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Hope for the Heart to Host 2013 NRB Summer Innovation Exchange

Summer Innovation Exchange logoThe 2013 NRB Summer Innovation Exchange (SIE) is coming up! And registration will be open to all starting next week!

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. 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 June Hunt, Founder, CEO, and CSO of Hope for the Heart. One of the world’s leading biblical counselors, Hunt founded Hope for the Heart in 1986. Today, the ministry offers biblical hope and practical help – through biblical counsel, coaching, and context for contemporary concerns – in more than 60 countries on six continents.

SIE participants will also have the opportunity to see first-hand Hope for the Heart’s extraordinary facility.

“We are excited that this year’s Summer Innovation Exchange will be hosted by Hope for the Heart. And, we are delighted that June will address the group,” commented Melissa Sturgis, NRB’s Director of Membership.

So put the Summer Innovation Exchange on your calendar, and look for more information on registration next week at nrb.org/events/innovation-exchange!

For more details, contact Melissa Sturgis at msturgis@nrb.org.

Published: June 13, 2013

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