Rochester L'Abri Conference - 2017:
February 3 & 4, 2017
"The Power of God's Word to Transform Cultures"
Please note that the conference will not be at the Kahler Hotel this year. Instead, we will again gather in the North Lobby of the Mayo Civic Center in downtown Rochester.Accommodations:
We will be basing ourselves in three downtown Hotels within 10 minutes walk via the Skyway to the Civic Center. We have received very good Conference room rates.
Contact the Downtown Holiday Inn ($85.00) at 1-888- Holiday - Use Group code "LAB"
Contact the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel ($119.00) at 1-507- 281-8000.
Contact the Hilton Garden Inn ($109.00) at 1-507- 281-8000.
Please make your hotel reservation booking by January 12th.
Further details can be found in the brochure. Click Here to Download Brochure.Workshop Descriptions:
This year we are making more detailed descriptions of the workshops available online (there is limited space on the brochure for this information). We hope this will aid you in deciding on your workshop choices.
To Register by Mail and pay by Check: - Please Download the PDF brochure, complete the Registration Form, and mail it along with your check as indicated on the brochure.DOWNLOAD THE BROCHURE HERE
To Register Online and pay by Credit Card: - Please proceed to our Eventbrite Online Registration page (Please note that there are unavoidable additional fees associated with registering online and paying by credit card).
9-10:15am The Book that Made Your World - Vishal Mangalwadi
2:00-3:15 Europe: God's Experiment - Wim Rietkerk
7:00-8:15pm The Renaissance in Evangelicals' High View of Scripture: Why It Matters and Will It Last? - Bob Yarbrough
8:30-9:30pm Classical Concert - Tabby & Julia Yang
9-10:15am Salt, Light and the Transformation of Society - Dick Keyes
2-3:15pm In the Beginning Was the Word: The Influence of the Reformation on Art and Music - John Hodges
5-6:15pm The Recovenanting of America - How America’s Genius has become its Achilles Heel, and how to Remedy it - Os Guinness
Luke Bobo, Joshua Chestnut, Greg Grooms, Douglas Groothuis, Denis Haack, Margie Haack, Greg Jesson, Hans Madueme, Bob Osburn, Marvin Padgett, Tim Padgett, Clarke Scheibe, Larry Snyder, Mike Sugimoto, Richard Winter
What is a L'Abri Conference?
L'Abri is the French word for shelter. The L'Abri ministry was founded by Francis and Edith Schaeffer in 1955 to provide an environment where Christians and non-Christians could seek answers to questions about God and truth. Following in that tradition, a L'Abri Conference is an opportunity through lectures, discussions, and personal interaction, to feed and hone the mind in an effort to deepen one's understanding of what it means to be a Christian in our society. The on-campus housing and mealtimes are designed to facilitate an exchange of ideas among conferees and speakers.