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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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Facts, not fear

Retired Anglican Archbishop Drexel Gomez thinks it is unfair that “incorrect perceptions” are being given, which are stirring fear among the electorate ahead of the June 7 constitutional referendum without any facts to support the ‘vote no’ position some have taken. “It is a legal issue. It’s not a religious issue,” Gomez told National Review.

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China Says Party ‘Severely Damaged’ As Members Turn To Religion

Tourists view Buddhist sculptures at Longmen Grottoes on April 10, 2016, in the outskirts of Luoyang of Henan Province, China. Photo: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images. SHANGHAI — China’s leaders have stepped up a campaign to “localize” the country’s officially sanctioned religions and help prevent....

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Diversity policy needs update, says Manitoba LGBTQ advocate Evan Wiens

Evan Wiens received the TD Scholarship for Community Leadership in 2014, an award worth up to $70,000. (Courtesy of TD Canada Trust) The young man behind the first gay-straight alliance in Steinbach, Man. is speaking out against the Hanover School Division's diversity policies.

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Nation-Now Why pastor husband opted to forgive Amanda Blackburn's killers

INDIANAPOLIS — When Davey Blackburn came home to find his wife lying on the floor , gravely injured, his first thought was that something went horrifically wrong with her pregnancy. “When I found her still breathing, I thought, ‘This is bad, but if we can get her to the hospital, she is going to be....

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Nation-Now Why pastor husband opted to forgive Amanda Blackburn's killers

INDIANAPOLIS — When Davey Blackburn came home to find his wife lying on the floor , gravely injured, his first thought was that something went horrifically wrong with her pregnancy. “When I found her still breathing, I thought, ‘This is bad, but if we can get her to the hospital, she is going to be....

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Moss hits at Ellis’ statement; launches ‘Think, Bahamas’

Pastor Cedric Moss of Kingdom Life Church said yesterday that Bishop Neil Ellis’ suggestion that it is “unacceptable and un-Christ-like” for anyone to deny Bahamians’ rights by voting “no” on the June 7 referendum “betrays his lack of understanding of both our nation’s constitution and the way of Christ”.

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Bishop of Dunwich joins town pastors on Saturday night in Ipswich

Rt Reverend Mike Harrison, Bishop of Dunwich, joined the Christian volunteers in Ipswich until 2.30am, who regularly help those who are worse for wear from alcohol. Mr Harrison, who is Suffolk’s second most senior member of the Church of England, chatted to clubbers, picked up broken glass that....

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Two Queens: Beyonce and Serena Willams In New Collabo

The rate at which some young married ladies sleep around these days, one is forced to wonder if their own mother took time to tell them ... Because some politicians have started denying, President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered Nigerian Embassy in the United Arab Emirates (UAE)...

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Getting Everyone to Account

Several newspapers and numerous online sites quoted Vice President Yemi Osinbajo as having said on Friday that present and former public officers in this country would be made to account for their wealth. My first question to the Vice President is, how about current and former public servants who....

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Nigeria: Through My Eyes - Sunday Mornings in Nigeria

analysis. For a child growing up in Lagos, Sundays began on Saturdays. We would iron our clothes, shine our shoes and cook for hours - all in preparation for that memorable work-free day, packed with the religious obligations we all willingly observed.

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Shooting in Philadelphia Church During Services Kills 1, 1 Other is 'Cooperating'

NORTH WALES, Pa. (AP) — Authorities say a dispute between two members of a suburban Philadelphia church during a Sunday worship service ended with one person shooting and killing the other. Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele said the disagreement escalated from an 11 a.m. "disturbance" at Keystone Fellowship Church in North Wales.

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Argument leads to deadly shooting at Pennsylvania church

NORTH WALES, Pa. – Authorities say a dispute between two members of a suburban Philadelphia church during a Sunday worship service ended with one person shooting and killing the other. Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele said the disagreement escalated from an 11 a.m. "disturbance" at Keystone Fellowship Church in North Wales.

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Diversity policy needs update, says LGBTQ advocate who fought for gay-straight alliance in Steinbach

New Diversity policy needs update, says LGBTQ advocate who fought for gay-straight alliance in Steinbach Evan Wiens received the TD Scholarship for Community Leadership in 2014, an award worth up to $70,000. (Courtesy of TD Canada Trust) The young man behind the first gay-straight alliance in Steinbach, Man.

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Pastor in divorce saga

Maun pastor blamed for wrecking bishop Wutawunashe’s marriage. Another popular pastor is headed for divorce woes and a Motswana pastor from Maun has been identified as the woman behind the collapse of the marriage. A well-known elderly Zimbabwean prophet and founder of Family of God Church, Andrew Mutawunashe’s marriage is on the rocks.

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Nigeria: Anenih Meets PDP Aspirants to Fix Problems

Ahead the 2016 governorship election, the former Chairman Board of Trustees of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Tony Anenih has met with governorship aspirants on the platform of the party and other leaders with a view to fixing the issues in the party.

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Ohio shootings: Emergency calls reveal horror of 8 family members shot dead as killer feared on the run

Heartbreaking 911 calls reveal the full horror after eight members of the same family were shot dead in a small town. The victims, all previously identified as members of the Rhoden family, were found shot in the head in four separate homes on Friday in a rural town in Ohio, US.

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Anenih meets PDP aspirants to fix problems

By Simon Ebegbulem. AHEAD the 2016 governorship election, the former Chairman Board of Trustees of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Tony Anenih has met with governorship aspirants on the platform of the party and other leaders with a view to fixing the issues in the party.

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Poor drainage to blame as houses, churches submerged in Mombasa floods

Houses were submerged and roads flooded after heavy rains pounded Mombasa on Saturday night and for the better part of Sunday morning. Streets and buildings in Bamburi, Mtopanga and Utange areas were the most affected by the heavy deluge. Sunday church services could not be conducted in some....

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Pastor helps adoptees find biological parents through D...

Pastor Kim Do-hyun is helping adoptees find their biological parents through DNA testing. He said that the tests will change the way adoptees search for their origins, which has so far relied on poorly kept documents from adoption agencies. "We call the DNA test the game changer because we expect....

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On campaign trail, Clinton finds comfort zone at churches

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Sunday mornings at Baptist churches fall right into Hillary Clinton's comfort zone. "This is the day the Lord has made," Clinton said recently at Grace Baptist Church in Mount Vernon, New York, as sunshine streamed through the stained-glass windows and hit the packed pews.

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On campaign trail, Clinton finds comfort zone at churches

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Sunday mornings at Baptist churches fall right into Hillary Clinton’s comfort zone. “This is the day the Lord has made,” Clinton said recently at Grace Baptist Church in Mount Vernon, New York, as sunshine streamed through the stained-glass windows and hit the packed pews.

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On campaign trail, Clinton finds comfort zone at churches

By CATHERINE LUCEY Associated Press. PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Sunday mornings at Baptist churches fall right into Hillary Clinton's comfort zone. "This is the day the Lord has made," Clinton said recently at Grace Baptist Church in Mount Vernon, New York, as sunshine streamed through the stained-glass windows and hit the packed pews.

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On campaign trail, Clinton finds comfort zone at churches

Sunday mornings at Baptist churches fall right into Hillary Clinton's comfort zone. "This is the day the Lord has made," Clinton said recently at Grace Baptist Church in Mount Vernon, New York, as sunshine streamed through the stained-glass windows and hit the packed pews.

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On campaign trail, Clinton finds comfort zone at churches

By CATHERINE LUCEY, Associated Press. PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Sunday mornings at Baptist churches fall right into Hillary Clinton's comfort zone. "This is the day the Lord has made," Clinton said recently at Grace Baptist Church in Mount Vernon, New York, as sunshine streamed through the stained-glass windows and hit the packed pews.

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On campaign trail, Clinton finds comfort zone at churches

By CATHERINE LUCEY Associated Press. PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Sunday mornings at Baptist churches fall right into Hillary Clinton's comfort zone. "This is the day the Lord has made," Clinton said recently at Grace Baptist Church in Mount Vernon, New York, as sunshine streamed through the stained-glass windows and hit the packed pews.

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On campaign trail, Clinton finds comfort zone at churches

Carolyn Kaster On campaign trail, Clinton finds comfort zone at churches. FILE - In this March 13, 2016, file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sings during service at Mount Zion Fellowship Church in Highland Hills, Ohio. Black Baptist churches may not seem like an obvious....

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