“The Word of God”
Oregon Christian Writers Winter One-Day Conference
Saturday, March 16, 2013 ~ 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Salem Evangelical Church, 455 Locust Street Northeast, Salem OR 97301
(Directions at bottom of page)
“The Word was with God, and the Word was God.” John 1:1 NLT
|8:30–9:00||Registration, Continental Breakfast, Bookstore|
|9:00–9:30||Welcome and Introductions: President Maxine Marsolini
Devotions: Petey Prater
Music: Julie Hoy
|9:30–10:20||General Session I: Davis Bunn, “The Gospel of John, Act I”|
|10:20–10:50||Morning Break: Refreshments and time to visit the bookstore|
|10:50–11:40||General Session II: Davis Bunn, “A New Definition of Success”|
|11:40–12:10||OCW Business Meeting: Election, recognition of new members, writing firsts, and introduction of workshop teachers|
|12:10-12:30||Spotlight on OCW’s 50th Anniversary|
|12:30–1:35||Lunch ($10, reserve by March 9):
Full salad bar, chicken cordon bleu with rice (gluten-free option), three-cheese manicotti (vegetarian option), plus 50th anniversary cupcakes (some will be gluten-free) for dessert.
Note: Lunch will be served buffet-style and the intent is that each peson only takes one entree.
|1:45–2:45||Workshops—Session 1 (Choose One)|
|A. “Transforming the Outline from Drudgery to Joy” — Davis Bunn|
|B. “Marketing Your Writing Online” — Laura Christianson|
|C. “Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow” —Colette Tennant (Poetry)|
|D. “Writing Inspirational Shorts” — Sue Miholer|
|2:45–3:00||Break—Bookstore is open|
|3:00–4:00||Workshops—Session 2 (Choose One)|
|E. “Blog Your Way to a Book Deal” — Laura Christianson|
|F. “Copyright Law” — Jeff Miholer|
|G. “Personal History and Memoir Writing” — Julie McDonald Zander|
|H. “Make Your Fiction Fly” — Leslie Gould|
All workshops are suitable for all writers—beginner to advanced.
Changes to the schedule will be posted on the OCW website.
CDs available from Sound X Design at the conference and after the conference at firstname.lastname@example.org
Like white is to snowflakes, being a writer feels natural to me. Where does such a strong desire come from?