Photo Oct 18, 8 36 26 AMAn enormously heartfelt thank-you to everyone who helped put on our Fall Conference in Houston, TX: our friends at St. Thomas Episcopal Church for hosting, The Magills for playing such fantastic music (click here to check out their stuff on iTunes), Mark and David Babikow for being such lifesavers on the audio/visual front, Jim and Tricia Zucker for making the Slaid Cleaves connection, and many more. We are beyond grateful.

We’re once again making the recordings available at no charge; we only ask that those who were not able to attend this year *consider* making a donation to help cover the cost of the event. Download links are followed by an in-line player for each session. Everything was videotaped, and we’ll be rolling the clips out gradually over the next few weeks (some of the presentations won’t make much sense without the accompanying footage). At the bottom we have provided a link at the very bottom to download everything in one big file.

Friday October 17th

Devotion 1 – David Browder

The Good News of a High Risk God – Aaron Zimmerman

Morning Breakouts

Grace in Parenting: I Have No Advice – Sarah Condon

Matthew, Mark, Luke and Judas: A Biblical Take on FOMO – Ethan Richardson

Sports: The Greatest Reality TV Show of All – Howie Espenshied

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Devotion 2 – David Browder

Risky Business: Jesus Meets a Control Freak – RJ Heijmen

Afternoon Breakouts

Living By Grace (and According to Frankenstein) – Matthew Fenlon

How I Learned to Love Grave Digging in Marriage – Matt and Megan Magill

The Lame Shall Enter First: Grace and Weakness in Flannery O’Connor – Will McDavid

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The Risk of Grace, part 1 – Tullian Tchividjian

Saturday October 18th

Devotion 3 – David Browder

The Risk of Grace, part 2 – Tullian Tchividjian

I Feel Like I Win When I Lose – David Zahl *The suicide stat is not 40 million, thank God – 40,000 is the correct number.

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Download it all in one extra-large zip file (330mb)

P.S. Next event: Spring Conference in New York, April 16-18. Save the date!