Writing unto the Glory

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Calling writers for a time of inspiration and impartation. We will celebrate the Author and Finisher of our faith—and our writing projects—and encourage and strengthen one another in our task of making His greatness known through all the earth!

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Featuring: WILLIAM PAUL YOUNG William is author of the break away hit, self-published book, The Shack. With over 5.4 million copies in print, this book is stirring up conversations about the Trinity, pointing people to the Bible, and ultimately, to the love of God for us all. He's also a dynamic and entertaining speaker.
Conference Details and speaker list here
When you purchase this event, you will have access to the live and archives so you can watch a session later. We will be broadcasting all of the main sessions in the sanctuary but not any of the workshops that are in other parts of the building.

Schedule may change without notice
May 18th (All times PST)
1:00 PM–2:30 PM Opening Session Kris Vallotton
2:45PM–4:00PM Workshop Session 1 Deborah Reed
Topic: Transforming a Generation: Writing for Children
4:15 PM–5 PM Panel Discussion Don Milam and Jane Campbell from Chosen Books discuss getting published and answer questions
7PM–9PM Main Session 2 Worship + Speaker: Danny Silk

May 19th
9AM–10:30AM Main Session 3 Bill Johnson
11AM–12:15 PM Workshop Session 2 Don Milam
Topic: The Philosophy of Writing
1:30–3:00PM Main Session 4 Worship (15 min.) William P. Young
3:15–4:30 Workshop Session 3 Don Milam
Topic: The Principles of Writing
7:00–9:00PM Main Session 5 Worship + William P. Young

May 20th
9AM–10:15AM Main Session 6 Beni Johnson
10:30–11:45 AM Workshop Session 4 Julia Loren
Topic: Shifting Shadows in Non-fiction
1:00 PM–2:15PM Workshop Session 5 Julia Loren
Topic: Shifting Shadows in Fiction
2:30–4:00 Main Session 7 Worship + Kris Vallotton
4:00–5:00 Impartation Meeting Bethel Staff

Don Milam
After Don and his wife, Micki, graduated from Prairie Bible College in Alberta, Canada, they worked among drug addicts in Philadelphia, then in Mozambique, where Don was imprisoned by communists for ten months. Following his release, Don was a pastor for ten years in Pennsylvania. Don has worked for Destiny Image Publishers for thirteen years and is VP Head of Acquisitions and the author of The Lost Passions of Jesus and The Ancient Language of Eden. Don and Micki have three children and seven grandchildren.

Jane Campbell
Jane Campbell, formerly managing editor of Christian Herald magazine, is editorial director of Chosen Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group. A co-author of Growing Up Born Again and a few other titles, she lives in Fairfax, Virginia, where she attends a charismatic Anglican church.

Julia Loren
Julia Loren started her writing career as a newspaper reporter and editor. She has written articles for well-known magazines such as Christianity Today, Discipleship Journal, Charisma, Aglow, and Renewal Journal. Her books include The Note on the Mirror (Zondervan, 1990), Engle v. Vitale (Greenhaven, 2000), Healing the Wounds of Open Adoption (Adoption Counsel Press, 2000), Breaking the Spirit of Despair (Tharseo, 2006), Dancing in the Fullness of Joy (Tharseo, 2006), Receiving the Crown of Courage (Tharseo, 2007). Her most recent books include Shifting Shadows of Supernatural Power (with contributing authors Bill Johnson and Mahesh Chavda, published by Destiny Image) and Shifting Shadows of Spiritual Experiences (with co-author James Goll).

Deborah Reed
Director of Children’s Ministries at Bethel Church, Deborah Reed is a forerunner in children’s ministry with an anointing to lead and train both adults and children to be released in the Holy Spirit. She has ministered worldwide, training and equipping the church to raise up the next generation to walk in the fullness of their destiny in Jesus Christ. Deborah has written and published children’s curriculum that is currently being used throughout the world, with children being released into the supernatural. Deborah’s vision has birthed a Children’s School of Supernatural Worship and the Pastoring Kids in Revival Conference held at Bethel Church every year.

Beni Johnson
Beni has a call to intercession that is an integral part of the Bethel Church mission. She is in charge of Bethel's Prayer House and ministry and intercessory teams. The Lord has given her a heart for people of prayer. Her insight into strategies for prayer and her involvement in prayer networks have helped to bring the much-needed breakthrough in Bethel's ministry. Her first book, The Happy Intercessor (Destiny Image 2008), will transform the way people view God and intercessors and how they experience prayer.

Kris Vallotton
Kris Vallotton is a noted prophetic voice in Northern California, who has trained prophetic teams in this region. He is a sought-after speaker with a vision for equipping an "Elijah generation" for the end-time harvest. Along with his wife, Kathy, he is the Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church and Overseer of the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (BSSM). Kris’ life-changing books include Basic Training for the Prophetic Ministry, The Supernatural Ways of Royalty (with Bill Johnson), Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle: A Practical Guide to a Life of Signs, Wonders, and Miracles, and Purity: the New Moral Revolution.

Danny Silk
The Family Life pastor of Bethel Church, Danny Silk brings warmth, humor, experience and great wisdom to the ministry. Through anointed teaching and counseling, he focuses on cultivating a culture of community by strengthening interpersonal relationships in the body. Danny also serves Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry as a guest lecturer and overseer of the counseling training for both first- and second-year students. A popular speaker, he has begun to direct his extraordinary communication skills to print. His first book, Loving Our Kids On Purpose, was published by Destiny Image in 2008, and his second, Culture of Honor, will be released in the summer of 2009.