For everyone at the training conference held last week in Nashville, the time was full of fun, fellowship and learning. Trainers Scott, Rick and Steve spent both Tuesday and Wednesday teaching all the different ways to use WORDsearch in order to save time and deepen the study of God’s Word. This included how to use the in-depth search feature, how to create different desktops, the morphology tool and much more. At several points in the advanced training, the attendees clapped and cheered in appreciation of what they were learning about the program. If you weren’t able to make it (or even if you did!) here’s a look into what the conference looked like. We hope to see you next time!
The conference trips always help me realize:
- I’m very fortunate to be a part of such an inspiring event that glorifies God’s Kingdom
- The users of our software are among the finest people I’ve ever met
- What we do as a company and what our users do daily is truly having a positive impact on the world
If you have never been to one of our conferences, I would highly encourage you to join us at the LifeWay headquarters in downtown Nashville this March. The primary reason that people attend is for better knowledge of how to use the WORDsearch Bible program. However, it’s much more than just that.
Last week, I had the privilege of flying to Nashville to attend our first WORDsearch conference of the year, held at the awe-inspiring LifeWay corporate headquarters. Having only been with the company for a little over a year, this was my first opportunity to venture out of our Austin office to meet some of the wonderful pastors and teachers that use our program.
It was raining and cold in Nashville, but that didn’t stop 68 men and women from joining us for a program touted as “Just the Basics.” It was a great introduction to the WORDsearch program, and the unique blend of styles from the four different trainers made it a truly worthwhile event.
Richard and Linda Perry, along with Steven Ward and Scott Winter, demonstrated the ease of maneuvering around the program while showing how powerful the program is. The attendees will no longer have to go back and forth to their bookshelves, skimming through book after book, not even sure what they were looking for.