Mitch Accepts Wilbur Award

Apr 20, 2010 | News | 0 comments

Given by the Religion Communicators Council, the Wilbur Award recognize excellence in the communication of religious issues, values and themes in secular media, have been presented annually since 1949.

The competition is judged by media professionals in a jury process, under the supervision of local RCC chapters across the country. Basic criteria include content, creativity, execution and results, but the ultimate criteria is excellence in the communication of religious values.

Watch Mitch’s acceptance video below:


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