A scandal afoot?

Religion | Instagram account showing pastors in expensive shoes gains attention
by Jenny Rough
Posted 5/23/19, 03:39 pm

On March 18, a tech employee who goes by the alias Tyler started an Instagram account with the username @PreachersNSneakers and posted a photo of an American pastor in tennis shoes. Sounds harmless, but these weren’t scuffed-up lawn mowing shoes, they were Yeezys, and Tyler happened to be a sneakerhead.

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Free at last

China | The 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre finds many leaders of the protest now laboring for Christ
by June Cheng
Posted 5/23/19, 03:28 pm

Thirty years ago on the predawn morning of June 4, 1989, tanks rolled down the streets of Beijing to Tiananmen Square, where tens of thousands of students had gathered for weeks pleading with the government for reform and democracy. The People’s Liberation Army opened fire on crowds of Beijing citizens who tried to block the troops, killing protesters, bystanders, and even residents inside their apartments. At 5 a.m., troops forced students off the square, sending tanks to pursue the retreating students and beating those who stayed behind.

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D-Day plus 75 years

Lifestyle | God saves a soldier to save others an ocean away
by Sharon Dierberger
Posted 5/23/19, 02:04 pm

Seventy-five years ago on June 6, the Allied invasion of Normandy—D-Day—marked a turning point of World War II. It was also a turning point for Ken Jacobs, an American soldier in the second wave hitting Omaha Beach, code name for one of the five sectors of the invasion.

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