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The Pentecostal movement Part 1 - The origins
In the Pentecostal church, the preaching, singing and dancing are spirited, demonstrating a sort of exhilaration that is absent from many other Christian denominations. The praise and worship sessions are equally fervent, and people speak in tongues, a language seemingly unintelligible to everyone including the speakers.

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Who wants to chair Special Committee?
It remains unclear, following today’s meeting, who will preside over the Senate Special Select Committee. According to U.D.P. senators Aldo Salazar and Doctor Carla Barnett, neither of them was inclined to lead the working group because they are both of the belief that the committee should be headed by a representative of the three social partners.

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Georgia's accidental child shootings nearly twice average
Brent Moxey, the youth pastor at West Ridge Church in Dallas, Ga., poses for a photo on Aug. 18, 2016, holding his phone showing a photo of Holston Cole, a 3-year-old parishioner who died in April after accidentally shooting himself with his father's handgun.

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Linden mothers get hampers
Sixty-two mothers and expectant mothers were the recipients of hampers filled with baby products from the” Mommy and Me” project. The project is the brainchild of American Social worker Jean Nurse who was born to Guyanese parents. The team headed by Nurse included Tonya Davis, Jennifer Harry, Sandra....

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Volunteers busy serving Shellharbour community
CityServe is an initiative of the Christian Churches of Shellharbour City. It is a collaboration of the churches, Shellharbour City Council, businesses and community volunteers. Past projects have included revitalising public places such as Warilla Pool.

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Why Justin Bieber Was Baptized In An NBA Player's Bathtub
When Justin Bieber was in the midst of what’s been described as a public downward spiral, he turned to someone in particular for help: Jesus. And As the lead pastor at Hillsong Church in Manhattan, Lentz has become known as the “rockstar pastor,” counseling celebrities on matters of faith when he’s not leading his come-as-you-are congregation.

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Brentwood homicide believed to be gang related
Police in Brentwood said the death of a man who was severely injured and found lying in the middle of the road just before midnight Thursday appears to be gang related. According to police, the 34-year-old man found on American Boulevard in the Long Island town was still alive when officers arrived at the scene.

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This Time, Anna Deavere Smith Cuts Close to Home
Anna Deavere Smith and Marcus Shelby in “Notes From the Field.” Credit Evgenia Eliseeva. “I was like, ‘Oh my God, I’ve been gone from there all these years, and this is not the Baltimore that I knew,’” she said. “And I was like, ‘Man, it is time to go home.

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North Carolina governor: Flooded historic town will get help
Residents use their boats to get through flood waters from the North East Cape Fear River in the Riverbend Subdivision off Hwy 53 Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. Flood waters from Hurricane Matthew are starting to crest in Burgaw, N.C. along Hwy 53 but are still heading down river towards Wilmington.

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Why the United Nations is facing push-back as it tries to help Haiti
Town residents help carry hurricane relief supplies, dropped off by a US military helicopter, to a waiting truck in Anse d'Hainault, southwestern Haiti, Friday, Oct. 14, 2016. Haiti struggles to find enough aid to help the millions of residents affected by hurricane Matthew.

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Don’t shut out clergy, others
Updated 35 minutes ago It was wonderful to read the article “U.S. attorney calls out some Pa. coroners over lack of overdose death data.” Shockingly, religion and faith-based programs were completely ignored when in fact we have been working closely with the FBI, DEA and other government entities.

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Religion events from around the Washington area
Daily through Oct. 31: St. Luke’s Pumpkin Patch. Visitors will be able to buy pumpkins brought by the Navajo Indians, decorations and pumpkin bread. Pumpkin Patch hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays; 4 to 7 p.m. on weekdays; 3 to 7 p.m. from Oct. 17 to 31. Also for sale will be pumpkin-carving supplies, soup mixes and more.

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From ‘only hope’ to ‘depressed’: 10 Maine Republicans on Trump
AUGUSTA, Maine — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump comes to Bangor on Saturday trying to punch his way out of a tight corner, but he still has support from prominent Republicans in his 2nd Congressional District base. The New York billionaire has since last week’s release of a 2005 tape....

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Georgia's accidental child shootings nearly twice average
DALLAS, Ga. (AP) It was in many ways a typical American morning: Mom making breakfast for the kids, Dad upstairs getting their twin daughters ready for the day. His backpack was in the living room, waiting for him to carry it to work. Their 3-year-old son was nearby, playing by himself.

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Kidnapping suspect arrested in Nicaragua, arraigned in Buffalo
Seven years after the disappearance of Isabella Miller-Jenkins, the Amish Mennonite missionary accused of helping the young girl's mother abduct her and flee to Nicaragua appeared in a Buffalo courtroom for the first time Friday. Timothy Miller, arrested in Nicaragua, is the second defendant to find himself before U.

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Man dies after found injured, lying in road in Brentwood
Police in Brentwood are investigating the death of a man who was severely injured and found lying in the middle of the road just before midnight Thursday. Detectives haven't yet ruled out if the death is connected with other homicides that recently occurred in the same Long Island town.

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North Carolina governor: Flooded historic town will get help
Governor Pat McCrory speaks with the pastor of St. Mark Church of Christ Alton A. Smith on a tour of flooding in Goldsboro, N.C. caused by Hurricane Matthew, Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. McCrory said the number of power outages was down to about 55,000, from a high of nearly 900,000 when the storm hit last week.

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Stokesville Baptist Church Celebrates 108 Years With Homecoming Services
Stokesville Baptist Church, located on the Coffee/Atkinson County line off Highway 64, will celebrate 108 years of ministry with its annual Homecoming service on Sunday, October 23. All former members as well as others who have a connection to the church are invited to attend. Stokesville Baptist Church was started by a group of members out of Mt.

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Woman dead after drunk driver crashes into home
LAKELAND, FL (WFTS/CNN) - A homeowner was killed on impact the moment a pick-up truck came barreling through her house. Investigators said Janice Folds and her husband, Wyatt Folds, had just woke up and started their morning routine. The truck went fast as it plowed through the first bedroom, past the dining room and came to a rest in the kitchen.

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Married youth pastor charged with impregnating 15-year-old
NEW PARIS, Pa. — A married Pennsylvania youth pastor has been fired and jailed over charges he impregnated a 15-year-old girl. State police say the wife of 35-year-old Wesley Blackburn reported him last week to the pastor of Faith Brethren Bible Church in Bedford County. The Rev.

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Haiti Relief Efforts Ramp Up After Post-Hurricane Cholera Outbreak
More than a week after Hurricane Matthew roared through Haiti, leaving a trail of devastation in the already poverty-stricken nation, aid groups are working to curb a post-hurricane cholera outbreak. “Before the hurricane, we had serious problems of access to health, water and sanitation, and cases of cholera.

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A New Home and a New Religion in Germany
During conversations with newly converted Iranian asylum-seekers, it struck me that being born again after arriving in Europe was not only an act of faith, but a practical matter: Europe is largely Christian, after all. Some converts, like Mattias, weren’t particularly devout Muslims to begin with anyway.

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Here’s why there are 7 write-in council candidates in this small Va. town
Not long ago, voters in Manassas Park had just one candidate running for city council even though there were three open seats, a sign of the political apathy that some observers say has affected small communities nationwide. In a turnaround, the Northern Virginia city of 16,000 residents suddenly has multiple candidates vying for each seat on Nov.

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Seen@ photos from WSU Pres. Torrecilha investiture ceremony
WESTFIELD — Ramon S. Torrecilha was officially sworn in as president of Westfield State University of Friday during an investiture ceremony on the Dever Stage at Parenzo Hall. The 90-minute ceremony featured guest speakers Carlos E. Santiago, commissioner of Massachusetts Department of High Education, Steven P.

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When will religious conservatives publicly speak truth to Trump?
In case you missed it, Christianity Today ran a particularly insightful commentary from Andy Crouch, its executive editor and Trump critic, explaining why religious conservatives should not be silent about Donald Trump's alleged sexual misbehavior. I also have wondered why many have kept silent.

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Report: Park Ridge parochial school among those in archdiocese with elevated lead levels
Results of a recent water study conducted by the Archdiocese of Chicago show elevated levels of lead were detected in water collected from Mary, Seat of Wisdom Catholic School in Park Ridge. Details of the study, conducted in July and released this week, show that lead amounts exceeding the U.S.

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