• 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
Christianity
Burundi elections too dodgy for Catholic Church
A statement from Burundi's bishops said that "after considering the manner in which the elections have been organised and the way they are evolving", the Church had asked priests who serve in electoral commissions across the country step down. The announcement came the day after Burundi's main....

Read Full Article
 
Catholic Church says withdrawing support for Burundi elections
Burundi's influential Catholic Church on Thursday said it was withdrawing its support for upcoming elections in the crisis-hit central African nation. A statement from Burundi's bishops said that "after considering the manner in which the elections have been organised and the way they are evolving",....

Read Full Article
 
Catholic Church says withdrawing support for Burundi elections
A statement from Burundi's bishops said that "after considering the manner in which the elections have been organised and the way they are evolving", the Church had asked priests who serve in electoral commissions across the country step down. The announcement came the day after Burundi's main....

Read Full Article
 
Catholic church says withdrawing support for Burundi elections
BUJUMBURA: Burundi's influential Catholic church on Thursday said it was withdrawing its support for upcoming elections in the crisis-hit central African nation. A statement from Burundi's bishops said that "after considering the manner in which the elections have been organised and the way they are....

Read Full Article
 
Catholic Church says withdrawing support for Burundi elections
BUJUMBURA,May 28 – Burundi’s influential Catholic Church on Thursday said it was withdrawing its support for upcoming elections in the crisis-hit central African nation. A statement from Burundi’s bishops said that “after considering the manner in which the elections have been organised and the way....

Read Full Article
 
Catholic Church says withdrawing support for Burundi elections
church- image source donjuanbeachresort. Burundi’s influential Catholic Church on Thursday said it was withdrawing its support for upcoming elections in the crisis-hit central African nation. A statement from Burundi’s bishops said that “after considering the manner in which the elections have been....

Read Full Article
 
Irish gay marriage vote defeat for all humanity - Vatican
The Irish vote to allow same-sex marriage was a “defeat for humanity”, a senior Vatican official said yesterday in the first high-level reaction from the Holy See to last week’s landmark referendum. “Not a defeat for Christian principles, it was a defeat for humanity,” Vatican Secretary of State....

Read Full Article
 
AFP ‘should have seen Monis letter’
Labor legal affairs spokesman Mark Dreyfus said Senator Brandis should have referred Monis to the Australian Federal Police or the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation when the self-styled sheikh wrote to the Attorney-General last October. Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop declared the....

Read Full Article
 
Church, laws against Tongan PM's idea for CEDAW referendum
Tonga's Catholic Church says it is unlikely there will be a referendum on whether the country should ratify a controversial women's rights convention. Public opinion in Tonga is divided over the convention known as CEDAW, with opponents concerned it will pave the way for the legalisation of same sex marriage and abortion.

Read Full Article
 
Labor ‘point scoring over cafe siege’
Labor is trying to score a “cheap political point” from the tragic Martin Place siege by questioning Attorney-General George Brandis’s failure to alert police that Man Haron Monis desired to contact Islamic State “caliph” Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the government says.

Read Full Article
 
Church, laws against Tongan PM's idea for CEDAW referendum
Tonga's Catholic Church says it is unlikely there will be a referendum on whether the country should ratify a controversial women's rights convention. Public opinion in Tonga is divided over the convention known as CEDAW, with opponents concerned it will pave the way for the legalisation of same sex marriage and abortion.

Read Full Article
 


Page 4467 of 5249

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

If thy right hand offend thee, cut it off, and cast it from thee. Matthew, 5. 30

Polls

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