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NRB Wraps Up Summer 2013 with 12 New Members

Welcome New MembersAs the end of summer draws near, NRB is welcoming seven new Full Members and five new Associate Members into its membership.

The new Full Members include five organizations – Faith at Work Ministry, Glorystone.tv, Isaac Television, The Salvation Army Vision Network, and Chae Music/Shannon Perry Ministries – and two individuals: independent filmmaker Scott Link and former Salvation Army spokesperson George Hood.

Joining NRB as associate members are five individuals: Ben Case, President of Case Consulting Services; John Graziano, Founder and President of Max Media; Mitchell Mathis, Founder, President, and CEO of Mathis Media Group; Star Parker, Founder and President of CURE; and Darlene Holmes, Director of Sales and Customer Development at NPR Satellite Services.

“As we press forward in our mission to advance biblical truth, promote media excellence and defend free speech, we are pleased to be joined by these fine individuals and organizations,” commented Melissa Sturgis, NRB’s Director of Membership. “We look forward to seeing them grow as a result of their NRB affiliation and to all the ways we will serve Christ together.”

As the world’s preeminent association of Christian communicators and media professionals, NRB has members across the country and around the world. While diverse, NRB members are united in their desire to spread the life-changing Truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through every electronic medium available.

To join, Full NRB Members are required to subscribe to NRB’s Statement of Faith and Code of Ethics. They are also required to submit three references, including one from an existing NRB Member. Associate Members provide support services to Christian communicators.

For information on how to join NRB, click here.

Published: September 5, 2013

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