2014 Conference Mystery Dinner

Evangelical Church Library Association Presents, Whodunit!

Our upcoming annual conference, October 24th and 25th, features a new event! After the Friday evening meal, authors David and Diane Munson (former NCIS agent and former federal prosecutor) will present a mystery for all attendees complete with clues and intrigue.

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2014 Conference Brochure Promo

Registration Now Open for Our 2014 Conference

Planning to attend our upcoming conference in October? Registration is now open! This should be a great time of learning, discipleship, fellowship, and fun! And don’t forget to bring a friend!

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2012 Conference: Caryn Dahlstrand Rivadeneira

Announcing Our 2014 Conference Workshop Schedule

We are pleased to announce the workshop schedule for our upcoming annual conference, taking place October 24th and 25th at College Church in Wheaton, Illinois.

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ECLA Presidents' Message

New Directions for ECLA!

Our ECLA Co-Presidents discuss some of the new directions undertaken by the national organization, including a new blog and new website.

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(Book Review) Jesus, by Anselm Grun

Jesus contains stories of Jesus’ life starting with Mary learning she will give birth and covering parts of the Bible such as Zaccheus, the loaves and the fishes and the little children coming to Jesus, all stories that appeal to children.

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Plain Faith

(Book Review) Plain Faith: A true story of tragedy, loss, and leaving the Amish by Ora-Jay and Irene Eash with Tricia Goyer

The Eash family lost two daughters in a tragic buggy accident, one that the father feels is his fault. This book relates their journey starting from that loss that eventually takes them to leaving the Amish and giving their hearts to the Lord.

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2012 Conference

Growing Spiritually Through Writing (and Reading!)

That I never know what I think until I write it out is not a new idea. Joan Didion said as much. As did Flannery O’Connor. As did scores of other writers.

Though I’ve accepted this as truth—that I needed to sit at my laptop and plunk out words and then sentences for thoughts to emerge, to roll around, to take shape—for nearly as long as I’ve been writing, it’s just been in the past few years that I’ve come to realize this: I don’t really even—well, hardly, even—believe what I believe about God until I write it down.

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