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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
Oregonians with coronavirus: Longtime Boring fire official Bob Rykken loved the outdoors and old cars
Rykken died May 8 at a Tigard rehabilitation center about a week after he was diagnosed with coronavirus, said Linda Rykken. He was 83. By Noelle Crombie | The Oregonian/OregonLive Robert Rykken was working at an auto body repair shop in Damascus when his boss suggested he apply for a job as assistant chief for a local rural fire department.
WATCH: House Judiciary Hearing On Police Violence
The hearing is the first public congressional meeting on policing following the killing of George Floyd. Floyd's brother, Philonise, will be a key witness. Watch it live beginning at 10 a.m. ET.
The Down Days Is an Eerily Prescient Pandemic Novel
In 1962, at a girl’s boarding school in rural Tanganyika (present-day Tanzania), three students started laughing. When the teachers tried to get them to stop, the girls became violent. One became so overtaken with laughter that she started undressing; she was hospitalized for three days and treated with valium.
BLM protesters draw up ‘hit list’ of 60 ‘racist’ statues they want torn down
James George Smith Neill - monument - Ayr, Wellington Square. Colin Campbell, Lord Clyde – Statue - Glasgow, George Square. Sir Robert Peel - Statue - Glasgow, George Square. Henry Dundas – Statue - Edinburgh, St Andrew's Square. Grey's Monument - Newcastle Upon Tyne, Grainger Street. William Armstrong - Memorial - Newcastle Upon Tyne, Eldon Place.
News “A great crisis may prove a veritable school of strength and leadership,” says Archbishop Michael Neary
“It might be said that any crisis contains opportunity for growth. For the discovery or rediscovery of purpose. And a great crisis may prove a veritable school of strength and leadership. We pray that this may now be the case for the Church across the island of Ireland. “It has surely been a strange time.
Lee Edwards: George Floyd unrest and 1968 riots – what we can learn, how we move forward
Before we declare the riots of 2020 the worst in U.S. history, we should look at the nationwide riots of 1968 that followed the wanton murder of Martin Luther King Jr. at a Memphis, Tenn., motel. Over 100 cities exploded, led by Washington, D.C ., Chicago, Baltimore and Kansas City, resulting in....
Lee Edwards: George Floyd Riots and 1968 Riots: What We Can Learn, How We Move Forward
Over 100 cities exploded, led by Washington, D.C., Chicago, Baltimore, and Kansas City, resulting in more than 40 deaths, the arrest of 15,000 mostly black Americans, and damage of tens of millions of dollars. Washington was the epicenter of looting and violence. Thirteen people died in D.C., all but one black.
Watch live: House holds hearing on race and police brutality
George Floyd's brother, civil rights leaders and law enforcement officials are among those scheduled to testify Wednesday at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on issues of of racial profiling, police brutality and lost trust between police departments and the communities they serve.
A love letter to my friends of color
It was 1990 when Donna Britt, a gifted writer for the Washington Post , crafted her most famous column, “A Valentine for Black Men.” Three decades later, readers remember that heartfelt work. Inspired by Britt, and trying to find a cool spot in a world on fire, I offer this tribute of gratitude to my African American friends and colleagues.
The Archbishop of York's daughter prays for Black Lives Matter movement
The Archbishop of York's daughter has prayed for the Black Lives Matter movement in a service to mark her father's retirement as the second most senior figure in the Church of England. Dr John Sentamu took part in a virtual church service - featuring his wife and daughter - to mark his last day before he retires from the role after 15 years.
Brooklyn man, 20, who 'stabbed police officer is immigrant with possible ties to terrorism'
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Thursday praised the New York Police Department hours after two officers were shot and one was stabbed in an ambush attack in Brooklyn while they were on anti-looting patrol. The comments from the governor came just days after he apologized to the NYPD for criticizing their failure to stop looting in Manhattan.

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I consider my life worth nothing to me, if only I may finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me--the task of testifying to the Gospel of God's grace. Acts, 20. 24


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