Singles conference set for July

International Lutheran Single Adults (ILSA) will hold its 20th anniversary annual conference July 5-8 at the Radisson Inn in Branson, Mo.
The conference, with the theme of “Rejoice and Sing,” is open to any single adult or to anyone who is interested in singles ministry.
On the program for the conference are Bible studies led by Dr. Paul Maier, LCMS second vice president and professor of ancient history at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, and a keynote address by Dr. John Nunes, research associate for urban ministries for Wheat Ridge Ministries, Itasca, Ill.
The agenda also features 10 workshops; worship; ILSA business sessions; and open forums on widows/widowers, divorced singles, and never-married singles.
A registration fee of $250 ($225 if paid by March 1) covers the conference program, lunches each day, and Friday evening’s meal and entertainment at a Branson dinner theater.  Housing is available at the Radisson Inn for a reduced conference rate.
For a registration form and more information, download the conference flier at, leave a message at (414) 299-9127, or contact ILSA President Linda Gerbitz via e-mail at
ILSA is an LCMS Recognized Service Organization.  Its purpose is “to establish and maintain the ministry to the single adult according to the confessional standard of the Lutheran Church and to carry out Christ’s Great Commission.”

Posted Oct. 25, 2006

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