By Vicar Jake Parsons
I pray that the sharing of your faith
may become effective for the full knowledge of every good thing
that is in us for the sake of Christ. – Philemon 1:6
dates august 10-12
location camp carter
6200 Sand Springs Road, Fort Worth, TX
lodging air conditioned cabins
activities pool; field games; hiking; water sports; basketball; volleyball
other team building; tie-dye; s’mores; bonfire; group worship; pit o’death; archery; b.b. guns
meals/food most meals will be catered by camp carter and served in their dinning hall
*snacks & water provided upon arrival and throughout weekend.
The apostle Paul asks, even pleads with Philemon that he would treat the man Onesimus with respect, dignity and Christian love regardless of the fact that Onesimus was Philemon’s slave and worth nothing in the eyes of the world. We don’t know how things worked out for Philemon and Onesimus Paul never wrote “Philemon Part II.”
Everyday God asks us to work with one another, to love each other and to respect and care for our family. Paul teaches us through this letter that love requires us to work together even when things aren’t perfect in our home and in our church.
Expect to be challenged by God’s Word this weekend as we learn together how to work as a team, a family in Christ.
To register, click here.
schedule – highlights only
arrive 5-6:30 pm (cabin assignments)
tie-dye & wet zone 5 – 7 pm (big field)
(snacks and drinks)
NOTE: Dinner is not provided friday night.
welcome: 8:30 pm (the point)
bonfire & s’mores
team building 9 am-noon
lunch 12-noon (dining hall)
bbq brisket diner 5:30-6:30pm (picnic pavilion)
worship 7-7:45 pm (chapel)
bonfire & ice cream 9-10 pm (the point)
check out 8-11 am
For more information, contact Vicar Jake at jake@PeaceChurch.org.