The Ladies' Retreat will have both morning and afternoon sessions with a break for lunch. We are so honored and excited that Beth Coppedge has agreed to be our retreat speaker. Beth is founder and former director of Titus Women. Beginning as a Bible study in Wilmore, Kentucky, many years ago, Titus Women is still touching the lives of women across the country.
Beth is dedicated to challenging women to personal holiness and discipleship, and she has spoken at women's retreats all over the United States and overseas. She encourages women to have a daily quiet time with the Lord, to share a burden for the lost, to have a heart for missions and the world, and to have a passion for being godly women. Her desire is for women everywhere to walk daily in the Lord's presence.
A graduate of Asbury College in Wilmore, Kentucky, Beth is married to Dr. Allan Coppedge, a former professor at Asbury Theological Seminary, and they are the parents of four children.
Jonathan White will share his love for Christ with his gift of music at a fundraising event for the Avon Park Camp Special Projects Fund. Join us on Friday night, January 5, 2024, at the 7 pm service in the Avon Park Tabernacle. Jonathan has been a great friend to the camp over the past years and has now scheduled this fifth benefit concert for us.
Eduard Klassen, a Paraguayan folk harpist, and his wife Christine will minister to us in a fundraising event for the Avon Park Camp at the 7 pm Friday night service in the APC Tabernacle when they travel to America in 2024. The Klassens live in Canada and offer a variety of Christian music from South America, North America, and Europe.