Jim Denison, co-founder and the CVO of Denison Forum, discusses the challenges ahead for faith-based planners during the COVID-19 crisis.
Meet this trio of faith-based event planners who are leading the charge to bring the conference industry back.
The planner is optimistic after recent events, including the Resurrecting Faith event honoring Shaquille O’Neal’s grandmother.
People are ready to meet again but F&B, gas and airline prices may be holding them back.
When the Church of the United Brethren in Christ had to reimagine their event to virtual, they discovered that it may have been for the best.
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Here are five reasons why Cleburne should be on your radar for Texas-based religious events.
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, is the Las Vegas of the South—minus the showgirls and gambling.
In trying times, catering companies have opened their kitchens—and their hearts—to feed others.
Traditional cakes (that are anything but ordinary) are restaking their claim on the dessert table.
After 40 years in faith-based conferences and events, Bill Cox shares lessons from the pandemic and how he leaned into his other gifts.
Thaddeus Bullard, AKA Titus O'Neil, delivers inspiring messages to audiences.