EPISODE 317: NRB 2021 Backstage Pass (Part Three) with Mark DeYmaz and Joshua Aaron



Show Notes:

Today we are wrapping up our three part series of Backstage Interviews from NRB 2021. We recorded these interviews at the 2021 National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Grapevine, TX at the Gaylord Texan.

If you’ve never attended NRB, we’d love to encourage you go sometime.
If you’re a Christian Communicator of any kind, this is a great place to come, to network, to be a part of. If you’re a Pastor, Church Media Staff or Volunteer, if you have any broadcast ministry on TV, radio, podcasting, you will be blessed by this event.

If you missed our NRB interviews last two weeks, feel free to check those out. You can go to makingsundayhappen.com and look for episodes 315 and 316.

Today, we’ll hear an interview with Mark Deymaz. Mark is the founding pastor of Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas, a multi ethnic diverse church. Mark is also the author of Building a Healthy Multi-Ethnic Church, Ethnic Blends, MultiEthnic Conversations and others.

And we’ll also hear from international Worship Leader Joshua Aaron.
Joshua is an award winning American-Israeli singer and songwriter. He was been listed as one of the “Jewish Global 100” Influencers.
He lives near the Sea of Galilee in Israel with his wife and 5 kids. A great guy, you’re going to enjoy hearing from him.

As always we hope this episode encourages you and your work each week in Making Sunday Happen.


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