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EGR European Gospel Radio

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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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Trump’s Christianity—Don’t His Apologists Confirm The Doubt?
reports the spat between Carl Gallups, one of Trump’s Christian apologists, and Russell Moore, a Christian pastor who recently described the Trump campaign as “reality TV moral sewage.” I was once again struck by the fact that Trump’s apologists do not rely on arguments based on God’s written and Incarnate Word.

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Local Former NBC Charlotte anchor leads prayer on Capitol Hill Former NBC Charlotte anchor leads prayer on Capitol Hill Former NBC Charlotte anchor Chris Justice was on Capitol Hill for the opening prayer in front of the U.S. senate Thursday. Local 3 minu
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Former NBC Charlotte anchor Chris Justice was on Capitol Hill for the opening prayer in front of the U.S. senate Thursday. Justice worked for NBC Charlotte for 12 years, but left in 2008 to become the pastor of the 2,300-member Lee Park Church in Monroe. Justice was invited to D.C.

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‘I came here with nothing’: life in limbo for unwilling migrants on Haiti’s border
A teenage girl cooks the family’s evening meal inside a makeshift tent of flattened cardboard boxes and cloth at an encampment outside Anse-à-Pitres, Haiti. Photograph: Dave McFadden/AP. In recent months, the population in Parc Cadeau’s two camps has swelled to nearly 4,000, with more arriving from the border every day.

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Richmond police to worship with community members as church honors their service
RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - In just a matter of days, a series of events will kick off nationwide to show appreciation for police. We won't forget the tragedy that unfolded in our own backyard just last March, when state trooper Chad Dermyer was gunned down at Richmond's Greyhound Station.

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Venezuela is falling apart The Atlantic 6 mins ago
© Provided by Atlantic Media Company Children fill plastic containers with water from a well on a street in the slum of Petare in Caracas. (Carlos Garcia Rawlins / Reuters) When a Venezuelan entrepreneur we know launched a manufacturing company in western Venezuela two decades ago, he never imagined....

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Lagos lawyer, Adegboruwa, arraigned, remanded in EFCC custody
Ramon Oladimeji. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Thursday arraigned prominent Lagos-based lawyer, Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, for allegedly dealing in a landed property in defiance of a court order. Adegboruwa was arraigned on one count alongside one Jonathan Udeagbala, said to be at large,....

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Day of Prayer observed in county
More than two dozen people gathered in the lobby of the McLean County Courthouse on May 5, their heads bowed as local faith leaders led the group in prayers as part of the 65th annual national day of prayer. Hosted by the McLean County Ministerial Association, the day served as the opportunity to....

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WATCH LIVE: Gov. Abbott addresses Texas GOP Convention in Dallas 19 Mins
DALLAS - Gov. Greg Abbott kicks off the Texas Republican Convention with a speech before more than 7,000 attendees where supporters of Ted Cruz will far outnumber those backing presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick is also scheduled to speak Thursday. The convention runs Thursday through Saturday.

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Adultery: Should a repentant pastor be allowed to minister again?
Should pastors who commit adultery be permanently barred from ministry? There's no consensus, according to new research from the Southern Baptist Convention's LifeWay Research reported by Baptist Press. The researchers asked 1,000 senior pastors for their views on how to handle allegations of misconduct in general and adultery in particular.

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Is this the best theological resource a student could have?
Anyone who really wants to understand their faith and know how to apply it in the world has to read. Books are the most important weapon in the armoury of thinking people, whether they're pastors, theologians or just ordinary folk who want to ground their faith in knowledge. But books are expensive. So are subscriptions to academic journals.

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Life in limbo for unwilling migrants on Haiti's border The Guardian
© AP In this March 22, 2016 photo, a boy plays with a discarded tire at a borderland encampment outside the southeast Haitian town of Anse-a-Pitres, Haiti. Goats kick up white dust as they pass over the desiccated riverbed that marks the southern border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

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Local Girl Scout troop active with Marshallese members
My mom gave me a nickle. She told me to buy some pickles. But I didn't buy no pickles. Instead I bought some bubble gum. Bazooka! Bazooka! Bubble gum! "It's called a 'round game' [because the girls stand in a circle]," said Heather Butler, of the bubble gum song. "They can play these games forever.

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Conservatives push religious freedom bill in Ohio
In April 2015, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed into law the Religious Freedom Restoration Act that sparked protests and questions about what it would accomplish. And North Carolina just passed a law that requires people to use public restrooms that correspond with the sex listed on their birth....

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‘Dear Jacob’ author victim of racist road rage incident
Author Sabelo “Soweto” Mandlanzi said he was driving towards the Pavillion Shopping Centre in Westville on Saturday when he tried to change lanes and the driver behind him started hooting continuously and stopped his vehicle. The enraged driver alighted from his car‚ knocked on Mandlanzi’s window‚....

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Rock Hill school board debates student release for Bible study
As Rock Hill school board members wrestle with a proposal to allow release-time religious study, they are seeking input from parents and School Improvement Council members. During a Monday night workshop in which board members voiced deeply divided views on the proposal, the board decided to conduct an email survey of parents.

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Police, Christ the King Church Clash Over Prayer
There was drama at Christ the King Church in Kampala today afternoon after Police attempted to block the routine lunch-time mass under the guise that it would interfere with traffic. Police deployed around church located along Colville street after rumours spread that opposition political party,....

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15 churches join forces to take Jersey City neighborhood back from crime, violence
Residents of Jersey City's Hub section are saying "enough is enough" to the violence in their community. Fifteen neighborhood churches came together Saturday in the Hub's heart at Martin Luther King Drive Plaza for an event aimed at taking back their neighborhood.

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Sudan releases pastor imprisoned without charge since December
An evangelical pastor held without charge in a Sudanese prison since December has been released, according to his brother. Telahoon Nogose Kassa was one of two church leaders held by the authorities after they were arrested by Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Services.

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Husband charged with breaking wife's nose with headbutt
A care worker has been remanded in custody after he appeared in court today, charged with breaking his wife's nose with a headbutt. 40-year-old, Solomon Abebe Hilemariam, an Eritrean residing in Valletta, was arraigned under arrest before magistrate Doreen Clarke this morning.

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Trinitarian Congregational Church celebrates 150th anniversary
PAUL BILODEAU/Staff photo. Pastor Rich Knight, right and Helen Mooradkanian, historian of the Trinitarian Congregational Church in North Andover, display an old image of the church, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary.

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Man denies breaking wife's nose with head butt
A 40-year-old man was denied bail after he pleaded not guilty to head butting his wife who ended up with a broken nose. Solomon Abebe Hilemariam, an Eritrean care worker residing in Valletta, was arraigned under arrest before magistrate Doreen Clarke this morning.

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Charly Boy Recounts His Encounter With Jesus Christ
Don’t Mess With my Jesus! In February, 2016, one cool and unusual breezy night in the comfort of my room, I had a strange encounter of the freakiest kind with Jesus, which I shared with you all. In that encounter, our Lord left me with specific instructions.

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Caption: Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat collapses at Cabinet meeting; scan shows he had a stroke Queen Elizabeth II speaks to Pastor Kofi Banful and Jayne Banful in the garden of Buckingham Palace on May 10, 2016. We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused.

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Over 100 Methodist religious leaders come out as gay as church holds 11-day general conference
More than 100 religious leaders belonging to the United Methodist Church came out as gay ahead of the church's 11-day general conference that began on Tuesday. The conference will tackle the issue on the ban on LGBTs serving as church ministers. In a letter addressed to the Methodist Church signed....

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Gatsibo Residents Plead for Action On Rampant Burglaries
By Jean d'Amour Mugabo. Residents of Kiramuruzi Sector, in Gatsibo District have pleaded with authorities to counter rampant burglaries which have caused anxiety in the community. In the past two weeks, at least six households in Gakenke Cell alone have experienced break-ins in which one motorcycle,....

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Face your N700m EFCC charge, Edo Govt tells Ize-Iyamu
Edo State Government has asked a gubernatorial aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, to sort his problems with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and stop displaying crass ignorance of the workings of government and modern development.

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