Monday, January 22, 2007

The First Online Christian Homemaking Conference

What a wonderful idea! An online conference! You can click on the add on my sidebar or the banner at the bottom of this post to see what topics are going to be discussed and other details.

The following is a message from Jennie Chancey on her website, Ladies Against Feminism.

We are very excited to tell our readers that technology has finally made a long-held dream come true: the opportunity to speak “live” over the Internet from home to ladies all over the world! Wherever you can get a high-speed connection, you will be able to log in and join us for a one-day conference (10 a.m. to 2 p.m. CST) on March 17, 2007. This first ever Christian Homemaking Conference on the Internet will feature Kim Brenneman of Large Family Logistics; Jennifer McBride of Noble Womanhood; Victoria Botkin and her daughters, Anna Sofia and Elizabeth of Visionary Daughters; Lydia Sherman and her daughter, Lillibeth, and yours truly, LAF editor Jennie Chancey. Attendees will be able to log in to a special conference site that will include streaming audio in real-time, visual presentations during the talks, live chat, and Q&A with the speakers. No need to spend time on the road or buy plane tickets; you can curl up with a cup of tea or gather with a group of friends and enjoy this special event from the comfort of home! Please click the banner below or in the sidebar for details. We truly look forward to “seeing” you there!

Thank you to all those who are putting this together!

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