Our family had the privilege of attending the Nashville ATI Homeschool Conference again this year! The theme of this year’s conference was “Looking Unto Jesus” and included powerful messages on prayer, trials, hearing the voice of God, reconciliation in relationships, making an impact on the people in this world, trusting God for financial provision, and much more!
Hannah led a group of COMMIT girls, and Sarah and Bethany led a team of Pre-Embassy girls together. The rest of the family attended main and student sessions.
The following pictures were taken by the Nashville Family Conference Photography Team (with the exception of the second one, taken by Bethany).
The Alert Cadet program.
James Staddon with some of his students – the photography workshop attendees.
Children’s Institute and Alert Cadets.
David was the only Stelzl to participate in the choir this year. The Friday evening presentation is always a very special time, when each of the different programs shares what they’ve learned over the week.
We listened to many wonderful speakers throughout the week, including Tom Harmon, David Barton, David Gibbs, The Duggars, The Bates, and Otto Koning – to name a few.
The Pre-Embassy group during a large session. Here the girls are watching a fun skit, and learning/reviewing Bible verses and songs to share on Friday evening during the presentation.
Some of the Alert men did their opening night presentation at the beginning of the week.
This is opening night of the conference. Mr. Gibbs shared a powerful message on prayer, and then asked us to move toward the front for a time of prayer.
Hannah with one of her COMMIT girls.
We can’t wait until next year!
Sarah posted more pictures from the week here.