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November 21, 1987 | United Press International
The Kenyan government Friday banned five church organizations from operating in the country, a move that follows closely the deportation of North American missionaries. The existence of the organizations was dubbed "contrary to the interests of peace" in the government gazette, which announced they would not be registered to operate in Kenya effective Nov. 16. The churches include the Assn.
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May 23, 1990 | JOHN DART, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
An ecclesiastical flap erupted Tuesday between a California bishop and a visiting prelate from Kenya who was denied an opportunity to criticize homosexuality from the pulpit. The Rt. Rev. William Swing, Episcopal Church bishop for Northern California, chastised Anglican Bishop Alexander Muge of Kenya on Tuesday for issuing "judgmental" press releases after the African prelate was refused permission to speak against homosexual behavior at a Walnut Creek church.
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May 23, 1990 | JOHN DART, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
An ecclesiastical flap erupted Tuesday between a California bishop and a visiting prelate from Kenya who was denied an opportunity to criticize homosexuality from the pulpit. The Rt. Rev. William Swing, Episcopal Church bishop for Northern California, chastised Anglican Bishop Alexander Muge of Kenya on Tuesday for issuing "judgmental" press releases after the African prelate was refused permission to speak against homosexual behavior at a Walnut Creek church.
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November 21, 1987 | United Press International
The Kenyan government Friday banned five church organizations from operating in the country, a move that follows closely the deportation of North American missionaries. The existence of the organizations was dubbed "contrary to the interests of peace" in the government gazette, which announced they would not be registered to operate in Kenya effective Nov. 16. The churches include the Assn.
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February 2, 1987 | SCOTT KRAFT, Times Staff Writer
Bruce and Sue Kemp led the quiet life of Christian missionaries in a modest little prefab home, surrounded by miles and miles of raw, stubbled land in this remote niche of Africa. They had a shortwave radio for emergency calls and the local Samburu tribe for company. Sue gave lessons in arithmetic and grammar to her four youngsters at home.
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February 2, 1987 | SCOTT KRAFT, Times Staff Writer
Bruce and Sue Kemp led the quiet life of Christian missionaries in a modest little prefab home, surrounded by miles and miles of raw, stubbled land in this remote niche of Africa. They had a shortwave radio for emergency calls and the local Samburu tribe for company. Sue gave lessons in arithmetic and grammar to her four youngsters at home.
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