Category Archives: Conference
Topic: Robin Jones Gunn, Keynote Speaker Verse: Jeremiah 1:9–Then the Lord stretched out His hand and touched my mouth, and the Lord said to me, Behold, I have put My words in your mouth. Lord, please wrap your arms around … Continue reading
Topic: The conference committee Verse: I Thessalonians 1:2-3–We give thanks to God always for all of you, making mention of you in our prayers.Verse: Father God, we come corporately before You today to ask for a special and intense sense … Continue reading
Topic: God’s presence and blessing Verse: Psalm 127:1–Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain who build it; unless the Lord guards the city, the watchman keeps awake in vain. Precious heavenly Father, We thank you for the … Continue reading
The ACFW national conference in Indianapolis is just around the corner. Rates for registration go up after August 19th, so register today!!
by Susan May Warren The ACFW conference is less than two months away and I can’t wait! Even now, I’m gearing up to hang out with my favorite peeps, fellow authors and the My Book Therapy community (The Voices.) And, … Continue reading
Registration is open for ACFW’s national conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, September 13-16. Details at www.acfw.com/conference.
(Editor’s Note: This post first appeared on ACFW’s blog in June 2011. With the upcoming conference in Indianapolis, this is a fun time to relive those memories). by Regina Merrick The 2010 American Christian Fiction Writers Conference in Indianapolis was … Continue reading
by Ane Mulligan Conference time approaches! There not many weeks left, and I can’t wait! Here are some of my favorite things from conference (sung to the tune of These Are a Few of My Favorite Things): Teardrops of joy … Continue reading
by Pam Meyers Since ACFW’s first national conference 2002 in Kansas City, MO, I have not missed one conference. I’ve watched it start out in a Kansas City hotel with 100 attendees (including the presenters) to well over 600 attendees … Continue reading
by Dani Pettrey I’m often asked if the cost of attending a writing conference is worth it, particularly for the unpublished author. I can only speak from personal experience, but I have found writing conferences to be extremely worthwhile, especially … Continue reading