Interior Camp Meeting Energizes Members

Interior Camp Meeting Energizes Members "I don’t have to protect what is mine because it is God’s,” said Byron Dulan, guest speaker for the Alaska interior camp meeting held July 14–16 at Harding Lake state campground, halfway between Fairbanks and Delta Junction on the Alaska Highway. “The trouble is we are trying to do heavenly things with human resources,” Dulan continued. “Success doesn’t depend on others or resources; it depends on obedience.” Dulan, Washington Conference Adventist Community Services and regional affairs director, called the 160 attendees from Fairbanks, North Pole, Delta Junction and Tok to action. He encouraged the attendees to minister to the outcasts of society and to the strangers within our midst. One of the highlights of the weekend was the baptism in Harding Lake on Sabbath afternoon of Melody McDaniel and her two daughters, Megan and Tessa. They are joining the Fairbanks Church.

Interior Camp Meeting Energizes Members

"I don’t have to protect what is mine because it is God’s,” said Byron Dulan, guest speaker for the Alaska interior camp meeting held July 14–16 at Harding Lake state campground, halfway between Fairbanks and Delta Junction on the Alaska Highway. “The trouble is we are trying to do heavenly things with human resources,” Dulan continued. “Success doesn’t depend on others or resources; it depends on obedience.”

Dulan, Washington Conference Adventist Community Services and regional affairs director, called the 160 attendees from Fairbanks, North Pole, Delta Junction and Tok to action. He encouraged the attendees to minister to the outcasts of society and to the strangers within our midst.

One of the highlights of the weekend was the baptism in Harding Lake on Sabbath afternoon of Melody McDaniel and her two daughters, Megan and Tessa. They are joining the Fairbanks Church.

September 01, 2005 / Alaska Conference
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