2018 Education Symposium: February 7 – 11, 2018
Full registration includes 11 meals, 4 nights, and full attendance. Daily registration includes lunch and attendance for one day.
Late Rate—January 16, 2018 - Symposium
School Campus Tour
Visit the campuses of Wildwood Elementary School, Laurelbrook Academy, Heritage Academy, Harbert Hills Academy, Ouachita Hills College, and the Madison Heritage Center immediately following the EASEA Education Symposium. Fee includes lodging, meals, and transportation.
The meetings begin Wednesday, February 7, at 9 am and continue through Sunday, February 11 at 10 am. Programming will be available for children ages 5 - 13.
- Deborah Ausburn—Litigator and Counselor at Law, Taylor English Duma LLP
- Doug Baker—Principal, Heritage Academy
- Lisa Beardsley—Director, Department of Education, Seventh-day Adventist Church
- John Bradshaw—Speaker/Director, It Is Written
Ken Caviness—Professor, Southern Adventist University
Chester Clark III—Pastor, Dalton Seventh-day Adventist Church
- John Dysinger—Bountiful Blessings Farm
Alistair Huong—Executive Director, AudioVerse
- Jim Ingersoll—Retired Associate Director, Education Department, Southern Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
- Neil Nedley—President, Weimar Institute
Scott Ritsema—Belt of Truth Ministries
- Philip Samaan—Professor, Southern Adventist University
- Charles Sarr—Teacher, Heritage Academy
- Krystal Bishop – Professor, Southern Adventist University
- Ed Zinke—Theologian
- Education and the Loud Cry
- Legal Aspects of Vocational Training
- Nature and Education
- Home Schooling
- Media and Education
- Health and Education
- Principles of Self-supporting Education
- Origins of Self-supporting Work
- Education and Redemption are One
- Faith and Science
- Establishing and Maintaining Industries
- and More!
Cohutta Springs Youth Camp 1181 Cohutta Springs Road Crandall, GA 30711
Cancellations must be made by January 1, 2018. Refunds will be issued the week of January 31st, 2018.
No refunds after January 1, 2018.