"Love Life" conference set for Saturday, November 6, 2010...
The fifth annual “Love Life” conference will be held in Edmonton on Saturday, November 6, 2010, from 9:15 am to 3:30 pm. Under the theme “Getting Real about Sexuality: Celebration, Truth, and Consequences,” this year’s conference will consider several life-related issues. Co-sponsored by Lutherans For Life-Canada, Concordia Lutheran Seminary, and Concordia University College of Alberta, it takes place at CUCA’s Robert Tegler Student Centre. (Map: http://www.concordia.ab.ca/about/location.php.)
The conference features four speakers.
- Rev. Dr. Stephen Chambers, is professor of NT Exegetical Theology at Concordia Lutheran Seminary. He will begin the conference by presenting a study on 1 Corinthians 6 with the theme: “Priceless Sex.” Bring your Bible!
- Rev. Dr. Roger Sonnenberg, is a noted speaker, author (e.g. Human Sexuality: A Christian Perspective) and LCMS parish pastor. Rev. Sonnenberg will speak on two topics: “Porn: The new Crack Cocaine” and “Realities of the Modern Family.”
- Julie Parr, is Community Education coordinator for the Pregnancy Care Centre in Edmonton. Julie will speak about sex, abstinence, and healthy relationships.
- Rev. Dr. Bill Anderson, is professor of Religious Studies at Concordia University College of Alberta. Dr. Anderson will present a theological study on human sexuality by looking at Genesis 1-2 and Song of Songs.
Displays will be provided by a range of pro-life groups and individuals.
The cost of the conference is $25 if you register by October 31. Registering at the door costs $30. Students are FREE! Lunch is included and parking is free on the Concordia campus.
For more information, please visit: www.LoveLifeEdmonton.com or contact: Dr. Glenn Schaeffer (email@example.com or  474-0063).
We are excited about this conference. We hope you will share our enthusiasm and publicize this event as widely as possible within your circle—at church, school, or wherever this information reaches you. We hope to see you in person, too, on Sat. Nov. 6.