Brian Mosley Named President of Bluefish TV and The RightNow Campaign
Brian Mosley has been chosen as the new President of Bluefish TV in Dallas, TX. Brian, 31 years old, will serve as President of both The RightNow Campaign and Bluefish TV. The former President, Marty Mosley, will continue working with the Board of Directors in developing strategic initiatives and partnerships with other ministries.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) December 1, 2009 — Brian Mosley has been chosen as the new President of Bluefish TV in Dallas, Texas. The announcement was made at a staff meeting of over 100 team members on November 18th by the Chairman of the Board, Michael Heflin.
Brian, 31 years old, will serve as President of both The RightNow Campaign (www.rightnow.org) and Bluefish TV (www.bluefishtv.com). The RightNow Campaign is asking people to trade in the pursuit of the American dream for a world that desperately needs Christ.
Since 2000, RightNow has delivered that message through numerous church leadership development conferences with Francis Chan, Erwin McManus, Matt Chandler, Mark Batterson, George Barna and others in Dallas, Orlando, Seattle, Washington DC, and Denver.
The RightNow Campaign will now have additional opportunities to serve pastors and small group leaders by working with the Bluefish TV team to create video driven small group studies and leadership tools that inspire people to make a difference in their community and around the world.
Over the last twenty years, Bluefish TV has partnered with Doug Fields, Donald Miller, Chip Ingram, Margaret Feinberg, Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott, Louie Giglio and others to create video series for small group Bible study. Over 110,000 churches in the United States, Canada, England, Australia, and South Africa have used resources from Bluefish TV.
The former President, Marty Mosley, will continue working with the Board of Directors in developing strategic initiatives and partnerships with other ministries.
Brian is married to Julie and they have 3 children. Brian also serves on the leadership team of their home church.