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Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
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Global Manager: Building a Business Model to Help Solve Social Issues
Elim Chew is founder and president of 77th Street, an alternative clothing retailer in Singapore. She sits on more than 20 boards and committees of public service, youth and community organizations. Q. You started your career as a hairstylist and then moved into fashion retailing. What do you remember of the early days? A.

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A guide to decoding Catholic reaction to Pope Francis
Yet as is always the case with strong leaders, he was also sometimes polarizing inside the institution he led. In particular, more liberal Catholics often charged that too much power accumulated in the Vatican on John Paul’s watch, and that the church had become too rigid and dogmatic.

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Mnangagwa's fresh Gukurahundi headache
Mnangagwa has over the years avoided responding directly to allegations that he was one of the key architects of the killings of civilians by Five Brigade in Midlands and Matabeleland soon after independence. But Mnangagwa last week came out guns blazing after former Education minister David Coltart....

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Prophet Makandiwa's 'father' draws 40 000 crowd
OVER 40 000 people on Friday night packed United Family International Church (Ufic) headquarters in Chitungwiza for an Easter conference where Ghanaian preacher, prophet Victor Kusi Boateng prophesied to many people, including prominent individuals. Boateng said prominent gospel musician Michael....

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Blessing For Revellers: Street Pastors On The Rise
By Alex Morgan, Sky News Reporter. The Christian message may be over 2,000 years old, but Street Pastors have found their own way of bringing it to a very modern audience. Pastors of the organisation are Christian volunteers from a variety of denominations. They patrol cities late at night looking to help those in need.

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On the National Economic Council, NEC, retreat in Abuja It is a good idea if we do not have the same rhetorics. We all know where the problem is, where the problem is coming from. The reality is that we need a change of attitude. That’s what we need. No matter what you say, the ministers, the....

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Kenya: Uganda is the land of many titles where not even age can limit ambition
Photo: blog.utc.edu. Age, they say, is just a number. This is extremely true of Ugandan men. They have opportunities to start new careers, families, hobbies at any stage of their life. No wonder they go around changing titles. In high school, they call themselves titles like ‘Top Mathematician’.

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Kenya: Preachers clobber each other silly over passengers' offering'
It was drama galore in a Migori-bound bus when two preachers descended on each other with wild blows and kicks over a bitter rivalry brewed between them on how to divide the day’s proceeds after preaching in the vehicle. The two, who make out their living by feeding the commuters the good news of....

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Ban ‘anointed pants’ pastor, says CCZ
By SAM PHIRI - COUNCIL of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) general secretary Suzan Matale has called for the banning of the Miracle and Deliverance Church and its head pastor from practicing until the church proves that it was registered and affiliated to the mother body.

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The Church can do more!
Given the moral decay, crime and violence affecting Jamaica, has religion failed the country? Everett Brown: President, Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. "No. But going forward, I think the Church should position itself to partner with more NGOs and other faith-based groups to....

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My problem with Buhari - Governor Fayose explains
He speaks like somebody who has guts. To him, no argument can dent the rightness of his position on the Presidency of Muhammadu Buhari. Yet, he tells you he is not confrontational. He claims he has prioritized governance with a view to putting the welfare of the people first.

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VP Mnangagwa’s fresh Gukurahundi headache
Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s attempts to disown statements attributed to him during the Gukurahundi massacres have opened a new frontier for critics of one of President Robert Mugabe’s likely successors. BY NQOBANI NDLOVU/RICHARD CHIDZA. Mnangagwa has over the years avoided responding....

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Rev. Timothy Tyler, fighter for social justice, gives hope on Easter
This could be the last Easter sermon that the Rev. Timothy Tyler delivers at Shorter Community African Methodist Episcopal Church, so he wants to bring a message that people will always remember. Known as a talented storyteller, he'll start with the darkest part of the Easter story how the friends of Jesus laid his body in the tomb.

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Should Easter be same day every year?
Discord over when to celebrate the Resurrection has reigned for centuries. Some scholars have referred to it as one of the oldest disagreements in Christianity. Early Christians sought to celebrate Easter to coincide with Judaism's Passover, for the gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke place the Last Supper within that eight-day festival.

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Anna Boender
Anna was born on Sept. 8, 1924, near Boyden, Iowa, to Gerrit and Catherina (Van Bochoeve) Meyer. Soon after, her parents moved to a farm southwest of Sheldon. She attended Lynn Township 1 Country School in Sioux County through the eighth grade. She then worked as a “hired girl” for several years, until getting a job at the Sheldon Hospital.

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Omaha Catholic church raises funds to ring bells again
Those bells fell silent more than three decades ago because of damage at the historic Omaha church — which has roots as the city's first cathedral — but now the parish is raising funds to bring them back to life. The Rev. Damian Zuerlein, who took over as pastor last year, says the timing is right for repairing the bells at St.

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Easter: What it portends for Christians
Easter is one of the major celebrations in Christendom that has so much activities and festivities attached to it. This period, which commemorates the death and resurrection of Christ is held in high regard by a lot of Christians while some Christian groups perceive it as pagan.

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Needless partisanship eroding gains of electoral institutions –Samuel
Prophet (Dr) Duromola Adedayo Samuel, the General Overseer of Christ Worshippers Church in Osubi, Warri, Delta State is a fiery man of God who has always taken a critical look at the nation’’s socio-political development. In this interview with Michael Olanrewaju , he says that the country has not....

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Most days, Lutheran pastor Kazuhiro Sekino preaches to his ...
forbes.com berichtet: Warner Bros Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice opened in seventeen international territories on Friday, including China, Japan, and the United Kingdom . 'Batman V Superman' Box Office: 'Dawn Of Justice' Tops $200M Worldwide. Zack Snyder’s superhero sequel earned $67.2 million total from over 30,000 screens.

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Washington Over 25K sign petition to allow guns at Republican National Convention Over 25K sign petition to allow guns at Republican National Convention It was not clear whether the aim is support of gun rights or to put the GOP in an awkward position. Wa
More than 25,000 people have signed a petition to allow firearms inside the Republican National Convention being held in Cleveland in July. Firearms are currently not permitted inside the Quicken Loans Arena, known as "the Q," where the gathering will take place. The petition, posted Monday on Change.

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Arts & Culture › Religious duel in Japan: Pastor rock vs Buddhist monk blues
TOKYO. 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 criss-crossed 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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Spy caught trying to steal military secrets
A Korean-American man who had been detained in North Korea has confessed to trying to steal military secrets from the isolated state, Japan's Kyodo and China's Xinhua news agencies reported on Friday. Kim Dong Chul, who previously said he was a naturalised American citizen and was arrested in North....

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Lent is over, but being disciplined might be a maintainable habit now
Those who gave up sweets six weeks ago but were popping M&Ms again a week later might have missed a date on the calendar this week: the end of Lent. For those who lasted 40 days without carbs or booze, or spent 40 days in service to others, a new challenge lies ahead: figuring out whether, or how, to continue to be disciplined.

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Op-ed: Lee's hold on anti-slavery bill is extending agony
As everybody knows this election season, politicians aren't very well liked by many ordinary Americans around the country. A lot of what's frustrating us is that those elected to serve the interests of their state, their citizens, and their nation are instead using their positions of power to stop others from doing something worthwhile.

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Why foreign speeches are a...
There's no getting around the fact that it was a striking setting for a historic speech: President Barack Obama, the first sitting American president to visit Cuba in nearly 90 years, delivering a televised address to the Cuban people from Havana's Gran Teatro.

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Top priorities in career selection
FOR the past month I have been discussing the importance of career selection. I talked about various factors that need to be considered in career selection such as the three important factors that every career represents; identity, influence and affluence, role of teachers in helping school leavers....

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