Turning Point Media Relations opened its doors in 1995 in the former RCA Records building on Nashville’s historic Music Row. The firm’s initial mission—to provide full-service public relations for a focused roster of recording artists and authors who we respect, believe in, and are passionate about—has remained the same to this day.

For 25 years, Turning Point has been privileged to represent a diverse lineup of many of Christian music’s leading artists. Through the years our clients have included Newsboys, Natalie Grant, Michael W. Smith, Kirk Franklin, Matthew West, Audio Adrenaline and the Bethel Music collective. We also facilitated national media for the Winter Jam Tour Spectacular—Christian music’s largest annual tour and one of the highest-attended First Quarter tours in the world across all genres.
We have been honored to help introduce such debut artists to the national stage as Guy Penrod, Christian music’s top Country vocalist; modern hymnwriters Keith & Kristyn Getty; 11-time Dove Award winners Selah; and multi-GRAMMY® Award-winning Jason Crabb—all who have made immeasurable contributions to Christian music around the globe.
Turning Point is also passionate about building a strong foundation for independent artists making distinctive contributions to the musical landscape. We have watched musicians such as Matt Brouwer, Holly Starr and Denver & The Mile High Orchestra pave the way for the vibrant indie scene today. And most recently we have partnered with gifted artists including Remedy Drive, Cindy Morgan, Jenny & Tyler, The Gray Havens, We Are The Monks, Seth & Nirva, Andrew Greer, Warren Barfield, For The Fatherless and Him + Her.
Through the years we have been proud to represent artists from every style of Christian music: worship (Lincoln Brewster, Paul Baloche), rap (Flame), rock (Seventh Day Slumber), country/Southern Gospel (Charlie Daniels, The Nelons, The Erwins) and family entertainment (Go Fish, Slugs & Bugs), among a diversity of genres. And it has been a special honor to have worked with pioneers of the format including Sandi Patty, Russ Taff, Matthew Ward, Whiteheart, Darlene Zschech and Bill & Gloria Gaither.

Since its inception, Turning Point has also desired to support significant voices in Christian literature. From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Donna VanLiere, to popular women’s speakers Lisa Harper and Angie Smith, to titles from award-winning musicians Charlie Peacock, Matt & Beth Redman, Laura Story, Nichole Nordeman and Phil Joel, we have promoted fiction, non-fiction and devotional titles alike.

We have also represented some of Christian music’s top documentary films, including America’s best-selling female comedian Chonda Pierce’s hit box office features “Laughing in the Dark” and “Enough.” Additionally, we worked with Christian music pioneer Russ Taff to promote his gripping documentary “I Still Believe,” which chronicled his unparalleled musical journey and behind-the-scenes battle with alcoholism.

For 25 years and counting, Turning Point Media Relations continues to be passionate about the clients we serve—and grateful to God for the amazing journey.