Thursday, October 2, 2014

Adventist Minister Sergei Litovchenko abducted in Ukraine

BREAKING: Join us in prayer for Adventist Minister Sergei Litovchenko. In Eastern Ukraine, Litovchenko was abducted by gunmen on Saturday while conducting a communion service for members. Read the full story here:
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Monday, September 29, 2014

Catholic Bishop 'Kieran Conry confessed to having sex with woman

HOVE, England - An English Catholic bishop has resigned after admitting that he has been "unfaithful to his promises as a Catholic priest."

Bishop Kieran Conry of Arundel and Brighton, chairman of the Department of Evangelization and Catechesis of the Bishops' Conference of England and Wales, said in a statement that he would step down "with immediate effect." "I would like to reassure you that my actions were not illegal and did not involve minors,"

Bishop Conry said in a statement read out in parishes of his diocese at Masses Sept. 27 and 28.

"I want to apologize first of all to the individuals hurt by my actions and then to all of those inside and outside the diocese who will be shocked, hurt and saddened to hear this," he said.
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Chuck Smith's Daughter sue Calvary Church

The daughter of the late founder of Calvary Chapel has filed a lawsuit against the church, accusing them of taking over too soon and hastening his death.

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Wife of pastor Terry Hornbuckle talks about her husband rape conviction

ARLINGTON — He was the charismatic preacher; she was the supportive wife.
Together, Terry and Renee Hornbuckle built a successful mega church in Arlington with more than 2,000 members.

They owned a beautiful home and drove luxury cars.
But, in January 2005, it all began to fall apart. "When something like this hits you, you're like there's no way possible," Hornbuckle said of the moment her husband made a horrific confession.

"There's no way this is happening." The bishop told his wife that he was in trouble.

"It was there in that hotel room that everything was exposed, but he was still in denial," she said. "He accepted no responsibility."

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Young Jeezy's song Holy Ghost removed online as Bishop TD Jakes moves to sue the rapper

Televangelist Bishop T.D. Jakes is not pleased that part of his sermon was used in a rap remix without his approval.

Jeezy’s song “Holy Ghost” featuring Kendrick Lamar begins with passionate words from Jakes – words that came from a February 2013 sermon called “Don’t Let the Chatter Stop You.”

According to a post on T.D. Jakes Ministries’ Facebook page, the sermon was sampled in Jeezy’s rap song “without the knowledge or consent” of Jakes, who is the bishop at a mega-church in Dallas called The Potter’s House.

Jakes wrote on Facebook, “we are taking the necessary legal actions to stop the unauthorized use of T.D. Jakes’ intellectual property.” 

The Dallas Morning News could not find record of a lawsuit filed in federal court.
Jakes’ spokesperson wouldn’t comment, saying they stay mum on legal matters.

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Pastor Jesse Duplantis - Word for Today

Faith directs your attention to the resistance of evil and the cultivation of good. If you will allow it, your faith can handle conflict very well.

Faith is the soul’s eye and by it we can see what the natural eye cannot see.
Faith is also the soul’s ear—it can hear what the natural ear can’t.

It's also the soul’s hand in that it can handle what the natural hand cannot. Here it is again: Faith can handle conflict very well.
Think about it for a minute.
Faith supplies motives for endurance. It supplies hope for success.

The reason faith can supply these things is because it gives you confidence in your leader, Jesus Christ, and in yourself. Glory!

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Video of US Marines Singing Days of Elijah

Loved seeing this video of the U.S. Marines singing "Days of Elijah." The prayers of our ministry go with them and our other armed forces as they serve in the United States and abroad!
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Bishop T.D Jakes to Sue Rappers Young Jeezy and Kendrick Lamar

Megachurch pastor TD Jakes says rappers Young Jeezy and Kendrick Lamar violated God's law—and US law, too.
The rappers' remix of "Holy Ghost" opens with a sample of a Jakes speech from last year, the New York Daily News reports, and Jakes says in a Facebook post he neither consented to nor knew about the remix. "We are taking the necessary legal actions to stop the unauthorized use of TD Jakes' intellectual property," the post reads.
But one legal expert tells the Daily News the rappers probably have "a strong fair use case," meaning they're likely allowed to use the material without permission because they're making "a point that amounts to commentary." Specifically, he says, they're using the Jakes sermon "to make a comment on the role of religion in [people's] consciousness."

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Two Nigerian Pastors among 46 Christians Killed by Muslim Terrorists

KARSHIN DAJI, Nigeria (Morning Star News) – Following attacks on three towns in Nigeria’s Kaduna state last week that killed 46 Christians, church leaders said the Muslim Fulani assailants seem driven to rid the area of Christianity and use the land to graze their cattle.

Two pastors were among 31 Christians killed just after midnight on Sept. 17 in Karshin Daji, where 15 others were injured and 15 houses burned down, Christian leaders said. Pastor Ezra Ibrahim of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) was killed, and the Rev. Julius Jako of the ECWA was slain alongside his wife and daughter, said 60-year-old Danjuma Awe, an elder of the ECWA congregation in Karshin Daji.

Jako, his wife Rhoda and their 12-year-old daughter were in their home on their church premises in Karshin Daji when Awe heard about an attack going on at Fadan Karshi, just five kilometers (three miles) away, he said. His family told Jako’s son to warn his father, and he left.

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Friday, September 26, 2014

Oklahoma beheading : Suspect is a new convert to Islam

Gruesome new details have been revealed regarding a woman murdered in Moore, Oklahoma, Thursday. According to local outlets, she was beheaded by a man who was reportedly in the process of converting to Islam.

The victim, identified as Colleen Hufford, 54, died at the scene at Vaughan Foods, a food distribution company, after the violent attack unfolded around 4:05 p.m. at the hands of a male former employee.

Alton Alexander Nolen, who was fired from the business before allegedly attacking Hufford and another coworker, is the primary suspect in the case.

He was shot during the attack by an off-duty officer and remans hospitalized, but is expected to survive.

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New Mexico Police captures ghost on security camera (cnn)

A police officer from Espanola, New Mexico, says he captured a ghost on camera while on duty.

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Chicago Church gives $500 each to its members

LaSalle Street Church—a small church in Chicago's Gold Coast neighborhood—is putting its members ability to pay it forward to the ultimate test.

Last Sunday, the church straight up split $160,000 between each of its 300 members in $500 chunks with one request: use it for good.

According to Senior Pastor Laura Truax, her first thought upon giving out the money was "Holy crap, we might just be squandering 160,000 bucks, which is a big deal because we're not even meeting our budget this year," which is at least honest. "It felt a little ludicrous, and it felt super bold, and it felt good," she went on to say.

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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Dead Ebola patients resurrected in West Africa

Two Ebola patients, who died of the virus in separate communities in Nimba County have reportedly resurrected in the county.

The victims, both females, believed to be in their 60s and 40s respectively, died of the Ebola virus recently in Hope Village Community and the Catholic Community in Ganta, Nimba.

But to the amazement of residents and onlookers on Monday, the deceased reportedly regained life in total disbelief.

The New Dawn Nimba County correspondent said the late Dorris Quoi of Hope Village Community and the second victim only identified as Ma Kebeh, said to be in her late 60s, were about to be taken for burial when they resurrected.

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