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Nottingham Post published PCC candidates go head to head in debate organised by the Post
Five candidates running for the role of Nottinghamshire's police and crime commissioner will face off in a public debate, organised by the Post. Current incumbent Paddy Tipping, of Labour, Tony Harper, of the Conservative Party, Ukip's Fran Loi and two independent candidates – Jason Zadrozny and....

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eNCA | Mboro to take legal action after eviction
Mboro to take legal action after eviction. Johannesburg, 15 April 2016 - The notorious Pastor Mboro has been evicted from his church. Police say he's been illegally occupying a building in Katlehong, east of Johannesburg. Video: eNCA JOHANNESBURG - Self-proclaimed prophet Paseka Mboro Motsoeneng....

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Be careful of false prophets!
MAY PEN, Clarendon: The emergence of false prophets in our society is a growing trend. As the time goes by, a steadily increasing number of persons or organisations pop up on the Internet, through social media and other platforms, seeking to indoctrinate the weak, unsuspecting, and vulnerable souls with their 'false doctrines'.

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Alrick Francis: - From homelessness to university
He is not yet 20 years old, but Alrick has experienced a lot of upheavals in his young life. Coming from an unstable family life, facing many challenges and finally in his last year at high school, being forced to survive on his own. His story could have been a whole lot different had it not been....

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To tithe or not to tithe
Many writers, scholars, theologians and others have written about, preached and taught tithing. Volumes and volumes of literature have been churned out and continue to be released. The ordinary believer is sometimes left bemused. Should we tithe or shouldn’t we? To answer, let’s lay some basic foundation.

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Lexington Historical Society Lexington’s patriot parson helped start a revolution
On the evening of April 18, 1775, Paul Revere made his legendary ride to Lexington to warn John Hancock and Samuel Adams of potential arrest by the advancing British troops. Lexington Historical Society. A silhouette of the Rev. Jonas Clarke. Also among the group, however, was a figure who is less....

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Local minister to host praise and worship conference
"When I get into praise and worship mode, I'm acknowledging God, I'm telling him I'm aware of and thankful for his goodness," he said. "I'm letting him know I'm not a perfect person, but that I'm aware and thankful he's protecting me. I'm reverencing him in my life.

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Lutheran Women’s Missionary League Spring Gathering
The Spring Gathering of the Faribault Zone Lutheran Women’s Missionary League will be held at Peace Lutheran Church, 213 SW Sixth Avenue, Faribault. The cost is $10, which includes morning brunch. The theme is: “Let your Light Shine…Atheist to Pastor”. The speaker is Rev. Donavon Riley. All women interested are welcome to attend.

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Wisconsin work chaplains aid employees' mental health
As director for spiritual services for the eastern region of Affinity Health Services, Rev. Karin Derenne oversees 10 chaplains at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Mercy Medical Center in Oshkosh and Calumet Medical Center in Chilton who support employees as well as patients and families, USA Today Network-Wisconsin (http://post.

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Diary of a mad single Nigerian woman 24 mins ago
There is a general misconception that every single woman is praying day and night, for a spouse. This is incorrect. Personally, I find myself praying more about my career and bank account balance than I do about a potential life partner. This isn’t an article about how I don’t need a man or how men aren’t important.

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M-e-d-i-o-c-r-i-t-y everywhere you go! 57 mins ago Columnists
Another public enemy that is secretly competing with corruption that has mindlessly crippled us is MEDIOCRITY. We all encounter it everywhere we go in Nigeria but we all endure it and shrug our shoulders and wait a miracle to eradicate it. It is a social danger, a cankerworm we must deal with if we must smell development.

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My Foreign Affairs
by International Institutions and Global Governance Program by John P. Manley, Pedro Aspe, William F. Weld, Thomas P. D'Aquino, Andres Rozental, and Robert A. Pastor by Robert D. Blackwill and Jennifer M.

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NC receives scorn, while Houston avoids boycott over loss of LGBT protections
Two weeks ago, in a statement about the controversy over House Bill 2, Gov. Pat McCrory’s press office questioned why North Carolina was being maligned, while another city without LGBT protections was hosting a premier sports event. The governor “looks forward to cheering for the UNC Tar Heels in....

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I’ll never stop singing – Esse Agesse
Her song, ‘Back to the Basics,’ ruled the airwaves back in the 1990s. Esse Agesse dared to be a pop singer when most of her peers took to reggae or highlife. The Delta State indigene spoke to Weekend Magazine from Ireland on her career, her music and what she’s up to today.

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Rise in crime: Kaduna police nab 458 suspects in 10 days
Kaduna police command yesterday confirmed a recent increase in the rate of crime in the state but said it has gone all out to deal with criminals and has so far apprehended 458 suspects in connection with various crimes. A surge in criminal activities in the state, including kidnapping, cattle....

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The Desire For Success And The Fear Of Failure
Bill Cosby, the legendary American comedian, once proclaimed that, "In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure." Oh I couldn't agree more with my role model when I first read his quote! In fact, it has always been a priceless source of inspiration to my....

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Monsignor John I. Ducette, Port of Buffalo chaplain
April 20, 1936 – April 12, 2016. Monsignor John I. Ducette, known for his longtime work with the Apostleship of the Sea, died Tuesday in Kenmore Mercy Hospital. He was 79. An interest in boating led him to take over as diocesan director of the apostleship in 1978, succeeding Monsignor Leo McCarthy.

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Refugees benefit from community support
When it comes to starting a new life in Canada, some Syrian refugees are luckier than others. When Amjad Ktifan and his family moved out of the Surrey hotel that had been their first home in Canada, they felt cut adrift in a strange, new world. Ktifan had hoped to move into Surrey’s Guildford....

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Baker boos don’t help the cause of transgender rights
T he Boston Globe editorial board fully backs the Transgender Public Accommodation Bill but not the booing of Governor Charlie Baker after he refused to voice support for the legislation at an event this week sponsored by Boston Spirit Magazine. Confronted by chants of “sign the bill,” Baker walked....

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By Benjamin Flowers Staff Reporter The Center for Disease Control (CDC) in the United States, this week, said it has reason to believe that a US national was infected with the Zika virus in Belize. The Ministry of Health said that it received an official correspondence from the United States [] By....

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Local Presbyterian church plans beer sales Presbyterian church plans beer sales Harvey Browne Memorial Presbyterian Church, 311 Browns Lane, plans to sell beer at some planned Friday night events Local 6 hours, 29 minutes ago Politics Legislators restore
In an unusual move for a Protestant congregation, Harvey Browne Memorial Presbyterian Church, 311 Browns Lane, plans to sell beer at Friday night festivals as part of the yearlong celebration of the 100th anniversary of its founding. Cheryl Granger, the church administrator, said the church's....

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New pastor shaking things up at Ocean Springs Church of Christ
Pastor Wade Bower came to the Ocean Springs Church of Christ in January and since then, changes have been taking place. The church is remodeling much of its facility that was built in 1965 to 1966. Through the help of social media and word of mouth, the church that was first organized in 1954 is growing.

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Mississippi governor signs law allowing guns in churches, loosening gun licensing
It's a difficult discussion that can get politicized and very emotional, flattening an issue with more nuance, said Pastor Pat Ward, who leads The Orchard Church in Oxford. People in his congregation see both sides; they are racially diverse, conservative and liberal, some older, some still University of Mississippi students.

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EDO 2016: The battle for PDP ticket
Ize-Iyamu, Onaiwu, Edebiri and Iduriyekemwen. Oshiomhole first rode to power through the judicial process, which annulled the election of Prof. Oserhieme Osunbor of the PDP and later won a second term. Ahead of the forthcoming PDP governorship primaries, can the four aspirants hold on to their....

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Afcon : Eagles'll flourish under Siasia –Primate Ayodele
Warns Pinnick to beware of traitors. By GEORGE ALUO. THE Head of the INRI Spiritual Church , Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele said last week that he saw the Super Eagles' failure to qualify for AFCON 2017 Nations Cup coming. He in fact predicted it in his yearly book of predictions, "Warning to the Nation.

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Witness: 3 religious leaders enabled friar to be predator
HOLLIDAYSBURG, Pa. Order Reprint Records from a Franciscan religious order show that three former leaders including one who served in Minneapolis knew a friar had been accused of child sex abuse before he was allowed to work at a high school and other jobs where he was later accused of molesting....

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