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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
PM admits he asked White House to invite Brian Houston to state dinner
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed he ask the White House to invite Hillsong founder and his spiritual mentor Brian Houston to be invited to a state dinner in Washington last year. Mr Morrison and his department have repeatedly refused to answer questions about the invitation, claiming it....
No 10 blocks access to EU warning system as virus cases increase globally
However, despite the Department of Health wanting to continue membership of the Early Warning and Response System (EWRS) as part of the UK’s post-Brexit EU trade deal, Downing Street has ruled this out warning it did not want to blur the UK’s current set of requests.
Stars turn out to farewell John Laws’ princess Caroline
RADIO legend John Laws shared the moment his beloved Princess told him she loved him for the first time with mourners at her funeral in Sydney today. Caroline Laws died aged 82 after a battle with cancer at the Woolloomooloo wharf home she shared with the husband she first met when they were teenagers almost 70 years ago.
I did no wrong in Bayelsa judgement – Olanipekun
By Vivian Okejeme. Legal luminary, Wole Olanipekun (SAN), said he did no wrong in the suit by the All Progressives Congress (APC) and its governorship candidate, David Lyon, to seek review of the Supreme Court judgment on Bayelsa State governorship election.
Super Tuesday test: Biden looks to blunt Bernie's rise
LOS ANGELES - The dizzying fight for the Democratic presidential nomination reaches a critical juncture on Tuesday as millions of voters from Maine to California head to the polls. Sen. Bernie Sanders, who has energized liberals and young voters, is seeking to pull away from the rest of the field,....
Funeral for Caroline Laws held in Sydney 32 minutes ago
Caroline Laws has been farewelled in a funeral in Sydney today after losing her battle with ovarian cancer last week. The wife of radio legend John Laws, who was affectionately referred to as "the Princess" on air for many years, died on February 24 at the age of 82.
Augustine Echema: The making of a bishop 15 mins ago Columnists
The consecration of Reverend (Dr) Augustine Ndubueze Echema on February 13, 2020 as the Bishop of Aba Diocese in Abia State is the climax of a successful priestly vocation of Echema (as he is fondly called by his peers). As his former classmate at the St. Peter Claver’s junior seminary, Okpala, I savored Echema’s early life as a junior seminarian.
Coronavirus live updates: 2 new cases confirmed in Georgia
It doesn't seem like it was that long ago that I flew to Columbia for my first South Carolina Primary in 1992, when I watched Bill Clinton launch himself towards the Democratic nomination with a big victory. Sometimes the Republicans are the big story, while this year it was the Democrats again.
Person run over during repossession argument
In an unprecedented wave of support just before a 14 state primaries on Super Tuesday, Democrats from around the nation moved to consolidate their support for former Vice President Joe Biden on Monday, as two primary opponents of Biden joined him in Texas to publicly endorse his campaign on the eve of Super Tuesday.
Is Ghana ready to manage coronavirus? – OccupyGhana asks
Pressure group, OccupyGhana, wants authorities in Ghana to “have a Plan B” ready in the event the deadly COVID-19 (Coronavirus) hits the country. It has issued a statement calling on the health systems to be on the alert as well as advising the public to adhere to preventive measures.
Buttigieg’s White House bid ensures place in LGBTQ history
NEW YORK (AP) — A divisive debate over same-sex marriage animated the 2004 presidential election as voters across the country approved constitutional amendments banning such unions. Sixteen years later, with those bans invalidated and his husband by his side, Pete Buttigieg became the first openly....

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