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'God rewards those who diligently seek Him'
"But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that he is and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him." - Hebrews 11:6. There was a time in Pastor Elon Talmie's life when he could not provide for family.

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Doctor's Advice | Can my wife learn how to climax?
Q: Dear Doctor, could my wife learn to orgasm even though she has never previously done so? She is 29, and I am 28. We have been married for three years and we plan to have children in the near future. I would describe our sex life as good, but the fact is that she has never ever orgasmed in her life.

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Joseph Millwood : From Rastafarianism, to atheism to Christianity
From Rastafarianism and atheism to the pulpit ministering about the goodness of God, Joseph Millwood's story is one of redemption and purpose, which serves to inspire anyone who may believe they are beyond the point of salvation. Millwood, who was appointed in May of this year as pastor of the....

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Catastrophic Hurricane Harvey makes
CORPUS CHRISTI - Hurricane Harvey made 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 Category 3 or above to hit the USA since Hurricane Wilma in 2005.

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Mob sets church ablaze over pastor’s alleged killing 11-year-old for ritual 52 mins ago News
A church belonging to a pastor, named as Anthony Obo, has been set ablaze by mob for allegedly killing of an 11-year-old girl in Calabar.The pastor, whose church, was located at 6, Abua Street, off Edgerly road in Calabar South Council of Cross River State, at mid-morning yesterday escaped being....

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Pastor gets life for raping sister
A PASTOR, 35, of Tshaulu village in Vhembe who was convicted of raping his minor sister and a 16-year-old girl, was slapped with life imprisonment plus 24 years in jail, by the Limpopo High Court on Wednesday. The NPA regional spokesperson, Mashudu Malabi-Dzhangi, said the court heard that the man,....

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Wabaunsee’s historic Beecher Bible and Rifle Church to have annual Settler’s Day program
As it does every year at this time, the historic Beecher Bible and Rifle Church in the small town of Wabaunsee will have its “Old Settlers’ Day” program this weekend, recounting the contributions of free-state settlers who came to the area 163 years ago. “Old Settlers’ Day” services will begin at 9:45 a.

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Nation-World 15 mins ago 12:08 a.m. Catastrophic Hurricane Harvey makes landfall in Texas
CORPUS CHRISTI - Hurricane Harvey made 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 Category 3 or above to hit the USA since Hurricane Wilma in 2005.

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Saint John parents concerned about school volunteers promoting church membership
One of the province's newest schools is a little over a week away from opening, and already the school district had to respond to parents' complaints about its affiliation with a church. Seaside Park Elementary School will combine the students of several older schools on Saint John's west side.

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Village fines students for breaking in and stealing
Seven students of Falealili College accused of breaking in and taking school properties have been slapped with a $1,000 and cattle fine by the Poutasi Village Council. The decision was confirmed by the Village Mayor, Seuseu, who defended it saying that in the traditional Samoan setting, the Village....

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Residents ask city leaders to adopt anti-hate proclamation
WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) - With tensions running high from the recent events in Charlottesville, a Wichita Falls man is trying to do something to unify his community. "I remember in 1940 going with my mom and dad to a movie and seeing the news reel and the Germans marching and yelling the slogans," Wichita Falls Resident, Gene Newton said.

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Group Advocates For LGBT Kids In Religious Homes
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - It's being labeled an epidemic: alarmingly high suicide rates, homeless rates, and sex trafficking rates among LGBT youth, especially in religious homes. To try and change the trend, a group named Faith in America walked into the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the....

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Sheriff calls for 100 new officers on same day as police-involved shooting 17 Mins Friday's officer-involved shooting in Jacksonville's Paxon neighborhood came on the same day
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Friday's officer-involved shooting in Jacksonville's Paxon neighborhood came on the same day Sheriff Mike Williams asked the City Council for 100 new officers. Williams said the city is growing too quickly, and he needs help. There are a few issues the sheriff is bringing up.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
CHARLESTON, S.C. The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records. Thomas Demetrius Burns, 53, remained hospitalized Friday, the....

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Charleston shooter had history of violence, mental illness [Video]
CHARLESTON, S.C. The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records. Thomas Demetrius Burns, 53, remained hospitalized Friday, the....

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Reverend putting 'improvement' back in MIA
On the 54th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech , the Montgomery organization he led is inviting the public to join in a new cause. Rev. Cromwell Handy has had King’s torch passed to him in more ways than one. Handy is pastor at the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, where King led sermons at during the civil rights movement.

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Charleston shooter had history of violence, mental illness [Video]
CHARLESTON, S.C. The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records. Thomas Demetrius Burns, 53, remained hospitalized Friday, the....

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Religion events from around the Washington area
First Baptist Church of Woodbridge announces the arrival of its new senior pastor, the Rev. Bradford Kirby, from First Baptist Church of Jensen Beach, Fla. To celebrate his arrival and provide the community with an opportunity to connect with the church’s ministries, there will be a Fall Kickoff on Sunday.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
CHARLESTON (AP) — The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records. Thomas Demetrius Burns, 53, remained hospitalized Friday, the....

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Former chair on Jagdeo’s third list of GECOM nominees
Former Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) , Major General (retired) Joseph Singh is on third list of six nominees submitted by Opposition Leader , Bharrat Jagdeo to President David Granger to chair the commission. Other names on the list are Attorney Teni Housty ,Attorney Sanjeev....

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Derby brewery opens doors long closed
Bad sons make good beer. That is the premise behind a craft brewery opened last month by Shelton brothers Bill and Mark DaSilva in a renovated factory building across the Housatonic River on Roosevelt Drive in Derby. By the look of the crowd on a recent Saturday afternoon, they have succeeded.

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Former rebels, Colombia prosecutor spar over FARC war chest
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia submitted a list of belongings that included farms, cattle and items as miniscule as mops and juice squeezers as required under a peace agreement earlier this month. But chief prosecutor Nestor Martinez and other government officials are questioning their....

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
Thomas Demetrius Burns, 53, remained hospitalized Friday, the day after he was shot by police to end a hostage standoff that followed the slaying at Virginia's restaurant on a busy street of shops and upscale eateries in downtown Charleston. Authorities released his name Friday.

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Nicole Spall and Lee Chrysler spent over 700 hours building their new home
Not very many people can say they spent 700 hours building their home, but Nicole Spall and Lee Chrysler can. With new house keys and an honour guard march from Chatham-Kent Fire emergency services on Friday, their family were welcomed into their new Habitat For Humanity home at the end of Sherman Street in Blenheim.

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Wallingford ZBA approves two daycare proposals
WALLINGFORD — The Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously approved two applications for daycares last week, including one submitted by New Life Church to open a daycare at the former TD Bank on North Turnpike Road. New Life Church is moving its existing day care, Carver Preschool, located on Bee Street in Meriden, to the former bank property at 7 N.

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U.S. political climate results from ‘theological malpractice,’ D.C. pastor says
The Rev. William H. Lamar IV, pastor of the Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in the District, spoke about the role of the church in this time with Hamil R. Harris, an adjunct professor at Morgan State University and a former Washington Post staff writer. The interview has been edited for brevity and clarity.

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