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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
Christianity
Montenegro's Elections Bring Old, New Challenges Into Sharp Focus
Hitting adult milestones. Making relationships work. Settling into the anxieties of independence. And getting your own house in order. The political dominance of Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic and his Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) looks to be running into many of the same pressures as people do as they, too, near their 30s.
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5G masts in Exeter set to be given the go ahead
Controversial plans for two new 5G masts to be installed in Exeter are set for approval. Exeter City Council’s planning committee is being recommended to grant approval for the installation of the 15m high 5G telecommunication monopole in Cowick Street near the St Thomas Shopping Centre, and for a....
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Kenosha updates: Small group continues protest, while police arrest some past curfew Journal Sentinel reporters are in Kenosha in the aftermath of the police shooting of Jacob Blake and a fatal shooting during Tuesday protests. News | 4 hours ago
"During the investigation following the initial incident, Mr. Blake admitted that he had a knife in his possession," it says. Department of Justice agents "recovered a knife from the driver’s side floorboard of Mr. Blake’s vehicle." No other weapons were found. A search of the vehicle located no additional weapons.
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Here’s what’s closed, canceled or postponed in the Milwaukee area due to coronavirus concerns Here's a running list of what's been canceled or postponed in the Milwaukee area. News | 19 mins ago
CONCERTS AND PERFORMANCES. Canceled First Stage performances through the reminder of the 2019-'20 season; Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, performances, events, and educational activities through the end of the 2019-'20 season; UW-Whitewater’s "Summerround" performing arts 2020 season; Racine Symphony....
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Letters: What really happened in Kenosha, and why police are necessary
I anticipate some will miss the point I am making by arguing “how dare I compare killing a fetus to a disease that women have no control over?” My response: I neither seek to compare nor equate breast cancer to abortion. But such a question highlights a fundamental flaw in the reasoning of pro-life....
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NEVLEC celebrates 20th anniversary, focuses on education, staff, customers
CHARLESTOWN, Nevis –- The Nevis Electricity Company Limited (NEVLEC) presented a laptop each to the Charlestown and Gingerland Secondary Schools and the Nevis International School during a celebration of its 20th anniversary on September 1. NEVLEC’s theme for its anniversary is “NEVLEC at 20 — Powering Nevis into a sustainable and resilient future.
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Faith over Fear: Sept. 15 golf tourney raises funds for Faith Radio
Based on the number of listeners contacting Faith Radio, COVID-19 has increased the amount of people relying on the radio ministry. “While our numbers are not scientifically measured, we have felt a tremendous increase in the number of people who have tuned in and contacted us with many spiritual....
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Editorial: Brennaman should be fired; our role is to forgive Thom Brennaman is damaged goods in Cincinnati after using a homophobic slur and no longer belongs on the air calling Reds games. by Enquirer editorial board | Just now
Being the voice of the Cincinnati Reds is a privilege. Thom Brennaman should lose that privilege after using a homophobic slur on-air during the first game of a Reds-Kansas City Royals doubleheader last week. The Reds play-by-play announcer didn't know his microphone was on when he referred to an unknown place as "the f** capital of the world.
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Children’s television legend who first set sail from Lancashire
His creator, John Ryan, was an art teacher at Harrow whose life-long fascination with pirates began when his family moved to Morocco where, from his bedroom window, he caught glimpses of real pirate ships in the port of Rabat. Ryan replaced Pugwash with the bumbling special agent Harris Tweed, an Eagle favourite which ran for the next 12 years.
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SMALL SCREEN: This weekend we’re watching: Those who scam the scammers
‘Sakawa’, showing at the Encounters Documentary Festival, is an absorbing deep dive into Ghana’s scamming industry and the bizarre rituals that have grown around them. Scammers go to ridiculous and ingenious lengths to keep up the ruse... How do they do it? And more importantly, why? “I’m from....
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5 movies to watch this September
Mulan. Has there ever been a longer gap between a film’s premiere and its general release? Mulan had its red-carpet gala in Los Angeles on 9 March, but then... well, we all know what happened next. Its release was postponed and postponed again, and now at last Niki Caro’s live-action remake of the....
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I consider my life worth nothing to me, if only I may finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me--the task of testifying to the Gospel of God's grace. Acts, 20. 24

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