Ministries Signing Petition Against New ‘Parking Tax’

When the monumental Tax Cuts & Jobs Act was being considered last fall, many ministries were focused on the protection of the charitable tax deduction.

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Supreme Court Rulings Give Free Speech Hope, Johnson Says

Two developments at the U.S. Supreme Court this week have favored – or at least given hope for – greater freedom of speech by religious citizens, according to Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, president and CEO of National Religious Broadcasters.

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NRB Stands for Religious Liberty on College Campuses

The Supreme Court of Canada severely undercut the principle of religious freedom last week when it ruled that Trinity Western University, a Christian liberal arts...

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‘Kid Vid,’ C-Band on FCC’s July Agenda

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai this week announced items he plans to have on the agenda at the commission’s next public meeting on July 12.

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Committee Considers New FCC Commissioner

The Senate Commerce Committee this week held a confirmation hearing for Geoffrey Starks, who has been nominated to take the Democrat seat on the FCC recently vacated by Mignon Clyburn.

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Let NRB and MultiView Help You Reach Christian Communicators!

NRB works together with its publishing partner, MultiView, to help you get in front of potential clients, partners, and supporters.

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Conservative Leaders Call on News Media, Social Media Giants to Stop Citing the Southern Poverty Law Center

A coalition of 48 conservative leaders and organizations have released an open letter to government agencies, news organizations, corporations, and social media platforms, pressing them to “dissociate themselves from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and its ongoing effort to defame and vilify mainstream conservative organizations.”

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The Light Listeners Donate Nearly $250,000 for Pregnancy Care Centers

Listeners of the Christian radio station The Light recently donated enough money to provide 1,426 women with ultrasounds and faith-based support through the station’s “Heartbeat of Hope” campaign.

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Religious Freedom Advocates Continue to Raise Awareness for Imprisoned Pastor Andrew Brunson

American Pastor Andrew Brunson is scheduled again for trial next month. Wrongfully detained in Turkey and denied due process rights for years, his story is stirring American and European government officials to action.

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Luis Palau Receives Prestigious Esperanza Spirit Award at National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast

Evangelist Luis Palau was honored with the prestigious 2018 Esperanza Spirit Award at the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast last week in Washington, D.C.

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KSBJ Educational Foundation Welcomes Joe Paulo as New President, General Manager

KSBJ Educational Foundation has promoted Joe Paulo to President and General Manager of 89.3 KSBJ and 91.7 NGEN Radio.

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Persecution of Christians Raised at North Korea Summit

Contrary to media reports that he would not, U.S. President Donald Trump stated that he did indeed raise human rights, and the issue of persecuted Christians...

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Internet Still Open As Title II ‘Net Neutrality’ Rules Are Rescinded

From the red alert symbols being used by a number of politicians and their allies, you might have thought the internet would grind to a halt when the FCC’s “Restoring Internet Freedom” order took effect on Monday.

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Tech CEO Bows to Pressure on Chick-Fil-A

Last weekend, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey learned that he had committed a great sin in the eyes of some when he ate at Chick-Fil-A.

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House Panel Advances PIRATE Act

A key House panel advanced legislation this week to enhance the FCC’s ability to crack down on pirate radio stations.

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NRB, NRBTV, and Bott Radio at #SBCAM18

NRB was among the exhibitors at the 2018 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Dallas, Texas, together with NRB members NRBTV and Bott Radio Network, which conducted interviews from the NRB booth.

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