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2019 National Administrators Conference

 

 


Questions & Answers

Answers to the questions will expand and sometimes change (for the better), so be sure to check back regularly.


Q: Who should go to this conference?
A:
You! Leaders of all Christian education ilks should come. 

Q: I'm not sure I have an ilk. Will I be welcome?
A: Absolutely! School principals, early childhood directors, District education execs, CUS presidents and education department heads, synodical leaders, and, and, well...ilks of all education varieties will find relevance and growth here.

Q:
Where in our nation's capital will the conference be headquartered?
A: The Pentagon

Q: Really?
A: No. That's fake news--but it did get your attention. LEA has contracted with the Sheraton Pentagon City in Arlington, Va.

Q: Sounds expensive...
A: Not really, Rooms will go for $94 per night plus 13.25% taxes (at time of this answer).

Q: Now that sounds like fake news. Does the hotel have indoor plumbing, windows, doors ...?
A: Not fake news! Not fake hotel either. Take a look. (But don't try to make reservations yet!!!!!)

Q: Must you shout?
A: Yes. Conference history proves the need. But we're glad some of you are so eager.

Q: Will we have complementary internet?
A: Only if you behave yourself.

Q: I said complimentary.
A: In that case, yes.

Q: Will I get $15 parking at the hotel?
A: Yes. Two for $30, and so on...

Q: What if I fly to the conference?
R: Use an airplane. Regan flights are most convenient. The hotel provides shuttle service.

Q: Is there a good reason for having the conference in Washington, D.C.
A: Yes... several even excellent ones, one of which is programming and leadership from Washington-based Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty.

Q: Will we get to see the President and other government leaders?
A: Likely not, unless you get a glimpse of them as the Secret Service drags you away. But don't fret... seeing our own leaders like Jon Laabs, Greg Seltz, and Sally Hiller trumps the excitement of seeing any Washington polictal leaders.


NAC Updates & Highlights

2019 NAC Updates

8/2/18 ...

LEA is partnering with Greg Seltz and the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty for this conference.

The first meeting of the planning team is August 8. Watch this space for an update on plans.

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8/9/18 ... 

The planning team for the 2019 NAC met in Washington, D.C. on August 8. They approved Salt & Light (Matt. 5:13-24) as the theme. “You are the world’s seasoning, to make it tolerable. If you lose your flavor, what will happen to the world? And you yourselves will be thrown out and trampled underfoot as worthless. You are the world’s light—a city on a hill, glowing in the night for all to see” (TLB). Lutheran schools need to continue educating new generations for their role in both of the Two Kingdoms. Doing that requires sound and bold education in Scripture, witness, apologetics, and citizenship. It also requires freedom and resources to accomplish the task.  See additional details of the theme here


One conference day will be with leadership and participation from Washington-based 
Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty and its leader, Gregory Seltz. Specific programming will include relevant sectionals and plenaries for all levels of leaders in Lutheran education.


Planning team members are Rich Cohrs, Cindy Deatherage, Sally Hiller, Joshua Klug, Ryan Radke, Greg Seltz, and LEA staff.

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