For the morning prayer devotion, Pastor Marina De Luna spoke about being co-workers of Christ and the importance that prayer played in this endeavor. She emphasized that the bible mentions that the devil is in a hurry so we must also hurry in spreading the Gospel of Christ.
The Goodman of the House, during the first seminar, mentioned that to be restored is to be separated from the whims of the world. Apostle Arsenio T. Ferriol also spoke about the importance of the Church of Christ in fulfilling this mandate.
Bishop Aldrin Palanca, flying all the way from the Middle East, reinforced the theme of the camp and spoke about several mandates in the church, namely: Perfection; Beware of False Prophets; Watching and Praying; and Making Disciples.
Seminar three featured Bishop Domingo Ferriol who taught the importance of always praising God and thanking Him. He mentioned that we were not made by God to work 9 to 5 jobs, but that we were made by God to glorify Him.
It was Pastor Polly Mendoza’s turn during the fourth seminar to talk about spreading God’s message of love to the people of the world.
In the afternoon, gathering at the canteen were the contestants of Photography Contest while the concert of the Goodman Music Ministry was held in the complex.
Soul Winner’s Night
Bishop Jonathan Ferriol, overseer of the North American District, gave a very lively message during Wednesday evening’s Soul Winner’s Night. Focusing on bringing God’s message closer to home, the bishop mentioned the importance of bringing the message of God’s saving grace to those in your immediate vicinity.
He specified four relationships a Soul Winner should focus on:
1. With one’s personal relationship with the Lord Jesus.
2. With one’s personal relationship with one’s family.
3. With neighbors and friends.
4. With fellow believers in the Church.
It was a very energetic worship service, with the adult campers hanging on to every word that the bishop was speaking. The service ended with the adults in attendance rededicating themselves to preaching the Gospel to the ends of the earth, but starting first with those closest to them: Family and Friends.