Tuesday, March 07, 2017

Join us in Ottawa April 1 for great one-day conference - Denyse O'Leary

Hi Christian writer,

The theme for this year's Ottawa Christian Writers' Conference is Called to Write—Taking the Next Steps—Canada 150 & Beyond.

I am pleased to report that online registration is now available for our Saturday, April 1st event at the Word Guild website. Here is the direct link: https://thewordguild.com/ottawa/
Attached you will also find a brochure that outlines the schedule for the day, and the workshops that are available. In the morning, a total of six 45-minute workshops will be on offer. Since two workshops will always be running simultaneously, you will need to choose the three workshops that you feel will benefit you the most.

The afternoon features a plenary session with Ken and Yetta Dekker. Ken is the author of The Wealth Formula, which outlines practical ways to make your finances work for you. This will be followed by a panel discussion with professional writers about the state of Christian writing in Canada. Finally, we will hear an address from Don Hutchinson as he launches his new book, Under Siege: Religious Freedom and the Church in Canada at 150 (1867-2017)

What are the next steps for you as a writer? Are you fulfilling your calling? Join us on a path that marks Canada's 150 celebration and beyond.

David Kitz
Ottawa Christian Writers' Fellowship—a chapter of the Word Guild
Building a community of Christian writers in our nation's capital

Note: Get your annual membership at the conference at half price ($32.50) with registration. A professional critique of your work costs only $25 with registration, all proceeds to The Word Guild (more at the link above.) See you there! - Denyse O'Leary


Peter Black said...

Great news of more good things going on and coming out of our nation's capital! Thanks Denyse. Hmm, sounds like Don Hutchinson's book offers interesting, if not quite concerning, content at this time in our country. ~~+~~

David Kitz said...

Well done, Denyse!

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