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NRB Network to Kick Off  Share-A-Thon Week,  November 12-17

Share A ThonThe NRB Network will be kicking off its Share-A-Thon 2012 campaign next week and airing special primetime programming throughout the week.

Programs during the November 12-17 Share-A-Thon week include Speechless: Silencing Christians, John Piper on Same-Sex Marriage, Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution, and Affectionately Yours, Screwtape: The Devil and C.S. Lewis.

As an added bonus, supporters of the network who donate $75 or more during Share-A-Thon will receive a special “Stand for the Faith” apologetics bundle, which includes Frank Turek’s book I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist, Lee Strobel’s DVD The Case for a Creator, and an elegant chrome bookmark imprinted with a reminder for Christians to share their faith with boldness. The bookmark will be available as a token of appreciation to all supporters who donate any amount.

Based in Nashville, TN, the NRB Network is seen on DIRECTV channel 378, Sky Angel channel 181 and select local affiliates, making its programming available to more than 23 million U.S. households. Thousands more stream the channel online, expanding its impact to viewers in countries including Canada, China and the U.K.

In less than a month, the NRB Network will celebrate seven years of broadcasting.

Those who wish to support the network with a tax-deductible donation can do so by calling (615) 733-2999, or by visiting the NRB Network website, www.nrbnetwork.tv.

Published: November 8, 2012

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