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Unpaid salaries: Gov Ortom rolls on floor, begs God for divine intervention (pics)
– The Benue state government in conjunction with the Christian Association of Nigeria organized a prayerful meeting to mark the celebration of Democracy Day. – During the ceremony Governor Samuel Ortom lied on the floor and cried profusely begging God to forgive the sins of the people of Benue state.

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Buhari too slow on Change Agenda – Cleric
By Damiete Braide. Founder and president of Bible Believing Mission Incorporation, Aba, Abia State, Pastor Kingsley Innocent, has urged Nigerians to pray for divine intervention as the nation is going through hard times. The soft-spoken cleric noted that marrying young girls and converting them to....

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Smaller opposition parties say not eager to march
Zimbabwe’s smaller mainline opposition parties which include the recently formed Zimbabwe People First, the People’s Democratic Party and the Movement for Democratic Change led by Welshman Ncube are not eager to stage demonstrations which seem to have become a sign to show their strength by the pain....

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Kasheshe jijini Nairobi...Continuing Updates on Investigations
By LUCAS BARASA, JOHN NJAGI and JOHN NGIRACHU Posted Sunday, June 13 2010 at 21:22 Three people died and more than 70 others were on Sunday hurt after two explosions caused a stampede at a ‘No' rally in Nairobi's Uhuru Park. The explosions took place as a Nairobi preacher was conducting....

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Last flight, first steps: Cubans surge across US border
For a moment, the snip-snip-snip of his shears is the only sound in the room. The scissors won't close all the way. His vision is blurry. And he's nearly 2,000 miles away from the loyal clients who once got bobs and buzz cuts at his barber shop in central Cuba. But this is the first time in months he's felt at home.

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Last flight, first steps: Cubans surge across US border
For a moment, the snip-snip-snip of his shears is the only sound in the room. The scissors won't close all the way. His vision is blurry. And he's nearly 2,000 miles away from the loyal clients who once got bobs and buzz cuts at his barber shop in central Cuba. But this is the first time in months he's felt at home.

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Last flight, first steps: Cubans surge across US border
For a moment, the snip-snip-snip of his shears is the only sound in the room. The scissors won't close all the way. His vision is blurry. And he's nearly 2,000 miles away from the loyal clients who once got bobs and buzz cuts at his barber shop in central Cuba. But this is the first time in months he's felt at home.

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Last flight, first steps: Cubans surge across US border
For a moment, the snip-snip-snip of his shears is the only sound in the room. The scissors won't close all the way. His vision is blurry. And he's nearly 2,000 miles away from the loyal clients who once got bobs and buzz cuts at his barber shop in central Cuba. But this is the first time in months he's felt at home.

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Churches no longer just a place for worship
TORONTO — When parishioners of The Meeting House gather for Sunday service each week, they don't sit in pews in some grand historic church. Instead, their place of worship is an auditorium with a big screen, arcade games and popcorn. Jared Taylor said holding church service in a movie theatre makes....

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Southern California homeless youth get a hand up
SAN DIEGO -- Almost a dozen young men and women are off the street and living in homes in Hillcrest and Normal Heights through a program partially funded by the county to address a homeless population that often goes unnoticed. Eric Lovett, a real estate broker and pastor with MissionGathering....

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Last flight, first steps: Cubans surge across US border
For a moment, the snip-snip-snip of his shears is the only sound in the room. The scissors won't close all the way. His vision is blurry. And he's nearly 2,000 miles away from the loyal clients who once got bobs and buzz cuts at his barber shop in central Cuba. But this is the first time in months he's felt at home.

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Last flight, first steps: Cubans surge across US border
For a moment, the snip-snip-snip of his shears is the only sound in the room. The scissors won't close all the way. His vision is blurry. And he's nearly 2,000 miles away from the loyal clients who once got bobs and buzz cuts at his barber shop in central Cuba. But this is the first time in months he's felt at home.

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Pastor calls PM ‘iconic hypocrite’
Founder of the Think, Bahamas campaign Pastor Cedric Moss yesterday called Prime Minister Perry Christie “the iconic hypocrite” after the prime minister last week branded Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis a hypocrite for failing to push a yes vote publicly after the FNM supported the four gender equality referendum bills.

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48-hour gang war in Durban
DAILY NEWS Kyle Sewell was shot 11 times in Stower Road, Wentworth. Picture: Motshwari Mofokeng Durban - A packed church was petrol-bombed, a man shot dead and a 71-year-old woman hit in the arm by a stray bullet as gang war gripped Wentworth. Religious leaders and residents believe the violence,....

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Police arrest 41-year-old driver for murdering mother
A 41-year-old driver has butchered his 77-year-old mother after accusing her of being responsible for his woes. In the process, Isaac Adu Gyamfi also inflicted knife wounds on his junior brother, Charles Adu Gyamfi. The incident happened at Chirapatre Estate, a suburb of Kumasi, at about 4p.m. on Saturday, May 28, 2016.

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Pastor Iginla Gives 80 Year Old Woman A Brand New Car
The Senior Pastor of Champions Royal Assembly, Kubwa, Abuja, Joshua Iginla, gave a brand new saloon car as a gift to an 80-year-old woman, Madam Christiana Edegi, during his birthday. The woman who attends the church had once prayed for the pastor and was always in church. See another photo below.

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What pastor did to 80-year-old woman will amaze you (photos)
In celebration of his birthday, Pastor Joshua Iginla decided to give out some pricey gifts. Pastor Joshua Iginla who is the senior pastor of Champions Royal Assembly, Kubwa, Abuja, had earlier celebrated his birthday, and had marked it in a big way.

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2 pastors expected in court after human trafficking arrests
KNOXVILLE (WATE) – After 32 men and women were arrested by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Knoxville Police Department, two pastors are expected in court Tuesday. Grace Baptist Church’s children’s pastor, Jason Kennedy and LifeHouse Church’s volunteer creative pastor, Zubin Parakh, face charges for human trafficking.

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Pastor Steven Furtick says story of Moses should inspire Christians in tackling life's challenges
Amidst all of life's challenges, there is one biblical character that Christians should emulate when it comes to obeying God's commands—Moses. This is what Pastor Steven Furtick of Elevation Church said during his recent entitled "Handle It." sermon He shared the passage Exodus 4:1-5 from the Bible,....

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Congregation sceptical of investigation after petrol bomb attack
Pastor Donovan Anderson told the Southlands Sun that the church was packed with a combined Mass. A mother and her child were sitting outside. The woman saw the silhouette of a man across the road raise his arm. “The next thing she saw this missile come towards her‚ almost hitting her and her child.

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DIVINE INTERVENTION: Gov Ortom Holds Prayer Over Unpaid Salaries
There was confusion yesterday when Benue State governor, Samuel Ortom, cried profusely during a fasting and prayer galore to dedicate the state to God, saying the agrarian state was facing numerous unsettled challenges and appealed for deliverance. The fervent prayerful meeting was organized by the....

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2 pastors expected in court after human trafficking arrests
Related Coverage KNOXVILLE (WATE) – After 32 men and women were arrested by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Knoxville Police Department, two pastors are expected in court Tuesday. Grace Baptist Church’s children’s pastor, Jason Kennedy and LifeHouse Church’s volunteer creative pastor, Zubin Parakh, face charges for human trafficking.

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Site of Hamilton Avenue tragedy about to be redeemed
The grassy patch of ground at 560 N. Hamilton Ave. is known in our neighborhood by a number of euphemisms. It’s “where the tragedy occurred,” “where the murders happened,” or simply “the property on Hamilton Avenue.” As if there were only one. Of course it has a wider claim to notoriety — the site of the worst mass killing in the city’s history.

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Groundbreaking Worship and Ministry Network, Hillsong Channel, Launches June 1st
In announcing the partnership of TBN and Hillsong in the innovative new network, TBN Chairman Matthew Crouch noted the phenomenal influence that Hillsong worship has had across the earth. "Every Sunday at least fifty million Christians sing Hillsong worship songs in churches across the earth," he....

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Churches no longer just a place for worship
TORONTO — When parishioners of The Meeting House gather for Sunday service each week, they don't sit in pews in some grand historic church. Instead, their place of worship is an auditorium with a big screen, arcade games and popcorn. Jared Taylor said holding church service in a movie theatre makes....

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Hillsong pastor says bitterness is toxic, tells how to 'live free' from negativity
Reuben Morgan, Worship Pastor at Hillsong Church London, is warning Christians not to let their hearts be consumed by bitterness and instead "live free" from negativity. "The growth of bitterness is easy to spot. The script goes like this: Life happens. People offend us. Things don't go to plan," he writes on the church's website .

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