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Crazy World: Pastor ruthlessly beats up nephew for playing with his bicycle
In Ebutongoi-Emuhaya, Luanda constituency, a kid was rescued by villagers from the hands of his furious uncle after the uncle caught him riding his bicycle while he was away spreading the gospel. The incident left most people dumbfounded, summoning a huge gathering – which made it clear that the pastor was wrong to beat up his nephew.

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Ex-Church of England vicar caught downloading child and bestiality porn
Former vicar Paul Battersby admitted downloading and possessing indecent images of children and animals. A former Church of England vicar has been found guilty of downloading indecent images of children and animals. Paul Battersby, 68, admitted to possessing almost 2,000 sexual images of children....

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Boko Haram attack: 41 soldiers, CJTF, UNIMAID staff, NNPC drivers killed
Security agencies failed to reveal the extent of damage done during Tuesday’s ambush of oil exploration workers in the Lake Chad Basin by Boko Haram. Information emerged yesterday that the attack left scores dead. 48 bodies of the victims of the attack were deposited at the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital (UMTH) mortuary.

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Photos: Reno visits Buhari’s Abuja Home in London
As President Muhammadu Buhari continued to welcome delegations, both of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and from his party, the All Progressives Congress, APC, party, at his Abuja Home in London, the former aide to Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan on electronic media, Pastor Reno Omokri has decided to visit Buhari’s Abuja Home in London too.

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‘Belief goes beyond logic’ - Otabil
The General Overseer of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Dr. Mensa Otabil, has cautioned believers at the ongoing Greater Works conference against applying logic to matters of faith. Preaching at ICGC's Christ Temple on Thursday morning Pastor Otabil told the congregation that belief can make all things possible.

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Shirley Kay Bergsieker
COLUMBUS. Shirley Kay Bergsieker, 65, of Columbus, died at 12:43 p.m. on July 25, 2017, at Our Hospice of South Central Indiana. Shirley was born July 3, 1952, in Seymour to Fred and Joyce Stearns. She married Ed Bergsieker on July 2, 1988, at Zion Baptist Church in North Vernon. She graduated from Jennings County High School in 1970.

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Football chairman 'caught kissing married woman'
THEY might be wallowing at the bottom of the log but their chairman is scoring goals in the wrong places! Tsholotsho Football Club chairman Mlamuli Phiri who is also a pastor with Family Covenant Church in Victoria Falls is reportedly at the centre of a marriage wrecking storm amid revelations that....

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Pastor may face jail time over anti-gay remarks
Cape Town - Could Pastor Oscar Bougardt be sitting in the prison soon? The controversial Cape Flats holy man is nervous after the SA Human Rights Commission claimed this week that Bougardt had contravened a court order prohibiting him from making homophobic remarks on social media.

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Drunken touts block pastor’s sermon
STOP it! There was drama at Luveve Cemetery in Bulawayo on Saturday last week when drunken touts blocked a pastor from a local church from conducting a service during the burial of their colleague, claiming it was against their practice as "drunkards." The reportedly drunken touts created a midday....

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Nairobi: No husband,no problem: Nigerian preacher coming to the city to help singles get husband
Pastor Chris Ojigbani When he visited Kenya in 2016, he told the single women that he had the ‘right knowledge for singles; When he fast came to Kenya in 2010, single ladies trooped to KICC in thousands. Controversial Nigerian preacher, Pastor Chris Ojigbani, has a message for single women in Nairobi.

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50 years ago: Women’s Guild celebrates anniversary in North Side
In the July 26, 1967 edition of the Caymanian Weekly, a precursor of the Cayman Compass, “North Side News” correspondent Nettie McCoy wrote: “The Women’s Guild here held its 19th anniversary on the 20th. There were delegates from Bodden Town and George Town branches of the Guild who rendered musical....

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Spending God’s Money, God’s Own Way
Nigerians vote pastors who spend God’s money for God’s purpose. It was Kwuanguli Wewe’s two-minutes video for eNCA.com , currently rocking the social media that revealed Africa’s top five richest pastors are all Nigerians, with a combined net worth of over 235 million US dollars.

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Ovaherero/Ovambanderu Go Down Memory Lane
By Kae Matundu-Tjiparuro. LEPHALALE, South Africa. The delight was subdued but visible on the faces of South Africans of Ovaherero/Ovambanderu descent. Subdued because with over 500 guests to host, feed and accommodate, they could not merely delight in the historicity of the occasion and the record number of their kith and kin it attracted.

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Faith Calendar
Fellowship dinner: The annual “O Taste N See” dinner will feature an array of dishes prepared by the men of First Congregational Church. Past dishes included beef brisket, jerk chicken, Louisiana gumbo and vegetarian pasta. This year’s menu is subject to change.

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Why a 2,500-year-old Hebrew poem still matters
Jews will remember these two historic calamities along with many others, including their ; the and ; and the Holocaust. Spain The pattern of forced migration was set by the Babylonian conquest of 587-586 B.C. , when the elite of Judah were marched to Babylon and the temple destroyed.

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Members of the Hispanic community protest against ICE raids
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Hours after protesting the death of a man in Southaven, the Memphis Hispanic community prepared for another. They are pushing for reform and pushing to stop ICE agents from what they are calling racial profiling. The Iglesias Nueva Vida Church is also working to support the families whose main provider was taken by the agents.

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A pastor named Paul George, a nervous mom and a trash bag: A Greenfield baseball hero's homecoming
Sharon Gibson stands up from her seat at Victory Field and heads up to the main concourse as a soaking rain causes a delay and signals the end of her son’s night on the mound. She picks up her trash bag and trudges up the stairs. This is a story about Kyle Gibson, and about the community of Greenfield, but there’s also that bag.

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Does Our New Religious Freedom Czar Believe in Dominionism?
His successor, Pierce, said in 2011 that God told him in 2005 that a black man would be elected president; that, in 2008, God said President Obama would cause the United States to split into two nations by abandoning Israel; and that the resulting civil war would “tear down, raise up, overthrow, [and] rebuild” our society.

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Rock on the Rock Christian music festival planned
BELOIT - Everyone's invited to a day of great musical entertainment, faith and succulent sweet corn. The Rock on the Rock Christian music festival will be held from noon - 10 p.m. on Aug. 5 and from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. on Aug. 6 at the Harry C. Moore Pavilion in Riverside Park.

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Kevin Cullen A predator walks while his protectors never had to stand
“I was angry,” Crowley told me five years ago, when he first spoke publicly about the abuse he suffered at Shanley’s hands. “At my perpetrator. At the church, which I knew was aware of Shanley’s crimes and protected him. At myself, for allowing myself to be vulnerable.

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Wake County
Visitors can munch on sushi and slurp ramen as they wander around the N.C. Japan Summer Festival on Saturday, July 29, at the state fairgrounds. A market, Japanese drum performances and Buddhist Obon rituals will be some of the highlights. Maps of commonly mispronounced places in the Tar Heel state....

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Mennonite pastor had a wide range of interests, talents
Updated 44 minutes ago. David W. Cressman pursued a wide range of interests in his life, with a concentration that made him a success, his family said. “He was rather intense,” said Phebe A. Epp Cressman, his wife. “Very goal-oriented.” Mr. Cressman also was adaptable, said his youngest son, Tim Cressman.

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Pasco councilman faces five challengers in primary
They’re seeking a four-year term in District 4, which covers the area between Convention Drive and Broadmoor Boulevard/Road 100, north of Argent Road. Ballots must be postmarked or returned by election day. The top two vote-getters from the district will advance to the Nov. 7 general election.

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Faith not an excuse for anti-transgender bills
Faith is used often as an excuse for bigotry. Religion can be wielded like a weapon, to put down the humanity of others, and to justify an agenda that coincides with one's personal feelings on a group of people. One needs only to look at the current debate over transgender Texans' right to use the restroom that matches their identity.

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WKYT Investigates: Student homelessness a rising issue in Scott County
GEORGETOWN, Ky. (WKYT)- Local resources are being stretched thin as Kentucky educators continue to count a rise in their homeless student populations. Georgetown is one place that is affected, where their annual averages recently reached an all-time high.

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International Christian Assembly announces catalyst conference 2017
Following positive feedback on last year’s event, the International Christian Assembly (ICA), Organizers of Catalyst annual leadership conference has announced that this year’s event is scheduled to take place in August. ICA Senior Pastor Rev Dr. Enson Mbilikile Lwesya told Nyasa Times that the....

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O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest the prophets, and stonest them which are sent unto thee, how often would I have gathered thy chickens together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not! Matthew, 23. 37


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