Speaker Highlights

Tim Dernlan

Tim Dernlan

Dr. Timothy Dernlan earned an Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership from Ashland University and was named the Outstanding Graduate in 2013. He also holds an M.Ed. in...

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Joe Rigney

Joe Rigney

Dr. Joe Rigney serves as Fellow of Theology at New Saint Andrews College. He is the author of six books: Live Like a Narnian: Christian Discipleship in Lewis’s Chronicles...

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Brad Layland

Brad Layland

Brad Layland, CEO of The Focus Group, first learned how to raise money as a college student in 1993, while seeking to raise personal support as a part-time staff member for...

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Mandi Gerth

Mandi Gerth

Mandi Gerth serves alongside a dedicated team of classical educators at a collaborative model school in Fort Worth, Texas, where she currently teaches upper school...

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Louis Markos

Louis Markos

Dr. Louis Markos holds a B. A. in English and history from Colgate University and an M. A. and Ph. D. in English from the University of Michigan. He is a professor of...

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Andrew Kern

Andrew Kern

President of the CiRCE Institute; Vice President of The Lost Tools of Writing   Andrew Kern is the founder and president of the CiRCE Institute (Center for Independent...

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George Grant

George Grant

George Grant has started a lot of things and somehow or another he has even managed to finish a few of them. Currently, he is the pastor of Parish Presbyterian Church in...

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Douglas Wilson

Douglas Wilson

Douglas Wilson is the minister of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho. He is a founding board member of both Logos School and New Saint Andrews College, and serves as an...

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Bryan Lynch

Bryan Lynch

Bryan Lynch is Academic Dean at Veritas School, a preK–12 classical and Christian school in Newberg, Oregon. Bryan was a founding board member of Veritas, served as...

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Tim Griffith

Tim Griffith

Timothy Griffith is a Senior Fellow of Classical Languages at New Saint Andrews College, chairman of the Institute for Classical Languages, and director of the Universal...

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From Past Attendees …

I love the unapologetic, bold commitment to pro Deo et schola [for God and school] and the nourishment of mind, heart, and soul.

I appreciate the call to continue seeking the classical method and the continual teaching of what that really is. We all need this as most were not trained as teachers in our universities.

I … was blessed with some very real and practical things that can be put to use as soon as school resumes.

It is a feast of good teaching.

The Repairing the Ruins conference always reminds me of why I am devoting my time, treasure, and talents to classical Christian education.