Teresa Artis | TWR
Digital Media Con is a three-day online conference focusing exclusively on digital media and marketing for Christian communicators.
The event is produced by the Evangelical Press Association (EPA) with the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) as the co-presenting organization. An additional seven Christian media associations are participating partners.
A virtual conference platform will provide a single login space where registered attendees can conveniently access live and recorded sessions, set an agenda, interact through networking with community discussion boards and meetups, and browse the virtual exhibit floor. The platform will provide access to all sessions for sixty days after the conference concludes.
Tuesday Opening Session
October 27, 12:00 p.m. ET
Filmmaker, writer, media consultant, and founder of Cooke Media Group, Phil Cooke has produced media programming in more than 60 countries around the world. He’s created and produced many of the most influential and successful Christian and inspirational TV programs in history, and his new book, “Maximize Your Influence,” is changing the way church and ministry leaders engage today’s digital culture with the gospel.
Wednesday Opening Session
October 28, 12:00 p.m. ET
Nona Jones is a rare combination of preacher, author, business executive, entrepreneur, media personality and worship leader. In her day job she serves as the Head of Global Faith-Based Partnerships at Facebook where she leads the company’s work with faith-based organizations around the world. She is also CEO of eChurch Partners. Her memoir, “Success from the Inside Out,” was published by Zondervan Publishers in early 2020.
Thursday Opening Session
October 29, 12:00 p.m. ET
Dr. Jim Denison is a co-founder and the CVO of Denison Forum. Prior to launching Denison Forum in 2009, he pastored churches in Texas and Georgia. He is a widely sought speaker, podcaster and subject-matter expert on radio about cultural issues from a biblical perspective. Through The Daily Article, his email newsletter and podcast globally that reach 270,000+ subscribers, Dr. Denison’s social media following has a reach of 1.8 million, with over 400,000 Facebook followers.
12:00 pm (ET) - 12:45 pm (ET)
Everything you know about ministry has changed. As a ministry leader or professional communicator in today’s media-driven digital culture, your greatest challenge is getting your voice and message heard. No matter how important your talent or calling, if nobody’s listening, then you’ve failed. The digital revolution has changed everything about the way we communicate the gospel, and in this session, Phil Cooke will share the most important principles for how to break through and get your message heard.
1:00 PM (ET) - 1:55 PM (ET)
You put a lot of effort into making sure your reporting is fair, true and accurate. But your audiences are under barrage from a firehose of social media, right-wing, left-wing, dark web, conspiracy groups and it is time for you to spend some energy teaching “media literacy.” In short, this session provides a framework for you to plan a way to make your audience(s) savvy media consumers.
Imagine your work being used by Sunday Schools and Wednesday night classes with special attention on Seniors and younger consumers of social media how to separate truth from rumor, how to ask questions about studies, polls and whether images have been altered.
2:30 PM (ET) - 3:30 PM (ET)
Do you have a Facebook business page, but you’re not getting the results you want to promote your business? Learn proven techniques and streamlined strategies that deliver results. Topics include:
• Static and dynamic content strategies
• Building your audience
• Video marketing
• Facebook advertising
• Leveraging Facebook groups alongside your business page
Walk away with ideas you can use right away!
4:00 PM (ET) - 5:00 PM (ET)
Do you know how to cater your message to mobile devices? Here are eight things you need to know to stay current.
12:00 PM (ET) - 12:45 PM (ET)
Digital discipleship principles will be presented for building an online community with practical instruction on how to do it no matter how big or small your organization may be.
1:00 PM (ET) - 1:55 PM (ET)
Hear the history and results metrics of how Global Outreach Mission used digital technology to reach more than two billion worldwide with the Gospel. GMO’s Chief Marketing Officer, Randy Valentine, will be interviewed by veteran journalist Steve Rabey.
2:30 PM (Et) - 3:30 PM (ET)
Even in uncertain times, your audience maintains their email inboxes with a keen eye. The first permission-based digital marketing channel, email remains the highest driver of ROI. It’s one of the earliest touchpoints to introduce your brand and content to your audience. The accessibility, reliability, and cost-effectiveness of email remains constant.
But using email to market and communicate during times of crisis can be tricky. It takes data-driven decisions as well as a thoughtful touch to create email that moves your audience closer to important moments. To help you navigate this uncertain email landscape, Sabatier will share tried-and-true tips and insight to guide you. This session will cover:
• How Covid-19 has impacted email
• Setting goals and measures
• Building trust with your audience
• Designing email for maximum impact
• Delivering meaningful content
• Integrating with your audience customer experience
If you’re just getting started with email — or if you’re looking to improve what you’ve already built — this session will help you create email that resonates with your audience and proves its own value.
4:00 PM (ET) - 5:00 PM (ET)
All would-be podcasters need in 2020 is a microphone, a recorder, and a cool logo, right? Right…and wrong. Christianity Today’s Morgan Lee has hosted and produced three podcasts, including the publication’s longest-running and most-popular show Quick to Listen. In this session she will walk you through what you need to know to make compelling audio in a world where seemingly everyone has a podcast.
12:00 PM (ET) - 12:45 PM (ET)
Writers and communicators are experiencing an unprecedented advance in technological opportunity. You can reach more people and do it more efficiently than ever before. How do you balance the opportunities before us with the ethical challenges they present? In this address, we will examine issues made possible by digital technology such as manipulating research data and images, aggregating unverified content, falsifying or fabricating research, and violating the privacy of readers through cookies and even more invasive means. We’ll identify a path to defining our unchanging values and applying them to the ever-changing outcomes of our day. And we’ll embrace the fact that we are alive and working in these days of historic challenges and opportunities by the plan and providence of God.
1:00 PM (ET) - 1:55 PM (ET)
The social media platforms are very good at getting publishers to work for them. We provide great content, highly engaged readers and spirited online conversations. But what has social media done for you lately? What “job” does social media perform for your publication? In this workshop, we’ll review the major (and emerging) social media platforms, who is on each platform, and how publishers can leverage social media to find readers, subscribers and donors. We’ll also talk about the key metrics to monitor and how to make sure the time and resources your organization is sinking into social are really helping you advance your mission.
2:30PM (ET) - 3:30 PM (ET)
It is clear that every publication and every organization needs a professional website. But what is not always clear is what the publication wants the website to accomplish. Websites can be so much more than an online brochure or newsletter. Clearly defining the desired results is the first step in establishing the right web strategy. These objectives should then inform every aspect of a publication’s website and online presence. Sadly, this is often not the case. In this practical workshop, we will discuss the most common objectives your publication or organization may want to achieve online and provide practical solutions to move your online strategy from chaos to clarity.
4:00 PM (ET) - 5:00 PM (ET)
Journey Group’s Jeremy Cherry and Zack Bryant will share lessons learned working shoulder-to-shoulder serving organizations large and small. They’ll talk process, tools, and best practices for those who design for screens, and show a few favorite examples of where they hope the web is headed.
ON DEMAND -
At least 70 non-profit Christian websites have lost an average of 44.8% of their organic traffic coming from Google via SEO since June 2019. Google has become the arbiter of facts and truth leading to clear viewpoint discrimination against political conservatives and conservative Christian values/worldview. The Gospel is being suppressed online like never before. Additionally, certain worldview search terms that have regularly been used by conservative Christian websites to share their beliefs and the gospel are being replaced with liberal websites leading to behavioral modification of those people that use Google. The information you will learn was requested by Senator Josh Hawley in writing. You will get that report plus take away actionable tactics of what you can do technologically to combat this sinister agenda today and into the future.
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Social media and integrated marketing communications have changed, and communicators are faced with the challenge to create a modern, unified, and seamless communications experience. Communicators need to understand key social media and integrated marketing concepts if they are going to thrive in this current marketplace. Learn how to master the current social media landscape. Learn how to bridge the virtual world with the physical world using the strengths of each social media channel. Learn proven strategies how to establish and achieve short-term and long-term goals. Learn how to become a growth hacker by cutting through the distractions and learning to focus on the marketing strategies that are going to bring the most effective and lasting growth for your organization.
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In part 2 of this two-part series, we will cover the four parts of a digital funnel:
1. Attract – Top of Funnel Strategies
2. Engage – Middle of Funnel Strategies
3. Acquire – Bottom of Funnel Strategies
4. Retain – Post-Funnel Strategies
Learn proven strategies how to establish and achieve short-term and long-term goals. Learn how to become a growth hacker by cutting through the distractions and learning to focus on the marketing strategies that are going to bring the most effective and lasting growth for your organization.
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Walt Disney Studios has undergone massive change that has gotten incredible results: live action remakes of beloved animated classics, acquisitions of Marvel, Star Wars, and 21st Century Fox, and the disruption of the streaming content industry with the launch of Disney+ (which eclipsed 50 million users after just 4 months). In this talk, you will learn how to apply Disney’s “innovate or die” approach to your content marketing strategy. After this session, attendees will be able to:
• Overcome your content limitations
• Replicate the Disney approach to content
• Respond to industry disruption and pivot to get optimal results
• Discover your strongest content pillars
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You have a website, but what kinds of content are you creating? How are you promoting that content? Is it connecting with your audience?
• Identify what makes your Web content shareable
• Recognize why your audience shares your content
• Apply our best practices from Cru and other ministry websites
• Implement ideas for promoting your content via social media, even with limited resources. (Bonus: Learn about two great Cru resources!)
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You’ve built your website. You’ve planned and executed a huge launch. Everyone is buzzing with excitement… and a month later you realize it’s not remotely what your users need. Learn how to avoid building a website that merely serves your organization, and how to discover the digital portfolio that will engage your users day after day.
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The COVID-19 shutdown has created an even greater need than usual for nonprofits to build their donor base. In this session, we will discuss digital strategies for fundraising. We’ll talk about donor touchpoints and share industry highlights and success stories, while looking ahead to year-end planning.
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Understanding and using data properly is what tells you if your marketing campaigns are successful, your email series is optimized and if your donation strategies are working. This session starts with a presentation on how Notion Digital has used data to create a large audience and a marketing machine. Tips will also be shared on how any organization can easily start improving how they use data. The conversation then picks up with other industry experts joining in on the conversation in a panel. They will be sharing their thoughts on how organizations are missing the mark on data, what’s working best for them and what changes they foresee coming to how data is used in the future with changes in practices and laws.
There are fifteen sessions featuring ministry and industry leaders, individuals who have risen to the top of their professions and are widely respected for their skills and knowledge. This is where you will be challenged, trained, and equipped to take your skills to a higher level.
A media attorney for 30 years, Teresa has provided legal and strategic counsel to local, national and global media companies. Shas worked for multiple cable networks at Turner Broadcasting in Atlanta, Georgia, major TV network affiliates in Raleigh and Charlotte, North Carolina as well as radio stations and national websites. Since 2013, she has supported global missions through her work at Trans World Radio (TWR) based in Cary, North Carolina where she serves as the Intellectual Property and Contracts Attorney. Founded in 1954, TWR distributes Christian and educational content in over 275 languages to people in over 190 countries via broadcast, satellite, web and mobile platforms.
A passionate teacher and facilitator, for eight years Teresa taught an online graduate course on Biblical Peacemaking for Spring Arbor University in Michigan. She also facilitated reconciliation workshops at churches in North Carolina and taught a peacemaking seminar at Pan Africa Christian University in Nairobi, Kenya. Finally, she is an adjunct professor at local law schools in contracts, nonprofit organizations and media law.
Teresa Artis | TWR
Zack Bryant leads Journey Group’s strategic practice and serves as a studio director—crafting digital projects that are goal driven and service-oriented. He’s dogged about carving the right path from intention to outcome, pursuing interactions that give way to meaningful experiences.
Zack Bryant | Journey Group
Jeremy Cherry is relentlessly optimistic about the power of design to make the world a better place. After cutting his teeth in the agency world, he brought his easy smile and contagious positivity to Journey Group, a print and digital design studio, where he leads the interface design practice. Jeremy lives by the words “a better way is possible” and brings a wide range of skills and clear vision to every assignment.
Jeremy Cherry | Journey Group
Filmmaker, writer, media consultant, and founder of Cooke Media Group, Phil Cooke has produced media programming in more than 60 countries around the world. He’s created and produced many of the most influential and successful Christian and inspirational TV programs in history, and his book “Unique: Telling Your Story in the Age of Brands and Social Media” is changing the way church and ministry leaders engage today’s culture with the gospel. Co-written with Jonathan Bock, “The Way Back: How Christians Blew Our Credibility and How We Win it Back” takes a hard look at why today—particularly in the media—Christians are dismissed as irrelevant. His new book is “Maximize Your Influence: How to Make Digital Media Work for Your Church, Your Ministry, and You.” It’s the ultimate reference book for pastors and Christian leaders in today’s digital age.
He’s been called “one of the most innovative communicators of our generation.” In addition to writing his popular blog at philcooke.com, he also blogs for The Huffington Post, and has been a contributor to Fast Company, Forbes.com, Wired.com, and FoxNews.com and is a visiting professor at Oral Roberts University.
Phil Cooke | Cooke Media Group
Dr. Jim Denison is a co-founder and the CVO of Denison Forum. Prior to launching Denison Forum in 2009, he pastored churches in Texas and Georgia. He is a widely sought speaker, podcaster and subject-matter expert on radio about cultural issues from a biblical perspective. He has been a frequent guest on Equipped with Chris Brooks (Moody Radio) and the nationally syndicated Point of View with Kerby Anderson (360+ radio stations).
Through The Daily Article, his email newsletter and podcast globally that reach 270,000+ subscribers, Dr. Denison’s social media following has a reach of 1.8 million, with over 400,000 Facebook followers. Much of his writing can be found on the Denison Forum website.
He is the author of multiple books, including recent titles, How Does God See America, Making Sense of Suffering and the six-volume series, Biblical Insight to Tough Questions. He has taught on the philosophy of religion and apologetics at several seminaries. He has recently launched A Pastor’s View, encouraging and equipping pastors and church leaders to engage the cultural issues of the day with biblical insight.
Jim Denison | The Denison Forum
As the president and CEO of Infinity Concepts, a brand communications agency, Mark Dreistadt is defined by both his passion and his remarkable talent to help leaders maximize the potential of their organizations. Mark is a dynamic communicator known for his clear and compelling style of presenting transformational insights and strategies. Over four decades of experience have qualified Mark for his role as a consultant to some of the most significant Christian organizations in America. Mark provides fresh insights to challenging problems… finds solutions that get results… utilizes his expertise and experience to help his clients achieve their goals… and brings a unique blend of creativity and strategic thinking to every organization he serves.
Mark Dreistadt | Infinity Concepts
Nona Jones is strategic partner manager, communities for Facebook, the world’s leading social networking and social media company. In her role, Jones is responsible for helping develop and drive the product strategy undergirding Facebook’s mission of giving its two billion members the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Jones’s work partners Facebook with communities of faith, youth development organizations, communities of color, and organizations that serve women to broaden their reach and deepen their real-world impact.
Prior to Facebook, Jones served as chief external affairs officer for PACE Center for Girls, where she led federal and state legislative advocacy, program expansion, resource development, and brand strategy. Immediately prior to PACE, Jones served as public affairs director for Gainesville Regional Utilities where she received the American Public Power Association’s Robert F. Roundtree Rising Star Award as national peer recognition of her leadership while under the age of 35.
Jones is currently president of the Gainesville, Florida Chapter of The Links, Incorporated and most recently served as secretary of the Florida Juvenile Justice Association Board of Directors and on the Georgia Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force. She is a graduate of Leadership Florida Class XXXI and the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program, a unique leadership development initiative led jointly by President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush. Jones has been profiled by ESSENCE Magazine as an “Under 40 Woman to Watch” and Florida Trend Magazine as one of Florida’s “30-Something All Stars.” She is CEO of eChurch Partners and Nona Jones Ministries. In 2020 she released two books, her memoir “Success from the Inside Out,” and “From Social Media to Social Ministry,” both with Zondervan Publishers.
Nona Jones | Facebook
Morgan Lee is a digital media journalist for Christianity Today where she hosts and produces the weekly current events podcast Quick to Listen. She is currently working on scaling a translation team for CT Global, a community seeking to elevate the voices, perspectives, and stories of Christians from around the world. Earlier in 2020, she created two COVID-19-timed podcasts, Prayer amid Pandemic, which told stories of believers whose lives and faith have been shaped by sickness and disease and All Alone, where people from around the world told their stories of of processing coronavirus. Her passion for bringing people together has spurred her to start local and international storytelling communities, like the East Asian American Experiment. In her free time, she loves speaking Spanish and French, riding her bike, listening to baseball games, and buying frozen desserts.
Morgan Lee | Christianity Today
Brooke Miles founded Delaware ShoutOut, a social media training firm, to help busy entrepreneurs pack more punch into their social media without breaking a sweat. In nearly 6 years of business, Brooke and her team have served hundreds of clients, who have reported significant gains in followers, engagement, and traffic to their websites. Brooke is also a highly sought-out public speaker, having won multiple awards from Toastmasters International.
Brooke Miles | Delaware ShoutOut!
Lou Ann Sabatier is passionate about developing people, growing and fixing businesses, identifying new markets, products, and publications. During her 37+ years of experience as a publisher, trainer, and consultant, Sabatier has been deeply involved in strategic planning, business development, content strategy, business and financial management, audience development, revenue development, digital media, and operations management. As principal and lead consultant at Sabatier Consulting, she works with clients to diagnose their needs and offer creative and efficient solutions.
Lou Ann Sabatier | Sabatier Consulting
Kevin Shanley is the principal of Shanley and Associates, a leading marketing agency exclusively serving faith based publishers. Kevin has had engagements with over 40 members of the Associated Church Press, Evangelical Press Association, and Catholic Press Association. Shanley and Associates also has a strategic partnership with Cambey and West, one of today’s leading fulfillment agencies also serving faith based publishers. Shanley and Associates brings 39 years of marketing experience to the table. Their services include: fundraising, periodical audience development, fulfillment, and advertising sales. Kevin started his career as the marketing director for Claretian Publications in 1979.
Kevin Shanley | Shanley & Associates
Hilary Sutton is the CEO of HSL Digital, a content marketing consultancy that relieves time-strapped entrepreneurs of the burden of content strategy and execution, so they can focus on their highest and best use. She is a keynote speaker and writer who has contributed to HuffPost, the Washington Post, USA Today, and Yahoo! Singapore. The author of several eBooks and courses, Hilary also hosts the popular Hustle & Grace Podcast where she serves as chief explorer in cultivating a flourishing career and life. Hilary began her career as an actress performing in theatres up and down the east coast, then transitioned to academics serving as professor of communications, social media, and journalism at Southern New Hampshire University. She has also held digital marketing roles at SpotCo, Pursuant, and McKinley Marketing Partners.
Hilary Sutton | HSL Digital
Clyde Taber leads the Visual Story Network, a community of 450 organizations and 3500 leaders in 95 nations. VSN accelerates the mission of the Church by equipping the generation that will use media, story and innovation to make disciples of all nations. 350 projects, products and partnerships have reached an estimated 4 million people. VSN initiatives include the Mobile Ministry Forum, the Middle East Women’s Leadership Network, Mission Media U, the Augmented & Virtual Reality Network and Empower Women Media. Before this, he oversaw new media development for Jesus Film Project and coordinated the campus work of Cru throughout North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.
Clyde Taber | Visual Story Network
Heidi Thompson is an organizer, marketer and publishing executive with more than 25 years of experience working with faith, community and social justice groups to leverage the science of marketing for the liberation of all God’s creation. She was the publisher and CEO of Religion News Service and served as the vice president for marketing and publisher of Sojourners magazine. She is currently providing marketing consulting services to more than a dozen Christian publications in coordination with Shanley + Associates, a Chicago-based marketing agency serving religious publishers. Heidi has a B.S. in Journalism from the E.W. Scripps School at Ohio University and an M.S. in Integrated Marketing Communication from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
Heidi Thompson | Shanley & Associates
Al Tompkins is The Poynter Institute’s senior faculty for broadcasting and online. He has taught thousands of journalists, journalism students and educators in newsrooms around the world. His teaching focuses on writing, reporting, storytelling, ethics, critical thinking, photojournalism, social media and online journalism. He has taught and coached print newsrooms in the U.S. and abroad how to build interactive news websites, how to use video more effectively online and how to manage ethical issues that arise online. Tompkins is the author of the book “Aim For The Heart: Write, Shoot, Report, Produce for TV and Online,” which is being used by more than 125 universities as their main broadcast writing, reporting and ethics textbook. During his two and a half decades as a journalist, and nearly two decades as a teacher at Poynter, Tompkins has been awarded many of journalism’s highest honors. Tompkins won the National Emmy, the Peabody Award (group award), the Japan Prize, the American Bar Association’s Silver Gavel for Court Reporting, seven National Headliner Awards, two Iris Awards and the Robert F. Kennedy Award. Tompkins was inducted into the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame and in 2008 was awarded The Governor’s Award, the highest honor given by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He has also been honored by the National Press Photographers Association and the Radio and Television News Foundation for contributions to journalism and journalism education. Al is a juror for the Scripps Howard National Journalism Awards and served as a final juror on the duPont-Columbia Awards, and the Investigative Reporter and Editor awards. Al earned a Master’s Degree in Digital Journalism and Design from the University of South Florida and a B.A. degree in journalism from Western Kentucky University.
Al Tompkins | The Poynter Institute
Anne Marie Winz coaches teams and individuals to write powerful stories. Anne Marie helps writers discover what they do well when they write. Then, after they see their own success, she shows them how to improve their skills. She developed Writing for Life to train writers of all ages to tell their stories and write about their beliefs. She and her husband, Mark, have been staff members with Cru since 1985.
Anne Marie Winz | Cru
Greg Outlaw | All About God
Andy Walker | Infinity Concepts
With over 25 years of marketing and business development experience, Randy is an expert in the ever-changing world of Marketing and Philanthropy. As the Chief Marketing Officer at Global Media Outreach, Randy brings over two decades of retail, channel, and partner marketing as well as national and global business development experience to the table. After learning the ropes at a few Silicon Valley startups, Randy ventured into the Fortune 500 world as channel marketing lead for Network Associates, where dealing with VAR’s and big-box retailers became second nature. From there, he helped the team at McAfee.com acquire 9M customers over a 4-year period through key partnerships and an online acquisition tool downloaded on millions of computers. He then turned his sites on TiVo® where he worked in marketing to assist the national sales team to continually achieve their sales goals. From there, Randy dove into the non-profit world, looking to take lessons from his for-profit experience to ramp up effectiveness and efficiency in the non-profit sector. Randy spent over 3 years with Humanitarian International Services Group (HISG) traveling globally, training small business owners to launch and grow their businesses with the goal of ending poverty. Before Global Media Outreach, Randy oversaw marketing and donor development at Every Home for Christ. Randy desires to see Global Media Outreach glorify God’s Kingdom through digital global evangelism.
Randy Valentine | Global Media Outreach
Ron Weber is the Chief Operating Officer at Trinet Internet Solutions, Inc., a digital marketing services firm based in Irvine, California. Trinet works with America’s best-known ministries, including Trinity Broadcasting Network, World Vision, and Focus on the Family reach new people and new donors with innovative digital fundraising techniques and digital media experiences including websites, web applications, social media digital advertising, emails, mobile apps, and advanced web applications. Ron speaks regularly on digital media-related topics at national Christian conferences events such as the National Religious Broadcasters conference, Christian Leadership Alliance, Outreach, and Evangelical Press Association conferences.
Ron Weber | Trinet Internet Solutions
Peter is a founding Partner of Agathon and its Chief Growth Officer. He has spent the last 21 years building hosting infrastructure and lasting relationships for Agathon as a continuation of his life-long fascination with technology and how it can help people connect with each other. As CGO, Peter is telling Agathon’s story and reaching the organizations whose own vision can be married with Agathon’s passion and expertise to help achieve that vision.
Peter Green | Agathon
Kedron Rhodes is a design strategist who works with clients to develop their organizational strategy, align objectives with their users’ needs, and refine their user experience, service and interaction design.
Kedron completed undergraduate work in Business Administration and postgraduate work in Design & Innovation Management as well as formal training in UX, Design Thinking, and Emotional Intelligence. He’s a regular speaker at local meetups and conferences and a guest lecturer at the University of Michigan on design thinking and UX. He leads the discovery phase and user experience design for Agathon projects like Truth For Life’s website & mobile app, Parkside Church’s mobile site, and EveryCampus.com.
Kedron Rhodes | Agathon
Steve Rabey is a veteran author and journalist who has published more than 50 books (including the bestsellers Rachel’s Tears and The Lessons of St. Francis) and written/reported more than 2,000 articles on religion, spirituality and culture, in dozens of EPA publications as well as The New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, etc. Steve was also an instructor at Fuller and Denver seminaries and the U. S. Air Force Academy.
Steve Rabey | Journalist
Brian Setaro is the founder and CEO of Notion Digital, a large creator of Christian mobile apps and websites with a daily reach of 500,000 people in the US. Notion Digital also provides advertising solutions for other like-minded advertisers who are looking to efficiently grow the reach of their media budget and results by providing advertising opportunities in its properties.
Brian Setaro | Notion Digital
If you are a current member of one of the following partner associations, you qualify for the discounted member rate:
ACP, BCA, CCCA, CNA, ECPA, EPA, MTI, NAE, NRB, PCPA
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