Senator Attacks Pompeo for Religious Beliefs

Another Democrat Senator has attacked an executive branch nominee because of his religious beliefs. This time the victim was CIA Director Mike Pompeo, who has been nominated to be U.S. Secretary of State.

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Wreaths Laid at Yad Vashem Memorial Center as Israel Remembers Holocaust Victims, Heroes

Mark Jenkins, president of Words of Victory and a member of the NRB President’s Council, participated in Israel’s official Holocaust remembrance ceremony on April 11 and laid a wreath on behalf of NRB at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Center Jerusalem's Warsaw Ghetto Square on the Mount of Remembrance.

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NRB Members Pray for Bush Family After Passing of First Lady Barbara Bush

NRB members have been encouraging prayers for the Bush family following the passing of former first lady Barbara Bush on Tuesday.

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NRB Members React to The New Yorker’s ‘Truly Creepy’ Take on Chick-fil-A

A commentary in The New Yorker has many – conservatives and liberals – shaking their heads, with some calling the piece “incredibly bigoted,” “disappointing,” and “media hypocrisy at its best.”

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Trial Date Nears for American Pastor Imprisoned in Turkey

A court date is set for Pastor Andrew Brunson in Turkey on Monday. Brunson is a U.S. citizen who pastored churches in Turkey for more than two decades.

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Music Licensing Legislation Advances in House

The music licensing terrain in Washington is often complicated and controversial.

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NRB Today Receives Evangelical Press Association’s Award of Excellence for Fourth Straight Year

For the fourth consecutive year, NRB’s weekly e-newsletter, NRB Today, was recognized with the Evangelical Press Association’s (EPA) Award of Excellence in the “E-Newsletter (Digital)” category.

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NRB Leaders Resolved for Reconciliation and Peace in the United States

This week Americans across the nation commemorated the powerful legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 50 years after the shock of his assassination in Memphis, Tennessee.

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Facebook CEO to Face Congressional Committees

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has agreed to testify before House and Senate committees next week in the wake of intense congressional concerns over data privacy.

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NRB Welcomes Newly Elected, Re-Elected Standing Committee Members for 2018

NRB has released this year’s list of members and chairs for NRB's Standing Committees – several of whom were nominated and elected for the first time during Proclaim 18, the NRB International Christian Media Convention held February 27-March 2 in Nashville, Tennessee.

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FamilyLife Production 'Like Arrows' in Theaters May 1, 3

FamilyLife has teamed up with the Kendrick brothers to produce a parenting movie that will release in theaters for two nights only – May 1 and May 3.

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Ligonier Ministries Encourages Christians Around the World to Pray for Awakening

Ligonier Ministries has published a free prayer guide to encourage Christians everywhere to pray for the Holy Spirit to bring revival in response to the preaching and teaching of God’s Word in their families, churches, and communities.

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TV Journalists Megan Alexander, Kelly Wright Share Insights at Proclaim 18

Television journalists Megan Alexander and Kelly Wright were among the speakers at the Super Session on “Writing, Acting, and Broadcasting as a Christian” held on Friday, March 2, during Proclaim 18, the NRB International Media Convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

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The Easter Antidote to Sin

Sin is in the news. It always has been, since there was news. This is discouraging.

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American Christian Leaders for Israel to Host Summit in D.C. to Celebrate Israel’s 70th Anniversary

This May, as the modern state of Israel celebrates its 70th anniversary, American Christian Leaders for Israel will host the Israel: Seventy & Strong Summit in Washington, D.C., to send a message both to Washington and abroad that Christians will stand with Israel in unity and strength now and for years to come.

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Congress Continues CPB Funding Amid Questions

The $1.3 trillion omnibus appropriations law pushed through Congress last week gave the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) reason to cheer.

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