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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Purchase: Order Reprint 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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The Latest: Officials start controlled burn at Arkema 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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Controlled burn at chemical plant, power off in west Houston
Church members gather for Sunday services in the parking lot between their flood-damaged First Baptist Church and a pile of debris Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, in Humble, Texas. The church building was flooded with two feet of water from Hurricane Harvey prompting services to be held in the parking lot.

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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
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
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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The real story of Burslem witch, Molly Leigh
If Molly Leigh truly was a wicked witch who terrorised the good people of Burslem even from beyond the grave – then why did she leave money for the poor in her last will and testament? According to legend, Molly and her pet blackbird used black magic to bring illness and misfortune on townsfolk, to....

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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
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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Stone Soul Festival wraps up its final day at Blunt Park
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The 29th annual Stone Soul Festival concluded Sunday, as it does every year at Springfield’s Blunt Park, with a religious service called “Praise in the Park.” It was time to say goodbye for the many visitors who traditionally come from all over the country to renew friendships with former neighbors.

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Worship sounds fill theater parking lot following Harvey
A parking lot usually filled with the aroma of popcorn and lines of avid movie goers echoed with the sounds of worship and praise music Sunday as around 75 members of a The Free City Church of Beaumont held an unusual outdoor service at the Cinemark Tinseltown 15.

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Texans players after Harvey: 'We'll put Houston on our backs'
Hundreds of cars lined up outside the north Main Church of God in Christ Sunday afternoon, popping trunks as volunteers loaded them up with cases of water and other necessities, donated through J.J. Watt's initiative, which has raised more than $15 million.

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Zimbabwe dares to dream that life will improve after Mugabe
By Jason Burke / The Guardian. The 55-year-old tour guide to the ruins, perched high on a hilltop above parched plains in southeastern Zimbabwe, spoke in glowing of terms of his nation’s elderly president, now in his 37th year in power. “How could he rule so long if the people don’t like him? You....

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Mayor says Houston 'open for business' despite flood threat
Customs and Border Patrol boats look through a neighborhood which was flooded when the Barker Reservoir reached capacity in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017, in Katy, Texas. Residents gathered at the checkpoint to vent their frustrations about not being able to get back into....

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The Latest: Dozens in Liberty, Texas, cut off by flooding
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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Bellevue church helping Hurricane Harvey victims
. The damage left behind by Hurricane Harvey has people across the country wondering how they can help. One church in Bellevue is stepping up with more than just prayers for the victims. Bellevue Presbyterian is one of the churches around the country stepping up with financial assistance, donating from the church's own budget.

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The Latest: Dozens in Liberty, Texas, cut off by flooding
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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Touch My Wife, I’ll Kill You – Pastor Adeboye
The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye has said that he would kill anybody who touches his wife, Pastor (Mrs) Foluke Adeboye. He said, although he could not do anything to anybody who slaps, criticizes or lies against him, but to do such against his wife, he would kill the person.

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SC town has a Confederate monument to slaves. Black descendants want it to stay.
“That time in history happened. We can’t go back and change that,” said Fort Mill native Weldon Harris.” “My read on that monument is that it was done for atonement.” As the descendants of the family planned a reunion last year, research found Harris’ great-grandfather, Handy White, was born a slave....

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The Latest: Dozens in Liberty, Texas, cut off by flooding
Altar servers Caitlyn Pruitt, left, Luke Allred, center, and Zach Oaks wait in the Klein High School auditorium as parishioners from flood-damaged St Ignatius Loyola Catholic Community Church arrive for services Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, in Klein, Texas. As clean up and repairs continue at the church....

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I will kill anybody who touches my wife – Pastor Adeboye
The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye has warned that he would kill anyone who touches his wife, Pastor (Mrs) Foluke Adeboye. Pastor Adeboye, fondly called ‘daddy G.O’ said people are free to slap, criticize or lie against him, but to do such against his wife, he would kill the person.

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SC town has a Confederate monument to slaves. Black descendants want it to stay.
“That time in history happened. We can’t go back and change that,” said Fort Mill native Weldon Harris.” “My read on that monument is that it was done for atonement.” As the descendants of the family planned a reunion last year, research found Harris’ great-grandfather, Handy White, was born a slave....

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SC town has a Confederate monument to slaves. Black descendants want it to stay.
“That time in history happened. We can’t go back and change that,” said Fort Mill native Weldon Harris.” “My read on that monument is that it was done for atonement.” As the descendants of the family planned a reunion last year, research found Harris’ great-grandfather, Handy White, was born a slave....

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