National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) presented on Sept. 15 its 2016 Faith & Freedom Award to former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran, whose employment was terminated last year by the mayor because of his Christian faith and beliefs.Posted on September 16, 2016
National Religious Broadcasters will host a debate, “Evangelicals Debate the 2016 Election: Trump, Clinton, or Other,” with four evangelical leaders at the National Press Club (529 14th Street NW) in Washington, D.C., Friday, September 16, 9:30-11:30 a.m.Posted on September 8, 2016
In response to reports today that TechNet, a coalition of major technology company senior executives, has urged Capitol Hill leaders to discriminate against religious organizations, National Religious Broadcasters President & CEO Dr. Jerry A. Johnson made the following statementPosted on August 16, 2016
Former United States Senator Bill Armstrong (R-Colo.), president of Colorado Christian University, passed away July 5 after a long battle with cancer. The following statement was issued today by Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of National Religious Broadcasters, in response to the death of Armstrong:Posted on July 6, 2016
National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) is deeply disappointed by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Tuesday not to grant a hearing to Stormans v. Wiesman, a case challenging pharmacy rules tailored by the state of Washington to discriminate against those with religious objections to abortion. NRB agrees with dissenting Justice Samuel Alito that “this case is an ominous sign.”Posted on June 28, 2016
The following statement can be attributed to Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of the National Religious Broadcasters.Posted on June 13, 2016
The National Religious Broadcasters today announced support for the Protecting Internet Freedom Act, legislation introduced by U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) to defend vital liberty at the heart of the internet.Posted on June 8, 2016
Revelations that Facebook regularly suppresses conservative news websites from its trending section is just the latest example of a pattern of censorship by the social media behemoth, according Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of National Religious Broadcasters.Posted on May 10, 2016
In a time of moral and cultural upheaval, American Christians must be challenged whether they are “ashamed of the Gospel,” Professor Robert P. George told about 90 leaders and friends of National Religious Broadcasters gathered in Washington, D.C., for its third annual First Amendment Lunch, May 5.Posted on May 6, 2016
Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s “naïve or poorly informed” religious liberty comments in response to a question about North Carolina’s new law protecting women and girls in public restrooms is a matter of concern to Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, president & CEO of National Religious Broadcasters.Posted on April 12, 2016
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