We are holding a Medical Missionary Training Course May 19-24, 2013. For more information call Hartland Lifestyle Center at 540-672-1996 ext 311 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Dr. Colin Standish will be in Portland, OR on May 11, 2013 speaking to the church which meets at the Tremont Evangelical Church, 7115 SE Woodstock Blvd. His topics will be:
9:45 am: How to Strengthen Our Churches
11:00 am: No Creed but the Bible
Please join us for Christian fellowship in studying God’s Word.
Dr. Colin Standish will be speaking at the Creswell Sabbath Fellowship, 120 Oregon Ave., Creswell, OR on Sabbath, May 4. His topics will include:
9:30 am: How to Strengthen Our Churches
11:00 am: No Creed but the Bible
3:00 pm: What Happened to the 16th Century Reformation?
We look forward to fellowshipping with you if you are able to join us.
April 26–28, 2013
passionately shares scientific evidence for treating and preventing disease through lifestyle. He was founding president of American College of Lifestyle Medicine, the medical specialty society for clinicians who use therapeutic lifestyle interventions to treat and manage disease. John serves as medical director for an outpatient lifestyle program treating the causes of chronic disease, and practices lifestyle medicine in Rocky Mount, Virginia.
, originally from Oregon, now works in Georgia as manager of W. D. Frazee Sermons. Jesse graduated from Hartland in 2003 as a Pastoral Evangelism major. He is also a certified massage instructor and currently a practicing licensed massage therapist. He teaches massage at Wildwood and the therapeutic massage course at Hartland. He enjoys giving Bible studies, doing medical missionary work, studying prophecy, being out in nature, and reading history.
“What about my kids?” you may ask. We have good news! There will be programs available for the children and youth (ages 3–17). Guest speaker, Jesse Ravencroft, will be sharing messages in the youth program (ages 13–17). We hope to see you and your family there!
5:00-6:30 pm Registration
6:45 pm Medical Missionary Work and the Everlasting Gospel – Dr. John Kelly
5:00 am How To Memorize Scripture – J. H. Shin
6:25 am A Mother’s Faith was Stronger Than the Storm – James Whitaker
7:00 am Breakfast
8:45 am The Cleaning of the Heavenly Sanctuary and the Last Generation – Dr. John Kelly
10:45 am Christ’s Ministry in the Earthly Sanctuary – Dr. John Kelly
1:00 pm Lunch
3:00 pm Concert
4:25 pm The Mystery of God – Norbert Restrepo
6:45 pm Adam’s Fall and Christ’s Victory – Dr. John Kelly
5:00 am How to Do a Devotional Bible Study – J. H. Shin
6:25 am God’s Saving Doctrine – Eric Viana Rosa
7:00 am Breakfast
8:45 am The Art of the Medical Missionary Work – Jesse Ravencroft
10:45 am Christ’s Method Alone Gives Success – Dr. John Kelly
1:00 am Lunch
Preregistration is necessary for those wanting to stay on campus or eat in our cafeteria. For more information or to preregister, call 540–672–1996 ext 232 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check in is between 5:00–6:30 PM, Friday, April 26, 2013 in the Conference Center foyer. Please come here to confirm accommodations (meals and lodging).
On-campus Lodging (Limited)
Our on-campus lodging is very limited. Therefore, guests MUST call ahead and secure lodging with a deposit equal to the first night’s fee. Guests must provide their own bedding and towels. To secure your lodging, contact the events coordinator at 540–672–1996 ext 232.
Rustic Cabin* (one large room sleeps 10, has ceiling fan, heat in the cold months, and electricity) — $10 per night per person
RV or Tent Sites* (with water and electricity) — $20 per night
Rustic Tent Sites — $10 per night
*A shower house is provided for those in cabins and tents.
Meals (we serve breakfast and lunch only)
Adults $8.00, Children ages 5–12 $6.00, Children under age 5 are free with adult meal purchase
Tickets are required for all meals and are nonrefundable. Purchase tickets by calling 540–672–1996 ext 232. Meals are prepay only. We serve vegan meals, which may be prepared with nuts, nonirritating spices, herbs, and gluten. We are not able to cater to special diets.
We offer programs for children and youth. Young people under 18 must have an adult take responsibility for their safety and behavior. Swimming, boating, or playing in the lakes and ponds is prohibited. Bicycles and skateboards are prohibited. This is for everyone’s safety.
Pets should be kept quiet and not allowed to roam freely. Pets are not allowed in any campus building. A special pet patch is located near the camping area. Please clean up after them.
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For GPS Users: 278 Dogwood Lane, Locust Dale, VA 22733
From the North: Take Hwy 15 south from Culpeper for approximately 10 miles. Turn left on Rte 614 (Locust Dale Rd). Hartland is 1.25 miles on the left.
From the South: Take Hwy 29 north from Charlottesville for approximately 25 miles. Turn right on Hwy 230 east for approximately 10 miles until it ends at Hwy 15. Turn left on Hwy 15 north. Go approximately 4 miles. Turn right on Rte 614 (Locust Dale Rd). Hartland is 1.25 miles on the left.
The renovation of the Hartland’s old Lifestyle Center building will include a restored lifestyle center plus new college offices and classrooms. Our staff and students will be better equipped to provide healthful treatments and homelike living conditions for our guests, as well as enabling us to train effective missionary health workers.
Sunday, April 21, 2013 1:30–4:00 pm
Hartland Institute runs a small farm which helps supply fresh produce for our cafeteria and enables Hartland College students to learn practical skills. It helps many of them to pay their way through school. We invite you to our farm’s grand opening as we begin to serve the nearby communities in a more personal way, providing them with fresh and wholesome produce.
Join us for:
*All your purchases help sponsor students who are working their way through school!
Our regular hours are:
Monday–Thursday, 8:30 am–5:30 pm
Dr. Standish will be speaking at the Victory Everlasting Gospel Church, 139 Country Lane, South Hill, VA on April 19 and 20, 2013. His topics will be:
Friday 7 pm: The Oxford Movement and Protestants
Sabbath 11 am: The Protestant Reformation and its Failures
Sabbath 2:30 pm: Preaching in Sunday-Keeping Churches
Sabbath 4:00 pm: A Roman Catholic Cardinal Changed US Protestants
If you are in the area, please join them for fellowship in studying God’s Word.
Many youth worldwide, including those from third-world countries, are eager to be trained for God’s service, but cannot afford to attend Hartland. When Hartland began, the founders knew this would be the situation, so they established the Missionary Training Fund.
By Jeff Wehr
With new same-sex marriage laws passed in states like Maine, and the legalization of marijuana in states like Washington, the nation is slouching closer and closer to Sodom. These liberal “victories” may seem like the Sunday laws are further down the road, but it may have just the opposite effect of producing such a sudden and heavy pendulum swing to the right.
By Jeff Wehr
According to the Washington Post, December 30, 2012, “56 relatives of lawmakers have been paid to influence Congress. More than 500 firms have spent more than $400 million on lobbying teams that include the relatives of members. . . . in the past six years, for example, 36 congressional relatives—including spouses, children, siblings, parents and in-laws—have been paid to influence 250 bills passing through their family members congressional committees or sponsored by the members. . . . Most relatives—48 of the 56—began their careers as congressional lobbyists only after they had family members elected to the House or Senate. . . . 73 lawmakers sought bills that benefit industries in which they had significant holdings. . . . 133 lawmakers bought and sold stock in a company lobbying for a bill before them.”
In the end, lawmakers will be pressured to pass a national Sunday law. No doubt some of that pressure will come from lobbyist family members. It is unimaginable that lawmakers may be paid by relatives and friends to pass a law that strikes directly against the separation of church and state and the fourth commandment.