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Delta Introduces Full Flat-Bed Seats between Accra and New York-JFK

ACCRA, October 28, 2013 – Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) has introduced its new full flat-bed BusinessElite seats on flights between Accra’s Kotoka International Airport and New York’s John F.


Ghana: Lord Kenya Heals Epileptic Patient

By Richard Owusu-Akyaw,Kumasi  – Born-again hip life musician Evangelist Lord Kenya has healed a 16-year-old girl who has been suffering from epilepsy and chronic stomach illness over the years. The epileptic


Kenya: Pastor Held for Defiling Daughter

A church leader in Ganze has been arrested for allegedly defiling her 12-year-old daughter. The Kachororoni Neema church pastor was arrested on Sunday in Mombasa when he alighted at the

Africa Politics

Uganda: Our Citizens Have Lost Faith in Politics

The New Vision – Archbishop Cyprian Lwanga launched preparations to mark 50 years since the canonisation of the martyrs. Below are some of his remarks. This year, on October 18,


Zimbabwe: Celibate and Secluded – Nuns Pray for the World

The Standard – Imagine a life without a mobile phone and being cut away from family and friends that even the death of a parent cannot reunite you with them.

Community News

Archbishop Emeritus Peter Sarpong visits Worcester

By O.B Stephen, The Christian Journal Contributer Worcester, Massachusetts – The St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church at 570 Lincoln Street in the city of Worcester, Massachusetts was the center


Mother and 4 Children Slaughtered in Horrific Stabbing at Brooklyn House; Crazed Cousin Held as Suspect

By Leonardo Blair, Christian Post – Four children, all under age 10, and their 37-year-old mother were brutally hacked to death in a murderous rampage at an apartment in Brooklyn,

Featured News

Letter from Africa: Red tape and visas

Komla Dumor, BBC News -A few years ago I had an interesting conversation with an Ethiopian businessman as I was sitting at a bar in a hotel in Addis Ababa.


European, African Observers say Madagascar Election Credible

VOA News, Antananarivo — Madagascar’s first presidential election since a military-backed coup was free and fair, European Union (EU) and Southern African observers said on Sunday, as early results trickled

Church & Ministries Headlines

Texas: Nigerian Church Has Huge Expansion Plans in US

Jerome Socolovsky, VOA News TEXAS — The Redeemed Christian Church of God was founded in 1952 in Nigeria. It had no U.S. presence a few decades ago, but has since