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The Latest: Residents allowed to go home near chemical plant
Pastor Jeffrey Willey kneels down inside the Christ United Church, which was flooded in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey on Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, in Cypress, Texas. The church, which was flooded last year, had just recovered before Harvey caused more damage. (AP Photo/David J.

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The Latest: Residents allowed to go home near chemical plant
Pastor Jeffrey Willey kneels down inside the Christ United Church, which was flooded in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey on Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, in Cypress, Texas. The church, which was flooded last year, had just recovered before Harvey caused more damage. (AP Photo/David J.

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Accra High Court Failed To Resolve All Issues Under Contention – Winners Chapel
The Living Faith World Outreach Centre (LFWOC) also known as Winners Chapel International, has expressed concerns over a ruling by an Accra High Court pertaining to a dispute between them and Winners Chapel Ghana, headed by Bishop George Adjeman. According to Winners Chapel International, (WCI) the....

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News Harvey wreaks havoc on undocumented immigrants
HOUSTON — Magdalena and her family made it through Hurricane Harvey intact, but the fierce storm continues to devastate her family’s already meager finances. Before the storm, Magdalena — who asked to only be identified by her first name because she is an undocumented immigrant from El Salvador living in the U.

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No conflict of interest in pastor's daughter's murder case, judge rules
Updated on September 4, 2017 at 11:03 AM Posted on September 4, 2017 at 11:00 AM Gallery: Teen accused of fatally stabbing pastor's daughter appears in court. -- A judge has ruled there is no conflict of interest in the county prosecutor handling the murder case against an 18-year-old man, whose....

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Ebonyi APC Divided Over $150 Ring Road
By Obinna Ogbonnaya, Abakaliki. Two factions of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Ebonyi state have disagreed on the proposed 150 million dollar loan by the Ebonyi state government from the African Development Bank ADB and the Islamic Development Bank for the construction of the Abakaliki ring road.

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Syria: Tens of thousands of disappeared must not be forgotten
As millions of Muslims worldwide prepare for the Hajj, those hoping to independently undertake the journey from China are more likely to end up in jail than in Saudi Arabia. Earlier this year, the Chinese authorities detained more than 200 Uighur Muslims for joining religious tours to the Middle....

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Harvey wreaks havoc on Houston's undocumented immigrants
HOUSTON — Magdalena and her family made it through Hurricane Harvey intact, but the fierce storm continues to devastate her family’s already meager finances. Before the storm, Magdalena — who asked to only be identified by her first name because she is an undocumented immigrant from El Salvador living in the U.

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Southeast Texas turns to faith for recovery
The congregation at Cowboy Church of Orange County was noticeably sparse Sunday morning, but those who made the service counted their blessings as they gathered with friends and family for the first time since Tropical Storm Harvey struck. Normally filled with between 300 and 400 churchgoers, many....

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Modern life is killing creativity – and the Church has to resist
The cause of decline? Many (85 per cent) pointed to constant internet connectivity, with an abundance of devices and the prevalence of social media making it far easier to plug in or switch on than it is to pick up a pen and paper. The busyness of modern life was also a factor (26 per cent) alongside 'family commitments (20 per cent).

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Harvey wreaks havoc on undocumented immigrants
HOUSTON — Magdalena and her family made it through Hurricane Harvey intact, but the fierce storm continues to devastate her family’s already meager finances. Before the storm, Magdalena — who asked to only be identified by her first name because she is an undocumented immigrant from El Salvador living in the U.

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Gurvan Whitely continuing his mother’s vision
Gurvan Whitely, through the Doris Whitely Foundation, has made it his life's mission to continue the work his mother started so many years ago as she tried to meet the needs of the Bellevue community through the church. Now that she is deceased, he said he feels a strong sense of obligation to take....

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WATCH: Aspiring pastor charged with murdering his wife
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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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Churches Throughout Green Country Pray For Texas
TULSA, Oklahoma - The rain has stopped but the need continues for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Sunday, churches throughout Green Country paused to think about the storm's victims. President Donald Trump declared today a National Day of Prayer. But congregations are also finding ways to give.

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Owasso Church Breaks Ground On $2 Million Facility
OWASSO, Oklahoma - People in Owasso will soon have a new way to help those in need. First Baptist Church of Owasso broke ground today on a new addition to its campus; "The Mission" building. The $2 million facility will include counseling offices, a commercial grade kitchen, and a shopping area.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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Houston braces for new flooding, chemical plant burns anew
Blake Stiles and his daughter Baylor, 4, sit outside the doors of the First Baptist Church for Sunday service Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, in Humble, Texas. The church building was flooded with two feet of water during Hurricane Harvey prompting services to be held outside.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
By The Associated Press Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
A man prays as he attends services for parishioners from flood-damaged St Ignatius Loyola Catholic Community Church in the auditorium of Klein High School Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, in Klein, Texas. As clean up and repairs continue at the church just outside of Houston, parishioners turned this high....

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey’s wrath
A man prays as he attends services for parishioners from flood-damaged St Ignatius Loyola Catholic Community Church in the auditorium of Klein High School Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, in Klein, Texas. As clean up and repairs continue at the church just outside of Houston, parishioners turned this high....

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
By The Associated Press Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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