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Resolved 2011 registration opens this weekend

I received this message last week for the Resolved team. I believe this is one of the best conferences on the West Coast. It's geared toward young adults hungry for dynamic worship and expository preaching, and is a real bargain at $150.
Christmas Greetings! I pray this finds you celebrating the birth of our Savior, Emmanuel: God with us!

As the year comes to an end the Resolved team is busy preparing for our 2011 conference. Registration will open in just a few days on January 1.

We will be returning to the Palm Springs Convention Center, June 24-27, to worship together and study God's Word with John MacArthur, C.J. Mahaney, Al Mohler, Steve Lawson, and Rick Holland. I am anticipating a rich time as each speaker leads us to consider what God has to teach us through the lives of Biblical HEROES. More details to follow in the next few days.

Early bird registration starts at just $150. For more information about the conference, visit resolved.org.

I hope you will join us!

John Martin
Producer, Resolved Conference

Here are details for the conference:

When: June 24-27, 2011
Where: Palm Springs, CA

Speakers confirmed:
John MacArthur
C.J. Mahaney
Al Mohler
Steve Lawson
Rick Holland

Registration opens January 1, 2011.

Conference Schedule:
The conference will begin Friday evening, 6/24, and end on Monday night, 6/27.

Terms and Conditions:
Refunds, less a $25 (U.S.) processing fee per registrant, will be granted for cancellations received in writing by May 31, 2011. If you have extenuating circumstances, please contact our office.

Transfers may be made by logging in and changing the name of the conference attendee. Last day to make changes is June 15, 2011.

Registration can not be processed without payment.

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