Gov. Henry McMaster has once again granted the S.C. Department of Commerce – which isn’t a public health agency – the power to make health-related decisions in response to the coronavirus outbreak in the state.

Last week, McMaster announced that “gatherings,” defined in his executive order as a “planned or spontaneous indoor or outdoor event that involves or is reasonably expected to involve a large number people physically present,” must be limited to 250 people or 50% of the location’s legal occupancy capacity, whichever is less.

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Nite Line broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS-TV from 8 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The program features local and/or nationally known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community events in the upstate.

Monday, August 10, 2020:  Pastor Keith Kelly welcomes Celeste Crocker to share her testimony tonight on Nite Line.  Tune in tonight as Celeste details the difficulties of her childhood, including sexual and physical abuse, and reveals how she was able to forgive her abuser.  Today Celeste empowers youth through her non-profit organization, Nothing’s Impossible.  Mynda Aleeza ministers in music on tonight’s program.

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Bob Jones University President Steve Pettit will host the ribbon cutting and official grand opening of the new home of BJU’s School of Health Professions (SHP) Monday, Aug. 10, on the ground floor of the Mack Building at 2 p.m. Executives from BJU, elected officials—including South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster—and members of the community will be in attendance.

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AUSTIN, Texas -- US college ministries, youth ministries, Christian schools, and denominations have teamed together with Campus Renewal to mobilize college Gospel movements and reduce the 70% of Christian students who leave their faith in college. The first weeks when freshmen land on their new college campus are critical to solving this tremendous problem. This is also the time when non-believing students are most open to the Gospel and new friends and ideas.

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Since the advent of the Coronavirus crisis millions of Americans have addressed the fears and challenges raised by COVID-19 through prayer. As part of a new two-dimensional national survey of U.S. adults commissioned by The Presidential Prayer Team, a non-partisan, non-profit organization, profiles the prayer life of Americans. The survey of the general public reveals that in the initial weeks of the pandemic half of all adults (49%) indicated they prayed more than usual in response to the pandemic while just 4% prayed less and four out of ten (41%) did not change their normal prayer practices.

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Gary Rhoden steps into the role of director of athletic bands at North Greenville University

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This fall, Gary Rhoden will step into the role of director of athletic bands at North Greenville University.

Rhoden has spent the past nine years in public education. Ensembles under his direction have received numerous accolades and awards and performed at the Bands of America’s Regionals, Super Regionals, and Grand National Competitions, as well as the Allstate Sugar Bowl and even Walt Disney World.

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MILTON, Fla. -- Led by the Gates Foundation, the Hewlett Foundation, the Packard Foundation, and the Ford Foundation, in excess of $300,000,000 (three hundred million dollars) is given by foundations annually toward abortion, promiscuity education, and contraceptives for children. Life Research Institute needs a worker, anywhere in the country, to help educate the board members of all foundations which give money toward these three causes.

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