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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

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Democrats Plan 'Day Of Action' To Keep Focus On Gun Control
Democrats plan "days of action" to keep discussion on gun control alive. To capitalize on the buzz created by their two-day protest on the floor of the U.S. House, Democrats across the country are holding "Days of Action" Wednesday to keep the discussion around gun control front and center.

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Nation-Now 'Match Made in Heaven' and other diverse dating shows you should be watching
The Bachelor may have started the dating competition genre, but several interesting variations have popped up over the years, many of which contain a more diverse cast for viewers to ogle...er support. Here are a few of our top picks, with suggestions tailored to your specific TV viewing type.

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Sioux City man pleads not guilty to threatening to kill pastor
David Flores-Marroquin, 25, entered his plea in Woodbury County District Court to charges of intimidation with a dangerous weapon and first-degree harassment. His trial was set for Aug. 16. According to court documents, Flores-Marroquin entered the Community Bible Chapel, 1000 Virginia St.

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Word of Life church trial video: Sister tells of abuse, how pastor called out brother
UTICA, NY - Grace Leonard, sister of two teens beaten at the Word of Life Christian Church near Utica, testified Tuesday about abuse she said she suffered at the hands of her brothers. She also described how the church pastor, Tiffanie Irwin, called out her brother, Lucas Leonard, in church and....

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Nation-Now 'Match Made in Heaven' and other diverse dating shows you should be watching
The Bachelor may have started the dating competition genre, but several interesting variations have popped up over the years, many of which contain a more diverse cast for viewers to ogle...er support. Here are a few of our top picks, with suggestions tailored to your specific TV viewing type.

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After Brexit, England's Defeat by Tiny Iceland Crushes Stiff Upper Lips
LONDON—Paul Antcliffe smashed his face into his left palm and shielded his eyes from the pub TV showing an unimaginable horror. Tiny Iceland’s soccer team, co-managed by a dentist, was celebrating an upset for the ages: a 2-1 victory in the European Championships over England, featuring some of the game’s most prominent and highly paid players.

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Mihalopoulos: Pfleger a pfaker? Or just a pfast-talkin’ pfriend?
Churches and other houses of worship need money just like all of us do, if only to keep the lights on and try to help some people cope with their own problems. We also like to think our religious leaders always preach what they honestly believe is true, no matter who’s supporting their ministries. It surely was no small thing when St.

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Colorado Springs church fights to keep ‘Jesus’ bus bench ads
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Twenty signs with the name – Jesus – across bus benches are spread all over Colorado Springs. But Charis Christian Center’s senior pastor and founding pastor, Lawson Perdue, said a sole complaint about his advertisements may stop him from using the name Jesus.

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Hundreds of dancers expected for Second CCD Network Conference
(0) Dr. Ann Higgins, president of Caribbean Christian Dance Network, (CCDN), right, and Dr. Michael Darville, left, are pictured at the Ministry of Grand Bahama during a courtesy call yesterday. (PHOTO:?JENNEVA?RUSSELL) The Caribbean Christian Dance Network (CCDN) is set to host its Second Annual....

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CFC holds Summer You ...
(0) Students from throughout the island attended the Local Government City of Freeport Council’s orientation session at the Susan J Wallace Center. The students were selected to participate in the Council’s annual summer employment program. (PHOTO:?JENNEVA RUSSELL) The City of Freeport Council....

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Local Volunteers May Head to West Virginia to Help Flood Victims
Erie Police and rescuers responded to a report of a person hit by a train Saturday afternoon. Dispatchers had some initial confusion about the location of the accident. It turned out to be on the CSX railroad tracks at Cascade Street crossing. The first responders found that the accident involved a....

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Artist, author givin ...
Entertainment Artist, author giving young talented Grand Bahamians opportunity to showcase their work Bahamian artist turned author is giving young Grand Bahamians an opportunity to showcase their talent and invites the community to come out and support these youngsters.

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Former Tribune editor and publisher Jack Fuller spread the gospel of jazz
No, to Fuller — who died June 21 of cancer at age 69 — jazz was something to be played, championed and chronicled with unblinking candor. Though the public may have known him best as a former Tribune editor and publisher, as well as author of several novels and nonfiction works, Fuller's passion for....

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eNCA | AUDIO: Alleged racist sermon at Rivers Church
A Church in Johannesburg has defended the comments made by its senior pastor during a church service. Pastor Andre Olivier caused a storm on social media when he told congregants that white people are entitled to their wealth because they work hard. Video: eNCA.

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An expert in aging: Aventura man celebrates 105th birthday
Jack Snitkin, who celebrated his 105th birthday on Saturday, knows what it takes to live past 100. “I never get upset about anything,” said the Aventura centenarian. Great advice for a man who has lived through several eras, from the horse-drawn carriage days to the jet age, and from man’s first walk on the moon and beyond.

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Question for evangelicals: Is abortion or racism worse?
Monday's Supreme Court ruling tossing Texas abortion restrictions puts a massive spotlight on the new debate pressing evangelicals: Which is a worse sin, racism or abortion? For decades abortion has been the mother of all deciding issues for evangelicals, who make up about a quarter of the U.S. population and are strongly opposed.

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Nation-Now 11 mins ago 10:55 a.m. Children 'traumatized' after brawl breaks out on church bus
Some parents have raised concerns with leaders at Temple Baptist Church after a brawl broke out on a church bus Friday night. The elementary-aged children involved suffered minor injuries, but some parents claim supervisors never contacted them about the incident.

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Brawl breaks out on church bus trip
WBIR reporter Raishad Hardnett spoke with a student and Temple Baptist Church pastor after a brawl broke out on a bus between elementary students returning from vacation bible school.

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More than 2 million people have watched this woman sing the Star Spangled Banner
Star Swain was on a normal vacation to Washington, D.C. with her family and church members when she decided to sing the Star Spangled Banner at the Lincoln Memorial. That decision prompted applause and praise from fellow tourists two weeks ago, but Swain probably had no idea her rendition would eventually draw an audience of millions online.

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JESUS NEEDS A PERMIT? Christian students sue over college's talk-permit policy
A Christian student group is suing North Carolina State University over a policy they say requires members to get a permit to talk to their classmates about Jesus. Grace Christian Life, a religious student group long recognized by the 35,000-student school in Raleigh, claimed in a federal suit that....

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More than 2 million people have watched this woman sing the Star Spangled Banner
Star Swain was on a normal vacation to Washington, D.C. with her family and church members when she decided to sing the Star Spangled Banner at the Lincoln Memorial. That decision prompted applause and praise from fellow tourists two weeks ago, but Swain probably had no idea her rendition would eventually draw an audience of millions online.

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More than 2 million people have watched this woman sing the Star Spangled Banner
Star Swain was on a normal vacation to Washington, D.C. with her family and church members when she decided to sing the Star Spangled Banner at the Lincoln Memorial. That decision prompted applause and praise from fellow tourists two weeks ago, but Swain probably had no idea her rendition would eventually draw an audience of millions online.

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Kenyan pastor who became a champion of contraception
In many African communities, family planning and the choice of contraceptives is left entirely to the woman. But in Kenya, one man is going against the grain. He has formed men's groups that meet regularly to discuss how they can plan their families. And on top of that, he is preaching about contraceptives.

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JESUS NEEDS A PERMIT? Christian students sue over college's talk policy
A Christian student group is suing North Carolina State University over a policy they say requires members to get a permit to talk to their classmates about Jesus. Grace Christian Life, a religious student group long recognized by the 35,000-student school in Raleigh, claimed in a federal suit that....

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Frank Ocean Champions Gay Rights After Orlando
singer Frank Ocean called out homophobic rhetoric against gay marriage and transgender bathroom rights in an emotional social media post Tuesday that also offered a glimpse into his childhood and his anti-gay father. Ocean, known for hits like "Thinkin Bout You" and "Novacane," said the recent....

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Pastor And His Wife Arrested For S3xually Assaulting A Minor
A pastor, 47 year old James S. Jackson and his wife , Valerie Jackson have been arrested and put in jail on sex-related charges after a teenager revealed to investigators with the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office that she had had years of "sexual sessions" with the couple.

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