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A Taste Of Sin And The Importance Of Upholding Suspensions In The Church Community

A Taste Of Sin And The Importance Of Upholding Suspensions In The Church Community

All, Features, Headlines Today
Inspired by the touching narrative of “A Taste of Sin,” a new Christian movie trending, this article aims to underscore the significance of adhering to church principles, particularly concerning the suspension of church members from activities. The film portrays the journey of a pastor suspended from the church due to an affair with a choir member, resulting in her tragic death from an abortion. However, through genuine repentance during his suspension, both God and the church restored him. While the movie primarily serves as a cautionary tale for men of God and Christians to remain vigilant against temptation, it prompts a deeper examination of a vital church practice: SUSPENSIONS. In the realm of religious communities, the decision to suspend church members from activities and ...
Tamale Technical University DASA holds maiden Damba festival

Tamale Technical University DASA holds maiden Damba festival

Ghana News
The Tamale Technical University branch of the Dagbon Students Association (DASA) led by cheif Nurudeendk have organized a maiden Damba festival with a call on traditional authorities to modify the annual festival for economic benefit. These is the first time the Association which has branches across the sixteen (16) regions of the country organized a Damba festival. The Damba festival which brought together eminent traditional rulers, politicians, academia, students and thousands of celebrates from all walks of life was under the theme: “Promoting Dagbon Culture, and Economic Benefit of Damba: the role of Dagbon Students”. Addressing the celebrates, Cheif of the Dagbon Students Association of the University, Cheif Nurudeen Ibrahim appealed to traditional rulers in Dagbon and othe...
King’s College apologises for ‘harm’ caused to staff by photo tribute to Prince Philip

King’s College apologises for ‘harm’ caused to staff by photo tribute to Prince Philip

Headlines Today, International, World News
One of Britain’s top universities has apologised for the “harm” caused to staff after they complained about being sent a photograph of Prince Philip who had a “history of racist and sexist comments”. The photograph of the late Duke opening the university library was included in a recent email bulletin to staff at King’s College London. However, a King’s College London spokesman later said that bosses at the institution remained “very proud” of its long association with Prince Philip. Joleen Clarke, associate director at the King’s College libraries, sent the email apology to staff after some workers complained about being offended by a photograph of the Duke featuring in a staff bulletin previously sent via email. Members of the university’s Anti-Racism Community of Practice r...

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