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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

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Brackeen family, Shelby Police marking one-year anniversary of officer's line of duty death
SHELBY, NC (WBTV) - September 12 is an extremely difficult day in Shelby. "Hard days. Hard days," says Stephen Brackeen. "People are remembered most for their extraordinary days, but they’re made on their simple days and the simple days are what I miss of Tim.

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New Light Church And SoundEFX Media Announce Hurricane Harvey Gospel Relief Concert To Help Thousands Of Houston Familes In Need
LOS ANGELES Sept. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Hurricane Harvey has officially moved out of the gulf coast, but not without leaving thousands of Houstonians homeless and massive devastation behind. Houston , the fourth largest city in the U.S. was hard hit with a hurricane, tornadoes and continuous heavy rains over the course of seven days.

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Mom who died days after baby's birth left 'legacy of love'
WYOMING, MI - Carrie DeKlyen, who gave birth to her sixth child while fighting terminal brain cancer, left a "legacy of love" for her family and friends. She had a strong faith that buoyed her - and those close to her - in her final days. "Either way, I get my healing," she told loved ones. A celebration of her life was held Tuesday, Sept.

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A review of the queso at Chipotle, which was just released today
Hundreds of workers descend on Arrowhead Stadium to prepare for U2's concert to commemorate the 30th anniversary of "The Joshua Tree" album Follow the adventures of Eagle staffers Denise Neil and Matt Riedl on their quest for freebies at the Kansas State Fair, On Sept.

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Record number of volunteers give back on Community Care Day
LANCASTER - Despite intermittent sprinkles, about 550 volunteers spread throughout Fairfield County set to work on service projects Tuesday. They were part of the largest group giving back for United Way of Fairfield County's Community Care Day. Susan Nixon-Stoughton, director of resource....

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Church grants sanctuary to woman facing deportation
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio -- A 42-year-old Akron woman scheduled to be deported Thursday was granted sanctuary in the Forest Hill Presbyterian Church. Leonor Garcia has moved into a makeshift apartment above the church at 3031 Monticello Road. Her four children, ages 3-to-19 will remain in their home in Akron but stay with her on weekends.

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Did God's wrath smite Houston and Florida? It's not that simple | Mathew Schmalz
Seeing the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, conservative Christian pastor John McTernan argued recently that “God is systematically destroying America” out of anger over “the homosexual agenda.” There were others who disagreed over the reasons for God’s anger but not necessarily with the assumption....

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Canon expands commitment to revamp Film and Photography industry
Canon Central and North Africa, a subsidiary of Canon Global, under its strategic partnership with National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) on Monday opened a week intensive training workshop for film makers and photographers in Accra. The 80 participants which included some top industry....

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Court remands bricklayer for stealing church drum
An Osogbo Magistrate court on Tuesday remanded an 18-year-old teenager, Wasiu Wahab in ilesa prison for allegedly stealing a drum in the church of one Pastor Akintunde in Osogbo, capital of Osun State. The Prosecutor, Inspector Abiodun Fagboyinbo told the court that the accused person stole Pastor....

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Authentic Mexican food comes at a nice price
If you’ve ever made a trip to Smiley’s Flea Market on Ga. 247, you’ve probably tried the food at La Bella Morielia. Now housed in an un-air-conditioned space at the corner of Broadway and Poplar, this little authentic taqueria has taken a step up into the downtown restaurant scene.

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Husband, 88, accused in hammer attack against the wife he put 'first before anything else'
Friends and neighbors describe 88-year-old "Marty" Turkiewicz as a loving husband, devoted caretaker and friendly neighbor -- so they're having a hard time grasping the reports he attacked his 86-year-old wife with a hammer Saturday at Garden Gate Health Care Facility on Union Road. Authorities charged Martin J.

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Haiti: MCC responds to Irma’s devastation in Cuba, Haiti
Osa Jonmarits and his family were awakened in the middle of the night as water rushed into their mud and stone house on the mountains of La Chapelle, Haiti, and covered them in their beds. The flash flooding came from Hurricane Irma, a category-five hurricane that passed to the north of Haiti on Sept.

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Nigeria@57: Group begins prayer
A faith-based organisation, Halleluyah Nigeria, says it has begun special prayer preparatory to the country’s 57th Independence anniversary on Oct. 1. Pastor Joseph Malomo, the coordinator of the organisation, said in a statement issued after a news conference in Abuja that prayers would be offered for the success of the present administration.

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Pastor accused of raping teen church ushers back in dock
Johannesburg – A 32-year-old pastor appeared in the Lenyenye Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday, facing five charges of rape and one charge of sexual assault, Limpopo police said. Spokesperson Lt-Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe said the man was remanded in custody with no bail until Thursday, for the judgment on....

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Germany's Merkel admits early cigarette as 'youthful sin'
BERLIN: German Chancellor Angela Merkel, usually reluctant to speak on personal matters, on Tuesday conceded an early indiscretion - smoking a cigarette and hiding the fact from her parents. Merkel, the daughter of a pastor, was asked by broadcaster NDR about any "youthful sin" after her main....

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Groups stand ready to feed hurricane evacuees
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Groups across central Alabama say they are prepared to serve meals to Hurricane Irma evacuees on Tuesday. The Holt Street Memorial Baptist Church on South Court Street in Montgomery prepared breakfast for evacuees but so far, not one evacuee has shown up. Pastor Dr.

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Planetshakers Band Releases 'Legacy' CD/DVD; Launches U.S. Tour
Planetshakers Band. Capturing the live praise and worship heard at Planetshakers ' conference held this past April in its home-city of Melbourne, Australia and at gatherings attended by tens of thousands in Manila, the Philippines, and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Planetshakers Band releases its Legacy CD / DVD Sept.

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Christian Artist Chris Tomlin, Pastor Darren Whitehead Partner On New Book On Praise & Worship, 'Holy Roar'
BOWYER & BOWS/Holy RoarCover for Chris Tomlin and Darren Whitehead's 2017 book "Holy Roar: 7 Words That Will Change The Way You Worship." Grammy winner and world-renowned worship leader Chris Tomlin and Senior Pastor of Nashville's Church of the City, Darren Whitehead, have partnered to release a new book Oct.

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Germany's Merkel admits early cigarette as 'youthful sin'
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel, usually reluctant to speak on personal matters, on Tuesday conceded an early indiscretion -- smoking a cigarette and hiding the fact from her parents. Merkel, the daughter of a pastor, was asked by broadcaster NDR about any "youthful sin" after her....

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Irma update: Special needs evacuees moving to church
During the storm, Marion County housed 389 special-needs evacuees, not counting their caregivers and other family members. Staff report. More than 150 Hurricane Irma special-needs evacuees still housed at Marion County shelters are being moved Tuesday to their homes or to a temporary shelter at Church of HOPE.

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Group petitions to rename East Genesee to honor the Rev. Roosevelt Austin
SAGINAW, MI -- Community members jhave submitted a petition to Saginaw City Council to change the name of East Genesee Avenue to Roosevelt Austin Blvd. or street, naming it after the Rev. Roosevelt Austin Sr. , 91, of Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Saginaw. At Monday night's meeting on Sept.

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Is it too easy or too hard to sue when you've been wronged? (poll)
A recent series of legal matters and a new survey raise questions over the right to sue and collect damages.( By Stephen Koff, cleveland.com WASHINGTON -- Fairness is in the eye of the beholder -- and sometimes, in the eyes of jurors. So with perfect timing, a group representing major corporations....

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Brazilian queer art exhibition cancelled after campaign by rightwing protesters
A storm over artistic freedom and censorship has erupted in Brazil after an art exhibition at a multinational bank’s cultural centre was cancelled following a campaign by rightwing protesters. The controversy broke out when the Queermuseu – Queer Museum – exhibition at Santander Bank’s cultural....

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Ex-youth pastor gets prison in decades-old abuse case
GRAND HAVEN, Mich. — A former youth pastor who admitted to sexually abusing a young boy in western Michigan a decade ago has been sentenced to 3½ to 15 years in prison. 31-year-old Daniel Hoffman learned his punishment on Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court. He earlier pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree criminal sexual conduct.

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Nigeria@57: Group begins prayer
A faith-based organisation, Halleluyah Nigeria, says it has begun special prayer preparatory to the country’s 57 th Independence anniversary on Oct. 1. Pastor Joseph Malomo, the coordinator of the organisation, said in a statement issued after a news conference in Abuja that prayers would be offered for the success of the present administration.

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Evicted senior citizen dies after 5 days
Days after the elderly people act was operationalised into law, 87 year old Kambuzuma resident Sekuru Enock Mbiriyakura could not hold on to benefit from its provisions as he succumbed to his death five days after he was again evicted from his house by his son.

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