BCA Fall Forum - Sept. 13, 2019
Our Sixth Annual Fall Forum
Representing communications teams from across the SBC, presenters will talk about a wide range of topics. The format of the forum will be fast-paced, with brief presentations followed by short times of discussion. From life-altering, unexpected moments, to projects that reshaped one's future, topics will come from the presenter's own life and work experiences.
We’re grateful to Baptist Press, Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, Tennessee Baptist Mission Board, and Union University for sponsoring our event. And a special thank you to LifeWay Christian Resources for providing the studio and technical support for the 2019 BCA Fall Forum.
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Director of corporate communications
LifeWay Christian Resources
Topic: "Navigating Change in the Corporate Environment"
Over the last year, LifeWay Christian Resources has moved into a brand new office building, announced the eventual closing of their retail stores, and installed a new CEO. That’s a lot of change in a short time for any organization.
Senior Graphic Designer
Tennessee Baptist Mission Board
Topic: "If Not, Then..."
The third chapter of Daniel provides a powerful example of God's providence in difficult situations, and Royce DeGrie, senior graphic designer with the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board, can relate to it very personally. Royce discusses how he copes with a chronic illness while also seeking to be the communicator God has called him to be.
Director of Communications
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
Wake Forest, NC
Vice President for Communications
SBC Executive Committee
Topic: "How Podcasting Is Engaging and Informing a New Generation of Baptists"
Launched in 2015, the "SBC This Week" podcast quickly gained attention and subscribers with its focus on weekly news from the Southern Baptist Convention. The podcast's hosts, Amy Whitfield and Jonathan Howe, discuss this timely topic.
Innovative Faith Resources
Topic: "Getting Out Of A Creative Dry Spell"
Another project is staring you in the face. But the ideas you’re thinking of have been done before. And all the new ideas don’t stick. You’re experiencing creator’s block - how do you break through and move forward? During this session, Bobby Puffenburger will share some ways to push through creative drought when the well runs dry.