New Regional Conference – Spend time in January in warm Orlando, Florida – Jan 26-27, 2018

We are rolling out our newest regional Conferences – starting with this one in Orlando, Florida at the end of January (another is planned for Phoenix in February).  Come and join other Steadfast Lutherans for some time under the word of God, encouraging one another in our confession before the world and the erring church around us.


From the registration description:


STRANGERS IN A STRANGE LAND – The 80’s are back – the 1580’s for the church and world of our day!

This Steadfast Lutherans Regional Conference is geared for Confessional Lutherans that will find themselves relatively “alone” among their states and districts.  The Conference is meant to encourage Confessional Lutherans to stay the course and to show them that with Scripture and the Confessions in their minds and on their lips they are in fact never alone.  They may be strangers in a strange land, but they have a homeland to which their Lord will someday draw them.  In the mean time, let’s get together to encourage the faithful confession in our churches and communities.

Topics to be taught will include Open Communion, Women Lectors, and Revivalistic/Contemporary Worship.  Speakers and preachers will include Rev. Andrew Preus, Rev. Roberto Rojas, and Rev. Rod Zwonitzer.

Festivities will begin at around 6pm on Friday night and will wrap up in the early afternoon on Saturday.

About Pastor Joshua Scheer

Pastor Joshua Scheer is the Senior Pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Cheyenne, Wyoming. He is also the Editor-in-chief of Brothers of John the Steadfast. He oversees all of the work done by Steadfast Lutherans. He is a regular host of Concord Matters on KFUO. Pastor Scheer and his lovely wife Holly (who writes and manages the Katie Luther Sisters) have four children and enjoy living in Wyoming.


New Regional Conference – Spend time in January in warm Orlando, Florida – Jan 26-27, 2018 — 2 Comments

  1. Good choice. Strangers in a Strange Land is the title of a book written by a Dutch immigrant in the mid-1800’s. She was part of a large Dutch immigration to Pella, IW and an ancestor on my mother’s side. Close parallels to the Saxon immigration at about the same time.

    I will try and make the Phoenix Conference.

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