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.Register
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.
I cannot say enough about the servant heart attitude of everyone involved in this conference. The knowledge and wisdom imported by the speakers is invaluable, but when presented in concert with the obvious love and desire to help fellow Christian school educators succeed, the attendee leaves feeling as though s/he has truly experienced a reflection of Christ.— an academic administrator
I am walking away not only with the tools to be a better teacher, but also the renewed passion to guide these children to Christ.— a first through second grade teacher
Go! It's worth the time, effort and cost. You will be inspired, challenged, humbled and equipped to be the tool God created you to be.
If you would like to use BJU Press curriculum as intended, you must come to this conference! After teaching BJU Press subjects for 5+ years, I still came away with new ideas, understanding, and a new confidence to teach effectively.— a fourth grade teacher