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For the past several years, we have been hosting our annual conference at Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois. We will return to Trinity again in 2023, October 12–14 (you can buy your tickets on our website). Beginning in 2024, however, we may need to find a new venue. If you know of a venue that can handle at least 400 attendees, is within 30 minutes of a major airport, and is within walking distance of nearby hotels, please send an email to William@fsj.org. Thank you.

J. Douglas Johnson is the executive editor of Touchstone and the executive director of the Fellowship of St. James.

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