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Edgerly Begins Broadcasting on HBN-TV
By Sentinel News Service
Published November 22, 2017

                             Pastor Adam Edgerly (courtesy photo)

Pastor Adam Edgerly of Newsong L.A. Covenant Church has joined the lineup at Hosanna Broadcasting Network (HBN).

HBN provides Christian programming to more than 4.2 million homes in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Ventura and Orange counties. The program format includes preaching, teaching of the Word of God, worship programs, talk shows, fitness, travel shows and more.

Edgerly’s program now airs on Thursdays at 7 a.m. on HBN-TV via DirecTV, Dish Network channel 20 and AT&T Channel 3. The program is also available online at hosannabroadcasting.com.

“We are excited and honored to have Pastor Edgerly partner with us in this great endeavor,” said Tersit Asrat, HBN president. “His method of teaching the Word of God is in line with the vision and mission of HBN and we believe this will be a great partnership in an effort to advance the Kingdom of God.”

Edgerly has led Newsong L.A. in Culver City since its inception in 2004. The multicultural ministry, which is committed to reconciliation in Christ, features an upbeat Sunday worship service as well as relevant inspirational and motivational messages focused on Jesus Christ. Their one-word vision statement is RECONCILIATION, with both God and each other.

Prior Newsong LA, Edgerly served the Evangelical Covenant Church denomination as associate director of Global Evangelism and regional director of Church Planting and Community Transformation. In addition, he is the CEO of Culture Consultants, which helps senior executives achieve peak performance through executive coaching and leadership training.

He earned his M.A. at Biola University and his M.B.A. at Emory University.

For more information on Pastor Adam Edgerly and Newsong L.A., visit newsongla.net. To learn more about HBN, visit hosannabroadcasting.com, which also contains information on its nonprofit, Hosanna House, which operates a place for orphan girls who have lost their parents to the HIV/AIDS virus in Africa.

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