SPEAKERS

A C. S. Lewis Conference for all Mere Christians.

Featuring Three internationally-known C. S. Lewis authors and speakers and accomplished singer-songwriter:

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Dr. Christin Ditchfield

Dr. Christin Ditchfield

Speaking on the Chronicles of Narnia

Christin Ditchfield is a popular conference speaker, Bible teacher, and author of nearly 90 books, including the best-selling A Family Guide to Narnia: Biblical Truths in C.S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia, and a dozen other guides to spiritual truth in classic literature. Christin holds a masters degree (MA) in Bible & Theology and doctorate (DMin) in Spiritual Formation. She shares her love of all things Lewis with her husband, Lewis scholar and Episcopal priest Andrew Lazo.

Professor K. Alan Snyder

Professor K. Alan Snyder

Speaking on "The Screwtape Letters"

Dr. K. Alan Snyder is a professor of history who has taught at Christian universities for more than thirty years. He is the author of six books. His teaching emphasis has been on American religious, intellectual, and political history. Over the last decade, Dr. Snyder has shifted that emphasis to an in-depth study of C. S. Lewis. The first fruits of that new emphasis was America Discovers C. S. Lewis: His Profound Impact, published in 2016. His second Lewis book, along with co-author Jamin Metcalf, is entitled Many Times & Many Places: C. S. Lewis & the Value of History, published in 2023. Dr. Snyder was awarded the Clyde S. Kilby Research Grant by the Marion E. Wade Center at Wheaton College in 2022.

The Rev'd Andrew Lazo

The Rev'd Andrew Lazo

Speaking on "Mere Christianity"

The Rev’d Andrew Lazo (MA, MDiv) is an Episcopal priest serving in the Orlando (FL) area and an internationally-recognized C. S. Lewis scholar with a  number of publications to his credit. He serves as Distinguished Lecturer in the Romantic Theology (Inklings) Program at Northwind Seminary, co-hosts Pints With Jack, a weekly C. S. Lewis podcast, and a frequent conference and retreat speaker, focusing on Lewis, Tolkien, and their literary friends. He is also the glad husband of bestselling author and popular speaker Dr. Christin Ditchfield Lazo.

Matt Wheeler

Matt Wheeler

Musician

A troubadour, a poet with a guitar, and a stage banter-conversationalist, Matt Wheeler lives in Lancaster County, PA with his wife and teenage son. He specializes in songs based on classic works of literature. His 2021 album Wonder of It All, features songs and stories based on books including C. S. Lewis’s The Horse and His Boy and J. R. R. Tolkein’s The Hobbit. In September 2023, he released A Hard History of Love, an album based on a series of Wendell Berry’s short stories.