Indian Christian Media Association to Hold Annual Conf. in Delhi

Published 19 September 2017  |  

With the theme 'pursue & overtake' the Indian Christian Media Association (ICMA) is said to hold its eighth Kingdom Media Annual Conference (KMAC) from Sept. 27 to 29 in New Delhi.

According to ICMA, the conference is said to explore the means for enhancing the presence of Christians in the current digital age.

"The drive for digitization and the intensive efforts and initiatives on the part of the Government of India towards creation of a vibrant India by 2020 are positive factors which are in sync with our theme 'Pursue& Overtake'," ICMA's website noted.

"We, the Christian communicators have to rise to the occasion and seize the opportunities lying ahead for packaging content relevant to this generation using the modern tools of media technology," it added.


According to a statement from ICMA, National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) leaders along with Dr John Ankerberg, from the John Ankerberg Show, Bryan Bailey, First Baptist Church of Dallas, Troy Carl, Faith Comes By Hearing, John Carley, Trinet Solutions, Dr Ron Harris MEDIAlliance, Dr Hannu Haukka, GCM Ministries, Dr J. Allen Quine, Museum of the Bible, and Krista Sederwall, CBN International, will be present among many other delegates from all across India.

"We believe that God is using these annual conferences to help train and mentor church leaders, communicators, media professionals, etc., to enhance their skills for better and effective communication to take the Gospel forward," said ICMA.

The seventh KMAC was held at Bangalore in September 2016.


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