Noted Author, Faith Trends Expert Ed Stetzer to Host Special Edition of TBN's "Praise the Lord" Show at Nashville's Trinity Music City
NASHVILLE (February 21, 2014) — Popular author, columnist, professor, and faith trends expert Ed Stetzer, a vice president at the Southern Baptist Convention's Nashville-based Lifeway Christian Resources, will host a special live taping of the Trinity Broadcasting Network's signature music and talk show “Praise the Lord” at Nashville's famed Trinity Music City, Tuesday February 25th. The taping is open to the public.
Stetzer is a scheduled keynote speaker at this year's National Religious Broadcasters convention February 22nd through 25th in Nashville. NRB convention participants are being invited to attend the live TBN taping later in the day February 25th.
A leading voice in today's evangelical church, Stetzer is the author of a dozen books and countless articles in such publications as Christianity Today, Outreach Magazine, and the Christian Post. He is also executive editor of both The Gospel Project, a curriculum used by more than 400,000 individuals each week, and Facts & Trends Magazine, a Christian leadership journal with a circulation of more than 70,000 readers.
Considered an expert on faith trends and cultural issues, Stetzer is frequently quoted by leading religious publications, as well as by such secular outlets as CNN and USA Today. He holds two masters degrees and two earned doctorates, has taught at numerous universities and seminaries, and has planted churches and trained pastors around the world.
Joining Dr. Stetzer for this special edition of TBN's “Praise the Lord” will be pastor, author, and urban ministry expert Eric Mason; pastor and author Kyle Idleman; best-selling author Shaunti Feldhahn; contemporary Christian recording artist Francesca Battistelli; and Christian pop duo For King and Country, brothers of contemporary Christian recording artist Rebecca St. James.
Admission to the Tuesday, February 25th live taping of TBN's “Praise the Lord” at Nashville's Trinity Music City is free to the public, with 1,500 seats available. Doors open at 6 p.m. (Central Time) and the program begins at 7 p.m. For more information and directions visit www.trinitymusiccity.com.
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