Bring To Be Told to your community via simulcast
One of the most common things we hear from our participants after attending an event is the desire for everyone they know to have the opportunity to experience this transformative teaching. This is our dream too, yet we know schedules and resources may be a barrier to hosting or attending one of our live events. Through a new partnership with In:ciite Events, a ministry dedicated to offering simulcast technology, we are delighted to dismantle those barriers and offer you a simplest, affordable, and accessible way to bring the excitement and impact of Dr. Dan Allender’s teaching to your community.
Simulcasting is ideal for churches, para-church ministries, schools, organizations, or groups. All you need to host is an internet connect and a screen. Costs are low (FREE for small groups, and only $199 for churches and large groups), setup is easy, and access to promotional materials and a dedicated personal customer service representative to help you review your technology and assist you throughout the process is included.
We invite your community to be a part of our To Be Told conference via the live simulcast or with flex-scheduling on a date that works best for your needs.
What people are saying about To Be Told
Dan is a shameless truth-teller and a compelling storyteller. He engages incredibly difficult content with humanity and grace and provides a model for walking into our pain and coming out of it wiser, more present, and more purposeful. […] Any community would benefit from someone coming and talking about how to live out your own, unique story — not just individually but also within the larger church body and the world. People are living on auto-pilot, and this conference gives you a conduit to really examine yourself in a safe space and figure out how you want to life your one, beautiful life — as Dan says. — Arlington, VA
To Be Told led me not only to consider my story and how it affects my perspective on life, relationships, and God — but also to be mindful and curious about others and their stories. I was invited to examine parts of my story that were previously unexplored, providing insight for past choices and possibility for new ways of being in the future. I loved it. I wish everyone could have the same experience! — Houston, TX