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Nov 09


Hear from national life experts reaching others with the Gospel of Life, enjoy time of fellowship and service together. Registration includes a catered lunch. Limited childcare slots available (coordinated by the local congregation - fee may apply).

Nearest Major Airport – Orlando Airport (MCO)
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Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
16173 Marsh Rd., Winter Garden, FL 34787
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Nov 09, 2024 08:00am ET - Nov 09, 2024 04:00pm ET

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Rev. Evan McClanahan

Pastor, First Lutheran Houston

Presentation - Biblical Manhood

Pastor McClanahan is originally from Shreveport, Louisiana. As a son of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Shreveport, he was steeped in Lutheran liturgy and theology. Upon graduating from seminary, he was called to Living Word Lutheran Church in Grapevine, Texas, where he served as Associate Pastor. In December 2009, he was called to serve as Pastor at First Lutheran. He and Amanda have two children. While at First, he has initiated several ministries, including outreach to HCC students, the First Word debate and lecture series, and hosting a podcast called Theology on Air. He has served on the board for Lutherans for Life in the past and currently serves on the board for a local pro-life ministry in Houston, Lifeline.

Rev. Scott Licht

CFO/COO, Lutherans For Life

Presentation - India, Finding Life in Christ Amid the Orphan Crisis

Scott grew up in New Ulm, Minnesota, and was raised in the Wisconsin Synod. Scott worked in the corporate world for 30 years before combining his business and theological education and experience at Lutherans For Life beginning in 2012. Scott satisfied the requirements and was ordained in the Lutheran Congregations in Mission to Christ (LCMC) in 2014. In addition to his service at Lutherans For Life, he serves as pastor of Shepherd of the Prairie Lutheran Church in Huxley, Iowa. Scott has an adult daughter in the Des Moines area and a daughter, son-in-law, and two grandsons near Colfax, Iowa. He and his wife, Sue, live near Huxley, Iowa, with three horses. Sue also has three adult daughters.

Teri Skoog

Founder/Owner, Skoog Dementia Support

Presentation - Gifts in Dementia

Teri has over 35 years’ experience providing education, support and care to individuals experiencing dementia,

caregivers, and communities. Teri received her BA in Social

Work and Aging Studies from the University of Iowa. She is a DAWN Dementia Care Coach/Trainer. In addition to her

professional credentials, Teri personally experienced the role of caregiver for her mother who lived and died with Diabetes, Alzheimer's Disease, and Vascular Dementia. Teri’s goal is to inspire a new way to think about dementia inclusivity and support through dignity, purpose, and hope.

There are often difficult conversations about the value of life and challenges associated with dementia,

but when we understand how to respond to the changing skills our friends and family members are

experiencing, we uncover gifts along the way. This presentation will share how a strength-based

approach brings hope and grace to the life of those experiencing dementia.

Tim Goeglein

Vice President of Government and External Relations, Focus on the Family

Presentation - Faith in the Halls of Power: What's next for America for the Pro-Life Movement

Tim Goeglein champions God’s welcomed role in the public square. His years of public service and private initiative have been devoted to faith, freedom, and family.

Tim is the Vice President for External and Government Relations at Focus on the Family in Washington DC. He served in high-level government posts for two decades, including as Special Assistant to President George W. Bush. He was the President’s principal outreach contact for conservatives, think tanks, veteran’s groups, faith-based groups, and some of America’s leading cultural organizations. Goeglein is the author several books, including the most resent of the TOWARD A MORE PERFECT UNION: THE MORAL AND CULTURAL CASE FOR TEACHING THE GREAT AMERICAN STORY (Fidelis Books, 2023). Tim serves on the Sanctity of Life Commission for the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod; is a board member of The Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty; and has served as a deacon in his church for 30 years. His hobbies include reading, tennis, swimming, biking, and the fine arts. The most important thing to know about Tim is that he is married to the love of his life, Jenny, of 31 years, and they have two sons Tim and Paul -- one in public policy and one in the fine arts and music.

Sat. Nov. 9 - Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, 16173 Marsh Rd. Winter Garden, FL 34787

8:00am Registration

9:00am Opening Devotions

9:15am Welcome & Introductions

9:30am Presentation - Rev. Evan McClanahan

10:15am Break

10:45am Presentation - Teri Skoog

11:30am LFL Update

12:00pm Lunch

1:00pm Servant Event

1:30pm Break

1:45pm Presentation - Tim Goeglein

2:30pm Break

2:45pm Presentation - Rev. Scott Licht

3:30pm Closing Prayer