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Table of Contents

Brief Description of This Collection

Title Page and Restrictions

Historical Background

An Essay on the Contents of the Collection (Scope and Content)

Other Information That Might Be Helpful To Anyone Using This Collection

Lists of Audio Tapes, Negatives, Photographs, and Video Tapes in This Collection (Location Records)
    Audio Tapes
    Negatives
    Photographs
    Video tapes
List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection (Container List)



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Collection 309
[June 28, 2012]

National Religious Broadcasters; 1944-
Records; 1922 (1969-1989) 1991
134 boxes (122 DC, 12 OS, 57.3 cubic feet ) Audio Tapes, Negatives, Photographs, Video Tapes

Brief Description. Correspondence, reports, clippings, recordings and programs of conventions, photographs and other materials of the NRB, which served as a professional association for persons involved in Protestant Christian radio and television broadcasting. The collection documents the NRB's efforts to provide information on training for its members on a wide range of technical and broadcasting issues and is especially strong on Federal Communication Commission policies effecting religious broadcasters, the content of the NRB's annual conventions (including speeches by several US presidents and leading politicians), the development of the so-called "electric church" in the United States, and Evangelical and Fundamentalist views on several significant social and political issues in the United States between the 1960s and 1980s. There are very few files with information on the NRB prior to the mid 1960s.

Restrictions: None.


Historical Background
Founded September 21, 1944
Headquarters location
ca. 1944-? 1422 F. Street, Washington, DC (office of NRB secretary, Dale Crowley)
-1974? Madison, NJ
1974-ca. 1982 Morristown, New Jersey
ca. 1982- ca. 1983 Pinebrook, New Jersey
ca. 1983-1992 Parsippany, New Jersey
1992- Manassas, Virginia
Significant events in organizational history
April 7-9, 1942 Founding meeting of the National Association of Evangelicals for United Action held in St. Louis. NAE founded by conservative Protestants seeking to counteract the perception that the liberal Federal Council of Churches was the only voice for Protestantism in the United States and to foster greater cooperation between conservative denominations and parachurch agencies. One of the major issues leading to the formation of the NAE was the need for an organization to oppose the great influence of the FCC on which Protestant organizations had access to radio broadcasting.
May 3, 1943 Constitution of the National Association of Evangelicals approved at a convention held in Chicago and the NAE began its formal existence
April 12, 1944 Conference of 150 Evangelical broadcasters brought together at the invitation of the NAE and in conjunction with the NAE's annual meeting. Temporary general officers William Ward Ayer, Dale Crowley, David Fant, Clinton Churchill, and C. Gordon Brownville chosen.
September 21, 1944 Constitutional convention of NRB held at Moody Memorial Church in Chicago. William Ward Ayer was chosen as first president and was the main author of Code of Ethics adopted at this meeting (which is considered the second national convention of the NRB). There were forty-eight charter members. The NRB was incorporated in Delaware on December 18.
May 1, 1945 2nd Annual convention held in Chicago, at which Clinton Churchill was elected president. He served until 1947.
1948 Theodore Elsner elected president. He served until 1952.
1949 ABC reversed its policy against selling time for religious broadcasts, partly in response to pressure from the NRB.
1952 Eugene Bertermann elected president of NRB. He held the office until 1954.
1954 Thomas Zimmerman elected president. He served until 1956.
June 6, 1956 National Council of Churches adopted an "Advisory Policy Statement on Religious Broadcasting" proposed by its Broadcasting and Film Commission. This policy opposed the sale or purchase of air time for religious broadcasts, all of which should be free public services. The NRB over the next few years successfully led the fight against this policy becoming the accepted national standard. FCC rulings in 1960 encouraged the selling of time for radio broadcasts.
1956 James DeForrest Murch elected president. He served until 1957. NRB annual convention (the 13th) held in Washington for the first time in January.
1956 NRB's newsletter, Radio Telegram, started.
1957 Eugene Bertermann re-elected president of NRB. He held the office until 1975.
January 30-31, 1957 14th Annual convention in Washington, DC
January 1958 15th Annual convention in Washington, DC
January 23? 1962 19th Annual convention in Washington. DC
1962-1965 Close working relationship between NRB and International Christian Broadcasters
ca. 1965 Membership in NRB was opened to broadcasting stations, as well as producers of programing
September 1, 1966 Benjamin Armstrong became the part-time executive secretary of the NRB (the position became full-time February 1 the next year). He served until 1989.
January 31-February 2, 1967 24th Annual convention held in Chicago at the Palmer House
October 16-17, 1967 Organizational convention for the Midwest chapter of NRB held at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago
November 13-14, 1967 Organizational convention for the Eastern Chapter of NRB held at the Calvary Baptist Church in New York City
January 22-25, 1968 25th Annual convention held in Washington, DC at the Mayflower Hotel
May 20-21, 1968 Organizational Convention for the Southeastern Regional Chapter of NRB held at the Atlanta American Motor Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia
January, 1969 First issue of Religious Broadcasting, the magazine of the NRB, published
January 27-30, 1969 26th Annual convention held in Washington, DC. Theme was "The Gospel To A World In Crisis"
1969 Armstrong represented NRB at the formation of the North American Broadcast Section of the World Association of Christian Communicators (NABS/WACC)
January 26-29, 1970 27th Annual convention held in Washington, DC. As of 1970, NRB included 348 organizations (broadcasters, producers of programing, and organizations related to broadcasting in some way). The theme was "One World, One Gospel."
January 25-28, 1971 28th Annual convention held in Washington, DC
April 6-7?, 1971 Organizational convention for the Southwestern Chapter of the NRB held in Dallas, Texas
January 23-26, 1972 29th Annual convention held in Washington, DC
1972 William Ward Ayer Distinguished Service Award inaugurated
January 28-31, 1973 30th Annual convention held in Washington, DC
January 27-30, 1974 31th Annual convention held in Washington, DC
1975 Religious Broadcasting Hall of Fame started. Charles Fuller, Walter Maier, Clarence Jones, and John Zoller were the first inductees.
January 26-29, 1975 32nd Annual convention in Washington, DC
January 28, 1975 Gerald Ford became the first president to addressed the annual convention, meeting in Washington
1975 Abe Van Der Puy elected president. He served until 1978
February 22-25, 1976 33rd Annual convention held in Washington, DC
February 22, 1976 Gerald Ford again addressed the NRB convention in Washington
January 23-26, 1977 34th Annual convention held in Washington, DC
January 22-26, 1978 35th Annual convention held in Washington, DC (registration was 1,411)
January 21-24, 1979 36th Annual convention held in Washington, DC (registration was 1,146)
1979 David Hofer elected president. He served until 1982.
January 20-23, 1980 37th Annual convention held in Washington, DC (registration was 1,140)
January 21, 1980 President Jimmy Carter addressed NRB convention. The next day the leaders of NRB were invited to the White House for a breakfast.
September and October 1980 NRB sponsored news conferences with presidential candidates John Anderson and Ronald Reagan to talk about issues of concern to Evangelicals
January 25-28, 1981 38th Annual convention held in Washington, DC (registration was 1,247)
February 7-10, 1982 39th Annual convention held in Washington, DC (registration was 1,488)
1982 E. Brandt Gustavson elected president. He served through 1985.
January 30-February 2, 1983 40th Annual convention held in Washington, DC
January 29-February 1, 1984 41th Annual convention held in Washington, DC
February 3-6, 1985 42nd Annual convention held in Washington, DC
1985 Robert Cook elected president. He served through 1988.
February 2-5, 1986 43rd Annual convention held in Washington, DC
January 31-February 4, 1987 44th Annual convention held in Washington, DC
January 30-February 3, 1988 45th Annual convention held in Washington, DC. President Ronald Reagan and Vice-President George Bush addressed the convention.
1988 NRB organizational membership of 1300
1988 NRB formed the Ethics and Financial integrity Commission (EFICOM) to enforce standards
1988 Jerry Rose elected president. He served through 1991.
January 28-February 1, 1989 46th Annual convention met in Washington, DC
1989 After Benjamin Armstrong's resignation as executive director in September, Robert Cook briefly served as interim executive director
January 27-31, 1990 47th Annual convention held in Washington, DC. Theme: "Decade of the 90s - Looking Unto Jesus"
February 1990 E. Brandt Gustavson installed as executive director. He continued to serve until his death in 2001.
January 25-29, 1991 48th Annual convention held in Washington, DC
1991 David Clark elected president. He served through 1994.
January 25-28, 1992 49th Annual convention held in Washington, DC
February 13-16, 1993 50th Annual convention held in Los Angeles at the LA Convention Center
Ca. February 1993 The title of the office of president changed to chairman of the executive committee; the title of executive director changed to president
January 29-February 1, 1994 51th Annual convention held in Washington, DC
1994 Robert Straton elected chairman
February 11-14, 1995 52nd Annual convention held in Nashville, Tennessee
February 3-6, 1996 53rd Annual convention held in Indianapolis, Indiana
January 25-28, 1997 54th Annual convention held in Anaheim, California
1997 David Clark elected chairman
January 31-February 3, 1998 55th Annual convention held in Washington, DC
February 2001 58th Annual convention held in Dallas, Texas
February 2, 2001 NRB amicably severed its official association with the National Association of Evangelicals, partly because the NRB had grown much bigger than the NAE, partly over different policies regarding the licensing of low power FM stations for local community groups
January 1, 2002 Wayne Pederson appointed as president and COO after the death of E. Brandt Gustavson in May
February 8, 2002 Pederson was invited to resign by the executive committee of NRB because of an interview in which he said the NRB should pull back from conservative politics and put more emphasis on Gospel ministry. Glen Plummer (chairman of the board and CEO) and Michael Glenn, executive vice president, led the organization in the interim.
February 2002 59th Annual convention held in Nashville, Tennessee
Ministry emphasis Professional association for Protestant Christian broadcasters
Geographical emphasis North America





Scope and Content
I Executive Files
A. Benjamin F. Armstrong Files
1. Chronological
2. Alphabetical
a. First (1973-1976)
b. Second (1977-1986)
II. General Files
III. Publications
A. Daybook
B. General Correspondence
C. World Evangelical Fellowship
D. Reference
1. Specific Organizations
2. Clippings
3. Scrapbooks
IV. Chapter Files
V. Audio and Moving Image Recordings
Series: I. Executive Files
Subseries: A. Benjamin F. Armstrong Files (only one subseries at this time)
Arrangement: Chronological, alphabetical
Date range: 1966-1987
Volume: 19.6 cubic feet
Boxes: 1-49
Notes: This series consists of the files of of the chief executive officers and chief operating officers of the association. See also Collection 209 for the papers of Eugene Bertermann.

Subseries: I. A. Benjamin F. Armstrong Files
Arrangement: Subdivided into two further subseries: 1. Chronological; 2. Alphabetical
Date range: 1966-1987
Volume: 19.6 cubic feet
Boxes: 1-49
Geographic coverage: United States and Europe
Type of documents: Correspondence, reports, memos, budgets
Predominant or significant correspondents: The files contain letters to and from hundreds, if not thousands, of correspondents involved in some way in religious broadcasting. The following is a sample of the correspondents and is not meant as a list of the most frequent or important: Robert Andrews, Jim Bakker, Walter Bennett, Eugene Bertermann, David Breese, John Conlan, Donald Crawford, members of the Federal Communications Commission, Jim Engel, Paul Freed, Brandt Gustavson, Billy James Hargis, Sam Hart, David Hofer, David Howard, Oswald Hoffman, Rex Humbard, Stu Johnson, Howard O. Jones, Melvin Jones, D. James Kennedy, C. Everett Koop, Gordon Landreth, Horst Marquardt, Billy Melvin, Jerry Rose, Billy Kim, Pat Robertson, Samuel M. Shoemaker, Clyde Taylor, Abe Van der Puy, Jimmy Waters, George M. Wilson, Jack Wyrtzen, Billy Zeoli, Thomas Zimmermann
Notes: This series contains material relating to Armstrong's activities as executive director, including preparing the annual meeting, planning the association's development, working with other organizations, determining the needs and desires of the membership, serving as an advocate religious broadcasting, speaking.

Subseries: I. A. Benjamin F. Armstrong Files
Subseries: I. A. 1. Chronological
Arrangement: Strict chronological order
Date range: 1969-1986
Volume: 8.0 cubic feet
Boxes: 1-20
Geographic coverage: United States. Some material on Europe and a little on other parts of the world, mainly in relation to religious broadcasting
Type of documents: Carbon copies of correspondence
Subjects (predominant topics): Programs for NRB national meetings, encouraging broadcasters to join NRB and dealing with members' concerns, the World Religious News program, planning communication seminars to meet continuing education needs of Christian broadcasters, communication with government and opinion leaders about access of religious broadcasters to the airwaves and on current religious topics, such as prayer in public schools
Notes: These are copies of the letters (and some inter-office memos) Armstrong sent out. Very rarely is there an incoming letter attached to a reply. This is a virtually complete record of Armstrong's side of his correspondence for almost his entire period of service.

Subseries: I. A. Benjamin F. Armstrong
Subseries: 2. Alphabetical
Subseries: Two:a. First (1973-1976); b. Second (1977-1986)
Arrangement: Alphabetical
Date range: 1966-1986
Volume: 11.6 cubic feet
Boxes: 21-49
Geographic coverage: Mostly United States, some references to religious radio broadcasting in other parts of the world.
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, reports, clippings, brochures, press releases, court reports
Predominant or significant correspondents: NRB presidents and board members, Christian leaders, Protestant religious broadcasters, government officials, particularly members of Congress and commissioners and staff of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Subjects (predominant topics): The program and arrangements of NRB conventions, NRB membership applications, training seminars in religious broadcasting theory and practice, attitudes of the FCC toward religious broadcasters
Notes: The two subseries IA2a and IA2b fall into roughly two sequential chronological periods, but each contains documents that chronologically fall into the other's time period, based on how the NRB staff filed the materials. Sometimes documents were kept together because they referred to the same person or subject, and documents were filed according to the latest date. The alphabetical correspondence in these two subseries usually contains Armstrong's correspondence or memo, together with the letter he was responding to or the response he received.

Series: I. Executive Files
Subseries: A. Benjamin F. Armstrong
Subseries: 2. Alphabetical
Subseries: a. First (1973-1976)
Arrangement: Alphabetical
Date range: 1970-1979 although almost all materials fall between 1973 and 1976
Volume: 2.2 cubic feet
Boxes: 21-26
Exceptional items: Eugene Bertermann's correspondence (folder 21-5); NRB national convention planning (folders 22-3 through 23-1), a file of statistics and other information on other associations of religious broadcasters (folder 24-9), planning for the 1975 North Atlantic Communication Conference to be held in Amsterdam in 1975 (folder 26-9)

Series: I. Executive Files
Subseries: A. Benjamin F. Armstrong Files
Subseries: 2. Alphabetical
Subseries: b. Second (1977-1986)
Arrangement: Alphabetical
Date range: 1966-1987, although almost all the correspondence falls between 1977 and 1986.
Volume: 9.4 cubic feet
Boxes: 26-49
Exceptional items: Eugene Bertermann's correspondence (boxes 28 and 29), NRB board of directors materials (folder 29-3), general files with correspondence covering a wide range of issues NRB was concerned with (folders 34-4 through 35-4), materials about the relationship between International Christian Broadcasters and the NRB (folder 38-1), NRB's subsidiary for college radio stations, Intercollegiate Christian Broadcasters (folder 38-2), FCC rulings on the right of Christian broadcasters to consider religious views in hiring (folders 37-3 and 37-4), correspondence from congressmen about school prayer (folder 46-5), Wycliffe Bible translators (folder 49-4), the International Conference on Christian Communication held in Jerusalem in 1975 (folder 39-1), correspondence with the US president's office about current issues, attendance at NRB conventions, etc. (folder 49-2), correspondence of Thomas Zimmerman (folder 49-8)

Series: II. General Files
Arrangement: Alphabetical
Date range: 1929-1991, although almost all the documents fall within the range of 1966-1986
Volume: 15.8 cubic feet
Boxes: 50-88
Geographic coverage: Mostly North America, although there is some information about Christian broadcasting in Europe and Asia
Type of documents: Memos, reports, correspondence, programs, clippings, budgets, minutes
Subjects (predominant topics): Conference, training, lobbying, and membership activities of the NRB both nationally and in its regional chapters; Christian television and radio broadcasting in the United States, the Protestant Evangelical, Holiness and Pentecostal traditions in the United States. The files also contain a good deal of research material on the audience and impact of religious broadcasting and some documents relating to Christian broadcasting in Europe and Asia.
Notes: This series consists of files that the staff of NRB created in the course of their work and touches on every aspect of the association's work and the concerns of its membership.
Exceptional items: These files are very rich in materials relating to religious broadcasting in the United States. Here is a sample of particular topics for which there is information: Presidential candidate John Anderson (folder 80-9), Eugene Bertermann's correspondence as president of NRB (folder 51-11), the Bicentennial of the American revolution (folder 51-14), the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association's 1986 campaign in Washington, DC (folder 51-13), activities of the Federal Communication Commission (see especially folders 50-4, 54-5, 69-8, 69-9, 70-1 to 70-6, 82-5), minutes and reports of the NRB board of directors (folders 52-2 to 52-7) and executive committee of the board of directors (folders 67-10 through 68-7), NRB's regional chapters (folders 53-6, 62-1, 84-11), the Christian Literature Communication Foundation (folders 53-15, 54-1), materials on the planning of individual NRB conventions from 1967 through 1987 (folders 54-10 through 65-6), historical file with materials from NRB in the 1940s, mostly relating to Dale Crawly (folder 71-17), NRB's publications NRB News (folders 78-2 to 78-8), Radio Telegram and Religious Broadcasting (box 82), research and studies relating to the so-called "electric church," Christian broadcasting in the United States (folders 63-13, 63-14, 78-8, 78-9, 82-14 to 82-17), Billy Graham's talk to the NRB in 1981 on the future of Evangelicalism (folder 71-8), correspondence of NRB president David Hofer (folder 71-18), the International Conference for Itinerant Evangelists, also know as Amsterdam 86 (folder 50-10), the 1974 International Congress on World Evangelization (folders 72-2 to 72-5, 74-2), international communication congresses (folder 50-10, 72-9, folders 85-7 to 86-1), nationwide evangelistic movements (America for Jesus (folder 50-5), the Great Awakening (folder 71-10), and Key '73 (folders 73-7 to 74-1)), American attitudes toward support for Israel (folder 50-7, 50-8, 67-7, 72-13, 73-4, 73-5), the manuscript for Lois Neely's biography of Clarence Jones (folder 73-6), a report by the Lutheran Hour radio program on the situation for Christian broadcasting in most countries of the world (folders 74-7 through 75-1), Malcolm Muggeridge (75-3), the National Association of Evangelicals (folders 76-12 to 77-4),applications and procedures for becoming a member of NRB (folders 75-9 to 76-3) Luis Palau (folder 80-5), the training seminars sponsored by NRB and held at Nyack College (and in later years at other colleges) for several years on how to do Christian broadcasting (folders 79-3 through 80-3), prayer in public schools (folder 80-7), participation in the NRB conventions by US presidents such as Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter (folders 53-2, 53-4, 70-13, 80-10 to 12, 82-8, 87-5, 87-6), Project Look-Up (folder 81-5), the work of college campus radio stations (folders 52-13, 53-1, 54-2, 72-11, 72-12), miscellaneous information on various religious radio and television programs (folders 80-14 to 81-4), use of videos for evangelistic training in churches (folders 71-23, 71-24), television religious broadcasting (folders 84-17 to 85-4), correspondence of NRB president Abe Van der Puy (folder 85-6), the World Association for Christian Communications (folders 85-7 to 86-1), press releases of World Religious News (folders 87-8 and 87-9), the presidential proclamation of 1983 as the Year of the Bible (folders 87-10, 88-1)

Series: III. Publications
Subseries: Four: A. Daybook; B. General; C. World Evangelical Fellowship; D. Reference
Date range: 1922-1990
Volume: 18.7 cubic feet
Boxes: 88-119, 123-134
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, magazine and newspaper clippings, press releases, scrapbooks
Notes: The materials in this series deal with the preparation of NRB's various publications, especially Religious Broadcasting, although there is material on other projects as well, such as The Christian Source Book (see also folders 53-9 to 11) and the newsletter that NRB did for the Communication Commission of World Evangelical Fellowship. The bulk of the series consists of a hundreds of clippings, press releases and other materials about NRB activities, specific Christian broadcast programs or organizations or Christian broadcasting in general. These were apparently used as reference materials by the NRB staff.
Series: III. Publications
Subseries: A. Chronological
Arrangement: Chronological
Date range: 1980-1981
Volume: 1.4 cubic feet
Boxes: 88-91
Type of documents: Letters (mostly copies), manuscripts and layouts of articles, memos
Predominant or significant correspondents: Almost all the correspondence and memos are from Audrey Langdon, the editor of Religious Broadcasting
Subjects (predominant topics): The production of Religious Broadcasting, recruitment of advertisers, responses to readers' comments about previous issues
Notes: These files are in strict chronological order and are almost wholly concerned with the contents and layout of future issues, advertising, and reader response.

Series: III. Publications
Subseries: B. General Correspondence
Arrangement: Alphabetical
Date range: 1948-1980
Volume: 1.0 cubic foot
Boxes: 91-93
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Letters, newsletters, memos, scripts, budgets, minutes, brochures
Subjects (predominant topics): The production of NRB publications, including Religious Broadcasters and the NRB newsletters and press releases
Notes: These files contain a miscellany of materials created by the staff producing NRB publications. They deal with fund-raising, advertising, production, policy. There are many files concerning the newsletter, with various source materials for the articles appearing in it.
Exceptional items: Hotline, the NRB newsletter (folders 91-16, 91-17); material on the 1976 National Prayer Conference (folder 92-8); files relating to NRB's plan to produce a nationwide series of broadcast spots to coincide with bicentennial of the American revolution. These spots would emphasize the part Christian values played in the founding of the country (folders 91-5, 92-17, 93-1, 93-2); early NRB documents from the late 1940s and early 1950s dealing with relations with the National Association of Evangelicals, the starting of the National Prayer Breakfasts, and disputes with the National Council of Churches about their right to speak for religious broadcasters (folder 93-12); a press release on Franco Zeffirelli's Jesus of Nazareth film (92-3); a file of notes and information about congresses held on communication and broadcasting (folder 91-7); a file on NRB's leadership in the Decency in Media movement against pornography in mass media, especially films and television.

Series: III. Publications
Subseries: C. World Evangelical Fellowship
Arrangement: Alphabetical
Date range: 1972-1983
Volume: 1.4 cubic feet
Boxes: 94-97
Geographic coverage: Worldwide, including Australia, Ceylon, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya, Nigeria, Norway, Switzerland
Type of documents: Letters, memos, minutes, newsletters
Predominant or significant correspondents: Phil Butler, James Engel, John Fear, Horst Marquardt, Waldron Scott
Subjects (predominant topics): The use of mass media by Christian organizations to communicate the Gospel, the development of the World Evangelical Fellowship's Communication Commission, the production of the newsletter and other publications of the Commission by NRB
Notes: The files in this subseries reflect Ben Armstrong's membership in the WEF's Communication Commission and the NRB's production of the Commission's reports and newsletters. Besides reports on the WEF's 7th general assembly, the files also contain the minutes and attachments from several of the Communication Commission's meetings.
Exceptional items: Reports and papers on the status of Protestant Evangelicals in various parts of the world given at the WEF's 7th General Assembly (folders 95-5, 95-13), reports of the Asia Theological Association (folder 94-4), reports from the 1978 First European Evangelical Communication Conference held in Amsterdam (folders 94-6, 95-12, see also 97-15)

Series: III. Publications
Subseries: D. Reference
Subseries: There are three subseries: 1. Specific Organizations; 2. Clippings; 3. Scrapbooks
Arrangement: Chronological and alphabetical
Date range: 1922-1990
Volume: 14.9 cubic feet
Boxes: 97-119, 123-134
Type of documents: Reports, press releases, newspaper and magazine clippings, brochures, pamphlets, programs, scrapbooks
Notes: The three reference subseries consist of sets of material which were kept together by the NRB staff and apparently used for reference. There is voluminous information on various Christian organizations (mainly Protestant Evangelical, Fundamentalist or Pentecostal), the NRB itself, or the moral or ethical aspects of current events.

Series: III. Publications
Subseries: D. Reference
Subseries: 1. Specific Organizations
Arrangement: Alphabetical
Date range: 1968-1984
Volume: 3.25 cubic feet
Boxes: 97-105
Geographic coverage: Worldwide, very little from the United States
Type of documents: Newsletters, press releases, newspaper and magazine articles, brochures
Subjects (predominant topics): Christian work in all parts of the world, particularly evangelistic ministries and broadcasting
Notes: These files contain the materials that were sent to NRB to be used in the preparation of newsletters and other publications for World Evangelical Fellowship. They may also have been sent for use in NRB's own magazine. They contain an unscientific but very rich sample of outreach efforts being made by Christian ministries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia, and South America in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Series: III. Publications
Subseries: D. Reference
Subseries: 2. Clippings
Arrangement: Chronological by year (not arranged chronologically within each year)
Date range: 1927-1986; almost all the material falls between 1977 and 1982
Volume: 5.65 cubic feet
Boxes: 105-119
Geographic coverage: Mostly United States, but with much material from all parts of the world
Type of documents: Newspaper and magazine clippings, press releases, pamphlets, correspondence, notes
Subjects: Christian broadcasting in the United States, evangelistic outreach in the United States and other countries
Notes: These files contain a sampling of materials received by the editor of Religious Broadcasting from hundreds of Christian denominations and agencies, to be used for news reports in the magazine. The materials deal mainly with Christian radio and television ministry or with evangelistic outreach programs, but every kind of story relating in any way to the Christian church is represented. Except for being filed by year, the material is completely unorganized and what is in this subseries is a sample selected at random by the archivist from a much larger body of material. Browsing through these files would give a good general idea of Protestant Christian concerns and activities of the time period. There is one very early and brief report from 1927 on laying the cornerstone of WMBI radio station in Chicago. The rest of the clippings are from 1966 or later.

Series: III. Publications
Subseries: D. Reference
Subseries: 3. Scrapbooks
Arrangement: Very rough chronological order
Date range: 1922-1990; almost all the material in the books falls in the range of 1976-1986
Volume: 6.0 cubic feet
Boxes: 123-134
Geographic coverage: United States; a few items about other parts of the world, mainly Europe
Type of documents: Newspaper clippings mostly; some correspondence, brochures, church programs and miscellaneous items
Subjects (predominant topics): Activities of NRB, especially NRB conventions and speeches by Ben Armstrong; religious broadcasting in the United States; the influence of the so-called "electric church"; technical issues related to radio and televison broadcasting; influence of and reactions to conservative Protestantism in the United States; portrayals of evangelists and Evangelicals in the media; activities of the Federal Communications Commission; broadcasting ethical issues; religious broadcasting in Europe; public and private morality in the United States; the political influence of conservative Christians in the United States, especially in presidential elections; the Moral Majority; church vs. state issues; abortion debate; the Jesus film; attitudes toward homosexuality; Jim Bakker, Anita Bryant, George H. W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, Eldridge Cleaver, Charles Colson, Jerry Falwell, Gerald Ford, Billy Graham, Jim Jones, Ronald Reagan, Pat Robertson, Jimmy Swaggert
Notes: These scrapbooks were apparently kept by the publications staff for reference and as a source of quotes and information for NRB publications. Mostly the scrapbooks contain clippings and photocopies of clippings from a wide variety of newspapers and magazines, but there are also many letters or copies of letters that contain information about NRB activities as well as miscellaneous other documents. Almost all the scrapbooks also have attached to the front cover what is called an "index" which is a list of the headlines of all the documents or if there is no headline, a brief description. Most of the contents of individual scrapbooks are in a rough chronological order. The series of scrapbooks themselves, however, which are in the original order in which they were kept by the NRB, often are not. Thus the scrapbook numbered 3A by the NRB contains clippings from the year 1975 and comes after 2A, which has clippings from 1977. Most scrapbooks have a number of some kind assigned by the NRB. In addition, all the scrapbooks have been given a number by the BGCA staff, a number that starts "BGCA-" This is the number the researcher should use when requesting the notebook or referring to it. Scrapbooks BGCA-01 through BGCA-10 appear to form one unit, scrapbooks BGCA-11 through BGCA-21 another, BGCA-22 through BGCA-24 a third. BGCA-25 and BGCA-26 were untitled and apparently not part of any other group. Scrapbook BGCA-30 contains photocopies of very early clippings from 1922 and 1923 about radio station KDKA in Pittsburgh, which was doing some very early religious broadcasting. There are also a few photocopies from the 1930s and 1940s about religious radio broadcasting.

Series: IV. Chapters Files
Arrangement: Alphabetical
Date range: 1967-1988
Volume: 1.4 cubic feet
Boxes: 119-122
Geographic coverage: United States and Caribbean
Type of documents: Correspondence, programs, memos, membership lists, minutes of meetings, papers given at regional conventions
Notes: This series contains files of information kept on the regional chapters of NRB: Caribbean; Eastern; Midwest, Southeastern; Western. Most of the information deals with the plans for the regional convention of each chapter. There is also information about membership costs. See also the tapes of regional conventions described in the Audio Tapes Location Records, tapes T-T.
Exceptional items: Clipping in 119-3, apparently from 1968, mentions that Billy Graham had suggested George H. W. Bush to Richard Nixon as vice president on the Republican ticket. Folder 120-1 contains information on Congressman John Conlan. Folder 121-5 contains a yearbook, profusely illustrated with pictures and documents, celebrating 25 years of ministry (1953-1978) of the Southland Baptist Temple of Paducah, Kentucky under Pastor Harold Council.

Series: V. Audio and Moving Image recordings
Arrangement: Chronological, with undated items at the end
Date Range: 1950, 1968-1990, n.d.
Volume: 486 audio tapes, 200 video tapes (10.3 cubic feet)
Geographic coverage: Almost all the recordings are of the annual meeting held in Washington, DC. A few audio recordings are from other places around the United States.
Subjects: Annual meetings of the NRB, the part that Christian broadcasters should play in American society and politics, professional and technical needs of producers of programing and broadcast stations.
Notes: There is a detailed description of each individual tape in the location records for audio tapes and video tapes. Almost all the tapes are from or about annual meetings (with a few exceptions listed below). Tapes from the annual meetings include the plenary sessions, workshops, promos, and speeches from special guests, including national politicians and leaders, including Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and George H. W. Bush.
Annual meetings of NRB's regional chapters: T66, T151-164, T248-T273, T412-T422, T476-T482
Press conferences held to inform people about the plight of the Siberian Seven: T166, T244
Summer Institute of Communications: T132-T150
Miscellaneous: T1-T3, T7-T10, T16, T26, T398, T483-T486
What's Happening (religious news stories): T11-T15
World Religious News programs: T21-T24
Dedication of broadcasting station WCFC of Chicago in1975: T17-T20


Provenance
The materials in this collection were given to the Archives of the Billy Graham Center by National Religious Broadcasters from 1983-1992.

Accession:83-79, 85-65, 86-43, 88-37, 88-115, 90-25, 90-92, 92-69
May 28, 2002
Robert D. Shuster
R. Estell
A. Santoso
C. Sawyer





Selected List of NRB Leaders
Person Title Years of Service
Benjamin F. Armstrong Executive Secretary, later Executive Director 1966-1989
William Ward Ayer Temporary General Officer 1944
President 1944-1945
Eugene Bertermann President 1952-1954, 1957-1975
C. Gordon Brownville Temporary General Officer 1944
Clinton Churchill Temporary General Officer 1944
President 1945-1947
David Clark President 1991-1993
Chairman of Executive Committee 1993-1994, 1997-2000
Robert Andrew Cook President 1985-1988
Interim Executive Director 1989
Dale Crowley Temporary General Officer 1944
Theodore Elner Presidnet 1948-1952
David Fant Temporary General Officer 1944
Glen Plummer Chairman of the Board 2000-
E. Brandt Gustavson President 1982-1985
Executive Director 1990-1993
President 1993-2001
David Hofer President 1978-1982
James DeForrest Murch President 1956-1957
Jerry Rose President 1988-1991
Wayne Pederson President 2002
Robert Straton Chairman of the Executive Committee 1994-1997
Abe Van Der Puy President 1975-1978
Thomas Zimmerman President 1954-1956





LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 83-79, 88-115, 92-69
Type of Material: Audio Tapes

The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE file.

R/C Speed Minutes Sides Contents Dates
T001 R 7.5 10 1 Promos for the 1969 NRB national convention ca. 12/68
T002 R 7.5 19 1 Announcer Bud Collyer and Bible scholar Robert G. Bratcher (one of the translators of Today's English Version of the American Bible Society) about problems of modern Bible translation. This broadcast was in honor of NRB 1969
T003 R 7.5 6 1 Promos for the 1970 NRB national convention ca. 12/69
T004 R 3.75 56 1 27th Annual Convention. Keynote address by Theodore Epp on "What is Successful Broadcasting." Report by Charles Stone on the work of religious radio broadcasting. On the same tape is what appears to be the presentation, possibly by Mel Johnson (sp?), at a workshop on youth programing 1/27/70
T005 R 3.75 34 1 27th Annual Convention. Comments by Astronaut Michael Scott. Speech by A. W. Goodwin-Hudson on "Freedom." 1/28/70
T006 R 7.5 26 1 27th Annual Convention. Plenary Luncheon. Comments of Robert Wells, Federal Communications Commissioners. Presentation of a Bible by Clyde Taylor to Marshall McLuhan; speech by Thomas Zimmerman on The Indispensable Ingredient for Effective Gospel Broadcasting - The Holy Spirit 1/28/70
T007 R 7.5 15 1 Talk by unidentified speaker on the membership and activities of NRB. Apparently this was part of some kind of training program for broadcasters 6/8/70
T008 R 3.75 64 1 Talk by Tom Skinner, apparently to an NRB banquet of some kind, on "The Three Main Crises of This Age of Revolution." Tape ends before the end of the talk 10/29/70
T009 R 7.5 24 1 Broadcast of Armed Forces Radio and Television Service, Pentagon Forum. Speech of Melvin Laird at the annual convention of NRB, which is mainly a condemnation of barbaric treatment of American prisoners of war by the North Vietnamese government. 1971
T010 R 7.5 37 1 Tape apparently of a session on television broadcasting at the annual NRB convention. Session is informal, with the broadcasters at the meeting discussing their work, opportunities and problems 1/72
T011 R 7.5 23 1 What's Happening. Set of five programs including stories on Baptist leaders meeting with President Ford, BGEA evangelistic campaign in Seattle, Washington, Campus Crusade for Christ and Vonette Bright 2/17/21/75
T012 R 7.5 23 1 What's Happening. Set of five programs including stories on top religious news stories in 1974, Francis Schaeffer, Senator Sam Ervin on religious freedom, Overseas Crusades in Bolivia, formation of the India Federation of Evangelical Churches 2/24-28/75
T013 R 7.5 23 1 What's Happening. Set of five programs including stories on a survey of problems with religious news by the World Association for Christian Communications, the Lausanne Continuation Committee, Far East Broadcasting Corporation, American Tract Society, President Gerald Ford at the National prayer Breakfast 3/3-7/75
T014 R 7.5 23 1 What's Happening. Set of five programs including stories on prayer in public schools, Bible translation in various parts of the world, Southern Baptist missions in Vietnam, discussions of the authority of the Bible 3/10-14/ 75
T015 R 7.5 23 1 What's Happening. Set of five programs including stories on an evangelism congress in Nigeria, prison sentence for Georgi Vins of Underground Evangelism, work of the American Bible Society, the Crossroads Music Ministry 3/17-21/75
T016 R 7.5 23 1 What's Happening. Set of five programs including stories on the BGEA crusade in New Mexico, race relations in the United States, work of TransWorld Radio in Swaziland, the Urbana '76 conference, Christianity in Cambodia 4/7-11/75
T017 R 3.75 53 1 Dedication of the facilities of television station WCFC (Channel 38) in Chicago, the first all-Christian television station in Chicago. Part 2 of 5 parts. (Archives does not have part 1) Sound quality poor and in some parts other materials have been recorded over the dedication ceremony 10/25/ 75
T018 R 7.5 59 1 Dedication of the facilities of television station WCFC (Channel 38) in Chicago, the first all-Christian television station in Chicago. Part 3 of 5 parts. (Archives does not have part 1) Sound quality poor and in some parts other materials have been recorded over the dedication ceremony. Sometimes the program slips into different speeds briefly and in a few spots has been recorded over 10/25/75
T019 R 3.75 61 1 Dedication of the facilities of television station WCFC (Channel 38) in Chicago, the first all-Christian television station in Chicago. Part 4 of 5 parts. (Archives does not have part 1) Sound quality poor and in some parts other materials have been recorded over the dedication ceremony. 10/25/75
T020 R 3.75 58 1 Dedication of the facilities of television station WCFC (Channel 38) in Chicago, the first all-Christian television station in Chicago. Part 5 of 5 parts. (Archives does not have part 1) Sound quality poor and in some parts other materials have been recorded over the dedication ceremony. 10/25/75
T021 R 7.5 30 1 World Religious News, Program 134. Broadcast includes stories on the election of Jimmy Carter as US president, satellite ministry of CBN, Georgi Vins, churches in the Soviet Union, Here's Life America campaign. Individual stories on, among other topics, Evangelical activity in France, racism in South Africa. 11/76
T022 R 7.5 30 1 World Religious News, Program 124. Broadcast includes stories on prayer in public schools, transcendental meditation, the National Prayer Congress, and the 40th World Wide Missions Convention held in Northern Ireland. Individual stories on OMS International, Everett Graffam and the World Relief Commission, missions and evangelism in Germany, America's religious heritage 76
T023 R 7.5 30 1 World Religious News, Program 127. Tape first contains a broadcast with stories about, among other things, women priests in the Episcopal Church, statistics on "Born Again" Christians in the United States, religious freedom in Communist East Germany, Congressman John Conlan, abortion as an election issue, prayer in the United Kingdom. Program is followed by twelve brief individual stories on, for example, Evangelical broadcasting in Holland, OMS International, telephone counseling, help for parents with children in cults, the Lausanne Committee on World Evangelization, and the Scandinavian church 1976
T024 R 7.5 30 1 World Religious News, Program 136. Broadcast includes stories on First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, the right to die, peace movement. Individual stories on Evangelical Humanitarian relief, Jews for Jesus 1976
T025 R 7.5 25 1 Promos to be broadcast over the radio for the upcoming NRB national convention. Promos describe in some detail the purpose and content of the convention ca. 12/77
T026 R 7.5 30 1 Five brief advertisements for the National Affairs Briefing to be held in Dallas, Texas. The meeting speakers would be looking at national and foreign affairs from a conservative Christian viewpoint. People promoting the Briefing on the tape, which was apparently meant for radio broadcast, included Tom Landry, B. Clayton Bell, W. A. Criswell, James Robinson, and Mary Crowley ca. 8/80
T027 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Opening. Speaker - Oswald C.J. Hoffmann. Topic - Our Message for the 80's. Also in the program - Paul Hollinger, David L. Hofer, Abe C. Van Der Puy, Norma Zimmer, Wendell P. Loveless, David Breese, Christian Destiny, Pat Robertson, Jimmy Allen, George Otis, and Robert Ball 1/20/80
T028 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Keynote Plenary Session. Speaker - David L. Hofer. Topic - Show Forth His Salvation. Also in the program - Howard O. Jones, Jr., Carl Lundquist, Don Fearheiley, Jimmy R. Allen, Norma Zimmer, Theodore Epp, and Don Lyon 1/21/80
T029 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - International Broadcasters. Topic - The Battle for Africa. Moderator - Howard O. Jones. Panel - Bruce Cook, Lee Baas, and Ronald Frazee 1/21/80
T030 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - Television. Topic - The State of Christian Television - Present Issues and Future Prospects. Speaker - Jerry Falwell. Also in the program - David Clark, David Hofer, and Keith Houser 1/21/80
T031 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - Seminars for Christian Leaders. Topic - Sharing Life for His Glory. Moderator - Dorothy J. Edwards. Also in the program - Ray Thomas, Virginia Shell, and Betty Stevens 1/21/80
T032 C 2 37th Annual Convention. FCC Panel Plenary Session. Moderator - Richard E. Wiley. Also in the program - Richard P. Bott, Richard Shiben, Jerold L. Jacobs, Willard R. Nichols, Arthur L. Ginsburg, Henry L. Baumann, and Roy J. Stewart 1/21/80
T033 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Commercial Broadcasters. Topic (1) - Automation and Computerization. Topic (2) - Revenue Producing Programs Other Than Religious. Moderator - Thomas W. Read. Panel - I. Jerome Kenagy, Harold Erickson, and Carl Peterson 1/21/80
T034 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Non-Commercial Broadcasters. Topic - The EEO (Equal Employment Opportunities) and You. Moderator - J. Richard Florence. Panel - Jeffrey Southmayd, William A. Sadlier, J. Morgan Hodges, Dean Sippel, and Edna Edwards 1/21/80
T035 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Program Producers. Topic - Hallmarks of Success for Christian Broadcasters - The Pioneers Speak Out. Moderator - Paul Evans. Panel - Robert A. Cook, J. Allen Blair, John DeBrine, David Breese, and Clyde Narramore 1/21/80
T036 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Television. Topic - Creative Children's Programming. Moderator - Robert Schihl. Panel - Jean Donaldson and Glen Rutledge 1/21/80
T037 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Television. Topic - How to use Television in World Evangelization. Moderator: Victor Eliason. Panel - Bill Bright and D. James Kennedy 1/21/80
T038 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Seminars for Christian Leaders. Topic - Family in Crisis. Moderator - Robert J. Billings. Participants - Jerry Falwell, Jim Bakker, and Connie Marshner 1/21/80
T039 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Fourth Plenary Session. Speaker - John W. Williams. Also in the program - Eugene R. Bertermann, Herbert Bowdoin, Larnelle Harris, Jimmy Carter, Rex Humbard, Raude Aimee Humbard, The Humbard Family Singers, and Robert A. Cook 1/21/80
T040 C 1 37th Annual Convention. Fourth Plenary Session. President Jimmy Carter's NRB Speech 1/21/80
T041 C 1 37th Annual Convention. Fourth Plenary Session. President Jimmy Carter's NRB Speech 1/21/80
T042 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - International Broadcasting. Topic - Europe and the USSR. Moderator - Bert Dorenbos. Panel - Nick Leonovich, Dick Saunders, and Paul Semenchuk 1/22/80
T043 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Television. Topic - How to Use Television in World Evangelization. Moderator - Victor Eliason. Panel - Bill Bright and D. James Kennedy 1/22/80
T044 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Television. Topic - Station Format - All Religious vs. Mixed Secular. Moderator - Irvin S. Yeaworth. Participants - Jerry K. Rose and Thomas Smith 1/22/80
T045 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Seminars for Christian Leaders. Topic - Communication Crises on All Levels. Moderator - Marge Flora. Also in the Program - Millie Dienert, Kenneth Jay Burrett and the Blackwood Brothers 1/22/80
T046 C 1 37th Annual Convention. Washington Seminar in Communications I. Topic - Options for Low Power Stations. Moderator - Carl Jacobson. Panel - Jerold Jacobs and Charles Estep 1/22/80
T047 C 2 37th Annual Convention. FCC Luncheon. Speaker - Ernest F. Hollings. Topic - Communications in the 80's. Also in the program - E. Brandt Gustavson, Louis Evans, Jr., Burt Kettinger, Charles D. Ferris, Tyrone Brown, Joseph R. Fogarty, Anne Jones, Robert E. Lee, James H. Quello, Abbott Washburn, James N. Birkitt, Jerry K. Rose, and Billy A. Melvin 1/22/80
T048 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Plenary Workshop. Topic - Reaching Cities for Christ. Moderator - J. Morgan Hodges. Also in the program - Jimmy Waters, Larnelle Harris, Bob Harrison, Samuel Vines, and Cornelius Keur 1/22/80
T049 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - International Broadcasters. Topic - Reaching Spanish-Speaking and Portuguese-Speaking People. Moderator - Abe C. Van Der Puy. Panel - Samuel Montoya and Charles Denyer 1/22/80
T050 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Program Producers. Topic - How to Make Certain You Stay on the Air (What Stations Want Most from Program Producers). Moderator - Tim LaHaye. Panel - Judd Sturtevant, Dick Schroeder, Richard Florence, Tom Moffit, Vic Eliason, Tom Bisset, and Jim Patterson 1/22/80
T051 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Television. Topic - How to Prepare and Stay on the Air - A Legal Update. Moderator - Carl Fielstra. Panel - John Midlen, James Gammon, and Larry Secrest 1/22/80
T052 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Hallmark Plenary Session. Speaker - Thomas F. Zimmerman. Topic - The Law of Divine Increase. Also in the program - Robert F. Andrews, Paul E. Freed, Cynthia Clawson, Glenn Tingley, and Mrs. Ruth Boyd 1/22/80
T053 C 2 37TH Annual Convention. Gallup Reception 1/22/80
T054 C 2 37th Annual Convention. NAE Breakfast. Speaker - Jesse Helms. Topic - What Can We Expect in 1980? Also in the program - Robert Dugan, Billy A. Melvin and Steve Musto 1/23/80
T055 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session V - International Broadcasting. Topic - The Middle East - How Are Listeners Responding? Moderator - Bassam Madany. Panel - Ronald Frazee 1/23/80
T056 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session V - Non-Commercial Broadcasters. Topic - Open Mike - An Opportunity to Discuss General Areas of Mutual Concern. Moderator - Paul Ramseyer. Participant - Don Robertson 1/23/80
T057 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session V - Program Producers. Topic - The Broadcast as a Ministry - Formats: Launching News Ministries. Public Service and Sustaining Releases. Moderator - Harold Sala. Panel - David Mains, Mary Dorr, Steuart McBirnie, and David Hocking 1/23/80
T058 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session V - Television. Topic - News and Public Affairs - Bane or Blessing?. Moderator - Bill Freeman. Panel - Cal Thomas, Norman Mintle, and Bill Willoughby 1/23/80
T059 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session V - Television. Topic - How to Prepare and Stay on the Air - A Legal Update. Moderator - Carl Fielstra. Panel - John Midlen, James Gammon, and Larry Secrest 1/23/80
T060 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Eighth Plenary Session. Topic - How to Reach the Man on the Street. Speakers - M.R. DeHaan II, Benjamin Smith, and James Robison. Also in the program - Robert A. Cook, Ian Stanley, John McKay, David Clark, and Mel Johnson 1/23/80
T061 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session VI - International Broadcasters. Topic - Communicating Christianity to a Changing Asia. Moderator - Robert Bowman. Panel - Isaac Jen, William P. Mial, Billy Kim 1/23/80
T062 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session VI - Non-Commercial Broadcasters. Topic - Ethics and Integrity. Moderator - Al Sanders. Panel - E. Brandt Gustavson, Richard E. Wiley, and George R. Grange, II 1/23/80
T063 C 2 37th Annual Convention. Workshop Session VI - Television. Topic - Wrap-up - Unanswered Questions and Ideas for 1981 Convention. Moderator - David Clark. Panel - David Clark, Bill Hull, Jerry Rose, Keith Houser, John E. Gilman, Jack Moss, and Irvin S. Yeaworth 1/23/80
T064 C 1 37th Annual Convention. News Conference. American Festival of Evangelism 1/23/80
T065 C 1 37th Annual Convention. News Conference. Prayer in Public Schools 1/23/80
T066 C 2 Service held at the Thomas Road Church pastored by Rev. Jerry Falwell to honor the delegates of the southeastern and intercollegiate chapters of National Religious Broadcasters, who were meeting in nearby Washington, DC. Speakers during the service included Falwell and Benjamin Armstrong. Program includes recognition of radio station HCJB ca. 80
T067 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Keynote Plenary Session. Music - Men of Melody and Christine Wyrtzen. Speaker - Adrian Rogers. Also on the program - J. Floyd Williams, David L. Hofer, Bill Bright, Ronald Reagan, and David Breese 1/25/81
T068 C 1 38th Annual Convention. Opening Plenary Session. Music - Men of Melody. Speaker - George Sweeting. Also on the program - Louis L. King, Darrell L. Anderson, Billy A. Melvin, Ben Armstrong, and Mel Johnson 1/26/81
T069 C 2 38th Annual Convention. NAE Church Leaders Seminar I. Music - Steve Musto. Speaker - Stephen F. Olford. Also on the program - Gordon Bacon and Anita Moreland 1/26/81
T070 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Non-Commercial Station Owners and Operators. Topic - How to Succeed in Fund Raising Without Really Crying. Moderator - Wayne Pederson. Participants - Tom Sommerville, Mel Johnson, and Ed Hales 1/26/81
T071 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - International Broadcasters. Topic - The Latin American Challenge of Today and Tomorrow. Moderator - Paul Finkenbinder. Participants - Roger Stubbe, Gabriel Otero, and Elmer Bueno 1/26/81
T072 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Seminar for Christian Leaders. Topic - Meet Your Audience of Tomorrow - They're on the Campus of Today. Moderator - Robert A. Feathersone. Participants - James F. Engel, Martin DeHaan, and Carl Jacobson 1/26/81
T073 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - TV Plenary Session. Topic - Keynote Session - TV Ministry in the 80's. Moderator - David Clark. Participant - Jack Hayford. Music - Walter Arties 1/26/81
T074 C 2 38th Annual Convention. NRB Plenary Session. Music - Christine Wyrtzen. Speaker - D. James Kennedy. Also on the program - Robert Andrews, David L. Hofer, and Herbert Bowdoin 1/26/81
T075 C 2 38th Annual Convention. FCC Plenary Session. Presiding - Richard P. Bott. Moderator - Richard E. Wiley. Panelists - FCC Divisional Chiefs: Richard Shiben, Jerold Jacobs, Willard R. Nichols, Arthur L. Ginsburg, Henry L. Baumann, and Roy J. Stewart 1/26/81
T076 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - International Broadcasters. Topic - Reaching Europe and the USSR. Moderator - Myrna Grant. Participants - Jack Koziol, Bert Dorenbos, Germaine Lockwood, and Chris Durr 1/26/81
T077 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Seminar for Christian Leaders. Topic - Sharing A Cup of Cold Water. Moderator - Karen Mains. Participants - Dr. and Mrs. Larry Ward, and Robert O. Schoffstall. Music - Wanda Adams 1/26/81
T078 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television. Topic - TV Ministry in the 80's - Emerging Opportunities. Moderator - Jerry Rose. Participants - Gary Arlen, David Clark, and Tom Sine 1/26/81
T079 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television. Topic - Open Dialogue Between Station Managers and Program Producers - What Do You Want in the 80's. Moderator - Keith Houser. Presentors - Harold Wheat and Daniel Matthews 1/26/81
T080 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Evening Plenary Session. Speaker - S.M. Lockridge. Music - Kim Wickes and the Blackwood Brothers. Also on the program - Eugene R. Bertermann, Billy A. Melvin, David Breese, and Donald Bailey 1/26/81
T081 C 2 38th Annual Convention. American For Jesus. Speakers - John Gimenez and Bill Bright 1/26/81
T082 C 2 38th Annual Convention. American For Jesus. Speakers - John Gimenez and Bill Bright 1/26/81
T083 C 1 38th Annual Convention. News Conference with D. James Kennedy 1/26/81
T084 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Annual Congressional Breakfast. Music - Northwestern College Ensemble & Orchestra. Speaker - Jerry Falwell. Also on the program - David L. Hofer and Charles Stanley 1/27/81
T085 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Non-Commercial Station Owners & Operators. Topic - The Quality Goes In Before His Name Goes On or When I Say No I Feel Guilty. Moderator - Glen Velker 1/27/81
T086 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - International Broadcasters. Topic - The Challenge of Africa and the Mid-East. Moderator - John Wheatley. Participants - Lee Baas, Ron Frazee, and Dale G. Hooper 1/27/81
T087 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Seminar for Christian Leaders. Topic - Stand Up, America!. Moderator - Bob Straton. Participants - Tom Donahue and Miss Cheryl Prewitt. Music - Cheryl Prewitt 1/27/81
T088 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television. Topic - TV Ministry in the 80's - Emerging Opportunities. Moderator - Jerry Rose. Participants - Gary Arlen, David Clark, and Tom Sine 1/27/81
T089 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television. Topic - Satellite Communication and Information. Moderator - William Hull. Participants - Alex Blomerth, Lawrence Driscoll, Ray Kassis, and Polly Rash 1/27/81
T090 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television. Topic - Open Dialogue Between Station Managers and Program Producers - What Do You Want in the 80's. Moderator - Keith Houser. Presentors - Harold Wheat and Daniel Matthews 1/27/81
T091 C 1 38th Annual Convention. Washington Seminar in Communications I 1/27/81
T092 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Evangelical Foreign Missions Association. Topic - The Impact of world Economics on Missions. Presiding - Vernon R. Wiebe. Speaker - David J. James 1/27/81
T093 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Evangelical Social Action Commission. Topic - Christian Privilege to Diversity: Military Spending. Presiding - Vic Glavach. Speaker - Mark O. Hatfield 1/27/81
T094 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Evangelism and Home Missions Association. Topic - Radio and Local Church Evangelism. Presiding - Charles Denton. Speaker - Dan Betzer 1/27/81
T095 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Woman's Fellowship Commission. Topic - Reshaping our Life Styles. Presiding - Winnie Bartel. Speaker - Anne Ortlund 1/27/81
T096 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - World Relief Corporation. Topic - The Refugee Heartcry. Presiding - Grandy Mangham. Speaker - Clifford Bjorklund 1/27/81
T097 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Evangelical Foreign Missions Association. Topic - Lifestyle with a Purpose. Presiding - Warren Webster. Speaker - Ronald J. Sider 1/27/81
T098 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Evangelical Social Action Commission. Topic - Basics in Christian Citizenship. Presiding - Louis Rawls. Speaker - Anthony Campolo 1/27/81
T099 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Evangelism and Home Missions Association. Topic - Television and Local Church Evangelism. Presiding - John Nichols. Speakers - Bruce Dunn and Sherman Williams 1/27/81
T100 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - National Christian Education Association. Topic - The Adult Boom - Let's Get Ready. Presiding - Silas L. Gaither. Speaker - Kenneth S. Rice 1/27/81
T101 C 2 38th Annual Convention. NAE Church Leaders Seminar II. Speaker - Stephen F. Olford. Music - Steve Musto. Also on the program - Stanley Allaby and Harold Smith 1/27/81
T102 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - International Broadcasters. Topic - The Open Doors of Asia. Moderator - David Adeney. Participants - David Adams, Chow Lein-Hwa, Ed Kilbourn, and Nguyen P. Le 1/27/81
T103 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Seminar for Christian Leaders. Topic - Attaining and Maintaining Family Unity. Moderator - Mel Johnson. Participants - Time and Beverly LaHaye. Music - Living Sacrifice Band 1/27/81
T104 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television. Topic - Time Buying - Can Religious Ministries Survive the 80's. M.C. - Ray Wilson. Moderator - Mike Nason. Participants - Shirley Cooke, Peggy George, Connie LaJoie, Gary Taylor, Rex Humbard, and Eldon Wyant 1/27/81
T105 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Evening Plenary Session. Speaker - Paul Cho. Music - John and Mary Giger, and William Bernsten. Also on the program - Arthur E. Gay, Paul Evans, David Breese, and Robert A. Cook 1/27/81
T106 C 1 38th Annual Convention. Press Conference with Jerry Falwell 1/27/81
T107 C 2 38th Annual Convention. World Relief Breakfast 1/28/81
T108 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Program Producers. Topic - Ethical Responsibility and Financial Accountability. Moderator - E. Brandt Gustavson. Participants - Paul Evans and Olan Hendrix 1/28/81
T109 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Commercial Station Owners and Operators. Topic - EEO and Other Headaches (Legal Problems). Moderator - Tom Wallace. Participant - B. Jay Baraff 1/28/81
T110 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Non-Commercial Station Owners and Operators. Topic - The FCC and Thee. Moderator - Wayne Pederson. Participants - Larry Perry 1/28/81
T111 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - International Broadcasters. Topic - What International Programs Want From Stations and What International Stations Want From Programs. Moderator - Rick Quintana. Participants Bill McClure, Lee Baas, and John Wheatley 1/28/81
T112 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television. Topic - Time Buying - Can Religious Ministries Survive the 80's. M.C. - Ray Wilson. Moderator - Mike Nason. Participants - Shirley Cooke, Peggy George, Connie LaJoie, Gary Taylor, and Eldon Wyant 1/28/81
T113 C 1 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Cable Television. Topic - What The Cable Owner Expects. Speaker - Ted Baehr 1/28/81
T114 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Cable Television. Topic - TV As A Nonbroadcasting Ministry. Speaker - Edward Temple 1/28/81
T115 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Washington Seminar in Communications II 1/28/81
T116 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Evangelical Foreign Missions Association. Topic - The Role of Tentmakers in Modern Missions. Presiding - Vernon R. Weibe. Speakers - Warren Webster and J. Christy Wilson, Jr. 1/28/81
T117 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Evangelical Social Action Commission. Topic - Civil Responsibility or Civil Religion?. Presiding - Gladion Carney. Speaker - Walter E. Fauntroy 1/28/81
T118 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - National Christian Education Association. Topic - Teaching Morals in an Amoral Society. Presiding - Silas L. Gaither. Speaker - Joseph Bayly 1/28/81
T1 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Women's Fellowship Commission. Topic - Putting It All Together. Presiding - Winnie Bartel. Speaker - Anne Ortlund 1/28/81
T120 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - World Relief Corporation. Topic - The World View: Key to Church Renewal. Presiding - Donald B. Patterson. Speaker - James Johnson 1/28/81
T121 C 2 38th Annual Convention. NAE Luncheon. Speakers - Roger W. Jepsen and Robert Dugan. Music - Steve Musto. Also on the program - J. Floyd Williams, Ervin Ingebretson, and Violet Bergquist 1/28/81
T122 C 2 38th Annual Convention. NRB Plenary Session. Topic - TV Ministry in an X-Rated World - Today and Tomorrow. Panelists - Jimmy Allen, Jim Bakker, James Robison, George Vandeman, and Jack Van Impe. Music - Cheryl Prewitt. Also on the program - David Clark and G.L. Johnson 1/28/81
T123 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Women's Fellowship Commission. Topic - Overcoming Obstacles. Presiding - Winnie Bartel. Speaker - Joni Eareckson Tada 1/28/81
T124 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - World Relief Corporation. Topic - 60 Minutes with WRC. Presiding - Leslie B. Flynn. Speakers - Reg Reimer and Andy Bishop. Moderator - Edward E. Plowman 1/28/81
T125 C 2 38th Annual Convention. NAE Church Leaders Seminar III. Speakers - Steve Musto and Stephen Olford 1/28/81
T126 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - International Broadcasters. Topic - New Technology and Trends for International Broadcasting. Moderator - Robert Bowman. Participants - Craig Hodsen, Jeffrey Wiebe, and James Buswell 1/28/81
T127 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Seminar for Christian Leaders. Topic - I AM = Because of Christ. Moderator - Edna Edwards. Participants - Rexella Van Impe and Wilma Stanchfield 1/28/81
T128 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television. Topic - TV Wrap-up. Moderators - William Hull, Jerry Rose, Paul Gaehring, David Clark, and Ray Wilson 1/28/81
T129 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Convocation '81 Banquet. Speaker - Billy Graham. Music - Dino Kartsonakis, and Steve and Barbara Musto. Also on the program - David L. Hofer, Thomas F. Zimmerman, Billy A. Melvin, Ben Armstrong, and J. Floyd Williams 1/28/81
T130 C 2 38th Annual Convention. Awards 1/26-28/81
T131 C 1 38th Annual Convention. Ben Armstrong and NRB staff members talk about Convocation '81 first hand 1/81
T132 C 1 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - Introduction to Religious Communication. Speaker - Ben Armstrong and staff
T133 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - The Electric Church. Speaker - Ben Armstrong 5/31-6/5/81
T134 C 1 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - Radio Engineering. Speaker - McMindes 5/31-6/5/81
T135 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Broadcasting Practicum & Writing Workshop. Speakers - Bob Hill and Virgil Megill 5/31-6/5/81
T136 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Broadcasting Practicum & Writing Workshop. Speakers - Bob Hill and Virgil Megill 5/31-6/5/81
T137 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Broadcasting Practicum & Writing Workshop 5/31-6/5/81
T138 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - Morality in Media. Speaker - Morton Hill 5/31-6/5/81
T139 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - Creative TV Productions. Speaker - Bransford 5/31-6/5/81
T140 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - Creative TV Productions. Speaker - Bransford 5/31-6/5/81
T141 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Speaker - Paul Carpenter 5/31-6/5/81
T142 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - Writing for the Media. Speaker - Morton Hill 5/31-6/5/81
T143 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - Low Power TV. Speaker - Alex Blomerth 5/31-6/5/81
T144 C 1 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - Low Power TV. Speaker - Alex Blomerth 5/31-6/5/81
T145 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - Filing a Station Application. Speaker - B. J. Baraff 5/31-6/5/81
T146 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - How the Electric Church Supports the Local Church. Speaker - Rhoads 5/31-6/5/81
T147 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - Production Techniques. Speaker - Virgil Megill 5/31-6/5/81
T148 C 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Topic - Non-Commercial Radio & News & Public Affairs. Speaker - Dean Sippel 5/31-6/5/81
T149 C Summer Institute of Communications. Armstrong/Fore Debate. Topic - The Electronic Church and the Institutional Church. Moderator - Thomas P. Bailey 6/2/81
T150 c 2 Summer Institute of Communications. Side 1: Charles Stanley on the Challenges Facing the Pastor in Religious Broadcasting 6/23/81
T151 C 2 Midwest Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Staying Current with FCC Laws. Speaker - Larry Perry 9/24/81-9/25/81
T152 C 2 Midwest Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Good Programming Techniques for Radio. Speaker - Carl Miller 9/24/81-9/25/81
T153 C 1 Midwest Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Talk Programs: Do's & Don'ts. Speaker - Vic Eliason 9/24/81-9/25/81
T154 C 2 Midwest Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Financial Accountability. Speaker - George Wilson 9/24/81-9/25/81
T155 C 2 Midwest Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Starting and Sustaining a Campus Radio Station. Speaker - Dr. Stuart Johnson 9/24/81-9/25/81
T156 C 2 Midwest Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - How FM Translators Expand Your Listening Audience. Speaker - Warren Stewart 9/24/81-9/25/81
T157 C 1 Midwest Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - The Music Licensing Crisis. Speaker - Richard Bott 9/24/81-9/25/81
T158 C 2 Midwest Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Automating the Christian Station. Speaker - Don Rupp 9/24/81-9/25/81
T159 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. First Plenary Workshop 9/21/81-9/22/81
T160 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Second Plenary Workshop 9/21/81-9/22/81
T161 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Third Plenary Workshop 9/21/81-9/22/81
T162 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Fourth Plenary Workshop 9/21/81-9/22/81
T163 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Speakers - Joyce Landorf and Donn Moomaw 9/21/81-9/22/81
T164 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Speaker - Judge Crickard 9/21/81-9/22/81
T165 R 7.5 22 1 Several promos by Jerry Rose, Brandt Gustavson and others for the NRB national convention to be held in February. Emphasis is placed on the convention's theme, "Reaching the Family" ca. 1/82
T166 C 2 Press conference held in the United States by people who wanted to inform the American population about the plight of the Siberian Seven, a group of Pentecostal Christians who received sanctuary in the American embassy in Moscow for several years because of religious persecution. Among the speakers was Senator Carl Levin, who introduced a bill to aid the Seven. Ca. 1/82
T167 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Opening Plenary Session. Speaker - E. V. Hill. Music - Joy Simpson. Also on the program - E. Brandt Gustavson, David L. Hofer, Joseph Springer, Doug Oldham, Time of Deliverance Singers, W. Dale Oldham, Ian Stanley, James Johnson, Horst Marquardt, Ruth Crawford Porter, and Kenneth Beachboard 2/7/82
T168 C 1 39th Annual Convention. Keynote Plenary Session. Speaker - G.L. Johnson. Topic - Reaching the Family. Music - Joy Simpson. Also on the program - Paul Ramseyer, Richard Bott, Billy Melvin, Ben Armstrong, Robert Lamont, David L. Hofer, Manford George Gutzke, Rolf K. McPherson, Lois Stewart, Gordon K. Powell, and Bruce Dunn 2/8/82
T169 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - Commercial Radio Stations. Topic - Computers for Radio Traffic and Bookkeeping. Moderator - Paul Hollinger. Participants - Steven Vaughn and Clifton Hall 2/8/82
T170 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - International Broadcasting. Topic - Cooperation in International Broadcasting. Moderator - William Brownson. Panelists - Grace Jordan, Don Triezenberg, Jim Bowman, Norman Olson, and Tom Fulghum 2/8/82
T171 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - Non-Commercial Radio Stations. Topic - Regulation and Deregulation for Non-Commercial Stations. Moderator - Wayne Pederson. Participants - Lawrence W. Secrest III and Ashton Hardy 2/8/82
T172 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - Program Producers. Topic - Staying Spiritually Fresh. Moderator - James Earl Massey 2/8/82
T173 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - Television. Topic - Reaching Children Through the TV Media. Moderator - Jerry Rose. Participant - Hedda Sharapan 2/8/82
T174 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - Seminar for Christian Leaders. Topic - The Value of the Individual - Its Impact on the Family. Moderator - Kathy Osbeck. Participants - Wayne Alderson and Marilee Pierce Dunker 2/8/82
T175 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Board of Directors and Chapter Officers Luncheon. Speaker - Robert Lamont. Also on the program - Lee Shultz, James N. Birkitt, Chapter Presidents and David Webber 2/8/82
T176 C 2 39th Annual Convention. FCC Panel Plenary Session. Moderator - Richard E. Wiley. Panelists - Laurence Harris, Henry L. Baumann, Larry D. Eads, Stephen F. Sewell, Rod Porter, and Roy J. Stewart. Also on the program - Tom Wallace and Robert Ball 2/8/82
T177 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Black Broadcasters. Topic - Role of Minority Women in Christian Media. Moderator - Wanda K. Jones. Participants - Lois Shepherd, Barbara King-Blake, and Sonia Yii Lim 2/8/82
T178 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Cable Television. Side A: Topic - Beginning a Cable TV Ministry. Moderator - Ray Wilson. Side B: Topic - Capturing an Audience. Moderator - Sam Wagner. Participant - Theodore Baehr 2/8/82
T179 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Commercial Radio Stations. Topic - Commercial Spot Sales - Fact or Fiction?. Moderator - Dennis Worden. Participants Ed Mahoney and James W. Young 2/8/82
T180 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Engineering. Topic - Cassettes for Broadcast. Moderator - Warren R. Wilson. Participant - Timothy Cole 2/8/82
T181 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Hispanic Broadcasters. Topic - Role of Hispanic Women in Radio and Television. Moderator - Aimee Cortese 2/8/82
T182 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - International Broadcasting. Topic - Cooperation in Broadcasting to Iron Curtain Countries. Moderator - Peter Deyneka, Jr.. Participants - Joseph Steiner, George Festian, and Aleksander Kircum 2/8/82
T183 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Non-Commercial Radio Stations. Topic - Satellite Radio - The Voice of the Global Village. Moderator - Jeffrey Wiebe. Participants - Pete E.M. Warren III, Jack Hightower, Paul Virts, and Robert Neff 2/8/82
T184 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Program Producers. Topic - Helping Your Listener Feel Involved. Moderator - Dan Betzer. Participants - Paul Evans 2/8/82
T185 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Television. Topic - Programming the All-Christian Station. Moderator - Al Metsker. Participant - Jerry Rose 2/8/82
T186 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Television. Topic - TV and Reality. Moderator - Theodore Baehr. Participants - Robert Slosser, George Heinemann, and Robert Morse 2/8/82
T187 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Television. Practical Steps to Audience Measurement. Moderator - David W. Clark. Participant - Jack Keeler 2/8/82
T188 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Television. Emerging Legal Problems. Moderator - Russell Bixler. Participants - B. Jay Baraff, James K. Edmundson, John Midlen, and James A. Gammon 2/8/82
T189 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Seminar for Christian Leaders. Topic - It's a Family Affair. Moderator - Grace Jordan. Participants - Charlene Curry and Colleen Townsend Evans 2/8/82
T190 C 1 39th Annual Convention. Family Plenary Session. Eugene R. Bertermann, B. Sam Hart, Choir and Orchestra from the First Baptist Church, Atlanta 2/8/82
T191 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Family Plenary Session. Special Feature: Live Origination of The 700 Club. Host - Pat Robertson 2/8/82
T192 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Congressional Breakfast. Speaker - Charles Stanley. Music - Choir and Orchestra from First Baptist Church, Atlanta. Also on the program - David L. Hofer, Robert Dugan, and James D. Ford 2/9/82
T193 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Black Broadcasters. Topic - Music and Media. Moderator - Charles Williams. Participants - Bill Morgan and Rick Payton 2/9/82
T194 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Cable Television. Topic - Cable Roundtable. Moderator - Ray Wilson. Topic - Times Sales or Contributor Base Cable Operation, Speaker - James Houpt. Topic - How to Program a Cable Station, Speaker - Don Wilson. Topic - Satellite Reception and Cablecast 2/9/82
T195 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Commercial Radio Stations. Topic - Current Legal Problems. Moderator - Tom Wallace. Participants - B. Jay Baraff and Lawrence W. Secrest III 2/9/82
T196 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Engineering. Topic - Automation for Religious Broadcasting. Moderator - Jack H. Pelon. Participant - Larry Zaiser 2/9/82
T197 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - International Broadcasting. Topic - Trend in Latin American Broadcasting. Moderator - Jose Reinoso. Participants - Janet Luttrell and Robert Hatch 2/9/82
T198 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Non-Commercial Radio Stations. Topic - Promotion-The Key to Growth. Moderator - Tom Sommerville. Participants - Tom Hesse and Mike Heuberger 2/9/82
T199 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Program Producers. Topic - Two Perspectives on Transition...Coming and Going. Moderator - Norman Nelson. Participants - Dan Betzer, Paul Evans, and James Christensen 2/9/82
T200 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Television. Topic - Starting a TV Station (Including Low Power). Moderator - Keith Houser. Participant - Alex Blomerth 2/9/82
T201 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Television. Topic - The Follow-Up Ministry of Television. Moderator - William B. Hull. Participants - David Chilcote, George Vandeman, Kenneth Roberts, and J. O. Grooms 2/9/82
T202 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Television. Topic - Satellites in the Future. Moderator - Thomas C. Durfey. Participants - Glenn Taylor, Richard Smith, and Robert Johnson 2/9/82
T203 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Seminars for Christian Leaders. Topic - Total Health and the Christian Family. Moderator - Jon Campbell. Participants - Dr. Alfred L. Heller and Dr. Ken Schemmer 2/9/82
T204 C 1 39th Annual Convention. Washington Seminar in Communications I. Topic - Broadcasting Trends. Speaker - Stephen A. Sharp. Moderator - Benjamin Hale 2/9/82
T205 C 2 39th Annual Convention. FCC Luncheon. Speaker - Mark Fowler. Music - Doug Oldham. Also on the program - Robert Ball, Mark S. Fowler, Mimi Weyforth Dawson, Joseph R. Fogarty, Anne Jones, James H. Quello, Henry M.O. Rivera, Abbott Washburn, Al Metsker, Jack Kandel, Richard E. Wiley, Carl Ferwerda, and Jerry Falwell 2/9/82
T206 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Reaching the Minority Family. Presiding - Howard O. Jones. Participants - F.D. Washington, Benjamin T. Moore, Ben Kinchlow, John Gimenez, and Ray Wilson 2/9/82
T207 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Family Seminar Series. Topic - Strategies for Reaching the Family. Moderator - Richard Parrish. Participants - Jerry Regier and Bill Bright 2/9/82
T208 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Family Seminar Series. Topic - Reaching Families Everywhere. Presiding - Lee Shultz. Participants - George Wilson, Lester Sumrall, and Mel Johnson 2/9/82
T209 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Challenge Plenary Session. Speaker - John MacArthur, Jr. Topic - Challenge to the Family. Music - Johnny Hall. Also on the program - Thomas F. Zimmerman, Thomas "Ed" Steele, Ronald Reagan, and Melvin Jones 2/9/82
T210 C 1 39th Annual Convention. Challenge Plenary Session. Ronald Reagan's Speech. Music - Doug Oldham 2/9/82
T211 C 1 39th Annual Convention. Challenge Plenary Session. China Report - The Reopening of China. Participants - Ruth Bell Graham, Paul E. Kauffman, Robert Bowman, and Paul Freed 2/9/82
T212 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Challenge Plenary Session. Awards Presentation. Accepted by James Dobson 2/9/82
T213 C 1 39th Annual Convention. Press Conference with Jerry Falwell 2/9/82
T214 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Black Broadcasters Committee Breakfast. Speaker - F.D. Washington. Music - Larnelle Harris. Presiding - J. Morgan Hodges. Testimony - Pat Kelly 2/10/82
T215 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Commercial Radio Stations. Topic - Research. Moderator - Richard Bott II. Participant - Rupert R. Ridgeway 2/10/82
T216 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Engineering. Topic - Camera Developments for Local TV Origination. Moderator - Richard Kennedy. Participant - Fred Haines 2/10/82
T217 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Hispanic Broadcasters. Topic - How to Start and Finance a Hispanic Religious Radio-TV Program. Moderator - John Gimenez. Participants - Florent Toirac, Juan Romero, Paul Finkenbinder, and Elmer Bueno 2/10/82
T218 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - International Broadcasting. Topic - Trends in Far East Broadcasting. Moderator - Jim R. Bowman. Participants - David Adams, Henry Go H. J. Wu, and David Lawrence 2/10/82
T219 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Non-Commercial Radio Stations. Topic - The Grooming and Cultivation of a Christian Announcer. Moderator - Paul Ramseyer. Participants - Tom Bisset and Vic Beattie 2/10/82
T220 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Program Producers. Topic - An Agent-Friend or Foe?. Moderator - Gil Moegerle. Participants - Norman Sper, Donald Norman, Robert Straton, and Grace Jordan 2/10/82
T221 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Television. Topic - Marketing and Audience Analysis. Moderator - David W. Clark. Participant - John Beecher 2/10/82
T222 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Television. Topic - Using Religious Video Teaching Tapes. Moderator - Jim Moss. Participants - Robert Tilton and Tim Malone 2/10/82
T223 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Television. Topic - Programming Religious/Secular Format. Moderator - Richard C. Dean. Participants - Marvin Sparks and Keith Houser 2/10/82
T224 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Television. Topic - Public Relations and Community Affairs. Moderator - Jim Dailey. Participants - Roy Harrelson, Harold Wheat, and Jeffrey Hadden 2/10/82
T225 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Seminars for Christian Leaders. Topic - The Family Protection Act. Presiding - Mike Maddex. Moderator - Robert Dugan. Participants - Roger Jepsen, Dee Jepsen, and Albert Lee Smith 2/10/82
T226 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Washington Seminar in Communications II. Moderator - Carl Windsor. Dialog - Paul Virts, Terry Lindvall, and Wesley Baker 2/10/82
T227 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Television Plenary Session. Topic - Reaching the Family Through Media. Moderator - Jerry Rose. Participants - James Robison, Donald Wildmon, and L.P. Dorenbos 2/10/82
T228 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session V - Black Broadcasters. Topic - How to Own and Operate a Christian Minority Radio Station. Moderator - J. Morgan Hodges. Participants - Carl Smith and Edmund Cardona 2/10/82
T229 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session V - Commercial Radio Stations. Topic - National Spot Sales for Christian Stations. Moderator - Tom Wallace. Participants - Joseph Savalli and Maurie Webster 2/10/82
T230 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session V - Engineering. Topic - Sound Recording Video 1982. Moderator - Richard S. Kennedy. Participant - John Carey 2/10/82
T231 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session V - Hispanic Broadcasters. Topic - How to Own and Operate a Hispanic Religious Station. Moderator - Paul Finkenbinder. Participant - John Logan 2/10/82
T232 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Workshop Session V - Seminars for Christian Leaders. Topic - Success: Is It Important to the Christian Family?. Moderator - Gary Moore. Participant - Anthony Campolo 2/10/82
T233 C 2 39th Annual Convention. 39th Anniversary Banquet. Speaker - Francis Schaeffer. Topic - A Christian Manifesto. Music - Vern McLellan, Pat Macaulay, and Hale & Wilder. Also on the program - David L. Hofer, James Robison, and Thomas F. Zimmerman 2/10/82
T234 C 1 39th Annual Convention. Schaeffer Press Conference 2/10/82
T235 C 2 39th Annual Convention. America for Jesus Reception. Speakers - John Gillman, Bill Wilson, Lester Summerall, Vonnette Bright, Anne Gimenez [?], John Mears, John Gimenez, Bill Bright. Music - Evangel [?] Temple Choir, Sara Jordan Powell 2/8/82
T236 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Topic - Music & Media For Hispanic Problems. Speakers - Romero, Roman 2/8/82
T237 C 1 39th Annual Convention. Topic - Secular Humanism. Speaker - John Conlon 2/9/82
T238 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Topic - Religious Broadcasters Music License Committee. Clint (last name not given), Marvin Barrison, Norman Beehe, Tom Harvey, Ken Carter 2/9/82
T239 C 2 39th Annual Convention. TV Membership Meeting. Speaker - William Hull 2/10/82
T240 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Topic - The Place of the Electric Church in Revival. Speakers - Mains, Grant, Sala, Wick, and Peterson 2/10/82
T241 C 1 39th Annual Convention. Topic - Microprocessors in Christian Radio. Speakers - Kersey and Eliason 2/10/82
T242 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Topic - Music & Media. Speakers - Williams and Morgan 2/10/82
T243 C 2 39th Annual Convention. Topic - Tax Exempt Now Threatened. Speakers - William Ball, and Dr. Bob Jones III 2/82
T244 C 2 Press conference, apparently part of the NRB national convention, on the Siberian Seven, a group of Pentecostal Christians who had sought refuge in the American embassy in Moscow. Conference was moderated by Myrna Grant and included statements by Representative Christopher Smith, Georgi Vins, Andrew van der Bijl, and Lynn Buzzard Ca. 2/82
T245 C 2 NAE 40th Annual Convention. Topic - Reaching Family Through Radio in the Contemporary World. Speaker - E. Brandt Gustavson 3/82
T246 C 2 NAE 40th Annual Convention. Topic - Evangelicals & Family in Today's Communication Explosion. Speaker - Ben Armstrong 3/82
T247 C 2 NAE 40th Annual Convention. Speaker - Elizabeth Dole 3/82
T248 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Fellowship Breakfast and Luncheon. Breakfast speaker - Robert L. Vernon. Luncheon speaker - Joni Eareckson Tada 9/20/82
T249 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Annual Banquet & Broadcasters Rally. Music - Karen Kelley. Speaker - Dr. Jack Hayford. Special Guest - Mayor Tom Bradley 9/20/82
T250 C 1 Western Chapter Convention. Fellowship Breakfast. Speaker - John MacArthur 9/21/82
T251 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Fellowship Luncheon. Speaker - George Otis. Music - Kathie Sullivan 9/21/82
T252 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Plenary Workshop #1. Topic - Our Greatest Problem in 82 and How We Solved it. Participants - J. Christensen, N. Nelson, P. Finkenbinder, T. Wallace, and R. Martin 9/20/82
T253 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Plenary Workshop #2. Topic - Direct Mail Fund-Raising, Follow-Up, Data Storage, List Maintenance, Name and Donor Acquisition. Participants - R. Wilson, C. Nabor, B. Bush, M. Gretchel 9/20/82
T254 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Plenary Workshop #3. Topic - Promotion: It's Importance and How To Do It. Participants - R. Marsh, B. Perrault, R. Birkey, P. Alexander 9/20/82
T255 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Plenary Workshop #4. Topic - Starting a Radio or Television Ministry: Premises, Promises, and Pitfalls. Participants - N. Sper, J. Self, J. Campbell, C. White, M. Matthews 9/20/82
T256 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Plenary Workshop #5. Topic - Update the Future: What's new in Satellites, Cable, Translators, Cassette, Teleconferencing. Participants - P. Evans, R. Neff, M. Glintner, R. Parrish 9/21/82
T257 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Plenary Workshop #6. Topic - Developing Alternate Sources of Income for Religious Formatted Radio Stations: A "Hands On" Spot Sales Workshop. Participants - J. Patterson, J. Tuck, R. Langstaff, Carl Miller 9/21/82
T258 C 2 Midwest Chapter Convention. Side A: Breakfast. Music - Bill Pearce. Speaker - Bruce Dunn. Side B: Workshop Session II. Topic - Local Television Programming. Moderator - Ron Mighell 9/23/82
T259 C 2 Midwest Chapter Convention. Fellowship Breakfast. Speaker - Elisabeth Elliot. Topic - No Better Than Pots (Side A), Man or Woman - What's the Difference? (Side B) 9/23/82-9/24/82
T260 C 2 Midwest Chapter Convention. Side A: Convention Dinner. Music - Bill Fasig. Message - Stephen Olford. Side B: Breakfast. Devotions - Donald Cole 9/24/82
T261 C 2 Midwest Chapter Convention. Workshop Session I. Topic - Recruiting Employees. Speaker - Richard Staub 9/23/82
T262 C 2 Midwest Chapter Convention. Workshop Session II. Side A: Topic - Total Health and the Family. Speaker - Dr. Ken Schemmer. Side B: Topic - Cassette Duplication for Broadcast. Speaker - Perry Straw 9/23/82
T263 C 1 Southeast Chapter Convention. Banquet. Topic - Sitting Before the Lord. Speaker - David Mains. Music - Frank Boggs 9/29/82
T264 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Opening Plenary Session. Topic - The Electronic Church and the Local Church...a Partnership. Participants - Donald Hubbard, Herman Braunlin, and E. Brandt Gustavson 10/15/82
T265 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Keynote Luncheon. Music - Josephine Carpenter and Hugh Waddy. Speaker - Donald Hubbard 10/15/82
T266 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Awards Banquet, Part I. Music - Steve Musto and Barbara Musto. Percy Award to Dr. Paul Freed. Speaker - Jack Van Impe 10/15/82
T267 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Awards Banquet, Part II. Speaker - Jack Van Impe 10/15/82
T268 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Workshop Session I. Topic - FCC Legal Update, Part I. Speaker - Jay Baraff and James E. Meyers 10/15/82
T269 C 1 Eastern Chapter Convention. Workshop Session I. Topic - FCC Legal Update, Part II. Speaker - Jay Baraff and James E. Meyers 10/15/82
T270 C 1 Eastern Chapter Convention. Workshop Session I. Topic - New Broadcasting Opportunities for Christian Minorities in Station Transfer. Moderator - J. Luttrell 10/15/82
T271 C 1 Eastern Chapter Convention. Workshop Session I. Topic - TV: Retrospect and Prospect. Panelists - Dick Dean and David Clark 10/15/82
T272 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Workshop Session II. Topic - Satellite Program Distribution. Participants - Sue Bahner, Richard Parrish, Robert Neff 10/15/82
T273 C 1 Eastern Chapter Convention. Workshop Session III. Topic - Non-Commercial FM in Crises: Can it Survive the New Regulations? 10/16/82
T274 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Worship Service. Speaker - Bill Bright 1/30/83
T275 C 1 40th Annual Convention. Evangelical Film Producer's Workshop. Topic - 16MM Church Film Marketing. Presiding - Kenneth Curtis 1/30/83
T276 C 2 40th Annual Convention. International Banquet. Speaker - Ken Taylor. Also on the program - Eugene R. Bertermann and Victor Oliver 1/30/83
T277 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Opening of the 40th Annual Convention. Speaker -Jimmy Draper. Also on the program - Robert A. Cook, E. Brandt Gustavson, Abe C. Van Der Puy, Robert Straton, Pat Macaulay, Kurt Kaiser, Ian Stanley, Phil Balboni, Larnelle Harris, Donald Baughey, Russell Killman, David Webber, Quinton Everest, Richard Mason, and Carl Richardson 1/30/83
T278 C 1 40th Annual Convention. Opening Plenary Session. Award Presentation 1/30/83
T279 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Keynote Plenary Session. Speaker - Luis Palau. Music - Larnelle Harris. Also on the program - Jerry Rose, Billy Melvin, James M. Boice, Ben Armstrong, E. Brandt Gustavson, and Ralph Neighbour 1/31/83
T280 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - Hispanic Broadcasters. Topic - U.S. Hispanics-Market Profile. Moderator - H. O. Espinoza. Participants - Carmen Junco, and Antonio Guernica 1/31/83
T281 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - Seminar for Christian Leaders. Topic - Leadership in World Responsibility-Part I. Moderators - Grace R. Jordan and Ted F. Seelye. Participants - David M. Howard, Carl Lawrence, Ted Ward, Gordon Bell, Paul Ramseyer, William Mahlow, and David McKenna 1/31/83
T282 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - International Broadcasters. Topic - Responding Biblically to Felt Needs Through Holistic Programming. Moderator - Ed Walker. Participants - Bill Thatcher and David Adams 1/31/83
T283 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - Women in the Media. Topic - Is It Biblical?. Moderator - Kay Arthur. Participants - Millie Dienert and Mary Crowley 1/31/83
T284 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session I - Year of the Bible. Topic - 1983-Year of the Bible. Presiding - Eugene R. Bertermann. Moderator - William Bright. Participants - Thomas Zimmerman, William Armstrong, John Burke, and Joshua O. Haberman 1/31/83
T285 C 2 40th Annual Convention. FCC Panel Plenary Session. Presiding - David Hofer. Moderator - Richard E. Wiley. Introductions - Jerry Rose. Panel - FCC Divisional Chiefs 1/31/83
T286 C 1 40th Annual Convention. President Ronald Reagan's Address. [this was given on a different date than the one in the program] 1/31/83
T287 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - TV-A. Topic - Facing the Future of TV. Moderator - William Hull. Participants - Bill Conner and Linda J. Hollingsworth 1/31/83
T288 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - TV-B. Topic - Computer Use in Ministry. Moderator - Jack R. Hightower. Participant - Jim Belk 1/31/83
T289 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - TV-D. Topic - Facing the Issues: A Case Study: "Evolution vs. Creation." Moderator - R. Russell Bixler. Participants - Carl Baugh and Paul J. Coles 1/31/83
T290 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - International Broadcasters. Topic - What Does the Future Hold For International Broadcasting? Moderator - David Clark. Participants - Paul Virts, David Lawrence, and Brian Erickson 1/31/83
T291 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session II - Seminar for Christian Leaders. Topic - Leadership in World Responsibility - Part II. Moderators - Grace R. Jordan and Ted F. Seeyle. Participants - David M. Howard, Carl Lawrence, Ted Ward, Gordon Bell, Paul Ramseyer, William Mahlow, and David McKenna 1/31/83
T292 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Evening Plenary Session. Presiding - Howard Jones. Also on program - David Hocking, Dave Boyer, Rex Humbard, Jim Bakker, Ben Armstrong, Maude Aimee Humbard, Elizabeth Humbard, James Montgomery Boice, Dave Boyer, PTL Singers & Orchestra, and Ben Haden 1/31/83
T293 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Annual Congressional Breakfast. Speaker - Billy Graham. Topic - The Bible. Also on the program - Thomas F. Zimmerman, Senator Mark Hatfield, Theodore Epp, Fellowship Choir, and James Ford 2/1/83
T294 C 1 40th Annual Convention. Billy Graham Press Conference 2/1/83
T295 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Commercial Owners and Operators. Topic - Current Legal Problems. Moderator - Thomas J. Wallace. Participant - B.J. Baraff 2/1/83
T296 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - TV-A. Topic - Fund Raising Hopes and Ideas. Moderator - William B. Hull. Participants - Norm Berman, Peter Kerr, and Dorothy Valcarcel 2/1/83
T297 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Gospel Music Association. Topic - MUSIC ... Communicating the Gospel. Moderator - Thurlow Spurr. Participants - Ralph Carmichael, Billy Ray Hearn, Dan Johnson, Joe Battaglia, Terry Sheppard, and Cam Floria 2/1/83
T298 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session III - Engineering. Topic - Now That We're Deregulated, What do We Have to Do?. Moderator - Tom Read. Participant - Vincent Pepper 2/1/83
T299 C 2 40th Annual Convention. IRB Seminar in Communications I. Presiding - Carl Windsor. Speaker - FCC Commissioner 2/1/83
T300 C 2 40th Annual Convention. FCC Luncheon. Speaker - James Robinson. Also on the program - Paul Ramseyer, Clay Evans, Members of the FCC, Arnold Bracey, Richard Marsh, Lester Sumrall, Dave Boyer, Mark Fowler, and Mike Maddex 2/1/83
T301 C 76 2 40th Annual Convention. Afternoon Plenary Session. Speaker - Clay Evans. Topic - The Role of Christian Media in Urban Centers. Also on the program - Howard Jones, Fellowship Choir, and Guido Merdens 2/1/83
T302 C 87 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IIIA - Black Broadcasters. Topic - The Role of the Black Broadcasters in the Cities. Moderator - Harold Benjamin. Participants - Bishop J. O. Patterson, Bishop Washington, Bishop Roderick Caesar, Sr., Barbara Blake-King, Tom Skinner, Clay Evans, and Isaac Patrick 2/1/83
T303 C 87 2 40th Annual Convention. International Plenary Session. Presiding - Bruce Dunn. Moderator - J. William Middendorf II. Also on the program - David Breese, Johnny Hall, Arthur Gay, Daniel Wayenberg, Paul Freed, Georgi Vins, and L.P. Dorenbos 2/1/83
T304 C 1 40th Annual Convention. Press Conference. Mailing 2/1/83
T305 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Non-commercial Owners and Operators. Topic - Fund Raising for the Non-commercial Station. Moderator - Lee McIntyre. Participant - Richard Grant 2/2/83
T306 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - TV-A. Topic - Other Formats for Preaching the Gospel. Moderator - William B. Hull. Participants - Dave Hummel, Buddy Leathers, and Al Metzker 2/2/83
T307 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - TV-D. Topic - Legal Questions and Answers. Moderator - R. Russell Bixler. Participants - Grover C. Cooper, Chip Grange, B.J. Baraff, and John Midlen, Jr. 2/2/83
T308 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session IV - Women in the Media. Topic - How To's of Radio. Moderator - Kay Arthur. Participants - Edna Edwards and Evelyn Snyder 2/2/83
T309 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Hispanic Luncheon. Part 1 or 2. Speaker - Luis Palau. Also on the program - Juan Romer, Ben Armstrong, John Gimenez, H. O. Espinoza, Rudy A. Hernandez, Oscar Canales, and Teresita Le Blanc 2/2/83
T310 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Hispanic Luncheon. Part 2 of 2. Speaker - Luis Palau. Also on the program - Juan Romer, Ben Armstrong, John Gimenez, H. O. Espinoza, Rudy A. Hernandez, Oscar Canales, and Teresita Le Blanc 2/2/83
T311 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Television Plenary Session. Speaker - Oral Roberts. Also on the program - David W. Clark, E. Brandt Gustavson, Ronald Wilson Reagan, Ellen Roweton, and John Gimenez 2/2/83
T312 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Workshop Session V - International Broadcasters. Topic - Hurdling the Walls of Closed Country Broadcasting. Moderator - Richard Shumaker. Participants - Alex Leonovich, David Fisher, and Peter Deyneka 2/2/83
T313 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Fortieth anniversary Banquet. Part 1 of 2. Speaker - Carl F. H. Henry. Topic - Trumpeting God's Word to a Nation in Decision. Also on the program - E. Brandt Gustavson, Myron S. Augsburger, Sandi Patti, Charles Swindoll, Charles Stanley, Thomas Bisset, George Beverly Shea, and James Watt 2/2/83
T314 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Fortieth anniversary Banquet. Part 2 of 2. Speaker - Carl F. H. Henry. Topic - Trumpeting God's Word to a Nation in Decision. Also on the program - E. Brandt Gustavson, Myron S. Augsburger, Sandi Patti, Charles Swindoll, Charles Stanley, Thomas Bisset, George Beverly Shea, and James Watt 2/2/83
T315 C 2 Master Copy #2 of 40th Annual Convention. Fortieth anniversary Banquet. Part 2 of 2. Speaker - Carl F. H. Henry. Topic - Trumpeting God's Word to a Nation in Decision. Also on the program - E. Brandt Gustavson, Myron S. Augsburger, Sandi Patti, Charles Swindoll, Charles Stanley, Thomas Bisset, George Beverly Shea, and James Watt 2/2/83
T316 C 2 40th Annual Convention. Press conference with Jack Van Impe 2/2/83
T317 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Worship Service. Music - Sue Dodge. Speaker - George Sweeting 1/29/84
T318 C 1 41st Annual Convention. Opening Plenary Session. Music - Rong Shing Children's Choir. Speaker - Franky Schaeffer. Part 1 1/29/84
T319 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Opening Plenary Session. Music - Rong Shing Children's Choir. Speaker - Franky Schaeffer. Part 2 1/29/84
T320 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Hispanic Worship Service. Culto De Adoracion En Espanol 1/29/84
T321 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Hispanic Concert. Part 1 1/29/84
T322 C 1 41st Annual Convention. Hispanic Concert. Part 2 1/29/84
T323 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Keynote Plenary Session. Music - Rong Shing Children's Choir. Speaker - Jack Van Impe. Presidential Address - E. Brandt Gustavson 1/30/84
T324 C 1 41st Annual Convention. FCC Plenary Session. Speaker - Richard Wiley 1/30/84
T325 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Evening Plenary Session. Music - Pat Boone. Speaker - Carl Richardson. Part 1 1/30/84
T326 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Evening Plenary Session. Speaker - Chuck Colson. Part 2 1/30/84
T327 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Evening Plenary Session. Speakers - Chuck Colson and Carl Richardson. Part 3 1/30/84
T328 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Christian Leaders. Topic - Constitutional Issues in the Religious Liberty Battle 1/30/84
T329 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Christian Communicators. Topic - Accountable Before God Knowing You're Pleasing God 1/30/84
T330 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Contemporary Technology. Topic - Religious Broadcasters & New FCC Rules. Speaker - Attorney John H. Midlen, Jr. 1/30/84
T331 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Hispanic Broadcasters. Topic - Fund Raising as a Follow-Up Project 1/30/84
T332 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Gospel Music Association. Topic - Why Music 1/30/84
T333 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Christian Leaders. Topic - Significance of the 84 Elections 1/30/84
T334 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television - B. Topic - Legal Questions & Answers 1/30/84
T335 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television - D. Topic - Ethics in Direct Mailing 1/30/84
T336 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Plenary Session. Speaker - B. Sam Hart 1/31/84
T337 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Tuesday Evening Plenary Session. Music - Sue Dodge. Speaker - Pat Robertson 1/31/84
T338 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Tuesday Evening Plenary Session. Music - Sue Dodge. Speaker - Pat Robertson 1/31/84
T339 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Congressional Breakfast. Music - Pat Boone. Speaker - Joni Eareckson Tada 1/31/84
T340 C 2 41st Annual Convention. FCC Luncheon. Music - Vonda Kay Van Dyke. Speaker - Jerry Falwell 1/31/84
T341 C 2 41st Annual Convention. International Banquet for Overseas Delegates. Music - Wilfred Mann. Greetings - Bishop Hudson 1/31/84
T342 C 1 41st Annual Convention. Press Conference with Jerry Falwell and Cal Thomas 1/31/84
T343 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Owners and Operators. Topic - Commercial & Non-commercial Radio: SCA Does it Pay, Does it Work 1/31/84
T344 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session - International Broadcasters. Topic - Sharing Your International Vision 1/31/84
T345 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Metodos Y Materliaoes Para Evanbelizar Por Los Medios De Communicac: How to Evangelize Through Media 1/31/84
T346 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Student/Faculty Seminar. Speaker - Waldo Moore 1/31/84
T347 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Gospel Music Association. Topic - Why Music 1/31/84
T348 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Issues Briefing 1/31/84
T349 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Plenary Session. Speaker - Luis Palau 2/1/84
T350 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Plenary Session. Speaker - Luis Palau 2/1/84
T351 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Black Broadcasters Fellowship Breakfast 2/1/84
T352 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Luncheon - Banquette Hispano 2/1/84
T353 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Anniversary Banquet. Music - Larnelle Harris and Cynthia Clawson. Speaker - Oswald C.J. Hoffman. Part 1 2/1/84
T354 C 1 41st Annual Convention. Anniversary Banquet. Music - Larnelle Harris and Cynthia Clawson. Speaker - Oswald C.J. Hoffman. Part 2 2/1/84
T355 C 2 41st Annual Convention. Anniversary Banquet. Music - Larnelle Harris and Cynthia Clawson. Speaker - Oswald C.J. Hoffman. Part 3 2/1/84
T356 C 2 41st Annual Convention. 84 NRB Awards 84
T357 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Worship Service. Speaker - Dr. Warren Wiersbe 2/3/85
T358 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Opening Plenary. Speaker - Harold Carter. Music - New Shiloh Baptist Church 2/3/85
T359 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Opening Plenary. Speaker - Ben Haden. Music - New Shiloh Baptist Church 2/3/85
T360 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Keynote Plenary Session. Speaker - Jack Hayford. Music - Cheryl Prewitt Blackwood 2/4/85
T361 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Presidential Plenary. Speakers - Ronald Reagan and Pat Boone 2/4/85
T362 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Evening Plenary Session. Speaker - Jimmy Swaggart. Testimony - Senator William Armstrong. Music - John Stames 2/4/85
T363 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Congressional Breakfast. Debate - Jerry Falwell vs. Senator Edward Kennedy. Music - Kathie Sullivan 2/5/85
T364 C 1 42st Annual Convention. Evening Plenary. Speaker - Phyllis Schlafly. Music William Harness 2/5/85
T365 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Afternoon Plenary Session. Speaker - Sen. Jesse Helms 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T366 C 1 42st Annual Convention. Anniversary Banquet. Speaker - Dr. Billy Graham. Testimony - Dr. C. Everett Koop. Music - George Beverly Shea and Debby Boone 2/6/85
T367 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Local Program Producers Broadcasting Internationally: Advantages and Disadvantages. Moderator - Dr. Abe C. Van Der Puy. Participants - Don Strong and Harold Sala 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T368 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Effective Computer Use. Moderator - Jim Belk. Participants - Mike Conners and William Griggs 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T369 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - How to Mobilize Listening and Viewing Audiences to Pray. Moderator - Vonette Bright. Participants - Everett Davis and Katie Williams 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T370 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Joint Effort in the Purchase of Minority-owned Broadcast Facilities. Moderator - Amir Kahn 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T371 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - The Campaign Method: A Proven Sales System. Moderator - Arla Bott. Participant - John H. Yates 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T372 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Counseling by Phone, Radio & Correspondence. Moderator - Al Sanders. Participants - Tim LaHaye, Walter Martin, and Gil Moegerie 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T373 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Direct Mail. Moderator - Heather Sholi. Participants - Terry Brand, John Groman, and Gary Taylor 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T374 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - How You Can Develop an International Ministry. Moderator - Dr. Abe C. Van Der Puy. Participants - Samuel Montoya and Paul Virts 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T375 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Informing Audiences of Community and National Issues. Moderator - Vonette Bright. Participants - Gladys A. Dickelman and Beverly LaHaye 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T376 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - The Challenge of Israel & Jewish-Christian Dialogue. Moderator - Jerry Rose. Participant - Yehiel Eckstein 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T377 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Improving Your People Management: God's Success Philosophy. Moderator - Rev. William T. Snider. Participant - Arthur F. Miller 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T378 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - A New Day for Christian Broadcasters. Moderator - Dr. Robert A. Cook 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T379 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Film/TV. Moderator - Paul Kurtz 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T380 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Managing a Christian Organization. Moderator - William Hull. Participants - Bruce E. Cook and Nell Lockhart 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T381 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Power of a Praying Media. Moderator - Vonette Bright. Participant - Evelyn Christenson 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T382 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Successful Fund-raising for Broadcasters. Moderator - B. Sam Hart 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T383 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Cable TV. Moderator - Robert Dickinson 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T384 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - If I Had It To Do Over Again...(Bloopers and Blessings in Christian Broadcasting). Moderator - Dr. Warren Wiersbe. Participants - Dr. Robert A. Cook, Dr. Bruce Dunn, Dr. Abe C. Van Der Puy, John D. DeBrine, and Ben Haden 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T385 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Broadcast Freedoms vs. Church/State Issues. Moderator - William Hull. Participants - Bob Dugan and John Stevens 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T386 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Media Reaching Media. Moderator - Vonette Bright. Participant - Dr. Larry Poland 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T387 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Broadcaster Burnout. Coping With Stress in Media Ministry. Moderator - Don Hawkins. Participants - Frank Minirth and Paul Maier 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T388 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Music as a Successful Radio Format. Moderator - Joe Battaglia. Participants - Lloyd Parker and Keith Whipple 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T389 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Modia Relations. Moderator - John Jones 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T390 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Music from the Musician's Heart. Moderator - Jim Myers 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T391 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Special Events Management. Moderator - Edgar Johnson 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T392 C 1 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Latin America Today: A Case Study of Religion and National Values. Moderator - Glenn Jones 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T393 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - How to Manage a Successful Publicity Program. Moderator - Allen Winters 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T394 C 1 42st Annual Convention. Speaker - George Bush 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T395 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Speaker - Dr. E. V. Hill 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T396 C 2 42st Annual Convention. Speaker - Paul Hollinger. Topic - Commercial & Non-Commercial Radio Owners & Operators 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T397 C 1 42st Annual Convention. Speaker - Dr. C. Everett Koop 2/3/85 - 2/6/85
T398 R 7.5 24 1 Radio promos interviews relating to the celebration of Sanctity of Human Life Sunday (January 20, 1985), a nationwide campaign to promote the high value of human life, the protection of unborn children and to protest the legalization of abortion in the United States. Euthanasia is also discussed. The campaign and these ads were produced by the Christian Action Council. See also folder 30-8 1985
T399 C 2 43rd Annual Convention. Worship Service. Music - Doug Oldham, Paul Ferrin, and Joni Eareckson Tada. Speaker - Dan Betzer. Also on the program - Richard Bott, Sr. and David Breese 2/2/86
T400 C 2 43rd Annual Convention. Keynote Plenary Session. Speaker - Lloyd John Ogilvie. Topic - Let God Love You 2/2/86 - 2/5/86
T401 C 2 43rd Annual Convention. Presidential Plenary Session. Music - The New Gaither Vocal Band and Pat Boone. Speaker - Billy Graham. Topic - Pray for Washington, DC. Also on the program - Robert A. Cook, Jimmy Swaggart, John Erickson, Millie Dienert, Ronald Reagan, Dean Jones, George Bush, and Carl Richardson. Part 1 2/3/86
T402 C 2 43rd Annual Convention. Presidential Plenary Session. Music - The New Gaither Vocal Band and Pat Boone. Speaker - Billy Graham. Topic - Pray for Washington, DC. Also on the program - Robert A. Cook, Jimmy Swaggart, John Erickson, Millie Dienert, Ronald Reagan, Dean Jones, George Bush, and Carl Richardson. Part 2 2/3/86
T403 C 1 43rd Annual Convention. Presidential Plenary Session. Music - The New Gaither Vocal Band and Pat Boone. Speaker - Billy Graham. Topic - Pray for Washington, DC. Also on the program - Robert A. Cook, Jimmy Swaggart, John Erickson, Millie Dienert, Ronald Reagan, Dean Jones, George Bush, and Carl Richardson. Part 3 2/3/86
T404 C 2 43rd Annual Convention. Evening Plenary Session. Music - Communique Singers and Orchestra and The New Gaither Vocal Band. Speaker - Anthony Evans. Also on the program - Thomas F. Zimmerman, Jim Bakker, Robert Tilton, Marlin Maddoux, and Jimmy Waters. 2/3/86
T405 C 2 43rd Annual Convention. FCC Luncheon. Music - Steve Green. Speaker - Patrick Buchanan. Also on the program - Robert Ball, D. James Kennedy, Jim Patterson, John Norris, Ron Haus, Char Binkley, Richard E. Wiley, Dennis Patrick, and Paul E. Freed. Part 1 2/4/86
T406 C 1 43rd Annual Convention. FCC Luncheon. Music - Steve Green. Speaker - Patrick Buchanan. Also on the program - Robert Ball, D. James Kennedy, Jim Patterson, John Norris, Ron Haus, Char Binkley, Richard E. Wiley, Dennis Patrick, and Paul E. Freed. Part 2 2/4/86
T407 C 2 43rd Annual Convention. Fellowship Breakfast. Moderator - B. Sam Hart. Speaker - Jesse Jackson 2/5/86
T408 C 2 43rd Annual Convention. Anniversary Banquet. Music - Greg Buchanan and Sandi Patti. Speaker - M.G. "Pat" Robertson. Also on the program - Jerry Rose, Jimmy Allen, Theodore Epp, and Bill Bright. Part 1 2/5/86
T409 C 2 43rd Annual Convention. Anniversary Banquet. Music - Greg Buchanan and Sandi Patti. Speaker - M.G. "Pat" Robertson. Also on the program - Jerry Rose, Jimmy Allen, Theodore Epp, and Bill Bright. Part 2 2/5/86
T410 C 2 43rd Annual Convention. Debate. Topic - Religion & Politics. Speakers - Jimmy Swaggart and People for the American Way 2/2/86 - 2/5/86
T411 C 2 43rd Annual Convention. Debate. Topic - The State of Israel in the Christian/Jewish Perspective. Speakers - Rev. Jerry Falwell and Rabbi Joshua Haberman 2/2/86 - 2/5/86
T412 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Mayor's Breakfast 1986
T413 C 1 Eastern Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Input/Output. Speaker - Tony Campolo 1986
T414 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Good News About News 1986
T415 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Broadcaster's Luncheon. Speaker - Stuart McAlpine 1986
T416 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - TV: Maximum Exposure 1986
T417 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Effective Women Broadcasters 1986
T418 C 1 Eastern Chapter Convention. Banquet. Speaker - E. Brandt Gustavson 1986
T419 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Broadcasters Breakfast. Speaker - E. Brandt Gustavson 1986
T420 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Minority & New Broadcasters, Part I 1986
T421 C 2 Eastern Chapter Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Minority & New Broadcasters, Part II 1986
T422 C 1 Eastern Chapter Convention. Broadcaster's Luncheon. Speaker - Dr. Milton Grannum 1986
T423 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Opening Plenary Session. Speakers - Sanders, Moore, Borrink, Wyrtzen, Mickelson, McLean, Green, Melvin, Rees, and Nash. Tape 1 1/30/88
T424 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Opening Plenary Session. Speakers - Sanders, Moore, Borrink, Wyrtzen, Mickelson, McLean, Green, Melvin, Rees, Nash. Tape 2 1/30/88
T425 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Hispanic Worship Service. Speakers - Jose Reyes, Fidel Zamorano. Tape 1 1/31/88
T426 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Morning Worship Service. Speakers - Hart, Erickson, Murray 1/31/88
T427 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Black Broadcasters Concert. Tape 2 1/31/88
T428 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Hispanic Broadcasters Concert. Tape 1 1/31/88
T429 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Keynote Plenary Session. Music - Bill Gaither Trio. Speakers - Brandt Gustavson, Charles Stanley, Wyrtzen, Bush, McClendon, Robert A. Cook (main speaker), Breese. Tape 2 1/31/88
T430 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Presidential Plenary Session. Music - Johnny Hall and Phil Driscoll. Speakers - Ronald Reagan and George Bush. Tape 1 2/1/88
T431 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Presidential Plenary Session. Music - Johnny Hall and Phil Driscoll. Speakers - Ronald Reagan and George Bush. Tape 2 2/1/88
T432 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Evening Plenary Session. Speakers - Bott, Sr., Hughs, Glad, Evans, Jose Reyes, E. V. Hill (main speaker). Tape 1 2/1/88
T433 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Evening Plenary Session. Speakers - Bott, Sr., Hughs, Glad, Evans, Jose Reyes, Hill (main speaker). Tape 2 2/1/88
T434 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Congressional Breakfast. Music - George Beverly Shea. Speakers - Ball, Pat Robertson, Dienert, Wilson, Billy Graham (main speaker), Ford 2/2/88
T435 C 1 45th Annual Convention. Congressional Breakfast. Continuation of T434. Music - George Beverly Shea. Speakers - Ball, Pat Robertson, Dienert, Wilson, Billy Graham (main speaker), Ford 2/2/88
T436 C 2 45th Annual Convention. FCC Luncheon. Music - Wintley Phipps. Speakers - Jerry Rose, Dunn, Patrick, D. James Kennedy (main speaker), Evans 2/2/88
T437 C 2 45th Annual Convention. International Banquet. Music - Steve Green. Speakers - David Clark, Yohannan, Wun, Yamamori, Paul Y. Cho (main speaker), Chien. Tape 1 2/2/88
T438 C 2 45th Annual Convention. International Banquet. Music - Steve Green. Speakers - David Clark, Yohannan, Wun, Yamamori, Paul Y. Cho (main speaker), Chien. Tape 2 2/2/88
T439 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Hispanic Banquet. Speakers - Bueno, Bonilla, Powell, Ortega. Tape 1 2/3/88
T440 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Plenary Fellowship Banquet. Music - Steve Green. Speakers - Evans, Benjamin, Williams 2/3/88
T441 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Seventh National Prayer Breakfast in Honor of Israel. Speakers - E.E. "Ed" McAteer, Elizabeth Dole, Moshe Arad, Charles Stanley, Paul Broadhead, Bob Dole, Ben Armstrong, Gary Bauer, Emmanuel Pelaez, Irv Borowsky, Bob McEwen, Charles Mims, John Beckett, and Judith Molnar. Tape 1 2/2/88
T442 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Seventh National Prayer Breakfast in Honor of Israel. Speakers - E.E. "Ed" McAteer, Elizabeth Dole, Moshe Arad, Charles Stanley, Paul Broadhead, Bob Dole, Ben Armstrong, Gary Bauer, Emmanuel Pelaez, Irv Borowsky, Bob McEwen, Charles Mims, John Beckett, and Judith Molnar. Tape 2 2/2/88
T443 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Legal Concerns. Speakers - Richard Wiley, Fitch, Hardy, Rosenberg, Secrest 1/30/88-2/2/88
T444 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Orientation Seminar. Speakers - Van Der Puy, Hollinger, Luttrell, Campbell 1/30/88-2/2/88
T445 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Black Broadcasters. Topic - Use of Media in Evangelizing America. Speakers - Jones, Hines, Arties 1/30/88-2/2/88
T446 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Finances for Christian Station. Speakers - Singer, Binkley, Hull, Ramseyer, Roszhart 1/30/88-2/2/88
T447 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Integrity in Ministry: Doing God's Work. Speakers - Mason, Bright, Jeffrey Hadden, Tada, Utterbach 1/30/88-2/2/88
T448 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - International Broadcasters. Speakers - Towers, Stubbe, Strong 1/30/88-2/2/88
T449 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Rap Session. Topic - Research & Audience Building. Speakers - Virts, Barna, DeYoung, George Gallup, Jr. 1/30/88-2/2/88
T450 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television - A. Topic - Strategies for Telethons. Speakers - Lewis, Puia 1/30/88-2/2/88
T451 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Women. Topic - Ministering to Victims. Speakers - Luci Swindoll, Chapian, Johnson, Sandra Simpson LeSourdi 1/30/88-2/2/88
T452 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Areas of Legal Concerns. Speakers - Mike Maddex, Auel, Halvorson, Secrest, Larson 1/30/88-2/2/88
T453 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Black Broadcasters. Topic - Foundation: Untapped Resource. Speaker - J. Morgan Hodges 1/30/88-2/2/88
T454 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Finances for Christian Stations. Speakers - Dunkerton, Battaglia, Crossland, Marsh 1/30/88-2/2/88
T455 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Integrity in Ministry. Topic - Eficom & Impact. Speakers - Thomas F. Zimmerman, Ben Armstrong, Kay Arthur, Robert A. Cook, Ogilvie, Richard Wiley 1/30/88-2/2/88
T456 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - International Broadcasters. Speakers - Cline, Haney, Brownson, Freed, Brandt E. Gustavson 1/30/88-2/2/88
T457 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Christian Communications. Topic - Digging out of the Money Depths. Speakers - Wilson, Burkett 1/30/88-2/2/88
T458 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television - D. Topic - Overcoming Problems of Christian Broadcasting in the Secular Media. Speaker - Ted Baehr 1/30/88-2/2/88
T459 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Women's. Topic - Women Involved. Speakers - Carolyn Sundseth, Beverly LaHaye, Phyllis Schlafly, Willke 1/30/88-2/2/88
T460 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Religious Factor in '88 Election. Speaker - Tim LaHaye, Dole, Jeffrey Hadden, Kemp, Dugan 1/30/88-2/2/88
T461 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Audience Response. Speakers - Bahner, Bisset, Cross, Davis, Luttrell, Schindler 1/30/88-2/2/88
T462 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Hispanic Broadcasters - A. Spearks - Padilla, Rivera 1/30/88-2/2/88
T463 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Integrity in Ministry. Topic - Fund Raising. Speakers - Ortlund, Breese, Crouch, Hunt, James Kennedy 1/30/88-2/2/88
T464 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - International Regional. Topic - Europe & Middle East. Speaker - Feltham 1/30/88-2/2/88
T465 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Music in the Media. Topic - State of the Industry - 1988. Speaker - Hearn, Johnson, Fromm, Moseley 1/30/88-2/2/88
T466 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television - A. Topic - Marketing Children's TV Programming. Speaker - Ray Wilson 1/30/88-2/2/88
T467 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television - C. Topic - TV Flagship Programming. Speakers - Haus, Wagner, Jeter 1/30/88-2/2/88
T468 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Television - D. Topic - Ethics & Accountability in Fundraising. Speakers - Hull, Burkett 1/30/88-2/2/88
T469 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - How the Wife and Family Survive a Media Ministry. Speakers - Jolliffe, Vonette Bright, Jan Silvious, Tchividjian 1/30/88-2/2/88
T470 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Areas of Legal Concerns. Speakers - Warner, Ed Atsinger, Hauth, Westenberger, Yound, Leibewitz 1/30/88-2/2/88
T471 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session. Topic - Strategic Fund Raising Issues. Speakers - Loux, Brandt Gustavson, Van Der Puy, Webber 1/30/88-2/2/88
T472 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - International Regional, South America 1/30/88-2/2/88
T473 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Contemporary Christian Music. Topic - A Ministry of God. Speakers - Steve Green, Lefevre, Allen, Lancaster, Oseland 1/30/88-2/2/88
T474 C 2 45th Annual Convention. Workshop Session - Women's. Topic - Pornography: Society's Hidden Cancer. Speakers - Arthur, Kay Melvin, Wildmon 1/30/88-2/2/88
T475 C 1 45th Annual Convention. Header Tape 1/30/88-2/2/88
T476 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Plenary Session I. Speaker - Gordon Kirk 9/13/90-9/15/90
T477 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Plenary Session III. Speaker - Dr. John Maxwell 9/13/90-9/15/90
T478 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Seminar Session. Topic - Industry Ethics and Economics 9/13/90-9/15/90
T479 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Seminar Session. Topic - Promotion, Community and Church Relations 9/13/90-9/15/90
T480 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Seminar Session. Topic - Sales, Part I 9/13/90-9/15/90
T481 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Seminar Session. Topic - Sales, Part II 9/13/90-9/15/90
T482 C 2 Western Chapter Convention. Plenary Session IV. Speaker - Dr. Jack Hayford 9/13/90-9/15/90
T483 R 7.5 23 1 "The Cross, The Tomb and Today" a production of Stanley Morris of the American Bible Society giving a dramatic reading from the Gospels. Billy Graham's address to the NRB annual convention on communicating the Gospel to the nation n.d.
T484 R 7.5 50 1 Interaction radio program. Interview of Ben Armstrong in which he talks about the history of religious broadcasting in the United States and its impact on American Christianity. N.d.
T485 R 7.5 25 1 Conclusion of T484 N.d.
T486 R 7.5 3 1 Public service announcements by American Christian Cause, with Senator Orrin Hatch asking Americans to pray for American leaders as they deal with current critical issues n.d.



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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 88-115
Type of material: Negatives
The following items are located in the NEGATIVE FILE; request by Folder Titles (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below. All the negatives are black and white, unless otherwise noted.

CARTER, JAMES "JIMMIE". 2 b&w. Presidential candidate Cater meeting with a delegation (including Benjamin Armstrong) from National Religious Broadcasters for an interview. 1976.


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 88-115
Type of material: Photographs

The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by folder title (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.

ARMSTRONG, BENJAMIN. 1 b&w . Portrait photo. N.d.

BOONE, CHARLES EUGENE "PAT". 1 b&w. Portrait photo. N.d.

CARTER, JAMES EARLE "JIMMY". 1 b&w Presidential candidate Jimmy Carter meeting with Benjamin Armstrong, Eugene Bertermann, Dean Burch, Billy Graham, Clarence Jones, George Sweeting, Stephen Tsui, Thomas Zimmerman. 1976.

CONLAN, JOHN. 1 b&w . Portrait photo. N.d. From folder 120-1.

DUNN, BRUCE. 1 b&w. Portrait photo. N.d.

FORD, GERALD R. 26 b&w. Ford and Benjamin Armstrong, Bob Cook, Theodore Epp, Paul Freed, Brandt Gustavson, Ray Hoekstra, Howard O. Jones, Harold John Ockenga, Lester Sumrall, Jimmy Waters, and other NRB leaders meeting at the White House. Possibly September 30, 1976.

FORD, LEIGHTON. 3 b&w. Candid shots of Ford speaking at the Washington Hilton, probably during a NRB meeting. N.d.

GOODWIN HUDSON, A. W. 1 b&w. Portrait photo. N.d.

GUTZKE, MANFORD. 1 b&w. Portrait photo. N.d.

MAIER, WALTER. 1 b&w. Maier preaching into a radio microphone. N.d.

NATIONAL RELIGIOUS BROADCASTERS - CONVENTIONS - 1960s. 103 b&w. Scenes from NRB conventions and other meetings including NRB leaders meeting with United States political leaders. Among the people in the pictures are Spiro Agnew, Ben Armstrong, Eugene Bertermann, Jim Birkett, Myron Boyd, Bill Bright, James C. Doerfer, Theodore Elsner, Fred Ford, Paul Freed, Billy Graham, Mark Hatfield, Oswald Hoffman, Rex Humbard, Clarence Jones, Ernest Manning, Stephen Olford, Albert Quie, Edward H Rees, Pat Robertson, George Romney, Ted Seelye, Tom Skinner, George Sweeting, George Talmage, Thor Tollefson, Tom Watson, Jack Wyrtzen. 1960-1969.

NATIONAL RELIGIOUS BROADCASTERS - CONVENTIONS - 1970s. 19 b&w. Scenes from NRB conventions and other meetings including NRB leaders meeting with United States political leaders. Includes pictures of Jerry Falwell, Raymond Hoekstra, Melvin Laird, Luis Palau. 1971-1978.

NATIONAL RELIGIOUS BROADCASTERS -CONVENTIONS - 1980s. 13 color. Scenes from the 1987 meeting of the Caribbean chapter of NRB. 1987.

PALAU, LUIS. 3 b&w. 1 photo of Palau up close preaching, crowd scenes from his 1978 meetings in Uruguay. 1978, n.d.

VAN DER PUY, ABE. 1 b&w portrait photo. N.d.

WYRTZEN, JOHN VON CASPER "JACK". 1 b&w portrait photo. N.d.



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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 88-37, 90-25, 90-92, 92-69
Type of material: Videotape

The following items are located in the VIDEOTAPE FILE (Format is either u-matic or vhs cassettes; all videos are in color unless otherwise noted):

V1 U 18 Black and white. Dub of the Assemblies of God television program, Revivaltime. Portion of this program used in VA, which is probably why the NRB had a copy. Program includes music by choir, report on the impact of the AOG's radio work in Europe and a message by Wesley R. Steelberg. At the very beginning of the tape is a brief segment from another evangelistic service in color. ca. 1950-1952
V2 U 59 Chicago program, broadcast by WCFC. On this program, hosted by Jerry Rose, Ben Armstrong was the guest. He talked about religious broadcasting in the United States and his book, The Electric Church. ca. 1979
V3 U 55 37th annual convention. Opening plenary session at 7 pm, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Singing by Norma Zimmer. Speakers included Paul Hollinger, David L. Hofer, Abe C. Van Der Puy and Oswald C. J. Hoffman speaking on "Our Message for the 80's." Distinguished Service Award presented to Wendell P. Loveless. Video stops in middle of Hoffman speech; continued on V4. 1/20/80
V4 U 44 37th annual convention. Opening plenary session at 7 pm, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Speaker was Oswald C. J. Hoffman speaking on "Our Message for the 80's." Video begins at beginning of Hoffman speech; continued from V3. 1/20/80
V5 U 60 37th annual convention. Keynote plenary session at 9 am, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Singing by Norma Zimmer. Speakers included Carl Lundquist, David L. Hofer speaking on "Show Forth His Salvation" and E. Brandt Gustavson. Awards of merit for excellence in program production accepted by David Jones for Howard O. Jones, Hour of Freedom and by Don Fearheiley and Jimmy Allen for At Home with the Bible. Video stops after Zimmer singing; continued on V6. 1/21/80
V6 U 40 37th annual convention. Keynote plenary session at 9 am, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Speakers included E. Brandt Gustavson, Theodore Epp and Don Lyon. Video begins after Zimmer singing; continued from V5. 1/21/80
V7 U 20 37th annual convention. Fourth plenary session at 6:45 pm, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Speaker was Pres. Jimmy Carter 1/21/80
V8 U 59 37th annual convention. Fourth plenary session at 6:45 pm, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Pres. Jimmy Carter and Rex Humbard. Singing by Maude Aimee Humbard and the Humbard Family Singers. Contains special feature of live production of Rex Humbard World Outreach Ministry telecast. 1/21/80
V9 U 55:30 37th annual convention. Congressional breakfast at 7:45 am, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Singing by Sandra Sheskin. Speakers included David L. Hofer, D. James Kennedy, Ben Haden and Chaplain James D. Ford. 1/22/80
V10 U 56 37th annual convention. FCC luncheon at 12 pm, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Singing by Burt Kettinger. Speakers included E. Brandt Gustavson, FCC Chairman Charles D. Ferris and Sen. Ernest F. Hollings (SC) speaking on "Communications in the 80's." Awards of merit for excellence in radio station operation accepted by James N. Birkitt for WKDH and WIVE FM/Ashland, Virginia, and for excellence in television station operation accepted by Jerry Rose for WCFC-TV 38/Chicago. Speakers refer to opening primary of the 1980 presidential campaign. Video stops in middle of Sen. Hollings speech; continued on V11. 1/22/80
V11 U 8 37th annual convention. FCC luncheon at 12 pm, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Sen. Ernest F. Hollings (SC) speaking on "Communications in the 80's," E. Brandt Gustavson and Billy A. Melvin. Speakers refer to opening primary of the 1980 presidential campaign. Video begins in middle of Sen. Hollings speech; continued from V10. 1/22/80
V12 U 55 37th annual convention. Hallmark Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Music by Cynthia Clawson. Speakers included Robert F. Andrews, Paul E. Freed and Thomas F. Zimmerman speaking on "The Law of Divine Increase." Milestone Award, citation of honor given to Cornelius Keur. Video stops at the beginning of Zimmerman's speech; continued on V13. 1/22/80
V13 U 48 37th annual convention. Hallmark Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Speaker included Thomas F. Zimmerman speaking on "The Law of Divine Increase." Award for Religious Broadcasting Hall of Fame inducted by Myron F. Boyd (posthumously), accepted by Dr. Donald Riggs. Video begins at the beginning of Zimmerman's speech; continued from V12. 1/22/80
V14 U 45 37th annual convention. NAE Breakfast at 7:30 am, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Robert Dugan and Sen. Jesse Helms (NC) speaking on "What Can We Expect in 1980?" 1/23/80
V15 U 56 37th annual convention. Eighth Plenary Session at 2 pm, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Robert Cook, Ian Stanley, David Clark M.R. DeHaan II and James Robison all speaking on "How to Reach the Man on the Street." Video stops after DeHaan's speech; continued on V16. 1/23/80
V16 U 46 37th annual convention. Eighth Plenary Session at 2 pm, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Speakers included David Clark, M.R. DeHaan II, Benja Smith and Cornelius Keur all speaking on "How to Reach the Man on the Street." Video begins in the middle of DeHaan's speech; continued from V14. 1/23/80
V17 U 55 37th annual convention. Thirty-seventh Annual Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Music by Cynthia Clawson. Speakers included Rep. (sp?) Kelly (FL), David Hofer, Thomas F. Zimmerman speaking on "NRB '80" and Leighton Ford speaking on "Major Issues in Communications to the '80's." Introduction and installation of 1980 officers. Video stops in the middle of Ford's speech; continued on V18. 1/23/80
V18 U 39 37th annual convention. Thirty-seventh Annual Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington Hilton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Leighton Ford speaking on "Major Issues in Communications in the '80's," David Hofer and Dr. Howard Jones. Video begins in the middle of Ford's speech; continued from V17. 1/23/80
V19 U 57 38th annual convention. Keynote Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Men of Melody. Speakers included J. Floyd Williams, David L. Hofer, Bill Bright, Christine Wyrtzen, and Adrian Rogers. Video stops near the beginning of Roger's speech; continued on V20. 1/25/81
V20 U 34 38th annual convention. Keynote Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speaker included Adrian Rogers. Video begins in the middle of Roger's speech; continued from V19. Video stops during Roger's speech; continued on V21. 1/25/81
V21 U 60 38th annual convention. Keynote Plenary Session at 7 pm and Opening Plenary Session at 8:30 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speaker for the Keynote Plenary Session included Adrian Rogers. Music for the Opening Plenary Session by Men of Melody. Speakers included Louis L. King, Darrell L. Anderson, Billy A. Melvin, Ben Armstrong, and George Sweeting. Video begins during Roger's speech; continued from V20. Video stops near the beginning of Sweeting's speech; continued on V22. 1/25-26/81
V22 U 58 38th annual convention. NRB Plenary Session at 11 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Christine Wyrtzen. Speakers included Robert Andrews, David L. Hofer (presidential address) and D. James Kennedy. Video stops in the middle of Kennedy's speech; continued 25 minutes into V23. 1/26/81
V23 U 57 38th annual convention. FCC Panel Plenary Session at 2 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Richard Bott, Richard E. Wiley, FCC Divisional Chiefs Richard Shiben, Jerold Jacobs, Willard R. Nichols, Arthur L. Ginsburg, Henry L. Baumann and Roy J. Stewart. Picture distorted. Video stops during Q&A of panelists; continued on third part of V24. 1/26/81
V24 U 55 38th annual convention. Opening Plenary Session at 8:30 am, NRB Plenary Session at 11 am, and FCC Panel Plenary Session at 2 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Opening Plenary Session speakers included George Sweeting and Mel Johnson. NRB Plenary Session speakers included D. James Kennedy and Herbert Bowdoin. FCC Panel Plenary Session speakers included Richard E. Wiley, FCC Divisional Chiefs Richard Shiben, Jerold Jacobs, Willard R. Nichols, Arthur L. Ginsburg, Henry L. Baumann and Roy F. Stewart. Video begins with the end of Opening Plenary Session; continued from V21. Video also includes the end of NRB Plenary Session; continued from V22 and the end of FCC Panel Plenary Session; continued from V23. 1/26/81
V25 U 58 38th annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by the Blackwood Brothers. Speakers include Eugene R. Bertermann, Billy A. Melvin and David Breese. Awards presented by David Hofer and Dr. Bertermann. Award of Merit accepted by Paul Hollinger for WDAC FM/ Lancaster, Pennsylvania, by Edna Edwards for WFGW/ Black Mountain, North Carolina, and by Paul Crouch for Trinity Broadcasting Network. Milestone Award accepted by Celia Webb for Bible Fellowship Hour and by Clarence Jones for HCJB. Video stops at Jones's acceptance speech; continued on V26. 1/26/81
V26 U 58 38th annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Kim Wicks. Speakers included David Hofer, Eugene Bertermann, S.M. Lockridge (primary speaker) and E. Brandt Gustavson. Milestone Awards accepted by Clarence Jones for HCJB, Dr. Howard Ferrin, Dr. Charles Lemming, and Dr. Hoffman for Lutheran Hour. Video begins after Webb's acceptance speech; continued from V25. Video stops during announcements. 1/26/81
V27 U 58 38th annual convention. Annual Congressional Breakfast at 7:30 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Vern McLellan, Patricia Macaulay and the Northwestern College Ensemble and Orchestra. Speakers included David L. Hofer, Edward L.R. Elson, Ben Armstrong and Ferry Falwell (primary speaker). Video stops during Falwell's speech; continued on V28. 1/27/81
V28 U 59 38th annual convention. Annual Congressional Breakfast at 7:30 am and FCC Luncheon at 12:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Congressional Breakfast speakers included Jerry Falwell (primary speaker), David L. Hofer, J. Floyd Williams and Charles Stanley. FCC Luncheon music by John and Mary Giger. Speakers included Robert W. Ball and Charles Ferris. Video begins in the middle of Falwell's speech; continued from V25. Video stops in the middle of Ferris' speech; continued on V29. 1/27/81
V29 U 58 38th annual convention. FCC Luncheon at 12:30 pm and Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. FCC Luncheon speakers included Charles Ferris, Tyrone Brown, Robert W. Ball and B. Sam Hart. Evening Plenary Session music by John and Mary Giger. Speakers included Arthur E. Gay, Jr. and Paul Evans. Video begins in the middle of Ferris speech; continued from V28. Video stops in the middle of Giger singing; continued on V30. 1/27/81
V30 U 59 38th annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by John and Mary Giger and the Northwestern College Ensemble and Orchestra. Speakers included J. Floyd Williams, Arthur E. Gay, Jr. and David Breese. NAE Awards: Layman of the Year accepted by C. Everett Koop; Dr. John Perkins and Dr. Richard Pierard presented the Faithful Servant Award to Dr. Frank Gaebelein. And accepted by Carl Saderstrom; Dr. Paul Toms presented Helping Hands Award to Everett Graffam; Dr. Clyde Taylor honors Wendell Louis Rocky, accepted by Rev. Wendell Rocky, Jr. Video begins at the end of Giger singing; continued form V29. Video stops at the beginning of Paul Cho's speech; continued on V31. 1/27/81
V31 U 58 38th annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Paul Cho and Arthur E. Gay, Jr.. Video begins with Cho's introduction; continued from V28. Video stops near the end of Cho's speech; continued on V32. 1/27/81
V32 U 59 38th annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm and Convocation '81 Banquet at 6:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Evening Plenary Session speakers included Paul Cho, Arthur E. Gay, Jr. and Robert A. Cook. Convocation '81 Banquet music included Dino and Debby Kartsonakis. Speaker included David L. Hofer. Awards presentations: the Distinguished Service Award to Dr. J. Vernon McGee and the Religious Broadcasters Hall of Fame Award to Billy Graham. Video begins near the end of Cho's speech; continued from V31. Video stops after the Hall of Fame Award; continued on V33. 1/27/81 1/28/81
V33 U 38 38th annual convention. Convocation '81 Banquet at 6:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Billy Graham (primary speaker), J. Floyd Williams and David Hofer. Video begins during Graham's speech; continued from V32. 1/28/81
V34 U 28 38th annual convention. Display Area Cutaways at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Video has very faint sound (not meant to be heard). 1981
V35 U 30 Televison program The First Estate/Religion in Review, hosted by Russell Barber. This program includes a segment on creationism vs. evolution, with the creationism viewpoint present by Benjamin Armstrong. 4/2/81
V36 U 57 39th annual convention. Opening of the 39th Annual Convention at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Doug Oldham, Joy Simpson, and Time of Deliverance Singers. Speakers included E. Brandt Gustavson, David L. Hofer, Joseph Springer, Ian Stanley, James Johnson, Horst Marquardt, and Millie Dienert. Distinguished Service Award to W. Dale Oldham. Student Achievement Awards presented by Carl Windsor to (sp?) Tim McQuary, Jeff Jameson, George Cutse, Phil Prince, Robert Ogburn, Ruth Ann Bacon and Rouel Justiano, accepted by Virgil McGill. Video stops with Time of Deliverance Singers; continued on V37. Sound Distortion at the beginning of tape, and during Stanley and Johnson's greetings. 2/7/82
V37 U 33 39th annual convention. Opening of the 39th Annual Convention at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Doug Oldham. Speakers included E. Brandt Gustavson and E. V. Hill (main speaker). Award presented by David L. Hofer to Percy Crawford, accepted by Ruth Crawford Porter. Video begins at award presentation; continued from V36. Video stops during Hill's speech; continued on V38. 2/7/82
V38 U 52 39th annual convention. Opening of the 39th Annual Convention at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included E. Brandt Gustavson, E. V. Hill (main speaker), and Kenneth Beachboard. Video begins at Gustavson's introduction of Hill; continued from V37. 2/7/82
V39 U 62 39th annual convention. Keynote Plenary Session at 8:30 am and the FCC Panel Plenary Session at 2 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Keynote Plenary Session speakers included G.L. Johnson speaking on "Reaching the Family," Bruce Dunn, Paul Ramseyer, and Thoms Zimmerman. FCC Panel Plenary Session speakers included Laurence Harris, Jeff Baumann, Larry D. Eads, Stephen F. Sewell, Rod Porter, and Roy J. Stewart. Video begins in the middle of Johnson's speech. Video stops during Q&A of FCC Panel Plenary. 2/8/82
V40 U 61 39th annual convention. Congressional Breakfast at 7:30 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by the First Baptist Church of Atlanta choir and orchestra, and Vern McLellan. Speakers included David L. Hofer, Robert Dugan, Brandt Gustavson, and Charles Stanley speaking on "Protecting the Family." Video stops during Stanley's speech; continued on V38. Beginning of video has a few second of no sound. 2/9/82
V41 U 12 39th annual convention. Congressional Breakfast at 7:30 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Charles Stanley speaking on "Protecting the Family," David L. Hofer, and James D. Ford. Video begins during Stanley's speech; continued from V40. 2/9/82
V42 U 57 39th annual convention. FCC Luncheon at 12:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Doug Oldham. Speakers included Robert Ball, Ben Armstrong, Richard Wiley, Mark Fowler (main speaker), and Carl Ferwerda. Award for Excellence in TV Station Operation presented by David L. Hofer to Al Metsker of KYFC - TV 50/ Kansas City, MO; for Excellence in Radio Station Operation to Jack Kandel of KGDN - KBIQ/ Seattle, Washington. 2/9/82
V43 U 41 39th annual convention. Reaching the Minority Family at 2:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Howard O. Jones, John Gimenez, Ray Wilson, Benjamin T. Moore, Bob Harrison, Bishop Washington, and William Thompson. Video has a dark picture, low sound, and stops during the session. 2/9/82
V44 U 60 39th annual convention. Challenge Plenary Session at 5:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Doug Oldham. Speakers included Thomas F. Zimmerman, Thomas "Ed" Steele, David L. Hofer, Ronald Reagan, Irvin S. Yeaworth, Paul Freed, Robert Bowman, and Paul Kauffman. Video stops during Yeaworth's presentation; continued on V45. 2/9/82
V45 U 62 39th annual convention. Challenge Plenary Session at 5:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Thomas Zimmerman, Bill Bright, David L. Hofer, James Dobson, and John MacArthur Jr. speaking on the "Challenge of the Family." Award of Merit for Excellence in Radio Program Production presented by David Hofer to Focus on the Family, accepted by James Dobson. Video begins with Bright's prayer; continued from V41. Video stops in the middle of MacArthur's speech; continued on V46. 2/8/82
V46 U 58 39th annual convention. Challenge Plenary Session at 5:30 pm and the FCC Luncheon at 12:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Challenge Plenary Session speakers included John MacArthur Jr. speaking on the "Challenge of the Family," Thomas Zimmerman, and Melvin Jones. FCC Luncheon speakers included Mark Fowler (main speaker), Robert Ball, and Carl Ferwerda. Video begins in the middle of MacArthur's speech; continued from V42. The FCC Luncheon portion is a duplicate of V42. 2/9/82
V47 U 62 39th annual convention. Television Plenary Session at 2:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included James Robison, Jerry Rose, Donald Wildmon, and L.P. Dorenbos all speaking on "Reaching the Family Through Media." Video begins during Robison's remarks. 2/10/82
V48 U 49 39th annual convention. 39th Anniversary Banquet at 6:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Vern McLellan, Pat MacCanlay, Robert Hale, and Dean Wilder. Speaker included David L. Hofer. Video begins with final three minutes of FCC Panel Plenary Session Q&A on 2/8/1982 at 2:00 pm; continued from V36. Video stops during Hale and Wilder's singing; continued on V49. 2/10/82
V49 U 62 39th annual convention. 39th Anniversary Banquet at 6:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included David L. Hofer, Francis Schaeffer speaking on "A Christian Manifesto," and E. Brandt Gustavson. Video begins with Hofer's introduction of Schaeffer; continued from V48. 2/10/82
V50 U 62 40th annual convention. Opening of the 40th Annual Convention at 7:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Larnelle Harris. Speakers included Robert Cook, E. Brandt Gustavson, Abe C. Van Der Puy, Ian Stanley, Milton Clipper (sp?), Vonette Bright, Millie Dienert, E. Alex Blomerth, David L. Hofer, Ralph Carmichael, and Carl Windsor. Milestone Awards to Donald Baughey of The Evangelistic Hour, Russell Killman of Heaven and Home Hour, David Webber of Southwest Radio Church of the Air, and Quinton Everest of Your Worship Hour. Religious Broadcasting Hall of Fame award to Martin R. DeHaan, accepted by Richard Mason. Video stops during Harris' sings; continued on V51. 1/30/83
V51 U 43 40th annual convention. Opening of the 40th Annual Convention at 7:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Larnelle Harris. Speakers included Jimmy Draper, Robert A. Cook, and Carl Richardson. Video begins during Harris' singing; continued from V50. 1/30/83
V52 U 43 40th annual convention. Keynote Plenary Session at 8:45 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Larnelle Harris. Speakers included E. Brandt Gustavson, Jerry Rose, Luis Palau, and H. O. Espinoza. Video begins in the middle of the program, during Gustavson's report. 1/31/83
V53 U 33 40th annual convention. Presidential Address at 2 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included E. Brandt Gustavson, Pat Robertson, and Ronald Reagan. An award presented by Ruth Armstrong and Mrs. E. Brandt Gustavson to Nancy Reagan for her civic service programs. 1/31/83
V54 U 56 40th annual convention. FCC Panel Plenary Session in the afternoon at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included David L. Hofer, David E. Hilliard (sp?), and FCC Divisional Chiefs Jeff Baumann, William H. Johnson, Roderick Porter, Charles W. Kelly, Roy J. Stewart, and Larry E. Eads. The end of video contains the ending of a PTL-Jim Bakker television program. 1/31/83
V55 U 24 40th annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Dave Boyer. Speakers included Howard Jones, David Hocking, and Jim Bakker. International Award presented to Hildebrand (sp?). Milestone Award presented to Ralph Neighbour. No picture or sound for about six minutes before and at the beginning of the PTL Club presentation. End of video contains a Jim Bakker show; continues on V56. 1/31/83
V56 U 61 40th annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Special presentation: Live Origination of PTL Club. Music by David Boyer and the PTL singers and orchestra. Speakers included Jim Bakker, Ben Armstrong, Rex Humbard, Maude Aimee Humbard, Elizabeth Humbard, James Montgomery Boice, and Tammy Faye Bakker. Video has no sound, only static until the last few minutes. 1/31/83
V57 U 62 40th annual convention. Annual Congressional Breakfast at 7:15 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by the Fellowship Choir of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago. Speakers included Thomas F. Zimmerman, Sen. Mark Hatfield (OR), and Bill Bright. Distinguished Service Award presented by Robert A. Cook to Theodore Epp from Back to the Bible. Video stops during the choir singing; continued on V58 without Graham's speech. 2/1/83
V58 U 29 40th annual convention. Annual Congressional Breakfast at 7:15 am and Billy Graham's Press Conference at 8:30 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Annual Congressional Breakfast speakers included Thomas F. Zimmerman and James Ford. Video begins after Graham's speech; continued from V57. 2/1/83
V59 U 62 40th annual convention. FCC Luncheon at 12:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Dave Boyer. Speakers included Paul Ramseyer, Clay Evans, E. Brandt Gustavson, Robert A. Cook, Mark Fowler, James Robison (main speaker), and Ameril Beare (sp?) from the Ungie tribe in Papua New Guinea. Milestone Award presented to Arnold Bracey from WMPC/Lapeer, Michigan, and Richard Marsh from KPPC/Pasadena, California. Award of Merit for Excellence in TV operation presented to Peter Sumrall, from LeSea Broadcasting Co., South Bend, Indiana. Video stops in the middle of Robison's speech; continued on V60. 2/1/83
V60 U 40th annual convention. FCC Luncheon at 12:30 pm and the Afternoon Plenary Session at 2:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. The FCC Luncheon speakers included James Robison, Paul Ramseyer, and Mike Maddex. The Afternoon Plenary Session music by the Fellowship Choir of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, Chicago. Speakers included Howard Jones and Clay Evans. Video begins in the middle of Robison's speech; continued from V56. Video stops at the beginning of Evan's speech; continued on V61. 2/1/83
V61 U 42 40th annual convention. Afternoon Plenary Session at 2:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Clay Evans speaking on "The Role of Christian Media in Urban Centers," Howard Jones, and Guide Merkens. Video begins with Evan's speech; continued from V60. End of tape contains the Jim Bakker show. 2/1/83
V62 U 62 40th annual convention. International Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Johnny Hall and Daniel Wayenburg. Speakers included Bruce Dunn, David Mains, Arthur Gay, and L.P. Dorenbos. Video ends during Dorenbas' talk; continued on V63. 2/1/83
V63 U 62 40th annual convention. International Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Renata Hemskirt (sp?) And Daniel Wayenberg. Speakers included L.P. Dorenbos, Bruce Dunn, Georgi Vins, and Mary Smallburger (sp?). Video begins during Dorenbos's talk; continued from V59. Video stops during a showing of a film by EO; continued on V64. 2/1/83
V64 U 48 40th annual convention. International Plenary Session at 7 pm and press conferences at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. International Plenary Session speakers included Bruce Dunn and Paul Freed. Press conferences with Dr. Van Impe and then Jerry Falwell. Video begins during the showing of a film by EO; continued from V63. Picture jumps during the beginning of the showing of the film. 2/1/83
V65 U 63 40th annual convention. Television Plenary Session at 2 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Ellen Roweton. Speakers included David W. Clark, E. Brandt Gustavson, and Oral Roberts (main speaker). Video stops during Oral Robert's speech; continued on V66. 2/2/83
V66 U 63 40th annual convention. Television Plenary Session at 2 pm and the 40th Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Television Plenary Session speakers included Oral Roberts (main speaker), David W. Clark, and John Gimenez. Fortieth Anniversary Banquet music by Vern McLellan, Sandi Patte, and Jerry Rose. Speakers included E. Brandt Gustavson, Myron S. Augsburger, Jerry Falwell, and Thomas F. Zimmerman. Video begins with Oral Robert's speech; continued from V65. Video stops during Zimmerman's talk; continued on V67. 2/2/83
V67 U 63 40th annual convention. 40th Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by George Beverly Shea. Speakers included Thomas F. Zimmerman, E. Brandt Gustavson, James Watt, and Carl F. H. Henry speaking on "Trumpeting God's Word to a Nation in Decision." Robert A. Cook presented the Award of Merit for Excellence in Radio to Charles Swindoll, in TV to Charles Stanley, and in radio to Thomas Bisset. Video begins with Zimmerman's speech; continued from V66. Video stops during Henry's speech; continued on V68. 2/2/83
V68 U 40 40th annual convention. 40th Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included E. Brandt Gustavson and Carl F. H. Henry speaking on "Trumpeting God's Word to a Nation in Decision." Video begins during Henry's speech; continued from V67. End of video contains part of a PTL Club program. 2/2/83
V69 U 14 40th annual convention. News 4: Live at Five program stories on religious broadcasting and the 1983 NRB Convention. Speakers included Russ Barber, Rev. Charles Perry, Ronald Reagan, Billy Graham, and Jerry Falwell. Relevant content begins 2 minutes into the video. 1983
V70 U 58 41st annual convention. Opening Plenary Session at 7:30 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Robert A. Cook, Charles Stanley, E. Brandt Gustavson, Billy A. Melvin, Bill Bright, Horst Marquardt, Dave Adams, John Davis, Juan Gille (sp?), Charles Danyer (sp?), and Glen Spalding. IRB Student Achievement Awards presented by Carl Windsor and Joseph Bridges. Video stops at student achievement awards. 1/29/84
V71 U 46 41st annual convention. Keynote Plenary Session at 8:30 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Jack Van Impe and Thomas Steele. Video begins at the beginning of Van Impe's speech. 1/30/84
V72 U 39 41st annual convention. Presidential Address at 1:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Pat Boone. Video begins with Boon singing. Video stops during wait for Reagan; continued on V73. 1/30/84
V73 U 58 41st annual convention. Presidential Address at 1:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Pat Boone. Speakers included Ronald Reagan (main speaker), E. Brandt Gustavson, Bill Bright, and Jimmy Swaggart. Video begins near the end of Boone's singing; continued from V72. Video loses some sound for one minute in the middle. 1/30/84
V74 U 62 41st annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Doug Oldham and Pat Boone. Speakers included Robert Neff, Car Richardson (main speaker), and Bruce Dunn. Video stops during Boone's speaking; continued on V73. 1/30/84
V75 U 61 41st annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Pat Boone. Speakers included Bruce Dunn and Chuck Colson (main speaker). Boone shares story of Boone and Billy Graham on the Dick Cavett show. Video begins with Boone speaking; continued from V73. Video stops in the middle of Colson's speech; continued on V76. 1/30/84
V76 U 35 41st annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Chuck Colson (main speaker) and Dan Betser (sp?). Video begins in the middle of Colson's speech; continued from V75. 1/30/84
V77 U 8 Three segments from news programs broadcast from the nightly news program of the Washington, DC, ABC affiliate, WJLA-TV7. Each story is about the NRB annual meeting in Washington, emphasizing President Ronald Reagan's appearance and his discussion of abortion, the Year of the Bible, prayer in public schools, and his support from the Religious Right 1/30-31/84
V78 U 60 41st annual convention. Annual Congressional Breakfast at 7:15 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Pat Boone. Speakers included Joni Eareckson Tada (main speaker) and James Ford. No picture during the beginning of opening prayer and during part of the introductions. 1/31/84
V79 U 62 41st annual convention. FCC Luncheon at 12:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Vonda Van Dyke. Speakers included Jerry Falwell (main speaker), Richard Wiley, and Mimi (sp?) Dawson. Award of Merit presented by Robert Cook to Norman G. Wilson from Wesleyan Hour, Mel Johnson from Tips for Teens, and Ron Mile (sp?) for WTLW. Video begins with no picture. Video stops during Falwell's speech; continued on V80. 1/31/84
V80 U 33 41st annual convention. FCC Luncheon at 12:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Jerry Falwell (main speaker) and Tim LaHaye. Video begins during Falwell's introduction; continued from V79. 1/31/84
V81 U 59 41st annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 8 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Doug Oldham and Sue Dodge. Speakers included Jimmy Waters (sp?), Sam Hart, Ralph Carmichael (sp?), Charles Corttle (sp?), Nilson Fanini, Vonette Bright, and E. Brandt Gustavson. Distinguished Service Awards presented by Bob Cook to Herbert Bromelin (sp?)and David Mains. Video stops at the end of Dodge's singing; continued on V82. No sound during part of Corttle's talk. 1/31/84
V82 U 54 41st annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 8 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Pat Robertson (main speaker) and Steven Freed. Video begins before Robertson's introduction; continued from V81. 1/31/84
V83 U 61 41st annual convention. Afternoon Plenary Session at 2 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Hurberto, Evonhelina Paris (sp?), Rita Milaydo (sp?), and Linda Houghton (sp?). Speakers included Paul Finkenbinder, Rodriguez and William Angulo (sp?), Ricardo Loguso (sp?), Charles Denure (sp?), William Labrone (sp?), John Gimenez, and Luis Palau. H. O. Espinoza made special presentations to E. Brandt Gustavson and Ben Armstrong. Awards for Excellence presented by E. Brandt Gustavson to Robert Remmington (sp?), received by Charles Denure (sp?) for excellence in programming, and to Hugo Rueriese (sp?) from the Radio and TV Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention for excellence in radio production. Contains flag procession of countries with Hispanic population. Video ends during Palau's speech; continued on V84. 2/1/84
V84 U 36 41st annual convention. Afternoon Plenary Session at 2 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Luis Palau (main speaker), H. O. Espinoza, and Annil Ramos (sp?). Video begins at Palau's introduction; continued from V83. No picture during first minute. 2/1/84
V85 U 50 41st annual convention. Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Larnelle Harris. Speakers included E. Brandt Gustavson, Tom Zimmerman, Robert Cook, and Bill Bright. Recognition awards for outstanding service to Jerry Rose and Paul Ramseyer. Installation of the new executive committee. Video begins with Harris' singing. Video stops after Bright's prayer for the new committee; continued on V86. 2/1/84
V86 U 63 41st annual convention. Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Cynthia Clawson, Doug Oldham, and C.J. Oldham (sp?). Speakers included General John W. Vessy, Jr. (sp?) and Oswald C.J. Hoffman (main speaker). Video begins after installation of committee; continued from V85. Video stops during Hoffman's speech; continued on V87. 2/1/84
V87 U 35 41st annual convention. Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Oswald C.J. Hoffman. Video begins during the introduction of Hoffman; continued from V86. 2/1/84
V88 U 45 Newsfront, a television news program produced by the National Catholic News Service. Tape contains two programs, including stories about the debate over capital punishment, creationism in public schools, human rights in the Soviet Union, and attitudes in the Catholic Church toward press coverage of nuclear war. 3/18/84, 6/14/84
V89 U 60 42nd annual convention. Opening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Kurt Kaiser, Don Wyrtzen, and "Big John" Hall. Speakers included Howard D. Jones, E. Brandt Gustavson, Robert A. Cook, Arthur Bourden (sp?), Mary Dorr, Billy Melvin, Mike Maddex, Efrain Rios Mont, and Ben Haden (main speaker). Video stops during Haden's speech; continued on V88. 2/3/85
V90 U 61 42nd annual convention. Opening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by "Big John" Hall. Speakers included Ben Haden (main speaker), E. Brandt Gustavson, Robert A. Cook, and David Breese. Joseph Bridges presents student achievement awards to Brent Sent (sp?), Jeff Lyle, Scott Bossleman (sp?), and to Mary Syzdak, accepted by Ed Hollatz. Milestone Award presented to Bill Denten, accepted by Howard ?. Distinguished Service Award presented to Orva Keningsberg (sp?). Award of Merit to Bruce Dunn from Grace Worship Hour and to Dennis Warden from KCFO. Video begins during Haden's speech; continued form V84. Video ends during Hall's singing; continued on V91. Video has some picture distortion. 2/3/85
V91 U 21 42nd annual convention. Opening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Harold Carter and Mel Johnson. Video begins with Carter's speech; continued from V90. 2/3/85
V92 U 52 42nd annual convention. Keynote Plenary Session at 9 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Cheryl Prewitt Blackwood. Speakers included Jack Hayford speaking on Circumcision. Video stops during congregational singing after Hayford's speech. 2/4/85
V93 U 62 42nd annual convention. Presidential Plenary Session at 1:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by "Big John" Hall and Pat Boone. Speakers included Bill Bright, John C. Shepherd, Chuck Sullivan, Stephanie Cratch (sp?), E. Brandt Gustavson, Charles Stanley, and President Ronald Reagan. Video stops during Boone's singing; continued on V94. 2/4/85
V94 U 47 42nd annual convention. Presidential Plenary Session at 1:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Pat Boone. Speakers included Ben Armstrong, E. Brandt Gustavson, Jerry Falwell, Vice President George Bush, and Thomas F. Zimmerman. Video begins at Boone's singing; continued from V93. 2/4/85
V95 U 47 42nd annual convention. Monday Evening Plenary Session at 7pm and the Gospel Music Association Concert at 9 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Monday Evening Plenary Session music by Scott Wesley Brown. Speakers included Jimmy Swaggart, and Lee Schultz. Gospel Music Association Concert included Doug Oldham and the Lanny Wolfe Trio (sp?). Video starts with Swaggart's prayer after speech. First video of session is missing. Gospel Music Association Concert begins 9 minutes into the video. 2/4/85
V96 U 61 42nd annual convention. Congressional Breakfast at 7:15 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Edward M. Kennedy, Jerry Falwell, and Cal Thomas. 2/5/85
V97 U 52 42nd annual convention. Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm and FCC Luncheon at 12:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Anniversary Banquet speakers included E. Brandt Gustavson and C. Everett Koop. FCC Luncheon speakers included Jerry Rose, Richard Wiley, Robert A. Cook, Mark Fowler, James Quellos, and Tim LaHaye. Distinguished Service Award presented to FCC chairman Mark Fowler. Video begins with Koop's testimony at the Anniversary Banquet. FCC Luncheon begins at 15:15. 2/5/85-2/6/85
V98 U 61 42nd annual convention. Tuesday Evening Plenary Session at 8 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by William Harness. Speakers included Dick Botts and E. V. Hill. Video begins with introduction of Harness; continued on V99. 2/5/85
V99 U 27 42nd annual convention. Tuesday Evening Plenary Session at 8 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included E. V. Hill, Dick Botts, and Abe Van Der Puy. Video begins during Hill's speech; continued from V93; continued on V100. 2/5/85
V100 U 54 42nd annual convention. Tuesday Evening Plenary Session at 8 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by "Big John" Hall. Speakers included Richard Botts, Mike Maddex, Jerry Ballard, Paul Tanner, and Phyllis Schlafly (main speaker). Continued from V99. 2/5/85
V101 U 35 42nd annual convention. Israeli Teleconference at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by "Big John" Hall and Cheryl Prewitt Blackwood. Speakers included President Herzog of Israel and Mayor of Jerusalem, Teddy Kollek. Video stops during Blackwood's singing. 1985
V102 U 59 42nd annual convention. Symposium for the Future at 1:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by The African Children's Choir. Speakers included Bill Bright, Dave Breese, and Sen. Jesse Helms. Video stops during the choir's singing. 2/6/85
V103 U 60 42nd annual convention. Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Debby Boone. Speakers included Brandt E. Gustavson, Paul Freed, Holland London, and C. Everett Koop. Video stops after Koop's speech. 2/6/85
V104 U 43 42nd annual convention. Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by "Big John" Hall. Speakers included Billy Graham and Brandt E. Gustavson. Video continued from V103; continued on V105. 2/6/85
V105 U 34 42nd annual convention. Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by "Big John" Hall. Speakers included Billy Graham, Brandt E. Gustavson, and Bill Bright. Video begins during Graham's speech; continued from V104. 2/6/85
V106 U 60 Documentary about the 1985 annual meeting. Program was apparently produced by Communication students at CBN University, but copyright was held by NRB. Among the people interviewed or whose speeches were excerpted were: E. Brandt Gustavson, Warren Wiersbe, H. O. Espinoza, Ami M. Kahn, Harold Carter, Ben Haden, Haim Herzog (president of Israel), Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush (son of the vice president), Jerry Falwell, Pat Boone, Jimmy Swaggart, the Jerry Falwell/Edward Kennedy debate, Mark Fowler, Phyllis Schlafly, Larry Ward, Samuel Wu (heading the Taiwan delegation), Brother Andrew, and Jesse Helms. There were also segments on the exhibits and the workshops. ca. 2/7/85
V107 U 50 Nightmatch CBS series of news and debate. On this program, John Buchan of People for the American Way and Rev Jimmy Swaggert debated, "Resolved: Too many Tv evangelists are violating Christian principles in their fund raising and right wing political activities." There are also filmed reports on televangelists and on the religious right. Ca. 3/15/85
V108 U 20 43rd annual convention. NRB Workshop Session 1: Black Broadcasters at 11am, Washington, DC. Topic: How to put together a quality broadcast. Speakers included Dr. Howard O Jones and Walter Arties. Session begins five minutes into the video; continued on V109. 2/3/86
V109 U 21 43rd annual convention. NRB Workshop Session 1: Black Broadcasters at 11am, Washington, DC. Topic: How to put together a quality broadcast. Speakers included Marlene Henderson, Dr. C. Edward Thomas, Dr. Howard O. Jones, and Bishop Smallwood Williams. Video continued from V108. Video ends at Bishop William's speech. 2/3/86
V110 U 53 43rd annual convention. Presidential Plenary Session at 1:30 pm, Washington, DC. Music by Bill Gaither & The New Gaither Vocal Band. Speakers included Robert Tilton, Millie Dienert, Dr. David Clark, and Billy Graham. Video stops after Graham's speech; continued on V111. 2/3/86
V111 U 45 43rd annual convention. Presidential Plenary Session at 1:30 pm, Washington, DC. Music by Pat Boone and Doug Oldham. Video message from President Ronald Reagan. Video presentation from CBN News on the Space Shuttle Challenger. Video ends after Reagan's speech; continued from V110. 2/3/86
V112 U 53 43rd annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington, DC. Music by the Communique Singers & Orchestra from Northwest College. Speakers included Al Brice, Bill Swadd (sp?), and John Blessington (sp?). Video ends after Tilton's introduction; continued on V113. 2/3/86
V113 U 37 43rd annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington, DC. Music by Bill Gaither and the New Gaither Vocal Band. Speakers included Robert Tilton, Thomas Zimmerman, and Dr. Anthony Evans. Award for Radio Production presented to Marlin Maddox from Point of View. Video begins with Tilton's speech; continued from V112. Video stops with introduction to Evans; continued on V114. 2/3/86
V114 U 62 43rd annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington, DC. Speakers included Thomas Zimmerman and Anthony Evans. Continued from V113. 2/3/86
V115 U 56 43rd annual convention. Congressional Breakfast at 7:15 am, Washington, DC. Music by Communique Singers and Orchestra. Speakers included Jimmy Swaggart, John Buchanan, Robert A. Cook, and Dr. Robert Dugan. Video ends with Swaggart speaking; continued on V116. 2/4/86
V116 U 25 43rd annual convention. Congressional Breakfast at 7:15 am, Washington, DC. Speakers included Jimmy Swaggart, Robert Tilton, and John Buchanan. Video continued from V115. 2/4/86
V117 U 55 43rd annual convention. FCC Luncheon at 12:30 pm, Washington, DC. Speakers included Robert Tilton, Ben Armstrong, Rosil H. Heid, Richard E. Wiley, Dennis Patrick, Patrick Buchanan, and Paul E. Freed. Award of Merit presented to Ron Haus, Jim Patterson, John Norris, and Char Binkley. Distinguished Service Award to Rosil H. Heid. 2/4/86
V118 U 62 43rd annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 8 pm, Washington, DC. Music by Michael Card and Scott Wesley Brown. Speakers included Jim Nicholls, Billy Ray, and Bob Angelotti. Video stops during Brown's singing; continued on V119. 2/4/86
V119 U 60 43rd annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 8 pm, Washington, DC. Music by Steve Green, Scott Wesley Brown, and the National Christian Choir. Speakers included Denice Williams and Jim Nicholls. Video continued from V111. Video ends with the National Christian Choir singing. 2/4/86
V120 U 23 43rd annual convention. Fifth National Prayer Breakfast in Honor of Israel at 7 am, Washington, DC. Speakers included Doug Krieger and "Ed" McAteer. Stops during the introductions of guests; continued on V121. 2/5/86
V121 U 20 43rd annual convention. Fifth National Prayer Breakfast in Honor of Israel at 7 am, Washington, DC. Music by Bernard Johnson. Speakers included Caroline Sunset, Sen. Al Gore, and "Ed" McAteer. Video begins with introduction to music; continued from V120. Video continued on V122. 2/5/86
V122 U 22 43rd annual convention. Fifth National Prayer Breakfast in Honor of Israel at 7 am, Washington, DC. Speakers included Sen. Jesse Helms, Ben Armstrong, Charlie Emmanuel/Campbell (sp?), Moody Adams, and "Ed" McAteer. Video begins with Helms talking; continued from V121. Video stops at the end of Adam's talk; continued on V123. 2/5/86
V123 U 21 43rd annual convention. Fifth National Prayer Breakfast in Honor of Israel at 7 am, Washington, DC. Music by Jean Udaily (sp?). Speakers included Ramone (sp?), Pat Robertson, and "Ed" McAteer. Video begins with introduction to Ramone (sp?); continued from V122. Video stops after Robertson's talk; continued on V124. Video has some color distortion. 2/5/86
V124 U 21 43rd annual convention. Fifth National Prayer Breakfast in Honor of Israel at 7 am, Washington, DC. Speakers included Jeanne Kirkpatrick (keynote speaker) and "Ed" McAteer. Video begins during introduction to Kirkpatrick; continued from V123. Video stops during her speech; continued on V 125. 2/5/86
V125 U 22 43rd annual convention. Fifth National Prayer Breakfast in Honor of Israel at 7 am, Washington, DC. Speakers included Jeanne Kirkpatrick (keynote address), "Ed" McAteer, Joseph Yockhoff (sp?), Ervin Merowsky, Doug Krieger, Terry Bursss (sp?), and Auri (sp?) Marshall. Video begins during Kirkpatrick's speech; continued from V124. Video stops during Marshall's talk; continued on V126. 2/5/86
V126 U 21 43rd annual convention. Fifth National Prayer Breakfast in Honor of Israel at 7 am, Washington, DC. Music by Jean Udaily (sp?). Speakers included Ari (sp?) Marshall, Edith Schaefer, Paul Hand-?, John Sly, Jimmy DeYoung, and "Ed" McAteer. Presentation given to Ashur Neihmen (sp?). 2/5/86
V127 U 62 43rd annual convention. International Broadcaster's Debate at 2 pm, Washington, DC. Speakers included Robert A. Cook, Jacques Torczyner, and Jerry Falwell and Joshua Haberman debating on "The State of Israel in the Christian/Jewish Perspective." Video continued on V128. Has very faint sound. 2/5/86
V128 U 18 43rd annual convention. International Broadcaster's Debate at 2 pm, Washington, DC. Speakers included Jerry Falwell and Joshua Haberman debating on "The State of Israel in the Christian/Jewish Perspective." Video begins during Haberman's talk; continued from V127. Has very faint sound. 2/5/86
V129 U ? 43rd annual convention. Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington, DC. 2/5/86
V130 U ? 43rd annual convention. Anniversary Banquet at 7 pm, Washington, DC. 2/5/86
V131 U 61 44th annual convention. Opening Plenary Session: Report on Pornography in the evening at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Michael Card, Nancy Olsen, and Wendell Borrink. Speakers included Jerry Rose, Stuart Epperson, Jim Warren (sp?), Melinda Schmidt, Pat McCully, Billy Melvin, James Dobson, and Jerry Kirk. Video stops during Kirk's speech; continued on V132. 1/31/87
V132 U 62 44th annual convention. Opening Plenary Session: Report on Pornography in the evening at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by the Harvesters (sp?). Speakers included Jerry Kirk, Jerry Rose, and Josh McDowell. Billy Ray Hearn (sp?) presents plaque to Ben Armstrong. Video begins during Kirk's speech; continued from V124. Video stops during McDowell's speech; continued on V131. 1/31/87
V133 U 33 44th annual convention. Opening Plenary Session; Report on Pornography in the evening at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Josh McDowell, Jerry Rose, Jim Warren (sp?), and Melinda Schmidt. Video begins during McDowell's speech; continued from V132. The last two minutes are a preview of the speakers during the 5-day convention by Jim Warren (sp?) and Melinda Schmidt. 1/31/87
V134 U 62 44th annual convention. Sunday Worship Service in the morning at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Grupa Albanza Trio (sp?) and Luke Garrett. Speakers included Jimmy Waters, Richard Bott, Sr., and David Hocking (main speaker). Video stops during Hocking's sermon; continued on V135. 2/1/87
V135 U 30 44th annual convention. Sunday Worship Service in the morning at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included David Hocking, Richard Bott, Sr., and Paul Ramseyer. Video begins during Hocking's sermon; continued from V134. 2/1/87
V136 U ? 44th annual convention. Black Broadcaster's Concert in the afternoon at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music/speakers included Bishop Smallwood Williams, Wendell Henderson, Ted McBaines (sp?), Clay Evans, Bibleway Temple Choir, Donald Veils (sp?), Salvation Corporation & Project Victory, and Milton Biggum (sp?). Video stops during the third choir; continued on V137. 2/1/87
V137 U 62 44th annual convention. Black Broadcaster's Concert in the afternoon at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music/speakers included Clay Evans, Dr. Hodges, Isaac Patrick, Reggie Hales, Winston Chaney, Wendell Henderson, Ted McBaines (sp?), Richard Smallwood, and the Smallwood Singers. Video begins during the third choir; continued from V129. Video stops during the Smallwood Singers; continued on V138. 2/1/87
V138 U 29 44th annual convention. Black Broadcaster's Concert in the afternoon at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Richard Smallwood and the Smallwood Singers. Speakers included Clay Evans, Reggie Hales, and Winston Chaney. Video begins during the Smallwood Singers; continued from V137. 2/1/87
V139 U 62 44th annual convention. Keynote Plenary Session in the evening at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Dave Clark, Ben Armstrong, Jerry Rose, Paul Crouch, Al Sanders, Robin Rees, Robert Loeb, and Tom Wallace. Jim Owens presents the Inter-Collegiate Religious Broadcasting Awards. Video stops during Armstrong's speech; continued on V140. 2/1/87
V140 U 62 44th annual convention. Keynote Plenary Session in the evening at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Ben Armstrong, Dave Clark, and Robert Cook (keynote address). Awards given to Al Sanders and Nathan Travis Middleton. Video begins at the start of Armstrong's speech; continued from V139. 2/1/87
V141 U 62 44th annual convention. Presidential Plenary Session in the afternoon at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Steve Green. Speakers included Jerry Rose, Richard & Jennifer Kiel, Robert Cook, Richard Wiley, Gary Bauer, Tim Robertson, and President Ronald Reagan. Message from Reagan was video taped at the White House. Video stops with Green's singing; continued on V142. 2/2/87
V142 U 60 44th annual convention. Presidential Plenary Session in the afternoon at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Steve Green. Speakers included Robert Cook, C. Everett Koop, Ben Armstrong, and Vice-President George Bush. Video begins during Green's singing; continued from V141. Video stops during Bush's speech; continued on V143. 2/2/87
V143 U 34 44th annual convention. Presidential Plenary Session in the afternoon at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Vice-President George Bush, Jerry Rose, Jerry Falwell, Donald Sills, and Steve Sumrall. Video begins during Bush's speech; continued from V142. 2/2/87
V144 U 60 44th annual convention. Monday Evening Plenary Session at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by the New York Salvation Army Territorial Band. Speakers included Wendell Borrink, Paul Holinger, Sylvia Flatten Nash (sp?), Josh McDowell, and Sam Hart. Sound is weak. Video continued on V143. 2/2/87
V145 U 60 44th annual convention. Monday Evening Plenary Session at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Karla Worley. Speakers included Dave Clark, John Pierce, John Helder, Peter Maris, The BIOLA Hour, Bob Straton, and Robert Cook. Awards given by Bishop Samuel Kelsey. Video stops with Worley's singing; continued on V146. 2/2/87
V146 U 53 44th annual convention. Monday Evening Plenary Session at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Thomas Zimmerman, Zig Ziglar, and Stephen Olford. Video continued from V145. 2/2/87
V147 U 60 44th annual convention. Congressional Breakfast in the morning at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Luis Palau. Speakers included Robert Cook, Gerald Derstine, Phil Derstine, Robert Dugan, Dave Clark, and Jack Kemp. Video continued on V148. 2/3/87
V148 U 53 44th annual convention. Congressional Breakfast in the morning at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Jack Campbell, Adrian Rogers, James Ford, Beverly LaHaye, and Tim LaHaye. Video continued from V147. 2/3/87
V149 U 61 44th annual convention. FCC Luncheon in the afternoon at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Clinton Utterbach. Speakers included Charles Stanley, Richard Lee, E. Brandt Gustavson, Jerry Johnston, and Richard Wiley. Awards presented to Jimmy & Joanne Thompson and Clay Evans. Video continued on V150. 2/3/87
V150 U 30 44th annual convention. FCC Luncheon in the afternoon at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Clinton Utterbach. Speakers included Patricia Dennis, James Kennedy, and W. V. Grant, Jr. Video continued from V149. 2/3/87
V151 U 60 44th annual convention. International Banquet in the evening at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Marta Svenson. Speakers included John Wang and Luis Palau. Award to Ben Armstrong. Video continued on V152. 2/3/87
V152 U 60 44th annual convention. International Banquet in the evening at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Luis Palau, John VanDees (sp?), and Henry Hjo. Awards to King Goodwill Swilitini (sp?) and Luis Palau. Video continued from V151. 2/3/87
V153 U 60 44th annual convention. 6th Annual Prayer Breakfast in honor of Israel in the morning at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Opus 3. Speakers included Jimmy DeYoung, Charles Mims, E.E. McAteer, Jack Kemp, Ben Armstrong, Al Gore, Adrian Rogers, Pete Dupont, and Bob McEwen. Video continued on V154. 2/3/87
V154 U 61 44th annual convention. 6th Annual Prayer Breakfast in Honor of Israel in the morning at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Sue Dodge. Speakers included Anis Sharus, Edwin Meece, Stephen Olford, Mark Silgender, and Meir Rosenne. Video continued from V153; continued on V155. 2/4/87
V155 U 20 44th annual convention. 6th Annual Prayer Breakfast in Honor of Israel in the morning at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Betty Ropisky. Speakers included Irvin Borowsky (sp?) and the Prime Minister of Israel. Video continued from V154. 2/4/87
V156 U 60 44th annual convention. Fellowship Luncheon in the afternoon at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Dr. Johnson (sp?), La Barbara Whitehead, and Natalie Green. Speakers included Bishop Benja, Clay Evans, Lou Ray Bonds, Smallwood Williams, Morgan Hodges, and Anthony Evans. Video stops during Evan's speech; continued on V157. 2/4/87
V157 U 58 44th annual convention. Fellowship Luncheon in the afternoon at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Anthony Evans and Clay Evans. Video begins during Evan's speech; continued from V156. 2/4/87
V158 U 62 44th annual convention. 44th Anniversary Banquet in the evening at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Carmen. Speakers included Jerry Rose, Nadine Winter (sp?), Paul Gold (sp?), Ted Baehr, Jerry Falwell, and Arthur L. Williams. Video stops during Carmen's singing; continued on V159. 2/4/87
V159 U 62 44th annual convention. 44th Anniversary Banquet in the evening at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Carmen. Speakers included Robert Cook, Ben Armstrong, and Bill Bright. Hall of Fame Award to Thomas Zimmerman. Video begins with Carmen singing; continued from V151. Video stops during Bright's speech; continued on V160. 2/4/87
V160 U 55 44th annual convention. 44th Anniversary Banquet in the evening at Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by John Starks (sp?). Speakers included Bill Bright, Jimmy Swaggert, Robert Cook, Paul Gold (sp?), and Gaby Rosenberg. 2/4/87
V161 U 62 45th annual convention. Opening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Buddy Greene. Speakers included Robert Cook, Sam Moore (sp?), Max McLain (sp?), Robert Rees, and Jack Tourney (sp?). Video stops after the Inter-Collegiate Religious Broadcaster Awards; continued on V162. 1/30/88
V162 U 62 45th annual convention. Opening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Glen Draper Singers (sp?). Speakers included Tim Robertson and Pat Robertson. Video begins with Inter-Collegiate Broadcasters Awards; continued from V161. Video stops during Robertson's speech; continued on V163. 1/30/88
V163 U 39 45th annual convention. Opening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included Pat Robertson and Carl Richardson. Video begins during Robertson's speech; continued from V162. 1/30/88
V164 U 58 45th annual convention. Morning Worship Service at 10:30 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Wendall Barrinck (sp?), Paul Mickelson (sp?), Don Wyrtzen, Back to the Bible Quartet, and Jim Murrey (sp?). Speakers included Alex Leonovich and Sam (sp?). Video stops at congregational singing; continued on V165. 1/31/88
V165 U 55 45th annual convention. Morning Worship Service at 10:30 am, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Wendall Barrinck (sp?). Speakers included Jack Hayford (main speaker), Richard Mason, and Sam (sp?). Video starts with congregational singing; continued from V164. 1/31/88
V166 U 62 45th annual convention. Black Broadcasters Concert at 2:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music and speakers included Tomilsena (sp?) Chandler, Bible Way Temple Radio Choir, Annie Hightower (sp?), St. John's Church Choir, and Bishop Samuel Green. Video stops during Green's singing; continued on V167. 1/31/88
V167 U 62 45th annual convention. Black Broadcaster's Concert at 2:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music and speakers included Bishop Samuel Green, Jubilee Majestic Choir/ The Majestic, Debbie McKlinden (sp?), The Washington State Choir, Walter R. Tees (sp?), and The Greater Mt. Calvary Choir. Video begins during Green's talking; continued from V159. Video stops during the last choir piece; continued on V168. 1/31/88
V168 U 53 45th annual convention. Black Broadcaster's Concert at 2:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music and speakers included The Greater Mt. Calvary Choir, Natalie (sp?) Green, the New Community Church of God in Christ Choir, the New Bethel Church of God in Christ Choir, and the Holy Temple Church of Christ Choir. Video begins during The Greater Mt. Calvary Choir's singing; continued from V167. 1/31/88
V169 U 58 45th annual convention. Keynote Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Christine Wyrtzen. Speakers included David Breese (sp?), Jerry Falwell, Vice President George Bush, E. Brandt Gustavson, and David Clark. Video stops with Wyrtzen; continued on V170. 1/31/88
V170 U 62 45th annual convention. Keynote Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Christine Wyrtzen. Speakers included E. Brandt Gustavson, Bob Hawkins, Whitney Phipps, and Robert A. Cook. Video begins with Wyrtzen; continued from V162. Video stops during Cook's speech. 1/31/88
V171 U 35 45th annual convention. Presidential Plenary Session at 1:30 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Debbie McKlinden (sp?) and Phil Driscoll (sp?). Speakers included Jerry Ballard (sp?) and Dr. Olgilvie. Video begins with McKlinden (sp?) singing. 2/1/88
V172 U 62 45th annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Glad. Speakers included Kent Hughes (sp?), Wendall Borrink (sp?), and Wendall Holly (sp?). Robert A. Cook presents awards to Stewart Jefferson from Salem Communications, Robert Cook, George Sweeting, James Dobson from Focus on the Family, Forrest Boyd (sp?) from IMS, Lloyd Olgilvie from Let God Love You Ministry, Don Nelson, and others. Video stops during the awards; continued on V173. 2/1/88
V173 U 62 45th annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Felicia Coleman Evans (sp?). Speakers included Robert A. Cook, B. Sam Hart, Wendall Borrink (sp?), Clay Evans, and E. V. Hill. Video begins during awards; continued from V172. Video stops during Hill's speech; continued on V174. 2/1/88
V174 U 36 45th annual convention. Evening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Wendall Borrink (sp?). Speakers included E. V. Hill and Jose Reas (sp?). Video begins during Hill's speech; continued from V173. 2/1/88
V175 U 62 45th annual convention. Congressional Breakfast. Introductions by Tim Robertson and James G. Buick, music by George Beverly Shea and others, speech by Billy Graham. 2/2/88
V176 U 55 45th annual convention. Congressional Breakfast. Continuation of V168. Conclusion of Graham's talk. Speech by Jack Kemp. Awards given to Fred Dienert, and George Wilson for outstanding achievement in Christian broadcasting (including comments on their work with Billy Graham) and to Jerry Falwell for his humanitarian work with the poor and needy. Benediction by James Ford. 2/2/88
V177 U 60 45th annual convention. FCC Luncheon. Introductions by Jerry Rose. Comments by Bruce Dunn and Bob Ball. Most of the tape is of people eating lunch. 2/2/88
V178 U 60 45th annual convention. FCC Luncheon. Continuation of V177. Music. Comments by Jerry Rose and Richard Wiley. Speech by Dennis Patrick, Chairman of the FCC. Evangelistic presentation by D. James Kennedy. 2/2/88
V179 U 15 45th annual convention. FCC Luncheon. Continuation of V178. Conclusion of Kennedy's sermon. Prayer by Clay Evans. 2/2/88
V180 U 62 7th National Prayer Breakfast to "Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem" held in conjunction with the 45th annual NRB convention. Introductions by E. E. McAteer, opening prayer by John Beckett, Pledge of Allegiance, singing of the Star Spangled Banner, much of the tape shows people eating lunch, comments by McAteer on American support for Israel, comments by Ben Armstrong and Charles Mims. 2/3/88
V181 U 62 7th National Prayer Breakfast to "Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem" held in conjunction with the 45th annual NRB convention. Conclusion of V180. Comments by Benda Jos, Don Howard, Gary Bauer, Bob Dole, George W. Bush, keynote address by Charles Stanley, response by Israeli ambassador Moshe Arad. Tape concludes after Arad's comments, but before the end of breakfast 2/3/88
V182 U 62 45th annual convention. Anniversary Banquet. Robert Cook served as master of ceremonies. Paul Freed gave the opening prayer. There were comments by John Van Diest, a reading of resolutions by B. Sam Hart, installation of new officers by Bill Bright, awards presented to retiring officers by Ben Armstrong, Paul Crouch received the Facility of the Year Award, Charles Stanley received the Hall of fame Award, Michael Wormuth (sp?) Of the Justice Department talked about the administration's opposition of the Civil Rights restoration Act. 2/3/88
V183 U 58 45th annual convention. Anniversary Banquet. Conclusion of V182. A program of several musical selections 2/3/88
V184 U 5 Program to be shown in conjunction with giving Thomas F. Zimmerman the first Broadcast Pioneer of the Year award at the annual meeting. The video tells about his accomplishments in radio ministry with the Assemblies Of God and his work for the NRB. 1/89
V185 vhs 47th annual convention. Opening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Music by Don Wyrtzen, Paul (sp?), Gary McSpadder, Sheila Walsh, Larnelle Harris, and the Redeeming Love Christian Center Praisers. Speakers included Jerry Rose, David Clark, and F. G. Baldwin (sp?). Special video tribute and presentation for Ben Armstrong. Video stops before Robertson's introduction; continued on V186. 1/27/90
V186 vhs 47th annual convention. Opening Plenary Session at 7 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Speakers included David Clark and Pat Robertson. Video begins with introduction to Robertson; continued from V185. 1/27/90
V187 vhs 47th annual convention. Black Gospel Concert at 2 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Program included Take 6, Mom & Pop Winans, Billy & Sarah Gaines, Gary McSpadden, The Faith for Living TV Choir, Commemorative Choir, Clinton Utterback & The Praisers, Evangel Temple Musical Ensemble, WWRL Chorale, The Smallwood E. Williams Chorale & The New Community Radio Mass Choir. Continued on V188. 1/28/90
V188 vhs 47th annual convention. Black Gospel Concert at 2 pm, Washington Sheraton, Washington, DC. Program included Take 6, Mom & Pop Winans, Billy & Sarah Gaines, Gary McSpadden, The Faith for Living TV Choir, Commemorative Choir, Clinton Utterback & The Praisers, Evangel Temple Musical Ensemble, WWRL Chorale, The Smallwood E. Williams Chorale & The New Community Radio Mass Choir. Continued from V187. 1/28/90
V189 vhs 102 47th annual convention. Praise and Worship service. Tape includes greetings from Billy Melvin and John White of the National Association of Evangelicals; invocation by George Sweeting, musical numbers by Gary McSpadden and others. Following on the tape is the NRB award ceremony. This included awards for broadcasting achievement Jack Wyrtzen (accepted by Don Wyrtzen), the Bible Study Hour radio program, Ray Hoekstra, Robert Fraiser, Chapel of the Air radio program, Mel Johnson, Thomas Zimmerman, E. Brandt Gustavson, Robert Cook, Focus on the Family radio program, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association television specials (accepted by John Corts), B. Sam Hart, and Alberto Motessi. There was also awards for broadcasting stations and collegiate broadcasters. B. Sam Hart gave the invocation. 1/28/90
V190 vhs 29 47th annual convention. Television Plenary session. Edwin Louis Cole, introduced by Jerry Rose, spoke on "In Ministry, Using Television. 1/29/90
V191 vhs 65 47th annual convention. Presidential Plenary session. Musical numbers by New Song and Phil Driscoll. Comments by Barbara Everett Driscoll, director of the Bureau of the Census, a speech by US President George H. W. Bush, prayer by Robert Cook, the NRB President's report by Jerry Rose, benediction by Jack Hayford. 1/29/90
V192 vhs 121 47th annual convention. Evening Plenary session. Group singing led by Gary McSpadden, a film by New Creations Travel Agency and comments by the agency president, music by Karla Wurley and Greg Buchanan, address by Larry Lea. Due to technical problems, there is only an audio track and stills for Lea's speech. 1/30/90
V193 vhs 109 9th National Prayer Breakfast to "Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem" held in conjunction with the 47th annual NRB convention. E. E. McAteer, master of ceremonies. Comments by Jerry Rose; awards to Ben Armstrong, Ed Meese, Ed McAteer; brief remarks by Al Gore, Bob Dornan, Elwood McQuaid; keynote address by Jack Kemp; response by Israeli ambassador Moshe Arad. 1/31/90
V194 vhs 19 9th National Prayer Breakfast to "Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem" held in conjunction with the 47th annual NRB convention. E. E. McAteer, master of ceremonies. Conclusion of V193. Comments form the El Salvadorian ambassador, benediction. 1/31/90
V195 U 13 A brief documentary of Christian broadcasting in the United States, starting in the early 1920s. Probably prepared to be shown in conjunction with some NRB event, such as an annual convention. Includes brief mentions or excerpts from Paul Rader, WMBI, Sermons in Song, Percy Crawford, Jack Wyrtzen and Songtime, Rex Humbard, Oral Roberts, Fulton J. Sheen, and Pat Robertson. Produced by station WCFC in Chicago. n.d.





CONTAINER LIST
Box Folders Description or First Folder / Last Folder Dates
Series I. Executive Files
A. Benjamin F. Armstrong
1. Chronological
1 12 Daybook / Daybook March 1969-July 1970
2 10 Daybook / Daybook August 1970-December 1972
3 7 Daybook / Daybook January-December 1973
4 7 Daybook / Daybook January 1974-February19 75
5 9 Daybook / Daybook March-November 1975
6 8 Daybook / Daybook December 1975-July 1976
7 8 Daybook / Daybook August 1976-March 1977
8 9 Daybook / Daybook April-December 1977
9 9 Daybook / Daybook January-September 1978
10 6 Daybook / Daybook October 1978-March 1979
11 6 Daybook / Daybook April-September 1979
12 9 Daybook / Daybook October 1979-June 1980
13 12 Daybook / Daybook July 1980-August 1981
14 7 Daybook / Daybook September 1981-March 1982
15 7 Daybook / Daybook April-October 1982
16 7 Daybook / Daybook November 1982-March 1983
17 11 Daybook / Daybook April 1983-February 1984
18 10 Daybook / Daybook March-December 1984
19 13 Daybook / Daybook January 1985-January 1986
20 11 Daybook / Daybook February-December 1986
2. Alphabetical
a. First
21 5 A / Bertermann 1974-1977
22 5 C / Convention 1974-1976
23 8 Convention '75 / J 1973-1976
24 10 K / P 1973-1979
25 9 Q / W 1970-1979
26 3 W / Z 1975-1977
b. Second
26 6 A / Amsterdam Congress 1971-1983
27 5 Dr. Ben Armstrong / B 1979-1984
28 7 B / Bertermann, Eugene 1968-1985
29 6 Bertermann, Eugene / C 1968-1983
30 8 C / Congressional Letters on Prayer, Abortion, Etc. 1976-1986
31 6 Current Issues / E 1977-1983
32 6 E / F 1977-1985
33 6 F / G 1977-1983
34 5 G / General 1974-1984
35 6 General / H 1977-1987
36 4 H / H 1978-1981
37 6 H / I 1971-1984
38 5 Intercollegiate Christian Broadcasters / J 1966-1984
39 7 Jerusalem Conference / L 1973-1984
40 7 L / M 1976-1980
41 5 M / M 1978-1982
42 6 M / O 1975-1984
43 5 O / R 1977-1984
44 6 R / S 1976-1984
45 4 S / S 1978-1980
46 6 S / T 1975-1984
47 7 T / W 1976-1984
48 4 W / W 1978-1982
49 8 W / Dr. Thomas F. Zimmerman 1971-1985
Series II. General Files
50 13 Action Cards / Assignments for Dr. Armstrong 1974-1986
51 14 Dr. Armstrong's Biography / Bicentennial 1929-1986
52 13 Black Media Coalition / Campus Radio 1971-1991
53 15 Campus Radio / The Christian Literature Communications Foundation 1971-1986
54 10 The Christian Literature Communications Foundation / Convention '67 1967-1984
55 6 Convention '69 / Convention '73 1968-1973
56 7 Convention '73 / Convention '75 Bertermann Address 1972-1975
57 12 Convention '75 Workshop Feedback / Convention '77 1975-1977
58 8 Convention '77 / Convention '78 Hotel Reservations 1976-1978
59 9 Convention '78 Miscellaneous / Convention '80 1978-1980
60 8 Convention '80 / Convention '81 1979-1981
61 8 Convention '81 / Convention '82 Program Copies 1980-1982
62 9 Convention '82 Regional / Convention '83 1981-1983
63 11 Convention '83 / Convention '84 1982-1984
64 16 Convention '84 Armstrong / Convention '77-'80, Attendance 1983-1987
65 6 Convention '79-'84; Awards / Convention '80-'81, Programs 1974-1985
66 14 Convention '82-'85, Programs / The Electric Church - Revision 1976-1987
67 14 Employment Registry / Executive Committee 1973-1982
68 7 Executive Committee / Executive Committee 1980-1986
69 9 Executive Director Reports / Federal Communications Commission 1968-1987
70 14 Federal Communications Commission / Foundation for Airborne Relief 1974-1986
71 24 Freedom Digest / George Huber 1947-1984
72 13 Human Resource Network / Israel 1970-1986
73 8 Jesus / Key 73 1971-1986
74 8 Key 73 / Lutheran Hour Study 1969-1984
75 11 Lutheran Hour Study / Membership 1969-1985
76 16 National Religious Broadcasters Membership / National Association of Evangelicals Convention '83 1967-1987
77 12 National Association of Evangelicals Convention '83 / Netherlands 1969-1985
78 8 Netherlands Tourist / National Religious Broadcasters News 1974-1987
79 15 Nominating Committee / Nyack Summer Institute 1969-1987
80 14 Nyack Summer Institute of Communications - Promotion Spots / National Religious Broadcasters Program 1976-1986
81 7 Program Information / Publications 1955-1985
82 17 Publications / Religious-Oriented Stations - Survey 1967-1986
83 7 Religious Radio & Television / Research Materials for Gospel Broadcasting 1963-1984
84 19 Research Proposals / Television-Religious Audience Studio 1953-1986
85 10 Television-Religious Audience Studio / World Association for Christian Communication 1965-1985
86 5 World Association for Christian Communication / World Evangelical Fellowship - Christian Communications Council 1966-1986
87 10 World Evangelical Fellowship - Communications Commission Questionnaires / Year of the Bible 1983 1966-1984
88 2 Year of the Bible 1983 / Zimmerlin, Daniel 1983-1988
Series III. Publications
A. Chronological
88 5 Daybook / Daybook 1980
89 6 Daybook / Daybook 1980
90 5 Daybook / Daybook 1980-1981
91 2 Daybook / Daybook 1981
B. General Correspondence
91 15 Advertising Rates / Hotline 1968-1980
92 17 Hotline / Operation America 1975-1980
93 13 Operation America / White House Correspondence 1948-1980
C. World Evangelical Fellowship
94 7 Agenda - Roughs / Correspondence 1976-1980
95 15 Correspondence / Minutes of Meetings 1974-1983
96 15 Minutes / Strategic World Conference for Evangelical Communicators - Amsterdam, Holland 1972-1980
97 3 Theological Commission / Commission on Women's Concerns 1979-1980
D. Reference
1. Specific Organizations
97 14 ACTION (World Association for Christian Communication newsletter) / Asian Christian Communication Fellowship 1978-1983
98 47 Asia - Com / Eternal Love Winning Africa & Send International Missions 1977-1984
99 15 Eternal Love Winning Africa - "Voice Under Every Palm" / Far East Broadcasting Company (I of II) 1968-1983
100 32 Far East Broadcasting Company (II of II) / Israel 1977-1983
101 20 Israel / Lutheran World Federation 1976-1984
102 12 Lutheran World Federation / Middle East Council of Churches 1978-1983
103 47 Missionary News Service / The Star of Hope; Free Lebanon 1977-1984
104 16 Stichting "de Opdracht" Evangelisch Audio / World Association for Christian Communication 1978-1984
105 11 World Association for Christian Communication & Broadcasting / Yaski-Indonesia 1977-1983
2. Clippings
105 10 Clippings / Clippings 1927-1974
106 6 Clippings / Clippings 1974-1977
107 5 Clippings / Clippings 1977-1978
108 4 Clippings / Clippings 1978-1979
109 4 Clippings / Clippings 1979
110 5 Clippings / Clippings 1979
111 5 Clippings / Clippings 1979-1980
112 4 Clippings / Clippings 1980-1981
113 4 Clippings / Clippings 1981
114 4 Clippings / Clippings 1981
115 4 Clippings / Clippings 1981-1982
116 4 Clippings / Clippings 1982
117 3 Clippings / Clippings 1982
118 6 Clippings / Clippings 1982-1986
119 1 Clippings n.d.
3. Scrapbooks
123 3 BGCA-01 / BGCA-03 1975-1977
124 3 BGCA-04 / BGCA-06 1976-1979
125 2 BGCA-07 / BGCA-08 1979-1980
126 2 BGCA-09 / BGCA-10 1980-1981
127 2 BGCA-11 / BGCA-12 1971-1983
128 3 BGCA-13 / BGCA-15 1981-1982
129 2 BGCA-16 / BGCA-17 1968-1981
130 2 BGCA-18 / BGCA-19 1922-1980
131 2 BGCA-20 / BGCA-21 1982-1983
132 2 BGCA-22 / BGCA-23 1985-1986
133 2 BGCA-24 / BGCA-25 1971-1988
134 1 BGCA-26 1989-1990
IV. Chapter Files
119 10 Caribbean Chapter / Eastern Chapter Convention '74 1967-1987
120 10 Eastern Chapter Convention '75 / Eastern Chapter - Membership Costs 1975-1983
121 6 Midwest Chapter / Southeastern Convention '76-'84 1967-1986
122 11 Southeastern / Regional Correspondence 1967-1988



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