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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
What happens when your end-of-the-world prediction is wrong
Earth’s shadow obscures the view of a so-called supermoon next to the statue of the angel Moroni atop the Los Angeles Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sept. 27 in Los Angeles. (Mark J. Terrill/AP) On Oct. 7, eBible Fellowship recommended that everybody listen to its....

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Synod Bishops looking for more autonomy, new insight, fresh language
At the Synod of Bishops on the Family this week, participants presented the results of their small language group work that has been going on behind closed doors for the past couple of days. Each group has been discussing the first section of the Synod’s working document, orInstrumentum Laboris, focused on the challenges facing family life today.

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As Rand Paul stalls, Ted Cruz seeks to pick up support among libertarians
NASHUA, N.H. — Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) came to a convention of libertarian-leaning Republicans and talked about shrinking government, slashing regulations, fighting against the bulk collection of phone data and his great affinity for a rival in the presidential race. “I love Rand Paul,” Cruz said. Paul, Kentucky’s junior U.

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Stephen Colbert’s “Pander Express” is a brilliant takedown of how Hollywood sucks up to China
Stephen Colbert has promised to follow Hollywood's example in sucking up to China -- a practice that has become a huge moneymaker for American film studios. In an episode of the "Late Show" this week, the host fawned over China's achievements and vowed to get himself some of that "sweet and sour renminbi.

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Fr Pat Barry: The day Frank Murphy ordained I should play Munster final
Barry already had a National Hurling League medal in his back pocket, won in the red and white of Cork, but for all intents and purposes inter-county hurling was in his past. “I wasn’t even training with the Cork panel at that stage,” he recalls now. “Gone.

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Msgr. Peter Dunne had a 'major impact' on many lives
Monsignor Peter Dunne, who worked alongside the founder of Boys Town, the Rev. Edward Flanagan, died late Thursday in his residence at the storied Omaha-area home for troubled youth. He was 96. Known as a pastor of northeast Nebraska parishes for more than half a century and as a regular voice on....

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Worshipculture Radio Set For "atmosphere Of
"There is nothing God will not do with a life that is wholly yielded to Him. When we live a life of worship, our every expression invites others to share of God to the degree that we have experienced Him. When we minister, people don't see us, they experience the God we carry.

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How the SAS parachuted into Occupied France to wage war against the Nazis
It was dirty work in other ways, too. Druce captured two agents of the Milice, the French pro-Nazi militia, and shot them out of hand — something that was originally censored in the official SAS diary of the mission. To add to the discomfort and danger, it was increasingly clear that the Allied armies would not be arriving any time soon.

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How the SAS parachuted into Occupied France to wage war against the Nazis
It was dirty work in other ways, too. Druce captured two agents of the Milice, the French pro-Nazi militia, and shot them out of hand — something that was originally censored in the official SAS diary of the mission. To add to the discomfort and danger, it was increasingly clear that the Allied armies would not be arriving any time soon.

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Voice of Msgr. Peter Dunne 'continues to be an inspiration'
Monsignor Peter Dunne, who worked alongside the founder of Boys Town, the Rev. Edward Flanagan, died late Thursday in his residence at the storied Omaha-area home for troubled youth. He was 96. Known as a pastor of northeast Nebraska parishes for over half a century and as a regular voice on the....

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Christie May Be Approaching His Ideal Weight
Chris Christie Weight Loss: I 'Feel Really Good' And Don't Want To Lose 'Much More' Republican U.S. presidential candidate New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie listens from the gallery as Pope Francis addresses a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress in the House Chamber in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 24, 2015 Reuters.

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