South Korea witnessed its largest-ever mass baptism earlier this month when 4,946 Korean soldiers gathered at the Korea Army Training Center (KATC) in Nonsan for a baptism service and ceremony organized by FEBC Korea in celebration of its 60th anniversary.
The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), the world’s preeminent association of Christian communicators, is recruiting a Director of Membership to provide strategic direction and leadership for the Membership Division to recruit, maintain, develop, and serve the association membership.
The President of NRB and several of the association’s members signed on to a multi-faith statement released on Aug. 9 calling on the California Assembly to abandon a bill that specifically targets religious schools that wish to uphold tenets of faith counter to the state’s position on sexual orientation and gender identity. A day after the letter was released, the bill’s sponsor announced he will remove the most egregious provisions while retaining others of continuing concern.
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association moved the location and dates for its World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law new legislation that severely limits Christians’ freedoms. Meanwhile, other NRB members are grappling with implementation of the new law and its potential impact on their ministries.
FRC Action’s Values Voter Summit (VVS) in Washington, D.C., is bringing Bible-believing Americans from across the nation together next month to inform and mobilize citizens about religious freedom, military readiness, national security, the protection of our children, and more.
Last week NRB members Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) and the Heritage Foundation partnered to host a fascinating event analyzing the legacy and modern-day implementation of “hate speech” laws in Europe.