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WFX Announces 2013 Awards Winners
Innovative new products and facilities for the church market recognized for excellence

Larry Osborne: Ministry In A Hyper-Change World
Three keys to breakthrough moments and the counterintuitive reasons why some teams win but most teams don’t.

Riding The Waves Of Opportunity
Being prepared for the "what ifs" that happen with ministries

Glenn Packiam: Ministry In The Digital Age
How can we retain the sacredness of our vocation while inhabiting new "social spaces"?

Skye Jethani: Insights On Faith, Flourishing, & The Future Of The Church
How migration towards a post-Christian culture should cause us to reexamine more than church programs

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2013 WFX New Product Technology Award Winners
WFX New Product Technology Award Winners WFX New Product Technology Awards nominations were open to companies that have developed new technology products for the church market. The following is a complete list of the 2013 WFX New Product Technology Awards winning companies and their products.

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WFX 2013 Solomon and New Product Awards Nominees
The WFX Awards program celebrates the continual evolution of churches striving to reach people for the God through the buildings and sanctuaries being created today. In addition, the Awards recognize excellence in technology products being applied in the same pursuit to reach people for Christ.

Future Quest Youth Conference (Foothills Christian Church)
Foothills Christian Church’s Future Quest annual youth conference is put on for youth, grades 7–12, to ignite passion for God. Founded by senior pastor Mark Hoffman 16 years ago, this event reaches out to more than 2,000 youth in the East County region of San Diego.

Justin Firesheets (Church of the Highlands)
Justin Firesheets, production manager for the Birmingham, Alabama-based Church of the Highlands, manages three departments, 11 full-time staffers, and over 300 volunteers across nine Alabama campuses. Under his technical direction, the team executes 30 live worship services each weekend, reaching approximately 25,000 attendees.

Highlands Production (Church of the Highlands)
Highlands Production is responsible for the technical production of Birmingham, Alabama-based Church of the Highlands. With 11 full-time staffers and nearly 300 volunteers, Highlands Production executes 30 live worship services before an attendance totaling nearly 25,000 each week, with thousands more accessing its video-on-demand and downloading podcasts.