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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
Christianity
Anti-gay preacher whose disciple was arrested following West End assault is coming to Vancouver
Lynn’s Cross Canada Tour, announced last week, is set to kick off this weekend in British Columbia. Lynn plans to begin in Victoria on Saturday, Aug. 28, before coming to Vancouver, Aug. 29-30. “We’re hoping to plant Christ’s Forgiveness Ministries street teams and ministry centres in every major....
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Latin America's evangelical churches hard hit by pandemic
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Some 400 men and women spaced themselves across a sprawling worship hall, praying through face masks with arms raised for the health of friends and family suffering from the coronavirus. The congregation of Managua’s Bethel Restoration church knew the pandemic’s wrath: Two....
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Richard Osman: 'I wish I were cooler but I'm not'
Image copyright Penguin Random House. We've come to expect the unexpected from Richard Osman, the affable frontman on quiz shows Pointless and House of Games. Both are arguably two of the most inventive in their genre of the last decade, throwing, as they do, convention forcefully to the wind.
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Crime scene stands out in Stephenson slayings
For the families of victims killed in unsolved murders, life has been at a standstill for a long time, even before the pandemic arrived. Over the next several weeks, The Enquirer will highlight a series of cold cases, summarized and analyzed by the journalists whose careers largely focus on unsolved murders: the creators of Cincinnati.
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Latin America's evangelical churches hard hit by pandemic
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Some 400 men and women spaced themselves across a sprawling worship hall, praying through face masks with arms raised for the health of friends and family suffering from the coronavirus. The congregation of Managua’s Bethel Restoration church knew the pandemic’s wrath: Two....
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Latin America's evangelical churches hard hit by pandemic
MANAGUA – Some 400 men and women spaced themselves across a sprawling worship hall, praying through face masks with arms raised for the health of friends and family suffering from the coronavirus. The congregation of Managua’s Bethel Restoration church knew the pandemic’s wrath: Two of its pastors....
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Latin America's evangelical churches hard hit by pandemic
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Some 400 men and women spaced themselves across a sprawling worship hall, praying through face masks with arms raised for the health of friends and family suffering from the coronavirus. The congregation of Managua’s Bethel Restoration church knew the pandemic’s wrath: Two....
Read more...
 
Latin America’s evangelical churches hard hit by pandemic
MANAGUA, Nicaragua - Some 400 men and women spaced themselves across a sprawling worship hall, praying through face masks with arms raised for the health of friends and family suffering from the coronavirus. The congregation of Managua’s Bethel Restoration church knew the pandemic’s wrath: Two of....
Read more...
 
Decades later, Sharpton still insists: No justice, no peace
NEW YORK (AP) The Rev. Al Sharpton sat quietly in his office in late July, watching the final funeral service for Rep. John Lewis on a wall-mounted television. Instead of flying down to the memorial in Atlanta, Sharpton had remained in New York; he had work to do.
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Decades Later, Sharpton Still Insists: No Justice, No Peace
“I want to be able to show that the movement is not dead,” Sharpton said. For more than three decades, Sharpton, 65, has been a go-to advocate for Black American families seeking justice and peace in the wake of violence and countless incidents that highlight systemic racism.
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There is an answer from above, says Bheme
Arts Reporter Afro Jazz artiste Fulton Bheme has dropped a video, which encourages people to look to Heaven for divine intervention. The video is off his 11-track debut album, “Mukudzei”, which he released in 2018 and he urges people across the globe need to look up to God in trying times.
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