• Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

Member Area

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
Christian news
Clergyman urges Nigerians to channel grievances to God
NIGERIANS have been told to look up to God and channel all their grievances to Him. They were also advised to be humble and learn from exemplary persons, while applying God’s words in all aspects of their lives. The Overseer and Senior Pastor of God’s First Ministries (Illumination Assembly), Bishop....

Read Full Article
 
Obama will pay respects to Scalia at court
Father Paul Scalia will also deliver the homily, which in the Catholic tradition is a sermon that deals with the themes of the scripture readings of the Mass, Basilica spokesman Jackie Hayes said. President Barack Obama will travel to the Supreme Court on Friday to pay his respects to Scalia, whose....

Read Full Article
 
Evangelical Leader Claims 'Jesus Never Intended To Give Instructions' To Politicians
Jerry Falwell Jr., a prominent Evangelical leader with a reputation for exerting influence in politics, said Thursday that Jesus Christ would have objected to the idea that religion should influence political leaders or electoral politics. on how to run a country," Falwell said in an interview with CNN.

Read Full Article
 
Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources 1st Annual Church Service
The Permanent Secretary, Rena Glinton, along with Ambassador Godfrey Eneas, Senior Officers and Staff of the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources, joined their Minister, The Honourable Minister, V. Alfred Gray, at his Church of Worship - New Destiny Baptist Church, Blue Hill Road on Sunday,....

Read Full Article
 
Michigan Bicyclist appeals $200 impeding traffic ticket, wins Bicyclist appeals $200 impeding traffic ticket, wins Bicyclist ticketed with 'impeding traffic' challenged $200 ticket, won on appeal Michigan 15 minutes ago Wayne Commissioner questions pensio
A bicyclist in Livingston County accused of impeding traffic appealed the $200 ticket and won when a circuit court judge found in his favor. A Michigan State Police trooper pulled over Tim Panagis of Ann Arbor in June and ticketed him for being in the road as he and other cyclists rode toward the right side of a lane.

Read Full Article
 
Wayne Commissioner questions pension board authority Commissioner questions pension board authority But board chair says Wayne County's system is secure even as questions swirl around Warren Evans' reorganization effort. Wayne 17 minutes ago Flint Water C
Concerns about who is in charge of Wayne County's underfunded pension system were on stark display as commissioners debated a reorganization plan for the system's board that is part of a federal legal case. The debate came as commissioners in their regular meeting today formally rejected an....

Read Full Article
 
Monsignor Brian McGee consecrated as Bishop of Argyll and the Isles
The Papal Nuncio, Archbishop Antonia Mennini, attended the ordination, representing Pope Francis. President of the Bishops' Conference of Scotland, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, said: "I congratulate Monsignor Brian McGee on his nomination and consecration as Bishop of Argyll and the Isles and look....

Read Full Article
 
Mapping the GOP Primary in South Carolina
WATCH Marco Rubio Nabs Key South Carolina Endorsement. Four Republican candidates attended the Faith and Family Presidential Forum at Bob Jones University in South Carolina last Friday. But the local Greenville News was more concerned with those who didn’t bother. “Trump, Kasich no-shows at BJU presidential forum,” the headline blared.

Read Full Article
 
Michigan Michigan bicyclist appeals $200 traffic ticket, wins Michigan bicyclist appeals $200 traffic ticket, wins Bicyclist ticketed with 'impeding traffic' challenged $200 ticket, won on appeal Michigan 13 minutes ago Flint Water Crisis 2 Flint health c
A bicyclist in Livingston County accused of impeding traffic appealed the $200 ticket and won when a circuit court judge found in his favor. A Michigan State Police trooper pulled over Tim Panagis of Ann Arbor in June 2015 and ticketed him for being in the road as he and other cyclists rode toward the right side of a lane.

Read Full Article
 
Pope suggests contraceptives could be used to slow spread of Zika
The Pope then pointed to a narrow exception to the church’s ban on most forms of birth control: His predecessor, Pope Paul VI, allowed African nuns to use contraceptives “in cases of rape,” Francis said. He did not explain the circumstances or what forms of birth control were used.

Read Full Article
 
Oakland Boy faces explusion after threatening to kill classmate Boy faces explusion after threatening to kill classmate 10th grader at Clarkston High admitted making the threat but said he was only joking, police said Oakland 15 minutes ago Michigan Draft
A Clarkson High School student faces expulsion after he admitted threatening to kill a classmate during class, according to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. The 16-year-old, 10th-grader from Independence Township told deputies he was friends with the girl, that he was joking and would never hurt....

Read Full Article
 
Flint Water Crisis 2 Flint health centers get $500,000 in lead crisis 2 Flint health centers get $500,000 in lead crisis The Department of Health and Human Services awarded $500,000 to two health centers amid the water crisis in Flint. Flint Water Crisis
The Department of Health and Human Services awarded $500,000 to two health centers amid the water crisis in Flint. The money will be split between Genesee Health System and the Hamilton Community Health Network to help respond to issues created by the lead contaminated water in Flint, according to a news release issued today.

Read Full Article
 
Macomb Police seek pickup driver who fled after hitting jogger Police seek pickup driver who fled after hitting jogger The boy, 15, is being treated for a broken leg, injuries in accident Wednesday night on Mound in Washington Township. Macomb 9 minutes a
The Macomb County Sheriff's Office is looking for help in identifying a pickup truck and driver who fled after striking and injuring a 15-year-old jogger in Washington Township on Wednesday night.. The Washington Township township teen told deputies he was jogging on the shoulder of Mound Road when he was hit from behind by a vehicle.

Read Full Article
 
Father Paul Scalia to deliver homily at service for justice
Father Paul Scalia will deliver the homily at the funeral mass for his father Justice Antonin Scalia Saturday, at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama, who will not attend the 11 a.m.

Read Full Article
 
Venezuela sponsor paid no money in 2015 - federation
CARACAS Venezuela's football federation (FVF) said on Thursday that chief sponsor, cash-strapped state oil company PDVSA [PDVSA.UL], did not pay the organisation any money last year. "In all of 2015 we didn't receive a single dollar from PDVSA," FVF president Laureano Gonzalez told a news conference in Caracas.

Read Full Article
 
Venezuela sponsor paid no money in 2015 - federation
CARACAS: Venezuela's football federation (FVF) said on Thursday that chief sponsor, cash-strapped state oil company PDVSA , did not pay the organisation any money last year. "In all of 2015 we didn't receive a single dollar from PDVSA," FVF president Laureano Gonzalez told a news conference in Caracas.

Read Full Article
 
Anita finalises divorce from pastor Chris Oyakhilome – Lawyers
Anita Oyakhilome wife of Lagos pastor Chris Oyakhilome has finalised her divorce from the clergy who is the head of Christ Embassy. Solicitors, Attwaters Jameson Hill, in a statement on her behalf, said the divorce was finalised on February 8 and hinted that she had dropped Oyahkilome from her name....

Read Full Article
 
EFCC seeks court’s order to seize all Tompolo’s properties until he appears
Anita Oyakhilome wife of Lagos pastor Chris Oyakhilome has finalised her divorce from the clergy who is the head of Christ Embassy. Solicitors, Attwaters Jameson Hill, in a statement on her behalf, said the divorce was finalised on February 8 and hinted that she had dropped Oyahkilome from her name....

Read Full Article
 
Detroit New mortgage program big boost for Detroit buyers New mortgage program big boost for Detroit buyers The Detroit Home Mortgage Initiative provides first and second mortgages so buyers can overcome low property values. Detroit 45 minutes ago Macomb
A new program to help Detroit home buyers finance purchases will guarantee 1,000 mortgages in a city where banks have been skittish about lending because of deeply depressed property values, Mayor Mike Duggan, bankers and charitable foundation leaders said today.

Read Full Article
 
Michigan Draft audit cites understaffing at Michigan vet home Draft audit cites understaffing at Michigan vet home The findings follow a 2013 decision to privatize nursing assistant jobs at the home in an effort to save $4 million. Michigan 40 minutes ago
LANSING — Lawmakers said Thursday they're disturbed after seeing a draft of a state audit, set for release Friday, which cites staffing shortages and mishandling of abuse complaints at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans. Care by nursing assistants, which was privatized at the facility in 2013 as a....

Read Full Article
 
Oxford-educated pastor raped two teenagers after grooming hundreds of children on Facebook
Timothy Storey was convicted of three charges of rape and one count of sexual assault ....

Read Full Article
 
Community meeting in ex-gang stronghold
Despite problems with graffiti, threatening behaviour, and vandalism, those living in the Hutt Valley area of Pomare and Riverside said it was a great community with a lot going for it. It's a revamped community, created after state houses were pulled down to make way for a new subdivision.

Read Full Article
 
No Holds Barred: When an American pastor justifies the Holocaust
Recently Sen. Ted Cruz came under fire for accepting an endorsement from evangelical Pastor Mike Bickle of Kansas City who said that Jews were punished in the Holocaust for failing to embrace Jesus. Hitler had become the hunter promised by the Prophet Isaiah. We’ll destroy Bickle’s repulsive arguments in a moment.

Read Full Article
 
Detroit New mortgage program big boost for Detroit buyers New mortgage program big boost for Detroit buyers The Detroit Home Mortgage Initiative provides first and second mortgages so buyers can overcome low property values. Detroit 13 minutes ago Macomb
A new program to help Detroit home buyers finance purchases will guarantee 1,000 mortgages in a city where banks have been skittish about lending because of deeply depressed property values, Mayor Mike Duggan, bankers and charitable foundation leaders said today.

Read Full Article
 
Macomb GM Tech Center hero: 'It was the right thing to do' GM Tech Center hero: 'It was the right thing to do' Didarul Sarder honored for stopping knife attack on a woman employee at GM Tech Center Macomb 13 minutes ago Detroit New mortgage program big bo
Didarul Sarder has been carrying a firearm for many years. He's never had to unholster it -- until last week. That act, authorities said, saved an stranger's life. Sarder, a parking valet supervisor at the GM Technical Center in Warren, was in a meeting Feb. 10 inside the building when valet drivers knocked on the door saying they needed help.

Read Full Article
 
Flint Water Crisis House unanimously passes $30M for Flint water bills House unanimously passes $30M for Flint water bills The money will be used to give a 65% credit on Flint residential water bills since April 2014, 20% for business bills Flint Water Cr
Flint’s chief financial officer, Jody Lundquist, told House members Wednesday that without the financial support from the state, “the city’s water fund is projected to run out of cash by this summer. Even with the appropriation, if public confidence cannot be restored and collections continue to decline, we’ll be out of cash at the end of 2016.

Read Full Article
 


Page 2747 of 2798

Free consultation

If you are a broadcaster or Christian program producer you can schedule a 15 min FREE consultation with an EGR specialist to help you evaluate all possible Int'l broadcasting options.

free 15 minute EGR consultaiton

We will call you back at a number and time of your convenience, and will gladly answer any question that you may have on how to broadcast your Christian message worldwide.

EGR local time

Verse of the day

Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me. Matthew, 25. 40

Polls

Is wealth an indication of God’s favor or blessing?