Sharon Smith requests prayer for one of her students at Ninety Six High School (SC).
“On June 24th, Katherine Mackin, a rising senior, will undergo the same sort of brain surgery that I had at MUSC in Charleston. She would welcome your prayers for her and her family during this stressful time.
Your prayers helped me achieve a successful result and I am certain they would benefit Katherine as well.
Order Books Online
Dear pastors, elders, and friends,
It was a privilege to be able to serve you at the Synod meeting at Bonclarken last week. If you were unable to come by our book table, you can still purchase any of the books online with free shipping for orders over $15.
Click here for books by Rev Iain Murray
We also have copies left of the book recommended by Rev. Murray.
Click here for the book Robert Murray M’Cheyne, by Andrew Bonar H
“Remember your leaders, those who spoke to you the word of God. Consider the outcome of their way of life, and imitate their faith” (Hebrews 13:7 ESV). Timeless Christian Books
Camp Joy’s 30-Year Celebration on July 4th!
Calling all campers, counselors and friends of Camp Joy! Please come to Camp Joy at the Bonclarken Conference Center on Saturday, July 4th for a celebration of 30 remarkable years.
Check in at Convocation Hall (under the dining hall) starting at 10 a.m. and stay for lunch, fellowship, silent auction and fun.
It will be a day to remember!
Please email your Camp Joy friends and spread the word! Visit www.CampJoyCEM.com for details!
Returning to Rwanda
Erskine Seminary graduate Benjamin Mushuhki will return to Rwanda this weekend, after several weeks of speaking engagements in area churches. But before he leaves, he will speak one last time on Sunday, June 28, during the Sunday school hour at Neely’s Creek ARP Church in Rock Hill, SC.
The 28-year-old survived the 1994 Rwandan genocide by hiding among dead bodies until he reached the border of Uganda. He eventually returned to Rwanda to become a teacher. His mother and sister are his only surviving relatives.
Hundreds of thousands of children became orphaned as a result of the genocide. Mushuhki has vowed to help these children by raising tuition fees for them to attend schools, and by placing some in foster homes. Pray for his REACH Rwanda ministry and for safe travel as he flies home on Sunday. Read this remarkable young man’s story in a subsequent issue of The Associate Reformed Presbyterian. Subscribe online now at arpmagazine.org.
Family Bible Conference 2009
This year’s FBC will be held July 20-23 at the Bonclarken Conference Center, Flat Rock, NC. Speakers will be Dr. Mark Ross and Rev. Rick Phillips. Tracie Miles, of Proverbs 31 Ministries, will speak on Tuesday for Women’s Ministries. She will also speak in the chapel at separate seminars on teaching the WM study book, “Salvation through Judgment and Mercy.”
Women’s Ministries Annual Meeting
Don’t forget that WM will kick things off at 1 p.m. Monday, July 20 in the Bonclarken Chapel. The annual meeting lineup promises to deliver outstanding speakers and musicians. “They will energize and excite our women for a new year of ministry in their local churches,” said WM Administrator Elizabeth Burns. “If you are looking for suggestions and ideas for your ministry, I encourage you not to miss this event.”