Month: November 2017

The Last Crusade

The Last Crusade by  JOHN W. KENNEDY on November 22, 2017 In his 58-year ministry career, global evangelist Reinhard Bonnke encountered jealous rivals, angry witch doctors, violent thunderstorms, corrupt heads of state, and rioting crowds. While many Americans may have never heard of Bonnke, his ministry, Christ for all Nations (CfaN), says over 76 million people have filled out …

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An UnLikely Journey

An Unlikely Journey by  TIFFANY PHILLIPS on November 27, 2017 DON’T MISS ANY STORIES. FOLLOW PE NEWS! At 5’8 and 150 pounds, Southwestern Assemblies of God University’s (SAGU) kicker Tluang Hmung may not look like a force to be reckoned with on the football field. Yet, the stand-out kicker from Lewisville, Texas, has made a name for himself as a valued …

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