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Norway's Pentecostal Jubilee


This Week in AG History–October 20, 1957
By Darrin Rodgers

Also published in AG-News, Mon, 20 Oct 2014 – 5:04 PM CST

Thomas Ball Barratt (1862-1940), born to a Methodist family in England, became the most prominent Pentecostal pioneer in Norway. 627 more words

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Norway Olympic Committee president to step down

The president of Norway’s Olympic Committee will step down in 2015, but it is reportedly not due to Oslo’s failed 2022 Olympic bid nor threats he received during the bid process. 55 more words

Olympics

CNOOC in Iceland: 2D measurements to start next year

Representatives from Chinese oil major CNOOC 中海油 met yesterday with their Jan Mayen license partners, Eykon Energy from Iceland and Petoro, owned by the Norwegian state. 106 more words

STUDY IN NORWAY: The Norwegian Government Scholarships (Quota scheme).

The Norwegian government provides scholarships for students from developing countries and countries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia through the Quota Scheme. The objective of the scheme is to promote the internationalisation of higher education. 300 more words

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The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.
― John Muir

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World Championships- Norway

Nothing can describe the feeling of being on the start line at a world cup or the world champs! Apart from Hoooolllllyyyy sh@#t!!!!!

Just thinking back on Holly and my journey to Norway from Switzerland I was thinking ‘wow, surprisingly we have had some pretty uneventful traveling for once!’ Then I thought back and remembered we missed the first train to Geneva airport.. 1,112 more words

Retreat to Oslo

August 15, 2014

Today we were heading to Oslo on the 9:40 am bus; however we had to stand in the rain for quite some time while the bus driver tried to explain to a Russian family that they couldn’t pay by credit card because his internet connection was broken. 547 more words

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