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Gay Couple To Lead Baptist Church In US

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A Baptist church in the US has announced that a gay couple will lead the congregation as co-pastors.

Calvary Baptist Church in Washington D.C. said Sally Sarratt and Maria Swearingen will begin their new jobs on February 26.

Calvary Baptist Church

It is thought this could be the first time a lesbian couple have been chosen to lead a Baptist church.

Spokeswoman Carol Blythe was quoted by the Religion News Service as saying: “We look for the best people in the world and that’s who they were, we’re very excited.”

The pair have both been serving in ministry separately until now.

We have found it so easy to fall in love with Calvary and its longstanding commitment to be a voice of justice and compassion for those who perpetually find the wholeness of their humanity disregarded and maligned,” the couple said.

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  1. Monica

    January 10, 2017 at 4:31 pm

    Mr Trumpet you hear this. Sodom and Gomorah is at the back of you house and the angles of God are on their way

  2. Mr Chris

    January 10, 2017 at 7:09 pm

    When the USA became a state, they made the word of God their guide and God prospers them but Satan wants to destroy them by pushing them to immorality sodomy. Mr Trump, please read the hand writing on the wall, for you to correct past administration’s error. Mr Obama is almost out of power and out of White house “heaven is real and hell fire is real

  3. Salihu Yauba

    January 10, 2017 at 8:00 pm

    I don’t think there’s anything impossible is the USA.

  4. Rahab John

    January 11, 2017 at 9:17 am

    The world has come to the end,hold your faith still the coming of Christ

  5. marvel Oyewole

    January 18, 2017 at 7:50 am

    God is not mocked, whatsoever a man sow that he sha reap

  6. Cyp Anyahucha

    January 25, 2017 at 9:14 am

    End time. It breaks my heart that those who are highly favoured by God are those that spite him. I pray that Trump will restore sanity in US as no evil will remain unpunished.

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JUST IN: ECOWAS Lifts Sanctions On Mali

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US President, Donald Trump, Wife Test Positive For Covid-19

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President of the United States, Donald Trump, and his wife, Melania Trump have both tested positive for COVID-19.

The President took to his official Twitter handle on Friday to make this announcement.

Trump was last seen in public on Thursday afternoon, returning to the White House after a fundraising trip to New Jersey.

Also Read: What I Told Trump When He Accused Me Of Killing Christians – Buhari

On Thursday, he announced that his aide, Hope Hicks tested positive for the virus which has killed over 1 million people around the world.

He further revealed that he and the first lady had taken the test and waiting for the results before announcing the outcome on Friday.

 

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Mali: N’Daw, Coup Leader Goita Sworn In As President, VP

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President of Mali, N'Daw, coup leader, Goita

President of Mali, N’Daw, coup leader, Goita

Retired Army Colonel, Bah N’Daw has been sworn in on Friday as the interim president of Mali and he is to head a transitional government following last month’s military coup in the country.

The swearing-in ceremony held in the country’s capital city of Bamako, where Colonel Assimi Goita, who led the military junta, was also sworn in as interim vice president.

This administration is to lead the government for a maximum of 18 months before organising national elections.

Also Read: Buhari Attends Virtual ECOWAS Extraordinary Summit Over Mali Crisis

It will be recalled that the country’s military executed a coup last month (August 18) which successfully removed the nation’s president, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita from office.

Former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, attended the ceremony alongside other members of the ECOWAS mediation team.

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