2009 Essay Contest

Calling all that are mighty with the pen!

Here is your mission:
Define for us the difference between a Reformation and a Revolution. One ends in order, the other in chaos. Why? You may also consider comparing the key ideological and theological differences between America's War for Independence and the French Revolution.

For the younger student group (ages 8-12), write in your own words an exciting narrative describing the writing and/or signing of the Declaration of Independence.

E-mail it, or mail it postmarked, on or before March 7, 2009.

To: Info@libertyday.net

Or, to: Liberty Day Essay Contest
PO Box 354
Harvard, IL 60033

There are three categories, and prizes awarded to each!

Students ages 8-12 - 200-300 words
Students ages 13-18 - 400-600 words
Adults ages 19-99 - 600-800 words

Be sure to include the author's name, date of birth, phone number, and email address!

Please email essay as a Microsoft Word document, or, if mailed, essay must be printed on white paper in 12 point Times New Roman font.

Essay authors must be registered to attend the 2009 Liberty Day Conference. Authors who have not registered for Liberty Day 2009 will have their essays disqualified.

Winners will be announced during our Liberty Day Celebration on March 21, 2009 which will take place at Medinah Baptist Church, in Medinah, Illinois.

Happy writing!

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