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Dead man resurrects in Kumasi

Residents of Tafo Zongo in Kumasi on Friday experienced the shock of their lives, when a man in the area who has been declared dead for more than 24-hours suddenly resurrected. Alhaji Satal’s body, which had been brought from the morgue, was being prepared for burial after Friday afternoon prayers, when suddenly the dead man opened his eyes and started ...

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Building Bethel Building You Gospel Concert & Fundraising

(NEW YORK) The Christian Journal Reporter – Last night, a host of stars Getty and Friends, Lady Prempeh, and Emmanuel Baako joined Evangelist Diana Asamoah in a gospel concert at United Bethel Pentecostal Ministries Inc. The glittering event, named Building Bethel, Building You Gospel concert and fundraising started at 6pm till midnight. Introducing the event were Bethel Voices who sang ...

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The Ten (10) Commandments – Were They Really 10 Or 13?

Several religious people might be stunned by the shocking news that the popularly known “Ten Commandments” which God gave to Moses in the 15th Century BC, were not after all 10 but 13..!  This conclusion is based upon the recent discovery of the original stone tablets upon which the Commandments were written. A few years ago, the P&P newspaper quoting ...

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Pope Names Advisory Board- Big reform in Catholic church expected

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis, in his first major decision, on Saturday set up an advisory board of cardinals from around the world to help him govern the Catholic Church and reform its troubled central administration.   The eight cardinals will help him put into place changes in an administration which has been held responsible for some of the mishaps ...

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Christ’s Resurrection vs. Those of Other ‘gods’

Does Christ’s resurrection even matter? This was the question I found myself asking the day after Easter. Life had returned to business as usual, with most of the holiday lessons fading into the background. Nothing about Easter had really fazed me, and why should it? I already knew all of the sermons; I could quote the story of Christ’s death ...

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Persecution of Christians Watch…………

AFGHANISTAN — Christians Thankful for Answered Prayers   Christian workers in Afghanistan are praising God for several recent answers to prayer. Authorities recently stopped a group of Taliban fighters who were preparing to attack multiple sites. The Taliban had loaded a truck with eight tons of explosives, but it did not blow up. It was the largest truck bomb ever ...

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Pope seeks decisive action against sex abuse

Pope Francis has called for strong, specific worldwide measures for the Catholic Church to act “with determination” against clergy sex abuse — the scandal that has rocked the church for more than a decade. It is one of the first actions on a major issue in Francis’ week-old papacy, one marked so chiefly by attention to his humble, cut-the-pageantry style. ...

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Christians Around the World Celebrate Easter

ROME — Pope Francis celebrated his first Easter Mass in Saint Peter’s Square attended by a huge crowd. In his Urbi et Orbi (to the city and the world) message and blessing, he called for peace in the world. Tens of thousands turned out for the first Easter Mass celebrated by Pope Francis, in a square beautifully adorned by multi-colored ...

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