I know, I know. Echo is less than eight weeks away. But these things take time, and believe me, we’ve been putting these together for several weeks. Besides, if you take a look at the sessions for this year’s conference, I think you’ll agree that they were worth the wait.
Every session looks great, but don’t miss these when you read over the big list:
- The Amnesia Project — Marlon Hall
- Changing Lenses — Esther Havens
- Mission Work: Why Do You Do What You Do? — Joshua Blankenship
- Concept to Delivery: A Video Production How-To — Matt Knisely (with Trey Hill)
- Design: Organized Chaos — Barton Damer
- The Hidden Power of the Church Website — Justin Wise
I could go on. I should go on. But I’d rather you click over the Speakers page to see every session title and description we’ve got.
If you’re not yet registered for Echo 2012, get on that! It’ll be here before you know it, and it’s going to be a lot of fun.
As for me, I’m teaching a session about how understanding our calling to be storytellers can provide a helpful framework for meaningful church communications. I think it’ll a good session, so I hope to see you there.
Scott McClellan is the Editor of Echo Hub and the Director of Echo Conference. You can follow him on Twitter: @scottmcclellan.