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EGR European Gospel Radio

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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
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Harnessing Rhymes, Jingles and Poems to Improve Students/Pupils Language Skill At an Early Age
It must be known that a limited vocabulary doesn't help for a wider reading. It goes without saying apart from expanding one's horizon of thinking, reading has the significance of developing one's word power and literary competence. Hence all along the road from childhood to maturity, uploading....

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Sam Leith: Bless me, doctor, for I have a lazy son and ugly feet
We may not be getting through on the telephone but now, at least, we have a clue as to who is. A report compiled from a survey of 200 doctors about the reasons they’re approached for appointments contains some distinctly non-medical questions. “GPs report that while such requests are not new, they now occur far more frequently,” says the survey.

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Catholic priest apologises for comment Jill Meagher would be alive if she was 'more faith-filled'
Twenty-nine-year-old Jill Meagher was raped and murdered by Adrian Ernest Bayley in Melbourne in 2012. Bayley is now serving a life sentence for the crime but recently hit headlines again when he was convicted of three more rapes in the months before Jill’s murder.

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Revealed: How rich are McIlroy, Neeson, Branagh and Nolan new
UK Companies House reveals little about Rory’s growing fortune. But it does show he keeps a slice of his wealth in the UK - and in the family. Rory’s London-registered Boywood Ltd -- which has assets of nearly £2m -- has, since November 2011, included his dad Gerry and mum Rosie as co-directors.

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Children From Hell
IN the circumstances we find ourselves right now, our country is at a cross road as we await the result of the Presidential election of March 28, 2015. We are, therefore, in a tense situation. Because of this, I won’t write on policies, politics and governance during this period. That is why I have chosen this topic this week.

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Historic Vic church fire suspicious: cops
Some people are devastated a historic Melbourne church has been gutted by fire, but others are happy to see it burn. Arson chemists are yet to determine the cause of the suspicious blaze which destroyed St James Church in Brighton early on Monday morning.

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Sebastian Vettel finds his mojo for Ferrari at... When Nico Rosberg joked with Sebastian Vettel in Melbourne a fortnight ago that he hoped Ferrari...
But yesterday, in the searing heat of Sepang, the man some thought was washed up last year rediscovered his mojo. The German drove a superbly judged, strategic race which made full use of his car's superior tyre wear and put Ferrari back in the winners' enclosure for the Malaysian Grand Prix.

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The man who could replace Jeremy Clarkson
THE man tipped to replace sacked Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson once went on a 17-hour bender and quit the BBC after becoming a self-described “twat”. Radio Two breakfast host Chris Evans is the bookies favourite to take the role at the high-profile show which draws 350 million viewers a week after....

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From card reader to mind reader
Yesterday was Palm Sunday, the commemoration of Christ’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem on a borrowed donkey. As we fashioned crosses out of the palm fronds, I reflected on how the man who rode the donkey is now a household name. Wondrous are the ways of God. Many of those who ride private jets today will be forgotten even before they die.

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Trade minister says Australia set to sign MoU to help "influence final shape" of AIIB
CANBERRA, March 30 -- The Australian federal government is poised to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that will enable Australia to participate as a founding member of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), Trade Minister Andrew Robb said on Monday.

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Fire at St James Church in Brighton a 'relief', says actor Rachel Griffiths
Screen star Rachel Griffiths, who made her first communion at St James, said she was left feeling "elated" on hearing news of the fire on Monday morning because of its history of abuse. "I think its always been a difficult building for us to drive past, because there's so much tragedy and complicated feelings," she told radio station ABC 774.

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