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Details & Directions

Maranatha Bible and Missionary Conference Grounds

Thank you to all who made our 2013 conference a fantastic success. 

We are busy making plans for our 2014 conference.  In the meantime, we’ve left information about our 2013 conference on our site.  Know that 2014 will be another exciting year.  You won’t want to miss it.  Join us in the crisp fall air, under the fall colors along Lake Michigan’s shore.

Do you want to improve your writing skills or find a publisher?  Plan now to register for the next Maranatha Christian Writers’ Conference.  Our faculty provides the individual attention and the one-on-one consultations you need.

Although many of our instructors frequent larger conferences across the country, a conference like ours allows you to benefit from their expertise in a more personal way.  As you visit this site, don’t miss our entire list of faculty experts who are ready to help you at Maranatha.  Our excellent instructor/registrant ratio, makes this conference a source of information and inspiration to both novice and experienced writers.

This conference takes advantage of an awesome setting, near Muskegon, Michigan.  Fall in Michigan comes with autumn colors and cool breezes drifting off beautiful Lake Michigan. Your favorite sweatshirts and jeans are the expected wardrobe.  Comfortable facilities and mouth-watering food complete the perfect time and place to focus on your writing skills.

We’re a local writers’ conference with BIG benefits.

WRITE WITH PURPOSE
“Many are the plans in a man’s heart,
but it is the Lord’s purpose that prevails.”
Proverbs 19:21

Maranatha Bible and Missionary Conference
4759 Lake Harbor • Muskegon, MI 49441
Call 231-798-2161 for more information
info@WriteWithPurpose.org

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Maranatha Bible and Missionary Conference
4759 Lake Harbor Road
Muskegon, Michigan 49441

phone: 231-798-2161
fax: 231-798-2152

 

Maranatha is nestled on the shore of Lake Michigan near Muskegon, Michigan.

From Grand Rapids, Lansing, Detroit and other points east taking I-96 into Muskegon:
Fastest Route: I-96 becomes Business 31 / Seaway Drive, about two miles after the road becomes Business 31 there will be a split. Stay to the left (stay on Business 31 / Seaway Drive). Continue on to Seminole and make a left on Seminole (this will be the third traffic light after the road turns into Seaway Drive). Take Seminole to Lake Harbor Road, then make a left on Lake Harbor Road to Maranatha (directly on the right after the bridge).

Scenic Route:
Follow I-96 west to Exit 4 (Airline Road – Fruitport). Follow the signs to Hoffmaster State Park. You will take Airline Road south to Pontaluna Road. You will then turn right (west) on Pontaluna. Follow the road to Hoffmaster State Park, continue on this road as it curves north by the park and turns in to Lake Harbor Road. Continue and you will see Maranatha on the left (west side of the road).

From Ludington, Traverse City and other points north taking US 31 into Muskegon:
Take US 31 south to the Pontaluna Road exit, south of Muskegon. Turn right (west) on Pontaluna. Follow the signs to Hoffmaster State Park, continue on this road as it curves north by the state park and turns in to Lake Harbor Road. Continue and you will see Maranatha on the left (west side of the road).

From Grand Haven, Holland and other points south taking US 31 toward Muskegon:
Take US 31 north to the Pontaluna Road exit, north of Grand Haven. Turn left (west) on Pontaluna. Follow the signs to Hoffmaster State Park, continue on this road as it curves north by the state park and turns in to Lake Harbor Road. Continue and you will see Maranatha on the left (west side of the road).

From Newago, and other points north-east taking M-46 into Muskegon:
Take M-46 (Apple Avenue) west toward Muskegon until you reach US 31. Take US 31 south to the Pontaluna Road exit, south of Muskegon. Turn right (west) on Pontaluna. Follow the signs to Hoffmaster State Park, continue on this road as it curves north by the state park and turns in to Lake Harbor Road. Continue and you will see Maranatha on the left (west side of the road).

See more details about our beautiful campus at: http://vacationwithpurpose.org/