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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
SIPTU wants the government to mandate face coverings on public transport
Plans on how to hold a general election during the Covid-19 pandemic are being drawn up by government. It'll see voting spread out over a number of days, there'll be postal votes for 'cocooners' and polling stations in nursing homes. According to the Irish; Parents are being urged to monitor their....
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Typhoon leaves 1 dead, extensive damage in Philippine towns
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Strong winds and rain from Typhoon Vongfong left at least one person dead and damaged hundreds of homes and coronavirus isolation facilities along with rice and corn fields in five hard-hit eastern towns, a governor said Friday. Gov.
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The world in brief
Storm's Philippine hit deadly, disastrous. MANILA, Philippines -- Strong winds and rain from Typhoon Vongfong left at least one person dead and damaged hundreds of homes and coronavirus isolation facilities along with rice and corn fields in five hard-hit eastern towns, a governor said Friday. Gov.
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16 further deaths from Covid-19 in the country
Phase one of the easing of Coronavirus restrictions will begin next week. Cabinet has signed off on the move which will see construction sites, DIY and hardware stores open from Monday. People will also be allowed to play golf or tennis and meet in groups of; More than 7,200 children are waiting for an assessment for physiotherapy with the HSE.
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People are flocking to services online, on TV and on radio
More people are tuning in to online Christian services than attended church before the coronavirus lockdown, religious leaders have said. Major Mark Sawyer, the leader of Norwich Citadel church, said more than 2,000 people have been tuning in to his online Sunday services, compared with around 300 who would attend pre-lockdown.
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Attorney general aide defends ad spending
Attorney General Leslie Rutledge's chief of staff Friday defended to state lawmakers Rutledge's spending of $1.7 million in state funds on television and radio advertising this fiscal year. The Republican attorney general's office spent $1.1 million with The Communications Group in the quarter that....
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Netflix new arrivals this week: ‘White Lines’, ‘The Love Birds’ and the ‘Kimmy Schmidt’ interactive special
One of the greatest animation shows of all time, a new interactive special, and one more show from the creator of ‘Money Heist’ dominate the list of Netflix arrivals. New arrivals on the streaming platform this week sees the mastermind behind Money Heist , Álex Pina, team up with the producers of....
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Other days
100 years ago. May 16, 1920. • The Third Division Horse Show, although hampered by a little rain in the afternoon, passed off with flying colors and fine sport for all concerned. The program opened at 10:30 yesterday morning and continued, with an hour's interval at noon, until 5:30 o'clock. No accident spoiled the day, and Lieut.
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Millions turn to Christianity in face of coronavirus crisis
More people are tuning in to online Christian services than attended church before the coronavirus lockdown, religious leaders have said. Major Mark Sawyer, the leader of Norwich Citadel church, said more than 2,000 people have been tuning in to his online Sunday services, compared with around 300 who would attend pre-lockdown.
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People are flocking to services online, on TV and on radio
More people are tuning in to online Christian services than attended church before the coronavirus lockdown, religious leaders have said. Major Mark Sawyer, the leader of Norwich Citadel church, said more than 2,000 people have been tuning in to his online Sunday services, compared with around 300 who would attend pre-lockdown.
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People are flocking to services online, on TV and on radio
More people are tuning in to online Christian services than attended church before the coronavirus lockdown, religious leaders have said. Major Mark Sawyer, the leader of Norwich Citadel church, said more than 2,000 people have been tuning in to his online Sunday services, compared with around 300 who would attend pre-lockdown.
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There came wise men from the east to Jerusalem, saying, Where is he that is born King of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east, and are come to worship him. Matthew, 2. 1

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