2019 Conference


Join us in celebrating the annual ECLA Conference

Logistics

Date: September 27 and 28, 2019

September 27th we will be touring a local library and have a group dinner afterwards for participants, September 28th will be our regular conference schedule.

Location: College Church Commons in Wheaton, Illinois.

  • Address: 332 E. Seminary Avenue, Wheaton, Illinois.
  • Phone: 630-951-6272 (event days only).

Travel Assistance:


Registration

Registration Fees:

  • $60 Individual or Church conference fee which includes annual membership

Registration Process:

Download and Print the 2018 conference brochure and registration application. Please fill this out and mail, with a check or money order (payable to ECLA), to ECLA Conference, P.O. Box 353, Glen Elyn, IL 60138-0353.

You may also pay your registration fees online by credit card or PayPal, using our secure PayPal shopping cart. If paying online, you may download and print the conference brochure, fill it out, scan, and email to membership@eclalibraries.org instead of mailing in the form. Please submit one registration form per person.


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Keynote Speakers: Dave and Neta Jackson

Keynote Address: “What is your mission: Is your library for Dufflepuds? Or Dawn Treaders?


Conference Schedule

(7:45) Registration Opens

Continental Breakfast 

(8:15 – 8:30) Welcome

(8:30 – 9:15) Keynote: Dave and Neta Jackson

What is your mission: Is your library for Dufflepuds? Or Dawn Treaders  

 (9:15 – 9:30 ) Break

 (9:30 – 10:30) Workshop #1:

1-Rebecca Deng: Stories of Hope
2-Keith Robinson: How to write apologetics fiction

(10:30 – 10:45) Break

(10:45 – 11:45) Panel: Authorspeak!

Featuring Jarmila Del Boccio, Rebecca Deng, Dave and Neta Jackson, Michelle Phoenix, Keith Robinson, Alice Tiesan and Kelli Worrall

(11:45 – 1:00) Lunch, swap and shop

(1:00-2:00) Workshop #2:

1-Chris Jager: What’s new in fiction?

2-Kelli Worrall: What’s in a story: The role of narrative in communicating redemption

(2:00 – 2:15) Break

(2:15 – 3:15) Workshop #3:

1-Melody Green: Why does story matter

2-Josh Mosey-Books for our kids

(3:15-3:30) Break

(3:30-4:00) Book Giveaway!

(4:00-4:30) Book Swap & Bookstore

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