Saturday, March 21st
With increased uncertainty with how long the COVID-19 situation is going to last, and with the strong recommendations from each country for their citizens to return home, we have made the decision to remain closed for the remainder of the semester and have asked all guests to return home.
We are tentatively planing to begin online courses on March 30th. More information about online classes will be sent to students.
Of the many “birth-rights” that a Christian possesses as a child of God, peace is one of the most significant and least appreciated. The Bible emphasizes its importance constantly. The Jewish people to this day greet each other with “Shalom” (peace) and pray longingly for it. Jesus is our peace. Therefore, we can always, in all circumstances, walk in peace as we walk with Jesus and abide in Him. In the turbulent uncertainty of these days, the world needs to see and know what we have. I pray that we, as God’s people, will manifest what we possess (peace), giving witness with our lives and words to the peace that is available through faith in Christ.
God is good!
At this time we are still planning to have summer camp. We will continue to monitor the government’s recommendations. If we are required to cancel camp, registered campers will receive a full refund.
We are so sorry that we had to cancel the 2020 Ladies Retreat. Our guest speaker was not able to come because of Canada’s restrictions on travel, and the CDC has suggested limiting groups of more than 50 people. A full refund will be given.
In the midst of this rapidly evolving situation, we know the Lord is fully sufficient to lead us in His joy and life! May each of us continue to have our eyes fixed on Christ.