Seminars are 9:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Thursday and Friday.
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Here is a sample of seminars offered in the past. Look for a list soon of seminars for 2016!
Brent Stanyer - Secure Estate Planning for the Golden Years: An Elder Law Attorney Addresses Critical Issues Affecting You and Your Loved Ones. (Friday Only) This seminar is Friday 2:30 p.m. and repeats at 4 p.m.
A must-attend for anyone considering estate planning or helping elderly parents plan their estate. This seminar is good for any age with a special emphasis on planning in the later years.
Brent practices Elder Law, Special Needs Planning, Estate and Trust Planning. He also works with corporations, partnerships and LLCs as well as Probate and Estate Administration. He has a Juris Doctorate from Gonzaga University and a master of arts in Christian ethics from Loma Linda University. Brent and Helaina have three children and reside in Spokane, Washington.
Christian hospitality is easy when you prepare, enlist the help of your friends, and relax. Learn how to start a warm and loving ministry in your church family that makes guests feel welcome and want to join. Come and share tips with others about how to make your church and home a place of love and joy as you share meals, study the Bible and fellowship together.
Joyce has lived in the Spokane Valley for nearly four years having moved from Lodi, Calif., where she taught academy English. Her love of entertaining Sabbath guests for dinner in her home she traces to her mother, Olga Unterseher Aaby, who always had bread and cinnamon rolls cooling on the deck Friday afternoon; and to her father, Maynard, who never let a guest leave church with an invitation to come over for, "some kind of a German mess" which he said with a twinkle in his eye!
The book of Hebrews is a fascinating book written for a specific time and situation. But that message is just as relevant today as it was in the time of the first century. Learn what Hebrews has to say to you, to Christians and to Seventh-day Adventists today? In the first session you will lear and understanding why the book was written and how it identifies who Jesus was. Part 2 is about the "rest" of God, Part 3 our "better" high priest, Jesus. Part 4, will give you clearer understanding of the new covenant and life of faith. Paul Blake is the senior pastor of the Spokane South Hill Adventist Church.
2016 Camp Meetings