It’s been a few days since I returned from the National Religious Broadcasters Convention. I thought I would give you all an update on what happened while I was there.
On Saturday, February 7, Mission Network News was awarded the NRB’s Short Feature Program of the year. We were nominated and selected by our peers to win the award. It was humbling and exciting. Afterward, during the radio reception, I was able to talk with dozens of radio stations who said our award was well deserved and shared their passion for what we were doing. Sometimes we feel like we’re an island. But on Saturday we didn’t.
Sunday, I attended an incredible worship service. It featured Paul Beloche, Selah, and John MacArthur. It was an amazing service. MacAurthur talked about slaves to Christ. We’re selected, paid for, provided for, disciplined, and loved by the Master. It’s still amazing that God loves me.
Then on Monday, Mission Network News was given another award, this time by Open Doors USA. It was the first annual “Passion for the Persecuted” award.
Then, I came home. It was a great time to see old colleagues (and they’re getting older). There didn’t seem to be as many people as there usually is at NRB. Probably economic difficulties.