Join us for our women’s retreat in McCall from September 22nd-24th! Lisa Hughes will be our guest speaker. She will be teaching on the subject of “Unmet Expectations”. It will be a sweet time of special fellowship with the ladies of New Hope! Register at CampPinewood.org/upcoming-events.html. If you can, sign up to stay both Friday & Saturday night in a Timothy cabin.
Camp Pinewood has made some changes to its registration website. Hopefully, these instructions will help.
Complete the “New Family Enrollment” by filling in your info as “Parent 1”. Make sure to tell them you attend New Hope Baptist!
Scroll down and also register yourself as a “Camper”.
Click on “Enrollment Options” at the bottom of the page to register for the Women’s Retreat.
On the next page, you can select “Stay 1 Night with Meals” and on the next page you can “Add an Additional Night”, which means you’ll stay Friday & Saturday nights.
- If you can only make it Saturday day & night, select “Stay 1 Night With Meals” and then type in that you want to stay Saturday night and not Friday night (you can do this in the space given to state which roommate or cabin you prefer).
“Plain and simple, life doesn’t always turn out the way we imagined. Yet, we can respond in God-glorifying ways even when circumstances fall short of our desired hopes and expectations. With practical, biblical counsel from the Scriptures, we have the tools we need to put away sinful responses and be women who smile at the future (Proverbs 31:25). In reshaping how we think about disappointments, trials, and delays, we can grow in contentment, trust, and hope in the unexpected parts of life.” – Lisa Hughes, from her book “Unmet Expectations”
We will be hosting a special performance of Beethoven’s works performed by Sam Rotman on Friday, September 22nd at 7:00 pm. Please invite your friends and family!
New Hope will be hosting this special conference which will focus on the Temple, past, present, & future. Register online through the link below.
FIGI starts back up on Friday, September 29th at 7:00 pm! Pat Roy will talk about the “Journey to Novarupta” which will include videos, auto dramatization, and clips of interviews with the explorers! Here’s a sneak peak…
The biggest eruption in modern times happened in the Alaskan Peninsula in 1912. It was 30 times larger than Mount Saint Helens…[Exploration at this location has revealed] evidence for a worldwide flood, and a biblical ice-age!