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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
CDC posts long-awaited tips for minimizing everyday coronavirus risk - Salina Post
The iced tea is flowing, and the women of Parsons High School’s class of 1969 are on a roll. A handful of them are circled up at a table in the increasingly crowded fellowship hall of St. John’s Episcopal Church, where yearbooks from 50 years ago are spread out at the front of the room and laughter....
'This has to stop': Indigenous artist calls for change after police shooting
As the investigation into the fatal police shooting of Rodney Levi continues , there are expressions of anger and disbelief from those who knew him in Metepenagiag First Nation. With tears running down her face, Indigenous artist Pauline Young said: "They shot an Indian. My blood," as she pointed to an RCMP cruiser sitting in the roadway.
INTERVIEW: Mahmoud El-Werwary reveals the recipe for renaissance and equation of obstruction
The forthcoming fall of the values of capitalism in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, a recipe of progress for the Arab and Islamic worlds, and the obstruction of enlightenment and the quest to reach it are among the ideas explored in this interview with Mahmoud El-Werwary.
Today in History, June 15
HIGHLIGHTS IN HISTORY ON THIS DATE. 1167 - The city of Copenhagen's official birthday, marking a dated document mentioning the city for the first time. 1215 - King John signs the Magna Carta, granting his barons more liberty, at Runnymede, England. 1381 - The three-day-old Peasants' Revolt ends in Britain with its leader Wat Tyler being killed.
Don Follis | Sheltering in place creates more time for books
With a shelter-in-place order in effect the last 12 weeks, I got a jump on some of the books that would have been pushed to my summer reading list. Here are a few that have jumped to the fore. When everything shut down in March, I went straight for John Kelly’s “The Great Mortality — an intimate....
DONALD TRUMP Two weeks later, Trump's attempt at iconic photo still fueling crises for president
So indelible were the pictures that night outside the White House that Lafayette Square has come to represent Trump’s inability to meet the moment. The layers of black fencing erected to close the park and surrounding streets became Fortress White House — a physical manifestation of the president’s distance from Americans’ cries for racial justice.
Coronavirus in NI on 14 June
Two new moderators - Reverend David Bruce of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland and the Reverend Tom McKnight of the Methodist Church in Ireland - have been speaking to Sunday Sequence about the impact of coronavirus on their vocation. Rev Bruce said churches are "reeling with reinvention".
Rev David Bruce: 'Racism is an evil that needs rooted out'
Image copyright Presbyterian Church in Ireland Image caption The Reverend David Bruce has been installed as moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. The new Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland has compared racism to sectarianism in Northern Ireland and said it must be "rooted out".
Big Brother: What ever happened to the winners? From Craig Phillips to Cameron Cole
is watching – as we were in the 18 years the groundbreaking reality series was on the air. On its 20th anniversary, and as Big Brother: Best Shows Ever launches on E4 tonight remembering some of the more iconic moments, now’s as good a time as any to check in on the winners.
How Trump's photo op sparked a crisis
Instead, the photo op proved calamitous. The episode caused an extraordinary breach between the commander in chief and the military. The Pentagon's top general, Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Mark Milley, and Defence Secretary Mark Esper, both of whom flanked Trump that day, scrambled to distance themselves from the spectacle.
Deaths in Longford - Sunday, June 14, 2020
Eithne Noonan (née Bannon), Rath, Abbeyshrule, Longford The death occurred, surrounded by her loving family at her home, in her 90th year, on Saturday, June 13 of Eithne Noonan (née Bannon), Rath, Abbeyshrule, Longford. Predeceased by her beloved husband William, brothers Bernie Joe, John P, and James and great-grandson Owen.

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Verse of the day

Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you. Matthew, 5. 44


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