KCBI/Dallas honored two ministry partners at its annual Ministry Impact Reception Feb. 28 at the National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Nashville. The 2018 recipients of the KCBI Ministry Impact Awards are Dr. Robert Jeffress, host of Pathway to Victory, and Dr. David Jeremiah, host of Turning Point Ministries. Dr. Robert Jeffress’ Pathway to Victory has had immeasurable impact on the lives of listeners since it debuted on KCBI in 2007. “Thank you so much for this incredible honor,” said Dr. Jeffress. “KCBI is a valuable partner in ministry, reaching hundreds of thousands with the gospel in Dallas/Fort Worth through its teaching broadcasts. We hear from listeners all the time how KCBI and Pathway to Victory are instrumental in helping them grow stronger in their walk with Christ. Thank you again for this honor and for your ministry.”
KCBI and Turning Point Ministries, featuring Dr. David Jeremiah, are celebrating 20 years of ministry partnership. Turning Point began airing on KCBI in 1998. “I am so honored to be associated with KCBI in Dallas,” said Dr. Jeremiah. “It is really one of the finest Christian stations in the nation. To be singled out for this special recognition is something I will cherish as a highlight of my broadcasting career.”
KCBI GM/VP Matt Austin, said the ministry partnerships with Dr. Jeffress and Pathway to Victory and Dr. Jeremiah’s Turning Point represent the “Words of Hope” tagline. “KCBI is proud to have two of the most effective teaching communicators in our daily lineup in Dr. Jeffress and Dr. Jeremiah,” said Austin. “I am delighted to be able to honor such worthy pastors for using their vast platforms to reach not only our listeners in North Texas, but around the world, with the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ.”
Pictured below top: KCBI General Manager Matt Austin presents the 2018 Ministry Impact Award to Nate Curtis of Pathway to Victory.
Pictured below bottom: KCBI General Manager Matt Austin presents the 2018 Ministry Impact Award to Dr. David Jeremiah, Host of Turning Point.