Dr.Harold Sala, pioneer of the five-minute commentary for Christian radio, has passed leadership responsibilities for Guidelines International Ministries to Bonnie Sala Craddick.
After having served as the ministry's CEO for two years, Craddick will now oversee Guidelines operations as its President, committing herself and her team to the original Guidelines mission of reaching, teaching, and touching the world with the message of the Gospel. Dr. Sala, meanwhile, will serve as Board Chairman and President Emeritus, and focus on broadcasting, speaking internationally, and writing.
“Congratulations to you, Bonnie, on your appointment as President of Guidelines International Ministries,” expressed Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of NRB, of which Guidelines has been a member for more than 40 years.
“And congratulations to you, Harold, as you take on your new role as President Emeritus of the ministry you and Darlene built over the past five decades,” he added, referring to Dr. Sala’s wife. “I rejoice with you in this thriving ministry that God is using to bring souls into His Kingdom and to build up the Body of Christ.”
For more than five decades, Guidelines has communicated the message of Jesus Christ in such a manner that men and women come to faith in the Lord and believers are discipled and strengthened. Guidelines - A Five-Minute Commentary on Living with Dr. Harold Sala is the longest running five-minute commentary on radio. Described as “the shortest five-minute in Christian radio,” the Guidelines Commentary is heard in 49 states and in 112 countries, in 11 languages.
As Guidelines’ CEO, Craddick expanded the ministry’s international broadcasts and online presence over the past two years. She also developed its ministry to women and spearheaded the Guidelines Legacy Project, which exists to establish community-based radio stations and equip partners on the ground to provide Bible-based, people-oriented programming in completely unserved areas.
For more information about Guidelines, visit www.guidelines.org.
By NRB Staff
Published: January 14, 2016