About Our Ministries

What we do

Christian TV & Video Outreach

CBN's 700 Club program has been on the air since 1961, bringing a magazine-style mix of news, interviews, testimonies, and insights from Christian leaders, including host and founder Pat Robertson. With the help of our partners, CBN is also sharing the Gospel in 156 countries and territories, in 76 languages.

The Need

  • According to Wycliffe, at least 1.5 billion people do not have the full Bible available in their first language.
  • There are some 458,000 villages in India with no known Christian presence.
  • 543 of Indonesia's 778 people groups do not have even Bible portions available in their primary language.

What We Have Accomplished Together

According to findings from the 2017 Brown and Fraser1 survey of CBN International's recurring programming throughout the world:

  • A projected 376 million individuals viewed at least one episode of CBN’s International programs.
  • Of those viewing an episode, 121 million prayed to receive Jesus.
  • And 47 million joined a church or fellowship.
  • CBN shares the Gospel in 76 languages to 156 countries and territories.
  • In surveyed countries, CBN's largest audiences were in Philippines, Nigeria, and India.

With your generosity, these programs bring hope and relief to those in need, as an expression of God's unfailing love.

Be Part of the Answer

When you give to CBN, you bring love, hope and life to desperately needy children.

CBN is accredited by The Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), a financial standards advocacy group that accredits organizations that comply with its strict financial standards.

1 Brown and Fraser is a research company founded by Regent University professors Drs. William Brown and Benson Fraser. To prepare the 2017 survey, field teams overseen by Brown and Fraser completed 25,102 interviews in 44 cities or regions of 14 countries. Results of these 14-country studies and results from previous CBN international programming studies were then applied to project the probable audience sizes and programming effects in all nations receiving CBN programming.