Theme: Evangelism | Speaker: Rev. Eric Watkins | July 2-6, 2018
Come, register for a wonderful time of fellowship and refreshment at the 23rd Annual OPC Family Camp of the Michigan-Ontario Presbytery, held at the beautiful Lincoln Lake in southwest Michigan. Our registration deadline is June 24, but space is limited, so now is the time to register. For more information, contact Alan Quick at email@example.com.
Our 2018 camp will focus on evangelism. What is the place of evangelism in OPC identity? It is sometimes suggested that reformed theology does not incline itself to evangelism. This year’s conference will seek to not only dispel that notion, but create a certain sense of excitement about the role of evangelism in the history of the OPC, and more importantly, the role it can and should play in our current practice. Part of the presentations will be based on passages of Scripture that encourage us to see our part in God’s mission to save a people for Himself; other presentations will focus on the vital role that evangelism played in the history and identity of the OPC, and lastly, some of the presentations will discuss practical ways that we can strengthen our churches in their ability to be salt and light to the world around us. Please bring your Bibles, pen and paper, and a willing spirit.
Something for everyone: Enriching Sessions for adults and teens, nursery, classes and crafts for ages 3-6, classes for ages 7-10, classes for Jr. High students, fishing, boating, swimming, archery, delicious breakfasts and suppers, fellowship with other believers, campfire fun, candy store, line dancing, volleyball, recreation, singing, spiritual refreshment, excellent biblical teachers…