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Thousands of evangelicals gather in D.C. to pray to 'break racism'
WASHINGTON Order Reprint Rappers and pastors, spoken word poets and authors appealed Saturday to thousands of evangelicals gathered around the Washington Monument in baking heat to recommit to prayer and hope at a time of intense racial and political polarization and growing secularism.

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Nissan Motor : Tractor-trailer burns in I-95 accident; no injuries reported
July 16 GODWIN -- No one was reported injured in a three-vehicle accident involving two tractor-trailers Saturday afternoon on Interstate 95 near the 65-mile marker and the Falcon Godwin exit in Cumberland County. The cab of one of the tractor-trailers burst into flames after it rear-ended a black....

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'Out of control' election slurs not wanted in plebiscite, says CDP
Fred Nile's Christian Democratic Party says it is concerned hate speech on social media could impact on a plebiscite on same-sex marriage, in the wake of homophobic election material urging Chinese Australians to vote for the CDP. The CDP doubled its vote, and said it had out-polled the Greens in....

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EDO 2016: PDP will win —Onuesoke
Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain and one-time Delta State governorship aspirant, Chief Sunny Onuesoke, says he foresees his party’s candidate, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, winning the forthcoming Edo State governorship election. Onuesoke, while reacting to INEC recognition of Ize-Iyamu as the....

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Happy ending
A baby boy who went missing during the lorry attack in Nice on Thursday has been reunited with his family after a Facebook appeal went viral. The child and his parents had become separated during the Bastille Day incident. Yohlaine Ramasitera, a friend of the boy's parents, posted a picture of....

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Downtown Dallas town hall tackles racism, gun control and economic disparities in America
Changing a national culture that breeds tension between black Americans and police officers, sparks endlessly entrenched debates about gun control and treats mental illness as a leprotic disease isn’t going to happen overnight. But it is going to take myriad factions of regular residents,....

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Pastor up for raping a minor
The pastor, Andrew Ejimadu, who along with his brother Cleopas, were the co-founders of the church, were now facing charges of rape of the minor, whose identity was withheld. According to Pulse, Nigerian police deputy spokesperson Hamoonga Rae said in a video clip that the two suspects would be brought to justice.

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On a sleeper train, sometimes the best scenery is inside
Shortly before Memorial Day, my husband, Matt, and I pulled our three children out of elementary school a week early and boarded Amtrak's Empire Builder, which loosely follows the trail of explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. We got on in St. Paul, Minnesota, headed for Portland, Oregon.

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Pastor gets dog’s beating after he is busted having S£X with married woman during ‘KESHA’
Saturday, July 16, 2016 - A randy pastor in Embu was given a stray dog’s beating after he was busted ‘eating’ another man’s wife at Bonanza Estate. This ‘Fisi’ by the name Sammy Ndwiga of the Faith Miracles Ministry had been visiting the woman when her husband was away but the husband got wind of what has been happening and set a trap.

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DIVIDED AMERICA: Bridging the gap between police, policed
NEW YORK: On an unusually cool night for summer, Mike Perry and his crew thread the sidewalks running through Staten Island’s Stapleton Houses, tracked by police cameras bolted to the apartment blocks and positioned atop poles. “The better the weather, the more people will be out,” Perry says. “Activity – not all good, neither.

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Evangelical revival aims to uplift traditional Christians with rap, rock,prayer
"Together" is aimed at more theologically conservative young evangelicals, with organizers calling it a "reset" for culturally pooped Christians who want to be inspired to share their faith with a skeptical and secularizing nation. It is organized by 34-year-old evangelist and event-planner Nick....

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News Minute: Here is the latest Alabama news from The Associated Press at 11:40 a.m. CDT
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - A senior pastor in Montgomery was elected as a United Methodist bishop. The 66-year-old Rev. Lawson Bryan was one of the five bishops elected to replace retiring bishops in the southeastern United States. The election was held June 13 at the Southeastern Jurisdictional....

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Kajo-Kej Baptist Church donates equipment to hospital, calls for peace
Kajo-Keji Civil Hospital administrator Sekwat Simon Wani said Friday that he received three solar panels, three batteries, an inverter, and one refrigerator from the Kajo Keji Baptist church that will be used for a blood bank. Pastor Edward Dima of the Kajo-Kej Baptist Church said the donation was....

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Again, Muslim Youngsters Attack Catholic Church In Suleja, Injure Parishioners
A group of Muslim youths on Friday attacked worshipers at Saint Philip Catholic Church in Baki Ikun along Kaduna Road in Suleja, near Nigeria’s capital of Abuja. The Muslim youngsters assaulted parishioners, inflicting varying degrees of bodily injuries on many.

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Methodists elect first openly gay bishop in defiance of ban
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The Western district of the Methodist church has elected an openly gay bishop despite the denomination's ban on same-sex relationships. The Rev. Karen Oliveto was elected late Friday night at a meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona, of the church's Western Jurisdiction.

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'God break racism!' Evangelicals on D.C. Mall pray for hope and reconciliation
Rappers and pastors, spoken word poets and authors appealed Saturday to thousands of evangelicals gathered around the Washington Monument in baking heat to recommit to prayer and hope at a time of intense racial and political polarization and growing secularism.

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Mercy Medical Center chef aims to please patients, help fight food insecurity
CEDAR RAPIDS — Daniel Dennis’s whole family has worked in health care. His dad was a longtime doctor at Mercy Medical Center in Cedar Rapids and his sister is a nurse. So it made sense for him to one day work at Mercy, too. But Dennis, 33, is caring for people in a different way — he’s the hospital’s new head chef.

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Explain Your Questionable Wealth, Ize-Iyamu Challenges Oshiomhole
Says the governor will hand-over to him. Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu Campaign Organisation said on Saturday that the people of Edo State will compel Governor Adams Oshiomhole to hand over to Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu against his wish, saying the good people of the state are desirous to change the....

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Chaos as Zimbos rally for Mawarire 26,893
HARARE - 30 comments There was pandemonium when hundreds of ordinary Zimbabweans, church leaders, pro-democracy activists and businesspeople swamped the Harare Magistrates’ Courts yesterday in support of prominent clergyman and #ThisFlag campaign leader, Pastor Evan Mawarire, who was arrested by authorities on Tuesday.

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No legal impediment can stop the swearing-in of new CAN President – Barrister Okoro
A Counsel to the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Barrister Edwin O. Okoro, yesterday said there is no legal impediment that will restrain the swearing-in of the newly elected President of CAN, who is also the President of the Nigerian Baptist Convention (NBC), Rev. Supo Ayokunle.

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Newark social justice rally: 'Our very survival is at stake'
— More than 50 people protested against police shootings and misconduct in the criminal justice system during a rally Friday afternoon outside the Peter W. Rodino, Jr. Federal Building. While about a dozen city police officers blocked off the intersection of Broad and Court Streets, citizens....

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Methodists elect 1st openly gay bishop in defiance of ban
The Rev. Karen Oliveto was elected late Friday night at a meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona, of the church's Western Jurisdiction. Oliveto is pastor of Glide Memorial United Methodist Church in San Francisco. She is the first openly gay bishop in the 12.7 million-member denomination. The United Methodist Church is deeply divided over LGBT rights.

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Alabama pastor elected United Methodist bishop
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - A senior pastor in Montgomery was elected as a United Methodist bishop. Al.com ( http://bit.ly/29HCap0 ) reports that 66-year-old Rev. Lawson Bryan was one of the five bishops elected to replace retiring bishops in the southeastern United States.

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Zimbabwe women in pot-beating protest against Mugabe
By AFP 27 mins ago in World Hundreds of women in Zimbabwe on Saturday demonstrated against President Robert Mugabe's government by beating pots, symbolising a nation facing starvation and economic hardships. The march organised by the main opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC),....

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Poets, pastors, rappers boom calls for racial healing at evangelical revival
Rappers and pastors, spoken word poets and authors appealed Saturday to thousands of evangelicals gathered around the Washington Monument in baking heat to recommit to prayer and hope, even at a time of intense racial and political polarization and growing secularism.

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Zimbabwe women in pot-beating protest against Mugabe
Bulawayo (Zimbabwe) (AFP) - Hundreds of women in Zimbabwe on Saturday demonstrated against President Robert Mugabe's government by beating pots, symbolising a nation facing starvation and economic hardships. The march organised by the main opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC),....

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