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I was shocked when I read about Pastor Andre Olivers ...
Dazu meldet foxnews.com weiter: Chelsea Handler is getting candid about her past, revealing that she had two abortions when she was 16 years old . Chelsea Handler reveals she had two abortions at 16. weiterlesen ... Dazu berichtet foxnews.com: Kit Harington inadvertently proved that he could handle....

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Nigeria: Sheriff Plans New Primary for Edo Tomorrow
Benin City The new leadership inaugurated by the Modu Ali Sheriff faction of the party for Edo State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday insisted it was holding a fresh primary for the party tomorrow ahead of the September 10 governorship election in the state.

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Edo PDP warns Sheriff against interference in poll
This post has already been read 1010 times! Alexander Okere, Benin. The Edo State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party has warned a former chairman of the party, Modu Sheriff, to steer clear of the activities of the party in the state ahead of the September 10 governorship election.

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The oldest white oak tree in the country is dying — and no one knows why
BASKING RIDGE, N.J. — Well before Columbus sailed to the New World and even before Gutenberg invented the printing press, there grew a great oak tree in a land that would one day be called New Jersey. The oak was already old when farmers built a church beside it in 1717.

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New trial date set in 2014 slaying of Chattanooga pastor
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) — A judge has set a new trial date for a 24-year-old man accused of beating a Chattanooga pastor to death in 2014. The Chattanooga Times Free Press reports (http://bit.ly/29bRWYe ) Steven Kelley's trial will begin Oct. 18. His original July 26 trial date was postponed earlier....

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Templeton Prize for students who shine
THE Templeton World Foundation recently held its annual “Laws of Life” essay competition awards ceremony at the Melià Nassau Beach Resort. This year’s winners were Denisha Demeritte, of Kingsway Academy, Ameir Taylor, of Queen’s College, and Rodnika François, of Columbus Primary. All three recipients won a $1,000 tuition scholarship.

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Boulder judge sets bond at $200,000 for suspect in fatal hit-and-run that killed cyclist
Callie Kuhasz appears in court at the Boulder County Jail on Monday, June 27, 2016. Kuhasz is alleged to have been the driver in a deadly hit-and-run crash that killed Bill Davis in Boulder on Sunday, June 26, 2016. Police officers said they found a 30-pack of beer with only five cans left unopened....

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A pastor and a rabbi want to grow medical marijuana in Maryland
FILE: Rabbi Jeffrey Kahn, owner of the Takoma Wellness Center in the District, dispenses medical marijuana in October 2014. He would like to set up shop in Maryland as well. (Evelyn Hockstein/For The Washington Post) Aaron Gregg covers the local economy for Capital Business, the Post’s local business section.

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Report of Road Closures from the Recent Storms as of Noon on 6/28
UPDATE: Noon 6/28/16 Water has receded in many areas and roads are opening, many roadways remain unstable. The WVDOH is inspecting damaged roadways over the weekend and through next week. Flood damaged roads should only be traveled by emergency personnel and those that live in the affected communities.

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HAEZ is back: Show slated for 1 July at Polytechnic
Memories are still fresh of the first ever HAEZ show that left the throng wondering why such a red carpet event was free of Charge. Speaking to Nyasa Times , Pastor Jonathan Zuze, the HAEZ Organising Committee Co-chair, said this is a platform that the Redeemed for a Purpose (RFP) has created to....

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Complementarianism and the Trinity: Is Wayne Grudem a dangerous heretic?
It was, and most people would say it is. The idea that God is one, in three persons, is a core Christian belief that was thrashed out in the early centuries of the Church and expressed in the creeds that are accepted across all Christian confessions. A key component of this doctrine, established at....

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Pastor told he cannot advertise Jesus on Colorado Springs bus benches
The city of Colorado Springs said Monday it is reviewing the advertising policies of Mountain Metro Transit after a local pastor was told his advertisements on bus benches in Colorado Springs would be barred if they use the name Jesus. Mountain Metro Transit recognizes that it acted “hastily” in....

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Word of Life trial: Sister says brothers touched her inappropriately, watched her
UTICA, NY - Grace Leonard, sister of two teens allegedly whipped during a mass beating at the Word of Life church, said in court today that her brothers touched her inappropriately. Leonard, 16, testified in the trial against her sister, Sarah Ferguson, that the touching started when she was 13 years old.

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Black people are white people's servants‚ says 'racist' KZN guest house owner
Those with blue eyes descended directly from heaven and those with brown eyes are of the earth‚ says controversial guest house owner Andre Slade who has come under fire for not taking bookings from black people. Slade‚ owner of Sodwana Bay Guest House in northern KwaZulu-Natal has said that white people and black people are not equals.

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QC councilor ignores Ombudsman, CA decisions
Quezon City Councilor Roderick Paulate has no legal basis to take his oath as reelected city legislator since his petition for a temporary restraining order (TRO) was denied by the Court of Appeals (CA). Pastor Rick Bello said with the denial, the CA in effect agreed with the decision of the Office....

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Testimony continues in high-profile Word of Life church beating trial
Word of Life defendant Sarah Ferguson in Oneida County Court Friday, June 24. She is accused of participating in a mass beating that left one person dead and another severely injured. (Photo by Elizabeth Doran) UTICA, NY - Testimony is continuing today in the Word of Life case In Oneida County Court today.

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Judge picks another jury trial date in 2014 pastor slaying
A judge Monday reset the jury trial of a 24-year-old man accused of murdering a pastor in November 2014. Judge Tom Greenholtz set an Oct. 18 trial date for Steven Kelley in Hamilton County Criminal Court. Kelley faces charges of felony murder and especially aggravated robbery.

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Champaign council to hear from prospective members
CHAMPAIGN — The Champaign City Council will hear from the seven applicants for the open District 3 seat at tonight's meeting. It's the only item on the agenda. Candidates will each make a short presentation, which will be followed by questions from council members. The council will vote on Vic McIntosh's replacement at next week's meeting.

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Don’t be deceived: If your pastor asks you to do these 5 things, run for your life (photos)
People are always desperate for miracles, healing and a solution to their problem that they end up doing very ‘strange things’ ordered by some so called ‘men of God’. The economic situation in the country, the desperation to get married and have children, the desperation for healing and the urge to get quick money have made people preys of pastors.

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Whites took nothing from no one, says White SA Pastor
Johannesburg - Congregants of the Rivers Church in Sandton, Johannesburg have criticised their pastor for allegedly saying that whites were wealthier because they worked harder than other races. Senior pastor Andre Olivier made the comments during his sermon on Sunday. He could not be reached for comment on Monday.

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Baptist Seminary Celebrates 40th 'Strong and Confident' Year
The weekend of June 24-26 was a festival of celebrations, reflections, and anticipations of the 40th year of the Liberia Baptist Theological Seminary (LBTS) and the institute's 16th graduation ceremony. Several high profile individuals, faculty, staff, well-wishers and families of the graduates attended the occasion.

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Maned Wolves return to the Smithsonian's National Zoo
President Obama and the First Family visited Yosemite on the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, spending Father’s Day weekend sightseeing Yosemite Valley in Yosemite National Park, California. Obama spoke to a select crowd about the importance of preserving the country's natural spaces.

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MRS RUTH PRUNELLA O’GARRO better known as NEH-HA of Buccament Bay died on Sunday 19tth June at the age of 89. The funeral takes place on Thursday 30th June at the St. Mary’s Anglican Church, Pembroke. The body lies at her residence from noon, followed by a procession to the church. The body will then lie at the church from 2:00 pm.

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Turbulent times - Wednesday, 29 June 2016
Catching sight of today’s headlines, one can make the assumption that the world is becoming one insane place. War, fanaticism, hunger, thirst, deadly diseases — if you are a parent, you may have already wondered what kind of world your kids will grow up in.

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Naghmeh Abedini: I found Jesus as a Muslim immigrant to the US
Naghmeh Abedini, the wife of formerly imprisoned pastor Saeed Abedini, said that when her family came to America as Muslims immigrants fleeing war, they were converted to Christianity by the love of Christ shown by American people. "I have parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins and my 95 year old....

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Gay Catholics hail pope’s words
“I was taught by nuns that it’s not enough to say ‘I’m sorry,’ we had to make amends, and firmly commit to try as hard as we could not to make that mistake again,” said Peggy Hayes, president of Dignity/Boston, a community of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Catholics and their allies that worships in the South End.

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Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal: But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven. Matthew, 6. 19


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