This preview of our upcoming conference in Lancaster, PA, comes from Adam Morton:

16th-century books do not, as a rule, simply materialize in Pennsylvania church basements. The exception is more interesting than the rule, however, and so attendees will have a hands-on look at a small stack of Reformation books, including the first published collection of Martin Luther’s writings from October 1518, which were uncovered in the archives of Holy Trinity in Lancaster a few years ago. Even more, we will have a chance to consider these as artifacts with something to say to our own day and ministry, evidence of a live wrestling with dangerous, and even violently divisive, words.

Sign up for Mockingbird Lancaster today! All are welcome. Visit the site for more details on speakers, accommodations, and the location. Plus, the menu has been revealed…