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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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Trump’s National Day of Prayer During CCP Virus Crisis Nettled Critics, but America Still a Praying Nation
WASHINGTON—Secular media critics were outraged when the White House made public earlier this month a photo of Vice President Mike Pence leading members of the Coronavirus Task Force in prayer for the nation and for their work. The internet promptly exploded.
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Crescent City
The arrival of the news was anything but subtle. Like many parents across Louisiana, Jill Fitzpatrick learned about the coronavirus-related school closures through the wild flurry of messages illuminating her cellphone. CHALMETTE HIGH SCHOOL: The Chalmette High School Voices will present "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" at 7 p.
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World COVID-19 afternoon update March 20: Death toll rises in Washington State
District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser made the announcement Friday as health officials confirmed the first coronavirus death in Washington, D.C. Dr. LaQuandra Nesbitt, the director of the district’s health department, said the 59-year-old man had a “complicated medical history” and was admitted to a hospital last week.
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Ex on the Beach star David McIntosh launches shocking furious rant after being stranded in Peru
CELEBRITY Ex on the Beach star David McIntosh has launched into a furious tirade after being left stranded in Peru. The reality star shocked fans with his hours-long rant that covered several Instagram stories and started with him slamming Air France and ended with him blaming China for the current pandemic.
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Holy Boycott: Coronavirus forces new order at worship centres
Leaders of the various denominations of churches yesterday instructed their clerics to comply strictly with the directive just as many Islamic faithful in the state stayed away from the Friday Jumaat service. Many event planners and event centres have also begun to cancel programmes they had earlier booked for in compliance with the directive.
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Latest on COVID-19 in Minnesota: Virus continues statewide spread
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Minnesota increased to 89 on Thursday, according to state health officials, up from 77 the previous day. But the actual number of people sickened by the novel coronavirus is likely much higher as the state grapples with a shortage of testing supplies.
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From sanctuary to Facebook Live, Minnesota churches scramble to get online
“It’s very weird to be leading a worship service while the doors of our building are locked,” said Pastor Joel Bergeland of Mount Olivet Lutheran Church in Plymouth. “Faith is happening, even if we don’t see it.” This weekend will be a trial run for many, with unprecedented numbers of faithful watching.
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Coronavirus: How to help the rural elderly?
Image caption Carol Shoesmith lives hundreds of miles from her children. People aged over 70 have been told by the government to prepare to self-isolate for potentially a "very long time" to help tackle the spread of coronavirus. But what will life be like for those in the countryside, often far....
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Fourth Sunday of Lent: Faithful urged to put aside gadgets to be able to reflect in silence
“The Lenten message of Pope Francis is clear – put aside our gadgets this Lent to be able to reflect in silence. Our gadgets usually distract us from the peace and quiet that we need for self-examination and reflection,” said Boac Bishop Marcelino Maralit, Jr. over Church-run Radio Veritas.
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News Mass demand crashes website
Such was the demand online for Masses that the web service carrying the Diocese of Kerry's multiple feeds crashed amid thousands countywide clamouring for spiritual succour. Those who tuned in witnessed unprecedented scenes before the site went down - of the former Bishop of Kerry Dr Bill Murphy and....
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News St. Brigid's School celebrate 50th anniversary year mass
St Brigid's School hosted a special anniversary mass to celebrate fifty remarkable years since the school opened in Dundalk. The thanksgiving Mass was celebrated by Archbishop Eamon Martin, in the Holy Redeemer church. The Archbishop was joined Monseigneur James Carroll, Fr Patrick Rushe, Fr Shajan....
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