'Philadelphia Statement' Urges All Americans to Embrace Free Speech, Resist Cancel Culture

More than 40 prominent scholars, freedom advocates, and policy experts released a public statement Tuesday affirming the necessity of free speech and civil discourse in society, while denouncing cancel culture, “hate speech” labeling, and other forms of ideological blacklisting.

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John MacArthur Makes Biblical Case for the Church’s Duty to Remain Open

In response to the recent state order requiring churches in California to limit or suspend all meetings indefinitely, John MacArthur, pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, publicly and respectfully informed civic leaders that they have “exceeded their legitimate jurisdiction,” and “faithfulness to Christ prohibits us from observing the restrictions they want to impose on our corporate worship services.”

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DJKM Pulpit Survey: Churchgoers Want Pastors to Tackle Tough Moral, Cultural Issues

A survey conducted by D. James Kennedy Ministries (DJKM) among its friends and supporters found that respondents, by overwhelming margins, want their pastors to speak out on moral and cultural concerns.

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New Job? New Title? New Company? Update Your Profile!

If you’ve attended an NRB Christian Media Convention, you’re in our system.

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Support for Local Radio Freedom Act Surpasses Majority in the House

Following another push by NRB in early June, the Local Radio Freedom Act (H.Con.Res.20; S.Con.Res.5) now has the bipartisan support of 223 Members of Congress – five more than the 218 votes needed to guarantee a majority in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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FCC Commissioner Carr Discusses Future of Broadcasting with NRB Leaders via Zoom

FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr spoke with leaders of NRB on an exclusive Zoom video call Tuesday about the future of religious broadcasting and the opportunities that broadcasters have to innovate and grow – especially in the Low Power Television (LPTV) class of stations.

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2021 NRB Awards: Nomination Window Now Open!

NRB is currently accepting nominations for the 2021 NRB Special Service & Media Awards and will be doing so until September 25, 2020. A long-standing hallmark of NRB, the awards program remains one of the association’s most valued traditions.

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Greg Laurie: Upcoming Harvest Crusade Will Be ‘Cinematic Crusade’

Last year, Greg Laurie’s SoCal Harvest celebrated its 30th anniversary of holding evangelistic crusades in Southern California.

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Focus on the Family Announces ‘See Life 2020’ Event, #LoveEveryHeartbeat Movement

Focus on the Family has changed its five-city ALIVE 2020 event to an online program that will premiere on September 26.

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ICEJ USA Offering Free Booklet on Anti-Semitism to Educate, Mobilize Christians

The U.S. branch of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) has produced a new resource to help the Christian community better understand anti-Semitism and how to stop it.

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NRB 2021 Exhibit Space Available! Get Yours Now!

Want to strategically showcase your company or ministry in front of thousands of decision-makers in an ever-growing industry? Then consider exhibiting at the NRB 2021 Christian Media Convention.

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Reach Thousands at NRB 2021: Sponsorship, Promotional Opportunities Available!

NRB's annual Christian Media Convention represents the world’s largest gathering of Christian communicators and offers organizations unique opportunities to reach thousands of media and ministry professionals.

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Host an Event, Reserve Space for Your Organization at NRB 2021!

Do you or your organization want a private space to hold receptions, meetings, interviews, screenings, or other events during the NRB 2021 Christian Media Convention in Grapevine, Texas?

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2021 NRB Awards: Submissions Window Opens July 20, 2020!

NRB will soon be accepting nominations for the 2021 NRB Special Service and Media Awards.

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NRB Member Responses to COVID-19 Crisis Ongoing Across the Globe

Efforts by NRB members to help those suffering from the COVID-19 crisis are still ongoing – especially around the world.

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Pacific Justice Institute Appeals Court Decision Allowing Calif. City to Restrict Downtown Churches

Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) is appealing the decision of a federal court in the San Francisco Bay Area that determined churches do not contribute to a vibrant and fun atmosphere and therefore may be excluded from Salinas’ downtown area.

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