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  1. Crowdfunding to build road for reserve endsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | The Now Newspaper

    A crowdfunding campaign to help pay for an all-weather road for a reserve under one of the longest boil-water advisories in Canada has fallen short of its lofty goal, but supporters say they will continue the fight. The 90-day fundraising campaign failed to bring in the desired $10 million and instead garnered $101,000 from just over 1,000 donors.

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  2. New Multicultural Romance Novel Release, Matters of the HeartRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | PR Log

    Stone Cottage Books has released a new multicultural romance novel entitled Matters of the Heart. This new novella focuses on one woman's journey to reclaim her sanity and to regain her self-confidence after being jilted at the altar.

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  3. American analysts sees acceptance of immigrants as 'suicide of Christian Europe'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | Catholic World News

    An American political analyst has charged that Pope Francis is contributing to "the suicide of Christian Europe" by encouraging immigration from Africa. Speaking to an Italian audience, Edward Luttwak said that the Pope "has been sending the wrong signal since the beginning."

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  4. Palestinian archbishop arrested in protest against Israeli 'security wall'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | Catholic World News

    Archbishop Michel Sabbah, the retired Latin-rite Patriarch of Jerusalem, was among the Palestinian Christian demonstrators arrested by Israeli police on August 30 in a protest against the "security wall" being built through Palestinian territory. Hundreds of Palestinian Christians gathered at a spot where construction is proceeding on the security wall, which divides local residents from the fields they cultivate.

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  5. Blue Man Group, Casting Crowns among TPAC's coming attractionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | The Capital-Journal

    ... are $28, $38 and $48. a- 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20: Casting Crowns, which has become one of contemporary Christian music's most enduring and honored acts. Nominated for six Grammy Awards, Counting Crowns has won one. The band's trophy case also include ...

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  6. Crowdfunding campaign to pay Ottawa's portion of road for isolated reserve endsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | Brandon Sun

    A crowdfunding campaign to help pay for an all-weather road for a reserve under one of the longest boil-water advisories in Canada has fallen short of its lofty goal, but supporters say they will continue the fight. The 90-day fundraising campaign failed to bring in the desired $10 million and instead garnered $101,000 from just over 1,000 donors.

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  7. 99.45% of district election commissions formed without opposition membersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | Charter97

    Vital Rymasheuski , a co-head of the organising committee to create Belarusian Christian Democracy party, said it at a press conference organised by the initiative Right to Election 2015 on August 31, BelaPAN reports. The initiative unites eight organisations: the Belarusian Social Democratic Party , the organising committee to create Belarusian Christian Democracy party, Tell the Truth campaign, For Freedom movement, the BPF Party, the Green Belarusian Party, the Electronics Trade Union, the organising committee to form the Freedom and Progress Party.

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  8. The Myth, the Monk, the ManRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Commonweal

    When The Seven Storey Mountain was published in 1949 and became an instant classic, Thomas Merton was only thirty-four years old and had been a Trappist monk for just seven years. The book made him the most famous monk in the world, and he would remain both agent and symbol of the rapidly changing face of Catholicism in the twentieth century until his untimely death at the age of fifty-three.

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  9. Local artists sell work at inaugural Art MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | Today's TMJ4

    Those taking part said it was a great way to show off their work and support the local art scene. "I just consider us the working bee artists," said local artist Leslie Phillips.

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  10. Dix Finds Buyer For Four Stations In Cumberland, MDRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | AllAccess.com

    DIX COMMUNICATIONS' WTBO-WKGO CORPORATION, L.L.C. is selling Country WFRB, AC WTBO-A-W289BR , News-Talk WFRB-A, and Classic Rock WKGO /FROSTBURG-CUMBERLAND, MD to FOREVER MEDIA OF MD, LLC and FM RADIO LICENSES, LLC for $4 million. In other filings with the FCC, BRIDGELIGHT, LLC is selling W251BY/GORDON HEIGHTS, NY, W271BZ/TIANA, NY, and W250BX/REDWOOD, NY to JVC MEDIA, LLC for $120,000.

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  11. What's Happening in My Life in AugustRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | JD Journal

    I found this book through the Kindle Owner Lending Library with only knowing a bit about the synopsis and that it had a Christian undertone. I'm only a few chapters in, but so far I'm really liking it! Subscribe to our FREE daily news alerts and get the latest updates on the most happening events in the legal, business, and celebrity world.

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  12. Bishop slain during Assyrian genocide beatifiedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 31 | Catholic World News

    A century to the day after he was beaten and beheaded after refusing to convert to Islam, Bishop Flavianus Michael Malke was beatified as a martyr on August 29 at the Patriarchal Convent of Our Lady of Deliverance in Harissa, Lebanon. Cardinal Angelo Amato, the prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, told Vatican Radio that "today, as it was 100 years ago, darkness has fallen in many countries of ancient Christian civilization: the faithful are discriminated against, persecuted, expelled, killed; their houses are not marked with the blood of the Passover lamb to be saved, but with the red 'Nu,' for Nasrani or 'one belonging to the Nazarene,' meaning Christians, as the mark of their sentence."

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  13. New Book TakesvFresh Approach to Anti-BullyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | PRWeb

    "My message is a positive one, a 'proencouragement' message. People, particularly young people, need to hear more of the positive."

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  14. Hispanic Churches Look Within To Nurture Musical LeadershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | The Huffington Post

    Adriana Campos, front left, is a youth band member at Christ's Foundry United Methodist Church in Dallas who teaches guitar there on Sunday afternoons. DURHAM, N.C. Andrea Hernandez picks out intricate arpeggios as a member of La Banda Revelation, which performs at Iglesia Hispana Emanuel, a Presbyterian church in the city's Hispanic neighborhood.

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  15. Truth about X Factor's thrillers from Manila: Philippines sisters...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | Daily Mail

    Dawn patrols and downtime in America's ugliest war: Veteran's photos of Vietnam found after 47 years, showing troops unaware of the protests at home - and the many who never made it back Career criminal charged with capital murder after 'executing Houston cop in gas station ambush' as sheriff blames 'out of control' Black Lives Matter movement for his death Youngest actor to play Les Miserables' Jean Valjean on Broadway, 21, dies after falling from his mother's fire escape Tony Stewart claims he didn't see driver he knocked over and killed mid-race as man's family dub star's response 'appalling' Was female doctor murdered by her husband's bitter childhood friend? Chilling arrest of old classmate in 'hitman' hammer attack which killed married mom-of-two Innocent bystander, 61, killed by the NYPD after officer accidentally shot him in bungled attempt to catch a gun dealer Outrage as man ... (more)

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  16. Josh Duggar's a Hypocrite, and it's MY FaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | Daily Kos

    Ironically, the first name out of the gate in the Ashleigh Madison hacking scandal was Family Guy Josh Duggar, rapist, reality T.V. and former child star. But it's getting worse.

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  17. 'We're in a Very Unique Time': Christian Singer...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | TheBlaze.com

    Christian singer Matthew West believes that the world is going through a "very unique" and troubling time in which Christian persecution is on full display in the Middle East, with problems and violence also running rampant here in the U.S. Now, more than ever, West said that America - and the world - are desperately in need of unity. And the singer said that the plight of minority groups in the Middle East has forced him to consider what he would do if his own faith were to be challenged so fervently.

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  18. In troubled, hectic times, Christian radio broadcasts uplifting encouragementRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | Post and Courier

    ... streets of his native St. Petersburg, Fla. His Radio, hisradio.com , isn't the only radio station playing Christian music in the region. Here is a partial list of others: WKCL-FM at 91.5 MHz offers a mix of Southern gospel, praise and worship and ...

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  19. The Freedom Girls is Tasked with Instilling a Strong Christian Faith in ChildrenRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 29 | PR.com

    Generation With a Name, LLC is a premier provider of The Freedom Girls, a for-profit ministry that provides a range of discipleship tools that instill the importance of Christian faith in children. Boerne, TX, August 29, 2015 -- -- Generation with a Name, LLC was created for the sole purpose of illustrating Jesus Christ to young boys and girls in their contemporary settings.

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  20. Royal Flat SDA Men's Ministry solidifying their markRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 | The Gleaner

    Elder and Family Ministries Director of the Royal flat SDA church Doreen Grant presents member of the Men's Ministry and police Constable Geovanni Nelson with medals of honour. In a time when the men of the world are losing their morals and values and are becoming more depressed as a result of burdening circumstances, the men of the Royal Flat Seventh-day Adventist Church are stamping their mark on communities nationally and empowering men to stand for what is right and just.

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