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Journey Church finds success with parish model
Kyker envisioned Journey as a neighborhood haven, a place for families to come together and find spiritual support. He also set out to expand. He opened Journey churches in Downtown Tampa and New Port Richey following the parish model, which differs from the common church expansion practice where a....

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After conclusion of contentious election, Vancouver pastor's message of hope goes viral
The results of the election are in and the winners have been declared, but in many ways it feels as if the rancor that became a trademark of the most contentious presidential campaign in modern history has only ramped up in the aftermath of Donald Trump's victory.

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Local Protesters take to Portland streets following Trump's victory Protesters take to Portland streets following Trump's victory Protesters took to the streets of downtown Portland following Donald Trump’s presidential election victory. Local 1 hour ago
PORTLAND, Ore. Protesters unhappy with the election of Donald Trump took to the streets of downtown Portland to show their displeasure early Wednesday morning. The protest began at around 11 p.m. at Portland State University and ended there about 4:30 a.m., according to Portland police.

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Pope assigns Indy Archbishop Tobin to Newark
Indianapolis Archbishop Joseph W. Tobin spoke during a news conference Oct. 10, 2016, about being chosen by Pope Francis to be a cardinal. Joseph W. Tobin, the Indianapolis archbishop who tangled with Gov. Mike Pence over Syrian refugees and was recently appointed a cardinal, has a new assignment from Pope Francis — leader of the , N.

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Vernon Jordan to be remembered Nov. 13 at St. George flag raising
ST. GEORGE, Maine — Vernon Jordan was pastor of the First Baptist Church of St. George from 1954 to 1964 and from 1966 to 1968. He held membership there from 1955 until his death in 2013 at the age of 91. A flag will be raised on a flagpole dedicated to his memory 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 13.

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Protesters take to Portland streets following
PORTLAND, Ore. Protesters unhappy with the election of Donald Trump took to the streets of downtown Portland to show their displeasure early Wednesday morning. The protest began at around 11 p.m. at Portland State University and ended there about 4:30 a.m., according to Portland police.

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Carson Mayor Albert Robles, City Council incumbents win
Voters resoundingly approved of the current city administration on Tuesday, handily reelecting incumbent City Council members and approving two measures the body put forward to set term limits and a marijuana tax. ȁ#x201c;I was nervous because I know that at the end of the day the election process is a very complex process.

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Murrysville church’s ‘A Soldier’s Christmas’ program prepares care packages for troops
Updated 2 hours ago Franklin Regional graduate Evan Stover was stationed in South Korea last year when he was told he received packages in the mail. “I went there to pick them up, and it was like 13 boxes, stacked up to my shoulder,” he said. Stover, 20, was just one recipient of the Murrysville....

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Why some fear this election's lasting damage to American Christianity
Teryn O'Brien has stopped calling herself evangelical. As a 28-year-old living in Colorado Springs, O'Brien has held concerns with the conservative brand of evangelical Christianity for several years now, but she described this election as "the final straw.

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After Trump's Win, White Evangelical Christians Face A Reckoning
On election day, it paid off. Despite his divorces, his shifting positions on abortion , and his disparaging attitude towards women, Muslims, Latinos, refugees, and the disabled, white evangelical Protestants stuck by their man. According to FiveThirtyEight , exit polls showed that white....

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Kano Blasphemy Killing: Where Is Justice For Bridget Agbahime? By Godwin Onyeacholem
Indeed, for any keen observer of governance in post-colonial Africa, Nigeria must be a very depressing address. And this is more so for the simple reason that no country, in many people’s reckoning, has done so much as Nigeria in consistently consciously making itself an object of perpetual ridicule....

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Zimbabwe pledges to cut spending during IMF visit
HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe will sharply reduce its public sector wage bill and improve fiscal discipline, Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa said on Wednesday, as he looked to reassure a visiting delegation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Chinamasa said the public sector wage bill would....

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Judge takes Scott Lively 'crimes against humanity' suit under advisement
— A U.S. District Court judge, after listening to arguments as to whether he should proceed to trial with a "crimes against humanity" lawsuit filed against anti-homosexuality evangelist pastor Scott Lively, told a crowded courtroom that he would take the matter under advisement.

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How you can tap into Maine’s craft economy for local gifting this holiday season
From churches selling jams, pickles, candy and cookies to weekend-long affairs showcasing wares from Maine’s finest artists and artisans, there’s a craft fair for every taste, cause and available weekend, from now through mid-December. In fact, you could do nearly all of your holiday shopping at craft fairs, if you felt so inclined.

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Local Protesters take to Portland streets following Trump's victory Protesters take to Portland streets following Trump's victory Protesters took to the streets of downtown Portland following Donald Trump’s presidential election victory. Local 2 hours ago
PORTLAND, Ore. Protesters unhappy with the election of Donald Trump took to the streets of downtown Portland to show their displeasure early Wednesday morning. The protest began at around 11 p.m. at Portland State University and ended there about 4:30 a.m., according to Portland police.

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As U.S. Faces Trump Wall: The Fall of Berlin Wall 27 Years Ago
The tide of history could not be resisted any longer. Neighboring countries had opened their borders, and tens of thousands of East Germans crossed into Hungary and Czechoslovakia. Mass protests swelled in the GDR, first in Leipzig and then Berlin. Honecker was pushed out of his leadership position.

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Hate On Trial: Anti-Gay Pastor Scott Lively Fights Accusation Of Crimes Against Humanity
In multiple trips over a course of a decade, the group maintains, Lively fostered hatred and violence against LGBT Ugandans, who he labeled “brutal savages” and pedophiles. In 2009, the country’s Parliament considered the infamous “Kill the Gays” law, punishing consensual gay sex acts with the death penalty.

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How Evangelicals Helped Donald Trump Win
In the dark hours of early Wednesday morning, moments after Donald Trump gave his victory speech to a cheering ballroom in New York, the president-elect paused backstage with Pentecostal pastor Paula White. With vice-president-elect Mike Pence and their families nearby, White prayed over them,....

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Why some fear this election’s lasting damage to American Christianity
Teryn O’Brien has stopped calling herself evangelical. As a 28-year-old living in Colorado Springs, O’Brien has held concerns with the conservative brand of evangelical Christianity for several years now, but she described this election as “the final straw.

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Grand Jury
This promises to be a tumultuous week for Orlando's Expressway Authority, already staggered by the indictment of one board member and the resignation of another. The Orange County grand jury that charged now-suspended board member Scott Batterson with three counts of bribery charges meets again Wednesday.

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Incumbent Detroit Councilwoman Ayers cruises to a win
Detroit Councilwoman Janeé Ayers handily defeated her challenger, the Rev. David Bullock, with all but one city voting precincts reporting this afternoon, the Detroit City Clerk's Office said today. Ayers had nearly 61% of the vote compared to Bullock's 38%, according to figures provided by the city's director of elections, Daniel Baxter.

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The grief of loss: clergy counsel, console Clinton supporters
The Rev. Jennifer Sanders, pastor of Beloved Community Church in Avondale, opened up the church this morning for those suffering in the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election. "We're creating space to pray or come in and talk," said Sanders. Next door at The Abbey coffee shop, a ministry of the....

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There You Are, America
Writer Garrard Conley is the son of a Baptist pastor who wrote about his experiences surviving reparative therapy in the memoir There you are. The America that tried to kill me through “ex-gay” conversion therapy . The one that mocks immigrants and brutalizes black and brown bodies.

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Meet the S£XY daughters of con Pastor JAMES NG’ANG’A of Neno Evangelism (PICs)
The Kenyan DAILY POST Wednesday, 09 November 2016 – Con Pastor and notorious city womanizer, James Maina Ng’ang’a, of Neno Evangelism has very hot daughters. These are children from his first wife who died under mysterious circumstances.

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Carson mayor Albert Robles, City Council incumbents lead in early returns
With all 56 precincts counted, incumbent City Council members Jawane Hilton and Cedric Hicks also fended off six challengers, taking 23.6 percent and 19.2 percent of the vote, respectively. Robles bested Dear by more than 10 points, winning 55.2 percent of the vote.

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Remembrance Sunday Parade And Ceremony
GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (GIS) -- On Sunday, 13 November 2016 the Cayman Islands will join nations around the world to pay tribute to those veterans who defended their countries during times of war. The annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony will honour all veterans, including those who sacrificed their lives, to serve their country.

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