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Read MoreYou will experience all in this feast for the senses. Faith will dance before your eyes as you watch the Au Deum Dancers. Your ears will drink in the magic of Malcolm’s singing. You will feel the touch of the Spirit as he moves among you. You will savor the fragrance of true worship and fellowship. And you will taste of the promise to come as we experience a little bit of heaven here on earth.
Read MoreWriters don’t usually have a lot of dollars to spend on conferences. So why should you splurge on this workshop? Because, as I’ve written in my last few posts, the sessions given by our keynote, Cambridge professor, Malcolm Guite, is worth every British pound.
Read More“The real heart of these C.S. Lewis Foundation events is not just the lectures and seminars, good as they are, but the sense of community and interconnection, the friendships inspired, the new projects begun. I have seen the genesis of new books, plays, poems and songs, new collaborations and scholarly projects, all happening over coffees in corridors at these conferences, or over a beer in the famous evening sessions known collectively as ‘The Bag End Cafe”. Malcolm Guite: Writers Workshop Keynote
Read More6 Days left for super early bird deadline for the C.S. Lewis Fall Conference, November 8-10, Houston, Texas. Speaker Devin Brown wrote that in Bilbo’s “confrontation and victory over Gollum beneath the Misty Mountains in The Hobbit, Bilbo could be said to face and defeat his own strong tendency to prefer isolation over community.” Does that describe you? Too much time at the computer? Not enough quality time with other writers? Way too few moments spent in community?
Read MoreHave you ever wished you could have sat in on a meeting of the Inklings or “read” (that’s studied in American) with Tolkien and Lewis? Malcolm is the next best thing. He “represents a living example of what members of the Inklings were during their time,” writes Lancia E. Smith in the first of three interviews with this unique man on her blog.
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Meet Nan Rinella
Nan is a writer, speaker, C.S. Lewis Foundation Regional Representative, The Turquoise Traveler, and encourager extraordinaire.