The 2020 Exchange Conference: A Professional Developement Conference for Christian Educators

July 14-16 Virtual


Join The Virtual Exchange!

Join us on July 14–16 for our first free, virtual Exchange Conference! Due to COVID-19, we have canceled our physical event, but we are excited to offer this online professional development conference to you for free. We hope you will join us and invite other educators to tune in as well.

Is your Christian school new to using BJU Press textbooks? Have you been using our textbooks for a few years and are looking for an opportunity to receive further professional development? This conference is for you!

One of the main goals of the Exchange Conference is to help you succeed in the classroom by providing opportunities for you to hear great speakers. At the same time, we know you have great things to share with us and others. So, this conference isn't just a great educational conference; it's a conversation. It is an exchange of ideas between Christian speakers, schoolteachers, and administrators.


Experience Education

  • Learn to confidently and practically use BJU Press materials

  • Receive training from highly qualified BJU Press writers and consultants, Bob Jones Academy teachers, and Bob Jones University professors

  • Obtain professional development credit

  • Choose from a series of workshops available for elementary, secondary, and administrative levels, including core subjects, biblical integration, leadership communication, technology, classroom management, and much more

  • Network and exchange ideas with other Christian schoolteachers and administrators

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Glen Schultz

For over 50 years, Dr. Glen Schultz has given his life to educating future generations. He received his BA from Roberts Wesleyan College and his MEd and EdD from the University of Virginia. He has been a teacher, coach, high school principal, and superintendent during his tenure in Christian schools. He was the associate pastor at Sherwood Baptist Church and the Headmaster of Sherwood Christian Academy until June 2014. Currently, he is devoting himself full-time to Kingdom Education Ministries, which he founded in 2013.