There’s Hope Ministries, located in metropolitan Atlanta, with founder and president Dr. Richard Lee, is comprised of four ministries, each with their own mission and purpose.
Time to Revive encourages believers to embrace their relationship with Jesus Christ and to share the Truth that transforms lives.
Total Living Network (TLN) is a Christian television content provider. TLN produces compelling and informative family programming through three owned and operated stations in Chicago, San Francisco and Las Vegas, and on over 150 affiliates nationwide.
Since 1952, God has enabled Trans World Radio (TWR) to help lead people from doubt to decision to discipleship. With programming translated into more than 200 languages and dialects, TWR speaks fluently to every major people-group. Their global media outreach engages millions in 160 countries with biblical truth, existing to reach the world for Jesus Christ.
Travel with Spirit features inspirational travel destinations, events and attractions from throughout the world that seek to bring the Bible and the Christian travelers' faith alive. Host Honnie Korngold explores traditional Christian travel experiences such as the Holy Land, missions, Christian cruises, retreats and conferences combined with vacations, as well as travel to destinations and attractions that combine spiritual enrichment with rest, relaxation or adventure.
Trinet Internet Solutions, Inc. is a leading full-service web ministry firm specializing in maximizing online results for NRB members and partners. From web and mobile strategy, to design and development, online fundraising, streaming media, social media, Internet TV, iPhone/iPad and Android apps, web management, support and analysis, Trinet serves some of the best known ministries in America.
Vertical Horizons Group helps deliver the ministry philosophy and promote the vision of faith-based organizations in order to help them become and stay healthy.
WallBuilders is dedicated to presenting America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on our moral, religious, and constitutional heritage. We seek to exert a positive influence
Wayne Shepherd Communications, LLC began in 2004, but Wayne's experience as a radio broadcaster spans 40 years. As a freelance radio host, interviewer, VO artist, producer, programmer, and consultant, Wayne serves a number of ministries. In addition to hosting syndicated radio shows, Wayne has hosted countless live and pre-produced radio specials and projects.
106.3 FM – WCIF (“Where Christ Is First”) has been broadcasting from the Space Coast—specifically Melbourne, FL—since March 10, 1980. WCIF is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Melbourne. As the 32 years progressed and power increases were granted, their signal now reaches into more than 20 communities of East Central Florida.
Wisdom for the Heart is celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2011. It is an international Bible-teaching ministry based on the sermons of Dr. Stephen Davey, founding pastor of Colonial Baptist Church (www.colonial.org) in Cary, North Carolina. It encompasses both audio and print media, and a full listing of products is available on the website (www.wisdomonline.org). Archived broadcasts are also accessible on Wisdom’s site.
Under the leadership of President and CEO, Jamey Schmitz, WLMB-TV 40 TOLEDO has been Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan’s premier source for Christ-centered, Family-friendly television for the past 11 years and counting. Our mission is to provide Christ-centered television of high technical quality and programming excellence to uplift, unite, educate, challenge, and encourage viewers in a manner consistent with the teachings of God’s Word.
Worship On The Way Radio Network is a listener supported, non-commercial broadcast outreach of Life On The Way Communications, which functions as an auxiliary ministry of The Church On The Way, Van Nuys, CA.
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