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What Did The Presbyterian Moderator Say About Politicians Who Threaten Pastors

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The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rt. Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Martey has said politicians who threaten Pastors for being critical of happenings in the country will be fought spiritually.   According to him, unlike the Supreme Court Judges who are clothed with the legal …

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Youngest US Track Olympian Relies On God

Youngest US track Olympian relies on God when times get tough

Sydney McLaughlin has not had an easy year. In recent months, she fell ill with mononucleosis, her mother suffered a heart attack, and she underwent a nervous breakdown before a major qualifying track competition. So when she became the youngest member of the U.S. Olympic track and field team on …

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Lawyer Suggests Religious Watchdog Bureau

Lawyer Suggests Religious Watchdog Bureau

Mr Godwin Kojo Koranteng, Director of the Centre for Human Rights and Peace Building, has suggested the need for a religious watchdog bureau, to help Christian organizations to demonstrate transparency with regards to their finances.   “It is relevant at this age and time in our country to have a …

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Why Middle East Christians Feel Betrayed By The West

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Religious freedom is for non-Muslims in the Middle East, too, a Syrian Catholic leader said in a strong warning about the future of the region’s Christians and about the “Machiavellian” nature of Western foreign policy. “My friends, the very existence of Eastern Churches, those churches that are from the apostolic …

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Pope Creates Commission To Study Women Deacons

Pope Creates Commission To Study Women Deacons

Pope Francis has instituted a new commission for the study of women deacons, the Vatican announced Tuesday. The decision comes several months after a papal audience with a group of religious sisters, during which Pope expressed his willingness to consider forming a commission to study women deacons, such as they …

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Let’s Pray Ceaselessly For Peaceful Election

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Apostle Dr Stephen Kwame Amoani, the Chairman of the Christ Apostolic Church International (CACI), has urged Ghanaians to pray ceaselessly for a peaceful election devoid of acrimony, political or social upheaval.   He said the Electoral Commission should also exhibit fairness, firmness and transparency and appealed to its officials to …

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We Don’t Need Genetically Modified Foods – Agyin Asare

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Ghana does not need genetically modified foods, Presiding Bishop of Perez Chapel International, Charles Agyinasare has said.   Genetically modified foods (GM foods) are produced from organisms that have had changes introduced into their DNA using the methods of genetic engineering.   There is currently a Plant Breeders’ Bill before …

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