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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

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Church leaders join anti-Mugabe drive
“…you were chosen by God because you are faithful to God, he chose you before you were born,” said the First Lady addressing supporters at President Robert Mugabe’s One Million Man March held last month. But church leaders seem to now have a different take.

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Lynn Steinkamp
Vallonia. Lynn William Steinkamp, 75, of Vallonia, Indiana, died Monday, June 20, 2016, at his residence. Survivors include two sons, Mason Steinkamp and Jody Steinkamp; one daughter, Sonja Steinkamp Humphrey; one step-son, Mark Hashman; two brothers, Stanley Steinkamp and Bernard (Barb) Steinkamp;....

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Floyd Koop
Seymour. Floyd L. Koop, 62, of Seymour, died at home Sunday, June 19, 2016. Survivors include his daughters, Heather DeHart of Seymour, Stephanie (Akeem) Gbadamosi of Louisville, Melissa Hercamp of Greenwood and Jennifer (Michael) Prior of Peru; siblings, Susan Humphrey of Indianapolis, Loretta....

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Jerome Mize
Nashville. Jerome “Jerry” H. Mize, 83, of Nashville, died Saturday, June 18, 2016, in Our Hospice of South Central Indiana, Columbus. Survivors include his wife, Dolores Mize of Nashville; three children, Thomas (Sue) Mize of Holland, Michigan, David Mize of Elizabethtown, Indiana, and Virginia....

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Pittenger prevails in NC congressional primary recount
Republican U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger has prevailed in his tight congressional primary after a recount did little to change the results. State elections officials said machine recounts concluded Monday in the counties that make up the 9th District, and the totals changed by less than a handful of votes.

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US Rep. Pittenger prevails in tight North Carolina primary
Republican U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger prevailed Monday in his tight congressional primary after a recount confirmed his razor-thin victory. Machine recounts were finished around noon in the counties that make up the 9th District, and the totals changed by less than a handful of votes, according to a....

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Chicago's most violent neighborhoods brace for deadly summer
CHICAGO (AP) — Shaquisha Gibson-Posey pulls out a grisly cellphone photo of her murdered brother whenever her 15-year-old son complains of being cooped up in the house. This is why you can't go out in the neighborhood this summer, she tells him. Treshaun Carr takes special precautions when he walks....

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House District 70 race gets more crowded with Sykes announcement
During his Sunday sermon at Bethel Community Baptist Church, Pastor Manuel Sykes announced his decision to run for the seat being vacated by term-limited Rep. Darryl Rouson. It's not the first time Sykes has contemplated a run for office. In 2014, his announced intention to run for a Pinellas County....

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Churches in Sweden offering 'drop-in weddings' struggle to meet demand
Want to get married without the tedious preparations including sending invitations and hiring a caterer for your ceremony? Go to Sweden where drop-in weddings—and baptism—are now common. The idea of express weddings originated from Jerker Alsterlund, a pastor in Västerås, Stockholm, when he attended....

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US Rep. Pittenger prevails in tight North Carolina primary
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Republican U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger has prevailed in his tight congressional primary after a recount did little to change the results. State elections officials said machine recounts concluded Monday in the counties that make up the 9th District, and the totals changed by less than a handful of votes.

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Top Story Reflection on love, healing focus of sermon at Emanuel in days after shooting anniversary
CHARLESTON, S.C. ( ) - Charleston continues to mark the one-year anniversary of the "Mother" Emanuel AME Church shootings . On Sunday, church members gathered with their new pastor for a special Sunday of worship. It didn't take long before every pew was full with a congregation eager to hear the....

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Mother Emanuel service one year after
CHARLESTON, SC (WIS) - Friday afternoon, hundreds of worshipers gathered inside Emanuel AME church for a The service was just one of the many ways the community paid tribute to the nine worshipers who were killed inside of the church one year ago. RELATED: "Still Speaking from Eternity": memorial....

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‘That furniture guy’ restores Buffalo history
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Jacquie Walker, News 4 Anchor As Buffalo enjoys a resurgence, its large stock of old homes and buildings is getting new attention. Local realtors say buyers new to the area are amazed at the structures here, just waiting to be refurbished and restored.

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Edo Election Osagie Ize-Iyamu emerges PDP governorship candidate
Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu has emerged as the People Democratic Party (PDP) flag bearer for the upcoming Edo governorship elections. This is coming after the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state announced In his acceptance speech, the PDP guber candidate thanked the national leadership of the....

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Recount confirms Robert Pittenger’s win in the 9th District
Republican Mark Harris conceded the 9th District congressional primary Monday after a recount failed to give him enough votes to overtake incumbent GOP Rep. Robert Pittenger. The recount gave Harris two additional votes, apparently shaving Pittenger’s margin to 133 in the state’s closest U.S. House primary.

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Woman found guilty of second-degree murder in death of stepdaughter
Elaine Biddersingh, who had been charged with first-degree murder, had pleaded not guilty in the death of Melonie Biddersingh, whose charred, malnourished body was found in a burning suitcase in an industrial parking lot north of Toronto in 1994. The teen's body went unidentified for years until....

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How to Love People But Hate It When They Say "Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin"
(Progressive churches -- let's do our part to end the "bathroom wars" and stand up for full LGBT equality! Through Progressive Christians Uniting , you can order "all gender" bathroom signs at a deep discount, and get publicity for it at a national level. Click for details.) HERE "Love the sinner, but hate the sin.

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Chicago's Most Violent Neighborhoods Brace for Deadly Summer
Shaquisha Gibson-Posey pulls out a grisly cellphone photo of her murdered brother whenever her 15-year-old son complains of being cooped up in the house. This is why you can't go out in the neighborhood this summer, she tells him. Treshaun Carr takes special precautions when he walks down the....

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North Korean Refugee Speaks Out About Being Trafficked And Abused In China
When Ji-hyun Park fled North Korea for China, she was forced into marriage, separated from her child and imprisoned in a labor camp. Today, she uses her story to raise awareness of human rights abuses back home. In 1998, when North Korea was in the grip of a famine that eventually killed up to 1....

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Chicago's most violent neighborhoods brace for deadly summer
CHICAGO (AP) — Shaquisha Gibson-Posey pulls out a grisly cellphone photo of her murdered brother whenever her 15-year-old son complains of being cooped up in the house. This is why you can't go out in the neighborhood this summer, she tells him. Treshaun Carr takes special precautions when he walks....

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Melonie's stepmom found guilty of second-degree murder
TORONTO - A woman accused of killing her 17-year-old stepdaughter more than two decades ago was found guilty of second-degree murder on Monday after a trial which heard graphic evidence of the physical and emotional abuse suffered by the girl. Elaine Biddersingh, who had been charged with....

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Woman found guilty of second-degree murder in death of stepdaughter
TORONTO - A woman accused of killing her 17-year-old stepdaughter more than two decades ago was found guilty of second-degree murder on Monday after a trial which heard graphic evidence of the physical and emotional abuse suffered by the girl. Elaine Biddersingh, who had been charged with....

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Elaine Biddersingh found guilty of second-degree murder in death of stepdaughter Melonie, Crown says 'justice was delivered'
TORONTO -- A woman accused of killing her 17-year-old stepdaughter more than two decades ago was found guilty of second-degree murder on Monday after a trial which heard graphic evidence of the physical and emotional abuse suffered by the girl. Elaine Biddersingh, who had been charged with....

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Akwa Ibom: Hoodlums set church on fire for disturbing them with prayers
Suspected hoodlums invaded the Mount Zion Gospel Church, Aka-Itiam Assembly, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, weekend and razed it down completely. The attackers claimed the prayers and activities of the church were frustrating their criminal operations in the area.

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Pastor admits he used donations for kickbacks
A 69-year-old former pastor from St Peter’s Congregational Church in Port Elizabeth has given evidence in the city’s commercial crimes court on how he used church funds in an alleged kickback deal for a low-cost housing project. Dr Deric Derbyshire, who has since retired from preaching after....

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Chicago’s most violent neighborhoods brace for deadly summer
CHICAGO Shaquisha Gibson-Posey pulls out a grisly cellphone photo of her murdered brother whenever her 15-year-old son complains of being cooped up in the house. This is why you can’t go out in the neighborhood this summer, she tells him. Treshaun Carr takes special precautions when he walks down....

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Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth. Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled. Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy. Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God. Ps. 24.4, 5 Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake. Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you. Matthew, 5. 3

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