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Marcia and Bill Thornton: Changing neighbors' lives from the inside
They watched the streets, in the light of day and the dark of night, and saw sons and daughters, grandmothers, fathers, moms, some who had wandered far afield from where they hoped or imagined they might be. "We've had prostitutes come sit on our porch and chat with us," Marcia said. "We had one try to pick Bill up.

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Apostle Suleman demands apology, N1bn from Keyamo
Friday Olokor, Abuja. Radical Pastor and General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has demanded that a legal practitioner, Festus Keyamo, should retract all publications, and an apology to be published on major social media networks.

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Howard W. Greenfield, Jr. Obituary
NILES, Ohio – Howard W. Greenfield Jr., 86, passed away peacefully at 3:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 9, 2017 at the Windsor House Nursing Home, Champion following a long battle with cancer. He was born in Niles on July 22, 1930 the son of Howard W. and Hazel M. (Jackson) Greenfield, Sr. and lived in the Niles community most of his life.

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An Evangelical Pastor On Reaching The Religiously Unaffiliated
Two main reasons. First, it is a way to make room within my church for new, younger leaders to develop and take charge. I was preaching four times a Sunday, 40-42 weeks a year. That is over 160 speaking opportunities that now several others can fill and that will help them grow greatly in their abilities.

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Youth pastor accused of recording teens showering at his home
BOYNE CITY, MI -- A Northern Michigan man is facing felony charges after he was accused of recording two female teens showering at his Boyne City home. Benoni Jonathan Enciso, 49, has been charged with six counts, including possession of child sexually abusive material, two counts of surveilling an....

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Bill Arnett won’t shut up. His stunning African American art collection is why.
BRENT, Ala. Just off Route 5, on the side of a narrow road that meets every definition of the middle of nowhere, Bill Arnett walks into an abandoned, overgrown yard. Last time he visited, a man threatened to kill him. “You cannot imagine what was here,” he says, surveying the weeds that rise where a....

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Apostle Johnson Suleman’s alleged mistress released from Kirikiri prison (PHOTOS)
Ms. Stephanie Otobo, the alleged mistress of Apostle Johnson Suleman of Omega Fire Ministry has been finally released from Kirikiri prison in Lagos. court ‎for accusing the pastor of having affair with her, getting her pregnant in the process, abandoned and also breached his promise to marry her.

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Wind bends steeple of historic Fort Street Presbyterian Church in Detroit 1 Min Wednesday's wind gusts, which reached 70 miles per hour in some areas, bent the top of the
DETROIT Dave Bartkowiak Jr. - Wednesday's wind gusts, which reached 70 miles per hour in some areas, bent the top of the steeple on the Fort Street Presbyterian Church in Detroit. The church has stood at what is now the corner of 3rd and Fort streets since 1855, The present structure was completed....

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Chris Kennedy hits trail, tells pastors Rauner agenda is ‘B.S.’
Businessman and Democratic candidate for governor Chris Kennedy called Illinois’ current chief executive’s pro-business agenda “B.S,” while speaking to a group of South Side pastors Thursday. “What we need is certainty. What we need is predictability,” Kennedy said, speaking at Bethlehem Star Church on South Cottage Grove.

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Garland neighborhood makes a name for itself as city's first entry on the National Register of Historic Places
"It was a great neighborhood to grow up in, with some interesting people," Kay Moore said. She wasn't sure, though, that it qualified as historical. The registry requires proof of events, activities and developments that link history. "There were decades of wonderful lore that I knew nothing about," she said.

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Entrepreneurs launch latest business venture
(0) Nevar Smith, Justan Campbell and Lashaun Dorsett were excited to introduce their latest business venture to the Grand Bahama community, during the recent launch of Custom Made Tours. (PHOTO:?JENNEVA?RUSSELL) Two young Grand Bahamian entrepreneurs believe that the island’s economy is ripe, at....

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Florida Senate President’s Plan To Buy Farmland Not Going Over Well – According to Black Voters in His Own District
Florida made national headlines this summer when thick, green algae showed up on its southeastern waterways and coastlines. Once the algae cleared, fingers were immediately pointed inland to the rural parts of South Florida known as the Glades communities, an area with a significantly large African-American population.

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Pastor Nabbed Red-Handed With Married Woman
A Pentecostal church pastor along Jinja Road was early this week nabbed red-handed with a woman who is married to one of his congregants. The pastor only identified as Nabbi Mponya,36, who runs a church in Lugazi town, was shamed beyond repair on Tuesday afternoon after being caught in bed with Amina Babigumira, who is Sam Nyago’s wife.

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Not all rosy - Rose Heights' return to violence worries pastor
11 hrs ago Read more: The Gleaner In this file photo, The Reverend Knollis King of the Rose Heights United Full Gospel Church of God in Montego Bay receives an embrace from one of his sisters after the church was vandalised. In this 2012 photo The Reverend Knollis King of the Rose Heights United....

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Intolerance Rising
“First they came for the Socialists…”, began a famous quote from the late pastor Martin Niemoller, a one-time supporter of Hitler who became a concentration camp survivor. By the time Niemoller was carted off by the Nazis, “there was no one left to speak for me.

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The travel ban, version two
BEFORE he arrived in America in 2013, aged 22, Nur Abdi spent five “very hard” years in India, sustained by the generosity of Somali compatriots. He applied for asylum through the United Nations’ refugee agency, and after a series of “very tough” interviews, he was resettled in Clarkston, just outside Atlanta.

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The NRA-ification of American politics
IN THE annals of political intransigence, few beat Senator Jesse Helms of North Carolina. On abortion or gay rights Helms was unyielding, insisting that God’s laws pre-empted debate. As AIDS ravaged gay America in the 1980s and 1990s, Helms fought to block funds for research and treatment, blaming....

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Grandfather believes killer of 2 Indiana teens will be found
FILE - This Feb. 13, 2017, file photo released by the Indiana State Police shows a man walking along the trail system in Delphi, Ind. Indiana authorities said the man is the suspect in the killings of two teenage girls, Liberty German and Abigail Williams, who were found dead Feb. 14 in the woods near Delphi.

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Amid a wave of 'church hurt,' a pastor tries to repair Christians' relationship with God
BOSTON - For two years, Terrell Hunt was a Christian without a church. At the church in the Washington area where he had grown up, Hunt worried that the leaders lectured about good behavior but didn't act as they preached. He heard members talking badly about one another.

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6 Shocking Things That Crashed Tonto Dikeh Marriage
Tonto Dikeh has had a lot of shocking things to say about her husband, Churchill Olakunle Oladunni and their crashed marriage especially in her recent video interview. The interview which was released on Wednesday, March 8, 2017, saw the Nollywood actress break down in tears over the humiliations....

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Turkish PM considers speeding up trial of jailed American pastor
ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey will consider speeding up the trial for an American pastor swept up in a crackdown after an attempted military coup last July, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said Thursday. “What we can do at this stage is accelerate the trial” for Andrew Brunson, who was detained on Oct.

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Murdered Indiana teen girl's family plead with killer
'This horrible crime has put a hole in our families which will never heal. It's the small things that seem to hurt the most. 'It's just natural to holler for them to come to dinner or in the morning to get up and get ready for school. 'Then you expect them to come through the door after school. The silence when we don't hear her voice.

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She married a killer after her father lobbied for his parole. He killed her children
In 1991, Michigan man Gregory Green stabbed his wife in the face and chest, killing her and their unborn child. Then, he called 911 and waited for police to come. After serving about 16 years in prison for murder, Green was released on parole with the support of family and friends, including a....

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Local Activists Express Distrust In MNPD 14 mins ago
Local African American pastors and activists held a press conference in response to actions by the Metro Nashville Police Department in the death investigation of Jocques Clemmons. Copyright 2017 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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If Human Cloning is Legal and Ethical, Ghana
Cloning is significant scientific breakthrough which ought to be celebrated alongside other milestone human innovations in our time. Clearly, there are so many things cloning can be used for and not for the purpose of cloning humans. Universally, it is almost a settled reality that human cloning is illegal and most importantly, unethical.

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She married a killer after her father lobbied for his parole. He killed her children
In 1991, Michigan man Gregory Green stabbed his wife in the face and chest, killing her and their unborn child. Then, he called 911 and waited for police to come. After serving about 16 years in prison for murder, Green was released on parole with the support of family and friends, including a....

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