Parables and Upliftv Concluded Three Days of Motivational Interviews at NRB

Bush impersonator John Morgan – War on Fear and children’s book author Todd Courtney – Be Responsible Like Max.In addition, Don Larson, President of Sunshine Nut Company, shared his story with the cameras. To learn more about Parables and Upliftv, please visit and During the last day of the convention, Parables and Upliftv had the opportunity to sit down with George Barna – Founder of the Barna Group, who discussed a recent nationwide survey completed by the Barna Research Group that determined that only four percent of Americans had a biblical worldview. These sit-down conversations, hosted by TV personality and singer Tony LeBron, focused on promoting the latest projects of each guest and sharing with the audience some heartwarming and motivational stories. His work and philanthropy is helping communities all over Africa in the fight against hunger, poverty and diseases. Contact: Jesus Pinango, 561-249-5228WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., March 6, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ — Parables, the 24/7 network that delivers thought-provoking and inspiring content, and Upliftv, the faith-based network that offers inspirational movies, TV series and documentaries, as well as a variety of ministries, concluded three days of uplifting interviews at the NRB International Christian Media Convention – Proclaim 17.Throughout the convention, Parables and Upliftv met with some of the most recognized names in the Christian community including celebrities, ministers and bestselling authors. Barna, who has researched the Christian Church since 1984, stressed that a biblical worldview is based on the infallible Word of God.Parables and Upliftv also spoke to Nancy Hanson from the Capstone Foundation and the Uplift Foundation, as well as author and George W. Mr. Larson, who enjoyed a successful career as an executive at a popular chocolate company in the U.S., sold everything and moved to Mozambique, where he created the Sunshine Nut Company and now employs thousands of people.