2021 New England Foundations Conference
General Information


  • 8:00am-9:00am            Check-in and Fellowship

  • 9:00am-10:10am          General Session #1

  • 10:20am-11:00am         Workshop Session #1

  • 11:10am-12:20pm        General Session #2

  • 12:20pm-1:20pm          Lunch

  • 1:20pm-1:50pm            Q/A with Guest Speaker

  • 2:00pm-2:40pm            Workshop Session #3

  • 2:50pm-4:00pm            General Session #3



General Session #1 - Dr. Carl Herbster

The Importance of the Scripture to the Family



General Session #2 - Pastor Taigen Joos

The Importance of the Church to the Family



General Session #3 - Dr. Carl Herbster

– Hope for the Messy Home

Workshop Information


Dr. Carl Herbster

“Current Threats to the Family” – A discussion of what is happening now in our society and government and the potential threats that these bring.


Rev. Taigen Joos

“Culture and the Church” – A variety of cultural issues face the Christian and the church today. Come and grow in your understanding of cultural issues from a foundational level, so that you can faithfully discern what is true, good and beautiful to God. 

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Dr. Joel Nason

“Harmony at Home; Biblical Conflict Resolution for Believing Families” Having a home that brings honor to our Lord does not happen by accident. Disagreements that become full conflicts are part of life in a fallen world full of broken humans. See how God’s Word gives practical counsel on turning battlegrounds into blessings in your family.


Pastor Jared Heatherly

Every marriage starts out with two people filled with optimism and idealism. God’s Word gives us a picture of His ideal for the Christian marriage. If our marriages are to demonstrate the glory of God, we must pursue the picture that He has given us.

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Mrs. Andee Lewis

“Making My Home Glorious” -  When the Lord Jesus told the former demoniac of Gadera to “go home and tell what great things God has done for you,” He was giving the man a very hard job. The hardest place to glorify the Lord and seek excellence is in our own homes. How can you remind yourself to strive for the best in your role as wife, mother, sister, grandmother, or aunt?