Times, they are a-changing. The internet and a constant onslaught of new technologies has completely changed the way people communicate with each other and the way they broadcast their message(s) to a larger audience.
It stands to reason, then, that if Christian groups, organizations, businesses and ministries are committed to expanding their platform and reach to spread the Gospel to as many individuals as possible, a crash course in media training is probably necessary.
And that's where the National Religious Broadcasters Convention and Exposition, attended annually by thousands of Christian media and ministry professionals, comes in.
Pegged as "four jam-packed days of inspiration, education and innovation," the NRB conference is an all-in smorgasbord of breakout sessions and roundtables, covering everything from posting your very first message on Facebook to implementing effective visual tools to enhance your ministry. Speakers include Bobby Gruenewald, a pastor at LifeChurch.tv and founder of the YouVersion Bible app, and Claire Diaz-Ortiz, leader of social innovation at Twitter and author of Twitter for Good.
NRB 2013 will be held at The Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, from March 2-5. The event is one of the largest in the industry and is critical for rallying believers to do the best Kingdom work.
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