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Death Shall Be No More

      Every morning, five days a week, I drive next to a local graveyard. At this time of the year at 7 AM hundreds of tombstones look as if they are stretching themselves above the layers of the … Continue reading

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Easter is not About Near-Death Experiences

Easter should be about Jesus and His resurrection, and not about a recently released book or movie featuring the latest near-death-experience story. The number of bodiless travelers to heaven and back is on the increase. They, we are told, go … Continue reading

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Country Where Parents are Killing Their Own Children

Read also the interview released by The Huffington Post, April 17, 2014 If evaluated by the number of innocent children falsely branded as witches and killed by their superstitious parents and relatives, Nigeria is a country that has sunk deep … Continue reading

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Saving Witch Children in Nigeria

In December 2009 I blogged for the first time about the shocking culture of crime in Nigeria, committed against the thousands of innocent children by their parents, family members, and self-appointed prophets, pastors and evangelists. As I am about to … Continue reading

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