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This year for summer camp, we decided to do something a bit different and send our teens to The Wilds of New England instead of the original North Carolina version. Having been a community center for many years, the New Hampshire campsite became a Christian conference center but was later abandoned. Through a series of providential events, the director of TWNE, Rand Hummel, worked with others towards continuing The Deering Center through The Wilds Christian Association, answering a longtime prayer and desire to establish a conservative Christian camp in New England. Though the ministry has a unique and smaller feel to it, the biblical philosophy and lively program of The Wilds continues. We are excited to take a group to experience it firsthand in just a few weeks. Please pray that real change and healthy friendships will be established and continue as a result of our week at The Wilds of New England this year.

 

Pray for our young people during these weeks!

 

  • TSBC Teen Camp 1: July 4-9 with Seth Ferguson
  • TSBC Junior Camp 2: July 25-30 with Adrian Burden
  • Wilds Camp: July 25-30 with Morris Gleiser

* There’s still room at all three camps. Just let us know ASAP if you’re interested.

 

Thanks to all those who helped at the VBS Work Day on Tuesday. Things are starting to shape up for our journey to the Old West in just a few weeks!

VBS – Gold Rush

Monday-Friday    July 11-15

9:30-12:00    Ages 4-14

You can register your kids online this year at: www.hardingville.com.

All children pre-registered will receive 5 extra Gold Nuggets!

 

– Pastor Bruce

About Pastor Bruce Dare
Pastor Bruce Dare served as an Assistant to the Pastor from 2007 to 2015, filling a primary administration role along with various teaching and discipleship responsibilities. The Lord greatly used Pastor Bruce to ensure stability and sound administration during the year following the home-going of Pastor Franklin, for which the HBC family is very grateful.