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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

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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
Stick or Twist: Polish Voters to Reaffirm, Reject Duda’s Program
WARSAW – Polish voters are casting ballots on Sunday in a presidential run-off that has pitted the conservative nationalist incumbent Andrzej Duda against liberal Warsaw mayor Rafał Trzaskowski. Both candidates made the cut in the first round of voting, which had been delayed due to coronavirus, on June 28, with Duda coming out on top.
ELDER: The problem with politically correct history
Malcolm X, as a member of the Nation of Islam, preached anti-Semitism and called the white man “devil.” After the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Malcolm X dismissed the murder as a case of “the chickens coming home to roost.” In Spike Lee’s biographical drama, “Malcolm X,” a white teenage girl....
News Death of much-loved Mayo teacher 1 hour ago
The death has taken place of Maureen Murray (née Evans), Hawthorn Avenue, Castlebar, and late of Bantry, Co. Cork. The deceased was a member of the teaching staff of Balla Secondary School and news of her passing has evoked an immense sense of loss in the community at large.
News Today's Mayo death and funeral notices 1 hour ago
Predeceased by her sister Deirdre (London). Very deeply regretted by her loving family, son John, daughters Carol and Eavan and their father Frank, sister Fiona, brothers Kieran and Declan, grandchildren Oliver, Coen and Ivy, sons-in-law Paul and Steven, nieces, nephews, neighbours, relatives and friends.
Britons whose passports expire in next year should apply for new one now to prepare for post-Brexit travel
The Government is set to embark on an advertising blitz to help Britain adapt - Cabinet Office/Cabinet Office. Millions of Britons whose passports are due to expire in the next year are being urged to apply for a new one now, as part of a stepping up of efforts to prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period.
The Star: Migori… Form two drop out, failed electronic engineer invents automatic hand washing machine
Alexis Oketch never gave up his dream of becoming an electronics engineer even after dropping out of school in Form Two when his parents died in 1999. The opportunity to expose Oketch's knowledge and expertise came from an unlikely quarter - Covid-19. He has invented an automatic remote hand washing machine.
Salvation Army holds first pandemic drive-in Sunday service
There were about 40 vehicles in the parking lot of the St. John's citadel on Sunday, taking in the first pandemic drive-in service. (Heather Gillis/CBC) Last month, the Salvation Army announced it would keep its churches closed this summer, even though public health restrictions now allow....
Deaths in Limerick - July 12, 2020
The death has occurred (peacefully, at Tullamore Regional Hospital) of Bridie Treacy (née Fitzgerald) of Dromakeenan, Roscrea, Tipperary / Formerly of Doon, Limerick. Pre-deceased by her husband Jim. Deeply regretted by her son Martin, daughter-in-law Alison, sisters Kay and Marie, brother Nelius....
Doing the calls around my old newspaper buddies
Norfolk patriots remain steadfast in their belief that the more things change the more they seem to stay the same, even during periods of startling upheaval. That old adage has hit home with renewed force many times since our Cromer headquarters took on a bunker mentality in March.
Unsolved Murders: Reporters help to keep victims and their grieving families in spotlight
Patricia Doherty: Family endures agonising wait. The family of Patricia Doherty have faced more agony and despair than most will ever have to go through. The 29-year-old from Allenton Lawns in Tallaght was last seen on the evening of December 23, 1991, in the Firhouse area.
How 6 Problem-Solvers Tackled Pandemic Challenges In Their Neighborhoods
In April, Jackline Oyamo, 31, was laid off from her job as an electronic sales assistant at a shop in Kibera, one of the world's largest slums on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya. The curfews to control the pandemic meant fewer customers – and staff cutbacks.
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Render therefore unto Csar the things which are Csar's; and unto God the things that are God's. Matthew, 22. 21


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