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Hillary Clinton wants to be a lay preacher. Here’s what her spiritual adviser says.
Hillary Clinton wants to be a preacher, and a Duke Divinity School alum who served as her spiritual adviser during the 2016 presidential campaign says Clinton would be powerful in the pulpit. “I think she would be a terrific preacher,” said the Rev. Bill Shillady, who has been a friend and a pastor to the Clinton family for 15 years.

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The scary math of (variable) crazies with nukes
Back in the Cold War days, heightened in intensity when Nikita Khrushchev and John F. Kennedy played atomic chicken during the Cuban Missile Crisis, elementary school teachers conducted drills should there be a nuclear bomb dropped on our heads. Basically, it was to take cover under your desk and....

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Hillary Clinton wants to be a lay preacher. Here’s what her spiritual adviser says.
Hillary Clinton wants to be a preacher, and a Duke Divinity School alum who served as her spiritual adviser during the 2016 presidential campaign says Clinton would be powerful in the pulpit. “I think she would be a terrific preacher,” said the Rev. Bill Shillady, who has been a friend and a pastor to the Clinton family for 15 years.

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Canadian pastor Hyeon Soo Lim released over health reasons, says North Korea
There was no immediate reaction Wednesday morning from Canadian officials. Lim, the 62-year-old senior pastor of the Light Presbyterian Church in Mississauga, had made frequent humanitarian visits to North Korea on behalf of his church. But he went missing during a 2015 visit and it was later....

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Churches may help Osceola County homeless crisis
He said churches on the list could work on "on call" schedules to ensure there's always a place for the homeless to go. If the plan is put into place, it would help people like Jacquelin Gotto. Gotto spent a year and a half on the streets. “We'd sleep at bus stops, in the woods,” Gotto said. Gotto found guidance at Kissimmee Christian Church.

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Hillary Clinton wants to be a lay preacher. Here’s what her spiritual adviser says.
Hillary Clinton wants to be a preacher, and a Duke Divinity School alum who served as her spiritual adviser during the 2016 presidential campaign says Clinton would be powerful in the pulpit. “I think she would be a terrific preacher,” said the Rev. Bill Shillady, who has been a friend and a pastor to the Clinton family for 15 years.

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Hillary Clinton wants to be a lay preacher. Here’s what her spiritual adviser says.
Hillary Clinton wants to be a preacher, and a Duke Divinity School alum who served as her spiritual adviser during the 2016 presidential campaign says Clinton would be powerful in the pulpit. “I think she would be a terrific preacher,” said the Rev. Bill Shillady, who has been a friend and a pastor to the Clinton family for 15 years.

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The Wednesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories
Highlights from the news file for Wednesday, Aug. 9. CANADIAN PASTOR FREED IN NORTH KOREA: An Ontario church congregation is celebrating news of the release of their pastor from a North Korean prison more than two years after he was arrested in the country.

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Hillary Clinton wants to be a lay preacher. Here’s what her spiritual adviser says.
Hillary Clinton wants to be a preacher, and a Duke Divinity School alum who served as her spiritual adviser during the 2016 presidential campaign says Clinton would be powerful in the pulpit. “I think she would be a terrific preacher,” said the Rev. Bill Shillady, who has been a friend and a pastor to the Clinton family for 15 years.

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The Wednesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories
Highlights from the news file for Wednesday, Aug. 9. CANADIAN PASTOR FREED IN NORTH KOREA: An Ontario church congregation is celebrating news of the release of their pastor from a North Korean prison more than two years after he was arrested in the country.

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Hillary Clinton wants to be a lay preacher. Here’s what her spiritual adviser says.
Hillary Clinton wants to be a preacher, and a Duke Divinity School alum who served as her spiritual adviser during the 2016 presidential campaign says Clinton would be powerful in the pulpit. “I think she would be a terrific preacher,” said the Rev. Bill Shillady, who has been a friend and a pastor to the Clinton family for 15 years.

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The scary math of (variable) crazies with nukes
Back in the Cold War days, heightened in intensity when Nikita Khrushchev and John F. Kennedy played atomic chicken during the Cuban Missile Crisis, elementary school teachers conducted drills should there be a nuclear bomb dropped on our heads. Basically, it was to take cover under your desk and....

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Tillerson says no 'imminent threat' from Pyongyang
While addressing reporters aboard his plane, the US secretary of state insisted there wasn't "any immediate threat" to the island. "Americans should sleep well at night," he said, seeking to defuse fears of a possible military conflict between the US and North Korea.

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Cassandra Sainsbury in court for sentencing
Australian woman Cassie Sainsbury is in court in Colombia this morning where a judge will decide whether to accept her plea bargain which was struck over cocaine-trafficking charges. The 22-year-old was arrested at Bogota airport in April with almost six kilograms of cocaine hidden in her luggage.

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Matthew’s Table aims to enrich community life
An article about Matthew’s Table, a ministry of Lord of Life Lutheran Church, appeared recently in The Lancaster/ Depew Bee. Unfortunately, the impression that some members of the community took away from the article does not accurately reflect the purpose of our ministry.

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Probation for former South Carolina lawmaker who pleaded guilty to hitting his wife
A former state lawmaker in South Carolina was sentenced to probation Monday after pleading guilty to first-degree domestic violence. Chris Corley, 36, punched his wife with a closed fist, bit her on the nose, pointed a gun at her, and threatened to kill her and himself in December in front of their three children, according to court records.

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Cassie Sainsbury to learn her fate in Colombian court
Judge Leon said Sainsbury's explanation for her actions raised questions about whether the deal should be confirmed. Sainsbury returned to a court in Bogata on Thursday - escorted past a media frenzy by female prison officers - where the judge is expected to decide if the deal will be accepted.

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News Minute: Here is the latest Kentucky news from The Associated Press at 4:40 p.m. EDT
WASHINGTON (AP) - One of President Donald Trump's most loyal supporters has made a $300,000 donation to a super PAC for a primary opponent of Sen. Jeff Flake. The Arizona Republican faces re-election next year and has been one of the biggest thorns in the president's side.

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Coral Gables Fire Lieutenant hit by stray bullet thanks supporters on Facebook
NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) - A Coral Gables Fire lieutenant is on the road to recovery after he was hit with a stray bullet in Northwest Miami-Dade over the weekend. Coral Gables Fire Lt. Xavier Jones took to Facebook to give his followers a message of thanks for their support.

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North Korea Releases Canadian Pastor
North Korea has released a Canadian pastor who had been serving a life sentence since 2015 over allegations of crimes against the state, North Korean state media reported. Hyeon Soo Lim was freed from prison on "sick bail" after a Canadian delegation traveled to Pyongyang on his behalf, according to the official Korean Central News Agency.

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Father Facing Deportation Takes Sanctuary In New Haven Church
A Meriden father facing deportation to Ecuador has taken sanctuary in a New Haven church, the second immigrant in Connecticut to do so. NEW HAVEN, CT - On the heels of a number of recent stories involving Connecticut men and women seeking to stay in the country after being issued a deportation....

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New Pastor Joins Bascomb United Methodist Church
Rev. Sonny Sellers has been appointed as Senior Pastor to Bascomb United Methodist Church in Woodstock. Pastor Sonny came to Bascomb UMC after serving at Griffin First United Methodist as Associate Pastor for two years. He has a background as Music Minister, Youth Minister, and Director of Christian Education.

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Amid calls for change, Medaria Arradondo one step closer to becoming Minneapolis police chief
The vote, which now goes to the full City Council, came after a wide swath of Minneapolis citizens expressed their support for the permanent appointment of Medaria Arradondo as the city’s police chief but some warned that he alone cannot change the culture of the department.

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Opposition leader warns of lawsuits over PLP arrests
By KHRISNA VIRGIL. Deputy Chief Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Leader Philip “Brave” Davis said there are plans to file civil lawsuits against the government over investigations involving former PLP members of Parliament.

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Pinedale COGOP celebrates 50 years in gospel ministry
Six pastors and two associate pastors, who have worked in spiritual development of the congregation at the Church of God of Prophecy, Pinedale will be honored during the 50 Anniversary Service of Thanksgiving on Sunday, August 13. However, organizers say leading up to the grand celebration this....

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Tillerson says no 'imminent threat' from Pyongyang
While addressing reporters aboard his plane, the US secretary of state insisted there wasn't "any immediate threat" to the island. "Americans should sleep well at night," he said, seeking to defuse fears of a possible military conflict between the US and North Korea.

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