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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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Saturday supper: A soup and sandwich supper will be served from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Lefler United Methodist Church, 1501 Madison St. Cost is a donation to the church. Take-out will be available. Nonperishable items will be collected for the United Methodist food pantry. For more information, call 402-733-7653.

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US condemns China lawyer 'confession'
Image copyright AFP Image caption Mr Zhang was aiding Christians opposing government orders to remove crosses from buildings. The US says a purported confession from a prominent Chinese lawyer on state television runs counter to the rule of law. Zhang Kai admitted to various crimes including disturbing social order in a broadcast on Thursday.

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Hub advocates ask Ortiz to open fed probe of Boston Latin School
A host of Boston civil rights advocates are urging U.S. Attorney Carmen M. Ortiz to launch a federal probe into what they say is “a racially hostile learning environment, and racially disparate discipline” at Boston Latin School. In a five-page letter sent to Ortiz yesterday, the American Civil....

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'You are either a Christian or not'
PORT MARIA, St Mary: Pastor Florence Brown is a devoted religious leader who has served for the last 18 years as minister of the Post Road Pentecostal Church, located a few miles east of St Mary's capital, Port Maria. In 1973, Brown was confirmed and saved as a member of the Anglican Church, but....

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'Church leaders need to be less divisive'
PORT MARIA, St Mary: For the past decade, Desmond Sinclair has been a minister for the Fire Baptised Holiness Church of God of the Americas, first serving in his hometown of Harmony Hall in Highgate, St Mary, before moving two years ago to Moore Town in Portland.

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Tamalcia J Blog Ministry - pushing the gospel through social media
If encouraging someone through experiences and spiritual insights is what you can do, then it is recommended that you do it to the best of your ability. Pride and inevitable judgements aside, Tamalcia Johnson decided that she would work tirelessly and selflessly to spread the good news of the God....

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We are in this together - Pastor agrees that the Church should play a greater role in schools
e need more church influence in the schools, not less. And we are not asking you to push your own denomination line; we are asking you to lift up the presence of God in all of our children." The above statement was made by the Minister of Education Ronald Thwaites during the official opening of the Barbara E.

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Chilala commended for sugar plantation
Dear editor, NO NEWS is as delightful as hearing that one of us is thinking and acting big. How wonderful it was to hear about our own Mr Constain Chilala taking up the 11000 hectors in Lufwanyama and turning it into a sugarcane plantation with the hope of increasing competition in the sugar industry.

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You must die, Supreme Court tells Rev King
General Overseer of the Christian Praying Assembly, Rev. Chukwuemeka Ezeugo, a.k.a Reverend King. In deed, on a day that the apex court okayed death sentence by hanging for Rev King, members of his church were oblivious of the judgement and were putting things in shape to celebrate his birthday, tomorrow.

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Buhari’s battle against grex venalium
These, certainly are not the best of times for the grex venalium (the venal crowd) popularly known by ordinary Nigerians as treasury looters. The ongoing battle by President Muhammadu Buhari against this corrupt cabal who have held this nation hostage for years leaves no one in doubt that it is no....

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Winsome Wilkins - ministering through volunteerism
The Bible says in St John 9:4, " I must work the works of Him that sent me, while it is day: the night cometh when no man can work. Winsome Wilkins embodies this verse and is the epitome of a worker for Christ as she gives of her being selflessly to those usually considered to be less fortunate, through volunteerism.

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Video: Miami-Dade hosts a town hall for children to talk about gun violence
Pastor Franklin R. Clark attends the viewing for slain King Carter Friday, Feb. 26, 2016, at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Miami. The 6-year-old was killed last Saturday by a stray bullet, caught in the crossfire of rival groups who were feuding on Facebook.

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In Vermont and Minnesota, the robocall message from the American National PAC, in the voice of a self-described farmer and white nationalist, urges voters point-blank: “Don’t vote for a Cuban. Vote for Donald Trump.” A Miami police officer came under gunfire in a residential neighborhood early....

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National Business
In advance of its national conference next month in Fort Lauderdale, the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday and Wednesday is holding a Chamber Training Institute in Miami Beach for South Florida and South American LGBT business people. Renovation of the Miami Beach Convention Center continues Friday, Feb.

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Misgivings About The Girl Scouts – OpEd
St. Louis Archbishop Carlson has expressed his misgivings about the Girl Scouts and has asked each pastor to reconsider the parish’s relationship with the organization. Importantly, he is not abandoning Catholi c youth: He has instituted a Catholic Committee for Girls Formation.

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Flint Water Crisis Governor's aide warned of Flint public relations crisis Governor's aide warned of Flint public relations crisis "This is a public relations crisis ... waiting to explode nationally," Ari Adler warned in January 2015. Flint Water Crisis
A year before he was named Gov. Rick Snyder's new communications director, Ari Adler warned of a public relations crisis with Flint water, saying in an e-mail it was "waiting to explode nationally." Adler, who was appointed to his new position Thursday, sent the e-mail on Jan.

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Philanthropist makes impact in Gokwe
GOKWE philanthropist Lazarus Muyambi has extended his spiritual healing centre to incorporate a home where orphans will now be looked after and rebranded the centre to St Agnes Children’s Home. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE. Muyambi has changed the face of the cotton-growing town following his success....

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U.S. Att. Ortiz formally asked to probe alleged racism at Latin School
Civil rights advocates are urging U.S. Attorney Carmen M. Ortiz to launch a federal investigation into “concerns raised about racial harassment, a racially hostile learning environment, and racially disparate discipline” at Boston Latin School. In a five-page letter sent to her office yesterday, the....

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Flint Water Crisis Snyder's staff told last March about Legionnaires' uptick Snyder's staff told last March about Legionnaires' uptick E-mails show several people in Gov. Rick Snyder’s inner circle received information about Legionnaires' cases in 2015. F
Records released Friday show several key staffers to Gov. Rick Snyder, including his current chief of staff, were told in emails about an uptick in Legionnaires’ disease cases in Genesee County in March 2015. But apparently nobody told the governor about the public health problem for another 10....

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Church Premises Deserted As S’Court Affirms Rev King’s Death Sentence 2:55 am
• Lagos Hails Verdict. Tweet EXCEPT for the final declaration of the Supreme Court, it would have been a birthday bash and wild jubilation for members of the Christian Praying Assembly (CPA) yesterday, if the death sentence of their General Overseer, Chukwuemeka Ezeugo, had been repealed by the apex....

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Local Digest: D.C.-area news briefs
A federal appeals court announced Friday that it will not revisit some of the strict D.C. gun-registration requirements that it struck down last fall. A majority of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit voted against a rehearing of the case by all the court’s judges.

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Excel : Family members: Hesston shooting victim Josh Higbee was 'just an outstanding man'
Feb. 26 --From the time he was a young child, Josh Higbee was "Mr. Fix-It," his brother says. "He loved tractors and toy cars, anything automotive. He was a car guy," said Nathaniel Hinson , Higbee's older brother. "He liked to work with his hands." Higbee, 31, was killed Thursday when a man opened....

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Flint Water Crisis Flint crisis: How to get free bottled water and filters Flint crisis: How to get free bottled water and filters Even if your tap water looks clear, it is not safe to drink at this time. Use bottled water instead. Flint Water Crisis 7 mi
It still is not safe to use unfiltered tap water in the city of Flint for drinking, cooking or brushing your teeth until your water is tested, and proven safe. It should not be used in your baby’s bottles, or mixed with baby formula. You can’t see, smell or taste lead in your water.

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G’wala youth vow to protect minorities at Peace Festival
GUJRANWALA - Bargad Organisation for Youth Development organised a two-day peace festival ‘Green for White’ at the Punjab Theatre in Gujranwala from Feb 24-25. This peace festival was held in collaboration with Gujranwala Arts Council and the initiative was supported by Canada Fund for Local Initiatives.

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China state TV airs confession by lawyer who helped Christian groups
BEIJING (Reuters) - A well-known Chinese rights lawyer has appeared on state television confessing to crimes after a months-long disappearance, the latest case in China's widening crackdown on dissent. Zhang Kai had represented a group of Christians who were detained for suspected financial crimes....

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CORRECTED - China state TV airs confession by lawyer who helped Christian groups
BEIJING A well-known Chinese rights lawyer has appeared on state television confessing to crimes after a months-long disappearance, the latest case in China's widening crackdown on dissent. Zhang Kai had represented a group of Christians who were detained for suspected financial crimes last year after they resisted the demolition of crosses.

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