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C. NaTasha Richburg and CNR Ministries Presents Back 2 School Bible Studies for Youth and Young Adults

AUTHOR-c-natasha-richburg.jpgThe back to school season can be a trying time for parents, teachers, and especially children and young adults. Along with the rush of buying new clothes and new school supplies, young people need to be equipped with the knowledge of the Word of God and how to handle the problems they will face in school and in life with grace.

C. NaTasha Richburg and CNR Ministries Presents Back 2 School Bible Studies for Youth and Young Adults

The back to school season can be a trying time for parents, teachers, and especially children and young adults. Along with the rush of buying new clothes and new school supplies, young people need to be equipped with the knowledge of the Word of God and how to handle the problems they will face in school and in life with grace.

Sudanese Government Padlocks 500-Member Christian Church Building

The building that is home to a 500-member Sudanese congregation has been absconded by government security agents. Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) padlocked and shuttered the Sudan Pentecostal Church (SPC) church building in Khartoum Aug. 24, reports Morning Star News.

Sudan Pentecostal Church building in the heart of Khartoum. (Morning Star News)

Al-Shabab Names New Leader After U.S. Airstrike Kills Previous Leader

Somalia's Islamist rebels, al-Shabab, named a new leader Saturday after confirming the killing of their previous leader by a U.S. airstrike, a commander of the group said.

The Somali militants unanimously selected Ahmed Omar, also known as Abu Ubaidah, at a meeting in an undisclosed location in Somalia, said rebel commander Abu Mohammed.

In this Dec. 8, 2008 file photo, armed al-shabab fighters on pickup trucks prepare to travel into the city, just outside Mogadishu, in Somalia. (Farah Abdi Warsameh/AP)

BCNN1/BCBC National Bestsellers List - September 2014

Bestselling authors, Tony Evans (Raising Kingdom Kids -- Nonfiction) and Kim Brooks (She That Findeth -- Fiction) lead the bestsellers list of Black Christian authors on the September 2014 edition of the Black Christian News/Black Christian Book Company National Bestsellers List. BCNN1.com has also released the September 2014 edition of the BCNN1/Amazon.com Kindle E-book Bestsellers List. This list ranks African-American Christian e-books based upon their sales rankings in the Amazon Kindle e-book store. Also, BCNN1 is releasing the September 2014 edition of the BCNN1/Barnes & Noble Nook E-book Bestsellers List. This list ranks African-American Christian e-books based upon their sales rankings in the B&N Nook e-book store.

Tony Evans and Kim Brooks Top September 2014 BCNN1/BCBC National Bestsellers List

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Bestselling authors, Tony Evans (Raising Kingdom Kids -- Nonfiction) and Kim Brooks (She That Findeth -- Fiction) lead the bestsellers list of Black Christian authors on the September 2014 edition of the Black Christian News/Black Christian Book Company National Bestsellers List. 

Tony Evans and Kim Brooks Top September 2014 BCNN1/BCBC National Bestsellers List

ATLANTA, GA, (September 2, 2014) --- Bestselling authors, Tony Evans (Raising Kingdom Kids -- Nonfiction) and Kim Brooks (She That Findeth -- Fiction) lead the bestsellers list of Black Christian authors on the September 2014 edition of the Black Christian News/Black Christian Book Company National Bestsellers List.

All Schools In Nigeria Shut Down Due to Ebola Outbreak

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All schools in Nigeria have been ordered to remain shut until 13 October as part of measures to prevent the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.

Cameroon: Jean II Makoun Has Put an End to His International Career

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Jean II Makoun says stop. The Cameroonian midfielder ended up with the indomitable Lions. And the Rennes player revealed his reasons to Jeune Afrique: "I put an end to my international career. I shall remain the first supporter of Cameroon, but I go to my work ".

From 'Made in China' to 'Made in Africa'

The cost of labor in China is going up, so Chinese manufacturers are moving to Africa, and they're playing all the angles.

(Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/Reuters)

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