When the storms hit and the winds blow, everything without an anchor is blown away. So it is in the spiritual world. Today, every wind of doctrine is blowing. Souls are carried away with all kinds of false teachings. Others are taken away by temptation and trial. The spiritual vitality of many more is just choked out by the cares of this life. So how can we withstand this spiritual onslaught? How can we holdfast through the spiritual storms that come our way. How can we make our calling and election sure? Come and find out at our 2016 AUC Spiritual Conference entitled,
What are storm anchors? These are spiritual truths that have become anchors for our soul.
For this camp meeting each speaker has been asked to share an aspect of present truth that has become an anchor to their own soul. As they share these truths, it is our prayer that they will become an anchor for your soul too.
So please come and join us for three days of Christian fellowship and discovery amidst the beautiful surrounds of Elim Heights Youth Camp, NSW, from 28-31 December, 2016.
“Which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast, and which entereth into that within the veil.” Hebrews 6:19
“Many who embraced the third message had not had an experience in the two former messages. Satan understood this, and his evil eye was upon them to overthrow them; but the third angel was pointing them to the most holy place, and those who had had an experience in the past messages were pointing them the way to the heavenly sanctuary. Many saw the perfect chain of truth in the angels’ messages, and gladly received them in their order, and followed Jesus by faith into the heavenly sanctuary. These messages were represented to me as an anchor to the people of God. Those who understand and receive them will be kept from being swept away by the many delusions of Satan.” Early Writings, p. 256
The camp is located at our property along Putty Road in Colo Heights.
Coming from Windsor:
After crossing the Hawkesbury River bridge at
Windsor, follow the Putty Road towards Singleton for 63km, and turn right onto the dirt track (marked by a white tyre in a gum tree) 200m after the
telephone box which is on the left. Take the dirt road in for approximately 1.4kms; continue through gate at left fork of dirt road, marked Elim Heights Youth Camp.
Coming from Singleton
Follow the Putty Road from Singleton for about 110km, and turn left onto the dirt track 200m before a public telephone box on the right (you will see a white tyre in a gum tree on your left just before the driveway). Follow directions as above.