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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
Joel & Victoria Osteen Announce AT&T Park in San Francisco for 7th Annual "America's Night of Hope"
HOUSTON July 21, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On Saturday, August 8, 2015 Joel and Victoria Osteen will hold their 7th annual "America's Night of Hope" at AT&T Park; an evening of hope and inspiration expected to draw tens of thousands from across the country. "Victoria and I love the people of California ," said Pastor Joel Osteen .

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Al Sharpton on what Donald Trump could learn from James Brown
In a sitdown with Washington Post reporters and editors Tuesday, the Rev. Al Sharpton offered his assessment of the GOP's leading candidate for president, Donald Trump. Let us prepare you. It involves James Brown, Las Vegas and a winding metaphor about ambition, transformations and ego. First allow Sharpton to set the stage as only Sharpton can.

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Pope Francis has chosen social media star Robert Barron for Los Angeles auxiliary bishop
Robert Barron (Courtesy of Word on Fire ministries) Pope Francis has named Chicago priest Robert Barron one of three new auxiliary bishops of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, a move some insiders are calling noteworthy because of his wide social media presence.

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Andy Burnham: Labour made a mess of welfare bill vote
Leadership contender says his party is ‘crying out for leadership and that is what I have shown’, following rebellion against Harriet Harman’s call to abstain. Andy Burnham, who described the welfare bill as ‘unsupportable’, went on to abstain. Photograph: Mark Kerrison/Demotix/Corbis. Tuesday 21 July 2015 17.

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The Ashes: Kevin Pietersen the elephant in the room as England look to solve their top-order problems
No comeback: Andrew Strauss doesn't want KP in the picture. There is more chance of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Pope having a night on the sauce and stumbling off the last Tube singing I've Got a Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts than KP taking on Australia's glut of Mitchell brothers - Grant, Phil and Billy - in this series.

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Bishop of Limerick predicts that deeper lay involvement will bring church closer together
The Catholic Bishop of Limerick is predicting that the deepening involvement of lay people in diocesan affairs in response to the fall off in priestly vocations will b... By using this site, you consent to accepting cookies that we place on your computer. Click to view our Privacy Policy.

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Burnham admits Labour welfare 'mess'
Andy Burnham has been strongly critical of the Welfare Bill. Labour made "a mess" of its approach to the government's Welfare Bill and is "crying out for leadership", Andy Burnham has said. The leadership hopeful said he had agreed to abstain on the key vote because he was "not prepared to split the party".

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Burnham defends welfare vote approach
Andy Burnham has been strongly critical of the Welfare Bill. Labour did not take a "strong enough position" over the government's Welfare Bill and is "crying out for leadership", Andy Burnham has said. But the leadership hopeful said he had agreed to abstain on the key vote because he was "not prepared to split the party".

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Enugu: Gov Ugwuanyi Finally Grapples With Governance
After he was sworn in on May 29, 2015, as the third elected governor of Enugu State in the current democratic dispensation, Ifeanyi Lawrence Ugwuanyi, former member of the House of Representatives, seemed not to know what to do with the enormous power entrusted in his care.

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Labour 'undermined' by rebellion
First Harriet Harman took a stand - saying Labour had to wake up and listen to voters on welfare. Then she compromised - tabling an amendment designed to sidestep a row. And then almost 50 rebels ignored her instructions. Were she Labour's permanent leader, her authority would be in tatters. But it's not about her; she'll be gone by the autumn.

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Welfare bill: Labour is in emotional trauma after revolt, says David Blunkett
The Labour party is in emotional trauma, former home secretary David Blunkett has said after just under a quarter of Labour MPs defied the party whip and voted against government welfare plans. Harriet Harman, the interim leader, had urged Labour MPs to send a message to the electorate that they....

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