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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
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Sierra Wave Media’s Radio Personality Bob Todd died a year ago
Bob Todd died a year ago on Sunday, January 12 clad in his Forty Niner pajamas. He was 57. Bob was the longtime on-air morning host of the Bob Todd Show on Sierra Wave KSRW FM radio. Many of us would come to know and love that booming voice, the quirky sense of humor, and his musical taste.
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Obituaries, Tuesday, January 12th, 8am
Ocean FM has been informed of the following deaths: Teresa Loftus, Sligo and Ballina. Annie Nancy Laing, Templeboy. Eamon Mullen, Rosses Point and Riverstown. John McGuire, Stranorlar. John Cronin, Ballyshannon. Elizabeth Haran, Coolaney and Bunninadden. Ann Gallagher, Donegal Town. John Kelly, Drumkeerin.
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Espinoza: Prevention is better than cure
THE increase, though not extensive, in the new cases of Covid-19 has compelled the Augustinian priests that run Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño to discontinue the physical attendance of the devotees during the novena masses for the feast of Sto. Niño beginning yesterday.
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No politicians at Rātana in 2021 as celebrations made exclusive for church adherents
The decision to make the annual celebrations exclusive is due to internal issues at the pā, according to the MP for Te Tai Hauāuru, Adrian Rurawhe.
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Today in history
12 January 2021 (MIA) 1528 – Gustav I of Sweden is crowned king. 1554 – Bayinnaung, who would go on to assemble the largest empire in the history of Southeast Asia, is crowned King of Burma. 1808 – John Rennie’s scheme to defend St Mary’s Church, Reculver, founded in 669, from coastal erosion was....
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Concerns rise over BTJ center infection cluster
By Lee Hyo-jin Concerns are rising over an evangelistic religious sect showing an uncooperative attitude to the government's antivirus efforts, reminding many of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus which had been at the center of public criticism for not following state orders during the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic last year.
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'A holy war': How white evangelical christians fused with Trump extremism
Before self-proclaimed members of the far-right group the Proud Boys marched toward the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, they stopped to kneel in the street and prayed in the name of Jesus. The group, whose participants have espoused misogynistic and anti-immigrant views, prayed for God to bring “reformation and revival.
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Papal nuncio ‘blown away’ by Filipinos’ faith; warns priests against misusing priesthood
Papal nuncio to the Philippines Archbishop Charles John Brown has admitted being “blown away” by the faith and deep religiosity of the Filipino people but warned religious leaders not to use their priesthood for their own benefit. Archbishop Charles John Brown, the Apostolic Nuncio to the....
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How White Evangelical Christians Fused With Trump Extremism - The New York Times
WASHINGTON — Before self-proclaimed members of the far-right group the Proud Boys marched toward the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, they stopped to kneel in the street and prayed in the name of Jesus. The group, whose participants have espoused misogynistic and anti-immigrant views, prayed for God to bring “reformation and revival.
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This Day in History — January 12
1690: Protestant forces led by William of Orange defeat the Roman Catholic army of James II at the Battle of the Boyne in Ireland. 1773: The first US museum dedicated to the preservation of knowledge is established in Charleston, South Carolina. 1862: US Congress authorises the Medal of Honour. 1879: British-Zulu War begins in Africa.
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Cebu City basilica cancels Masses amid surge of Covid-19 cases
NO MORE PUBLIC MASSES . A devotee offers prayer as she visits the Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño in Cebu City to pay homage to the Holy Infant Jesus. On Monday, the Augustinian friars overseeing the basilica announced the cancellation of public novena Masses until the Fiesta Señor Day, starting on Tuesday (Jan.
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