NRB Seeks VP of Government Relations

National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) is seeking qualified candidates for its Vice President of Government Relations position.

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NRB Condemns Attempted Takeover of U.S. Capitol and Urges Prayer for Our Nation

In the wake of the violent attempted takeover of the United States Capitol yesterday, NRB leaders are calling for prayer and spiritual renewal for our nation.

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Explainer: What You Should Know About Section 230

Section 230 is an amendment of the Communications Decency Act of 1996. This amendment holds that an “interactive computer service” cannot be treated as the publisher of third-party content. This means that companies and websites are protected from lawsuits if a user comments or posts something illegal on their site. Essentially, Section 230 holds users responsible for what they write rather than the company that hosts their comment online. In addition to this, Section 230 affirms that private companies have the right to remove content from their site that violates their values.

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Explainer: What’s happening with the FCC?

As Inauguration Day approaches in the United States, people across the country are watching to see what changes will come with a Biden administration. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is undergoing some key transitions with the coming administration change.

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Preparing Your Nonprofit For Donor Giving In 2021

On December 17, 2020, BBS & Associates published a report titled “Donor Confidence: The continued impact of COVID-19 on donor giving and what to expect for 2021.” This national study of donors was commissioned by BBS & Associates and conducted by research partner Campbell Rinker.

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Guidelines International Ministries Launches New 2-Minute Feature

Guidelines International Ministries launched a new 2-minute feature, Reset with Bonnie Sala, on January 4, 2021.

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NRB Responds to Gender Neutral Changes in 117th Congress Rules Package

On January 4, 2021, the House adopted a rules package for the 117th Congress presented by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Rules Committee Chairman James P. McGovern (D-MA). In a troubling development for NRB members, the rules package requires all pronouns and familial relationships to be changed in the House rules so that they are gender neutral.

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Faith and Freedom Coalition Chairman Ralph Reed Joins NRB Board of Directors and President’s Council for Exclusive Zoom Call

On Wednesday, December 16, Faith and Freedom Coalition Chairman Ralph Reed joined NRB CEO Troy Miller, the NRB Board of Directors, and the NRB President’s Council on a private call to break down the results of the 2020 elections.

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Courts Strike Down COVID-19 Restrictions That Discriminate Against Churches

On Tuesday afternoon, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit unanimously ruled that Nevada COVID-19 restrictions holding churches to a different standard than casinos and other entertainment venues are unconstitutional.

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ICEJ Mobilizes Christian Leaders against Anti-Semitism

Over recent weeks, the USA Branch of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem gathered over 400 pastors and Christian leaders for an informative series of webinars discussing the explosive growth of anti-Semitism in the United States. Organized in collaboration with eight other organizations under the banner of the American Christian Leaders for Israel (ACLI) network, the webinars were designed not just to educate but to begin a national conversation among Christian leaders about the problem and how to collaborate and mobilize against it.

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Attorney General William Barr Resigns

On Monday evening, Dec. 14, President Trump announced Attorney General William Barr’s resignation. According to President Trump’s tweet, Barr is set to leave on Dec. 23 and Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen will become the acting attorney general. President-elect Joe Biden has yet to indicate who he will nominate to the post when he is inaugurated next month.

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Evangelical Leaders Respond to Biden's Appointment of Xavier Becerra to HHS

The nomination of Xavier Becerra as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services came as a surprise to many and elicited intense concern from evangelical leaders.

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3 Ways to Take Your Podcast to the Next Level

Casey Helmick, Chief Strategist for Dunham + Company, joined Dan Darling, Senior VP of Communications at NRB, for NRB Live on Wednesday, Dec. 2 to talk about podcasting and what it takes to take a podcast to the next level.

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Giving Generously: NRB Member Organizations Continue to Provide Humanitarian Aid

As we enter this Christmas season, many nonprofits used this week’s Giving Tuesday movement as the initiation of their year-end-giving campaigns. This year as we celebrate God’s gracious gift of abundant life, we have the opportunity to lean into God’s calling for us to love others—not only with our words but also with our deeds (1 John 3:16-18). COVID-19 has had devastating effects on individuals, families, and non-profits.

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Chairman Pai Announces Plans to Leave FCC

On Monday, November 30, Ajit Pai announced that he will leave his position as chair of the Federal Communications Commission on January 20.

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Senator Tim Scott Discusses Religious Liberty with NRB Leaders via Zoom

U.S. Senator Tim Scott and his team met with NRB leaders and members of the NRB President‘s Council on an exclusive Zoom video call on Tuesday. Sen. Scott and his team shared about their work on protecting religious liberty and about the role that faith communities and faith-based organizations to be a part of bringing healing and unity in a political divisive climate.

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