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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
Houses of worship struggle to balance security and belief in wake of violence Violence at houses of worship in recent years has congregational leaders adding security. But the move is sometimes at odds with their beliefs and their missions to the communit
It's hard to tell who has a gun at Fellowship of Wildwood church. The men stand silently at the edge of the crowd, as worshippers shrug off their heavy winter coats and sip from paper coffee cups before the Sunday service. Nicknamed the "sheepdog ministry," the group of about a dozen volunteers....
Tentative deal would block demotion of assistant fire chief in Lockport
The City of Lockport has reached a tentative court settlement to allow a 39-year veteran of the Fire Department to remain on paid leave until April 1 and then retire as assistant chief. The legal negotiations followed Michael Seeloff's demotion to captain by the city's civilian Fire Board after an early morning Dec.
Pressure on Fianna Fail and Fine Gael to form 'Grand Coalition' in latest poll
There's new urgency for the prospect of 'grand coalition' talks between Fianna Fail and Fine Gael. A Red C poll for the Business Post shows the electorate don't want to face a second election, any time soon. However the paper's political editor, Michael Brennan, says people are evenly divided on what government they'd like to see.
75 years since peace dawned on Europe
County Fermanagh, like many places in Northern Ireland and further afield, is liberally marked with poignant reminders of WWII. Some local wartime sites have been explored before on these pages, like Enniskillen’s former American Army base in Lower Celtic Park, where Supreme Allied Commander General....
Pastor Greg Laurie reflects on faith in the modern era: 'No one is beyond the reach of God'
Christian pastor and author Greg Laurie has tasted the bittersweet fruit that life has to offer. He has written 70 books, started a church, lost a son, become a grandpa, achieved national recognition in radio and media -- all while never knowing his real father. The one constant throughout it all was his belief in God.
Permalink to Presidential Election Was Not Rigged- MCP
The Main Opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) has finally admitted that 21 May Presidential Elections were free, fair and credible. MCP’s Publicity Secretary, Reverend Maurice Munthali made the sentiments on Sunday in an interview with a local radio station. He said the party cannot claim that 21 May presidential election was rigged.
Podcasts grow as alternative media form
Sheletta Brundidge shares a laugh with her son Andrew, 13, while recording an episode about his desire for more expensive sneakers as part of the series “Mommy & Me: Navigating The Teen Years Together,” Jan. 29, 2020, in Minneapolis. Brundidge, of Cottage Grove, is launching a series of podcasts for....
Skywatch: The birthday of a giant and a giant lunar coverup
Feb. 15 would have been the great Galileo Galilei’s 456th birthday. Without a doubt, he was one of the great cornerstones of modern-day astronomy. There were indeed others before him, including Nicolaus Copernicus, who came up with the theory that the planets, including our Earth, revolved around the sun and not the other way around.
Reverend Richard Coles Received A Posthumous Valentine’s Card From His Late Partner And Now We’re In Pieces
has revealed he received a Valentine’s Day card from his late partner, two months after he died. Appearing on the Radio 2 Breakfast Show to present Friday’s Pause For Thought segment, Richard told host Zoe Ball that he had been surprised to receive the posthumous card.
Hope springs amid the grief in Drogheda
Flowers are piled high on the grave of Keane Mulready-Woods this weekend. He's remembered as a son, a brother and a cousin. Amongst the funeral sprays of roses, carnations and gerberas, there's an arrangement in the shape of a scrambler bike. Keane's bike was his life and at his funeral on Thursday....
Today. Songs for a New World. BATESVILLE — The Lyon College spring musical-theater production, Songs for a New World, by Jason Robert Brown, will have its last performance at 2 p.m. in Sloan Auditorium of the Brown Chapel Fine Arts Building, 2300 Highland Road. Tickets are $10. Students, faculty and staff are admitted free with a Lyon ID.

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Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost Matthew, 28. 19


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