NRB Milestone Award Honors 50+ Years of Christian Broadcasting: Is Your Organization Eligible?

Milestone Award logoNRB members who have achieved 50 years or more of continuous broadcast ministry are eligible to be considered for the NRB Milestone Award.

Through the years, many organizations and ministries, large and small, have received the Milestone Award. It is presented each year at the annual NRB International Christian Media Convention in recognition of faithful organizations that have impacted lives for five decades or more.

If your organization is an NRB member and has reached or surpassed that milestone, be sure to let the NRB membership office know. We want to honor all those who have faithfully and continually served the Lord through Christian broadcasting.

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