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Red Carpet Premiere of EchoLight Cinema’s World Premiere Film “Hoovey” at Bel Air Presbyterian Church, California, took place on January 24
By Dan Wooding, Founder of ASSIST and ASSIST News Service BEL AIR, CA (ANS – January 24, 2015) -- A star-studded red carpet premiere of EchoLight Studio’s world-premier film,...
Zimbabwe authorities threaten Christian ministry with closure
By Michael Ireland, Senior Reporter, ASSIST News Service answritermike@gmail.com (ANS- BULAWAYO, ZIMBABWE, Jan.24, 2015) – Barnabas Aid (www.barnabasfund.org) reports that in an act that is...
Accused Perpetrators Released in Malatya Murder Trial
By Jeremy Reynalds, Senior Correspondent. jeremyreynalds@gmail.com   A Turkish criminal court has released two former military officers and an Islamic university researcher who had been...
Faith & Values for Mature Moviegoers - Ten Movies Vie for Best Movie for Mature Audiences at 23rd Annual Faith & Values Awards Airing Feb. 21 on REELZ
By Dan Wooding, Founder of ASSIST and ASSIST News Service HOLLYWOOD, CA (ANS – January 23, 2015) -- Family and child advocate Dr. Ted Baehr, founder of Movieguide®: The Family Guide to...
Kidnapped Cleric and French aid worker released - BREAKING NEWS
By Michael Ireland, Senior Reporter, ASSIST News Service(ANS- CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, Jan. 23, 2015) -- Two aid workers kidnapped at gunpoint on Jan. 19 in Central African Republic, Claudia Priest...

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  • Overwhelming Demand Brings Documentary of the Exodus Back Into Theatres Nationwide
    Overwhelming Demand Brings Documentary of the Exodus Back Into Theatres Nationwide By Michael Ireland, Senior Reporter, ASSIST News Service This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (ANS - DENVER. CO, Jan.25, 2015) – Crowds turned out to experience filmmaker Timothy Mahoney’s fascinating “Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus” on January 19 to sold-out performances in numerous markets across the country. Now, due to overwhelming demand for Thinking Man Films’ investigative documentary “Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus,” Fathom Events has confirmed an encore presentation in select U.S. cinemas on Thursday, January 29 at 7 p.m. local time. According to a media release, award-winning documentary “Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus,” by filmmaker Timothy Mahoney, chronicles an in-depth archaeological investigation in Egypt as his team attempts to corroborate the biblical text. The news release says the film explores one fundamental question: Is there any evidence that…
  • Albuquerque’s Not Quite So Dramatic Version of a 90 Day Fiancé Visa Episode
    Albuquerque’s Not Quite So Dramatic Version of a 90 Day Fiancé Visa Episode By Jeremy Reynalds, Senior Correspondent, ASSIST News Service -- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   ON LOCATION IN DAVAO, THE PHILIPPINES. Jan 24 2015  Some might consider our experience something like the 90 Day Fiancé television show minus all the drama stateside.   While this version lacks the drama, and as a result will never make 90 Day Fiancé viewers pulsate with anticipation about what’s going to happen, there’s still plenty of adrenalin pumping through my body and that of my fiancé Elma Cabug.      Once she successfully completes an interview with the U.S. Embassy, she will travel with me to Albuquerque, where we’ll have 90 days to get married. Getting married within 90 days is a condition of the K1 Fiancé Visa. (Failure to do so means the non American…
  • Violence in Niger Weighed as Question of Another Eruption Looms
    Violence in Niger Weighed as Question of Another Eruption Looms From Chistian Aid Mission. For Immediate Release CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (ANS -- January 23, 2015)  —When protests against depictions of the prophet of Islam in a French satire magazine emerged across some of the most hardline Islamic countries this month, the West African nation of Niger was not on too many people’s radar. It is now. Rioting Muslims vented their anger at Charlie Hebdo magazine and France over the weekend of Jan. 16-18 by killing Christians and burning church buildings and other Christian institutions, including medical clinics and an orphanage. Violence in the country with a 98 percent Muslim population that had lived in relative peace with its tiny (0.3 percent) Christian minority for decades pointed to extremist elements that analysts have long suspected. There are signs that…
  • Sex trafficking in America: one woman's story
    Sex trafficking in America: one woman's story By Mark Ellis, Special to ASSIST News Service (ANS) -- She grew up poor, in one of the decaying mill towns of Massachusetts. After she ran away from home, she was groomed and finally drawn into the dark world of sex trafficking, a virtual prisoner in one of the most free and prosperous countries in the world. “I was conceived in a violent rape, so I always felt like I was worth less than other people,” says Darlene Pawlik, author of “Testimony: the dark side of Christianity.” The rape was so brutal her mother didn’t talk about it for two years. She actually married the perpetrator, who continued to brutalize her mother. Sexual violence seemed to follow Darlene. “From toddlerhood I was physically and sexually…
  • Alcoholism and the Homeless. A Sin or Disease?
    Alcoholism and the Homeless. A Sin or Disease? By Jeremy Reynalds, Senior Correspondent for the ASSIST News Service ALBUQUERQUE, NM (ANS – February 21, 2015) -- Alcoholism is “a wicked sin, just like drug addiction. You can get victory over with the help of Jesus. “ We live in an alcohol saturated culture, where the link is often made between drinking alcohol and having a good time. Unless you’re a conservative American Christian or over consume alcohol, unlike smoking, it’s socially acceptable to drink. There’s usually a drink available at many after hours business networking functions as well as numerous other events. People drink for a variety of reasons, some because they like the taste, others to unwind, and perhaps a number because they don’t want to be perceived as different from others…
 

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