Helpful Information for Individual Appointments Signup for W2I September 21–22
Please take a look at the information below. Announcements will display on the overhead screen before and after keynote addresses in the Hayes Ministry Center.
We’re excited to unveil our online signup sheets for the 15-minute appointments!
Attendees may sign up, and participating publishers, editors, and agents may check their schedules, by copying and pasting this URL into a search engine:
|| W2I Appointments
Author, Editor or Agent Appointments Carol Baldwin Wanda Barbella Samantha Bell Daniel Blackaby Session A 8:15am Not Available Not Available 8:30am 8:45am Session B 10:30am Not Available Not Available 10:45am 11:00am Session C 12…
Conference attendees: To sign up for an appointment, simply scroll down until you see the (1–2) names of people you want to consult. (If you don’t have a way to do that, we’ll have a manned laptop nearby to help you.) Then check the available times, and type your name into an open space. Be sure to show up at the right time!
If editors, presenters, or agents you prefer don’t have any time available, you can still speak to them at the informal reception after Friday evening’s keynote address or visit with them during meal times. (The reception begins at 8:45 pm in the Hayes Ministry Center.) So don’t be shy!
~Brenda Covert, Critique Coordinator
Write2Ignite 2018 starts tomorrow! Here’s an updated weekend forecast:
Friday (9/21)—Sunny (high: 88, low: 67)
Saturday (9/22)—Sunny (high: 89, low: 67)
For a more detailed look, check out the weekend forecast for Tigerville, SC.
PS—There’s still time to register for the conference!
O Pilgrim, Where Art Thou?
O Pilgrim, where art thou? A better question might be, Where can we find Pilgrim tomorrow?
The way to his longed-for destination, the Celestial City, passes through many places, some welcome and some not. Fortunately, he expects a blessing when the path enters North Greenville University, where there are mountains in sight and a promise of fellowship, grace-filled conversation, and deeper insight in the ways of sharing intersections between his story and the divine story. Look for him when you enter Write2Ignite Conference!
We’re two days away from the 2018 Write2Ignite conference! (And there’s still time to register!) Here’s an updated forecast for Friday and Saturday:
Friday (9/21)—Sunny (high: 87, low: 67)
Saturday (9/22)—Sunny (high: 88, low: 67)
For a more detailed look, check out the forecast for this weekend in Tigerville, SC.
Thoughts for the journey: pray, prepare, proceed, and practice.
On the journey, Pilgrim takes time to pray, especially after a few hasty decisions put him in harm’s way. Having been instructed, he prepares for future challenges in conversations with fellow travelers, discussing ideas and bringing up Scriptures to keep their focus on God’s truth. Rehearsing these verses during the journey helps Christian and his friends practice telling their story and God’s role in it.
The Conference Is Still On!
The conference is still on, and there’s still time to register! Friday’s weather is expected to be sunny, and although there’s a chance of a thunderstorm on Saturday, we don’t anticipate any weather problems interfering with the conference.
If you’d like a more detailed look at the weather, feel free to check the forecast for Tigerville, SC.
Looking forward to seeing everyone in three days at Write2Ignite 2018!
Facing new obstacles, Pilgrim perseveres.
From a Slough of Despond to a Hill of Difficulty, from Vanity Fair to a Giant Despair, Pilgrim never knows what lies ahead on the path. Yet he keeps going, reasoning that regardless of interference from obstacles or enemies, the path he has entered through God’s call is the way to fulfillment. On the way, he becomes a strong encourager and contender for the faith, just by sharing the story of his journey.
Philippians 3:12–13a: “Not that I have already obtained all this, or have already arrived at my goal, but I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me. Brothers and sisters, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it.” (NIV)
Whether our obstacles are literal barriers like currently impassable rivers and roadways, physical conditions, other people, or our own minds and habits, pressing on through faith is the key to finding resources, taking hold of promises, and deepening relationships.