National Religious Broadcasters has announced details for its 62nd annual convention.
The 2005 convention will take place in Anaheim, California, from Feb. 11-16, and will be attended by representatives from its 1,600 member organizations. The Exposition will feature around 300 companies.
New to this year’s convention is NRB Tech Lab, a four-day hands-on product demonstration with side-by-side comparisons of the latest media production products.
Other highlights include a luncheon with Beth Moore of Living Proof Ministries, an opening session with Ravi Zacharias, President, Ravi Zacharias Intl. Ministries, and worship music from Smokie Norful of EMI Music.
Last year’s convention was held in February in Charlotte, N.C.
NRB is a non-partisan international association of Christian communicators with more than 1,600 member organizations representing millions of listeners, viewers and readers.
According to NRB, the association’s vision is three-fold: 1) proclaim the Good News of eternal life through Jesus Christ, 2) transform culture through the application of sound biblical teaching, and 3) preserve religious freedom by keeping the doors of electronic media open for the spread of the Gospel.