From left (front row) Isaac Stargel, Mandie Trainer, Levie Land, Emily Felton. From left (second row) Drew Golden, Drew Reynolds, Hannah Rankin, Bethany Manley. Not pictured: Carrie Rust and Gideon Owens.
From left (front row) Isaac Stargel, Mandie Trainer, Levie Land, Emily Felton. From left (second row) Drew Golden, Drew Reynolds, Hannah Rankin, Bethany Manley. Not pictured: Carrie Rust and Gideon Owens.

Tigerville, SC -- Colleges are recognized for distinct qualities. Clemson University is known for its National Championship football teams.  Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is known for applied sciences and high-tech innovations. The Philadelphia School of Circus Arts is known for, you guessed it, circus arts. Whether written or unwritten, every school is most known for its niche in the higher education segment. Over 125 years, North Greenville University (NGU) has earned a distinguished reputation for equipping Christian transformational leaders.

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SCOTTSDALE, Az. -- The Presidential Prayer Team, the national, nonpartisan prayer ministry for America and its leaders, announced today that, following a recent in-depth, national study on how Americans pray, The Presidential Prayer Team, is calling America to participate in a 100-minute prayer challenge over the 2020 elections.

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In lieu of a presidential debate, Joe Biden and President Donald Trump participated in separate televised town halls last week.  While the President navigated biased and hostile questions from NBC journalist Savannah Guthrie, ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos let Biden dodge questions on past comments that were perceived racist and his stance on packing the Supreme Court. However, Biden made a huge swing to the left on an issue he promised to make a priority: allowing children to transition to the opposite gender.

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North Greenville University held a homecoming commencement ceremony for the Class of 2020 on Saturday, October 17.
North Greenville University held a homecoming commencement ceremony for the Class of 2020 on Saturday, October 17.

Tigerville, SC -- North Greenville University (NGU) on Saturday, October 17,  gave its Class of 2020 graduates a little slice of normal during a year that was anything but normal, even if it came a few months later than originally planned.

NGU is among the first universities in the region to hold an in-person commencement. Most schools held virtual ceremonies in May and June and have postponed on-campus gatherings until December or next spring.

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The American Christian Voting Guide rated the Republican and Democrat presidential candidates based on biblical qualifications. President Donald Trump received an "A-" and Joe Biden graded an "F".

The higher the rating "indicates greater blessings from God" for following God's Word.

The ranking was evaluated by Rev. Steven Andrew, pastor of USA Christian Church. According to the voting guide, President Trump is the only biblically qualified candidate to be president.

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Most Americans don't trust the media -- but should they trust the media's polls? The only firm who got the 2016 election right says no. Trafalgar's Robert Cahaly has made the bold claim that Donald Trump is ahead, and after his stellar forecast four years ago, only a skeptic would doubt him. "They call me a polling industry disrupter," he said in a lengthy sit-down with National Review. And with his 92 percent accuracy rate, he could be on the verge of stunning America again.

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IRAN'S 'SKYROCKETING SECRET CHURCH:' Iran's
IRAN'S 'SKYROCKETING SECRET CHURCH:' Iran's "underground" house church movement -- the fastest growing church in the world -- is being fueled by explosive social media use and satellite television viewership, according to Middle East satellite broadcaster SAT-7 (www.sat7usa.org).

Despite intense persecution, thousands of Iranians risk all to embrace Christian faith, reports SAT-7

EASTON, Md. -- Iran's "underground" house church movement -- the fastest growing evangelical church in the world -- is being fueled by explosive social media use and satellite television viewership, according to new findings.

Middle East satellite broadcaster SAT-7 (www.sat7usa.org) reveals thousands of Iranians regularly tune into Christian programs on its SAT-7 PARS channel that broadcasts 24/7 in Farsi, the language spoken by most Iranians.

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