Hillsboro Family Camp

July 26, 2006 — 4 Comments

I had the privilege of speaking on Monday and Tuesday at the 35th annual Hillsboro Family Camp in Hillsboro, Ohio.

http://www.p2pm.org/family_camp1.htm

This is a camp that attracts thousands of people from all around the country to a campground in Southern Ohio for a week of preaching, singing, camping, Bible Study, devotions, and a whole lot of fun.

This is a huge event. I was told that there were about 600 teens at the evening teen sessions, hundreds of children in the kids’ program, and over 1000 at the evening adult session. Thousands of people camp out all over the valley, shower in bathhouses (or in their really nice RV’s), cook over camp fires, and listen to a lot of good preaching throughout each day.

I was blessed by the singing, the preaching, and the opportunity to meet a lot of nice Christian brothers and sisters.

Some of the people at Hillsboro are fond of saying that Hillsboro Family camp offers some of the sweetest fellowship this side of heaven.

From what I experienced this week, I’d have to agree.

If you and your family like camping out and are looking for an opportunity to be spiritually refreshed, you might want to go ahead and mark your calendar for the week of the last Tuesday in July and reserve your space in that beautiful valley in southern Ohio.

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4 responses to Hillsboro Family Camp

  1. 

    Aaron, do you know of similiar camps like Hillsboro in the Pacific Northwest

    Pascal Redfern

  2. 

    Pascal–Let me see what I can find out for you, but let me also invite others to help us.

    Is there someone out there in blogdom that might be able to direct me and Pascal to a family camp in the Northwest?

    Be blessed!

  3. 

    Pascal,

    There is Family Camp West that takes place in northern Arizona near Flaggstaff. Dr. Jack Cottrell will be speaking there this year. Please contact Barry Thornton of Paseo Verde Christian Church: barrythornton@pvchristianchurch.com

  4. 
    steve martin creston, Iowa July 26, 2011 at 10:49 am

    cool beans. praise God

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