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The New York Times, The Beacon-News, Chicago Tribune, The Voice, and other media covering Waysides's new resident.

Update: The NY Times joins the coverage Wayside Cross Ministries’ ministry and Thomas Kokoraleis

AURORA, Ill., April 20, 2019 – Now the national media is covering the situation of the residence of prison-released murder Thomas Kokoraleis at Aurora’s Christian ministry… Wayside Cross Ministries. The New York Times has stepped to the plate… joining the The Beacon-News, Chicago Tribune, The Voice, and other Chicago media… television and radio.

Here is the link to The New York Times article titled “What Happens When a Convicted Killer Moves to Town?https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/20/us/ripper-crew-aurora-illinois.html

Here are several links to newspaper articles from The Beacon-News and columnist Denise Crosby

Here is a link to opinion writer Deena Sherman in The Voice, an Aurora-based newspaper that services three counties and part of a fourth county… https://thevoice.us/most-difficult-calling-grace-for-everyone-even-unworthy/

This article has been updated since original.


Other Aurora faith articles at… https://xpian.news/category/aurora/

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John Ross on Saturday, April 23, 2016 launched XPian News, a part of  Daybreak Communications, Inc. Ross is the facilitator of Aurora Christian Ministry Network (ACMN) and a member of the Fox Valley Christian Ministerial Alliance (FVCMA). He serves on the boards of Wayside Cross Ministries and the Kiwanis Club of Aurora. As a follower of Jesus, he has been for some 40 years a member of First Presbyterian Church - Aurora. He has an M.A. - Christian Leadership from Wheaton College Graduate School and undergraduate at Trinity International University.  editor@xpian.news






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