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Religious leaders in musical duel in Japan
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. However, 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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Judge Dismisses Felony Against Jury Nullification Evangelist
A former pastor and father of seven no longer faces a felony charge for distributing pamphlets on jury nullification outside a Michigan courthouse. Keith Wood, who currently works as an insurance broker, was arrested two days before Thanksgiving and charged with jury tampering, a misdemeanor, and obstruction of justice, a felony.

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American detained in North Korea says he's sorry for spying
SEOUL, South Korea — An American detained in North Korea said he had spied against the country and asked for forgiveness at a media presentation Friday, nine days after a U.S. tourist was sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labor for subversion. Kim Tong Chol told a press conference in....

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American detained in North Korea says he's sorry for spying
Kim Tong Chol, a U.S. citizen detained in North Korea, is presented to reporters in Pyongyang, North Korea on Friday, March 25, 2016. North Korea presented another American detainee before the media on Friday, nine days after it sentenced a U.S. tourist to 15 years in prison with hard labor for subversion.

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What modern black activism means for churches
Black activists are working for political change, but might also change the church. There's at least one major difference between the civil rights movement and the Black Lives Matter movement, The Atlantic reported this week: The former was led by clergy. The latter, largely, is not.

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Thousands trace Jesus’ footsteps on Good Friday in Jerusalem
A Protestant pastor touches a cross hanging from his neck during a Good Friday procession on March 25, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. Christians across the globe will celebrate Easter throughout this weekend, including Good Friday, when according to Christian tradition Jesus Christ was crucified and died.

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American detained in North Korea says he's sorry for spying
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — An American detained in North Korea said he had spied against the country and asked for forgiveness at a media presentation Friday, nine days after a U.S. tourist was sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labor for subversion.

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Civil rights groups decry police chief's warning as Jamar Clark decision looms
The groups said they advocated peaceful demonstrations, but the onus was on the police department for its “decades of violence” against the black community. Pastor Danny Givens of Black Clergy United for Change, said that Harteau’s “response was that of someone who said ‘I’m coming to intimidate you.

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Easter message: Out of dark times spring light and life
On that first Good Friday, darkness descended at midday. The followers of Jesus looked on in disbelief. The one that they had hoped would liberate them from oppression was hanging helpless on a wooden cross: the most inhumane form of torture and execution ever devised by humankind.

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Korean-American in North Korea confesses to stealing secrets - media
A Korean-American man detained in North Korea has confessed to stealing military secrets and plotting subversion with South Koreans, the North's official news agency and foreign media reported on Friday (Saturday NZ Time). North Korea, which has been criticised for its human rights record, has in....

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Funeral for Pr. George’s officer killed during ambush of police draws thousands
Thousands of law enforcement officers, officials and ordinary citizens gathered Friday morning for the funeral of Prince George’s officer Jacai Colson, who died during an ambush on police earlier this month. A joyful gospel choir clapping and swaying greeted attendees as they filled nearly every....

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Chicago civic leaders urge local choice for next top cop
CHICAGO After a decade of outsiders serving as Chicago's police chief, local politicians and church leaders are pushing for an insider to take charge of the 12,000-member force after a history of police shootings that have damaged public trust in the department.

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North Korea displays detainee identified as American accused of spying
A man identified by North Korea as an American detainee said Friday he conducted espionage against the Communist nation and appealed for leniency at a state-controlled appearance that marked the first official accounting of his alleged crimes. The highly scripted display of the prisoner — identified....

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American detained in North Korea says he’s sorry for spying
SEOUL: An American detained in North Korea said he had spied against the country and asked for forgiveness at a media presentation Friday, nine days after a US tourist was sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labour for subversion. Kim Tong Chol told a press conference in Pyongyang that he had....

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North Korea: Korean-American Kim Dong Chul admits stealing state secrets
This picture released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Friday, shows Kim Dong-Chul, a Korean-American as he addresses a news conference in Pyongyang on March 25. A Korean-American detained in North Korea admitted to attempting to steal military secrets as he was paraded in front of media groups in Pyongyang.

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3 Franciscan friars are arraigned in child endangerment case
By MICHAEL RUBINKAM Associated Press. HOLLIDAYSBURG, Pa. (AP) - Three Franciscan friars charged with allowing a suspected sexual predator to hold jobs where he molested more than 100 children surrendered Friday in Pennsylvania, where they were confronted by the mother of one of his victims.

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The best deal Trump, or anyone, can ever make
Last summer Donald Trump was asked: “Have you ever asked God for forgiveness for your actions?” Trump replied, “If I do something wrong…I just try and make it right. I don’t bring God into that picture.” Easter, the most important day of the year for Christians, reminds me just how wrong Trump’s answer is—on so many levels.

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American detained in North Korea describes acts as ‘shameful’
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) An American detained in North Korea said he had spied against the country and asked for forgiveness at a media presentation Friday, nine days after a U.S. tourist was sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labor for subversion.

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Korean-American held in North Korea confesses to trying to steal military secrets - media
and james pearson SEOUL (Reuters) - A Korean-American man detained in North Korea has confessed to stealing military secrets and plotting subversion with South Koreans, the North's official news agency and foreign media reported on Friday. North Korea, which has been criticized for its human rights....

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Feds: Flight attendant left 68 pounds of cocaine at LAX
Marsha Gay Reynolds, 31, who authorities believe may be a former collegiate track athlete and Jamaican beauty pageant contestant, was charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute after she allegedly used her Known Crewmember credentials at a Transportation Security Administration....

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Korean-American in North Korea confesses to stealing secrets - media
SEOUL A Korean-American man detained in North Korea has confessed to stealing military secrets and plotting subversion with South Koreans, the North's official news agency and foreign media reported on Friday. North Korea, which has been criticized for its human rights record, has in the past used....

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CCC, ONSF Support Two Ashanti Orphanages
United Kingdom (UK)-based Canaan Christian Centre (CCC), together with Orphans and Needy Smile Foundation (ONSF), has donated varieties of items to two orphanages at Kokofu and Sarpeh in the Bekwai and Ejisu Municipalities. Over 50 inmates from the two orphanages benefitted from the donations, estimated to cost GH4,000.

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The head of the Catholic Church in Ottawa is using his ...
Dazu topix.com: The Cuban missionary decided to immigrate to the United States, where he hopes to be a pastor at a church in Syracuse, New York . Cuban migrants are stuck in Central America. In doing so, he became part of a surge of Cuban migrants heading north. weiterlesen ... winnipegfreepress.

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American detained in North Korea apologizes
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) An American detained in North Korea said he had spied against the country and asked for forgiveness at a media presentation Friday, nine days after a U.S. tourist was sentenced to 15 years in prison with hard labor for subversion.

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Easter: CAN President urges Nigerians to shun violence, division
Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, President, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), has urged Nigerians to shun violence and reject division in the country. •Oritsejafor. This is contained in a statement signed by Oritsejafor and made available to newsmen on Friday in Abuja.

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Editorial: Is Sandbranch about to get running water?
/Rose Baca/The Dallas Morning News. Sandbranch resident Elijah Bryant, 8, delivers cases of water from Mount Zion Baptist Church with Pastor Eugene Keahey to a home down the street in Sandbranch, Texas on Feb. 6, 2016. The community of Sandbranch, a small unincorporated town near Seagoville, Texas....

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