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.
Since its inception, Turning Point has also desired to support significant voices in Christian literature. From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Donna VanLiere, to popular women’s speakers Lisa Harper and Angie Smith, to titles from award-winning musicians Charlie Peacock, Matt & Beth Redman, Laura Story, Nichole Nordeman and Phil Joel, we have promoted fiction, non-fiction and devotional titles alike.
We have also represented some of Christian music’s top documentary films, including America’s best-selling female comedian Chonda Pierce’s hit box office features “Laughing in the Dark” and “Enough.” Additionally, we worked with Christian music pioneer Russ Taff to promote his gripping documentary “I Still Believe,” which chronicled his unparalleled musical journey and behind-the-scenes battle with alcoholism.
For 25 years and counting, Turning Point Media Relations continues to be passionate about the clients we serve—and grateful to God for the amazing journey.