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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

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Welcome to the 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

News about European Gospel Radio



EGR adds more than 12 hours daily to Europe and Middle East

Early in January we emailed our contacts to offer special low rates and promos, including a free web site with thousands of templates to choose from and free Internet radio streaming to those who joined before Jan. 31. Due to the high number of requests, we are glad to extend our special promotion and announce the new extension of more than 12 hours daily of our high power broadcasts to the following regions:

- Europe, north Africa and Mediterranean (100 and 150 kW)
- Africa (100, 150 and 300 kW)
- Middle East (including Israel, Lebanon, Iran, Iraq at 150 and 300 kW, and:
- India, China, Asia & Pacific (150 and 300 kW)

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A Dedication of Great Value

The following is the theme of Fridays May 27, 2005, broadcast on European Gospel Radio:

In this passage of Scripture we see two dedications of the baby Jesus. First, the Lord Jesus was circumcised on the 8th day because He was a descendant of Abraham, and all the descendants of Abraham were commanded to be circumcised, including the descendants of Ishmael and of all the sons of Keturah, and of Esau, and all the Arab nations who descend from these children of Abraham through intermarriage. God commanded it to Abraham, and God commanded to keep doing it forever. But if Jesus was born without sin, why does He have to be circumcised? God indicated by this action that in the circumcision of Christ He was already bearing the guilt of all our sins, and therefore He had to be circumcised. Ceremonially those sins had to be cut off.
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Last respects to John Paul II

More than 200 world leaders joined an estimated 350,000 pilgrims for the funeral of Pope John Paul II in St. Peter's square (Rome) today. Many more packed the streets of Rome and millions around the world stopped to watch the funeral o­n TV. After a three-hour open-air service, the crowd applauded as the Pope’s coffin was carried into St Peter’s Basilica to be buried in the crypt. Among those in attendance were presidents and dignitaries from Italy, the UK, France, Germany, the US, Iran, Brazil, Taiwan, Zimbabwe, Kenya, DRC, Syria and Afghanistan, and representatives of Christian, Jewish, Buddist and Muslim churches around the World.
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Tsunami tragedy hits East and West of the world

We receive and publish a segment of the latest newsletter from the Danish Shortwave Club International:

Dear friends, December 29, 2004

On Dec 26 the worst Earthquake on Earth in 40 years happened underwater southwest of Aceh Province, Sumatra. Enormous seismic Sea waves (in Japanese called Tsunami) hit the coasts in most countries around the Indian Ocean, causing devastating damages and more than 60000 people at the beaches killed or disappeared into the Sea. This natural catastrophe came without warning and all media covered this tragic event. On Sri Lanka alone, more than 22000 people are reported dead.

Our member, Victor Goonetilleke, living 10 km inland south of Colombo wrote on Dec 27: ” All of us are OK here. Trying hard to organize some emergency communications (Victor is also a very active radio amateur! Ed) and also doing some food distributions and things like that. Since the affected areas are so widespread things are very hard. Everyone within 1000 metres or so of the coast have been badly affected right along the coast from North to South on the eastern side of the island. In some areas as far in as 2-3kms. On the Western side not so bad, about 100 metres from the coast, as the quake was on the Eastern side of the island and the tidal waves came from the East/ S. East. You would have seen the vast destruction. Frightening.. Regards , Victor”.
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Neither Do I Condemn Thee

The following is the theme of Pastor Chompffs broadcast for Friday Dec. 31, 2004 at 200-2100 UTC on 5775 kHz:

This sermon discusses the familiar story of the woman taken in adultery and brought before Jesus. She deserved to be stoned to death. This woman was taken in the very act of adultery. If that is so, then where is the man? They let him go. And from this we can see that it was a set-up. This is where all the evidences point to: They had agreed with the man to seduce this woman, and they agreed to let him go, but they would use this woman to trap the Lord Jesus Christ in a dilemma from which He would be condemned, no matter which way He would choose. What was the woman’s name?

In this passage she does not have a name, because God intended her to represent all those who will be saved through the mercy and grace of God. Jesus wrote with His finger on the ground. Then, when they continued asking Him, He lifted up Himself and said to them, “he that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.

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