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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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No King Lears yet, but 2020 delivered many pandemic-made masterpieces
Getting audio file ... Audio for this article is not available at this time. This translation has been automatically generated and has not been verified for accuracy. Full Disclaimer At the start of the pandemic, a bit of conventional wisdom started circulating around arts circles that such calamities are actually good for the creative process.
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COMMENTARY: B.C.’s shuttered churches prompt coronavirus-era theological debate
British Columbia faith communities are wrestling with a fundamental question at one of the most sacred times of the year for many: Why am I allowed to go to a bar or a restaurant or a crowded Walmart, but I can’t go to church on Sunday? With the second wave of COVID-19 rolling over the province, the B.
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Businesses who have signed the Armed Forces Covenant (company names beginning with S)
10 December 2020. Addition of 'Shawbury United Junior Football Club', 'Shellshock Media CIC', 'SITECH Technology Systems Limited', 'Spice FM' and 'Synovum Limited' armed forces covenant pledges; 1 December 2020. Addition of 'Sheffield Cathedral', 'Sitec Infrastructure Services Ltd', 'Southwest....
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A New Virtual Tour Takes Us Inside Architect Edgar Miller's Masterwork
On the 1700 block of Wells Street in Chicago’s Old Town neighborhood, a curious red door is hard to miss. It looks like something that belongs in a medieval castle. Every inch of it is ornately carved. The brick façade around the door is studded with tiles laid in an idiosyncratic array of geometric patterns.
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Like Hanukkah, Dr. Ruth lights up the world | Faith Matters
Though Westheimer is not the girl, “this is important to me,” Westheimer said. “I do remember the first time in my life my father was not lighting the candles with me. My father was taken (from Frankfurt) to a Nazi labor camp in 1938.” Tonight starts the eight days of Hanukkah, the Jewish festival....
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Northern Ireland Lambeth Palace legacy talks: Victims' campaigner refuses to attend future meetings
A victims' campaigner has said he will not be attending any future legacy talks hosted by the Archbishop of Canterbury at Lambeth. K enny Donaldson, who represents Innocent Victims United, made the comments after a second meeting due to be held on Thursday was postponed after criticism from victims' groups.
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SA likely to see highest Covid rise after holidays: Call to ...
Hospitals begin to fill up again. Richards said the second wave would worsen the capacity problems in many hospitals, predominantly in the Eastern Cape, the Western Cape and the Garden Route, where hospitals were filling up rapidly. “We know that doctors who have been treating patients who contract....
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Punished and killed for being poor
Back of the perimeter wall at Farafangana prison. The prisoners escaped through the recess at the back on 23 August 2020. Vevetsy, the prison mascot His name was Jenetsy. But everyone - his family friends and fellow inmates - called him Vevetsy. He had grown up in the bush and loved wide open spaces.
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Meet the White House press secretary: Kayleigh McEnany on how God's plan led her to the podium
She was a “passionate and politically-charged” eight year old during the 1996 Dole vs. Clinton presidential race, trying to convince her classmates that Republican candidate Sen. Bob Dole of Kansas was the only choice — and the rest is history. Kayleigh McEnany, the White House press secretary, has....
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Restaurant win, skiing changes, seafood boost: News from around our 50 states
Arizona. Phoenix: The state’s death toll from the coronavirus pandemic surpassed 7,000 on Wednesday as it reported more than 100 additional fatalities from the virus. Arizona reported 4,444 additional COVID-19 cases and 108 deaths, increasing the state’s known totals to 382,601 cases and 7,081 deaths.
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Armed men abduct a child in Bor
A one-year-old boy was abducted Sunday by a group of armed men in the Werkok area, 25 kilometers north of the Jonglei State capital, Bor, authorities have said. Bishop James Deng of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan's Makuac Diocese told Radio Tamazuj that the boy identified as Thon Makuac Deng....
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