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Palau TV Outreach Provides Biblical Encouragement, Hope for Millions of Viewers

Evangelist Luis Palau recently engaged in five nights of call-in TV programming broadcast throughout the Spanish-speaking world and had the opportunity to offer biblical advice...

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Wycliffe Reports Dramatic Progress in Bible Translation

For the first time ever, the number of Bible translations in progress outnumbers languages without a project underway, according to new...

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Milestone Spotlight: Evangelism Explosion International

EE started in 1962 by the late Dr. D. James Kennedy. As a young pastor, Dr. Kennedy watched all his attempts to grow his first congregation go down the tubes.

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NRB: Encourage, Don’t Constrain Charitable Giving

NRB spoke out this week in defense of the charitable tax deduction, a proven policy that has been in place for nearly a century. Moreover, NRB asserted that the federal government should further encourage, not constrain...

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Pearl Harbor Remembered

Today is the 71st anniversary of the surprise attack at Pearl Harbor, "a Date which will live in Infamy," which forced the United States into World War II. Over 2,000 people are gathering in remembrance of this day, notably holding a moment of silence...

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House Panel Has Spectrum, Broadcast TV in View

Spectrum and other television broadcaster concerns, including Must Carry rights, are likely to stay front and center for the next two years, according to Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR), Chairman of the Communications and Technology Subcommittee of...

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DeMint to Leave Senate and Lead Heritage Foundation

U.S. Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) this week announced that he will depart from the Senate in January in order to become the new president of the Heritage Foundation. Senator DeMint will replace...

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Russia Trade and Human Rights Measures Approved

The Senate approved a bill Thursday normalizing trade relations with Russia after nearly 40 years of restrictions. Accompanying the repeal of the Cold War-era restrictions, lawmakers also included legislation known as “The Magnitsky Act,” which would...

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NRB to President, Congress: Cuts to Charitable Tax Deduction Could be “Devastating”

As the White House and Congress race to keep the nation from going over the so-called fiscal cliff, the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) is calling on the President and Congressional leaders to stand against proposals to eliminate or reduce tax incentives for charitable contributions.

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Save the Date: NRB Annual Business Meeting

The annual NRB Business Meeting will be held 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m., on Saturday, March 2, 2013, at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN. All NRB members are encouraged to attend.

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Kazakhstan Authorities Free Jailed Pastor

After nearly three months in prison, a pastor in Kazakhstan wanted for the “crime” of sharing Jesus was finally released on Tuesday.

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Galcom Installs 12 Radio Stations in Greenland

Five years ago, there was not a single Christian radio station in Greenland – the world’s largest island. Today, there are at least a dozen – more than half of which were installed just this past summer.

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Eight NRB Members Make Forbes List of Top 100 U.S. Charities

Eight NRB member organizations are ranked this year among Forbes’ list of the 100 largest U.S. charities.

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Member Spotlight: WallBuilders

WallBuilders is dedicated to presenting America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on our moral, religious, and constitutional heritage.

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Two-Thirds of Americans Say Don’t Touch Charitable Tax Deduction

New polling reveals that two-thirds of Americans don’t want the President and Congress to touch the charitable tax deduction in their search for more dollars to pull the government away from the “fiscal cliff.”

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Performance Tax Raised Again

An over-the-air performance tax was raised repeatedly in a House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing that was supposed to focus on webcasting royalties.

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