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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
Can anything come out of Nazareth
By Andrew Keili. John 1:45-46. How many of us enjoy being cynical, on occasion? Well I do sometimes. Some of us are cynicism addicts, often addicted to asking cynical questions about our country like the one Nathanael asked about Jesus: Can anything good come out of Nazareth? Can anything good come....
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When Olanipekun builds for God 1 hour ago
His father could be described as poor as a church rat in terms of material wealth! But Pa Isaac Olanipekun of blessed memory was as rich as Croesus when it comes to the fear of God, charitable character, community service, humility, compassion and Christian eschatologies. For good 17 years, Pa Isaac Olanipekun who passed on in 1999 served St.
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Coronavirus: more countries will adopt Italy's measures, says Austrian leader
Austria’s chancellor has said other European countries will be forced to adopt containment measures as drastic as Italy’s, after Rome placed a quarter of the population in lockdown in an effort to halt the rapid spread of the coronavirus. As the head of the World Health Organization praised Italy’s....
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Who are some of Europe's most inspirational female role models?
With her “Mail order for marriage hygiene”, she made a contribution to social change and a freer way of dealing with sexuality, against the toughest opposition from the judiciary and church. Today Beate Uhse is judged ambiguously. For many feminists, Flensburg is a red cloth.
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Hannah Clarke and her children laid to rest in a single shared coffin
Hannah Clarke and her three children are laid to rest in a single shared coffin after hundreds gathered to remember the family who were brutally murdered last month. Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk were among the mourners at the Brisbane service.
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Impressive Panel at the Baltimore ‘ULMII’ Entertainment Conference Saturday, April 18, 2020
*Entertainment industry panelists on Saturday April 18, 2020 at the 21 st annual “Uplifting Minds II” Entertainment Conference in Baltimore will bring experiences that span from the stages of Broadway, the law office of entertainment’s elite to the urban communities via directors of art/music and youth centers.
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Elbow bumps replace handshakes; otherwise church attendance largely intact amid coronavirus As the number of reported coronavirus cases in Massachusetts more than doubled over the weekend, typical flu-season protocols were in place at Boston area houses o
As the number of reported coronavirus cases in Massachusetts more than doubled over the weekend, typical flu-season protocols were in place at Boston area houses of worship Sunday: Elbow bumps largely preempted “May peace be with you” handshakes, and congregants partook of Holy Communion minus the....
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Vietnamese Montagnard Ends Prison Term, Goes Home in Failing Health - Cambodia News Gazette
A Vietnamese ethnic minority Montagnard jailed for almost 16 years for demanding land rights and religious freedom has completed his prison term and returned home in failing health, the Central Highlands resident said, speaking to RFA on Thursday. Y Ngun Knul was sentenced in in 2004 in Vietnam’s....
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Hannah Clarke and her children to be laid to rest in a single shared coffin
Hannah Clarke and her children remembered as hundreds attend funeral service in Brisbane. Updated March 09, 2020 11:26:43. Hannah Clarke and her three children will be laid to rest in a single shared coffin as hundreds gather to remember the family who were brutally murdered last month.
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The monks who bought their own Scottish island
Image caption The ruins of St Nicholas' Chapel date back to the 11th Century, but are built on top of an even older church. Twenty years ago, an order of Catholic monks bought a small Orkney island where they could practice the Latin Mass. They are continuing a religious tradition which gave Papa Stronsay its name.
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Pongala today amid Covid-19 vigil
Thiruvananthapuram: Around 350 volunteers of disaster management authority task force of the district administration, 250 volunteers of green army of city corporation, health department staff and residents associations will observe strict vigil during the Attukal pongala festival on Monday, which is....
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