Paul Cain
Paul Cain
Paul Cain is a Pentecostal Christian minister involved with both neo-charismatic churches and the Charismatic Movement. As a young man he was one of the Voice of Healing revivalists of the 50s. Cain currently resides in California and ministers monthly at a local church in Santa Maria-California.
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Paul Caine Bolts Time Inc. (Lucia Moses/Adweek)
Mediagazer - almost 4 years
Lucia Moses / Adweek: Paul Caine Bolts Time Inc.  —  Has the brain drain from Time Inc. begun?  Paul Caine, Time Inc.'s chief revenue officer, is leaving Time Inc. to become CEO of audio content syndicator Dial Global as the publisher prepares to spin off from parent Time Warner and face its future as a publicly traded company.
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HEATER OF THE DAY: Bravo Ft. Troy Ave and Paul Cain “Pure Cocaine”
All Hip Hop - almost 5 years
Filed under: MUSIC Tagged: Bravo, HEATER OF THE DAY, Paul Cain., Troy Ave
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Romney to party with the tea partiers - Daily Caller
Google News - over 5 years
We have Bachmann, Romney, Gary Johnson…where is Paul, Cain, Perry, Gingrich etc?” And in another sign that Romney is reaching out to tea party activists, his campaign said Tuesday that he will now appear at a candidate forum hosted by South Carolina
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Poll: GOP likes Perry; Mitt fades - UPI.com
Google News - over 5 years
... favorable impressions of Cain and Perry among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents, but less enthusiasm for Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul. Cain leads in positive image at 27 percent, slightly ahead of Perry at 25 percent
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Share this post× - Gizmodo
Google News - over 5 years
Perry, Romney, Santorum, Bachmann, Gingrich, Paul, Cain—almost all denounce climate change, the existence of the EPA, and the veracity of evolution. Perry's described climate change as a fraud perpetrated by "a substantial number of scientists who
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Herman Cain edges out Ron Paul in Georgia GOP straw poll - Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Another tie for outsider anti-establishment ron Paul. Cain's home turf? Paul ties him. Bachmann's home turf? Paul ties her. Paul unelectable? Don't you believe it! I was also at the straw poll and it amazing that Cain only won by 3 votes considering he
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DeMint announces invitees to forum - msnbc.com
Google News - over 5 years
Bachmann, Paul, Cain and Gingrich are all in single digits, with Cain and Gingrich right at five percent. Invitees have until Wednesday, August 24 th at 5 pm to confirm their attendance at the forum, according to the statement, posted on the Palmetto
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Paul, Cain Pleased; Pawlenty Quits - KWTX
Google News - over 5 years
ST. PAUL, Minn. (August 14, 2011)—Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty dropped out of the race for the GOP presidential nomination Sunday, a day after finishing a disappointing third in the Iowa straw poll. The former Minnesota governor told ABC's "This
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Hockey Night In Ames - Jamestown Post Journal (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Paul, Cain, Huntsman and Gingrich each have a turn. Pawlenty gets a long question about economic growth. Says Obama doesn't have plan for Medicare and Social Security and if you find it “I'll come and cook you dinner — or mow your lawn
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Who's Competing Hard, and Who's Not, in Ames - National Review Online
Google News - over 5 years
Notice that for all extents and purposes, the only candidates who are really competing in Ames are Bachmann, Pawlenty, Paul, Cain, McCotter and Santorum. If any of them finish behind the non-competitors – Romney, Huntsman, Gingirch, and let's throw in
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WaPost: Pawlenty battles perceptions that Iowa's enthusiasm for him has sagged - MinnPost.com
Google News - over 5 years
And although some of Pawlenty's backers think he can still win here, others do not rule out the possibility that he could sink to third or fourth place, behind Paul, Cain or Santorum. His decline in Iowa has less to do with any policy stance than
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Iowa Republicans Place Romney, Bachmann on Straw Poll Ballot - MyFox Phoenix
Google News - over 5 years
Bachmann closely followed with 15 percent. Perry, who was a write-in candidate on the Ohio poll as well, came in fourth with 14 percent. Huntsman finished last -- below Paul, Cain, Santorum and Gingrich -- with two percent of the vote
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2012: Roemer's in, Wiles is out - msnbc.com
Google News - over 5 years
Add up the Bachmann, Perry, Paul, Cain, and Rick Santorum voters, the more conservative of the two brackets, and it's 44 percent. Gingrich always goes his own way, so it's hard to assign him and his 8 percent to either bracket
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Too Close to Call - National Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Add up the Bachmann, Perry, Paul, Cain, and Rick Santorum voters, the more conservative of the two brackets, and it's 44 percent. Gingrich always goes his own way, so it's hard to assign him and his 8 percent to either bracket
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Looking at trends in presidential campaign money - USA Today
Google News - over 5 years
The Center, meanwhile, found that small donations of $200 or less make up 45% to 55% of the campaign accounts of Paul, Cain and Gingrich. Small donations make up nearly two-thirds of the $1.6 million collected by Bachmann from April through June,
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July 16, 2011: Golf on this day…. - Montreal Gazette (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
1989 – John Paul Cain wins Senior PGA Tour Greater Grand Rapids Open; first-place prize money – $45000. 1995 – Annika Sorenstam wins LPGA Tour major US Women's Open; first-place prize money – $175000. 1995 – Ted Tryba wins PGA Tour Anheuser-Busch
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Shaft Angle Rotary Sensor offers alternative to encoders. - ThomasNet Industrial News Room (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
"The PST-360 provides a breakthrough in terms of simplicity, size, cost and robustness, especially when compared to existing absolute angle sensors and encoders," explains Paul Cain, Piher International's General Manager for North America
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Third Iowa poll shows Bachmann in the lead - Yahoo! News Blogs (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
But have yet to see an about Ron Paul, Cain, and ect. May I ask Why? my guess is that yahoo is biased... CJL 9 hours ago well well..with those results, I know I can Iowans paper bags with air for $1000 each..Let's get rich America!
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Pawlenty, Romney reject controversial marriage pledge as candidates take sides - Yahoo! News Blogs (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Ron Paul, Cain and Romney need to debate. The bottom line so far should be Paul and Romney as the GOP blew it terribly the last time. If they don't put these two together, they are stupid as they both will wipe the street up with Obama
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Paul Cain
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2007
    Age 78
    In April 2007, he re-emerged into the public eye and resumed speaking at meetings throughout the U.S and abroad, though his rehabilitation was questioned by the three ministers (Rick Joyner, Jack Deere, and Mike Bickle) who had long-held, close ministerial relationships with Cain and had publicly disciplined him three years earlier, stating that they lacked confidence in his rehabilitation and do not consider him restored.
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  • 2005
    Age 76
    This began in 2005; by September 2007 Andrade was able to claim: "After careful evaluation and in consideration pertaining to his continual progress in all areas of spiritual and personal life; the administrating staff and Board of Life Recovery Centers of America with the Board of RTV International Ministries and the restoration team, unanimously affirm that there is no further need to continue the restoration process; And furthermore, release Paul W. Cain from restrictive oversight and restricted ministry.
    More Details Hide Details Paul William Cain is hereby free to pursue ministry and released to make personal decisions." Some of those providing collaboration during the restoration and emergence process include, Steve Dittmar, John Sanford, Cal Pierce, Rick Taylor, Kari Browning, Jerry Bowers, David and Donna Diaz, Randy Demain, David Andrade & Olivia Cook TP.
    In 2005, Cain stepped down from ministry.
    More Details Hide Details In "A Letter of Confession" posted on his website and excerpted in Charisma Magazine, Cain admitted, "I have struggled in two particular areas, homosexuality and alcoholism, for an extended period of time," both considered serious sin by Christian Scripture as interpreted by many Christian communions and denominations.
  • FIFTIES
  • 1987
    Age 58
    Beginning in 1987 he was associated with the Kansas City Prophets, and shortly afterwards with the ministry of John Wimber
    More Details Hide Details By the time Cain resurfaced the landscape had dramatically changed. Most of the other healing revivalists had disappeared from the scene. Some older ministers such as William Branham (who Paul Cain referred to as the "greatest prophet who ever lived in this century") and A. A. Allen had died or had moved into retirement like Oral Roberts. He began to travel around the world, proclaiming the gospel and calling the church back to purity and holiness. He ministered to many national and international leaders (During the Clinton administration Paul Cain went to Iraq to meet with Saddam Hussein) - both political leaders (including presidents and senators) and spiritual leaders including key church and denominational leaders.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1929
    Age 0
    Paul Cain was born in 1929 in Garland, Texas.
    More Details Hide Details His mother Anna had been seriously ill with cancer, tuberculosis, and other difficulties, and was not expected to live. Her case was so severe that she was the subject of special medical attention. To the astonishment of doctors both Cain and his mother survived the birth; his mother was subsequently healed. Cain attributes this to an angelic visitation his mother had at that time, and to the fervent prayers of his family. It was during this visitation that Cain was given the name "Paul" and his mother became sure of his calling to preach. Paul Cain began to minister publicly around age 18, making him the youngest of the ministers in a religious movement that is now known as the Voice of Healing Revival of the late 1940s and early 1950s. Cain's ministry at this time used a very large tent, like most other ministers' of the time (such as Billy Graham, Oral Roberts and Jack Coe). His meetings were often punctuated by calling out several people from the audience and giving very detailed information about their lives. Chuck Smith founder of Calvary Chapel was Cain's campaign manager and was influenced by his unique prophetic and healing ministry. Cain's abilities took him around the world and brought him a measure of notoriety and financial success. Cain, however, eventually became disgusted with what he saw as the corruption of a once-pure movement into a circus of hype and greed.
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