Viewing posts from December, 2013

NRB Awards Life Without Limbs the International Impact Award

By Sheryl Lynn Johnson

Dec. 20, 2013

Each year, the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) recognizes several members with awards. This year, Life Without Limbs and Nick Vujicic have been given the International Impact Award. This award is presented to a U.S.-based NRB member having a global impact for the cause of Christ through electronic media. Nick Vujicic has just returned from the World Outreach, visiting 24 countries. The message of hope found in Jesus Christ was spread wherever he traveled. For more information, visit www.LifeWithoutLimbs.org. To add Nick's daily 2-minute broadcast to your station's line-up, visit here. Read More

Parenting Today's Teens - NRB 2014 Radio Program of the Year

By Jessica Suggs

Dec. 12, 2013

We are pleased to announce that Parenting Today's Teens with Mark Gregston has been chosen as the National Religious Broadcasters 2014 Radio Program of the Year! Criteria to become the Radio Program of the Year includes being "...a program that impacts the listener by being compelling, relevant, informative, personable and entertaining, while demonstrating an authentic Christian faith." Not a day passes when Mark and the Parenting Today's Teens crew doesn't hear from an appreciative parent who depends on the radio program for direction, wisdom and biblical counsel. Like this listener, Stacie, who recently shared with Mark ... "I did not transition well from parenting little ones to tweens and now a teenager. I thank God for your program that will enable me to have the ... Read More

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Hope Out Loud - Jennifer Barrick's Story

By Jessica Suggs

Dec. 6, 2013

On December 2, 2013 a brand new short feature, Hope Out Loud, launched on more than 145 stations across the United States. Thank you to all those stations who have partnered in sharing the Barrick family's incredible story of healing in the midst of tragedy. Jennifer Barrick suffered a traumatic brain injury 6 ½ years ago when her family’s van was struck head on by a drunk driver going 80 miles per hour. Jennifer is an extraordinary speaker and travels all over the country with her family sharing a message of hope and the miracle of how God can turn a tragedy into triumph. She recently completed a diploma from the Institute of Biblical Studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. Even though Jennifer still ... Read More

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