Reality TV isn't all about American idols and island castaways. The NRB Network is rolling out a new Christian reality TV show as part of its winter lineup.
Starting tonight, the NRB will begin airing new Christ-centered shows across a variety of genres, including devotional, talk, fitness and its own take on reality TV on DirecTV, SkyAngel and live on NRBNetwork.tv.
"We've added a number of quality programs this season we think our viewers will appreciate," says NRB Network President and COO Troy Miller. "It's important to us to introduce new content regularly that ministers to our viewers and meets their educational and entertainment needs."
The reality series is called "FamTeam." It features the Arndt Family's parents Rick and Cathy, 13 sons and one daughter. The Arndt siblings range in age from seven to 30 years old, setting the stage for episodes that offer both laughter and life lessons. Viewers can also watch reflections from the patriarch of the family, Rick Arndt, in his own series called "Safe at Home."
Also coming to NRB Network on Monday is a series entitled Leon. Hosted by Miracle Channel CEO, Leon Fontaine, the half-hour program features interviews and biblical teaching from respected Christian leaders around the globe.
Early risers will awaken to two new morning devotional programs. "Bethlehem Glory," a daily show with Pat Huber, takes viewers on a verse-by-verse journey through God's Word. In his show, "Time of Grace," Pastor Mark Jeske shares real hope for those searching for fulfillment.
Returning to NRB Network for the New Year is the popular fitness program, "Faithful Workouts.' Host Michelle Spadafora helps viewers keep both their bodies and their faith in great shape with heart-pounding exercises to contemporary Christian music.
Do you think there's room on TV for a Christian-themed reality TV series?
To contact us or to submit an article, click here.
Get Charisma's best content delivered right to your inbox! Never miss a big news story again. Click here to subscribe to the Charisma News newsletter.