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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
Black History Month Next Gen Trailblazers: The full list of people making a difference
Education expert Dr Nicola Rollock nominated by campaigner Baroness Doreen Lawrence The Baroness said: “She’s inspired me over the years because of all of the work she’s done around race relations and, more importantly, what’s happening within education.
Playgrounds, airport testing, mask outreach: News from around our 50 states
Arkansas. Little Rock: A school superintendent died Tuesday from the illness caused by the coronavirus, as a White House task force said the state continued to have one of the highest rates of new virus cases in the country. The Atkins School District announced that Superintendent Jody Jenkins died due to complications from COVID-19.
Death Notices Thursday 1st October, 2020
Esther Geraghty nee Keane. Corrib Park, Newcastle and formerly of Ballyglass, Ardrahan. Mass for Esther Geraghty will take place tomorrow Friday at 11:30 in the Church of the Sacred Heart, Seamus Quirke Road. Funeral afterwards to Rahoon Cemetery. Mass will be streamed live online. Donations, if desired to St.
Brighton duo Royal Blood release single ahead of next year's new album
Their patented, granite-heavy bass and drums attack is now flavoured by fresh influences: Daft Punk, Justice and the late Phillipe Zdar (one-half of Cassius and producer for the likes of Sébastien Tellier and Hot Chip). As a result, Trouble’s Coming infuses Royal Blood’s “bombastic uptempo energy with beats.
End of the world: Bible expert claims 'signs of the Second Coming of Christ' are unfolding
Pastor Paul Begley, a TV evangelist and online personality from West Lafayette in Indiana, US, for example, has interpreted solar activity as a sign from the Bible. The firebrand preacher who hosts the TV series The Coming Apocalypse believes time is running short and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ is near.
Election 2020: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern draw crowds during Nelson visit
Word got out about her visit, and a crowd of about 100 people met her as she arrived on Trafalgar St, where she posed for photographs and selfies, and chatted with locals. Managing to move away after about 15 minutes down Bridge St, she was greeted by the owner of The Swedish Bakery and Cafe,....
Double Standard: Joe Biden’s Catholic Faith ‘Informs His Values,’ Amy Coney Barrett’s Is a Threat
Democrats, the media, and leftwing activists generally faun over former Vice President Joe Biden for his Catholic faith while claiming Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett’s Catholicism is a threat that must not infiltrate the institution.
Trump says Proud Boys should ‘stand down’: US election news
Donald Trump and Joe Biden went back on the campaign trail on Wednesday after a debate that often felt like a chaotic verbal brawl. Trump travelled to Minnesota, a state he hopes he can turn in the wake of racial justice protests there. Biden set off on a train tour of Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Friday prayer
Jumu'ah. Jumu'ah or jum`ah صلاة الجمعة ṣalāt al-jum`ah , "Friday prayer"; نماز جمعه , Namaz Jumah; Cuma Namazı , Juma Namazi), is a congregational prayer ( ) that hold every Friday, just after in the place of Zuhr prayer . Muslims pray ordinarily five times each day according to the sun's sky path regardless of In Qur'an.
Ybor City, dominoes and porch politics: Charlie Miranda is Tampa old-school
The Tampa where Charlie Miranda grew up is slowly disappearing. It’s a world of domino tables and cigar shops and gathering spots filled with old men who grew up in Ybor City and West Tampa, natives long outnumbered here by newcomers. Miranda is one of Tampa’s most recognizable political faces — a....
Poll: Majority of Minnesotans believe police are biased against Black people
A majority of Minnesotans say that the criminal justice system doesn’t treat Black and white people equally and that George Floyd’s death was a sign of broader problems in policing, according to the newly released MPR News/Star Tribune/KARE-11 Minnesota Poll.

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Verse of the day

Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal: But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven. Matthew, 6. 19


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