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In Darkness…Light; In Despair…Hope

Haiti. It’s a desperately poor nation still gripped by the spirit of voodoo. Even before the January 12, 2010, earthquake, economically, socially, and spiritually, Haiti was in great need. But there is hope. Evangelicals are growing in number on this island. Churches and the various denominations...

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You’re Invited: NRB Business Meeting at NRB 2012

The NRB Business Meeting will take pace at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 16th in Governor’s Ballroom A, during the 2012 NRB Convention & Exposition in Nashville, TN. Please attend, so that you may vote for officers of the association and members of the 2015 Board class...

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Christ Is A Game Changer

The San Diego Chargers missed the playoffs this year, despite an 8-8 season and their rank in a three-way tie for first place in the AFC West. But instead of focusing on football stats, former Chargers defensive back Miles McPherson is engaged in a whole new game: winning souls for Christ...

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Honoring Hollywood’s Best Role Models

Hollywood meets the family living room on February 10th when the Annual Movieguide® Faith & Values Awards Gala rolls out its red carpet in Hollywood, CA. Every year for the last 20 years, this star-studded event has recognized those in Hollywood – studio executives, producers,...

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Radio Partner Pawa Warena Finished Well

Ten-year radio broadcast veteran and NRB award winner, Pawa Warena passed away on December 12, 2011. He was a founding member of the original team that launched Papua New Guinea’s first Christian radio network, Wantok Radio Light, which began broadcasting in January...

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New Publicity Coordinator for Veteran TV Network

Cornerstone TeleVision has announced the hiring of a new Marketing & Publicity Coordinator, Crystal Bynum. Her role at Cornerstone is to focus on strategic planning and sustainable campaign development...

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The Votes Are In! NRB 2012 Special Service Awards

Look who won the Special Service Awards for 2012! NRB’s Media Awards program is designed to encourage excellence in production service to the community, faithfulness to the mission, commitment to the Gospel, and personal integrity. By honoring and celebrating the most...

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Supremes Unanimous in Religious Liberty Decision

The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously affirmed this week that religious organizations should be able to select their own leaders without interference from the government. In deciding the case of...

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Decency on the Docket

The Supreme Court heard arguments this week for and against restrictions on indecency on the broadcast airwaves. In FCC v. Fox, Solicitor General Donald Verrilli defended government rules against...

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Executive Push for Spectrum

While Congress is in recess, the debate over America’s electromagnetic spectrum continues. Earlier this month, the U.S. Commerce Department added its voice to the push to open up more spectrum for...

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Agency Wants Old Recordings Under Federal Copyright Law

Just before the New Year, the United States Copyright Office issued a report advocating for an expansion of federal copyright protection to old sound recordings. Currently, sound recordings made before 1972 ...

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Your Ride on the Bullet Train

Guess what 10 million people are talking about today? According to a study discussed in MIT’s Technology Review, that is the number of folks who are daily using “new media” platforms (Twitter, Facebook) to comment about a program they watched on television (old media) last night...

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Thank You, Prime Minister Netanyahu

The NRB family would like to thank Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the 2011 Christmas Greeting that he sent to Israeli Christians, and to Christians around the world who continue to support Israel...

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Up Close and Personal With Greg Laurie

Have you heard Greg Laurie in person? Maybe you know one of the 4 million people who have attended a Harvest Crusade – evangelistic events that Laurie has been holding since 1990. Or perhaps you’ve picked up one of his books, or heard him speak on one of the 500 radio outlets...

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“A First” Honor Bestowed Upon NRB Leader

Kudos to Peggy Campbell, who was recently named Chair of the Board of Trustees for Azusa Pacific University (APU). She is the first woman to hold this position in the university’s 112-year history. “Peggy Campbell has served with distinction in a number of board leadership...

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Celebrating Change

Since 2000, Manmin TV has been broadcasting the Gospel in Korea and around the world, and this powerhouse Christian broadcaster was recently renamed the Global Christian Network (GCN)...

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