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Fla., April 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ Internationally known evangelist and founder of Christ for all Nations (CfaN), Reinhard Bonnke, announces today that for the first time in his 35-year ministry history, he will host crusades throughout the United
Monday, April 15 2013 American televangelist Benny Hinn has said that he loves Trinidad and Tobago so that he was not paid to host two miracle crusades this past weekend. Addressing hundreds of followers during the first of two crusades at the Hasely
Newsletter Every day fresh news Benny Hinn back for Miracle Crusade Friday, April 12 2013 US evangelist Benny Hinn will arrive in TT today for the Miracle Crusade which takes place this weekend at the Hasely Crawford National Stadium, Port-of-Spain.
EDT , April 4, 2013 Steve Strang writes on Chrismanews.com about televangelist Benny Hinn remarrying his ex-wife at the Holyland Experience theme park on March 31: Evangelist Benny Hinn and his ex-wife Suzanne were remarried on Sunday after being
Pocasset in Grady County, the 12th of 13 children. "I was raised on a farm; that was all I knew," he said in a 2009 interview. When he was 13, living on the family farm near Tulsa, an older brother took him to a small church in Mannford, where he
Senior Jaci Bigham had eight assists in the game against Stephen F...A Thursday Tulsa World Scene story on the Sweetheart Run, profiling Lucas Wilson, mentioned Champ Camp and incorrectly identified what it stood for. Champ originally stood for
The new president will succeed President Mark Rutland, who announced last year he would step down after the spring 2013 semester to pursue other ministry opportunities. Rutland was the first ORU president who is not part of the Oral Roberts family.
Courtesy Oral Roberts University has changed the time for the dedication of the Armand Hammer Alumni-Student Center, the first major new building constructed on campus in 30 years...Lewis Ave., and a ribbon-cutting ceremony will immediately follow
Hinn, 51, founded The Gathering Place Worship Center in 1996, about five years before Wonder's family joined...Church officials responded to requests for comment with a copy of the letter Hinn wrote to his congregation, which says: "As painful as
On Wednesday, church officials told members of the church that a pastor from another church would be ministering to Sam Hinn during his "restoration process" and that Sam Hinn was expected to return to the church he founded in 1996. Sam Hinn did not