Thursday, October 23, 2008

Who Wants To Go To Monterey?

For several years we have been having a great camp for our young people and our children. We named it "Freedom Week". Now this was not because of anything beyond the fact that the only dates available at Old Oak Ranch were July 4th Week. So, we call it "Freedom Week".
Well every year has been a great success and has blessed every church involved and we see a greater need for our congregations to have what we were seeing our youth and kids get at Freedom Week. So, we launched the idea of Freedom Week Family Camp.
By the way the sponsoring pastors are Pastor Bobo - Redding, CA, Pastor Domingues - Sanger, CA, Pastor Grayson - Concord, CA, Pastor Kasinger - Susanville, CA, Pastor Young - Elk Grove, CA and our church in San Jose, CA. There have been several other Pastors support this event in the past from as far away as Washington, Nevada and the distant land of So Cal.
So here are the details of what is going to happen July 1-8 of 2009 in Monterey, California.
July 1-3 is a simultaneous Adult Family Camp and Junior Camp ages 7-12. The JR. Camp speaker is Pastor Jerry McCool from Auburn, CA and he is awesome.
The Adult family camp is having some of the finest preachers and teachers in the apostolic movement. Pastor Rick Mayo, Pastor Rick Treece, Pastor B.J. Wilmoth, Pastor Larry Booker, Pastor N.J. Wilson and the illustrious Talmadge French who is one of the finest apostolic scholars of our time. July 6-8 is our Senior Camp and it is always a slam dunk. This year our night speaker is Pastor Doug White.
I am so excited for the church's that are involved in Freedom Week Family Camp. With all of the challenges that we are facing what a great way to deal with them by gathering together and hearing clear and certain messages and having deep moves of Gods Spirit that give direction and purpose.
That's whats on my mind...the future of our church and its family's. Make plans to be there and experience this monumental event in one of the most beautiful city's in the entire nation.
The future looks bright in Monterey.

2 comments:

Shannon said...

Pastor,
This looks beautiful! Not the "fairground" look I was expecting when orginally announced. We look forward to it.

The Prados said...

Wow...this place really does look cool. The line up of speakers sounds pretty intense as well.