Did you make it to NRB 2013 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center? These photos should bring back some great memories! If you were unable to make it this year, here is a glimpse of what you missed! Look forward to seeing everyone again at NRB 2014. Click here to see and download other photographs from NRB 2013.
Saturday Keynote, Next Generation Evangelist Nick Hall
Saturday General Session, Raul Ries
Sunday Worship Service, Dr. Tony Evans
Sunday Keynote, Veteran News-Talk Programmer Phil Boyce
International Keynote, Nick Vujicic
Keynote Session, Speakers from Twitter, Google, and Facebook
An Evening with Authors & Artists
The Gettys Perform at NRB 2013
Women’s Breakfast, Nichole Nordeman
Lord of All Tour Kicks Off at NRB 2013
John MacArthur Receives NRB Hall of Fame Award
Bill Skelton Honored Posthumously with William Ward Ayer Award
Saturday Keynote, YouVersion Bible App Founder Bobby Gruenewald
Saturday General Session, Pete Briscoe
Sunday Keynote, Author and Scholar Bradley Wright
International Keynote, SAT-7 Founder, CEO Terry Ascott
Awards Dinner, Joni Eareckson Tada
NRB 2013 Public Policy Session on Islam
NRB 2013 Exposition
Actor Diogo Morgado, who portrays Jesus in Mark Burnett and Roma Downey's mini-series The Bible
Night of Entertainment, Michael Jr.
Women’s Breakfast, Jennifer Rothschild
Media Leadership Dinner, BreakPoint’s Eric Metaxas
Mike Huckabee Receives NRB Board of Directors Award
NRB Honors K-LOVE & Air 1 with Billy Graham Award
Published: March 14, 2013
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