The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said this will help the missionaries stay warm, ride bikes, and protect themselves from mosquito-borne diseases.
Down at the beach hotel, the guests get their wish to join in Belafonte's "Day-o, day-o....Daylight come and me wan' go home
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Student: It's kind of creepy when you think about it -- having someone invisible right in your home and eavesdropping on
The church said it will "study and analyze" the legislation moving forward.
Reverend Peters' latest project, however, aims to impact more lives. Rather than just spiriting a trickle of refugees to freedom abroad, he is also smuggling nutrient-rich vegetable seeds into North Korea, in a bold effort to provide food security for the 24.9 million people still trapped behind its barbed wire borders.
I asked her if she lacked love at home. "Not at all," she replied. "I was absolutely loved. But I wanted more." But why Catholicism
Huston Smith was 93-years-old, plagued by hearing loss, weakened eyesight, and debilitating osteoporosis. You'd think he'd be ready to take it easy.
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In the 1830s, stories about the stewpots of Fiji finally brought a tsunami of pastors to the islands from the London Missionary Society, and later on canoe loads of Wesleyan Methodists from Tonga. Progress was slow at first, and a good number of soul-savers themselves ended up saved for Fijian feasts.
The 3,000-member church, where Lim has been head pastor for 28 years, has done humanitarian work in North Korea since about
“This is not easy stuff,” said Rabbi Joel Soffin, who regularly traveled with his congregants to Ethiopia, Cambodia and other