Sunday February 27th - Tuesday March 1st. Three days and two nights - A time
full of excitement! Challenging teaching, fun and fellowship, and most important
the presence of God!!
Cost $65 per person
Location: Random Lake, WI
Bring bedding, pillow, towel, Bible, notebook, a snack to share, a mind to learn and a
heart to serve!
Departing from Zoofari Conference Center (9715 W. Bluemound Rd.) in Wauwatosa
on Sunday the 27th at 1:30pm. Tentatively returning to the Storm's home on Tuesday
March 1st at 7:00 pm.
Limited space available.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
We are gearing up for our first.........
FAITHFUL SOLDIER SUMMER YOUTH CAMP!!!!!
August 4th - 7th
Cost: $60 per person (this covers transportation, housing and food)
Near Shawano Lake, WI
Join us for four exciting days of life-changing - Christ-centered activities:
Powerful Preaching and Teaching!
Discussions on relevant issues facing young people
Games and Activities (because young people must have games!)
One day of outreach ministry
Not your ordinary summer camp!!!!
For questions or comments emails us:
If you plan on coming please copy and paste the following into a word doc, print out, (under 18 have your parent(s) sign) and bring to camp, along with a check made out to Faithful Soldier School or cash. Thanks!! Please be in prayer that many hearts would be touched by God's magnificent power!
PHONE NUMBER: __________________________________
PARENT'S NAME: ___________________________________
PARENT'S NUMBER: _________________________________
ADDITIONAL EMERGENCY CONTACT NAME and NUMBER:
IF under 18:
I, the parent / guardian of _________________ give permission to my son / daughter to attend the Faithful Soldier Summer Youth Camp.
Print (Parent Name)
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
WE had a team of 13 from various parts of the country travel with us to the Dominican Republic for a short term mission trip in January. We went to proclaim the gospel as well as to educate the population regarding two proposed reforms to the nations constitution soon up for vote before the legislature. The two primary reforms state that, "all human life shall be provided equal protection under law from conception until natural death." and that, "marriage is exclusively defined as between one man and one woman."
Most of our team were fluent in Spanish, a great asset while ministering in the DR. Our first day we staged a large press conference hailing ourselves as the Alliance for Life, a multi-national pro-life association. Members of our group were born in Guatemala, El Salvador, Mexico, as well as the US, so we represented each of those nations in our press conference - over twenty media outlets from around the Nation showed up and gave us top coverage! We made the statement that abortion is murder, it is a violation of the Law of God and is an extreme form of violence against women that MUST remain illegal in the DR!
Thursday, June 28, 2007
The life of this person, God as a human, was foretold by prophets of God for centuries. His name in the English language is Jesus Christ. We date our calendar in Western Civilization by His life, He is no fairytale. His life was well documented historically. The men that followed after him changed the whole world. Despite those who have misused His teachings for their own gain, Christianity has been the single greatest movement for good in the history of mankind; helping men and women to find this new life, to find their place as His children. To be one with Him and to walk with Him, to keep His commandments, this is to be a Christian.
Many critics of the Gospel of Christ, including the recent Da Vinci Code phenomenon attack the historical Jesus as recorded in the New Testament. The following quote was written in the 1800's by a Christian apologist in response to those who would say that the Apostles had deceptively fabricated the entire resurrection account for their own selfish ends (As is the contention in the Da Vinci Code!).
“Now, in conclusion, let us see what an unbeliever must believe in consistency with his profession. He must believe that the apostles were either such weak-minded men as to imagine that their crucified Master had been with them, from time to time, during forty days after his burial, had conversed with them, and eaten with them, and that they had every sensible evidence of his resurrection, while in truth he had not been near them, but was still in his sepulchre; or else that they were so wicked and deceitful as to go all over the world preaching that he was risen from the dead, when they knew it was a gross fabrication. Suppose the unbeliever to choose the latter of these alternatives. Then he believes, not only that those men were so singularly attached to this untruth as to give themselves up to all manner of disgrace, and persecutions and labour, for the sake of making all the world believe it, knowing that their own destruction could be the only consequence; but also, what is still more singular, that when they plunged, immediately at the outset of their ministry, into an immense multitude of those who, having lately crucified the Saviour, were full of enmity to his disciples; they succeeded, without learning, eloquence, power, or a single conceivable motive, in making three thousand of them believe that he, whom they had seen on the cross, was indeed alive again; and believe it so fully, as to renounce every thing, and be willing to suffer any thing, for the sake of it, and this on the very spot where the guards that had kept the sepulcher were at hand to tell what was become of the body of Jesus.
He must believe, moreover, that although in attempting to propagate a new religion to the exclusion of every other, they were undertaking what was entirely new, and opposed to the views of all nations; although the doctrines they preached were resisted by all the influence of the several priesthoods; all the power of the several governments; all the passions, habits, and prejudices of the people; and all the wit and pride of the philosophers of all nations… so that they encountered everywhere the most tremendous persecutions, till torture and death were almost synonymous with the name of Christian; although they had nothing to propose, to Jew or Gentile, as a matter of faith, but what the wisdom of the world ridiculed, and the vice of the world hated, and all men were united in despising; although they had nothing earthly with which to tempt any one to receive their fabrication, except the necessity of an entire change in all his habits and dispositions, and an assurance that tribulations and persecutions must be his portion: