The woman who accused Zacharias of rape said that after he “arranged for the ministry to provide her with financial support, he required sex from her,” then “made her pray with him to thank God for the they both received.” The woman told investigators that Zacharias “called her his for living a life of service to God,” and “said he warned her not ever to speak out against him or she would be responsible for the of souls whose salvation would be lost if his reputation was damaged.” Zacharias, born in India and raised in Canada, first rose to prominence preaching at a 1983 conference organized by Rev. Billy Graham. He went on to write about two dozen books and had a radio show.
Please note that as in years past there are only two guaranteed collection opportunities for curbside yard waste collection in the spring. Upon completion of the second collection round, curbside yard waste services cease until the start of the fall leaf collection season. Curbside brush collection will continue through the spring and summer before ending later in the fall.Here’s some key points I’d like for us to keep in mind at this juncture in the planning process:The public input process has not yet begun.
The new administration is using the Defence Production Act to get companies to boost production of vaccine and protective equipment.The GuardianAustralia’s state by state Covid restrictions and coronavirus lockdown rules explainedAustralia’s state by state Covid restrictions and coronavirus lockdown rules explainedVictoria has reimposed some restrictions and the majority of WA is in lockdown, so what exactly is and isn’t allowed? Do I have to wear a mask and where can and can’t I go in Australia? Untangle Australia’s Covid 19 laws and guidelines with our guideFollow the latest Australia news live blogWA hotspots; NSW hotspots listDownload the free Guardian app Get the latest Covid 19 guidelines explained, and your questions about Australia’s coronavirus lockdown rules and restrictions answered. Photograph: Chris Putnam/REX/ShutterstockPlans for harsher Scottish quarantine system in chaos after SNP fail to book extra hotel roomsPlans for Scotland to impose its own supervised quarantine regime are in chaos after it emerged that no extra hotel rooms have been secured to accommodate travellers caught by a stricter system. Jeane Freeman, the SNP health secretary, could not say whether a single room had been secured by the Scottish Government on Sunday, despite insisting that a blanket requirement on all international arrivals to isolate under state supervision will be brought in early next week.