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2013 SIE Registration Now Open!

Summer Innovation Exchange logoRegistration for the 2013 NRB Summer Innovation Exchange is now open!

In less than two months, you'll have the unique opportunity to sit down with your peers, pose your knotty questions, and seek God’s direction for your organization.

“SIE provides Christian media professionals with an opportunity to tap NRB’s most valuable asset: its Members,” shares Melissa Sturgis, NRB’s Director of Membership. “Attendees meet in peer groups, discuss triumphs and troubles, and walk away with proven strategies to move their ministries forward.”  

“Ultimately, SIE is a true birthplace of innovation, allowing attendees to share real solutions in real time,” she adds.

This year, the SIE will be hosted by Hope for the Heart Ministries in Plano, TX, on August 6-7. Along with valuable time with others in your area of work, you will hear from Hope for the Heart's Founder, CEO, and CSO, June Hunt, one of the world’s leading biblical counselors.

SIE participants will also have the opportunity to see first-hand Hope for the Heart’s extraordinary facility, the Hope Center, and hear from Kerby Anderson, President of Probe Ministries International, who will share some vital insights and strategies for millennial engagement.

A brisket BBQ at Southfork Ranch will furthermore add some true Texas flavor to this year's SIE. For those interested, we are also providing complimentary tours of Southfork, where Dallas - one of the longest running series in television history - was filmed.

For more details, visit nrb.org/events/innovation-exchange or contact Melissa Sturgis at msturgis@nrb.org.

Register now as space is limited!

Published: June 20, 2013

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