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MIFF 2017: The Song Keepers is a remarkable tale of culture surviving and thriving
The singing in the film is joyous, the women frequently hilarious, but there are serious moments of reflection, too, that challenge the idea that Christian missions did more harm than good. Theresa Nipper recalls being taken in by the wife of her mission's pastor after she was rejected by the elders....

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151-year-old bible returned to Scotland after 3,500 mile trek
A 151-year-old bible has been returned to the Scots descendants of its original owner after making a 3,500-mile journey from the US. The book was returned after American owner Marshall Whitehead decided to track down the family of the original possessor.

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Religion roundup: Former Topekan Betty Gilkey to be honored for years of service to community, church
Gilkey is a Florida native who has lived in Topeka for more than 40 years. She has decided to return to her home state to be closer to her family. Gilkey, who retired from the State of Kansas a few years ago, taught a high school Sunday school class for years at the Antioch church.

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THE REV. SAYS: Try writing your own obituary
One morning in 1888, Alfred Nobel, inventor of dynamite, the man who had spent his life amassing a fortune from the manufacture and sale of weapons of destruction, awoke to read his own obituary. The obituary was printed as a result of a simple journalistic error -- Alfred's brother had died, and a....

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THE REV. SAYS: What if God sued us?
I've been thinking about suing God. Everybody else is suing somebody. Why not me? It seems to me that God really didn't make me as bright as some of the folks I know. I think he might have neglected me somewhat. I heard once about a lady who sued God for letting lightning strike her home. As far as I know, God never showed up for the trial.

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'We are sticking to our commitment'
WESTERN BUREAU: Pastor Glen Samuels, president of the West Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (WJC), has reaffirmed his organisation's commitment to assist the neighbouring Cornwall Regional Hospital (CRH) with provision of space while the hospital's administration works on resolving its air-quality issues.

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SHOALS CAMPUS: Church of the Highlands continues connecting with God
When Hodges and 34 like-minded people started Church of the Highlands, 350 people attended its first meeting in the auditorium at Mountain Brook High School. Within a year, the church had grown to 600 people. Now, Church of the Highlands’ main campus at Grants Mill in Irondale has more than 5,000 in attendance for weekly worship.

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Church bulletin: Aug. 5, 2017
Notes: The Rev. Travis Farris, pastor of Walnut Memorial Baptist Church, will be the evangelist. The worship services are nondenominational. Music will be by Yellow Creek Baptist Church. Youth Celebration Night will begin at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 11 with refreshments. Worship will be at 11 a.m. Aug.

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Woman raps SDA over pastor’s penalty
The woman, a teacher, told the SATURDAY SUN that after a year-and-a half of investigations into her complaint surrounding text messages between her and the pastor, in which she believed he was making advances towards her, the church ruled that it could find no grounds on which to discipline the....

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Religion calendar
Deadline to submit items for the TimesDaily Religion Calendar is 5 p.m. Tuesday for publication the following Saturday. Information, however, may be submitted up to six weeks in advance. Email items to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Include a complete address with all venues, along with a name and telephone number.

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TOLIVER CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Toliver Chapel Missionary Baptist Church 1402 Elm Avenue • Waco, Tx – Dr. Jimmy D. Hunter, Pastor Celebrates 122nd Church Anniversary Dr. Jimmy D. Hunter Sunday, August 6, 2017 – 10 a.m. Theme: Just Look Where the Lord Has Brought Us - (Joshua 24:17) Guest Speaker Dr.

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Pearson, Katherine
Katherine PearsonOct. 11, 1931 - Aug. 1, 2017Katherine "Kay" Nell Pearson, 85, of Killeen passed away on Tuesday, August 1, 2017, at her residence. A visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., Sunday, August 6, at Crotty Funeral Home & Cremation Services of Belton. Funeral service will be at 11:00 a.

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Nissan Workers in Mississippi Reject Union Bid by U.A.W.
Advertisement Continue reading the main story Nissan also pays a roughly similar percentage of employees’ incomes into their retirement accounts as do the Michigan automakers. Before coming to Nissan more than 14 years ago, “I didn’t have a 401(k), I had one week of vacation,” said Marvin Cooke, a....

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From the place of prayer, Onos sings new song 30 mins ago Music
After months of working on her new materials, award-winning gospel singer Onos Ariyo finally debuted her third album, Songs from the Place of Prayer. Held at the Landmark Events Centre, Oniru, Victoria Island, Lagos, what was planned as an album launch session turned into an inspirational evening of....

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Delta Pastor Heals Lady Whose Period Stopped At Age Of 18, Sister Behind It Runs Mad
A lady whose period reportedly stopped at the age of 18, got her healing after she was brought to General Overseer of Covenant of Greatness Christian Bible Church, Prophet Henry Osasere. It was also gathered that her sister who was reportedly responsible for her condition, who also brought her to the church ran mad for it.

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Religion & Life Passages
By Maggie Gordon Dr. Rev. Matthew Russell pulls out his small, white reading glasses and props them on his nose. He glances down at his notes and the Bible he brings to the altar of St. Paul's United Methodist Church every ... The Progressive National Baptist Convention Inc.

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How Houston stopped tearing down its history
The preservation movement in Houston grew slowly but incrementally. In 1954, an embryonic Harris County Heritage Society appeared, originally to preserve just the 1848 Kellum Noble House, the oldest brick structure in Houston, and still in its original location, which when new was outside the town limits.

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Hope Church at ASU expelled from campus religious council
Arizona State University's yearlong investigation into campus ministry Hope Church has resulted in the group being voted off the university's Council of Religious Advisors. The decision allows Hope Church to remain on campus, but it will have to pay for space at ASU's Tempe campus.

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Is Kansas part of the Bible Belt?
Davis Hammet isn’t sure how to define the Bible Belt – he just knows he grew up in it. Growing up in north Florida meant everyone went to church and there was a strong sense of “cultural” Christianity, said Hammet, who is the founder of Loud Light, an organization that works to increase youth civic participation in Kansas.

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Church services
CATHEDRALS. National Cathedral of Saint Patrick, Dublin THE EIGHT SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY 9.15 EUCHARIST said in the Lady Chapel. 11.15 CHORAL EUCHARIST sung by The Close Chorale Haydn: Kleine Orgelmesse, Tallis: o nata lux, Tallis: O sacrum convivium, Preacher: The Revd D.W.T. Crooks, M.A., B.D., Prebendary of Howth.

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Let’s encourage one another
On July 19, 2017, the West African Examination Council released the provisional results of the 2017 May/June West African Senior Schools Certificate Examinations. As usual, some students passed and others failed. Some also had their results withheld for alleged examination malpractices.

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Organizations brainstorm ways to improve Green Bay schools
GREEN BAY, Wis. - On Thursday night, dozens of people from different organizations sat down at tables in the East High School cafeteria to brainstorm ideas to improve schools in the Green Bay Area Public School District. "We just want to help students and help their families as well, I really think....

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Family and church matriarch turns 100
Gertrude Marie Bailey is noted for setting a positive example and has a reputation for her sense of humor. By Andy Fillmore Correspondent. Family members and friends of Gertrude Marie Bailey gathered at Greater Hopewell Baptist Church Friday afternoon to celebrate her 100th birthday.

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GRIEVING GARDS' ANGUISH Charlie Gard's parents reveal how their dying son gazed at them one last time as his heart stopped
Charlie passed away just one week from his first birthday. “Charlie opened his eyes and looked at us one last time and closed them before he passed away. We were warned it might take five or six minutes. But it took 12 until his heart stopped beating.” Chris added: ‘It was typical of our little....

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Bishop Malone to celebrate outdoor mass Sunday
Hundreds of people are expected to attend an outdoor mass that Buffalo Catholic Diocese Bishop Richard J. Malone will celebrate at 10 a.m. Sunday at St. John XXIII Catholic Church, the former St. William Church site, 1 Arcade St. at Harlem Road, West Seneca.

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Nashville church races to help Haitian teens who face uncertain future
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A Middle Tennessee church is making a final push to raise tens of thousands of dollars to help Haitian teenagers with nowhere to go. Located in Jeremie, Haiti, the Emmanuel Children’s Village is a haven for close to 70 children. But six teens face an uncertain future as Mt. Carmel Baptist Church races to raise funds.

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