2019 NAC Updates
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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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).
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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Check out what you can expect from the 2019 LEA National
Administrators Conference next February:
The line-up of sectional topics is relevant,
practical, and informative to Lutheran education leaders at all levels. We are
processing firm agreements with all the speakers and will announce them as soon
Part of the program will be held at the Museum of
Conference registration for members is $315 ($215
for spouses), and $215 for emeriti. And $215 for pastors, board members, other
school administrative staff, and SLED participants attending with their
The conference begins at 11:30 a.m. Sunday February
17 and ends at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, February 19.