T4G Registration Opening Tuesday, May 1st

Mark Dever wrote:

We have moved the event a few blocks down in order to double the number of people we can accommodate. A word to the wise, register soon AND book your hotel rooms or make other arrangements to stay soon. . . The conference otherwise should be very similar to last time--bare but packed schedule, larger book store, heartfelt singing, lots of speaking and panel discussions, no break out sessions.

One new thing--Thabiti Anyabwile agreeing to speak.
Read Dever's whole letter here.
- posted by Tony Kummer

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