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25 Apr 2021
A Tanzanian church gives hearing-impaired Christians a place to worship. Using sign language interpreters has allowed more people to access church services and Bible stories.
15 Jan 2021
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Saturday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Saturday.⁣
15 Jan 2021
January was established as the first month of the year by the Roman Calendar. It was named after the god Janus (Latin word for door). Janus has two faces which allowed him to look both backward into the old year and forwards into the new one at the same time. He was the 'spirit of the opening'. To many, January is like 331 days instead of the 31 normal days, the longest month of the year. But the big question is, is January really the longest month of the year?
31 Dec 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Friday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Friday.
31 Dec 2020
Stop blaming God for Nigeria’s woes, Obasanjo tells leaders
26 Oct 2020
Kanye West believes God wants him to run for president of the United States, as he says it's his “calling” to be the “leader of the free world".
21 Oct 2020
Chris Skaife has one of the most important jobs in Britain: he is the Tower of London's "ravenmaster", responsible for keeping the ravens on site. According to a legend firmly anchored in the British collective imagination, if all the ravens were to leave the tower, the kingdom would collapse and the country be plunged into chaos. During the lockdown put in place to stem the spread of the coronavirus, Skaife faced an unprecedented challenge: he had to find new ways to entertain the birds, who found themselves without visitors to play with or steal food from, raising fears that they might fly away to find something to eat elsewhere and jeopardise the centuries-old legend.
24 Sep 2020
14 Aug 2020
The announcement of the reopening of worship centres has been greeted with mixed reactions due to the continuous increase in the number of COVID-19 cases across Nigeria⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ While some worship centres have embraced the announcement, others have decided against reopening, looking to continue their virtual services.⁣ ⁣ So, will you be one of those worshipping at home or one of those doing so at a public place of worship?⁣ ⁣
18 Jun 2020
An amazing revelation of God's Name in Yoruba language "Akikitan. by Tobi Olorunsola" It will surely Inspire you to Worship more...
30 Mar 2020
With just about fifty Covid-19 cases in Nigeria, some remain sceptical of the pandemic. They believe it does not exist or it will not affect them.
6 Apr 2017
Meningitis outbreak in Nigeria, not an act of God - Dr Rilwanu Mohammed

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