“For our God is a consuming fire.” Hebrews 12:29
Forging metal can produce a piece that is stronger than an equivalent cast or machined part. As the metal is shaped during the forging process, it’s internal grain texture deforms to follow the general shape of the part. As a result, the texture variation is continuous throughout the part, giving rise to a piece with improved strength characteristics.
Our God is a consuming fire that transforms us internally to become what He needs us to be, to do the work He has called us to. We are forged for every good work!
All men *18+ – Join the men of Hilltop for a time of encouragement, renewal, and refreshment.
CHAPEL OPENS AT 5:30PM & DINNER BEGINS AT 6PM
Guest speaker Eric Nichols will provide valuable insight into how God forges man that he would find his IDENTITY in Christ alone.
Worship will be led by guest leader Billy Terry.
Total Cost: $45
$20 for Friday Only
Includes: all programming, meals, and any optional activities offered Friday evening
Add overnight stay for $25
Includes: lodging, breakfast, a small group devotional time, lunch, and any optional activities offered Saturday
Guest Speaker: Pastor Eric Nichols
Eric is the Lead Pastor for Connection Church in Columbia, TN. Prior to serving the past 18 years in full-time ministry, he served for seven years in the United States Air Force. It was in the USAF that he met his beautiful bride of over 25 years, Beth, and together they have three adult children: Daniel, Ashleigh, and Morgan. Eric is the author of 21 Days to Align Your Mind, and founder of the MyTown Scholarship to raise college funds for students at the Boys and Girls Club of South Central TN. To combine his passions for Christ and for serving his country, Captain Nichols served as a Chaplain through the Civil Air Patrol (Aux. Branch of USAF) training cadets for over six years as a Character Development Officer. Currently, he is working on a PhD in Leadership through Carolina University.
Worship: Billy Terry
Billy is originally from the Commonwealth of Virginia. A culture rich in the history of the Country, the culture of the South, the culture of the Church, and the culture of American Music. He moved with his family to Tennessee in 2003 to begin to season his songwriting career with hit writers, famous artists, and the Music Row Crowd. He has had Writing Deals with Berry Hill Music (Buzz Cason) and Harley Allen Music, among others. To quote Billy, “I write about things I know and things I love”–
Host: Ryan Croft, Hilltop Camp Manager