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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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Pence says he didn't accompany Trump to St. John's 'out of an abundance of caution' | TheHill - The Hill
to St. John’s Episcopal Church last week for a photo opportunity out of “an abundance of caution” but said he would have been “happy” to join him. “I was at the White House. And I was actually encouraged to stay at the White House out of an abundance of caution.
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I Was In Lafayette Square Before President Trump’s Bible Photo-Op. Now, I’m ...
On the late afternoon of 1st June, Toni Sanders headed to Lafayette Square, near the White House, with her wife and nine-year-old stepson. For days, Sanders had been out protesting the pattern of police brutality that was killing a growing and alarming number of Black people.
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Ann Mulhern
(née Giblin) Convent Court, Roscommon Town and formerly Strokestown. Sunday June 14th, 2020; (Peacefully), at her home, surrounded by her loving family. Beloved wife of the late Tom and grandmother of the late Laura. She will be very sadly missed by her heartbroken daughters Mary King (Corofin),....
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The aura of Madison Square Garden is unmatched in New York
It can be a star basketball or hockey player from New York to anywhere, or any basketball or hockey player or coach, or any boxer, or any announcer or announcer. Or it could simply be anyone who has dreamed of entering and entering the biggest and brightest stage of all: The most famous arena in the world.
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Sunday with Maureen Lipman: ‘I’m a vulnerable old heap, but I seem to be all right at the moment'
A morning routine? Radio 4 goes on the minute I wake up. If Sunday Worship – the church service – is still playing, I know to go back to bed. I drink homemade celery juice to level my thyroid, then settle down for a stint on the yoga mat if I can be bothered. And then I’ll potter indefinitely, now there are no longer friends coming over for brunch.
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Coping during a pandemic pt. III
Over the last view months, I have been interacting with family, friends and strangers online and one of the things I have noticed is the presence of compassion in most people no matter where they were from or their race. The pandemic has adverse effects on the world but lots of positive things are emerging.
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Meet our Lockdown Heroes winner and other inspiring South Africans
Other lockdown hero highlights. Tameka Mngomezulu Nominated by Pearl Mngomezulu. Randburg resident Tameka Mngomezulu and her cousins had wanted to support struggling communities for some time, and then the coronavirus pandemic struck. “We realised the lockdown caused such extreme risk for people who....
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Community leaders provide food to those in need
Over the course of the past few months, the community of Plumerville has come together to help provide food for those in need. Volunteers from local churches, including Mount Carmel Missionary Baptist Church, Plummerville United Methodist Church and Portland Missionary Baptist Church, as well as the....
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'Who wants to pay £10k for PowerPoint and Zoom lectures?' With school terms cut short and exam periods over, a Kent student weighs up the pros and cons of a new socially distanced university life....
With school terms cut short and exam periods over, Kent student Kelly Bellerson weighs up the pros and cons of a new socially distanced university life.... I should have been with my fellow classmates in the multimedia studios creating all sorts of digital content for my degree. Kelly Bellerson has finished her second year at uni.
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Paul Brenno interview: from the Air Force to filmmaking
Since he was a teen, Paul Brenno has been invested in photography, and making the best of a shot. But he knew he wanted to move into more moving images, and found a love of cinematography. Spending some time in the Air Force, Brenno got his degree in film studies after leaving and hasn’t looked back since.
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Guyanese were badly affected by outbursts of politicians
As we await the decision of GECOM on the results of the March 2, General and Regional Elections, the sensibilities of thousands of Guyanese were badly affected by outbursts from two regional politicians, one in the islands and the other right here at home in recent days. The first amazing outburst came from the mouth of Prime Minister of St.
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