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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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Still Working to Make Dr. King’s Dream a Reality
In honor and remembrance of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., community members met and celebrated his life on Saturday, April 7, 2018, at the Santa Barbara Free Methodist Church. The program was titled “Still Working to Make Dr. King’s Dream a Reality.” The service opened with with a recording of Mahalia Jackson singing one of Dr.

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Los Alamitos, California, sued by residents for opting out of sanctuary law
In this Monday, March 19, 2018 image made from video provided by KABC-7, council members listen during a meeting in Los Alamitos, Calif. Leaders of the small California city of 12,000 people voted this week to exempt it from California’s ... By Amy Taxin - Associated Press - Updated: 5:34 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, 2018.

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Broncos hockey player Conner Lukan loved most animals, watched 'The Bachelor'
Humboldt Broncos left winger Conner Lukan is shown in this undated team photo. A funeral will be held this afternoon for a Humboldt Bronco forward who's being described as a great leader on the ice and even greater guy off the ice.THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO - Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. SLAVE LAKE, Alta.

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Grieving families help each other in tragedy
“Bella was a character,” she said. “Everybody knew Bella. I didn’t know until afterwards how many people that child touched.” On February 26, life in the Smith household was forever changed. “She wanted to get to cheer class early because her teacher said if she came early, ‘We’ll work on your backbend,’” Smith said.

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Inside Southwest Flight 1380, 20 Minutes of Chaos and Terror
On Tuesday morning, as the flight descended toward Philadelphia, some passengers scrambled to put on oxygen masks while others hurried to buy internet access so they could send a last message to their children and families. Marty Martinez, 29, of Dallas, held a yellow oxygen mask to his face as he live-streamed the descent on Facebook.

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The tough road to success
The road to success is not easy. Ask Reverend Dr. Selota Maliko and he will tell you this. His journey to becoming a Lecturer at the Piula Theological College was not an easy one. In 2011, he was chosen by the Methodist Church in Samoa to undertake a five-year PhD study in Philosophy at the University of Otago.

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Cash for Bridgeport cops versus other needs
BRIDGEPORT This city is not flush with money. Still, the Mayor Joe Ganim’s administration is setting the stage to hire what would amount to a fifth new class of police cadets with no available money in site. The Civil Service department is launching a new 2018 police officer entry level examination. And Rep.

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W/Cup: Chukwu, Taribo predict good run for Eagles
Former Super Eagles coach Christian Chukwu and former international Taribo West have expressed optimism that the Eagles will rise to the occasion in Russia. The two ex-internationals who were separately x-raying the chances of the Gernot Rohr led team ahead of Mundial where they have been pitched....

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US pastor in Turkey tops list of Americans jailed, sentenced on dubious charges
Golge’s nightmare began just weeks after the botched 2016 coup attempt in Turkey, while he was visiting relatives in Antaya, a city in the country's south, near the Syrian border. According to Golge's wife, Kubra, the family were packing up a car with their two young sons -- now 2 and 7 -- and....

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Here's how the Stoneman Douglas community will help the Dolphins during the NFL Draft
When the Miami Dolphins are on the clock during the final day of the NFL Draft, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High community will have a noticeable presence at team's headquarters in Davie. The Dolphins will host 18 seniors from Stoneman Douglas as well as the family of assistant football coach Aaron....

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Church Defined By Fighting White Supremacy Accuses Itself Of Racism
Members of a D.C. Unitarian church devoted to fighting white supremacy accused the church of racism after two black ministers suspended another black minister. Congregants of All Souls Church Unitarian accused their church of racism when Rev. Susan Newman Moore, a black minister, resigned after two....

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US warns Turkey of consequences if jailed pastor isn't freed
By MATTHEW LEE AP Diplomatic Writer. WASHINGTON (AP) - The Trump administration warned Turkey on Wednesday that it is considering punitive "consequences" if the NATO ally does not throw out the charges or acquit an American pastor accused of espionage and aiding terrorist groups. Wess Mitchell, the top U.

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Former Baltimore County schools Superintendent Dallas Dance asks for probation instead of jail time
Former Baltimore County School Superintendent Dallas Dance is asking a judge to give him probation rather than jail time for failing to disclose nearly $147,000 he earned from part-time consulting jobs. In a sentencing memo filed by his attorneys, Dance is portrayed as taking responsibility for his....

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Starbucks : Philadelphia Community Leaders Push Starbucks to Address Racial Injustice
By Julie Jargon. Top Starbucks Corp. executives and approximately 40 Philadelphia clergy and community leaders met on Wednesday in what local leaders say was the beginning of an effort to push the coffee company to play a leading role in addressing racial injustice.

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California City Sued Over ‘Sanctuary’
SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA — Residents sued the tiny Southern California city of Los Alamitos on Wednesday to challenge a vote by elected officials to exempt the community from a state law that limits police collaboration with U.S. immigration authorities. The American Civil Liberties Union and other....

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Priest impostor scams local Catholic church
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Someone posing as a Charlotte priest and used an email scam to steal parishioners' money, telling them it would go to charity, officials said. The scammer, posing as Father Frank O’Rourke, gained the trust of priests at St. Gabriel’s Church on Providence Road in south Charlotte. O’Rourke has been with the church for many years.

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San Francisco Church to Hold Beyoncé Mass
Time to get in formation: a San Francisco church is set to hold a Beyoncé mass. The Vine SF at Grace Cathedral invites parishioners "to sing your Beyoncé favorites and discover how her art opens a window into the lives of marginalized and forgotten particularly black females.

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Humboldt Broncos forward Conner Lukan remembered for ‘big heart,’ being a great leader April 18 Updated
A funeral is underway for a Humboldt Broncos forward who’s being described as a great leader on the ice and an even greater guy off it. Conner Lukan, who was 21, was one of 16 people who died after a transport truck and the Saskatchewan junior hockey team’s bus collided on April 6.

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California city sued over vote to opt out of 'sanctuary'
FILE - In this March 27, 2018, file photo, David Hernandez, left, Genevieve Peters, center, and Jennifer Martinez celebrate after the Orange County Board of Supervisors voted to join the U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit against the State of California's sanctuary cities law (SB54) during their meeting in Santa Ana, Calif.

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California city sued over vote to opt out of 'sanctuary'
By AMY TAXIN Associated Press. SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - Residents sued the tiny Southern California city of Los Alamitos on Wednesday to challenge a vote by elected officials to exempt the community from a state law that limits police collaboration with U.S. immigration authorities.

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US warns Turkey of consequences if jailed pastor isn't freed
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Trump administration warned Turkey on Wednesday that it is considering punitive "consequences" if the NATO ally does not throw out the charges or acquit an American pastor accused of espionage and aiding terrorist groups. Wess Mitchell, the top U.S.

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California city sued over vote to opt out of 'sanctuary'
By AMY TAXIN Associated Press. SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - Residents sued the tiny Southern California city of Los Alamitos on Wednesday to challenge a vote by elected officials to exempt the community from a state law that limits police collaboration with U.S. immigration authorities.

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AP Top Political News at 3:09 p.m. EDT
Trump rewrites history on rationale for firing Comey The Latest: Trump playing golf in Florida with Japan's Abe Trump slams California governor over US troops at border US warns Turkey of consequences if jailed pastor isn't freed HHS secretary back in hospital for bowel condition Trump to host....

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The Flood Of False Prophets And Pastors In Africa
When Jesus Christ foretold the major trends that would precede His return to earth, the first sign He mentioned was religious imposters who would come in His name. How seriously do people take that warning? Africa at the moment is experiencing a chain of mushroom pastors.

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California city sued over vote to opt out of 'sanctuary' Source: AP
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - Residents sued the tiny Southern California city of Los Alamitos on Wednesday to challenge a vote by elected officials to exempt the community from a state law that limits police collaboration with U.S. immigration authorities.

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California city sued over vote to opt out of 'sanctuary'
By AMY TAXIN Associated Press. SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - Residents sued the tiny Southern California city of Los Alamitos on Wednesday to challenge a vote by elected officials to exempt the community from a state law that limits police collaboration with U.S. immigration authorities.

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