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The City Harvest Reich?

Chris Rosebrough offered an observation when reviewing the fanatical teachings of Paul Scanlon at City Harvest Church:

“So really preaching about the leadership of City Harvest Church. 1,054 more words

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Liveblog: Luzerne County Water Main Break Updates

KINGSTON — Pennsylvania American Water said the 30-inch water main break affects homes and businesses in Kingston and Luzerne, as well as Pringle, Forty Fort and Swoyersville. 20 more words

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Kincardine Burns Hall 1908, 1909, 1911

Fort Fairfield Review, Sept. 16, 1908

A very successful concert was given at Kincardine Burns hall on Wednesday evening. A “piper” from St. John was present, who delighted the people very much. 122 more words

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Breath-taking interview with ex-CHC insider

Chris Rosebrough recently decided to review Kong Hee and interview ex-CHC insider, Nathan Avidan.

The interview in this edition of Fighting for the Faith shines a lot of insight into Kong Hee and CHC’s history and significant issues happening behind the scenes leading up to the CHC scandal. 55 more words

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Chris Rosebrough exposes the Pringles as whacky false prophets

Chris Rosebrough from Fighting for the Faith has done the hard work in examining the false prophecies of Phil Pringle against the scriptures and tests to see if these prophecies have come to pass. 154 more words

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1927 Kintore Hall Burns Night

Fort Fairfield Review, Feb. 2, 1927

On Friday evening the Scotch folks of Upper Kintore held their annual concert and dance at the Kintore hall to celebrate the anniversary of the birth of their national poet, “the poet whom all the world Knows.” Robert (‘Bobbie”) Burns, who was born January 25, 1759. 67 more words

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Observing Burns Night at the Colony: The Prince of Lyrist Honored by His Countrymen at Scotch Colony, January 25

Fort Fairfield Review, Feb. 13, 1929

On  January 25 a tide of Scotties commenced flowing by C. P. R. towards the Colony, Victoria County, N. 525 more words

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