WHY ISN’T DONALD MILLER MARRIED?
Bestselling Author Opens Up with Bestselling Psychologist for Webcast
From CONVERGENCE: Thursday, April 8, 2010, at 1 PM PST
@ RelevantMagazine.com


New York Times bestselling author Donald Miller (Blue Like Jazz, A Million Miles), submits his singlehood to scrutiny in his first-ever live webcast this Thursday, April 8, at 1 PM PST – from CONVERGENCE and Relevant Magazine. The live Q&A introduces three new DVDs from CONVERGENCE: WHERE FAITH AND LIFE MEET (www.allthingsconverge.com), the video series that engages Christianity’s leading voices on what it means to live out faith.

Miller appears in the webcast in his role as host of CONVERGENCE’s highly anticipated second release, featuring bestselling authors Henry Cloud (Boundaries, One Life Solution), Randy Alcorn (Heaven), John Townsend (Boundaries, Hiding from Love), and Dan Allender and Tremper Longman (Breaking the Idols of Your Heart, Intimate Allies).  Known for uncommon candor and intelligence, CONVERGENCE DVDs are used by individuals and bible study groups across the US to spur deeper discussion on the Christian life.

“Don’s attempting to solve the nation’s fatherhood crisis, write bestsellers, and host Convergence.  Who has time to be married?” said CONVERGENCE Creator and Producer Erick Goss, also head of Creative Trust Media (CTM) (www.creativetrustmedia.com).

Ladies, take note.  And for men taking notes: who dares to spotlight this 38-year-old bachelor’s commitment issues?  Renowned psychologist Henry Cloud.

“We’re giving Don’s fans unprecedented access—territory typically exclusive to journalists,” Goss added.  “In the way that CONVERGENCE is rare access to fascinating Christian lives, Don opens his own life. This is why his readers and fans value him.”

Relevant Magazine’s John Loveless hosts the one-time event with Miller. The 40-minute webcast opens with a video of Miller and Cloud.  Bloggers and fans then chat with Miller live via Twitter and UStream (www.ustream.tv).

Creative Trust Media (www.creativetrustmedia.com) was founded in 2008 by Erick Goss and Dan Raines, president of Creative Trust Inc., an entertainment management company.  CTM partners with Christianity’s most innovative creators to produce redemptive content for the church.  Current CTM partnerships include:

Phil Vischer’s Jellyfish Labs
www.whatsinthebible.com
www.jellytelly.com

EMI Christian Music Group
www.allthingsconverge.com

Steve Taylor Presents
www.bluelikejazzthemovie.com

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