We’d like to thank the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) for the shout-out we received in their recent newsletter!
NRB, a non-partisan international association of Christian broadcasters and communicators, highlighted Cross International’s work in its Oct. 13 newsletter. Click here to read all about it.
Here’s a “sound bite” of the article:
“In over 24 countries world-wide, Cross International’s method of outreach is the same: locating needy church-based ministries already serving the poor and helping to distribute material aid through their existing programs. Emphasis is placed on programs that help individuals and communities become self-sufficient, effectively breaking an ingrained cycle of poverty that plagues many parts of the developing world.”
But why were we featured by a broadcasting association, you ask?
You might not know this, but Cross International’s message can be heard on radio stations all across the U.S. It’s one of the best ways to share our message with Christians like you around the country.
We’ve worked with more than 80 Christian radio stations, networks, and hosts across the U.S. to inspire listeners to turn their hearts to the poor around the world through Cross International. A few examples are Bott Broadcasting, WAY-FM, WAVA, KKLA, The Fish in Atlanta and Cleveland, and many others.
We especially love holding special radio events with help from Christian stations. In this case, we’ll have one of our on-air hosts share information and stories of hope during commercial breaks between music and other scheduled programming. They talk about what Cross does in the developing world and share the good news about how Christians are extending helping hands to the poor—and making an amazing difference in Christ’s name.
Interested in learning more about Cross International’s radio events? Click here!