Family camp speakers

bouquet sticky.jpgChapel services are held at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sundays and weekdays through the family camp season. Services are open to the public and nursery is provided. After chapel Sunday morning, join us for Sac Sunday Dinner, a traditional after-church meal ($10). Sunday nights and after weekday chapel services, the Snack Barn will be open for ice cream, snacks and light meals.

Please click on each speaker’s name for his biography.

bouleyWEEK 1 — June 24-July 1: Bill Boulet has been senior pastor of Heritage Baptist Church in Lakeland, Fla., since 1998 and has more than 30 years of pastoral experience. His consistent and overriding passion to make disciples of Christ has been instrumental in leading people to Christ and equipping them into mature faith.

WEEK 2 — July 1-8: Dr. Greg Gifford, who has been pastoring churches, teaching and counseling in the Massachusetts, New York and Ohio areas. He also served on staff of Sacandaga Bible Conference in his youth. Dr. Gifford will be speaking Monday to Friday for our 10 am and 7 pm chapel services.

For our Sunday morning service the word will be brought by Joseph Ferguson of Northeastern Bible College. Dr. Michael McDill, a professor at Northeastern Bible College will be speaking for our Sunday night service at 7 pm.

Alec Hutchins PhotographyWEEK 3 — July 8-15: Rob Decker has for more than 15 years served as lead pastor of Triad Baptist Church in Kernersville, N.C. He is a gifted communicator and leader — a visionary convicted about speaking the truth of the Gospel as plainly as possible — with a passion for helping people meet Jesus.

bouquetWEEK 4 —July 15-22: John Bouquet, has been pastor of Bethel Baptist Church in Savannah, Ohio, since 1982, and also has been  teaching students at the Word of Life Bible Institute in Schroon Lake, N.Y., since 1991. He seeks to complete God’s command to “go” make disciples and evangelize the world. This is his fourth consecutive summer at Sac.