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Megachurch Pastor Preaches About Christians Making the 'Dangerous Prayer'
Christians must push themselves to pray the "dangerous prayer" of availability, Pastor James Brown of Crossroads Church said in a recent sermon, telling his congregation that when "God calls you, he equips you." Brown, who serves as the executive pastor of discipleship at the Minnesota-based....

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Scranton diocese responds to priest abuse allegations
Updated 18 hours ago SCRANTON — The Diocese of Scranton issued a statement Sunday regarding an allegation of sexual misconduct that was made last week against a priest serving in the diocese. According to a prepared statement, Diocesan officials received an allegation of sexual misconduct Friday involving a minor against the Rev.

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Peace march among events to mark anniversary of Freddie Gray's death and unrest
The Rev. Jamal H. Bryant is calling for as many people as possible to descend on West Baltimore on April 24 for a peaceful march to mark the one-year anniversary of Freddie Gray 's death and the subsequent unrest. Bryant, pastor of the 12,000-member Empowerment Temple in Northwest Baltimore whose....

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For some, getting ahead financially simply means not falling behind
“Throughout my 18 years of marriage, I have told my husband he works too hard for us not to get ahead,” a reader wrote. “Recently, I was discussing this with a friend and she asked me ‘What is your definition of getting ahead? Is it a big house, luxury car and pricey vacations?’ I looked at her like she had two heads.

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‘Herod of Kaduna’ will die – Suleman hits El Rufai again
Fiery preacher and Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleman has once again predicted disaster for Kaduna State governor, Nasir El Rufai should he failed to reverse his religious bill. Suleman had in a recent message warned the governor not to pass the ‘license for preaching in Kaduna State’ into law or he would die.

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Kenya: Woman in Njenga Karume's grandson murder case laid to rest
The family of a woman allegedly killed by her boyfriend, the grandson of former minister Njenga Karume, is crying for justice. Wairimu Kamanja, 38, who had a relationship with Kenneth Wathugi was buried yesterday at Nairobi's Lang'ata cemetery where speakers called on the Government to bring the culprits to book.

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North metro megachurch revived, just weeks after closing
New leadership at North Heights Lutheran Church in Arden Hills announced in an e-mail to hundreds of worshipers that services will resume this weekend, according to a John Tolo, a longtime member who received the news Sunday. The e-mail added that the church's Roseville location, which was closed last summer, also will reopen.

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Michigan school responds to backlash after student dresses as KKK for class project
. A Michigan high school is facing scrutiny after an image began to circulate of one of its students dressed as a KKK member. According to Niles High School administrators, the student was dressed up as part of a presentation on racism and its history. But community members are appalled that the costume was even allowed to be part of the skit.

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High school roundup: Swierczewski leads St. Joseph’s softball team to shutout win over Vincentian
Updated 16 hours ago Anna Swierczewski dominated on the mound and at the plate Monday. St. Joseph sophomore struck out a career-high 16 and allowed one hit as the Spartans blanked Vincentian, 2-0, in the teams' Section 3-A opener. Swierczewski also doubled and tripled and scored both runs for St. Joseph (1-2, 1-0).

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'Kickback' banned in Walter Reed corruption trial
Former St. Tammany Parish District Attorney Walter Reed, right, and his attorney Rick Simmons arrive at U.S. District Court in New Orleans in 2015. (Ted Jackson, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) Federal prosecutors won't be allowed to use the term "kickback" during testimony in the corruption trial....

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Written question - VP/HR - Human rights in Ethiopia - E-002398/2016
According to a Human Rights Watch dispatch, a year ago today, Ethiopian security forces arrested Pastor Omot Agwa and six colleagues, including Ashine Astin, at Addis Ababa’s Bole Airport and took them to the notorious Maekelawi police station, where torture is routine.

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Congo capital on alert day after gunbattles
Brazzaville (AFP) - Congolese troops deployed across parts of the capital Brazzaville on Tuesday as business slowed to a trickle a day after fighting in opposition bastions that sent thousands fleeing for safety. Following heavy gun battles that began before dawn on Monday and raged through the....

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Congo: Congo capital on alert day after gunbattles
Brazzaville, Congo | AFP | Monday 4/4/2016 - 17:07 GMT. Congolese troops deployed across parts of the capital Brazzaville on Tuesday as business slowed to a trickle a day after fighting in opposition bastions that sent thousands fleeing for safety. Following heavy gun battles that began before dawn....

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Neighbors in Religion: Children help their great-grandmother stay young
I am always amazed at how children think. Take for example my two great-grandsons, who don’t seem to see me as a old person. Let me tell you why: Earlier this year, the two of them — Jaylen, 9 and Tavaris, 8 — started drum and guitar lessons, respectively. The lessons are a gift from their Grandma Debra.

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Watch: Samantha Bee Takes Hilariously Cringing Look at Ted Cruz's Awful Supporters
Even when on vacation – as Samantha Bee currently is – the Full Frontal host still has some of the best material of the late night crowd. Monday evening, the show posted a new clip in which Bee takes a close look at some of the religious leaders supporting Ted Cruz, and finds that they are, in a word, awful.

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Armed Herdsmen Kill APC Youth Leader, Others In Benue
Gunmen believed to be Fulani herdsmen yesterday abducted and killed two persons including the youth leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Tarka local government area of Benue State. This came just as armed assailants shot and killed a notorious criminal on the Gboko-Ushongo road, near Gboko town in Gboko LGA of the state.

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JK Rowling's Harry Potter writing chair goes up for auction
The chair that birthed Harry Potter and millions of Potterheads is hitting the auction block. The wooden dining chair once owned by JK Rowling, comes with a letter in which she said she was sad to let it go. It was used by Rowling while she wrote the first two Harry Potter books – Harry Potter And....

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'All Who Draw the Sword Will Die By the Sword'
By Siahyonkron Nyanseor. The Holy Bible reminds us that: "Truthful lips endure forever, but a lying tongue lasts only a moment. Deceit is in the hearts of those who plot evil, but those who promote peace have joy. No harm overtakes the righteous, but the wicked have their fill of trouble.

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Congo: Army fans out in restive Congo capital day after gunbattles
Brazzaville, Congo | AFP | Monday 4/4/2016 - 12:57 GMT. Congolese troops deployed across parts of the capital Brazzaville on Tuesday as business slowed to a trickle a day after heavy fighting in opposition bastions that sent thousands fleeing for safety.

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Expectant dad fears backlash on naming baby boy
Dear Amy: My wife and I are expecting our first child, and we know we will be having a boy. I am the eldest son from my father. I was named after his father, according to tradition. The expectation is that I will name my son after my father. My father’s first name is rather long, and he has gone by a nickname his entire life.

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VP Boakai Pledges Effort for Sustained Healthcare System
Vice President Joseph N. Boakai says he will continue to work with Liberians at home and in the Diaspora, friends of Liberia, partners and institutions in and out of the country for sustained support to the country's healthcare delivery system. Vice President Boakai said "there is a lot of goodwill....

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Congo capital on alert after fierce gunbattles
Brazzaville (AFP) - Congolese troops deployed across parts of the capital Brazzaville on Tuesday as business slowed to a trickle a day after heavy fighting in opposition bastions that sent thousands fleeing for safety. After heavy gunbattles that began before dawn on Monday and raged through the....

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Adeboye asks Osinbajo, other worshipers to pray against recurrence of fuel scarcity
Pastor E A Adeboye. Sylvester Ugwuanyi The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye yesterday evening led thousands of worshippers in Abuja to pray for the final cessation to the biting fuel scarcity that has almost grounded economic activities in the country to a halt.

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Ngora residents warned against cults
Most of the churches now come in the name of doing God's work yet their motives are different. Residents of Mukura Sub County Ngora district have been warned to distance themselves from the mushrooming cult churches. The warning follows the incident in which a pastor of Jerusalem Church in Ariet....

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Watch: Samantha Bee Takes a Hilarious Look at Ted Cruz's Awful Supporters
Even when on vacation – as Samantha Bee currently is – the Full Frontal host still has some of the best material of the late night crowd. Monday evening, the show posted a new clip in which Bee takes a close look at some of the religious leaders supporting Ted Cruz, and finds that they are, in a word, awful.

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Methodists call themselves the 'church of the big tent.' Why one minister is camping outside.
Around the time the Rev. Michael Tupper found himself chasing his windblown tent across half a mile of Iowa grain fields, he might have started questioning his mission from God. God called him, he believes, to sleep in a tent for 175 days to protest the fact that his church does not allow him to perform gay marriages.

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