From their website "We believe that the doctrine of the sufficiency of Scripture is the most important doctrinal battleground in the Church today with the purity of the Church, the supremacy of the gospel, the biblical family, and the survival of Christian civilization hanging in the balance.
Known as “Sola Scriptura” during the reformation, this doctrine teaches that Scripture is fully adequate in both content and clarity for “everything pertaining to life (salvation) and godliness (sanctification)” including the ordering of nations, churches, and families (2 Pet. 1:3-4; 2 Tim. 3:16-17)....
This conference will call Christians back to their foundation, affirming that the Scripture alone is sufficient to direct their lives and the life of their families, their churches, and their country in the 21st Century. Whether you are a father, mother, child, common laborer, or an elder in a local church, there will be important messages for everyone with topics including
The accuracy of the Scriptures from the very first verse,
Biblical church government,
Biblical manhood and womanhood,
Biblical worship, and much more.
Join us with your family, friends and church as we seek to rebuild the crumbling foundations, repair the breaches, and restore the paths to dwell in."
Speakers are Doug Phillips of Vision Forum,
Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis,
Kevin Swanson of Generations With Vision,
Voddie Baucham of Grace Family Baptist Church,
Paul Washer of HeartCry Missionary Society,
Joe Morecraft of the "Counsel of Chalcedon" and the New Southern Presbyterian Review
Andy Davis of First Baptist Church, Durham NC,
Jeff Pollard of Mt. Zion Bible Church,
and William Einwechter of the National Reform Association.
I have heard all of them before except Andy Davis and Steve Breagy so I know the conference should be good.
Plus you get a free ticket to the Creation Museum, how much better can it get?