Museum of the Bible Makes Grand Opening

Museum of the Bible opened its eight-story, 430,000-square-foot museum in Washington, D.C., to the public last week after years of anticipation.

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Legislation Introduced to Incentivize Giving at All Income Levels

Congressional efforts to reform the tax code are anticipated to come to a head in the weeks after Thanksgiving.

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Supreme Court to Consider Coerced Abortion Speech Case

Last autumn the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit sadly upheld a California law that compels pro-life pregnancy care centers to promote abortion.

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FCC Takes Action on Broadcast Ownership and NextGenTV

The FCC this week voted on partisan lines to update broadcast ownership rules and to authorize a new television transmission standard.

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Christian Filmmaker Alex Kendrick to Speak at Proclaim 18

Writer, director, actor, and author Alex Kendrick is scheduled to speak on Wednesday, February 28, 2018, at a Super Session during Proclaim 18, the NRB International Christian Media Convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Win a 3-Day Trip to Museum of the Bible in D.C.!

On November 17, Museum of the Bible will open its technologically advanced, 430,000-square-foot museum in Washington, D.C., just two blocks from the National Mall and three blocks from the U.S. Capitol.

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Film Based on Life of Luis Palau in Theaters October 2018; Sneak Peek at Proclaim 18

The Luis Palau Association, Ollawood Productions, and Rivka Entertainment Group have announced the forthcoming release of Palau, a legacy film based on the life of international evangelist Luis Palau.

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Ligonier’s Publishing Division Releases New Condensed Edition of Reformation Study Bible

Reformation Trust Publishing, the publishing division of Ligonier Ministries, recently announced the release of the Reformation Study Bible, Condensed Edition.

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The Master’s University: A Look Back at 90 Years

The Master’s University (TMU) first opened its doors as Los Angeles Baptist Theological Seminary (LABTS) in 1927, with 24 students and no permanent campus.

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The Voice of the Martyrs: It Started with One Imprisoned Pastor 50 Years Ago

Pastor Richard Wurmbrand left his apartment and headed to church as usual one Sunday morning in February 1948, but he never arrived at church that day.

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Member Spotlight: Lee Ann Mancini

Lee Ann Mancini is an award-winning Christian children’s book author and blogger for The Christian Children's Authors.

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NRB Members Participate in First-Ever Christian Media Summit in Jerusalem

Members of National Religious Broadcasters made several presentations during a “first-ever” Christian Media Summit hosted by the Israeli government, October 15-18 in Jerusalem.

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Delegation of U.S. Evangelicals Meets with Leaders of Egypt, Jordan

A delegation of American Evangelical leaders recently concluded a week-long trip to Egypt and Jordan that included meetings with government leaders, religious leaders, and a visit to a refugee camp near the Syrian border.

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Museum of the Bible to Open Its Doors November 17; General Admission Is Free

On November 17, Museum of the Bible will open its technologically advanced, 430,000-square-foot museum just three blocks from the U.S. Capitol.

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Andrew Palau Teams Up with Church Leaders in Côte d'Ivoire for Two-Year Outreach Effort

International evangelist Andrew Palau and his team capped the first half of a massive two-year campaign in Côte d’Ivoire with an evangelistic festival last month in the nation’s political capital, Yamoussoukro.

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NRB Members Respond to Deadly Shooting at Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas

This past week, the nation – still reeling from its deadliest mass shooting – was again brought to its knees after a shooting rampage during a Sunday morning service at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, claimed the lives of 26 people, and left 20 wounded.

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