California Legislation Threatens Christian Colleges

When the California state legislature returns to Sacramento for business next month, a bill that puts Christian colleges in the cross-hairs could well be moved toward the desk of Governor Jerry Brown (D).

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NRB to Complete HQ Move from Manassas, Va., to Washington, D.C.

Starting Monday, July 25, the headquarters staff of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) will be operating from the association’s new office space in Washington, D.C.

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Reserve Private Space, Hold Events at Proclaim 17

Need a temporary headquarters for your organization during Proclaim 17, the NRB International Christian Media Convention in Orlando, Fla.?

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KCBI Shares Hope with Dallas Police Officers

In response to the tragic police shootings in downtown Dallas that resulted in the deaths of five officers, 90.9 KCBI started a ministry campaign encouraging their listeners to either pick up or download their new “Share Hope for Law Enforcement” cards.

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Voice of the Martyrs Hosting ‘Advance’ Conferences Nationwide to Shed Light on the Persecuted

As part of its ongoing effort to bring the message of the persecuted to light, the Voice of the Martyrs is hosting “Advance” Conferences throughout the nation.

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NRB Members Minister in Wake of Racial Tensions After Shootings

Members of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) sought to minister to their communities in recent days as Americans grappled with racial tensions resulting from the shooting deaths of black men and police officers.

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NRB Begins Transition to New Washington Office

The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) has relocated its Capitol Hill office to the organization’s new corporate headquarters at 1 Massachusetts Avenue NW, one block west of Union Station and just a few blocks from the United States Capitol Building.

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2017 NRB Media Awards: Final Call for Nominations!

NRB is still accepting nominations for the 2017 Annual Media Awards, but not for long.

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First Amendment Defense Act Gets House Hearing

Last year, as the U.S. Supreme Court was hearing oral arguments in the Last year, as the U.S. Supreme Court was hearing oral arguments in the Obergefell v. Hodges case that would lead to a judicial fiat re-defining marriage in the United States...

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FCC in the House This Week

The Communications & Technology Subcommittee of the House Energy & Commerce Committee this week hosted all five FCC Commissioners in an oversight hearing.

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BBG Leader Detained and Re-Buffed in Moscow

Just a week after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a sweeping law that will place major restrictions on religious activity, particularly evangelism, in Russia, another incident is now raising eyebrows about that nation’s trajectory.

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Ark Encounter Opens Its Doors to the Public

After years of planning and months of anticipation, Answers in Genesis’ Ark Encounter in northern Kentucky opened to the public on July 7.

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House Passes Bill to Protect Conscience Rights on Abortion

This week the House of Representatives voted to approve the Conscience Protection Act, a bill aimed at protecting healthcare workers and entities from being forced into providing abortions.

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‘In God We Trust’ Campaign Sweeps U.S. Ahead of 60th Anniversary

More than 70 faith-based organizations, hundreds of government leaders, numerous celebrities, and countless Americans across the nation have joined a nationwide effort to display “In God We Trust” as the 60th anniversary of the inclusion of “In God We Trust” in America’s national motto draws near.

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New Russian Law Punishes Evangelism

Despite pleas from religious organizations, business leaders, and human rights activists, Russian President Vladimir Putin this week signed legislation that includes heavy-handed requirements for speech on electronic media and restrictions on religious freedom.

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