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David Mainse – Canada’s Top Trusted Televangelist Dies at 81

David Mainse, the pastor who launched and hosted Canada’s longest-running Christian TV program, died Monday at 81. The Crossroads Christian Communications founder leaves behind a legacy of media ministries, including the talk show 100 Huntley Street, the Yes TV network, a Christian broadcast school, and a national prayer hotline that fields

Rev. (Dr.) Chidi Okoroafor Elected as President of CAAGA

Over 20, 000 delegates from Nigeria, Cameroon, Central Africa, Chad, Kinshasa, Congo Democratic Republic, Congo Brazzaville, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Sao Tome and Principe on Thursday elected Rev Dr Chidi Okoroafor to lead Central Africa Assemblies of God Alliance (CAAGA) for the next three years. The election took place after four-day

Gunmen abduct Catholic priest in Edo

A Clergyman attached to St. Benedict Catholic Church, Okpella, Rev. Fr. Lawrence Adorolo has been kidnapped by unknown gunmen along the Auchi-Okpella highway on Wednesday evening. At a briefing in Auchi, Etsako West Local Government Area of the State, the Catholic Bishop of Auchi Diocese, Most Rev. Gabriel Dunia, explained that

Scottish Anglicans Must Face Harsher Punishment For Allowing Gay Marriage, say Conservatives

Proposed sanctions against Scottish Anglicans for accepting gay marriage are not strong enough, conservative leaders are claiming, in the first sign of disputes that may mar next week's summit of Church leaders in Canterbury. Leaders from around the worldwide Anglican Communion will meet for five days to discuss religious persecution, climate


The Double Meaning Of The Hebrew Word For Sand: By ONE FOR ISRAEL (Messianic Jews In Israel) We see God separating that which is holy apart, and setting it aside for himself in many places in Scripture, but the Hebrew word for sand, חול (chol), is the same as the word

Religious freedoms campaigner Stuart Windsor dies

A campaigner who spent decades speaking out on behalf of believers around the world living under pressure for their faith has died aged 74. Rev Stuart Windsor (pictured above, right), a Special Ambassador for the organisation Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), passed away at his home on Sunday morning. CSW's Chief Executive, Mervyn

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