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September 10, 2017

Some Call it ‘Irma-geddon’: 5 Million Without Power, 4 Dead, Massive Storm Surges Face Gulf Coast as Hurricane Irma Moves Over Florida

Three have died in two separate car crashes, while a fourth died of natural causes overnight in a shelter Irma weakened to a Category 2 storm at about 5pm Sunday with winds of 110mph Tornado warnings have been announced across... Continue Reading →


LISTEN: Hide the Word In Your Heart #27 with Danyelle Elizabeth Breedlove Whyte Anonymous said, “Too many Christians have a Hollywood worldview, or a Madison Avenue worldview, or a state-education system worldview. If that’s your worldview, you need to spend more time reading, studying, memorizing, and meditating on the Bible." The Scripture... Continue Reading →

Country-less Former Governor & President Mikheil Saakashvili Returns to Ukraine

Mikheil Saakashvili and a small crowd of supporters shoved their way through a line of guards at the Ukrainian border Sunday, making good on the politician's vow to return to the land that had stripped him of citizenship. The return... Continue Reading →

WATCH: Following Devastating Flooding In Texas, Pastor John Gray Preaches “After The Storm” at The Potter’s House Dallas "After The Storm" Genesis 8:1-4 (NKJV) and Acts 2:1 by Pastor John Gray God is about to put things back together in your life. God has a special plan for you and the payoff will be worth the pain.... Continue Reading →

Taiwanese Activist on Trial in China Accused of Subversion of State Power

A Taiwanese activist is standing trial in China accused of subversion of state power, the first prosecution of a nonprofit worker on criminal charges since Beijing passed a law tightening controls over foreign non-governmental organizations. The trial of Lee Ming-che... Continue Reading →

Pope Francis Urges Colombians to Reconcile

Pope Francis wrapped up his Colombia trip Sunday by honoring a fellow Jesuit who ministered to African slaves and urging Colombians today to follow his lead in working for a more peaceful future. Francis' visit to Cartagena got off to... Continue Reading →

Rohingya Insurgents Declare Monthlong Truce

Rohingya insurgents, whose attack on Myanmar security forces last month triggered savage military reprisals, declared a monthlong truce Sunday as refugees continued to flood across the border into Bangladesh only to face scant basic resources, hunger and illness. The Muslim... Continue Reading →

Myanmar’s Military Accused of Laying Mines to Injure Rohingya

Myanmar's military has been accused of planting land mines in the path of Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in its western Rakhine state, with Amnesty International reporting two people wounded Sunday. Refugee accounts of the latest spasm of violence in Rakhine... Continue Reading →

3rd Construction Crane Falls in Florida in Hurricane Irma’s Winds

A third construction crane has toppled in Florida in the powerful winds of Hurricane Irma. Officials say it happened at a project on Fort Lauderdale beach during the storm Sunday. Officials with developer The Related Group told the Sun-Sentinel the... Continue Reading →

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