Rochester, February 16-17, 2007

Renae and I will be making the trek up to Rochester, MN in a few weeks for the annual L’Abri conference. L’Abri, for those of you who don’t know, is a group of study centers and communities initiated by Francis Schaeffer where individuals have the opportunity to seek answers to honest questions about God and the significance of human life. Every year, the Rochester conference pulls in speakers from L’Abri and associated groups to hold lectures on a wide variety of topics.

The theme for this year’s conference is “A Place to Stand: Biblical Authority in a World Adrift” and as usual, it looks packed with great stuff, with lectures by such folks as Jerram Barrs, Dennis Haack, and John Hodges (download the conference brochure).

In addition to the wonderful teaching, the annual conference has extra-special meaning for Renae and I. We met at the L’Abri conference several years ago, and the rest, as they say, is history.

If you’re planning to attend the conference, please let me know. It’d be great to meet up with folks, even if only for a meal.


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