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Compassionate Redeemer founding president was a driving force behind the Christian university
In the 1960s, Henry De Bolster and his wife took in children from their church who needed a safe place while their troubled families sorted things out. And he found new homes for pregnant teenaged girls shunned by their own. De Bolster, the founding president of Hamilton's Redeemer University....

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Trealwny JPs Hailed | read more
Photo: Garwin Davis Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Paula Llewellyn, sharing a light moment with Custos of Trelawny, Paul Muschett at a recent awards functrion for Justices of the Peace in Clark’s Town, Trelawny. Story Highlights “Justices of the Peace are the true pillars of their community,” Mr.

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With Black Saints the Norm, One Church is Attracting Black Americans
While more and more people seem to be turning away from the church, it might be surprising to hear that the Orthodox Christian Church is getting more popular with black Americans. reports that first time Karl Berry stepped into an Orthodox Christian Church it was 1983 and he was shocked by what he saw.

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Local 26 mins ago 1:15 p.m. Hoping to inspire inclusion, Methodist pastor invites gay choirs to service
PORTLAND, Ore. -- If you listened closely to the sounds of Sunday morning church service at Montavilla United Methodist Church, you would hear a message of equality. “This is at the heart of who God is: love and acceptance,” said Pastor Tim Winslea. On Sunday, Pastor Winslea invited the to sing during worship.

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Teen honor student stabbed to death
De’Kayla Dansberry imagined herself sprinting down the deep-blue track at Eastern Illinois University later this week. Her little track team — seven girls total — from Johnson College Prep in Englewood qualified for state last week. “The track is painted this pretty blue, and it feels like going to....

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After regulations spat, St James drop-in centre seeks new location
The St. James drop-in centre serving Montreal's homeless community is looking for a new location after conditions were placed on the lease that it feels are unfair. The organization decided not to renew its lease with the St. James Montreal Church on Ste. Catherine St. west after taking up residence there the past three and a half years.

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Mayor Tom Barrett appeals to churches to help stem violence on 12th Ceasefire Sabbath
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett gets a text message whenever there's a shooting in the city. He knows that Sundays are the deadliest day of the week — in the hours just after midnight — and he knows the victims are disproportionately minorities. "This is going to be a young, African-American male," he thinks whenever those text messages come.

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Here and Now
A weekly one hour program, airing on Channel 7, that's dedicated to covering the issues and interests of the African-American community in the New York tri-state area. THIS WEEK on Here and Now: May 15, 2016 Coming up, "Bring Back Our Girls," the push for more international support to find nearly 300 hundred kidnapped Nigerian school girls.

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Rock Hill pastor seeks local restroom law to keep transgender people out
On the same day that the state of North Carolina and the U.S. Justice Department filed dueling lawsuits over the state’s controversial “bathroom law,” one South Carolina pastor wants to go further. Joey Deese told Rock Hill City Council on Monday that the city needs to take a “biblical stand” on the....

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Ibadan Pastor Rapes 7-Year-Old Daughter Of A Fellow Pastor On the Altar
A 62-year-old pastor in Ibadan, Pastor Isaiah Ojo, allegedly took a seven-year-old daughter of his friend and fellow pastor, Bidemi (not real name), laid her on the altar of his church and had carnal knowledge of her. According to Nigerian Tribune, though the incident occurred on Monday, May 9,....

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Ramadan: Don’t increase cost of goods – Clerics
Pastor Yohanna Buru, the General Overseer of Christ Evangelical Intercessory Fellowship Ministry, Sabon Tasha, Kaduna, has urged marketers not to increase the cost of goods as the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan approaches. He made the call on Sunday when he led a team of Muslim and Christian clerics on a tour to some markets in Kaduna.

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Ibadan: Pastor denies defiling 7-year-old girl
The founder and general overseer of Day Spring Family Chapel, Egbeda area, Ibadan, Oyo State capital, Pastor Isaiah Ojo has been accused of defiling a 7-year-old girl in his church. The incident happened on May 9 and the little girl, simply identified as Bidemi, as at May 13, was bleeding profusely.

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Spend Quality Time with Your Children, Cleric Urges Patents
Pastor David Popoola, the State Pastor of Living Faith Church, Lokoja, on Sunday urged parents and guardians to spend adequate and quality time with their wards. Popoola gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lokoja, on the sidelines of this year’s celebration of International Day of Families.

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Dealer-turned-minister aims to save Nashville's youth
Out of the second-story windows of downtown’s Cheatham Community public housing complex, Nashville’s skyline glimmers as children play in near-barren patches of dirt. Just up Ninth Avenue North, plots of land are now sold for the construction of $400,000 homes.

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Ibadan: Pastor denies defiling 7-year-old girl
The founder and general overseer of Day Spring Family Chapel, Egbeda area, Ibadan, Oyo State capital, Pastor Isaiah Ojo has been accused of defiling a 7-year-old girl in his church. The incident happened on May 9 and the little girl, simply identified as Bidemi, as at May 13, was bleeding profusely.

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15th May 2016 - Ramadan: Don’t increase cost of goods – Clerics
Pastor Yohanna Buru, the General Overseer of Christ Evangelical Intercessory Fellowship Ministry, Sabon Tasha, Kaduna, has urged marketers not to increase the cost of goods as the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan approaches. He made the call on Sunday when he led a team of Muslim and Christian clerics on a tour to some markets in Kaduna.

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I couldn’t penetrate her – Pastor denies defiling 7-year-old girl
The incident happened on May 9 and the little girl, simply identified as Bidemi, as at May 13, was bleeding profusely. According to the Nigerian Tribune, the 62-year-old cleric allegedly took Bidemi, his friend and fellow pastor’s daughter to the alter of the church, allegedly laid her therein and had carnal knowledge of her.

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Church volunteer slashed with machete by balaclava-clad youth: Police
A church volunteer was slashed with a machete in an attack on Saturday outside the McDermot Avenue Baptist Church. Police said a 60-year-old man approached a male youth wearing a balaclava in the 100 block of McDermot Avenue around 8:45 p.m. The volunteer asked the suspect to leave the property,....

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Amid growth, Lafayette's Flatirons Community Church plans to launch a school
After years of growth and expansion throughout Lafayette, the Flatirons Community Church now looks to capitalize on its proven business model in another market: education. During a sermon earlier this week, church leaders announced plans to build and launch its own school in the fall of 2017.

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Joel Osteen gives advice on how to deal with 'alarmists': 'God didn't call you to keep everyone happy'
Pastor Joel Osteen of Lakewood Church is warning Christians against "alarmists," or people who treat everything as a major problem or crisis. These kinds of people are very demanding of other people's time and require others to drop everything else for them.

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‘Not about bathrooms’: Critics decry North Carolina law’s lesser-known elements
DURHAM, N.C. — In this state where the modern bathroom wars began, some church and civil rights leaders have begun to spread the word that there’s plenty else to worry about in the controversial new law known formally as the Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act.

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Amid growth, Lafayette's Flatirons Community Church plans to launch a school
After years of growth and expansion throughout Lafayette, the Flatirons Community Church now looks to capitalize on its proven business model in another market: education. During a sermon earlier this week, church leaders announced plans to build and launch its own school in the fall of 2017.

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Jailed in North Korea: Frustration as Ottawa fails to secure pastor's release
Ottawa is failing to take "clear" steps which could help secure the release of a seriously ailing Toronto pastor from a North Korean prison, despite messages relayed from the authoritarian country that those steps would up his chances of getting home, say Canadian sources familiar with the case.

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Bushiri Column 'Bible Up-Close' - Understanding Your Real Identity Through Jesus Christ
I often encounter people who assume that God sees them as worthless throwaways, deserving to be cast into the nearest hellfire, or punished by His wrath. The truth is, God doesn't see you or anyone else that way. He sees you as His beloved creation, with whom He desires to spend eternity.

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Cleric Urges Marketers Not to Increase Cost of Goods As Ramadan Approaches
Pastor Yohanna Buru, the General Overseer of Christ Evangelical Intercessory Fellowship Ministry, Sabon Tasha, Kaduna, has urged marketers not to increase the cost of goods as the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan approaches. He made the call on Sunday when he lead a team of Muslim and Christian clerics on a tour to some markets in Kaduna.

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Nigeria: Lifestyle - Tips for Surviving Mid-Life Crisis
My sincere appreciation to the many readers who called to identify with the first part of this subject and for their kind words! Yes o! No one is immune to the crisis. Difference if how well we handle it. In my book Nigeria's Men of God, there are many examples of people who were made to turn to God by one problem or another.

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