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The rallying cry for Clinton supporters: Logic not emotion
The man next to her was nodding. “They always say she’s not emotional enough,” said Rick Beitman, 31, a graduate student sipping from a Starbucks cup. “I like Bernie — my heart is where his heart is, but my head is where Hillary’s is. She’s more logical. She has more structure and organization to her ideas.

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Youths beat up pastors, destroy churches in Kaduna
From Noah Ebije, Kaduna. NO fewer than 15 young men, suspected to be aggrieved members of two churches lo­cated in Ungwan Boro area of Kaduna city, at the week­end, beat up the pastors and destroyed parts of the church buildings, including windows. Although, Kaduna State Po­lice Command did not say....

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BATN Foundation Revamps Cassava Processing Cottage to Boost Productivity
Abimbola Akosile. In continuation of its policy of investing in communities to positively impact the lives of smallholder farmers across Nigeria, British American Tobacco Nigeria Foundation (BATNF) recently rehabilitated the Cassava Processing Cottage at Ago-Are, in Atisbo Local Government Area of Oyo State.

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'I don't think they've ever slept in a bed before': Florida pastor and wife to adopt two homeless toddlers found near-naked outside their ministry's offices
When Pastor Ronnie Stewart and his wife Krystal were asked to take care of a pair of homeless toddlers one November night they knew they couldn't say no - but they had no idea that the two boys entering their home would one day become members of their family.

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The slippery slope of church-marketing
By Femi Aribisala. The world is sold on worldliness, so how can it be attracted to godliness? Moreover, godliness cannot be marketed. When Jesus multiplied loaves to feed the multitude, many concluded he was just the pastor they needed. As a result, they went to great lengths to relocate to his “church.

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The Kalimalwendos: True love story
How we met CHRISTINE CHISHA Lusaka “AN answered prayer she is to me, my greatest blessing he will be and so we will pledge our love”. These were the words written on the wedding invitation card for Christopher Kalimalwendo and wife Paula Kapungulya, who reconciled and remarried last year after divorcing for 25 years.

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How selective is Buhari’s anti-corruption war?
By Tonnie Iredia. During the 2015 electioneering period, it was easy to see how corruption was established as Nigeria’s most intractable problem. Hence, the then opposition party, the All Progressive Congress (APC) vowed to deal with it head-long, if voted into office.

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The gospel of style
Married to notable pastors in Nigeria, these women have far-reaching influence on multitudes on account of their leadership roles as well as their charming fashion. Rosemary Odukoya. A South African, she is married to the founder of Fountain of Life Church, Pastor Taiwo Odukoya.

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Nigeria campaign to stop church births
Image caption Many pregnant women come to see Sister Indoreyin Sambhor, a birth attendant and pastor at the Land of Promise church. Twenty-seven-year-old Ransom Linus Martin, four months into her first pregnancy, has come to the Land of Promise church near the city of Calabar for prayers, but it is also where she will be giving birth.

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Will a divorce make me happier?
Godly Counsel with PASTOR PHILLIP KATAI DEAR Pastor, Greetings. I and my husband have been married for more than ten years now, but I feel I am living in a loveless marriage. When we were first married, he called me every day from work. But slowly those phone calls grew further apart and finally stopped.

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Youths go for it, no fear (part 2)
Youthful Living with PASTOR MOYO M Continued from last week When we take that first bold step, our journey to achieving our goals has started. On this journey, just as Peter was met with the waves we meet different challenges and fear creeps in (Matthew 14. 22 – 30).

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Marriage is for life, it’s a big commitment
Your Family Matters with PASTOR CHANDA “HAS Mwangala’s sisters told you that she has left her husband and is now living with another man?” That was the shocking news that Shadreck told me this afternoon. I could feel the tension in the room as the whole place became deathly quiet. No, no-one had told me anything.

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Killer pastor jailed 5 years
By RABECCA CHIPANTA - THE Ndola High Court has convicted a junior pastor of Chingola’s Evangelical Pentecostal Assemblies of God Ministries to five years imprisonment with hard labour for manslaughter. This is in a case in which Floyd Pule, 32, of Flat 37B, Kitwe Road in Chingola’s town centre was....

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The rallying cry for Clinton supporters: Logic not emotion
“They always say she’s not emotional enough,” said Rick Beitman, 31, a graduate student sipping from a Starbucks cup. “I like Bernie — my heart is where his heart is, but my head is where Hillary’s is. She’s more logical. She has more structure and organization to her ideas.” “She’s like a steady plateau,” Smith said.

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The rallying cry for Clinton supporters: Logic not emotion
What was it, then? What happens at a rally for the presidential candidate who has gotten more votes than anyone else so far — nearly 9 million, which is roughly 2.5 million more than Sanders and 1 million more than Trump? What does it mean to cheer a person often described by pundits as having a....

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At rallies, Hillary Clinton’s supporters are looking for logic
PHOENIX — They began arriving a full four hours early, hundreds of people stretching single file outside a Phoenix high school. It was a hot and cloudless day, but the people had come prepared to endure, preparation and endurance being hallmarks of a Hillary Clinton rally. They slathered on sunscreen.

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Northern CAN rises alarm over recent kidnappings in Kaduna
The publicity Secretary, 19 Northern States and Abuja of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Rev. Joseph Hayab, has called on security agents to ensure proper intelligence gathering and networking towards curbing the activities of kidnappers that have become the order of the day especially in Kaduna State.

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Brown: A church comes down, but its work goes on
Edison Park Community Church stood for 87 years at the corner of Oketo and North Shore avenues before it was razed this past week to make way for four new single-family homes. Churches come and go in a big city, though lately more seem to be going than coming.

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In this weekly column, the photographer tells us how this ...
sfgate.com berichtet: Over the last several decades, there were two distinctly dark periods for technology companies — the bursting of the dot-com bubble in 2000 and the 2008 financial crisis In the first three months of 2016, not a single technology company went public, according to Dealogic Since....

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Defying secular trends to find meaningful structure
Can we guarantee that we will live a happy, healthy, and safe life? Most people strive for this, but no one has found a universal recipe for creating it. And, increasingly we have been moving away from many traditions and the religious institutions that offered both guidance on how to have a good....

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How Should the World Respond to Terrorism?
Say you have a problem child. If it’s a toddler, maybe he smacks his siblings. Or she refuses to put on her shoes as the clock ticks down to your morning meeting at work. If it’s a teenager, maybe he peppers you with obscenities during your all-too-frequent arguments.

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Governor gets bill allowing denial of services to gays
JACKSON, Miss. Government employees and private businesses in Mississippi could deny services to same-sex couples who want to marry under a bill passed by the House on Friday one of numerous attempts across the country to enact so-called religious protection statutes after a Supreme Court ruling that effectively legalized gay marriage.

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My aunt ordered me to keep shut after her customer, son raped me – Teenager cries out
She said, “I loved to come to Lagos but I did not want to leave my mother, but my aunt said if I followed her to Lagos, I would be happy. But now, I am so sad I did not know this is the kind of thing I will come and go through here,” Rachael said, noting that she was sleeping in her aunt’s house one evening after the woman had gone to the market.

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This Week in God, 4.2.16
First up from the God Machine this week is one of those rare stories that involves churches, politicians, and loaded firearms. The Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Mississippi, this week: reported The [state] Senate on Tuesday passed the “Mississippi Church Protection Act” to allow armed security in....

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Kristi Yamaguchi and Cornbread: The Week in Pop-Culture Writing
Say you have a problem child. If it’s a toddler, maybe he smacks his siblings. Or she refuses to put on her shoes as the clock ticks down to your morning meeting at work. If it’s a teenager, maybe he peppers you with obscenities during your all-too-frequent arguments.

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North Lawndale gets taste of super supermarket
Many of the shoppers — single mothers, grandmothers — come with kids, and while the adults work the kiosk, the kids are escorted to the kid zone to play and eat healthy treats. Meanwhile, in the back, the cold, giant warehouse is bustling. Workers, many of them ex-felons who before this store....

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