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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
The Democrats’ Cult of Pragmatism
When politicians and pundits implore voters not to put their faith in candidates with more expansive visions, they frequently say they do so for the sake of the voters themselves. As Clinton put it in the documentary (reviewed on page 66 of this issue), “I feel so bad that people got sucked into it.
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Broken, fragmented health-care system failed daughter who died by suicide, family of Taylor Pryor says
It was on a clear and warm autumn day in 2018 that Taylor Pryor's life began a spiral toward a tragic end. She collided mid-air with a fellow soccer player — both jumping for the ball — during a game with the women's soccer team at the Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg. Taylor didn't lose consciousness, but she sustained a concussion.
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Dustbowl | Athens | Mach 9
TAGS: Music Greek band Dustbowl performs an evening of American folk-rock at the Church Sessions 5 series of live events at St Paul’s Anglican Church in downtown Athens. The band, which describes its sound as “mother Earth rock,” was founded in 2006 and has played in numerous venues in the Greek capital.
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The best of Czech classical music, part nine: Ktož jsú boží bojovníci
Did the outnumbered Hussites defeat the crusaders at the Battle of Domažlice by singing? Modern-day historians are sceptical. But for František Palacký, Alois Jirásek and other Czech historians and writers of the Czech National Revival movement, the answer was clear.
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Paul Kerensa among the writers heading for the 2020 Fishbourne Literary Festival
And that’s what he finds himself thinking he really ought to do: “I think I should find what I do and stick to it… and then my brain starts saying ‘Oooh, what about writing a crime cookbook?’ Paul will be talking at this year’s festival on Sunday, March 29 from 10-10.45 under the title Writing TV, Books, and Everything Else That Crops Up.
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Trevor Phillips dismayed at Labour suspension over Muslim comments
, the former head of the equalities watchdog, has condemned Labour’s decision to suspend him from the party over alleged Islamophobia, while defending his view that the UK Muslim population are “different”. Phillips, a pioneering anti-racism campaigner who previously chaired the Equality and Human....
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Parma Water Summit addresses flooding issues, stormwater management: Sun Postings
By Carol Kovach, special to cleveland.com PARMA, Ohio – Two Parma City Council members are hosting the third annual Water Summit 6-8 p.m. March 12 at West Creek Reservation’s Watershed Stewardship Center, 2277 W. Ridgewood Drive, Parma. The event is free, and residents are encouraged to attend, said....
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Nigerian Newspapers: 10 things you need to know this Monday morning
Upon the governor’s arrival at the area, youths of Mmahu community repeatedly shouted “Onye Oshi Vote, Onye Oshi Vote” (meaning “stolen votes” in Igbo language), throwing bottles and sticks at the convoy. 2. The International Emergency Management Society (TIEMS), has advised President Muhammadu....
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‘My life is not over. But it feels like it is sometimes’: the Rev Richard Coles on losing his partner
D eath is par for the course for the Rev Richard Coles. Whether it’s pastoral care for the bereaved, discussions about the afterlife with parishioners or being called out to perform the last rites – death comes with the job. But since his partner, the Rev David Coles, died in December, a lot about death has taken Coles by surprise.
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Obituary: Miranda Ward, music journalist who was the first female broadcaster to be heard on Radio 1
Born: January 21, 1946; Died: December 23, 2019. MIRANDA Ward, who has died aged 73, had the distinction of being the first female broadcaster to be heard on Radio 1 when it was launched on 30 September 1967 interviewing Beatle George Harrison. As a rock journalist on music papers, she was hired as....
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Here's What Happened with Coronavirus on Campus Today
As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts rises, Harvard administrators have detailed a series of plans to prevent its arrival and contain a potential outbreak on campus. In response to the virus, they have discouraged all non-essential travel and prohibited University-related....
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