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Core Christianity Wins New Broadcast Ministry of the Year Award

by Andrew Hess posted April 1, 2020

Members of the Core Christianity radio team attended the National Religious Broadcaster’s Conference held at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee in February 2020.

The radio program was honored to receive the Bott Radio Network’s “New Broadcast Ministry of the Year”award. The Core Christianity radio program first launched in September 2018 with Co-hosts Professor Michael Horton and Pastor Adriel Sanchez. In November 2019, the program began airing on the Bott Radio Network Monday through Friday at 1:30 pm CT.

Core Christianity President Mark Green and Pastor Sanchez accepted the award from Bott President Rich Bott. Green said, “We are thrilled to be partnering with the Bott Radio Network to get the Gospel out. Their partnership has been a wonderful addition to the Core Christianity family.”

The award says, “For embracing the creative power of radio with faithful, Biblical answers, to connect with hearts of listeners to the power of God’s word (1 Peter 3:15).”

“I am privileged to be a part of a team that works so hard to produce cross-centered Bible teaching, and it was an honor to be recognized by the Bott Radio Network for all our labors. What a joy it is to see the word go forth and change lives!”said Pastor Sanchez.

Listen to today’s program here or find a local station airing Core Christianity.

Those interested in adding Core Christianity to their radio station’s lineup should contact Charley Mefford at cmefferd@ambassadoradvertising.com.

Watch Adriel Sanchez and Mark Green accept the award here:

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Andrew Hess

Andrew Hess is a Sr. Strategic Content Lead at Compassion International. He formerly served as the director of content at Sola Media and editor of corechristianity.com. He formerly served as the editor of churchleaders.com. His writing has also been featured on The Gospel Coalition and byFaith Magazine. He lives in Colorado Springs with his wife Jen and their young son.

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