The Global Media Summit (GMS) 2019 gives men and women the opportunity to be inspired by talented musical artists and keynote speakers who are globally recognized for Biblically-based teaching. The outstanding seminar faculty will equip each attendee to go to the next level and the international program will provide a vision of what God is doing globally.. Through this summit, life-long relationships will be formed to unify Christians, empowered to be a positive influence in our culture through media, domestically and internationally. See GMS19 Schedule.
This year’s Global Media Summit (GMS) will feature two well-known international media leaders and inspirational speakers at the Summit’s General Sessions. The Global Media Summit, now in its fourth year, will be held June 28-29, 2019 at the Dallas Baptist University Hurst Campus, 110 Grapevine Highway in Hurst, Texas.
On the main stage will be Jennifer Kennedy Dean, the Executive Director of “The Praying Life Foundation.” Dean is a best-selling author of numerous books, studies and magazine articles that specialize in prayer and spiritual growth. Her book Heart’s Cry has been named the National Day of Prayer’s recommended resource. Her best-selling Bible study, Live a Praying Life® has been called a flagship work on prayer and the anniversary edition was a finalist for the Retailer’s Choice Award. Widely recognized as an unusually gifted communicator of the deep truths of God’s word, Jennifer speaks all over the world, calling God’s people to discover the difference between “a prayer life” and “a praying life.” Jennifer is a member of National Prayer Committee and serves as an advisor and board member for numerous ministries.
Joining Jennifer Kennedy Dean as a GMS keynote speaker is Brad Bright. Bright serves as President and CEO of Bright Media foundation, an affiliate of Campus Crusade for Christ (now known as Cru in the United States). Bright is the youngest son of Bill and Vonette Bright, the founders of Campus Crusade for Christ and is the author of GOD is the Issue, a book to help Christians move from defense to offense, co-opting the cultural dialogue by making GOD the issue in shrewd and relevant ways. He demonstrates how in any given situation we can either “Rollover, React or Reframe.” In 2016, he co-authored Your 7 Duties As A Christian Citizen, a booklet to help Christians more effectively influence American culture. He recently re-edited his father’s classic book, God, Discover His Character, for a new generation. It will be released in June 2019 under the new title, God, Who Are You Anyway?. The central question of the book reveals the underlying angst of our times, “Do your experiences shape how you see God, or does your view of God shape how you see your experiences?”
Also on the main stage at the 2019 Global Media Summit is GMS founder, Suellen Roberts, who will provide an inspirational message. “This year’s program and speakers will be phenomenal,” said Roberts. “Media professionals will not want to miss out on the training, spiritual and educational growth they will receive, only at the GMS Summit.”
To find out more about the 2019 Global Media Summit or to register for this year’s Summit, visit the GMS website www.gmssummit.com.
The Global Media Summit (GMS) is “A Christian Coalition Uniting Media Professionals Globally.” GMS has provided a platform for both male and female media professionals to be empowered by God to move forward in the secular and Christian media arenas. Suellen Roberts, Founder of Global Media Summit, along with the GMS Advisory Board, made up of Bob Higley, Paul Crouch Jr., Brenda Crouch, Renee Hornbuckle, Lisa Mouradian, Randy Weiss, Lisa Burkhardt Worley, Cameron Arnett, B.J. Arnett, Benjamin Dane, Sharon Hill, Harral Scott, GMS members and the International Partners, plan to provide a premiere experience as people unite together. GMS is a non-denominational, non-political and racially diverse association. Our purpose is to set our differences in doctrine aside and focus on the message of the cross of Christ. We unite together to influence our culture through media.