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Welcome to the European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet

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Upstate pastor leads prayer vigil for victims of deadly school shooting in FL

TRAVELERS REST, SC (FOX Carolina) - Residents in the Upstate are coming together to remember the victims of Wednesday's deadly school shooting in Florida. Pastor Randy Smith of Hilltop Baptist Church is leading a prayer vigil on Sunday in downtown Travelers Rest. The prayer vigil will take place at the gazebo on Main Street at 3:30 p.

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African Immigrants Find an Open Door at Bronx College

Advertisement Continue reading the main story This is not hype, but an acknowledgment of a community that has been growing in plain sight in neighborhoods like Morrisania and Highbridge. Some have escaped upheaval, like Paulin Dongomale, an engineering student who was forced to flee the Central African Republic.

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As Victims Are Mourned in Florida, a Search for Solace, and Action

PARKLAND, FL — On the Sunday after a local high school lost 17 of its own, a minister in Parkland implored his flock not to let the horrific shootings lead them away from their faith. “Our world is broken, but Jesus is not,” Pastor Eddie Bevill of the Parkridge Church told the congregation, in....

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DeLand police give shooting safety seminar at church Source: WFTV

DELAND, Fla. - DeLand police held a seminar to teach churchgoers how to stay safe during a shooting. Saturday’s seminar at the First United Methodist Church in DeLand focused on security concerns and how to assess the security of churches over time. The pastor said safety is a top priority in light of recent church shootings.

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Frey mourns 911 dispatcher killed going to work by wrong-way driver suspected of drinking

The head-on crash occurred about 8 p.m. Saturday and closed a section of Hwy. 252 for hours, according to the State Patrol. The person killed was Jenna L. Bixby, 30, from the small Anoka County town of Nowthen, the patrol said. The wrong-way driver, retired minister Richard J.

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We apply creative means to keep urchins out of street – Tony Rapu

… unveils ‘My Lagos Dairies’ series 2. In its second billing after a tremendous impact in the first edition, My Lagos Diaries is making a second come-back with another series as sequel to the former coming on local televisions in Nigeria. Filmed in a diary-like format, My Lagos Diaries chronicles a 12-year journey embarked upon by Dr.

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Mpls. 911 dispatcher heading to work is killed by wrong-way driver suspected of drinking

The head-on crash occurred about 8 p.m. Saturday and closed a section of Hwy. 252 for hours, according to the State Patrol. The person killed was Jenna L. Bixby, 30, from the small Anoka County town of Nowthen, the patrol said. The wrong-way driver, retired minister Richard J.

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Insurer seeking $10 million back from Ontario diocese that knew about predator priest

AXA and the diocese declined requests for interviews. The allegations have not been proven in court. The diocese insists the insurance policy covered employees who commit "assault and battery." It also wants AXA to cover "future claims which counsel for the Diocese asserts are inevitable," according....

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Mpls. mayor mourns 911 dispatcher killed on way to work by wrong-way driver suspected of drinking

The head-on crash occurred about 8 p.m. Saturday and closed a section of Hwy. 252 for hours, according to the State Patrol. The person killed was Jenna L. Bixby, 30, from the small Anoka County town of Nowthen, the patrol said. The wrong-way driver, retired minister Richard J.

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Idaho funeral homes are becoming more like event centers

Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead — by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one. Cremations, which are also on the rise, are less expensive, giving families flexibility in planning a memorial.

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Idaho funeral homes are becoming more like event centers

Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead — by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one. Cremations, which are also on the rise, are less expensive, giving families flexibility in planning a memorial.

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Idaho funeral homes are becoming more like event centers

Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead — by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one. Cremations, which are also on the rise, are less expensive, giving families flexibility in planning a memorial.

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Idaho funeral homes are becoming more like event centers

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) � Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead � by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one. Cremations, which are also on the rise, are less expensive, giving families flexibility in planning a memorial.

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Idaho funeral homes are becoming more like event centers

Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead — by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one. Cremations, which are also on the rise, are less expensive, giving families flexibility in planning a memorial.

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Idaho funeral homes are becoming more like event centers

Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead — by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one. Cremations, which are also on the rise, are less expensive, giving families flexibility in planning a memorial.

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Idaho funeral homes are becoming more like event centers

Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead — by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one. Cremations, which are also on the rise, are less expensive, giving families flexibility in planning a memorial.

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Idaho funeral homes are becoming more like event centers

Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead — by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one. Cremations, which are also on the rise, are less expensive, giving families flexibility in planning a memorial.

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Idaho funeral homes are becoming more like event centers

Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead — by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one. Cremations, which are also on the rise, are less expensive, giving families flexibility in planning a memorial.

Read Full Article
 

Idaho funeral homes are becoming more like event centers

Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead — by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one. Cremations, which are also on the rise, are less expensive, giving families flexibility in planning a memorial.

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Idaho funeral homes are becoming more like event centers

Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead — by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one. Cremations, which are also on the rise, are less expensive, giving families flexibility in planning a memorial.

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Idaho funeral homes are becoming more like event centers

Funeral homes are trying to shed their reputations as dark and somber places of the dead — by building party rooms where mourners can raise a glass, and their spirits, to celebrate the life of a loved one. Cremations, which are also on the rise, are less expensive, giving families flexibility in planning a memorial.

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Insurer wants back $10M it paid to settle sex abuse claims against priests at Ontario diocese

The diocese initiated the legal battle in 2008 after AXA refused to pay two sexual abuse settlement claims totalling about $900,000. The diocese is suing AXA for $2 million for breach of contract, according to its statement of claim. AXA pushed back hard, filing a counterclaim demanding the return....

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AP Top South Carolina Headlines at 11:56 a.m. EST

11-year-old South Carolina girl dies in hit-and-run wreck. Driver gets 25 years for hit-and-run that killed 2 workers. Prosecutor: Judge wrong to give lawmaker probation. Man charged with killing girlfriend missing for 3 months. Pastor and key supporter of Trump to run for US House. Copyright 2018 The Associated Press.

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Insurer seeking $10 million back from diocese that knew about predator priest

The diocese initiated the legal battle in 2008 after AXA refused to pay two sexual abuse settlement claims totalling about $900,000. The diocese is suing AXA for $2 million for breach of contract, according to its statement of claim. AXA pushed back hard, filing a counterclaim demanding the return....

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Catholics return to CAN after five years absence

By Luminous Jannamike ABUJA – The Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria, CSN, has returned to the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, after five years of walking out of the national Christian Umbrella body in the country over some irreconcilable differences with the leadership.

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Local Boston is seeking artists for a MLK memorial

BOSTON (AP) — Boston is seeking artists to design a memorial dedicated to Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King. The deadline for artists and architects to The city and the nonprofit organization MLK Boston will whittle the list down to about five artists, who will be asked to develop their proposal over the summer.

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