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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
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Church Booted From Baptist Association After Pastor Supports Pro-LGBT Legislation
Bible_With_LGBT_Flag (Shutterstock/ MyImages - Micha) Church Booted From Baptist Association After Pastor Supports Pro-LGBT Legislation. A West Virginia Baptist association expelled one of its churches after the pastor declared that the church should accept homosexuality as not sinful.

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Brit who died competing in Marbella triathlon event was pulled from the water after suffering cardiac arrest
A British woman who died competing in a gruelling triathlon event in Marbella was pulled out of the water after going into cardiac arrest at the start of the race. Sharon Lang, 39, from Plymouth, Devon, was taking part in the Ironman challenge on Sunday.

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White House may host summit series on race relations
The White House may host a series of summits on race relations that would feature prominent black athletes and artists meeting face-to-face with President Trump, a new report said Wednesday. Cleveland pastor Darrell Scott, one of the president’s most prominent black allies and advisers, told....

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The 39-year-old died while competing in the Ironman triathlon
A run in memory of a Plymouth triathlete who is to be held this weekend. died while competing at an event in Spain Sharon Lang, 39, was pulled out of the water at the start of the gruelling race in Marbella on Sunday after going into cardiac arrest. She died at the nearby Costa del Sol hospital on Monday.

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Mom of woman who gouged out own eyes praises pastor for saving her life; 911 calls released
ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) - The mother of an Upstate woman who blinded herself while on drugs is thanking a pastor who stepped in to help when some were too afraid. On Feb. 6, deputies were dispatched to a report of a woman who pulled out her own eyes near South Main Street Chapel and Mercy Center.

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Mom of woman who gouged out own eyes praises pastor for saving her life; 911 calls released
ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) - The mother of an Upstate woman who blinded herself while on drugs is thanking a pastor who stepped in to help when some were too afraid. On Feb. 6, deputies were dispatched to a report of a woman who pulled out her own eyes near South Main Street Chapel and Mercy Center.

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Anti-Gay Pastor Scott Lively Has Qualified For Mass. Governor Race
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has an opponent for the Republican primary: world-renowned homophobe Scott Lively. Scott Lively, a Springfield, Massachusetts conservative pastor who runs Abiding Truth Ministries, received 28% of the vote of nearly 2,400 delegates at the GOP state convention....

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Central African Republic: UN urges calm in wake of violence in capital Bangui
The United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic (CAR) has appealed for calm following fresh violence in the capital Bangui which claimed the lives of several civilians, including a religious leader. “MINUSCA [the Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the CAR]....

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Pastor held for ‘defiling’ nine-year-old girl
A-54-year- pastor, Udoh Okon has been arrested by the Lagos State Police Command for allegedly raping a nine-year-old girl (names withheld). Okon, the Pastor of Christ Abiding Church, Bankole Street, Famous Bus Stop, Shomolu, was arrested by the gender section of the command yesterday following a....

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Penn Hills poised to reject church’s zoning request to preserve taxable land
Updated 45 minutes ago. A Monroeville-based church that wants to move into Penn Hills suffered a setback recently when the municipality's planning commission rejected the church's request to rezone a vacant, former grocery store on Frankstown Road. The Rev.

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Franklin Graham talks about his last days with Billy Graham and what he misses most
Franklin Graham was among the speakers March 2 at the Charlotte funeral of his father, Billy Graham. The younger Graham has just published a new book, "Through My Father's Eyes," which he wrote with Donna Lee Toney. (Jeff Siner | The Charlotte Observer) CHARLOTTE, NC (Tim Funk/The Charlotte....

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Giant Flowers Are Taking Over Avenue of the Americas
9 PHOTOS 1 minute ago Jillian Pastor Giant flowers have popped up along Sixth Avenue, and just in time for spring. "Grown Up Flowers" is a multi-site installation that visualizes flowers many times more than their normal size. From May until July, passersby can view inflatable flowers that are 27 to 30 feet high.

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Two ex-Rwanda mayors look to overturn genocide rulings in France
Octavien Ngenzi, 60, and Tito Barahira, who will be 67 in June, were convicted in 2016 for crimes against humanity and genocide over the “massive and systematic summary executions” of minority Tutsis by ethnic Hutus in Kabarondo in 1994. Their case is one of about two dozen still underway in France,....

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Two ex-Rwanda mayors look to overturn ge...
French judges on Wednesday began hearing an appeal by two former mayors of a village in eastern Rwanda sentenced to life terms for their part in the country's genocide. Octavien Ngenzi, 60, and Tito Barahira, who will be 67 in June, were convicted in 2016 for crimes against humanity and genocide....

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Seven members of Hamilton Co. Partnership Network Advisory Board announced
The seven people who will be a part of the Hamilton County Partnership Network Advisory were announced Wednesday. The announcement was made by Tennessee Education Commissioner Candice McQueen and Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Dr. Bryan Johnson. READ MORE | Hamilton Co.

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Central African Republic: UN urges calm in wake of violence in capital Bangui
The United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic (CAR) has appealed for calm following fresh violence in the capital Bangui which claimed the lives of several civilians, including a religious leader. “MINUSCA [the Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the CAR]....

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Two ex-Rwanda mayors look to overturn genocide rulings in France
French judges on Wednesday began hearing an appeal by two former mayors of a village in eastern Rwanda sentenced to life terms for their part in the country's genocide. Octavien Ngenzi, 60, and Tito Barahira, who will be 67 in June, were convicted in 2016 for crimes against humanity and genocide....

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Chaguanas neighbourhood watch groups to help fight crime
The Borough of Chaguanas is set to tackle head on the issues that seek to diminish its economic and social progress. And according to Mayor Gopual Boodhan, it’s time to chart new business and a new way forward. Boodhan made the statement while addressing several stakeholders at an Inter Agency....

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Pompeo's meeting with Turkish FM fails to calm tensions
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu met with Mike Pompeo, his US counterpart, in Brussels last week on the sidelines of a NATO ministerial gathering in the hope of opening a new and more positive chapter in Turkish-US ties. There was little to suggest, however, that Cavusoglu’s first contact....

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Rev. James O'Connor Obituary
Rev. James T. O'Connor, pastor emeritus of St. Hugh Parish in Lyons, passed away on April 27. He would have turned 90 years old on June 10. O'Connor was born in 1928 in Chicago. He attended St. Francis Xavier School in La Grange, and Quigley Preparatory Seminary in Chicago. He earned a master's degree at the University of St.

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Colyer signs order to 'ban the box' on criminal history for state jobs
Sherman Smith sherman_news. Gov. Jeff Colyer on Wednesday signed an executive order banning state agencies from asking job-seekers about their criminal history during the initial phase of the hiring process. Commonly referred to as a "ban the box" initiative, because it eliminates the question from....

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Anti-gay pastor Scott Lively on the ballot for governor
Pastor Scott Lively at the Republican Party convention on April 30. (Photo courtesy of WBUR) Lively has actively promoted anti-LGBT laws in Uganda and Russia and hopes to bring them to the United States as well. In a lawsuit filed by Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) for Lively’s activities in Uganda, the U.

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Clergy Arrested for Allegedly Defiling 9-year- old Girl
Chiemelie Ezeobi. Detectives attached to the Gender Section of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested the pastor of a new generation church, Mr. Udoh Okon, for allegedly defiling a nine-year-old girl (name withheld). His arrest was sequel to a case of defilement which was reported wednesday at....

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US detainees in N. Korea may have been relocated: sources
Seoul (AFP) - Three Americans detained in North Korea may have been moved ahead of a possible release to coincide with a summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump, sources told AFP on Wednesday. The United States has been demanding the North free Kim Hak-song, Kim....

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Two ex-Rwanda mayors look to overturn genocide rulings in France
French judges on Wednesday began hearing an appeal by two former mayors of a village in eastern Rwanda sentenced to life terms for their part in the country's genocide. Octavien Ngenzi, 60, and Tito Barahira, who will be 67 in June, were convicted in 2016 for crimes against humanity and genocide....

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Cappies reviews: Footloose
By Kaden Fraser. Millwoods Christian School. Strathcona High School’s performance of Footloose was a breath-taking theatrical marvel. The cast and crew together delivered a performance at a level seldom seen in high school theatre. More than just a musical, the production was a visualization of what....

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