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2012 Radio Awards

NRB Media AwardTake a look at who the recipients were for this year’s Radio Awards. The awards for Radio Station of the Year, Radio Program of the Year and Radio Impact Award were announced at the Awards Dinner Tuesday night at the close of NRB 2012 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center.

 

 

 

 

Radio Station of the Year: 89.3 KSBJ-FM

KSBJ logoCelebrating 29 years on-air, 89.3 KSBJ is Houston’s leading listener supported, non-profit, non-commercial, contemporary Christian music radio station.   The purpose of KSBJ is to be the voice of hope connecting people to God, through Christian music, community outreach and events. As a listener supported radio station, and a long-standing member of the ECFA, KSBJ’s ministry is managed by a group of volunteer men and women from across the Greater Houston area who serve as members of its Board of Directors.  The board members represent diverse denominations, backgrounds and professions to provide oversight, direction and accountability for the ministry.

Radio Program of the Year: Focus on the Family

Focus on the Family logoFocus on the Family is a global Christian ministry that helps families thrive. They provide help and resources for couples to build healthy marriages that reflect God’s design, and for parents to raise their children according to morals and values grounded in biblical principles. They come alongside families with relevance and grace at each stage of their journey. Focus on the Family supports families as they seek to teach their children about God and His beautiful design for the family, protect themselves from the harmful influences of culture, and equip themselves to make a greater difference in the lives of those around them.

Radio Impact Award: Hope for the Heart

Hope for the Heart logoHOPE FOR THE HEART Founder, CEO and CSO June Hunt is one of the world’s leading biblical counselors. Her life’s work has yielded landmark contributions in the field of Christian counseling. The ministry offers biblical hope and practical help—through biblical counsel, coaching, and context for contemporary concerns—in more than 60 countries on six continents. As founder and CEO of The Hope Center, June, in 2010, realized her vision of a permanent home for 44 nonprofit Christian ministries—each with a shared commitment to stewardship, synergy and service. Individuals can now receive walk-in counseling from trained staff at HOPE FOR THE HEART, The Hope Center’s anchor tenant.