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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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Herdsmen: Cleric Calls On FG To Act Fast To Avoid Calamity
Francis Onoiribholo. BENIN. As the issue of killer herdsmen continues reverberate across the country, a Benin, Edo State-based cleric, Prophet Jordan Iwuala, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to urgently address the matter as well as other ethnic agitations in the country to ensure that Nigeria remains united and indivisible.

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Alleged N200m Embezzlement: Enugu Clarifies Iyiogwe’s Status
Clement Danhutor. The Enugu State Government has clarified the status of one of its officials in a matter involving the alleged embezzlement of over N200 million and interrogation by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). In a release issued and signed by the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Media, Mr.

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'Not about bathrooms': Critics decry North Carolina law's lesser-known elements
DURHAM, N.C. -- In this state where the modern bathroom wars began, some church and civil rights leaders have begun to spread the word that there’s plenty else to worry about in the controversial new law known formally as the Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act. The law not only reverses a Charlotte, N.

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Maitland council to spend $40k on skate park upgrades
Maitland City Council will spend $40,000 during the next four years to improve seven skate parks across the region. Councillors approved a plan to earmark money from the Draft Capital Works Program 2015-19 at this week’s meeting. The decision came after a council study of the skate parks found that the youth facilities needed upgrades.

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Jesse Edward Nash Jr., retired Canisius College professor, activist
Feb. 22, 1926 - May 11, 2016. Jesse Edward Nash Jr., longtime Canisius College professor, community activist and the son of the pastor of the historic Michigan Street Baptist Church, died Wednesday in Elderwood at Amherst following a short illness. He was 90. A Buffalo native, Mr.

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Candlelight vigil planned for Pascagoula woman
Friends of Jessie Bardwell have organized a candlelight vigil for Sunday night to honor their friend. The vigil will be at 7:30 p.m. at Beach Park Pier across from Beach Park in Pascagoula. Family friend Kristin Baber Pugh organized the vigil. Candles will be provided.

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Edmonton the scene of duelling protests over Alberta legislation protecting LGBTQ individuals
Failure to push back against a law giving students the right to a gay-straight alliance tells the provincial government it can steamroll over parents' rights and religious freedoms, speakers told a rally outside the Alberta legislature. "If we do not make our voices heard, we will find comprehensive....

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The AUTHORITY ICON: WILLIAM FOLORUNSHO KUMUYI For being the humblest shepherd of Christ on the continent and for consistently delivering light,...
For being the humblest shepherd of Christ on the continent and for consistently delivering light, hope, healing and guidance to humanity; for remaining true to truth and demonstrating that true faith can indeed restore, rebuild and redirect the human destiny, Pastor William Folorunsho Kumuyi, is The AUTHORITY on SUNDAY Icon.

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Enugu clarifies on gov's aide quizzed by EFCC
The Enugu state government has reacted to a media report alleging that a senior special adviser of the governor was quizzed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission over embezzlement of N200m saying the aide has not handled any government funds since his appointment. The media senior special assistant to the governor, Mr.

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Hempfield softball, baseball teams hope for long postseason runs
Updated 56 minutes ago Hempfield's softball team is poised to defend its WPIAL Class AAAA championship. The Spartans' baseball squad would like to join along with a long playoff run. For veteran Hempfield softball coach Bob Kalp, he sees many similarities between this season and last year's run to the WPIAL championship and PIAA semifinals.

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Bernie Sanders, the Democratic Party’s only hope
The sun had just mercifully set over Bonney Field when I noticed the young woman next to me peering through the bleachers to get a better view of the man with wild gray hair and a dark suit. Suddenly, her eyes were on fire. “Bernie!” she screamed until she was almost hoarse.

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The Bulletin
Religious services and events. Cascade Center for Spiritual Living — “The Still Small Voice” will be the Rev. Stäna Knez’s topic at the 10 a.m. service Sunday at 500-D Main St. in Springfield, with music by Kerri Beverly. A Meditation Circle will take place at 4 p.m. Thursday. 541-747-3887 or info@cascadecsl.

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Nashville pastor aims for change
Bishop Marcus Campbell visits old friends last month in the North Nashville neighborhood where he grew up and still lives. Check out this story on Tennessean.com: http://tnne.

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Dealer-turned-minister makes saving Nashville's youth his mission
Out of the second-story windows of downtown’s Cheatham Community public housing complex, Nashville’s skyline glimmers as children play in near-barren patches of dirt. Just up Ninth Avenue North, plots of land are now sold for the construction of $400,000 homes.

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Church building project to start in July
LANCASTER - The Lancaster Community Church should have a new home in a little more than a year. Pastor Mathew Johnson said construction of a new church in the building occupied by Roses discount store will start in July. The work should take about a year; in the meantime, the church's services will continue at 230 N.

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Entertainment Obamas welcome leaders, celebrities to Nordic State Dinner
WASHINGTON — WASHINGTON (AP) — Famous people and people just famous-for-Washington scored coveted invitations to Friday night's White House state dinner honoring the leaders of Sweden, Iceland, Finland, Denmark and Norway. Will Ferrell, who famously parodied past President George W.

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Dan Johnson, 36, has had a few big hits in his major league ...
irishtimes.com berichtet dazu: Golden State Warriors star can surpass Johnson and Jordan – but he must win titles . Stephen Curry is proving he can become the greatest of them all. weiterlesen ... Dazu winnipegfreepress.com: When looking at Emma Gray’s sporting accomplishments — the list is long....

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Mural honors victims of Charlestong church shooter
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — The widow of the pastor gunned down with eight of his parishioners at Charleston's Emanuel AME Church last year sees the spirit of her late husband, the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, in a new mural honoring the victims. The mural by artist Tripp Derrick Barnes, unveiled Friday (May....

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Overcome spousal abuse
Spousal abuse involves physical violence and emotional abuse.These can leave deep and lasting scars. Should you find yourself in this situation, these tips will help you pull through. Know the risks associated with abuse. While physical injury may be the most obvious danger, the emotional and....

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‘Jasmine’s Camp’ in North Versailles to honor woman gone too soon
Updated 26 minutes ago No one who knew her was ready for Jasmine Claggett to go. She was too young, they said, too important. She accomplished a lot in her 25 years, they added, but there was so much more to come. No one was ready, especially not her mother, Karen Claggett. “That's my baby,” she said of her youngest daughter.

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Rick Warren says true friends interested in other people's lives, show up physically and not just in spirit
Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church says it is not easy maintaining friendships, because people have to be purposeful and intentional about keeping their circle of friends. "The starting point of building great friendships is investing your time and energy. Deep friendships are not accidental. They are not instant.

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Richland aims to curb suicide among teens
Updated 27 minutes ago Craig Walkins knows all too well the pain that comes with losing a child to suicide. His son, Kyle, a newly hired officer for the Northern Regional Police Department, was just 23 when he took his own life last June. And now, as a community tries to come to grips with the issue....

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‘Jasmine’s Camp’ to honor North Versailles woman gone too soon
Updated 22 minutes ago No one who knew her was ready for Jasmine Claggett to go. She was too young, they said, too important. She accomplished a lot in her 25 years, they added, but there was so much more to come. No one was ready, especially not her mother, Karen Claggett. “That's my baby,” she said of her youngest daughter.

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The unchangeable changer - Part 1
When God created us, He equipped us with every good thing that we need to be successful in life, but many of us are not where God created us to be. God said that we would be the head and not the tail, and that we would be the top and not the bottom, yet many of our lives do not exhibit any of these promises of God.

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A fist and a rainstorm
“Finally the seventh time, his servant told him, ‘I saw a little cloud about the size of a hand rising from the sea… “ 1Kings 18:44. Divine projects will always start like a little cloud, but will end up a rainstorm! True! When God wants to do any great thing, it always starts small and if you are....

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Ènugu dismisses EFCC action against official
Enugu State government has dismissed a report alleging that “a Senior Special Adviser to Enugu State Government on Special Duties” was quizzed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for embezzlement of over N200 million. In a statement, yesterday, it said the man, identified as....

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