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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
Beliefs: Gay Marriage Prompts a Call for Clergy to Shun Civil Ceremonies
If you read wedding announcements, you may have noticed that members of the clergy do not matter as much as they used to. More and more people are married by judges, or justices of the peace, or friends who get officiating privileges from the state. Others use what we might call “clergy lite,”....

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Game Day Preview: Senators vs. Bruins and Lightning
The Series So Far. The Ottawa Senators open a new year of hockey with a busy weekend, visiting Boston for a matinee game on Saturday, then hosting Tampa Bay on Sunday night. The Sens, who have split two games against each team this season, will be playing the Bruins in Boston for a third straight....

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How to achieve your goals in 2015
MANILA - It's common practice to make resolutions for the New Year. But most of these are not fulfilled, according to preacher and best-selling author Bo Sanchez. "Karamihan, we make very big emotional decisions sa umpisa ng taon. Eh hindi naman nafo-follow-up ng mga small decisions everyday, so....

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A salute to those lost in 2014
By Globe Correspondent December 31, 2014. Joseph P. Kahn ‘Visionaries don’t get things done,” Thomas M. Menino once observed. Boston’s longest-serving mayor was explaining his pragmatic approach to governing a city he knew intimately and loved deeply. His death in October prompted an outpouring of....

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Pope's mercy mission faces a familiar foe
It’s interesting, and, if I’m honest, a little bit frightening, watching Vatican politics just now. There is a more vocal, and growing, opposition to Pope Francis among those appointed by his predecessor Pope Benedict. This is especially true of the CDF which, it seems, might even try to silence the Pope himself soon.

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Filling out your 2015 calendar
January. 12 — After six years in office, Gov. Pat Quinn will turn over the Governor's Mansion (and a bunch of financial problems) to Republican Bruce Rauner. On the opposite side of the aisle, Democrat Carol Ammons will be sworn in as the first African-American state representative from Champaign County.

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Heroes of the Year
The year under review, 2014 had so many things that one would highlight for appreciation as well as personalities that this paper would love to place on the spotlight from different spheres of the society but the event which dragged Liberia as a country to its feet is what captured our attention for the year.

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Vodafone’s Rise Started With a New Year’s Eve Call
Britain’s first mobile phone call, 30 years ago, started a chain of events that led Vodafone from making radio equipment to becoming one of the country’s biggest companies. Like millions of other revelers, you may well have celebrated the new year by using your smartphone to call loved ones, or to text, tweet, e-mail or even link up by video.

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Patti Smith, Busy at 68, Awakens REM Frontman
The rock icon Patti Smith sings at New York's Webster Hall on December 29, 2014. Smith, who is celebrating her 68th birthday, is performing a series of intimate shows and is planning a second memoir to follow up her critically acclaimed book "Just Kids.". R.E.M.

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Mario Cuomo, Former New York Governor, Governor’s Father and an Eloquent Liberal Beacon, Dies at 82
Always given to self-doubt and second-guessing, Mr. Cuomo said that if he had any regrets about his governorship, it was that he had never identified himself with a large initiative that might have been his legacy, as the expansion of the State University of New York was for Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller.

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Why love and tolerance aren't too much to ask for... As this newspaper arrives with its unsettlingly futuristic 2015 date heading, it seems only right...
By Jane Graham – 02 January 2015 As this newspaper arrives with its unsettlingly futuristic 2015 date heading, it seems only right that we - or, to be honest, I, as I have shamefully and arrogantly refused to survey a single member of the public on this - put together a short, not unreasonable, list of hopes and dreams for the coming year.

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