Mid-week at the NRB International Christian Media Convention, attendees set aside time to pause and hear the word of God together in a spirit of fellowship during Wednesday evening’s worship service.
The Wednesday night worship service at NRB Convention offers a unique opportunity for event-goers to break from their busy schedules and experience the power of community and connection with like-minded believers. Amidst the excitement of a global media conference, this gathering serves as a reminder that NRB is defined as a community of faith.
Musical group Far-Flung Tin Can opened the evening in song, setting the stage for a night of prayer, music, and reflection. Dr. Mike Fabarez, senior pastor of Compass Bible Church and host of Focal Point Ministries, took to the stage to deliver a powerful word of encouragement.
All of the “bad” in this world cannot cancel out the good that’s coming, Dr. Fabarez shared.
“We ought to let that overpower our aches and pains, we ought to restrain our lips from complaining, we ought to do all things without grumbling and complaining,” Fabarez said. “The only way that I know to do that is to keep my hope fixed on where we’re going when this plane lands.”
An offering was collected during the service to support Radio Shema, FM 98.0 in Ankara, Turkey, which has been faithfully serving earthquake victims and is a longstanding member of the NRB community through its parent organization, Shema Media Group.
The NRB Convention, the world’s largest gathering of Christian communicators, is the premier venue for those in media, ministry, policy, and more to gather, grow, and connect with one mission: advancing the Gospel. Learn more about the NRB Convention by clicking here.