October 2-3, 2023
Join us at the Fall Teaching Conference to be refreshed and encouraged by the teaching of Scott Manetsch, chair of the Church History & History of Christian Thought department at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
Scott will share lessons from Martin Luther’s life challenges and ministry including his experiences with the plague, struggles with church authority, wrestling with personal calling, and standing for the Gospel.
If any of this sounds familiar, make plans to join your fellow pastors and church leaders as Dr. Manetsch offers biblical wisdom through the eyes of Luther. We’ll meet at Camp Shamineau where you’ll also be able to renew old relationships, start new ones, and relax while being spiritually and intellectually fed.
1:15 Session 1 – “Grey Zones in History”
4:00 Free Time
6:45 Session 2 – “Luther Discovers the Gospel… and Gets Into Trouble”
9:30 Session 3 – “From Wittenberg, to Worms, to Wartburg… and Beyond”
1:00-2:30 Session 4 – “Luther’s Legacy”
*Registration goes up to $105 on September 22nd and closes on September 26th. (On-site registration will be available)
Additional Invitation: Obtaining Ministry License Coaching
Come early (Sunday night or first thing Monday) and invest your Monday morning (9:00 – 11:30am) by focusing on applying for the Five-Year Nonrenewable License. Help will be available for working on your doctrinal paper and other application items. You can also avail yourself of help if you’re working on a different ministry credential. Come enjoy an informal time of fellowship, learning, and administrative progress. Please RSVP to Sharon if you are planning to take advantage of this opportunity.
Camp Shamineau invites you to come early on Sunday night or stay over an extra night on Tuesday for some extended time away. (Monday breakfast provided). Please be sure to indicate on your registration if you plan to take advantage of this offer. Sunday night – arrive anytime after 4:00 pm. Sharon will assign your housing, you do not need to contact Camp Shamineau beforehand.