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Peter Armstrong (poet)

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Peter Armstrong (poet)

Peter Armstrong (born in 1957 in Blaydon, County Durham, England) is a poet and psychotherapist. Life Armstrong was educated at local schools and then read philosophy and English at Sunderland Polytechnic (now the University of Sunderland). While at polytechnic, he was converted from Roman Catholicism to Evangelical Protestantism, but more recently has described himself as an "Anglo-Catholic agnostic". He trained as a teacher but then turned to psychiatric nursing, and now works as a cognitive behavioural psychotherapist.[1] He lives in Stocksfield, Northumberland.[2] Poetry Armstrong began to publish his poetry in the late 1970s, contributing to magazines and to Ten North-East Poets,[3] The Firebox. Poetry in Britain and Ireland after 1945,[4] and Last Words: New Poetry for the New Century,[5] and other collections. He won an Eric Gregory Award from the Society of Authors in 1984. His first volume of poetry, Risings, appeared in 1988 and has been followed by three others.[6] Armstrong is one of the edit

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Virginia Healey Asher

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Virginia Healey Asher

Virginia Healey Asher (December 18, 1869 – February 2, 1937) was a gospel singer and evangelist to women. Biography Virginia Healey was born in Chicago to Irish Catholic parents, who however, did not seem to mind their daughter attending services at Moody Church, then pastored by R. A. Torrey, an associate of evangelist Dwight L. Moody. Healey was converted to evangelical Christianity at the age of eleven and shortly thereafter became involved in the church’s Sunday School ministry. Healey had a fine contralto voice and apparently received some professional training from George F. Root. In the service of Moody Church she met her future husband, William Asher, who had been converted at the same evangelistic meeting as Healey, and they were married on December 14, 1887. Their only child died at birth. Virginia Asher attended classes at the precursor of Moody Bible Institute, although she did not graduate. In the 1890s, the couple held open-air evangelistic meetings near the original Ferris wheel, built for

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Stephen Baldwin

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Stephen Baldwin

Stephen Andrew Baldwin (born May 12, 1966)[1] is an American actor, producer, director, author, and conservative political activist. He has appeared in the films Born on the Fourth of July (1989), Posse (1993), Threesome (1994), The Usual Suspects (1995), Bio-Dome (1996), and The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (2000). He also starred in the television series The Young Riders (1989–92), and as himself in the reality shows Celebrity Big Brother 7 (UK) and Celebrity Apprentice. In 2004, he directed Livin' It, a Christian-themed skateboarding DVD. Early life Baldwin was born in Massapequa, New York, the youngest son of Carol Newcomb (née Martineau) and Alexander Rae Baldwin, Jr., a high school social studies teacher and football coach.[2] Baldwin's elder brothers are actors Alec, Daniel, and William, collectively known as the "Baldwin brothers". He was raised in the Catholic faith.[3] In high school, Baldwin participated on the varsity wrestling team, along with William.[4] Baldwin has two sisters, Elizabeth Ke

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George Barna

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George Barna

George Barna (born 1954) is the founder of The Barna Group, a market research firm specializing in studying the religious beliefs and behavior of Americans, and the intersection of faith and culture. From 2013 - 2018 he served as the Executive Director of the American Culture & Faith Institute, the research division of United in Purpose.[3] Background George Barna grew up a Catholic in New York City and Princeton, New Jersey, but has since engaged with evangelical Christianity.[4] Barna has filled executive roles in politics, marketing, advertising, media development, research and ministry. He founded the Barna Research Group in 1984 (now The Barna Group) and helped it become a leading marketing research firm focused on the intersection of faith and culture before selling it in 2009. Through the Barna Group, George served several hundred parachurch ministries, thousands of Christian churches, and many other non-profit and for-profit organizations as well as the U.S. military. He currently serves as t

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Christian of Prachatice

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Christian of Prachatice

Christian of Prachatice (Czech: Křišťan z Prachatice) (1360–1368, Prachatice, Kingdom of Bohemia – 4 September 1439, Prague, Kingdom of Bohemia) was a medieval Bohemian astronomer, mathematician and former Catholic priest who converted to the Hussite movement. He was the author of several books about medicine and herbs, and contributed to the field of astronomy with many papers and data recordings. Biography Christian of Prachatice was born in the 1360s, perhaps 1366[1] or 1368.[2] In 1386 he matriculated at Charles University, where he earned a bachelor's degree two years later and a master's degree in liberal arts in 1390. He later taught at the university and counted Jan Hus among his students.[3] In 1403 he served as dean of the Faculty of Arts and 1405 as rector of the university. In 1405 he was appointed pastor of The Church of St. Michael the Archangel in Prague's Old Town; it is not known where he was ever ordained. Together with Johannes Cardinalis von Bergreichenstein, he attended the Council of

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Sheena Halili

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Sheena Halili

Sheena Halili (born Sheena Yvette Castro Halili on January 16, 1986 in San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines) is a Filipino actress. She became popular when she played the antagonist and villain role of Monica in the 2007 series, MariMar.[1] She also became a Regal contract star because of Marimar.[1] Career She entered Philippine show business through the first wave of StarStruck, the reality-based star search of GMA Network. She was one of finalists, dubbed as the Final 14.[2] Halili, together with those who were eliminated during the course of the show, are now known as Starstruck Batch 1 Avengers. She was linked with her co-survivor Rainier Castillo but it was later confirmed that they really dated after the show. She also starred in a commercial for Head & Shoulders where she was partnered with Alvin Aragon. She considers her role in the show MariMar as her biggest break on television. In the series, she played the role of Monica, the arrogant and oppressive yet stupid bestfriend of Angelika. She a

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Pattie Mallette

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Pattie Mallette

Patricia Elizabeth "Pattie" Mallette (born April 2, 1976) is a Canadian author, film producer, and mother of Justin Bieber. She also managed her son's early career. Her autobiography, Nowhere but Up, was published in 2012 by Christian book publisher Revell, and was #17 on the New York Times Best Seller list during its first week of release. Early life Childhood Pattie Mallette was born on April 2, 1976,[1] in Stratford, Ontario, of French Canadian descent.[2][3] She is a daughter of Diane M. (Henry) and Bruce Mallette.[4] Her older sister was killed at age 5, when she was struck by a vehicle while crossing the street. She also has an older brother named Chris.[3][5] Mallette has said her childhood was dominated by sexual abuse and violence[3][6] and that she was first molested around age 3.[7] Mallette alleged that her offenders included a male babysitter, the grandfather of one of her friends, and neighborhood kids mature beyond their years. Her book describes sexual abuse continuing until she was 14, fol

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Vinko Ošlak

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Vinko Ošlak

Vinko Ošlak Vinko Ošlak (born 1947) is a Slovene author, essayist, translator, columnist and esperantist from the Austrian state of Carinthia. Ošlak was born in the town of Slovenj Gradec, then part of the Socialist Republic of Slovenia in former Yugoslavia. After completing his primary and high school education in his native province of Slovenian Carinthia, he enrolled at the University of Ljubljana, where he studied political science. Due to economic problems, he quit the studies and dedicated himself to journalism. A devout Roman Catholic, he became active in the Slovenian Christian intellectual subculture around the alternative journal Revija 2000 ("Review 2000"). Among others, he became a close friend of the Slovenian Christian Socialist poet and dissident Edvard Kocbek, who strongly influenced Ošlak's spiritual and intellectual development. Due to his critical attitude towards the Titoist regime, Ošlak was unable to get a job as journalist, and worked as a manual worker. In 1983, after pettifoggery b

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Manny Pacquiao

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Manny Pacquiao

Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao, OL GCrS PLH ( PAK-ee-ow; Tagalog: ; born December 17, 1978) is a Filipino professional boxer and politician, actor and currently serving as a senator of the Philippines. Pacquiao is regarded by many boxing historians as one of the greatest professional boxers of all time.[1] He is the only eight-division world champion in the history of boxing,[2] having won twelve major world titles,[3] as well as being the first boxer to win the lineal championship in five different weight classes.[4][5][6] Pacquiao is also the first boxer in history to win major world titles in four of the eight "glamour divisions" of boxing: flyweight, featherweight, lightweight and welterweight.[7][8][9] He was named "Fighter of the Decade" for the 2000s by the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA), World Boxing Council (WBC), and World Boxing Organization (WBO). He is also a three-time Ring magazine and BWAA Fighter of the Year, winning the award in 2006, 2008 and 2009, as well as the winner of the B

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Sarah Palin

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Sarah Palin

Sarah Louise Palin ( (listen); née Heath; born February 11, 1964) is an American politician, commentator, author, and reality television personality, who served as the ninth governor of Alaska from 2006 until her resignation in 2009. As the Republican Party nominee for Vice President of the United States in the 2008 election alongside presidential nominee, Arizona Senator John McCain, she was the first Alaskan on the national ticket of a major political party and the first Republican woman selected as a vice presidential candidate. Her book Going Rogue has sold more than two million copies. She was elected to the Wasilla city council in 1992 and became mayor of Wasilla in 1996. In 2003, after an unsuccessful run for lieutenant governor, she was appointed chair of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, responsible for overseeing the state's oil and gas fields for safety and efficiency. In 2006, she became the youngest person and the first woman to be elected Governor of Alaska.[1] Since her resignat

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William Gibson Sloan

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William Gibson Sloan

William Gibson Sloan, 73 years of age William Gibson Sloan (4 September 1838 in Dalry, North Ayrshire, Scotland – 4 September 1914 in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands), was a Plymouth Brethren evangelist to the Faroe Islands and Shetland. His parents were Nathanael and Elisabeth Sloane (Sloan) who lived in Bridgend, Dalry. William became a missionary, sent by the Tract Society of Scotland, to Shetland and Orkney. While in Shetland, Catholic born Sloan came into contact with local Plymouth Brethren and issues like "believers baptism" and the "breaking of bread" came up. Sloan converted and became "baptised by immersion into the water" and thence "broke bread" with the local Shetland Baptists, even though he never considered himself being a Baptist. He believed in the one Congregation of God. It was in this belief that he, in 1865 decided to become an evangelist to the Faroe Islands, which he had heard of from Shetland fishermen, who earned their living by fishing in the vicinity of the Faroe Islands. For many years

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Robert Sungenis

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Robert Sungenis

Robert A. Sungenis (born ca. 1955)[1] is an American Traditionalist Catholic known for his Catholic apologetics and his advocacy of a pseudoscientific belief that the Earth is the center of the universe. He has made statements about Jews and Judaism which have been criticized as being antisemitic, which he denies. Sungenis is a member of the Kolbe Center for the Study of Creation, a Catholic Young Earth creationist group.[2] Biography Robert Sungenis was brought up in a Roman Catholic household and converted to become a Protestant as a young man.[3] He obtained his B.A. in religion from George Washington University in 1979, an M.A. in theology from Westminster Theological Seminary, a Presbyterian and Reformed Christian seminary located in Glenside, Pennsylvania, in 1982.[3][4] He converted back to Roman Catholicism in 1992.[3][5] In 2006 he received a Ph.D. in religious studies from the Calamus International University, an unaccredited distance-learning institution incorporated in the Republic of Vanuatu.

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Louis Zamperini

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Louis Zamperini

Louis Silvie Zamperini (January 26, 1917 – July 2, 2014) was an American World War II veteran, a Christian evangelist and an Olympic distance runner, best known for being a Japanese prisoner of war survivor. Zamperini took up running in high school and qualified for the US in the 5,000 m race for the 1936 Berlin Olympics. In 1941, he was commissioned into the United States Army Air Forces as a lieutenant. He served as a bombardier in B-24 Liberators in the Pacific. On a search and rescue mission, mechanical difficulties forced Zamperini's plane to crash in the ocean. After drifting at sea for 46–47 days (island spotted on the 46th, and arrived on 47th) he landed on the Japanese occupied Marshall Islands and was captured. He was taken to a prison camp in Japan where he was tortured. Following the war he initially struggled to overcome his ordeal. Later he became a Christian Evangelist with a strong belief in forgiveness. Since 1952 he devoted himself to at-risk youth which his family continues today. Zamperi

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Martin Nievera

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Martin Nievera

Martin Ramon Razon Nievera (born February 5, 1962) is a Filipino singer and songwriter. In his career spanning more than three decades, Nievera has garnered eighteen platinum, five double platinum, three triple platinum, and one quadruple platinum albums.[1] He is often referred to in the Philippines as the "Concert King". Early life Martin Ramon Razon Nievera was born on February 5, 1962 in Manila to singer Roberto "Bert" Nievera and Conchita Razon.[2][3] He has a twin sister, Victoria[3] (nicknamed "Vicki"[4]); a younger sister, Rachel;[4][5] and many half-siblings from his parents' other marriages.[5][6] His father was a member of the Hawaii-based troupe Society of Seven.[2][3] His mother left her first husband and fled with the twins to Hawaii when they were three years old to finally live with Bert.[7] At this age, Nievera underwent to a surgery to have his inguinal hernia repaired.[8] Attending elementary and high school in Hawaii,[9] he said that he was regularly bullied by his classmates because of

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C. J. Mahaney

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C. J. Mahaney

Charles Joseph Mahaney, commonly known as C.J., is an American Christian minister. He is currently the senior pastor at Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville, and was formerly president of Sovereign Grace Ministries, now known as Sovereign Grace Churches (formerly People of Destiny International or PDI, co-founded with Larry Tomczak), a network formed to establish and support local churches. He was one of the founding pastors and leaders of Covenant Life Church, in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Under Mahaney's leadership, Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville is a member of Sovereign Grace Churches and works with the Southern Baptist Convention for training and Christian mission work. Mahaney resigned from the presidency of Sovereign Grace Ministries in 2013 in order to plant Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville. A 2012 class-action suit was filed against Sovereign Grace Ministries and listed Mahaney as a defendant. The lawsuit was dismissed due to the statute of limitations;[1] Mahaney released a public statement e

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Larry Tomczak

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Larry Tomczak

Larry Tomczak is an apostolic leader and evangelist. His ministry began in 1972. He led People of Destiny International, a pioneering church planting movement which has established almost 60 churches in the US and abroad (though now under a different ministry name and leadership). He was editor of People of Destiny magazine and has authored several books, including the quarter-million best seller Clap Your Hands, Church Planters Handbook (co-author), Divine Appointments, Reckless Abandon, and The Bullseye Challenge. Larry is an almost 40 year board member of"Intercessors for America" ministry and was an instructor at the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry. Married over 40 years with four grown children, he serves as Executive Director of The Awareness Group (T. A. G.) and resides in the Nashville area. Early life Tomczak was born into a Roman Catholic family in Ohio, and in his youth was part of a local rock band.[1] He became an Evangelical during the charismatic renewal of the 1970s, as described in

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Piolo Pascual

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Piolo Pascual

Piolo Jose Nonato Pascual (born January 12, 1977)[1][2] is a Filipino film and television actor, singer, model, and producer. Early life Piolo Jose Nonato Pascual, was born on January 12, 1977 in Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center located in Malate, Manila. He is the youngest son of Amelia "Amy" Nonato Pascual and Philip Victoriano Pascual. While growing up, Pascual enjoyed a close bond with his siblings—Chiqui, Paulette, Pam, Choi, and Patricia—despite their own father's early death. His father was a casting director for international films that are shot in the Philippines, though Piolo can't recall if it affected his ambition on becoming an actor, ramp model or a performer. He lived an ordinary life; he went to school and spent time on outings and celebrations with his family. Piolo attended elementary and high school at St. Francis School in Santa Ana, Manila. When he was in 5th Grade, Piolo joined the school theater group, Teatro Ni Kiko, where he was introduced to the world of theater and acting. Whil

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Gary Valenciano

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Gary Valenciano

Edgardo Jose "Gary" Santiago Valenciano (born 6 August 1964), also known as Gary V. and Mr. Pure Energy, is a multi-awarded Filipino-Puerto Rican, singer-songwriter, musician, actor, music producer and TV host. Valenciano has released 39 albums, and won the Awit Awards (Song Awards) for "Best Male Performer" twelve times. In 1998, he became UNICEF Philippines' first National Ambassador, a title he continues to hold. He is currently part of ABS-CBN contract artists, having been a mainstay of the Sunday noontime musical variety show ASAP and the noontime, weekday singing contest segment of It's Showtime. He is frequently tapped to sing theme songs for the network's soap operas and in-house film arm, Star Cinema. Valenciano was given the ASAP Elite Platinum Circle Award several times for his achievements in the local music industry. In his 34 years in the music industry, he has been awarded multi-platinum recording awards for most of his full-length studio albums.[2] Early life and education Gary Valenciano

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Kim Atienza

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Kim Atienza

Alejandro Ilagan Atienza (born January 6, 1967[1][2]), known professionally as Kim Atienza or Kuya Kim, is a Filipino television host, actor, weather anchor and a former politician. He is currently a resident weather anchor in ABS-CBN's TV Patrol's segment, "Weather-Weather Lang". Atienza served as councilor of the 5th District of Manila for three terms.[3][4] Atienza is the eldest son of former Mayor of Manila and Buhay Party-List Representative Lito Atienza and the brother of Ali Atienza.[5] Career Political career Atienza has been in politics for twelve years. From 1995 to 2004, he served as councilor of the 5th district of Manila for three terms.[4] One of his notable resolutions that he filed to the city council is the resolution in 1998 declaring actress Claire Danes as persona non grata and banning her films after Danes criticized the state of Manila's cleanliness.[6] In 2004, he ran as representative of the 5th District of Manila but lost to Joey Hizon.[7] His father, former Manila Mayor Lito Atien

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Mathieu Kérékou

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Mathieu Kérékou

Mathieu Kérékou (French pronunciation: ​) (2 September 1933 – 14 October 2015) was a Beninese politician who served as President of Benin from 1972 to 1991 and again from 1996 to 2006. After seizing power in a military coup, he ruled the country for 19 years, for most of that time under an officially Marxist–Leninist ideology, before he was stripped of his powers by the National Conference of 1990. He was defeated in the 1991 presidential election but was returned to the presidency in the 1996 election and controversially re-elected in 2001. Military background Kérékou was born in 1933 in Kouarfa village,[1] in north-west French Dahomey. After having studied at military schools in modern-day Mali and Senegal,[1] Kérékou served in the military by joining the French Army in 1960.[2] Following independence, from 1961 to 1963 he was an aide-de-camp to Dahomeyan President Hubert Maga.[3] Following Maurice Kouandété's coup d'état in December 1967, Kérékou, who was his cousin,[3][4] was made chairman of the Milita

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Robert M. Bowman Jr.

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Robert M. Bowman Jr.

Robert M. Bowman Jr. (born 1957) is an American Evangelical Christian theologian specializing in the study of apologetics. Biography Bowman received the M.A. in Biblical Studies and Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary in 1981, did doctoral studies in Christian Apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary, and earned his Ph.D in Biblical Studies at the South African Theological Seminary.[1][2] From 2006 to 2008 he was the manager of Apologetics and Interfaith Evangelism for the North American Mission Board (based in Alpharetta, Georgia), an agency of the Southern Baptist Convention.[3] Since 2008 he has been the executive director of the Institute for Religious Research, an independent, evangelical nonprofit organization (formerly located in Grand Rapids, now based in Cedar Springs, Michigan).[4] He is married to wife Cathy with four children. Writings Bowman is the author of nearly sixty articles and of a dozen books. Five of those books he co-authored with Kenneth D. Boa, an Oxford-trained schol

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Mike Pence

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Mike Pence

Michael Richard Pence (born June 7, 1959) is an American politician and lawyer serving as the 48th and current vice president of the United States. He previously was the 50th governor of Indiana from 2013 to 2017 and a member of the United States House of Representatives from 2001 to 2013. He is the younger brother of U.S. representative Greg Pence. Born and raised in Columbus, Indiana, Pence graduated from Hanover College and earned a law degree from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law before entering private practice. After losing two bids for a U.S. congressional seat in 1988 and 1990, he became a conservative radio and television talk show host from 1994 to 1999. Pence was elected to the United States Congress in 2000 and represented Indiana's 2nd congressional district and Indiana's 6th congressional district in the House of Representatives from 2001 to 2013. He served as the chairman of the House Republican Conference from 2009 to 2011.[2] Pence described himself as a "principled co

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Mike Maturen

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Mike Maturen

Michael A. Maturen (born September 9, 1964), known as Mike Maturen, is an American magician and politician best known for his candidacy for president of the United States as the nominee of the American Solidarity Party in the 2016 United States presidential election. Life and career Maturen was born in Saginaw, Michigan[1] in 1964 and was adopted into a Roman Catholic family.[2] He attended Douglas MacArthur High School,[3] attended Central Michigan University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology with a minor in journalism,[4] and, in 2002, Maturen graduated from the Minnesota Graduate School of Theology.[2] Maturen was ordained as a priest in the Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches (an Evangelical church in the Anglican tradition outside of the Anglican Communion), although he eventually returned to the Christian denomination of his upbringing, the Roman Catholic Church.[5] Currently, Maturen works as a salesperson and part-time magician.[3] He has been appointed as the Distri

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Gordon Klingenschmitt

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Gordon Klingenschmitt

Gordon James Klingenschmitt (born June 5, 1968) is an American evangelical activist, former American Navy military chaplain and elected official. A Republican, he served one term in the Colorado House of Representatives for the 15th district from 2015–17. Klingensmlchmitt was defeated in the 2019 Colorado Springs City Council At-Large Elections to Wayne Williams, Incumbent Bill Murray and Incumbent Tom Strand.[1] Early years Born in 1968 to a single mother in Buffalo, New York, he was adopted at age 3 by Joanne and Carl Klingenschmitt, Roman Catholics who had him baptized. He was raised in suburban Akron, New York.[2] Career Klingenschmitt graduated from the United States Air Force Academy with a bachelor's degree in political science and from Regent University with a master's degree in divinity, a Master of Business Administration, and a Doctor of Philosophy in theology.[3] At the Air Force Academy, he attended a Pentecostal Bible study. Klingenschmitt was "born again" on December 13, 1986, when he "inv

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Oz Fox

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Oz Fox

Richard Alfonso Martinez (born June 18, 1961), better known by the stage name Oz Fox, is the lead guitarist of the Christian glam metal band Stryper. Martinez' high school friends called him Oz in honor of Ozzy Osbourne due to his ability to emulate the vocals of Osbourne while playing Black Sabbath covers in his pre-Stryper days.[1] He was recruited by the Sweet brothers in 1983 to form what would become Stryper. As a founding member of the band, Fox recorded and toured with Stryper until the band's first break up in 1992 but has since rejoined the band. Background Fox was born on June 18, 1961 in Whittier, California, to Richard Joseph Martinez and Jessie Maria Martinez.[2] Having been influenced by artists from many styles of music including country, Fox's style can best be described as having been heavily influenced by the style pioneered by Eddie Van Halen; Fox would often warm up by playing Van Halen's "I'm The One" note for note before Stryper shows.[1] He joined the LA guitarists trend of heavily in

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J. Regina Hyland

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J. Regina Hyland

Janet Regina Hyland (November 30, 1933 – October 9, 2007), also known as "J. R. Hyland", was an American non-fiction and philosophical author. Personal life and family Hyland courageously managed a very difficult childhood, filled with dramatic events. Hyland's parents divorced and both remarried during the 1940s. Her brother Don died of meningitis in June 1943. She said she was never close to her father, whom she described as an idealistic journalist in New York City, who "cared for no one and did nothing for anyone." However, she did grow close to her stepmother, Mildred, though she described her as both "self-centered and narcissistic." Mildred died during the early 1960s, her father during the early 1770s, and her natural mother during the late 1980s. Hyland and her stepsister Jean lived together during the 1970s and then lived near each other from 1985 to Hyland's death in 2007. However, Hyland said they didn't become close until 1995, when she founded Viatoris Ministries and the Humane Religion bimo

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Margaret Court

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Margaret Court

Margaret Court AO MBE (née Smith; born 16 July 1942), also known as Margaret Smith Court, is a retired Australian tennis player and former world No. 1. She amassed more major titles than any other player in history and is considered as one of the greatest tennis players of all time. She is currently a Christian minister in Perth, Western Australia. In 1970, Court became the first woman during the Open era (and the second woman in history after Maureen Connolly) to win the singles Grand Slam (all four major tournaments in the same calendar year). She won 24 of those titles (11 in the Open era), a record that still stands. She also won 19 women's doubles and 21 mixed doubles titles, giving her a record 64 major titles overall. Her all surfaces (hard, clay, grass and carpet) singles career winning percentage of 91.74 percent is the best of all time according to the Sporteology website.[1] Her open era singles career winning percentage of 91.37% (593–56) is unequalled, as is her Open Era winning percentage of 91

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Alberto Rivera (activist)

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Alberto Rivera (activist)

Alberto Magno Rivera Romero (September 19, 1935 – June 20, 1997) was an anti-Catholic religious activist who was the source of many of the conspiracy theories about the Vatican espoused by fundamentalist Christian author Jack Chick. Chick promised to promote Rivera's testimony even after he died. Rivera had allegedly been a Jesuit before becoming a Fundamentalist Protestant, and many of the stories Chick published about Rivera involve Jesuit activities. Biography Rivera was born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain. He is most notable for his claims about his time as a Catholic priest and the inner workings of the Catholic Church. Most of these claims are fiercely disputed by the Catholic Church and others and Rivera was not able to provide compelling evidence in support of this claim. An exposé by Gary Metz in Cornerstone magazine[1] as well as another one in Christianity Today[2] questioned many of Rivera's claims about his life, alleging that he was a fraud. The two conflicting versions

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Karen Pence

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Karen Pence

Karen Sue Pence (née Batten, formerly Whitaker; born January 1, 1957) is an American educator, teacher, and painter, and the current second lady of the United States since 2017. She is married to the 48th and current vice president of the United States, Mike Pence. She was formerly the first lady of Indiana from January 14, 2013 to January 9, 2017. Early life and education Pence was born as Karen Sue Batten[1] in Kansas[2][3] on January 1, 1957,[4] the daughter of Lillian (née Hacker; 1931–2004)[5] and John M. Batten (1931/1932–1988), a United Airlines official.[6] Her parents divorced when she was very young, and her mother married Bernard Barcio in 1967.[7] She grew up in the Broad Ripple Village neighborhood of Indianapolis, where she graduated as valedictorian from Bishop Chatard High School.[8][9] Pence attended nearby Butler University where she studied to become a teacher, and minored in art.[10] She received both a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) and a Master of Science (M.S.) in elementary education fro

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C. J. Nitkowski

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C. J. Nitkowski

Christopher John "C. J." Nitkowski (born March 9, 1973) is a left-handed former professional baseball pitcher and current baseball broadcaster. A first-round draft choice of the Cincinnati Reds in 1994, he played in the major leagues for the Reds, Detroit Tigers, Houston Astros, New York Mets, Texas Rangers, Atlanta Braves, New York Yankees, and Washington Nationals. He has also played in Nippon Professional Baseball for the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks, and in the KBO League for the SK Wyverns, Doosan Bears, and Nexen Heroes. Nitkowski currently works as a broadcaster for the Rangers, MLB on FOX and SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio. Amateur career Nitkowski grew up in Suffern, New York,[1] and attended Don Bosco Preparatory High School in Ramsey, New Jersey, graduating in 1991.[2] Not drafted out of high school, he attended Florida Atlantic University for one year before transferring to St. John's University. Professional career Major League Baseball The Cincinnati Reds made Nitkowski the ninth overall pick in the

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Emerson Fittipaldi

Emerson Fittipaldi (Portuguese pronunciation: ; born 12 December 1946) is a semi-retired Brazilian automobile racing driver who won both the Formula One World Championship and the Indianapolis 500 twice each and the CART championship once. Moving up from Formula Two, Fittipaldi made his race debut for Team Lotus as a third driver at the 1970 British Grand Prix. After Jochen Rindt was killed at the 1970 Italian Grand Prix, the Brazilian became Lotus's lead driver in only his fifth Grand Prix. He enjoyed considerable success with Lotus, winning the World Drivers' Championship in 1972 at the age of 25, a youngest F1 world champion record that he held for 33 years. He later moved to McLaren for 1974, winning the title once again. He surprised the paddock by moving to his brother's Fittipaldi Automotive team prior to the 1976 season, being replaced by James Hunt. Success eluded him during his final years in Formula One, with the Fittipaldi cars not competitive enough to fight for victories. Fittipaldi took two mo

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Tirso Cruz III

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Tirso Cruz III

Tirso Cruz III (born Tirso Silvano Cruz III, April 1, 1952) is a Filipino actor, comedian, and singer. He is one of the famous actors in Philippine show business. Early life Cruz was born at 2:46 AM on April 1, 1952 at University of Santo Tomas Hospital in Sampaloc, Manila to Tirso Bailey Cruz, Jr. and Elma Acosta Silvano.[1] He is the grandson by paternal line of Tirso Muñoz Cruz Sr. and María Loreto Lagrosa Bailey, and by maternal line of Tomas Silvano and Petra Acosta. Loreto's father, Lewis Edwin Bailey, was an American soldier, from Stowe, Vermont, and was the son of French Canadian immigrants. Personal life Cruz is married to Erlinda "Lynn" Erillo Ynchausti in 1981 and has two sons and one daughter. TJ (October 22, 1981–November 21, 2018) is the eldest, while Bodie is the middle and Djanin the youngest. Bodie Cruz is one of the actors from Pinoy Big Brother as housemate. There is a street named after his father and paternal grandfather which uses their common namesake located in Tondo, Manila calle

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Phytos Ramirez

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Phytos Ramirez

Neophytos Kyriacou (born July 18, 1995 in Athens, Greece), better known by his stage name Phytos Ramirez,[1] is a Filipino-Greek actor and model.[2] Career He was born in Athens, Greece,but he grew up in San Mateo, Rizal and started his career for modeling and TV commercials before he started his acting in ABS-CBN drama series Mula Sa Puso as Neal. Personal life He recently converted to Born-Again Evangelical Christianity after years of being a Roman Catholic last November 23, 2017.[3] Filmography Television Year Title Role Network 2019 Madrasta David GMA Network 2018 My Special Tatay Jeff Contessa Winston Mallari 2017 Wish Ko Lang: Mag-ina Lester Unang Hirit Himself Alyas Robin Hood Jason Trops Diego Imbestigador: Monica Lawrence Simbul Encantadia Paolo Carlos "Paopao" Aguirre Imbestigador: Chop Chop Lady Alvin Delos Angeles Magpakailanman: Justice for the Battered Child Angelo 2016 Oh, My Mama! Justin Gutierrez Magpakailanman: Ang sundalong magiting PVC Lo

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Jonathan Cain

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Jonathan Cain

Jonathan Cain (born Jonathan Leonard Friga; February 26, 1950) is an American musician, singer, and songwriter best known for his work with The Babys, Journey, and Bad English. Cain was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Journey on April 7, 2017.[1] Early life Cain was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Leonard and Nancy Friga, who were Italian. At the age of eight, Cain began accordion lessons, and by the time he was in his teens, he was playing accordion and piano at parties and in clubs. He also plays guitar, bass, and harmonica. Cain was a survivor of the Our Lady of the Angels school fire of 1958, in which 92 students and 3 nuns died.[2] In 1968 Cain graduated from East Leyden High School in the Chicago suburb of Franklin Park, Illinois and later attended the Chicago Conservatory of Music before moving to Nashville, Tennessee, and eventually to Los Angeles, California.[3] Career Cain performing in 2007 In 1976, Cain released his first record as the Jonathan Cain Band, Windy Cit

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Rafael Cruz

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Rafael Cruz

Rafael Bienvenido Cruz y Díaz (born March 22, 1939) is a Cuban-American Protestant preacher, public speaker, and father of Texas U.S. Senator and 2016 presidential candidate Ted Cruz. He is described by various media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, as an acting surrogate in his son's political campaigns.[2][3] Early life Cruz was born in Matanzas, Cuba, in 1939. His father, Rafael Cruz, was a salesman for RCA, originally from the Canary Islands, Spain. His mother, Emilia Laudelina Díaz, was a teacher.[4][5][6] Cruz attended Arturo Echemendia primary school in Matanzas.[7] Cruz states he joined the Cuban Revolution as a teenager and "suffered beatings and imprisonment for protesting the oppressive regime"[4][7][8][9] of dictator Fulgencio Batista.[10][11] Cruz enrolled at the age of 17 at the University of Santiago in September 1956.[7] According to Cruz, as a teenager, he "didn't know Castro was a Communist".[12][13][14] Cruz has stated in interviews that he was jailed by Batista for several da

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Billy Crawford

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Billy Crawford

Billy Joe Ledesma Crawford (born May 16, 1982) is a Filipino-American singer, songwriter, dancer, actor, comedian, and television host. He has released five studio albums, an EP and has had a number of singles, notably "Trackin'", "When You Think About Me" (a remake of a OneVo1ce hit) and "You Didn't Expect That" amongst others. And the newest album, Work In Progress under Viva Records. He has hosted a number of talent shows of ABS-CBN including Pinoy Dream Academy, Pilipinas Got Talent, Your Face Sounds Familiar, Pinoy Boyband Superstar, Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids, Little Big Shots and Idol Philippines, and became a judge in World of Dance Philippines. In 2019, he released the single Filipina Girl. He married Coleen Garcia in Balesin Island in 2018. Early life and career Billy Joe Ledesma Crawford was born in Manila, Philippines, to a Filipino mother from Jaro, Iloilo City named Mayette Ledesma, and an American father named Jack Crawford. He has two half-brothers. Crawford was discovered at the ear

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Archie Alemania

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Archie Alemania

Archie Alemania (born 6 March 1978) is a Filipino actor, host, comedian, and dancer. Career Alemania has appeared in several television commercials such as Chippy, San Miguel, Globe and Pop Cola. He is a talent of ABS-CBN and a member of Big Brother's Dance Group, Big Men Dance Group, and the Big Men Singers. At present, Archie is into sitcom, honing his talents as an actor. Alemania has also been a host from 2004-2007 for Studio 23's weekly info-tainment show and gag show Wazzup Wazzup with fellow hosts Toni Gonzaga and Vhong Navarro Alemania moved to GMA Network on 2010. his first appearance in GMA is I Laugh Sabado until 2011 as a mainstay before his quick return to ABS-CBN. after 4 years, he returned to GMA Network while he still appeared at two shows of ABS-CBN including Tubig at Langis and Ang Probinsyano. Alemania is currently a mainstay of Bubble Gang since 2016. his first GMA Drama appearance is D' Originals. Personal life He has a son with actress Mickey Ferriols named Brent Marcus Alemania.[

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Michelle Madrigal

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Michelle Madrigal

Michelle Madrigal Gaspar, who is better known as Michelle Madrigal (born November 4, 1987) is a Filipina actress. Known as she was a finalist of ABS-CBN reality talent search, Star Circle Quest. She also has a younger sister named Micaella Madrigal and her elder sister, Ehra Madrigal is also an actress. Career Michelle was a former contract star ABS-CBN's Star Magic, in where she started when she joined the reality talent search Star Circle Quest in 2004. Thereafter, she was cast in several TV shows in the network, particularly with the teen drama SCQ Reload and the fantasy horror series Spirits. In 2007, Annabelle Rama took her under her wing as her manager. She is now a GMA Network artist along with her older sister Ehra Madrigal. Michelle and Ehra were both cover girls of FHM for the same month of September but in different years. She was one of the casts of the fantasy series Dyesebel, via the said network, in where she played a villainess. Recently, she is included in the cast of Luna Mystika as one o

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Mark Cahill

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Mark Cahill

Mark Cahill (born March 16, 1962) is an American author, speaker, and evangelist. He is the founder of Mark Cahill Ministries and is the author of seven books. One Thing You Can’t Do in Heaven has over 600,000 copies in print. It has been translated into Russian, Chinese, Spanish, German, Romanian and Nepalese. One Heartbeat Away has over 800,000 copies in print. The Watchmen was released in August 2012. His first novel, Paradise was released in mid 2013 his novel, "Reunion" was released in June 2014. His last two books released were 2015's "The Last Ride" and his latest book was released in the fall of 2017 entitled "Ten Questions from the King" Mark Cahill currently resides in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Education Cahill attended Auburn University from 1981 to 1984 on a four-year basketball scholarship. He played forward on the varsity basketball team and was a teammate of Charles Barkley. Mark was named to the Academic All-SEC team (first team) in 1983 and 1984.[1] He was an honorable mention to the Academi

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Regine Velasquez

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Regine Velasquez

Regina Encarnacion Ansong Velasquez (born April 22, 1970) is a Filipino singer, actress and record producer. She gained recognition by winning both the 1984 Ang Bagong Kampeon and the 1989 Asia-Pacific Song Contest, representing the Philippines in the latter. Velasquez rose to fame with the release of "Kung Maibabalik Ko Lang" from her self-titled debut album in 1987. The album was generally well received and produced two more singles, "Urong Sulong" and "Isang Lahi", that established her as a commercially viable Filipino pop artist. Velasquez-Alcasid signed a recording contract with Polygram Records in 1994 and released Listen Without Prejudice, marking her debut as an up-and-coming artist in the Southeast and East Asian region. It became her best-selling record in the region to date and produced "In Love With You", which became her most successful single of the 1990s. Its accompanying music video was named Video of the Decade by MTV Asia. Velasquez parted with Polygram in 1997, citing a lack of creative co

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Luis Eduardo Moreno

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Luis Eduardo Moreno

Luis Eduardo Moreno Moreno (28 October 1934 – 9 May 1996) was a Colombian preacher, co-founder and 1st Ministry of the Church of God Ministry of Jesus Christ.[2] Commonly known as Brother Luis, he was the first husband of the Colombian Christian leader Maria Luisa Piraquive and father of senator Alexandra Moreno Piraquive.[3] Biography Luis Eduardo Moreno was born on 28 October 1934[2][4] in Pereira, capital of the Risaralda department.[4] Although his family was Catholic, he started to assist to various Pentecostal churches when he became an adult. In these churches he had disagreements with the religious leaders due to the way in which they managed the congregations. In 1965 he met Maria Luisa Piraquive, whom he married a year later. In 1972 he co-founded with his mother, wife and other believers, the Church of God Ministry of Jesus Christ.[2] Moreno died on 9 May 1996 in Bogota due to a heart attack. References CESNUR. "Le religioni in Italia" (in Italian). Retrieved 25 April 2011. "Hermano Luis

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Lawrence Onochie

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Lawrence Onochie

Lawrence onochie (born 10 August 1969) is a Nigerian pastor, author, public speaker and scholar. He is the lead pastor of The Kings Heritage Church, Nigeria.[1][2] Background and Academic Records Born on August 10, 1969, Lawrence Onochie is from Ubulu ukwu, Delta State, located in the South-South part of Nigeria. Onochie grew up in Lagos, where he attended Oshodi Comprehensive High School, Lagos State, Nigeria from 1981–1985 and Federal School of arts and science between 1986-1987 . In 1988, he was admitted into the Anambra State University of Science and Technology, Anambra State [3] where he graduated in 1993. Pastoral Ministry He became born again in 1987 through the ministry of Bishop Mike Okonkwo at The Redeemed Evangelical Mission church after a delinquent lifestyle. In 1988, he pastored a fellowship called ‘The Royal Priesthood Family’ and further went on to become a pastor of ‘Youths Aflame Christian Outreach’ (YACO), a revolutionary youth ministry which was an amalgamation of three different yout

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Anthony Quinn

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Anthony Quinn

Antonio Rodolfo Quinn Oaxaca (April 21, 1915 – June 3, 2001),[1] known professionally as Anthony Quinn, was a Mexican-American actor, painter, writer and film director. He starred in numerous critically acclaimed and commercially successful films, including La Strada, The Guns of Navarone, Zorba the Greek, Guns for San Sebastian, Lawrence of Arabia, The Shoes of the Fisherman, The Message, Lion of the Desert, Last Action Hero and A Walk in the Clouds. Quinn won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor twice: for Viva Zapata! in 1952 and Lust for Life in 1956. In addition, he received two Academy Award nominations in the Best Leading Actor category, along with five Golden Globe nominations. In 1987, he was presented with the Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award. Early life Quinn was born Antonio Rodolfo Quinn Oaxaca on April 21, 1915, in Chihuahua, Mexico, during the Mexican Revolution to Manuela "Nellie" (née Oaxaca)[2] and Francisco "Frank" Quinn.[3][4] Frank Quinn was born to an Ir

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Mariano Rivera

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Mariano Rivera

Mariano Rivera (born November 29, 1969) is a Panamanian-American former professional baseball pitcher who played 19 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the New York Yankees, from 1995 to 2013. Nicknamed "Mo"[1] and "Sandman",[2] he spent most of his career as a relief pitcher and served as the Yankees' closer for 17 seasons. A thirteen-time All-Star and five-time World Series champion, he is MLB's career leader in saves (652) and games finished (952). Rivera won five American League (AL) Rolaids Relief Man Awards and three Delivery Man of the Year Awards, and he finished in the top three in voting for the AL Cy Young Award four times. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame as part of its class of 2019 in his first year of eligibility, and was the first player ever to be elected unanimously by the Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA).[3] Raised in the modest Panamanian fishing village of Puerto Caimito, Rivera was an amateur player until he was signed by the Yankees organization in

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Edward Lawlor

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Edward Lawlor

Edward G. Lawlor (1907-1987), born in England into a Roman Catholic family and raised in Canada,[1] was a minister for most of his adult life in the Church of the Nazarene. Edward Lawlor was born June 7, 1907 in South Bank, North Yorkshire.[2] His father died when he was still quite young. At that point, his mother emigrated to Canada with her four children. At age 18, Edward was converted through the ministry of the Salvation Army. Not long after that he felt that God was calling him to preach. So he went to the Salvation Army Training College in Toronto. After graduation, he began his ministry as a Salvationist. In 1928 Captain Lawlor married Salvationist Peggy Baird, a Scottish immigrant he had met just three weeks before.[3] Lawlor was also active for a time with the YMCA and with Youth for Christ. He even spent a year ministering to Canada's First Nations people.[4] In 1934, through the influence of J.B. Chapman,[5] Edward Lawlor joined the Church of the Nazarene. He was ordained into the Nazarene min

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Hayden Kho

Hayden dela Santa Kho Jr. (born May 20, 1980) is a Filipino cosmetic surgeon, entrepreneur, actor and model. Biography He was born on May 20, 1980 to a Chinese father and a Spanish-Filipina mother.[1] At the age of 16, Kho started his career in ramp modeling while pursuing a degree in medical technology. This stint brought him to places like New York City, Singapore, South Korea and Japan. Following the footsteps of his father, Hayden Kho, Sr, he earned his degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Santo Tomas. He completed his internship at the Makati Medical Center where he held the position of President of the Medical Interns. Kho also completed his training in anti-aging medicine through the European Anti-Aging Medicine Society (Paris). In Manila, Kho practiced specific cosmetic dermatology and surgery procedures under the organization of the Belo Medical Group, owned by Vicki Belo. In 2007, Kho started appearing on Philippine national television as an actor. His career in show business wa

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