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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
The Sedition of Donald Trump
Before Donald Trump got himself infected with the coronavirus, he had firmly secured his place as the worst president in American history. Now, after mocking Joe Biden at their first debate for mask wearing, Trump has proved to be a reckless superspreader, risking the lives of donors at a New Jersey....
French hostage freed in Mali arrives home in France
“It was with great sadness that I learned of the death of our fellow citizen,” Swiss Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis said in a statement. “I condemn this cruel act and express my deepest sympathy to the relatives.” Earlier Friday, 75-year-old French aid worker Sophie Petronin descended from a plane....
Venture Funders Flock to Religious Apps as Churches Go Online
(Bloomberg) -- Covid-19 has upended the traditional Sunday service, taking sermons from the pulpit to the screen. It’s sparking a long overdue digital awakening for churches across the country and investors are taking notice. The pandemic has given more people a reason to seek solace in God and....
Venture Funders Flock to Religious Apps as Churches Go Online
The pandemic has given more people a reason to seek solace in God and faith-based communities at the same time that houses of worship were forced to close their doors. Pastors have resorted to streaming on YouTube or Facebook Live in a bid to keep congregations engaged. Membership in spiritual apps has surged.
From the church to cricket - why supporting The Yorkshire Post is important to our county
“We’ve worked on some wacky things together over the years – from journeying to America in our trusty ‘Little Urn’ meeting Yorkshire expats craving a taste of home to visiting the tea producing nation of Rwanda to report on the growth in popularity of our beloved sport of cricket out there.
All That Could Burn
TEN DAYS BEFORE THE GLASS FIRE What are we doing here? When the air is red and the street lights are on at noon, we ask this question. When there are twenty-three major fires burning at once throughout California, and seventeen thousand firefighters battling them, we ask this question.
Mike Pence, the devotee of God and Trump | People
Mike Pence’s brothers (Columbus, Indiana, 1959) called him “the bubble” because he was chubby and funny. The six little ones – four men and two women – were entertaining each other with practical jokes and playing soccer, although the Bubble did not like the ball.
You decide how to use your vote We claim America doesn’t have a national religion, but we actually do. It’s called “winning.” by Randy Lynch | 9 mins ago
I’ve written about the dangers of tribalism but, this month, I’ll touch briefly on religion. We claim America doesn’t have a national religion, but we actually do. It’s called “winning” and the dogma of that religion lives loudly within us, especially in the two largest denominations of the faith: the Democratic and Republican parties.
Deaths in Leitrim - Sunday, October 11, 2020
The following deaths have occurred in the wider Leitrim area: Ellen Ann McTigue (née Shanley), Dun Rì, Carrick-on-Shannon, Leitrim Ellen Ann McTigue (nee Shanley) (Dun Rí, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim and formerly Derinaseer, Drumshanbo) 10th October 2020 (peacefully) at Sligo University Hospital surrounded by her loving family.
Oran Hall | Financial literacy an investment in yourself
ADVISORY COLUMN: PERSONAL FINANCIAL ADVISER. To be financially literate is to have the financial knowledge and skills to make effective financial decisions consistently. The financially literate knows and practices how to make, spend, save and accumulate money and is generally rewarded by achieving, to a great extent, established goals.
It took decades and a lot of faith for Colorado Springs pianist to chase his musical gift
You could call them angels, those who have saved life in one way or another. There’s his mother, Cynthia, who noticed her 3-year-old throw down his toys when a song came on the TV to pretend-play the keys along to the beat. Cynthia, a pianist herself, began to pass on the gift a couple years later.

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The tree is known by his fruit. Matthew, 12. 33


Is wealth an indication of God’s favor or blessing?