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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
How vaccine hesitancy could undermine Australia’s Covid response
One autumn afternoon in sun-drenched Mullumbimby, intensive care doctor Rachel Heap came across a crowd milling beneath a local telecommunications tower. Heap was exhausted. She’d spent the day treating Covid-19 patients at Lismore Base hospital. Near the Mullumbimby post office, she could see a....
As COVID-19 vaccine trials move at warp speed, recruiting Black volunteers takes time September 11, 2020 2:52 p.m. By Blake Farmer Some pharmaceutical companies are well into the final phase of clinical trials for a coronavirus vaccine. But efforts to rec
Black patients are some of the most reluctant to participate in clinical trials, according to FDA statistics . And their inclusion in the coronavirus vaccine trials has been a stated priority for the pharmaceutical companies involved, since African American communities, along with Latinos, have suffered disproportionately from the pandemic.
As COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Move At Warp Speed, Recruiting Black Volunteers Takes Time
Some pharmaceutical companies are well into the final phase of clinical trials for a coronavirus vaccine. But efforts to recruit patients from minority groups are just beginning.
Grassroots groups scrambling to avoid Latino census undercount amid COVID-19, early cutoff
Some of that fear stems from the Trump administration's attempt to add a citizenship question on the census, said Clarissa Martinez, deputy vice president at UnidosUS, a national civil rights organization. The Trump administration ultimately dropped the fight in July 2019 amid a protracted legal....
apple store tienda Juan Carlos Carvallo Villegas// LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Appointment of sole electoral reform commissioner
I am the host of Civic Vibes, a Radio Program for civic engagement on Q95 , where we identify and address matters of public concern in Dominica . I would like to raise the alarm of the potential sidelining of the constitutionally mandated Electoral Commission of Dominica .
Lonsdale Street Fair to host 27 vendors, live music, beer garden
Following the cancellation of Lonsdale Community Day, due to the coronavirus pandemic, Lonsdale Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Shanna Gutzke-Kupp wanted to support and promote local businesses and organizations in a creative new way. Combining that mission with the goal of bringing the community together, the Lonsdale Street Fair was born.
Tramel: Norman fantasy football league keeps the home fires burning
NORMAN — The IIWTCFL — If I Were The Coach Football League — began honorably. Founding father Dave Atkins, who worked at IBM in Oklahoma City and had heard from some colleagues about the new-fangled concept of fantasy football, formed a league and invited his pals over for the first draft. The year was 1981.
Mobilizing a Network of Women to Get COVID-19 Information to Rural Villages
Action for Vulnerable Women and Children (ASFEV) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) received funding from Internews’ Rapid Response Fund to provide information about the prevention and spread of COVID-19 to community residents in their local language in the Fizi territory of Sud-Kivu province.
Martha MacCallum, Award-Winning Anchor of Fox News Channel’s “The Story,” to Appear on Next Steps Forward with Chris Meek
STAMFORD, Conn., Sept. 11, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Martha MacCallum, award-winning anchor and executive editor of Fox News Channel’s The Story with Martha MacCallum, as well as co-anchor of Fox News Election Coverage, will appear on the VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network national podcast Next Steps Forward with Chris Meek on Tuesday.
COVID-19 took the life of a 94-year-old composer. He was working on a new album.
William Pursell could not wait to get back into a recording studio. The 94-year-old composer and musician spent the first half of the year arranging songs for a new album called “Lilacs,” a collaboration with his daughter Laura, a singer. The album was a blend of original tunes and American standards.
The ‘Commander’ returns to local radio: Around The Town
By Rich Heileman, Sun News BEREA, Ohio — Time was when the airwaves pulsed with the sounds of Doo-Wop, Rhythm & Blues, Rockabilly, Surf, Instrumentals and Hot Rod tunes and radios crackled with the antics of local DJs. No doubt fans of that era will be ecstatic to know that, after taking the summer off for some R&R, WBWC 88.

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What is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? Matthew, 16. 26


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