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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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Steven M. Sipple: Big Ten schedule release calms Twitter waters -- for about 48 hours
It's all sort of humorous, but not really. Many people are passionate about college football. Fans want to know if it's going to happen in 2020. They want straight talk. They want reliable reporting. You can find it, but you have to wade through a lot of muck. You might have to crawl through the briar.
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Elizabeth Bruenig: ‘Racism makes a liar of God’
FILE - In this July 9, 2020, file photo, protesters gather in front of district attorney's office in Salt Lake City. Some Black Lives Matter protesters in Utah could face up to life in prison if they're convicted of splashing red paint and smashing windows during a protest, a potential punishment....
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Tipperary deaths and funeral details, August 9
JOHN (WALLY) WALSH Ard Cruidin & late of St. Joseph's Park, Nenagh, Tipperary. Unexpectedly at home. Predeceased by his beloved father Ger and brother Michael. Deeply regretted by his loving mother Theresa, brothers Ger & David and sister Therese, grandmother Kitty, aunts and uncles, brother-in-law....
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Leaders were slow to bring COVID-19 testing to Latino communities. Now people are sick.
In 20 of 27 states that reported positive coronavirus cases by ethnicity, growth among Latinos has outpaced overall growth since Memorial Day, according to a USA TODAY analysis. Nationwide, Latinos have been four times as likely as whites to be hospitalized, according to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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25 Years Gone: The Day Jerry Garcia Died Remembered by Bill Walton, Bruce Hornsby, Perry Farrell, More - Variety
I found the Grateful Dead, or maybe they found me. I’m not sure. That’s the way it works in the world of the Grateful Dead. Because they’re traveling salesmen, and they sell hope, and they sell purpose, and they sell passion, and they sell all the things that I believe in and try to live for and stand up for.
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From Bug Tussle to Tarzan, here are 40 of the oddest Texas town names and the stories behind them
It’s plain to see where certain Texas town names come from. For example, Round Rock, Sugar Land and College Station tote some exceptionally literal names. But tons of other Texas towns, from Nameless to Uncertain and Bug Tussle to Frognot, flaunt names with less obvious origins. Below we list 40 unusual Texas town names and the stories behind them.
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Coronavirus won’t stop Souls to the Polls in Florida — but it will look different
“We’re not laying down on voting,” said Carl Johnson, pastor of the 93rd Street Community Baptist Church in West Little River and moderator of over 41 churches in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. “We’re emphasizing that we still must vote.” According to fliers circulating among churches and....
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Freddy drops fifth album in style
PREACHER and musician Tapiwa Freddy says videos are a way through which a message can reach a wide audience. His comments come as he releases his latest eight track album Area 1 which is accompanied by four videos. Due to the current coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown, the album was launched in style, on four radio stations on Thursday.
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Gloria DeNard, Who Educated Through Jazz, Is Dead at 93
Gloria DeNard studied voice at the Juilliard School. She sang on CBS Radio and toured the world as a U.S.O. performer. But it was offstage, as an educator and activist, that Ms. DeNard made her biggest impact. She created her own Juilliard in East Harlem. Ms. DeNard opened Manna House Workshops in 1967.
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The Long Fall of Jerry Falwell Jr.
Jerry Falwell Jr. speaks at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, where Donald Trump was officially nominated as the party's candidate for president. Brian Snyder / Reuters A s president and chancellor of the country’s largest Christian university and the son of one of the....
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Reflections from "That Further Shore": A Constitutional Lawyer's Immigrant Family History
John D. Feerick, Photo Fordham University School of Law. The book in its initial stages (18 years ago) was to be a story of my parents, both of whom emigrated to America from Ireland in their late teens. The idea of writing such a book, rather than on the Constitution as my earlier book efforts,....
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