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172nd Annual Gathering

American Baptist Churches of Wisconsin

Friday-Saturday September 23-24, 2016

Camp Tamarack, E879 Golke Rd, Waupaca, WI

    

     …Experience beauty in the midst of creation

     …Be stretched for mission and ministry

     …Deepen faith with fellow Christ-disciples

     …Respond in the presence of our Creator

  …worship – study – give – receive – simply gather…

and see the work of the Holy Spirit among us

 

 

 

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REGISTRATION FORM

REGISTRATION BOOKLET

POSTER (11 x 17)

 

DIRECTIONS TO CAMP TAMARACK

E879 Golke Road Waupaca, WI 54981

 

From the South East (Milwaukee)

Take Hwy 41 North to Osh Kosh. Exit right at Exit 120. Merge onto US45 N. Merge onto US10W.  In Waupaca, take exit to WI-54W. Make  left onto 54W. Go 3.5 miles. Make a left onto  County Rd Q. AFter 1 mile make a right onto Golke Rd. Camp will be on the right.

 

From the South (Madison)

Take Hwy 39 North, to Hwy 21 North, to Hwy 22 East, turn left on Cnty Rd QQ and another left on Hwy Q, turn left on to Golke Rd. The camp will be the next left.

From the West (Stevens Point)

Take Hwy 10 east, to Hwy 54 west, turn left on Hwy Q and about a mile down the road, turn right on to Golke Rd. The camp will be the next left.

For more specific driving directions go to Google Maps and enter "Camp Tamarack Baptist" for directions from your location.

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Open Classroom Series

A taste of seminary education at an affordable cost

 
•  Have you ever wondered how written and oral histories of faith communities get shaped and why some stories are left out?
•  Do you yearn to share your testimony in a way that inspires others to seek God?
•  Which is more essential in the communication of the gospel: doctrine or story?
•  Can you envision the impact of bringing the power of hidden history, spiritual truth, and storytelling can have on the next generation of believers?
 
This Fall 2016/Winter 2017, explore answers to these questions with others who are serious about taking their faith deeper.

“Storied Community:

Narrative Historical Theology”

Professor: John A. Jones IV, Ph.D.

The truths of God's Good News and work in the world are communicated first and foremost in story. Human beings are story-making and story-seeking creatures. And the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the story in which we come to know God, ourselves, and salvation. Story is an inescapable aspect of the human experience. This fall and winter, explore the fullness of story as the fundamental category for the communication of truth. In a fast-paced and rapidly changing world, the story of what God has done and is doing in the world can ground our faith and our efforts at ministry.
COURSE MEETS: Fridays 6:30-9:30pm; Saturdays 8:30am-1pm
Sept 23-24, Oct 28-29, Jan. 20-21 & Feb. 11 (Student Presentation Public Event)

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Storytelling Workshop for Adults

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Faith Community Historians

Everyone has a story to tell.

This is a hands-on workshop, with an experienced EX Fabula storytelling coach.

Friday, October 28, 2016   7:00-9:00 pm

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