Join Castle Ministries in rustic Greenback, TN to engage in literature as a path for exercising the mind and grasping truth. The Lewolkien conference is a small, intimate gathering of book lovers and thinkers where story and written words are heralded. Gather as we discuss our love of old books, and some new authors as we unite over an admiration of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien and authors like them.
The annual conference will be held in the restored train depot in Greenback, TN. An optional lunch will be offered right across the street in the classic Greenback Diner with its red-checked table cloths and throwback feel. Come experience a day of informative talks and rustic small town life.
Books can fuel not just the mind, but also the spirit. Let this be a launching point for you to find your next “great read” or to find great books for your children and family. JOIN US for an energetic time of thinking, laughing, and exploring great literature.
Dr. Kenneth Woodull
Dr. Woodhull began his nonprofit journey with a three-year stint in Knoxville with the Volunteer Ministry Center as a chaplain and volunteer coordinator in the early nineties. In 2011, he took on an adjunct teaching position at Johnson University in the School of Intercultural Studies. After which, he was hired by Johnson University as a full-time professor, in both the School of Business & Public Leadership and the School of Intercultural Studies, and became the executive director of the Urban Alliance. Kenny holds a DMiss from Fuller Theological Seminary, an MCS from Regent College, and a BA from Carson-Newman University.
is the author of several fictional novels and shorter works, such as The Last Motley and The Ascent of the Nebula, which was nominated for a Grace Award. He has a passion for seeing God glorified in the arts, especially literature. You can find out more about his work at www.djedwardson.com.
Director of Castle Ministries and MC of this event. His resume includes 20 years of teaching and administration in elementary/middle school. He is the father of four and a self proclaimed expert in children’s literature.
received his B.S. in Chemistry from Wheaton College and his Masters in English Literature from the Univ. of Southern California. He also completed the doctoral course work in English Literature at the Univ. of Tennessee. David currently is the Director of Information Technology at Knox Area Rescue Ministries (KARM), Knoxville, TN.
|9:00 – 9:20 am||Introduction||Jacob Stock|
|9:20 – 10:05 am||A Grief Observed—Part 1||Kenneth Woodhull|
|10:05 – 10:20 am||Break|
|10:20 – 10:59 am||A Grief Observed—Part 2||Kenneth Woodhull|
|11:00 -11:30 am||Activity & Store||Jacob Stock|
|11:30 am- 1:00 pm||Lunch Break|
|1:00 – 1:45 pm||That awful power of imagination between time and eternity||David Strom|
|2:00 – 2:45 pm||The Genre of Imagination||DJ Edwardson|
|3:00 – 4:00 pm||Questions & Answers||Panel|
$40 per person
$70 per couple
Giveaway books and others for purchase.