Brian Neuwirth Joins Family Life Radio Team as National Events and Promotions Director

TUCSON, AZ (June 11, 2018) — Family Life Radio (FLR) is pleased to announce that Brian Neuwirth has joined the Family Life Radio team in the newly created role of National Events and Promotions Director.

Brian brings to the table extensive knowledge in the areas of events and promotions and will be responsible for leading and managing a team of Regional Promotions Coordinators in various FLR markets.
Brian’s arrival will bring together a strategic plan focused on inspiring and equipping community members across the FLR network to live intentionally in Christ. Together, with his team, they will coordinate, promote, and facilitate all FLR hosted events including Intentional Living educational conferences, Family Life Radio concerts, service-oriented initiatives and other hosted events.

“Brian’s extensive knowledge in the areas of events and promotions will lead the way for greater community engagement for Family Life Radio” says Sally Barton, FLR’s Chief Broadcast Engagement Officer. “We see God’s timing in the journey that brought Brian and his family to us. We’re eager to experience his leadership of our great team of Regional Promotions Coordinators who are already immersed in our listening communities, inspiring and equipping our listening family to live intentionally in Christ.”

Neuwirth is also excited about joining FLR. “My wife, Carmen and I are humbled by God’s goodness. We’re excited for this new adventure and opportunity to join the FLR family,” he says. “The verse the Lord gave us at the beginning of 2018 was Isaiah 43:19, ‘Look, I am about to do something new; even now it is coming. Do you not see it? Indeed, I will make a way in the wilderness, rivers in the desert.’”

“Brian is joining our team at an exciting and strategic time as we work to build on a solid 50-year foundation of ministry,” says Evan Carlson, Executive Vice President. “We are excited to see how God will use Brian’s talents to further His ministry here at Family Life Radio.”

Brian currently lives in the Dallas area with his wife, Carmen. They and a couple of their five children will make their home in Phoenix.

Brian is a graduate of Belmont University and has more than 20 years of experience producing national and regional events. His career began as an Associate Artist Manager, has served as a National Tour Manager and Special Events & Promotions Manager for KSBJ. Most recently he served as Senior Events Team Manager for K-LOVE & Air1.

About Family Life Communications
Family Life Communications is a biblical, Christ-centered communications ministry dedicated to igniting transformation in individual lives by affirming faith, inspiring hope and equipping people with the knowledge and skills to have healthy relationships and growth in Christ. Family Life Radio is headquartered in Tucson, Ariz., with a network of 40 Christian radio stations across the country, reaching more than 17 million people in its broadcast areas. This listener-supported ministry has been on the air for more than 50 years. The Intentional Living Center is a branch of the ministry that focuses on helping people live intentionally in the five essential areas of life: faith, relationships, health, finances and work.


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