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More Than Just a Symbol
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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10:49 AM
Rachael told Punch that she was sleeping in her aunty’s house one evening after the woman had gone to the market. “I just woke up and noticed that a man was lying on top of me. I tried to push him away. I knew him. I had seen him in my aunty’s house a few times,” she said.

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FAZ Vice-President: Who Does This At 45 Years Old Plus?
SNR PASTOR UNCLE D Peter adam! This is now witchcraft in your head.What has Kazala done to you sure? He has a gun,am happy he posed with it so that you can see it,so be careful! Bring important issues here.You sounds now like a boy,grow up! Malaya Nothing wrong at all. This now makes us wonder whether you mean well in all your writing about FAZ.

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Ndola High Court cages Killer pastor five years
MUBANGA NONDO, Ndola THE Ndola High Court has sentenced a pastor of Evangel Pentecostal Assemblies of God Ministries in Chingola to five years imprisonment with hard labour for beating his wife to death. Floyd Pule, 33, was charged with murder but Judge Mary Mulanda convicted him with a lesser....

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eNCA | Pastor went to heaven and took pics to prove it
JOHANNESBURG - In case the good news hasn't hit you yet, Incredible Happenings Ministries founder and leader Prophet Mboro went through the pearly gates. Or so he says, according to an article published on News SA. The holy man’s spokesperson – Mr Nkuna – told local newspaper, the Katlehong Weekly,....

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Campbells Honored for Black & Married with Kids Award
have reached an exciting milestone not only as multi-Grammy® Award winners and multiple award winners within the music and entertainment industries, but together now have been honored for the 2016 Black And Married With Kids ~ BMWK Standard Awards. The acknowledgement highlights the recording and....

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First Lady meets women’s empowerment specialists — explore possible collaboration
FIRST Lady Sandra Granger has met with representatives of the Women’s Association for Sustainable Development (WASD), in collaboration with the Sonia Noel Foundation for Creative Arts. The meeting was held at the First Lady’s State House office, a Ministry of the Presidency release has said.

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Legalise It
Gaborone council has adopted a motion to request government to consider decriminalization of same sex sexual activities to support HIV/ AIDS programmes and policies. When presenting his controversial motion before packed council chambers on Wednesday, Umbrella for Democratic Change, (UDC) councilor....

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Salem United Church celebrates 178 years
CHAPELTON, Clarendon: The Salem United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, known then as the Salem Congregational Church, was founded in 1838 by missionaries who came to Jamaica in 1834 seeking lands to purchase on which they would build churches.

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From the streets to the church - Pastor Dwayne Edwards tells his story
SUMMERFIELD, Clarendon: Before becoming a pastor, Dwayne Edwards led a rather turbulent life as a young adult. Growing up with his mother, he became troublesome and rebellious, often engaging in fights with his peers in high school. "I grew up without a father, so I wasn't so much used to males....

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'Strange attachment' to retaining buggery law - J-FLAG flogs SDA
Branding it a "strange attachment", Jamaica's leading gay lobby J-FLAG is criticising local faith-based groups for their attitudes towards supporting the retention of the buggery law despite the reported effects on members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.

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From Rastafarianism to Christianity - Mckenhum Prendegast's Story
e grew up in a home where his parents and siblings all upheld and supported the Rastafarian belief. However, he was physically and mentally the odd one out - beginning to wear locks in his preteens, questioning the truthfulness of the sect's belief and later shocking the community with his decision to refrain from continuing on that journey.

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METRO DIGEST || Pink pranks
Pink pranks. NORTH JACKSON. The pink pranksters of First Federated Church, 10786 Mahoning Ave., have done it again. The April Fools’ Day target of the yard full of plastic pink flamingos is the track at Jackson-Milton High School in “honor” of Dan Crish, assistant track coach.

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Faith in Fatherhood: Fourth Street Baptist to host forums for dads
According to the U.S. Census online, 80 percent of single-parent families in the U.S. are headed by single mothers. Of those, nearly half live below the poverty line, compared to a 21-percent poverty rate for children living with a single father, and a 13-percent rate for children living with both parents.

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Girard judge to rule on ‘damages’ for owner of Vienna dog fatally injured by neighbor’s bullets
GIRARD. The attorney for Pastor David Murphy, who fatally shot his neighbor’s dog last year outside his home in Vienna Township, said Murphy will pay “without hesitation” the $350 the owner paid for the dog. He also will cover the $450 in medical expenses she paid to have the dog treated and euthanized after the shooting.

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Mother of 4 Comes Forward Following Death of Dean Dawson
Investigations continue into a fatal traffic accident in which Dean Dawson was hit and killed by the highly connected Director of the Press Officer, Dorian Pakeman who was heading from Orange Walk to Ladyville at around eleven-thirty on Wednesday. Pakeman maintains he has been working closely with the police to bring closure to the tragedy.

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Converted Evangelical Garinagu Come to Support Stirm
Today, the association held a press conference to clarify those statements, saying that it is not against the Garifuna culture or its people, but against the spiritual practices and beliefs of the Garinagu. Now the dugu, a world renowned spiritual practice of the Garifuna people, to honor the spirit....

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Julius Agwu: There Are Certain Jokes I Shouldn’t Say Any More
•People Laugh More When I Crack Vulgar Jokes • I Am Starting a Gospel Nightclub –It’s for Believers. Lilliputian but quintessential, he’s a smooth, sweet talker. Always dressed to the nines, he cuts a figure of a movie mogul. He’s one of the biggest comedians on the continent of Africa. He can even sing – and dance.

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The Connection, a new LGBT-friendly church, opens in Long Beach
ȁ#x201c;The LGBT population has been cut off from their spiritual roots and traditional churches. They’ve been rejected and not able to participate or attend regular church services because of their identity,ȁ#x201d; said Moore, who is gay and the former pastor at in Long Beach.

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New Catholic Bishops Named In South Korea, The Philippines
Auxiliary Bishop Basil Cho Kyu-man of Seoul has been named head of the Diocese of Wonju, replacing Bishop Jacobus Kim Ji-Seok. Father Enrique V. Macaraeg has been named the new bishop of the Diocese of Tarlac in the Philippines, replacing Bishop Florentino F. Cinense. Bishop Cho currently serves as the Archdiocese of Seoul’s vicar general.

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Is Evangelism Eroding Traditional Spiritual Beliefs?
Well-known Belizean historian and Garifuna activist Sebastian Cayetano has also weighed in on the controversy. While expressing disappointment, Cayetano also makes a striking observation in respect of the gradual breakdown of certain aspects of the Maya culture. Sebastian Cayetano, Garifuna Activist.

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Pastor Scott Stirm Kicks Up a Storm
Tonight, Pastor Scott Stirm remains in the eye of a storm for disparaging comments he made that have enraged the Garifuna community and other sectors. Stirm is well-known as a vocal and passionate advocate on a number of issues, including his stance against same sex relationships.

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Iheanacho, Iwobi, others can lift Eagles again — Taribo, Lawal
Allwell Okpi. As the Super Eagles settle down to the fact that they won’t feature in the Gabon 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, two ex-internationals, Taribo West and Garba Lawal, have said the next step should be the rebuilding of the team with young players such as Manchester City’s Kelechi Iheanacho, Arsenal’s Alex Iwobi and KAA Gent’s Moses Simon.

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My Foreign Affairs
by Danielle Renwick, Brianna Lee, and James McBride by International Institutions and Global Governance Program. by Bo Cutter, Robert E. Litan, and Dane Stangler by John P. Manley, Pedro Aspe, William F. Weld, Thomas P. D'Aquino, Andres Rozental, and Robert A.

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Faith, frustration mark life of Tenn. man shot in D.C.
, the Antioch man wounded by U.S. Capitol Police on Monday after brandishing a BB gun at a security check, left a scattered paper trail detailing his fraught life in the decades between his high school graduation in Columbia, Tenn., and this week's Capitol Visitors Center shooting.

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NGC Lashes Out at Pastor Scott Stirm
There is a firestorm building over controversial remarks made by Evangelical Pastor Scott Stirm. Tonight, the Garifuna community has come out strongly over recent remarks made by Stirm in reference to their spirituality. The firebrand evangelist appeared before an international congregation where he....

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