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Tulsa Pastors Offer Condolences To Terence Crutcher's Family
TULSA, Oklahoma - A group of north Tulsa pastors offered their condolences to Terence Crutcher's family but will continue to push for changes in police policies and procedures. First Baptist Church North Tulsa pastor Rev. Anthony Scott and other local pastors held a news conference Friday morning to....

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Omg: Wife Exposes Pastor Husband Who Slept With Her Best Friend
A victim of sexual abuse in the hands of her estranged husband has taken to Facebook to vent her anger after exposing the man's dirty shenanigans. She alleged that the husband has been sexually abusing her and beating her to the extent that he blackmailed and extorted her money.

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Calls for death penalty for ‘world’s worst paedophile who made girl dig her own grave’
Peter Scully, from Australia, is accused of raping and trafficking two girls in the Philippines (Picture: Getty Images) Prosecutors in the Philippines are calling for the death penalty as punishment for a man said to be the ‘world’s worst paedophile’. Peter Scully, a 53-year-old father-of-two, is....

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UNCOVERED: “It was his time to get caught;” fingerprint from paper bag leads police to serial killer
After he smashed a brick into her head, after he raped her, after he left her naked from the waist down, the killer covered Marie Cole with a blanket from her chest to her feet. An odd gesture for such a brutal attack, but it helped disguise what he'd done.

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Clinton goes between two ferns, Trump calls for stop and frisk
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump addressed terrorism on Monday as the investigations continue into the recent bombings in New York and New Jersey. A suspect has since been taken into custody, but each candidate holds a contrasting plan for how to make America safer.

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A Millennial Sits Down to Watch <i>Survivor</i>
not on the same page. So which generation is to blame for the sorry state of our country? The one who is so narcissistic and entitled that it is willing to risk it all by voting for third-party candidates? Or the other, who reaped the benefits of the economic boom of the 1990s only to ruin the next....

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Bike ministry at Grace Presbyterian reaches homeless, needy
Soon, Sieczkowski began collecting more abandoned bikes and restoring them to their original condition. He donated them to People Helping People, a multi-denominational organization that serves local homeless people, so they could be given to those in need of transportation.

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Miller: Weeklong revival a time of unity
Apostle Kenneth A. Miller, senior pastor at Modern Day Exodus Kingdom Ministries (MDEKM) is calling for unity throughout the island of Grand Bahama. In an effort to share his message of unity, Miller is set to host a weeklong revival at the ministry’s location on the second floor of the John Rolle Building, West Atlantic Drive.

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First Baptist Church family set to celebrate Russell’s Fifth Pastoral Anniversary
First Baptist Church will be celebrating Rev. Dr. Keith A. Russell’s Fifth Pastoral Anniversary on Sunday, September 25, 2016, with guest preacher will be Rev. Omar Archer. Rev. Dr. Russell assumed the leadership at First Baptist following the passing of Pastor Emeritus, Rev. Dr. George L. Cumberbatch in 2011.

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Pastor sends pregnant wife packing, blames her for decline in church tithes
The 30-year-old pastor told The Nairobian that he married Wagitu in a hurry “because being a pastor, I needed a wife officially married in church,” adding that the wedding he borrowed money to finance had now left him in debt. It was learnt that the two fell in love when Wagitu, whom he saw as a ‘humble rural girl’ attended his church.

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Police refute reasons for Army raid on Niger villages
There was a mild drama on Friday at the ongoing commission of inquiry set up by the Niger State government to look into the remote causes of the bloody clash between the military and some communities in Bosso local government area of the state, when the state police command openly faulted the....

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Rule by Law or Power? Lawyer’s Conviction Stirs Online Debate in China
A harsh 12-year sentence handed down Thursday by a Chinese court against prominent civil rights lawyer Xia Lin is stirring a heated debate online about the rule of law in China, and whether the case shows an abuse of legal procedure. Xia, whose clients included dissident artist Ai Weiwei, was found....

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Springfield School Committee member Rev. Calvin McFadden set to vacate seat by end of September
SPRINGFIELD — The Rev. Calvin McFadden, in announcing Thursday night that he will resign his School Committee seat by the end of September to move to Agawam, leaves it up to the remaining members of the committee to choose his successor. Election Commissioner Gladys Oyola said the process for....

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New laws and rulings could cause Election Day confusion
ATLANTA — With more than 120 million Americans expected to cast ballots for president this fall, the nation’s voting process seems more convoluted than ever and rife with potential for confusion come Election Day. Voting rules vary widely by state and sometimes by county, meaning some Americans can....

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Christian Modesty: What not to wear
For some of us, we hold dear to the strictest form of modesty in dress: we embrace the idea that females should not wear any pant, jewelry, make-up, or shorts. Whereas, many more of us see no problem with any of the aforementioned providing that it is all done in decency, good taste, and from a pure motive.

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Grand Bahama?to host Global Leadership Conference and Retreat
(0) GLOBAL EVENT Pictured seated from left are Rev. Peter Pinder, Apostle James Sayles, Debbie Huyler and Derek Stubbs. Back row: Pastor Dwight Jennings, Shelly Shepherd, Pastor Ruth Adams, Pastor Peter Evans, Martha Rolle, Dudley Seide. On September 19, 2016, the Ministry of Tourisms’ Religious....

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FBC set to observe 40th Anniversary
(0) ANNIVERSARY ANNOUNCEMENT Members of Freeport Bible Church Business Network announced on Monday that they will be celebrating the church’s 40th Anniversary with two major activities a Business Symposium and a special Anniversary Service this week. (PHOTO: SHAYNE STUBBS) Members of Freeport Bible....

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Movie on 1967 Detroit riot set to shoot near Lansing
MASON, Mich. — Downtown Mason will be closed to traffic and pedestrians for one day next month while crews film scenes for an upcoming movie centered around the 1967 Detroit riot. Mason is a far cry from Detroit but the filmmakers' chief interest is the Ingham County Courthouse, the site of a trial following the riot.

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Movie on 1967 Detroit riots set to shoot near Lansing
MASON, Mich. — Downtown Mason will be closed to traffic and pedestrians for one day next month while crews film scenes for an upcoming movie centered around the 1967 Detroit riots. Mason is a far cry from Detroit but the filmmakers' chief interest is the Ingham County Courthouse, the site of a trial following the riots.

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Why Does God Allow Depression?
A thousand teenagers will cram into a Westminster conference room on Saturday with hundreds more forced to watch it online because they could not get a ticket for the over-subscribed event. But this is not a Jeremy Corbyn rally. Nor the latest in Justin Bieber's worship tour.

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Faith under fire: Christians in U.S. military 'openly under attack,' says retired Navy chaplain
Has the U.S. military become hostile to Christianity? The answer is "yes," as far as retired Navy chaplain Wes Modder is concerned. Modder came under attack from his superiors in the Navy last year for expressing his support for biblical marriage, according to "If you're a Christian and you come....

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Apostle Chiriseri's Burial Put On Hold
By Nqobile Tshili. THE burial of Apostle Charles Chiriseri, the founder of His Presence Ministries International, has been put on hold pending the recovery of his wife, Pastor Petunia Chiriseri, who is still in the intensive care unit at Bulawayo's Mater Dei Hospital.

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Religion calendar, Sept. 23-29, 2016
To submit items for this calendar, visit news-gazette.com/living and click "Add an event" under the miniature calendar on the page. You must be logged in, then fill in the appropriate fields and submit. Deadline is noon Tuesday before Friday publication. Events. Church anniversary celebration. Sunday, Greater Holy Temple Church, 1409 W.

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SmileWork Dental can help brighten your teeth
In2One Community Church members have been working hard to renovate their new building. Left to right Jim Wilson, Norm Mitchell, Pastor Graham Clinton, Sheryl Clinton, Laurel Clinton. Colin Service, Newmarket recreation and culture director, explores the newly renovated Old Town Hall's multi purpose room, which features removable walls.

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Review: ‘The Hollars’ starts out edgy, then goes soft
You know that feeling you get after stuffing yourself with way too much chocolate? Bloated, slow-witted and mean, you have this taste at the back of the throat that’s a creepy mix of corn syrup and bile? That’s pretty much where I was by the end of “The Hollars,” an uneven, perpetually redundant....

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5 things to know today: Weekend traffic to be nightmarish
SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTERS. Want more news? Sign up for free newsletters to get more of the AJC delivered to your inbox. 1. Watch out for traffic snarls around metro Atlanta. Expect heavy traffic along I-20 and I-75 this weekend due to extensive lane and ramp closures. 2. Protests continue in Charlotte.

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