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Caregiver accused of leaving man with special needs in hot car while she ran errands

GAITHERSBURG, Maryland — A Maryland woman is facing charges after authorities say she left her special needs patient in a hot van while she ran errands. Shoppers at the Lakeforest

Headlines Politics

Why US Presidential Debate matters to Ghanaians?

Anny Osabutey, The Christian Journal – Ahead of the presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Monday night, I got a call from my former employers in Accra,

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The Stay in School Foundation supports School Children in Ghana

The Stay in School Foundation, non-Governmental organization based in the United States of America, has handed over school bags and some stationeries to children at Kaase in the Ashanti Region

FIlling Up News

Filling Up: Rich, But Poor!

By Dr. Steve Danso – In the mid-eighties, Africa witnessed the emergence of a fellowship of lay businessmen called the Full Gospel Businessmen’s Fellowship International.  The fellowship, which was founded in

Editorial News

Casting the First Stone

By Dr. Steve Danso – With the unending gaffes of Mr. Donald Trump, the Republican Presidential candidate, many would have thought that Hilary Clinton would have taken an unassailable lead

Church & Ministries Community News

Immaculate Church of Christ Commissions Church Building

Bronx, NY – The Christian Journal – The Immaculate Pentecostal Church of Christ International, headed by Reverend Kennedy Obeng-Sefah, launched a three-day power packed program to commission its new premises

Headlines News World

Shimon Peres, former Israeli president, dies aged 93

BBC News – Shimon Peres, who served twice as Israel’s prime minister and once as president, has died at the age of 93. Mr Peres suffered a stroke two weeks

Africa Headlines News

Humanitarian Workers draw attention to their plight at the UN

Anny Osabutey, The Christian Journal UN, New York – A small section of humanitarian workers on Friday morning drew attention to the dangers associated with their work, when they lined

Headlines News

Fair Trade, not Sympathy,President Mahama tells Western Countries.

Anny Osabutey,  The Christian Journal. New York—Ghana’s President John Mahama has called on developed nations to be fair in their trade dealings with Africa. Speaking at the 71st General Assembly