Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Friday, December 12, 2014
Create Early Registration Extended
Register Extended Through Monday
The Create EARLY registration rate of $89 has been extended through Monday, December 15.Visit www.createcon.org for more information and to register now and SAVE!
Warren Barfield and Lynda Stein join speaker lineup for Create
At eighteen Warren Barfield used his dorm room as an office and booked one year of concerts. With his parents' blessing he loaded his 1995, 4 cylinder, mint green Mustang with a suitcase and a guitar and took his songs on the road. After more than 600 "gigs" and 200,000 miles, Warren found himself in Nashville, TN signing his first record deal. Since his arrival in Nashville, he has released three records, had five songs top the Christian charts, received two Dove nominations, worked with legendary producers including Brown Bannister, Mark Hammond, Marshall Altman, Charlie Peacock, and Mark Miller. He's shared the stage with the best of CCM artists from Steven Curtis Chapman and Third Day to Toby Mac. He wrote and recorded "Love is Not a Fight" which was the theme song for the #1 indie film FIREPROOF. He shares his songs and stories with thousands every year as he tours the country. Warren currently lives in Nashville, TN with his wife Megan, their son Montgomery and their daughter Ada Beth. Warren's description of his journey goes like this, "I have seen every dream I had as a fifteen year old in Spivey's Corner, NC come true."
Lynda Stein is the producer/writer of the films "Lela" and "Broken" which both recently premiered in Los Angeles, a former theatre teacher with professional experience in print, commercial and stage, writing and improv training at Second City - Chicago, SAK Comedy Lab - Orlando and a BFA at the University of Milwaukee's prestigious Actor Training School. Lynda is also the director and founder of a summer drama camp and enjoys watching her dream of teaching children through the eyes of a working professional.
WHAT IS CREATE?
Create is an inspirational training event aimed at equipping those who minister through public speaking, writing, worship/music, media, and the arts. Create is custom-made for those individuals in the church, both vocational, and volunteer, who communicate. These individuals communicate in many ways, from a pulpit or through graphic design, they may connect via social media or lead a worship service experience. Regardless of the form of their communication, create has something to inspire and equip church leaders and volunteers. Attendees to create can expect to:
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Tuesday, October 21, 2014