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VBS 2024 – Dare to Be!

VBS 2024 – Dare to Be!

With Purpose Firm and Courage to Stand!

Arrive by 5:30 p.m. on July 8 for check-in

Exploring the Story of Daniel and how to stand for Jesus

Vacation Bible School (VBS) runs July 8 – 13, 2024 from 6 to 8:00 pm

Each evening the kids will experience an exciting and rewarding program that enables them to follow Jesus and stand for Him! Our Dare to Be VBS focuses on the story of Daniel and teaches the character traits of
 Faithfulness,
 Wisdom,
 Humility,
 Courage and
 Trustworthiness.

All aspects of this VBS program point kids to follow Jesus.  Register below!


2024 Family Life Summit

2024 Family Life Summit

Strengthening Bonds & Building Faith

Meet our Guests/Speakers

Pastor Royce and Laurie Snyman

Pastor Royce Snyman served as a pastor, then Personal Ministries Director, and later as Ministerial Department Director for the Michigan Conference until his retirement in 2021. He’s a 1977 graduate of Pacific Union College and from Andrews Seminary with an M.Div. in 1980. Laurie graduated from PUC in 1977 and Wayne State University in 1986 with a Master of Social Work degree. She has spent 36 years as a counselor and is a licensed social worker who owned her own practice, Awakenings Family Therapy in Lansing, Michigan for 25 years. The Snymans met at PUC, and as of this June have celebrated 47 years of marriage. They have one daughter, Kristen Snyman Harvey, living with her husband in Hixson, Tennessee. They also have a son by ‘adoption’, Carlot Dorve, and he is married to Kiara. Royce and Laurie enjoy people, traveling from time to time, and birding. 

Charles Haugabrooks

Charles Haugabrooks was the featured singer on the “It Is Written” telecast for over a decade.  His distinctive tenor voice interprets gospel songs with unusual intensity and passion. Watch Charles sing only one song and you’ll know he enjoys singing! “In some miraculous way, music got into me,” he explains. Singing became a way of life and he enjoys serving God through this ministry of music.

Dr. Anthony and Deloris Gordon

Dr. Anthony L. Gordon, Counseling Psychologist, practicing Family Relational Health Therapist, has been serving Jamaica and several countries in the global community in several capacities since he began professional work in 1971. He has authored 9 books on education, psychology and family relational health. He has been married to Deloris Gordon for 48 years come August 2024. Deloris, with a M.Sc. in  Counselling Psychology, served as a Special Educator, School Guidance Counsellor and Vice Principal. Together they have established Family Relational Health Services International, a family health education, assessment and therapy program and have conducted seminars and workshops across the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, the US and Canada.  Anthony and Deloris have two adult children and three grandchildren. The Gordons, motto is: “People Need People.”

Family Fun Day “Walk, Run, Ride, Brunch” on Sunday, June 16 at 9:00 AM

Family Fun Day “Walk, Run, Ride, Brunch” on Sunday, June 16 at 9:00 AM

Join us at the 2024 Family Fun Day to “Walk, Run, Ride, Brunch”! It will take place on Sunday, June 16, 2024, 9.00 am at Rotary Park in Beavercreek, Ohio. After everyone returns from biking, running, or walking, we will then eat brunch together in the park shelter reserved. Pray for good weather! Bring your soccer & footballs, bubbles, cornholes, and let’s have some fun!

Running & Walking Info

If the weather is good, the wetland trail is a gorgeous view of nature. The wetlands trail is marked. If the weather is bad, there is a path on a hard surface to avoid getting muddy.

Biking Info

All bikers need to be able to keep a 10-mile-per-hour pace, and we will go from Rotary Park to Grange Hall Road and back.

Here’s the route – We will bike together from Rotary Park through Angels Pass Park to Creek Side Trail, then on pass Beavercreek Station to Grange Hall Road turnaround.  We will break for 5 minutes then head back.  The entire route is paved and the halfway point is 4.5 miles (making a total of 9 miles).


Sign-up


    WALK (2 miles/40 minutes)RUN (Wetland Trail at Rotary Park - 2 miles/20 minutes)BIKE (Rotary Park to Beavercreek Station and back - 9 miles/50 minutes)CornholesSoccer/FootballAttending in support, but not biking, running, or walking.


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    Location & Directions

    Address of park: 2260 Dayton-Xenia

    From U.S. 35:

    • Turn north on Factory Road (east of North Fairfield Road)
    • Then turn right on Dayton-Xenia Road
    • Go about 2 blocks past Beaver Valley Road
    • The park will be on your left

    Or

    • Turn north on Orchard Lane
    • Then left on Dayton-Xenia Road
    • The park will be on the right

    View the map on Google Earth.

    MindFit – Mental Health Event

    MindFit – Mental Health Event

    Our continent is facing a mental health crisis . . . and no community is immune. But we all can play a vital role in this battle. MindFit is a series that cuts to the core of the issues—exposing the roots of mental illness and stigma, and exploring how modern medicine AND biblical faith offer real tools to those who want to help and hope for those struggling.

    Register today! – Click here to register.

    https://mindfitevent.com/919