship in Manhattan. The disturbing graffiti was discovered Friday on a synagogue on the Lower East Side, and on a church on the Upper West Side. "When we came over here there was a swastika that had....

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Whites in America have failed to reckon with our nation's history
Let’s not be naive about the forces organizing to protect white privilege. Not too long ago, that mob in Charlottesville would have lynched a black man by hanging him from a tree. The weapons they brought to the statue of General Lee confirmed that they are capable of the same violence today.

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My sister is just as crazy as I am –Stephanie Benson
UK-based Ghanaian singer and performer Stephanie Benson says her sense-free spiritedness as well as her bare it all fashion style, is shared by her sister Akosua Adjepong. According to her, her sister, now turned Gospel musician, has gone easy on that in recent years.

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Palacious: Dame Joan talking ‘foolishness’
Archdeacon James Palacious asserted yesterday that former Court of Appeal President Dame Joan Sawyer was uttering “foolishness” when she recently accused two prominent clergymen of seeking to divide the country after they expressed concern over the “inhumane” treatment of former Minister of Labour Shane Gibson during his recent arraignment.

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Community of Faith: Housing, volunteering changes lives
When my wife and I moved to Missoula in 2000, we found limited options in the rental market. It was an encounter with, and help from, someone in the community that made the difference for us: Tomme Lu Worden. She rented out a space in the Worden House, month to month, until we could find something affordable, which ended up being our first home.

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Daylight shooting in Mississauga leaves one man dead
A man in his 20s has been pronounced dead on scene following a daylight shooting in Mississauga. Police say they were called to the area of The Collegeway and Ridgeway Drive at around 7:50 a.m. for reports of a shooting. Once on scene, officers located the victim. Police say that the homicide bureau has been notified.

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Pastor was made to dig holes in frozen ground while in N. Korean prison
A Mississauga pastor who was released from a North Korean prison earlier this month is publicly speaking about his time in captivity for the first time, telling CP24 that he was kept in isolation and forced to dig holes in the frozen ground in the winter as part of his sentence. Hyeong Soo Lim was released on Aug.

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Charter school under fire over allegedly preaching religion; child could be victim
PHOENIX — A legal fight over whether a chain of charter schools is illegally preaching religion is hung up in federal court over whether the child whose father is suing could become the victim of retaliation. Attorney Keith Beauchamp is asking a federal appeals court to let the case go to trial with....

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Mississauga pastor opens up about experience in N. Korean prison
A Mississauga pastor who was released from a North Korean prison earlier this month is publicly speaking about his time in captivity for the first time, telling CP24 that he was kept in isolation and forced to dig holes in the frozen ground in the winter as part of his sentence. Hyeong Soo Lim was released on Aug.

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The Return of the Lion King, Red lines and a Six Minute Roar
President Muhammadu Buhari on arrival at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja. AUG 19 2017. The passion for him,in many parts, is very stubborn. Those unimpressed by the enthusiasm of the crowd at the airport claim it was a choreographed sham. Crowds are routinely hired in Nigeria.

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Cultural Warlord Trump Goes on the Offensive
Silicon Valley tycoon Peter Thiel delivered one of the most memorable speeches of last year’s Republican National Convention, predicting that Donald Trump would, swiftly and without mercy, end the culture wars. How is that working out? More than a year ago in Cleveland, Thiel told the GOP crowd , “I am proud to be gay .

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Nation-World 55 mins ago 6:17 a.m. Hurricane Harvey downgraded to Category 1; over 200K without power
CORPUS CHRISTI - Hurricane Harvey has settled over southeast Texas early Saturday after making landfall as a Category 4 storm in Texas late Friday, bringing with it 130-mph winds and unleashing flash floods, storm surges and up to three feet of rain. Harvey is the first major hurricane classified as....

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A Right-Wing 'Free Speech' Rally Planned for San Francisco Has Been Cancelled
Organizers feared violence after the deadly clashes in Charlottesville A “free speech” rally planned for San Francisco’s Crissy Field this weekend has been cancelled, the organizers said in a on Friday. Facebook Live post The event was planned for Saturday by a right-wing group known as Patriot Prayer.

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Three killed in Indian Kashmir clash with militants
“We are evacuating the families and everyone from there,” he said. It was not clear how many attackers were inside the compound where hundreds of police and paramilitary troops are usually present. “Exchange of fire is still on inside,” inspector general of police Muneer Ahmed Khan told AFP.

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News 13 mins ago Land dispute tears Delta communities apart, citizens relocating for fear of attack
Communal war between Ediba and Usumutong in Abi local government area of Cross River has continued unabated. The latest was the killing of one Pastor John in Ediba and the bombing of the residence of a police officer, also in Ediba, by people suspected to be from Usumutong.

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Governor's call for holiday in memory of police brutality victims
SUMMARY. One was clobbered by a rogue cop, the other felled by a stray bullet and both had nothing to do with the elections. Kisumu Governor Anyang’ Nyong’o says he will table a motion to make February 8 a human rights holiday, in memory of victims of police brutality.

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Pastor caught with fresh heart of one-year-old girl in Calabar
The fresh heart of a one-year-old girl, identified as Success Ime, has been discovered in a church at 3, Okon Edak Street, off Atamunu, Calabar in Cross River State. The General Overseer of the Ministry, a Reverend, has been arrested for allegedly using the girl for ritual.

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Verse of the day

It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God. Matthew, 19. 24


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