Turning Point Media Relations opened its doors in 1995 in the former RCA Records building on Nashville’s historic Music Row. The firm’s initial mission—to provide full-service public relations for a focused roster of recording artists and authors who we respect, believe in, and are passionate about—has remained the same to this day.
Offering a breadth of impactful platforms for clients’ projects and stories is integral to the mission of Turning Point Media Relations. Through the years our artists and authors have appeared everywhere from leading cable news channels and national newspapers to preeminent Christian television, radio, print and online outlets. Turning Point clients have also graced stages from the GMA Dove Awards and the National Religious Broadcasters Convention to the world-famous Ryman Auditorium and the Grand Ole Opry.
RT @loveandoutcome: For the one who’s waiting - it’s not a waste of time. Stay where you are, fight the urge to rush ahead, be present. Disagree with the lie that tells you “everyone else is winning and you’re losing”. Ur waiting ur worshipping.
RT @joelvaughnmusic: Not sure how I missed this in May! I guess I was too excited about it being May that I forgot this was happening. Thank you @Lifeway for letting me share a little of my story with you through HomeLife Magazine! https://t.co/Z1kHQZWHZX
Way to go Joel! Does this mean there will be lyrics about 'running the race' in your future?... https://t.co/ogCp39bisf
I finished this Half marathon distance in 1:54:31 with an average pace of 8:44. Looking forward to the race this fall in Nashville. I like the time to think alone but I’m ready to run with some friends again. What are some other half marathons happening this year? https://t.co/WU7l6PxcoW
Don't miss this special episode of @TBN Praise featuring @loveandoutcome @TLLayton @ErskinMusic and @nicoleCmullen , hosted by @JavenOnline - Tues. June 8 at 7 pm cst. Powerful performances and encouraging words for today. https://t.co/47Juty0lFV
Wow, what a lifetime moment! https://t.co/xzoZMeDevp
I’m glad I live in the lifetimes of President and Mrs. Carter. Checked off a major bucket list in interviewing the 39th POTUS this week. (Insert: !!) At 96, I asked what one message would he leave the world. He replied, “ ... love one another.” Me too, Jimmy. Me too. #jimmycarter https://t.co/Vfn8fSMoRl