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EGR European Gospel Radio

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Welcome to 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
EGR is owned and operated by NEXUS-IBA, a non profit association of broadcasters and program producers
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Girl recovering from shark bite at Galveston beach
GALVESTON, Texas Click2Houston.com Staff - A young girl was injured Tuesday after being bitten on the leg by a shark at Pirates Beach, Galveston officials said. Her father, Matthew Melton, and his two children were returning to shore from swimming about 5:30 p.m. when she was bitten.

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Hamilton County shoots down 'tiny home' request in Ooltewah
In this 2015 file photo, attendees examine the Little Digs tiny home and Ready Family display during the Tri-State Home Show at the Chattanooga Convention Center. Photo by /Times Free Press. Dan Henry The Hamilton County Commission has denied a zoning request to build a community of "tiny homes" in....

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Playing God
He's played Nathan Detroit in Guys and Doll, Pastor Manders in Ghosts and the Commendatore in Don Giovanni. Now York actor Ian Small has landed the ultimate role in York's Mystery Plays. THERE'S an old Persian proverb that says a carpet must be perfectly imperfect, and precisely imprecise, because....

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Zoning Board approves conditional use permit application from Marianas Christian Church
THE Zoning Board on Thursday last week granted the Marianas Christian Church’s conditional use permit to operate a church in Susupe. Zoning Administrator Therese Ogumoro said the applicant, Pablo D.L.C. Medina, also applied for a variance to reduce the parking spaces from 36 to 20.

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Outcry as Hackensack explores privatizing garbage pickup
—€” City officials insisted their meeting Tuesday night was just about gathering information about a plan to privatize solid waste removal in Hackensack. They ended up getting an earful. Residents packed City Hall in opposition to the plan, which officials hope will help the city save on the nearly....

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Armenian bishop: Church and faithful materially and spiritually preparing for the pope's visit
Yerevan (AsiaNews) The Armenian Church, the Christian community, and the faithful share "the same feeling of excitement", spiritually and materially preparing for the ’s visit Pope Francis on 24-26 June, said Mgr Raphael François Minassian, Armenian Catholic Bishop of Yerevan, Ordinary for Eastern Europe’s Armenian Catholics.

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Grief Tips For Those Who Lost Loved Ones In Orlando
However, there are grief tips that can help you start to process all those mixed emotions, heal the heartbreak of the loss, and provide a way to look forward with a positive outlook: Cry and let your emotions out. While many cultures have been taught to internalize feelings, this can lead to problems with coping and extend the grief.

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Robert Liu
Columbus. Robert Jialuo Liu (刘嘉洛), 20, of Wyndham Place South, Columbus, passed away Monday, June 6, 2016, in New York City, New York. Robert was born September 18, 1995, in Kunming, China, the son of Benlin and Laura Luo Liu. Robert was a very gifted, talented and social person who enjoyed spending time with and making new friends.

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Terrorists should not be allowed to purchase or possess firearms: NRA
Their statement comes following a meeting with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. "Anyone on a terror watchlist who tries to buy a gun should be thoroughly investigated by the FBI and the sale delayed while the investigation is ongoing. "If an investigation uncovers evidence of terrorist....

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Outraged Tewkesbury residents say the council is 'dragging its...
Homeowners in Tewkesbury have accused the borough council of "dragging their feet" over the unused Cold Pool Lane sports field. But the council say they are waiting to hear from "interested parties who would like to manage the sports facilities and public open space on behalf of the community".

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I'm Done Accommodating Religious Hatred Toward Queer Lives
Over the last 48 hours I've come to know that I am fully and finally done accommodating religious hatred towards queer lives -- whether from foaming mouthed extremists from any religious tradition, or polite, "respectable" religious denominations with which I most closely identify. I'm done. It's over.

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Hijab: Osun Christians Want Mission Schools Returned
As controversy and crisis continue to trail the Osun State High Court ruling that allows the use of hijab in public schools in the State rage, the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in the state on Wednesday asked for mission schools returned to their original owners.

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South Fayette church cleans cars, hopes to cleanse souls
Updated 2 hours ago Doug Krantz admits cleaning windows isn't his strong suit. Dispensation from that particular task was his only request before deciding to help at Zion Lutheran Church's semi-annual car wash June 4. “They all respected me when I said I don't do windows because I just streak them up.

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News 2 mins ago 11:55 a.m. Community filled with grief prays for Orlando
Several local religious leaders spoke at the service, which drew in old and new community members who were overcome with grief from what took place in Orlando over the weekend. Denise Foster was very emotional after the service. Standing in the church parking lot 139 miles away from the Orlando....

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Leicestershire couple's fight to have baby in UK over Zika virus fears
A father-to-be and his pregnant Brazilian fiancee are fighting to stop her being sent back to the South American country to have their baby. The couple say they are terrified of the threat the Zika virus poses to the unborn tot. Daisy Santiago, 22, came to Britain in November on a five-month visitor....

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Roger Jimenez, who praised Orlando attack: 'In America, you're no longer allowed to have an opinion'
, the baptist pastor who praised Sunday’s mass shooting in Orlando , doubled down on his comments Tuesday amid a firestorm ignited by his recent anti-gay remarks. Despite being disavowed by local leaders for delivering a scathing sermon in the wake of Sunday’s terror attack at a gay nightclub, the pastor of Verity KCRA News.

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New York’s Own Anti-Gay Massacre, Now Barely Remembered
“For all of us who were worried that the conservative backlash in this country would bring about unnamed terrible things, the future is now.” The words appeared on the front page of a gay newspaper, heralding an article about bar patrons being gunned down where they stood.

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Road ministry plans Rs. 50,000 crore loan from LIC
Central govt approves highway projects in 2 Indian states. Pictured: Two men ride on bike on a deserted highway 40 km north of Srinagar, May. 13, 2009. Reuters. The road transport and highways ministry is reportedly planning to seek a loan of over Rs 50,000 crore from Life Insurance Corporation of....

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Large crowd turns out for Relay for Life
A large crowd was on hand to enjoy the event and celebrate with cancer survivors as everyone took part in the events of the evening, enjoyed the concessions, food and fun around the track. Prayer was given by Pastor Rich Lehmkuhl of the Eternal Hope Worship Center to start the opening ceremonies,....

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News Minute: Here is the latest North Carolina news from The Associated Press at 10:40 a.m. EDT
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - A challenger says he is seeking a recount in his congressional primary race against U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger of North Carolina. Mark Harris, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Charlotte, said in an email that he's giving elections officials a letter Wednesday formally asking for a recount.

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Pastor doubles down on hate-filled sermon on Orlando shootings
. SACRAMENTO — “There’s no tragedy. I wish the government would round them all up, put them up against a wall, put a firing squad in front of them and blow their brains out.” That was one Sacramento pastor’s in an Orlando nightclub. response to the massacre The “them” Pastor Roger Jimenez is referring to is gay men.

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Vigil held in Solvang for Orlando shooting victims
People gathered in Solvang Tuesday night to remember the victims of the mass murder in Orlando last weekend. The event started around 7:30 p.m. at Solvang Park. It was put on by Bethania Lutheran Church and St. Mark's in-the-Valley Episcopal Church. Pastor Chris Brown said, "All of life is precious....

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'Once again': Obama’s statements on gun violence in U.S.
Early on Sunday, 49 people were killed and 53 were injured in Orlando, Fla., after gunman Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old American-born Muslim, opened fire at a crowded LGBT nightclub. Later that day, President Barack Obama gave a speech on gun violence, something that has become all too familiar. Obama’s inauguration – Jan.

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Challenger says US Rep. Pittenger's race headed for recount
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - A challenger is seeking a recount in his congressional primary race against U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger of North Carolina. Charlotte First Baptist Church pastor Mark Harris said in an email that he's writing a letter formally asking for a recount.

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University chapel desecrated with pro-abortion graffiti
The chapel’s priest, Miguel Fernando García López, discovered the graffiti on Wednesday morning and called the police, who have launched an investigation into the incident. The pews, religious statues, confessional, walls and tabernacle were "covered with red splotches", according to Spanish daily El Mundo.

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Photo of kind act in grocery store parking lot warms hearts
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) - A photo snapped in front of the Ingles at the Cherrydale shopping center is warming hearts across the area. Bo Graf posted the photo on Monday to the Ingles Markets Facebook pag e. The image shows a young worker helping an elderly shopper get back to her vehicle.

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