Featured Member Profiles


Responding to the poverty ravaging many areas of the world—victimizing families, children and the elderly—Cross International provides relief and development to aid the poorest of the poor worldwide in the name of Jesus.


Teen Challenge has helped thousands of men and women find freedom from their drug and alcohol addiction. Teen Challenge now has over 1,000 centers in over 80 countries around the world. Daily, Teen Challenge staff are reaching out to drug addicts, alcoholics, runaways – from the elderly to mothers with children to hurting youth – who come from every socioeconomic background. Teen Challenge in the USA currently has 196 residential centers with the capacity for over 7,000 students.


Guidelines is a Christian ministry that began in 1963 in response to Harold and Darlene Sala’s desire to spread the Good News of the Gospel. A non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, Guidelines is a non-commercial and non-denominational organization that depends completely on God’s provision and is supported by tax-deductible contributions.


For decades, ECFA has long been an active supporter and a member of NRB—the relationship has never been stronger than it is today. ECFA is also pleased to have over 60 NRB members as ECFA members.


Next Level Insights serves the Christian broadcast community as a media production and consulting agency. Their team includes voice talent, writing, and engineering capabilities. Unlocking the Bible with Colin Smith from the Chicago area is a featured client. Established in 2003, Next Level Insights is dedicated to helping organizations and ministries get to the next level by providing assistance in strategic planning, fund raising, marketing, and communications. The agency’s focus is on the small to medium sized client. Through their team of networked professionals we can deliver quality radio program production (long form and short form), website development, and print resources.


In 1917, while distributing Spanish Bibles in Guatemala, American missionary Cameron Townsend was challenged by his Mayan guide Fransisco Diaz to translate the Bible into his native Cakchiquel language. It was Diaz's long-held dream for the Cakchiquels to have Scripture in the language of their birth. Surely, Diaz told Townsend, God could speak to the Cakchiquels just as he could to the Spanish-speaking people. Townsend took the challenge and went on to learn the oral-only language, create an alphabet and translate the New Testament. The project took 10 years and inspired Townsend, in 1942, to found Wycliffe Bible Translators, named for John Wycliffe, the 14th-century Oxford scholar who first translated the Bible into English


Daily Disciples Ministries, Inc., founded by Bobbye Brooks and Tonilee Adamson in 2004, is a women’s non-profit based in San Diego, California. Bobbye and Tonilee started Daily Disciples in their home church writing and teaching Bible studies. What began as a small church study soon grew into a larger outreach to the community. Daily Disciples now reaches countless people on a global scale, being one of the first women’s ministries to utilize the power of Internet communication.


Now celebrating its 28th year of operation, Food For The Poor is the largest international relief and development organization in the United States, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy. Food For The Poor also received a 5-Star Financial Efficiency rating, the highest possible score from Ministry Watch, and Food For The Poor meets the Extensive Standards of America's most experienced charity evaluator, the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance.


Buckner International, based in Dallas, Texas, is a global Christian ministry that seeks to make life better for orphans, vulnerable children and families in the United States and around the world. Established in 1879, Buckner is one of the largest social service agencies of its kind and serves more than 400,000 people each year in more than 18 countries.


Answers in Genesis (AiG), best known for its popular Creation Museum near Cincinnati, Ohio, is a biblical apologetics ministry, equipping Christians to defend the Bible from the very first verse. Founded by Ken Ham in 1994, AiG promotes biblical authority in the culture (including the church), with a specific expertise in the area of origins and biblical history.


What started 27 years ago as an opportunity to help ministries take advantage of emerging technology, has grown into the only enterprise-wide donor management system developed exclusively for ministries. Over the past 27 years Frank Smith and his team have had the opportunity to help hundreds of ministries utilize technology to help fulfill their organization's mission.


Gospel for Asia’s vision is to share the Good News with the most unreached of Asia. The harsh reality is that 2.7 billion people of our generation are still unreached with the Gospel. Our focus and goal as a ministry is to reach people in the 10/40 Window who have never heard about God's love.


For 50 years, Pat Robertson and the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) has spread the Gospel to the farthest corners of the globe. Through God’s great faithfulness and the generous support of CBN partners, CBN has grown from a single television station into a global ministry.


Moody Bible Institute is driven by the belief that people committed to living and declaring the Word of God can actually change the world. Our core ministries—education, publishing and radio—exist to equip people with the truth of God's Word to be maturing followers of Christ who are making disciples around the world by proclaiming the good news of the gospel.


It’s always inspiring to see God use people in profound ways, especially those who have faced difficult challenges as a child. Such is the case with James Robison. He was born in 1943 in the charity ward of St. Joseph’s Hospital in Houston, Texas—the result of a forced sexual relationship. Despite his dysfunctional beginning, his life would be filled with hope.


The Salvation Army has been actively serving in the United States for 130 years with the mission of preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ and meeting human needs in His name without discrimination. It is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church, faithfully proclaiming the message of the Bible and motivated in its ministry by the love of God.