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March 11, 2017

LISTEN: Just Looking for a Home, Part 5 (The Covenant & the Cross #86 with Daniel Whyte III) This podcast is designed to help you better understand the Word of God -- both the Old and New Testaments. The Old Testament is the story of the Covenant which God made with His chosen people Israel. And the... Continue Reading →


LISTEN: “Keeping Watch” Is Ministry in Action (Ordained Chaplains: The Work of the Chaplain #7 with Daniel Whyte III at Gospel Light Society University) Our Work of the Chaplain passage for this episode is 1 Thessalonians 5:11 which says, "Wherefore comfort yourselves together, and edify one another, even as also ye do." Our Work of the Chaplain quote for this episode is from... Continue Reading →

LISTEN: Out of the Depths: An Autobiographical Study of Mental Disorder and Religious Experience, by Anton T. Boisen, #7 (Ordained Chaplains: Out of the Depths #7 with Daniel Whyte III / Gospel Light Society University) Welcome to the Ordained Chaplains podcast. My name is Daniel Whyte III. I am the president of Gospel Light Society University. Chaplains are spiritual representatives of Christ commissioned to work in mostly secular institutions. We are expected to serve... Continue Reading →


Bishop Harry Jackson, Dr. Alveda King, and Other Christian Leaders of The National Governing Council of POTUS Shield Convene In Ohio to Reaffirm Country as One Nation Under God

The National Governing Council of POTUS Shield is convening in Canfield, Ohio, March 9th-11th for an urgent and historical summit in their nationwide tour to reaffirm our country as one nation under God. This esteemed group of faith leaders will... Continue Reading →


Black Southern Baptist Church Leaders Are Choosing Not to Support the SBC In Its Efforts to Defund Russell Moore and the ERLC

Concerns are building among some black Southern Baptists about a predominantly white conservative church movement to redirect funds away from the denomination's policy arm because of disagreements with Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission President Russell Moore. Earlier this week, the... Continue Reading →


U.S. Prosecutor Preet Bharara, Who Held Out Against Trump’s Resignation Demand, says he Has Been Fired

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said on Saturday that he had been fired, one day after the Justice Department asked him and 45 other federal prosecutors who had served under Democratic President Barack Obama to submit their resignations. "I did not... Continue Reading →


Two People Critically Sick After Drinking Tea From Chinatown Herbalist

Two people are critically sick in San Francisco after drinking tea from the same Chinatown herbalist. The tea leaves bought at Sun Wing Wo Trading Company contained the plant-based toxin Aconite, the Department of Public Health said Friday. A man... Continue Reading →


Bill Arnett Won’t Stop Talking About His Impressive African-American Art Collection

Just off Route 5, on the side of a narrow road that meets every definition of the middle of nowhere, Bill Arnett walks into an abandoned, overgrown yard. Last time he visited, a man threatened to kill him. “You cannot... Continue Reading →


Bloody Man Chases Kids Practising Soccer in Park With Broken Bottle until Police Shoot Him

A bloody, shirtless man with what appeared to be a broken wine bottle turned a balmy evening of soccer practice and batting cages into a scene of chaos and panic. It didn't end until police shot and killed him. A... Continue Reading →


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