By Dion Forster | The Conversation
On the day before the 2020 US presidential election, Reverend Kenneth Meshoe, the leader of the African Christian Democratic Party in South Africa, tweeted: “Please pray… for President Donald Trump to be re-elected”. It seems bizarre that a black African Christian would support an overt racist who disdains people who come from “shithole countries”.
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By FPA Staff Reporter | FrontPageAfrica
Four renowned and acclaimed pastors and Church Leaders based in the United States of America are encouraging Pastors and Church Leaders in Liberia to continuously remain focus and dedication to the assignments given them to disseminate the gospel of Jesus Christ in transforming humanity to the Kingdom of God.
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By Carole Morris-Underhill | Cape Breton Post
Rev. Moses Adekola smiles when he sees falling snow. The mere sight of snowflakes falling to the ground makes the Nigerian-born pastor grin from ear to ear.
“Winter is my favourite. I just love wintertime,” said Adekola, sipping on a hot chocolate while sitting inside a Tim Hortons restaurant.
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CATONSVILLE – More than 150 million Americans are expected to cast ballots this year. Father Isaac Makovo will be among those voting in a presidential election for the first time. While his journey from Kenya to becoming pastor of St. Agnes in Catonsville and St. William of York in Ten Hills is distinctive, it is a given that priests who immigrate here from other countries will become American citizens and able to engage in our electoral process.
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By Kwasi Aye-Addo | GhanaWeb
Rev. Dr. Moses Ohene Biney is the New Moderator of the Conference of Ghanaian Presbyterian Churches in North America (CGPC-NA). Dr. Biney’s election took place at an extraordinary delegates conference held on Saturday, August 29, 2020. He takes over from The Stephen Yaw Nkansah, the Pastor of Ebenezer Presbyterian Church, Woodbridge, Virginia who has completed two terms of service.
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