The first session that we listened to was two separate special talks by Eric and Leslie Ludy. Leslie spoke on "Set apart femininity" and Eric (very passionately according to Josiah) on "The Sacred Code of Honor."
We had lunch down by the beautiful Grand River. It was just the right temperature, lovely!
Though I have heard Dr. Voddie Baucham many, many times, I have never heard him speak in person, so this was extra neat. This particular message was on family discipleship. As always, Mr. Baucham, was passionate, humorous, poignant, and brought across many points of truth.
Grace and Truth, was Mr. Ludy's next subject, and a very truth laden one.
There was an hour break for dinner, and for change of pace we took a nice walk down the block to a local restaurant.
It was the neatest little diner; the walls were covered with interesting pictures, paintings, and other paraphernalia.
As we strolled back towards the Lansing center, we were given a beautiful view of the Capital building which was at the end of the street.
When we returned to the conference center, they had a time of recognition of the 2011 graduates before the keynote session.
The speaker was once again Dr. Baucham.
During the next few workshops we split up, Josiah and Dad going one way, and Mom and I in another, one of the sessions we did attend was on "True Love" by the Ludy's. They did an excellent job on showing you should teach your children to focus on their one and only true love, Jesus Christ, and to build a personal relationship with Him before anyone else.
On the last session of the day, we split up again and Mom and I were able to attend a wonderful talk on the prelude to being a Proverbs 31 woman.
It was a wonderful conference, and I am so glad that some of us were able to attend it and that I have lots of notes so that I can pore back over the lessons taught.