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For the Wednesday evening service our Evangelist Jared Henry preached from James Chapter 3 verses 1-12.  Tonight, he spoke about the Tongue how that very small part of our bodies is powerful and how it can be a dangerous thing.

 

This is the Tuesday evening service with Rev. Jared Henry.  After some songs with our Music Minister Nathan Hunter and an opening prayer from Youth Evangelist Bill Scott, Rev. Henry read from Romans chapter 2 starting at verse 11.  Where we look into issues of the Heart.

Read about the beginnings of the Iowa Holiness Association by clicking this link.

For our Monday evening service, we started with Worship music with our Song Evangelist Nathan Hunter and continued with music from KMBC's Anthem Trio. Then our Evangelist Rev. Jared Henry brought us a message about dealing with our mindsets using teachings from Romans Chapter 8 starting at verse 1.

Welcome to the 2022 Iowa Holiness Association Camp Meetings. For this first evening of Camp our Music Minister Nathan Hunter helped us start with the singing of “There is a fountain” We do this so people that cannot make it to camp meeting can sing it at the same time in their homes and be with us in spirit. This year we will be hearing from our Evangelist Rev. Jared Henry.

Rev. Jared Henry is the lead Pastor at Mackey Church of the Nazarene.

2022 IHA Camp Meeting Information

  • Dates: June 12-17 Starting Sunday evening June 12
  • Place: The IHA Tabernacle on the grounds of the old Vennard College campus in University Park on the east side of Oskaloosa.
The IHA Tabernacle
  • The address of the old campus is 2300 8th Avenue East, University Park, IA 52596. (Click on the link for an interactive map, or scroll down to the bottom of this page.)
    • Follow the main driveway (an extension of Center Street) north for about a quarter mile.
    • Look for the signs

Brady Hunter IHA President

Click for 2022 Brochure

Click for 2022 Brochure

First Service Sunday, June 12 6:30 PM

  • Regular Meeting times
    • Evening Meetings: 6:30 PM
    • Morning Prayer Meeting: 7:30 AM
    • Morning Devotionals: 10:30 AM
    • Bible Study Sessions: 2:30 PM

 

Download the IHA Youth Registration Form HERE!

Save $15.00 with early registration. Beat the June 1st deadline and the fee is only $105.

Registration and check-in is from 3:30 to 4:30 PM on Sunday, June 12th at the IHA Tabernacle

IHA Youth Packing List

For more information write to: Youth@IowaHolinessAssociation.org

On Thursday evening Pastor Hal Daigre spoke about the life of David in scripture using 2 Samuel Chapter 11

On Tuesday Pastor Daigre used 1 Corinthians chapter 10 “They all ate the same spiritual food and drank the same spiritual drink; for they drank from the spiritual rock that accompanied them, and that rock was Christ”

Rev. Hal Daigre is the President of AIM. He is also Pastor of First IMC in Decatur, Alabama, where he has served as Pastor for thirty-three years. He also travels as an evangelist, preaching revivals, conferences, retreats, and camps. He and his wife,  Cindy, are the proud parents of two sons and the proud grandparents of eleven grandchildren.

On Wednesday evening Pastor Hal preached from the 4th chapter of Jonah where we see how God put Jonah where he needed to be and how Jonah chose to respond.

2021 Iowa Holiness Association Camp Meetings – Monday

One Monday evening Rev. Daigre preached from the book the Holy Spirit had laid on his heart.  Luke Chapter 5 starting at Verse 17

2021 Iowa Holiness Association Camp Meeting – Sunday

After losing the 2020 Camp Meetings to the Covid Virus on the first evening of the 2021 Iowa Holiness Association Camp meetings we were excited to welcome back Rev. Hal Daigre

Rev. Hal Daigre is the President of AIM. He is also Pastor of First IMC in Decatur, Alabama, where he has served as Pastor for thirty-three years.

July Spiritual Weather Bureau

by
Isaiah Reid

Cover of Isaiah Reid's 1886 'Day By Day' spiritual almanac
  • Atmospheres have much to do with health, and spiritual health and sunshine have much to do with good living. Dirt is a destroyer of pure air. Keep clean.
  • Tobacco is vile in all forms, so avoid it.
  • The average story paper and many of the novels, fester with moral poison; relegate them to the devil’s headquarters at once; if they stay in your house, so does he.
  • The usual party, ballroom, rink, parlor theatricals, and (too often) the church frolics of various kinds, are rank with malaria which is deadly in its influence on the family altar, the prayer-meeting, the Sabbath School, the church service and close communion with God in general.
  • This month the unwary and presumptuous, and those who will not be taught, are in great danger from traveling shows, circuses, Fourth of July’s, and such like, where the devil runs his harvester with great profit. “Flee these things.” Harvest weather sometimes has a bad effect on family altars.
  • Look out for the “sleepy devil” at the church these long hot days.

the “almanac” (and Bible-reading plan)
published by Reid’s The Highway Office, Nevada, Iowa]

June Spiritual Weather Bureau

by
Isaiah Reid

Cover of Isaiah Reid's 1886 'Day By Day' spiritual almanac
  • The soul gets sick and has numerous diseases. Each disease has its symptoms and takes on its special external manifestation of spiritual weather.
  • Fear betokens an unsettled account.
  • Hankering after the fashions denotes a heart with a big corner in it reserved for the world.
  • Love of fancy dress means pride and lack of internal, soul dress, which in the sight of heaven is of great price.
  • Unholy anger waves a signal flag of the temporary victory of indwelling sin.
  • A gossiping tongue betokens a heart where Christ is not welcome.
  • A smiling cheery face for a church sociable and a graveyard visage for the prayer-meeting, a soul not in communion with God.
  • “Sinning every day in thought, word and deed” proves up the claim of an unsanctified nature.
  • Pray out of the shadow into sunlight.

[Taken from Day by Day, The Highway Almanac and Diary for 1886,
the “almanac” (and Bible-reading plan)
published by Reid’s The Highway Office, Nevada, Iowa]

May Spiritual Weather Bureau

by
Isaiah Reid

Cover of Isaiah Reid's 1886 'Day By Day' spiritual almanac

Note these signs of unpleasant weather:

  • No time for family worship
  • Too tired to go to prayer meeting
  • Plenty of time for the daily papers or a story and but little for the Bible
  • Plenty of talk about almost everything but religion
  • A disposition to find fault
  • Defending yourself
  • Lack of interest and effort in definite soul saving, but ever zealous in “church” work, such as any unsaved person might do
  • Complaining of “so many calls”
  • No interest in holiness literature
  • Inability to do much in revival meetings
  • No religion “to speak of.”

[Taken from Day by Day, The Highway Almanac and Diary for 1886,
the “almanac” (and Bible-reading plan)
published by Reid’s The Highway Office, Nevada, Iowa]

2021 IHA Camp Meeting Information

  • Dates: June 13-18 Starting Sunday evening June 13
  • Place: The IHA Tabernacle on the grounds of the old Vennard College campus in University Park on the east side of Oskaloosa.
The IHA Tabernacle
  • The address of the old campus is 2300 8th Avenue East, University Park, IA 52596. (Click on the link for an interactive map, or scroll down to the bottom of this page.)
    • Follow the main driveway (an extension of Center Street) north for about a quarter mile.
    • Look for the signs

Brady Hunter IHA President

Click for 2021 Brochure

Click for 2021 Brochure

First Service                        Sunday, June 13, 6:30 PM

  • Regular Meeting times
    • Evening Meetings: 6:30 PM
    • Morning Prayer Meeting: 7:30 AM
    • Morning Devotionals: 10:30 AM
    • Bible Study Sessions: 2:30 PM

Download the IHA Youth Registration Form HERE!

Save $15.00 with early registration. Beat the June 1st deadline and the fee is only $105.

Registration and check-in is from 3:30 to 4:30 PM on Sunday, June 13th at the IHA Tabernacle

IHA Youth Packing List

For more information write to: Youth@IowaHolinessAssociation.org

April Forecasts of the Spiritual Weather

by
Isaiah Reid

Cover of Isaiah Reid's 1886 'Day By Day' spiritual almanac
  • The growing season is on us. Remember that “showers of grace” are in constant demand. These with the sunshine of His love and the needful plowing, harrowing and weeding culture of grace in the soul will make it bloom like Eden.
  • Growth begins nothing. We grow in not into grace. Growth is increase of that which we already have. Beware of those who put growth in place of God’s creation. 2 Cor. 2:17.
  • Look out for frosts that will kill tender plants. They are most to be looked for on mornings when the place of secret prayer, the Bible and the family altar have been neglected, or on a Monday morning after a badly spent Sabbath. Storms of anger are to be expected in all atmospheres surcharged with the “carnal mind.”

[Taken from Day by Day, The Highway Almanac and Diary for 1886,
the “almanac” (and Bible-reading plan)
published by Reid’s The Highway Office, Nevada, Iowa]

March Spiritual Weather Bureau

by
Isaiah Reid

Cover of Isaiah Reid's 1886 'Day By Day' spiritual almanac
  • To the soul in Canaan there need be no March weather. March and May should have the same unclouded sunshine. But Satan will come with frequent external storms of trial. Look out for his special Equinoctials.1
  • Go to the Great Physician for a certain cure for General Debility.
  • The sin consumption is hereditary and incurable save at the fountain mentioned in Zech. 13:1.
  • Drink the pure water of life each day.
  • Begin daily drills for exercise at the place of secret prayer and renew it again at the breakfast table and take a good season of practice at the family altar.
  • To avoid qualms of conscience keep under the blood.
  • Keep an eye on Danger Signals. See I Peter 5:8.

[Taken from Day by Day, The Highway Almanac and Diary for 1886,
the “almanac” (and Bible-reading plan)
published by Reid’s The Highway Office, Nevada, Iowa]

  1. Equinoctials was the name given to violent storms of wind and rain occurring at or near the time of the spring equinox.