CBN Ministries

What we do

Christian TV & Video Outreach

CBN’s 700 Club program has been on the air for more than 60 years, sharing inspiring stories and insightful news analysis and welcoming compelling guests, including insights from Christian leaders. With the help of our partners, CBN is also sharing the Gospel in 165 countries and territories, in 86 languages and dialects including Club 700 Hoy, a program for Hispanics in America.1

The Need

  • The mission of CBN is to prepare the world for the coming of Christ. This involves taking the Gospel to all nations.
  • According to the Alliance of the Unreached, one third of the world’s population has no access to the Gospel.
  • According to Wycliff Bible translators 220 million people, speaking 1,892 languages, still need translation work so they can have the Bible in the language they understand.
  • According to The Joshua Project, the four largest Least-Reached people groups are the Shaikh of Bangladesh, Japanese of Japan, the Shaikh of India, and Turks living in Turkey.

What We Have Accomplished Together

According to findings from the 2022 Brown and Fraser1 survey of CBN International's recurring programming throughout the world:

  • CBN shares the Gospel in 45 languages and dialects to 165 countries and territories.1
  • Ek Nayee Zindagi is celebrating 17 years of broadcast in India. A 45-minute livestream on the CBN India YouTube channel marked the occasion with viewers invited to tune in. The program is broadcast on three TV channels in Hindi and Tamil and launched in Telugu in October.
  • The Senegal government recognized CBN Senegal by granting us the "Accord de Siege". This recognition gives CBN a favored status among non-profit organizations and exempts us from many local taxes including taxes on importation of equipment and vehicles.
  • CBN Thailand has launched a live weekly show, The Way, aimed at engaging 25-45 year olds in the workplace. The show introduces Christian values using both sitcom styles and short videos based on true stories.
  • Ivory Coast’s government TV network RTI resumed broadcasting Le Club 700, CBN’s flagship French-language ministry program, for the first time since 2011.

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

As a CBN partner your gift helps broadcast the Gospel, provide life-giving water, feed the hungry, heal the sick and more. Each gift changes lives here in America and around the world.

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.

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