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Digicel SVG Gospel Fest opens this weekend
Scheduled to appear will be an array of talented, local gospel artistes including: Nigel Morgan, the festival song competition winner; Stacey Little, Chad Durrant, Azariah Gibson, Triumph Covenant Dancers, Eldon Morris, Tishorn Edwards and GTT Dancers. Addresses will come from: new Minister of Ecclesiastical Affairs the Hon.

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Religious duel: Pastor rock vs. Buddhist monk blues
Most days, Lutheran pastor Kazuhiro Sekino preaches to his congregation in a soft voice with religious hymns playing in the background of a Tokyo church. But as night falls, he hits a smoky stage crisscrossed with whizzing strobe lights, shedding his pious day job in a battle of the bands against a group of Buddhist monks.

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Nick Jonas on purity rings: I didn't have a full understanding of what it meant
Jonas and his brothers, Joe and Kevin, wore the jewellery when they were growing up as a sign of chastity but he admits it wasn't really their choice but ''demanded'' by someone at the church. Explaining where the rings came from, he said: ''I came from an incredibly religious home, growing up my....

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Pope Francis appoints new bishop for Tarlac diocese
POPE Francis has appointed the third bishop of the Diocese of Tarlac. Bishop-elect Enrique Macaraeg, vicar general of the Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan in Pangasinan, will replace retired Bishop Florentino Cinense, who served the archdiocese for 28 years.

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Residents fear Chicago's new deadly record
After her granddaughter Sabrina was killed in a car accident in 2008, Johnson gained full custody of her great-grandson Andre Taylor. She looked on, proud, as he busied himself with swimming, football and karate. She knew the dangers someone his age faced if he spent too much time on the streets of Chicago.

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Muslim Group Raises Alarm Over Kids Being Forcefully Converted to Christianity in IDP Camp
An Islamic group, Muslim Corpers’ Association of Nigeria (MCAN) has raised alarm over the alleged forceful conversion of Muslim children to Christianity in an IDP Camp in Edo state. Read Statement released by National Public Relations Officer, Apena Ibrahim Adeboye below: Abducted Muslim Children....

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AFM Seeks Leadership Change
SOME members of the Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) last week convened in Gokwe for what they called the "Final Push" as they continue with their fight to remove their president, Dr Asper Madziyire, and his executive. The meeting also intended to strategise on how to take advantage of the impending....

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Nigeria: There Is a Lot the West Can Learn From Africa - Obasanjo
Nigeria's former President Chief Olusegun Obasanjo has said that the west can learn alot from Aficans. The former President and Co-Chair of the Commonwealth Africa Initiative (CAFI) Chief Olusegun Obasanjo and Dr. Kofi Anan, former UN Scribe, were among the Key Leaders at the recently concluded....

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Four siblings die in fatal road accident
Four siblings died here on Wednesday in a road accident that left both parents hospitalised. The family was travelling from Iringa to Dodoma. Police reports indicate that the family of pastor Pastory Michael Majembe of the Tanzania Assembly of God Church (TAG) met the fateful incident in the....

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Kazakhstan: Good Friday in Almaty
Police and officers of other security agencies raided 11 church premises and homes of the leaders of New Life Pentecostal Church in Kazakhstan's commercial capital Almaty on 25 March, the day the Church was commemorating Good Friday. This was the first the Church knew of a criminal case of alleged large-scale fraud opened against it in May 2015.

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Residents fear Chicago will set new deadly record
After her granddaughter Sabrina was killed in a car accident in 2008, Johnson gained full custody of her great-grandson Andre Taylor. She looked on, proud, as he busied himself with swimming, football and karate. She knew the dangers someone his age faced if he spent too much time on the streets of Chicago.

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Capitol Hill on lockdown
A gunman was taken into custody after shots were fired in the U.S. Capitol complex on Monday, Capitol officials said, and visitors and staff were shut in their offices and told to “shelter in place.” Initial reports said a police officer sustained minor injuries, but later reports from Capitol....

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Vigil in support of Bishop George Bell to be held on Sunday
In October last year the Church of England issued a public apology and paid a settlement to a woman who said she had been abused by the wartime Bishop of Chichester while she was a child in the 1940s and 1950s. But the vigil’s organisers have said they want to encourage people to examine the....

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The Counties: My sister has joined a cult, claims Nairobi city billionaire
Billionaire businessman Lee Karuri. Billionaire businessman Lee Karuri is worried that one of his sisters, a CEO of a blue chip company, may have joined a cult because she has cut off family ties and is giving away property worth millions of shillings to Uhai Africa, a ‘wellness clinic’ along Moi Avenue.

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The Counties: How cult made lawyer kill wife, kids
Young lawyer, Paul Magu, in 2014 December, killed his wife and children before throwing himself in front of a bus that was heading to Nairobi from Garissa. Police say that Magu was pushed by the teachings of a religious cult to kill his wife and their three children, Allen, Ryan and Tiffany.

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Is Evangelism Eroding Traditional Spiritual Beliefs?
Mar 31, 2016 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.

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Egypt awards a further 23 scholarships making a total of 81 in 2016 to Malawians
Lilongwe, March 31: The Egyptian Embassy on Wednesday awarded scholarships to 23 Malawians in cross section of vital sectors for the development of the country. The scholarships range from fields of Solar Energy Technology and Energy Efficiency, Medical coexistence, Quality Nursing Care to Prevent....

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Shepherd Bushiri said to have a Net Worth of a cool $150 million
According to the Magazine our own shepard Bushiri is the second richest pastor in the whole world. His estimated worthy is a cool $150 Million. Prophet Shepherd Bushiri is a Malawian minister, he is in a joint position with Bishop David Oyedepo. Bushiri started ministering in 2002 and have....

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Ex-gangster takes scoop at new life in ice-cream van
He is part of Gangstar Enterprises, a company officially launched yesterday that provides employment opportunities to former offenders who have graduated through a programme run by the Message Trust, a Christian charity. The enterprise runs three businesses: The Soft Machine; Gangstar Furniture,....

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Holly Holm rejected 'Cyborg,' wants rematch with Miesha Tate ...
latimes.com schreibt weiter: Pastor Tim (Kelly AuCoin) and his indiscreet wife, Alice (Suzy Jane Hunt), know an explosive truth about the parents of teenager Paige Jennings (Holly Taylor) . 'The Americans' recap: What's a spy family to do? Visit Epcot. Namely that her dad, Philip (Matthew Rhys), and mom, Elizabeth (Keri Russell), are Soviet spies.

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1st April 2016 - A kind heart for prisoners’ families
PFI, PFN seek support for convicts, relatives By Ola Kehinde-Balogun. Susan , a middle-aged ex-prisoner was elated to be reunited with members of the Prison Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), the new family she had found during her incarceration period. In a media cocktail held recently at Ikeja, the....

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Gunfire breaks out at funeral for murder victim
YOUNGSTOWN. A neighbor across the street from New Vision New Day Church heard several shots where a funeral was taking place for a homicide victim. Sitting on her porch on Everett Avenue, the neighbor said she could hear the shots quite well. “I heard pop, pop, pop and looked out my window, and I....

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Statue desecrations sadden communities
People drove into the parking lot behind St. Mary Church in Billerica throughout the day, some pulling up to the decapitated statue of Mary, shaking their heads and driving off. Others got out, hugged each other, and wept. “You see it on the news, and it’s sad, but you see it in person, and it’s....

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Chicago killings: Fears of a long, hot and deadly summer
After her granddaughter Sabrina was killed in a car accident in 2008, Johnson gained full custody of her great-grandson Andre Taylor. She looked on, proud, as he busied himself with swimming, football and karate. She knew the dangers someone his age faced if he spent too much time on the streets of Chicago.

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S.C. Secessionist Party to raise Confederate flag at State House in July
The Confederate flag will return temporarily to the South Carolina State House this summer. The S.C. Secessionist Party plans to raise the Civil War banner during a four-hour rally on July 10, the first anniversary of the flag’s controversial removal. Secessionist Party founder James Bessenger said....

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S.C. Secessionist Party to raise Confederate flag at State House in July
The Confederate flag will return temporarily to the South Carolina State House this summer. The S.C. Secessionist Party plans to raise the Civil War banner during a four-hour rally on July 10, the first anniversary of the flag’s controversial removal. Secessionist Party founder James Bessenger said....

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