Mission Network News

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Mission Network News
Broadcast Ministry of Cornerstone University
Industry Media
Headquarters 1159 East Beltline Ave NE Grand Rapids, MI 49525, Grand Rapids, United States
Area served
Specific services for USA and rest of world
Key people
Greg Yoder (Executive Director)
Ruth Kramer (Producer)[1]
Products news and information
Services Radio broadcasts, internet news service
Revenue Donations and advertising
Owner Cornerstone University
Number of employees
[5 people]
Website www.mnnonline.org

Mission Network News (MNN) is the broadcast ministry of Cornerstone University that reports on the work on mission agencies and relief organizations around the world.

Mission Network News was started in 1991 by World Concern, a ministry of Christa Ministries. The radio network started on the air on more than 200 Christian radio stations primarily in the United States. Hosted by Peter Brooks, MNN grew to more than 750 radio outlets around the world. It was produced by The Raymond Group or TRG until 1995 when Cornerstone University acquired the broadcast ministry.

According to the,[2] "Mission Network News is a mission news service dedicated to keeping Christians informed on evangelical mission activity around the world. In doing so we hope to educate and motivate Christians to prayer, participation, and support of missionary work to help further the Great Commission."

When Cornerstone acquired Mission Network News in 1995, Cornerstone University hired AP Award-winning journalist Greg Yoder to serve as the executive director. has served as the anchor and executive director since 1995. Since 1997, Ruth Bliss (since 2007, Ruth Kramer) has served as the producer. MNN reports news and information you'd typically hear on international news networks, however each story focuses on how those stories impact Christian work around the world. People from all over the world can also listen to MNN online at the website. MNN is also translated into Spanish. The goal of MNN is to encourage Christians to get out of the pew and do something for God. MNN not only provides news and information on the radio and interview, but also produces a monthly bulletin insert for church in the United States.

Today, MNN is heard on over 1,100 radio stations in 31 different countries – plus via shortwave to Europe, Africa, the Americas and the South Pacific – and on the Internet, providing daily updates on evangelical mission activity around the globe.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Staff. The MNN Website, retrieved December 13, 2011
  2. ^ Mission Network News website

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