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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.

February Spiritual Weather Bureau

by
Isaiah Reid

Cover of Isaiah Reid's 1886 'Day By Day' spiritual almanac
  • Spiritual weather depends on spiritual health.
  • Look out for cold waves this month, but they will not hurt a heart on fire from above.
  • If you will not plough by reason of the cold, you will beg in harvest and have nothing. Prov. 20:4
  • If you start to church cold, you will probably get there in the same state; a warm fireside is essential to warm churches.
  • Three essentials to good health are healthy food, pure air and exercise. The Canaan of Perfect Love is the only climate in which these are all secured in fullness. It may be you need to emigrate. Egypt and the Wilderness are not thus blessed.

[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]

Forecasts of the Spiritual Weather: January

by
Isaiah Reid

Cover of Isaiah Reid's 1886 'Day By Day' spiritual almanac
  • If you want continual sunshine live in Isaiah 60:20.
  • To avoid sudden changes, “Abide under the shadow of the Almighty.” Psalm 91:1
  • Look out for chills and colds in the region of rinks, church suppers, festivals and frolics about this time of year.
  • Prevent rheumatism of the tongue by obeying Revelation 12:11 and Malachi 3:16.
  • Tone up each day by a good salvation breakfast. “Eat that which is good and thy soul shall live.”1

  • Children have all inherited a dangerous disease variously called “Depravity,” “Carnal Nature,” and “original sin,” and are liable to certain bad “spells;” consult Mark 9 for the only effective remedy.

[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. This quotation seems to be a concatenation of two phrases in Isaiah 55:2-3—

    2Wherefore do ye spend money for that which is not bread?
    and your labour for that which satisfieth not?
    hearken diligently unto me, and eat ye that which is good,
    and let your soul delight itself in fatness.
    3Incline your ear, and come unto me: hear,
    and your soul shall live;
    and I will make an everlasting covenant with you,
    even the sure mercies of David.

The 2020

Interchurch Holiness Convention

is coming to the

Iowa Holiness Association Tabernacle

August 19-21

Link to IHC PDF here

The IHA Host Contacts are:

Cyril Mckay 641 933-4555 / [email protected]

Brady Hunter [email protected]

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After prayerful consideration, and thoughtful discussion and deliberation, the IHA Board has with great sadness, decided to cancel IHA Camp 2020. We worked hard to weigh the priorities of the health and safety of our workers and campers alongside the value of fulfilling our purpose of providing a life-changing experience for campers through the proclamation of holiness. We determined that we could not accomplish both goals while providing a quality experience that would remotely resemble IHA Camp Meeting. The board determined the camp functions such as: the nightly tabernacle services, the fellowship following, the altar calls, daily tabernacle services, youth and children services, youth accommodations, mealtime and food service, and our prayer meetings each morning would be impossible to engage in while also implementing necessary safety precautions. This is one of the most difficult decisions the board has ever made. We realize how impactful Iowa Holiness Association Camp Meeting is for families, including our own.

We strongly encourage your participation in the Interchurch Holiness Convention, at the IHA Tabernacle, August 19-21. Visit www.IHConvention.com for more information.

We pray you may experience God in a meaningful way this summer as you continue to walk with Him.

We look forward to IHA Camp 2021!

President Brady Hunter and IHA board

2020 Camp Meeting Information

LATEST UPDATE: 5/23/2020

This years camp has been canceled please read the notice and explanation in the most recent post above this one.



2020 IHA Camp Meeting Information

  • Dates: June 14-19, Starting Sunday evening June 14
  •  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

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First Service                        Sunday, June 14, 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

 

 




Our 2020 Ministry Team

  • Evangelist: Rev. Hal Daigre
  • Bible Teacher: Rev. Jim Kerwin
  • Music Minister: Rev. Rick Jones
  • Children's evangelists: Rev. Cyril McKay with Mrs. Jan McKay
  • Youth Evangelist: Tyrell & Nikki Carter Youth Minister
  • World Gospel Missionary: Gene Mattox, Papua New Guinea

Rev. Hal Daigre Evangelist

Rev. Rick Jones     Music Minister

Rev. Jim Kerwin Bible Teacher

 

 

 

 

 

Gene Mattox WGM Missionary Papua New Guine

Tyrell & Nikki Carter Youth Evangelist

Rev. Cyril & Jan McKay Children's Ministers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Children's Program

 

  • Monday-Friday
  • 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m
  • For children ages 6 – 12 years old

We'll have stories, activities, and games that will help our children find their value and purpose from God.

Childrens's Ministers

Rev. Cyril and Jan McKay Child Evangelists

For more information you can contact the McKays at:

641.933.4555 or email [email protected]



IHA Youth Camp 2020

This years youth Bible study and program is titled:

Will be led by:

Tyrell and Nikki Carter Youth Evangelist

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 4:00 to 5:00 PM on Sunday, June 14th at the IHA Tabernacle

IHA Youth Packing List

For more information write to: [email protected]

Interchurch Holiness Convention 2019

Dear IHA members and friends,

IHC/Interchurch Holiness Convention logo
Photo of Rev. James PlankRev. James Plank
Convention Moderator

We announced this Interchurch Holiness Convention during our recent IHA camp meeting and handed out flyers. This three-day event is to bring God's people together for worship and to advance the message of scriptural holiness. Your presence at this inter-church convention will make it very special!

  • Location? You guessed it — our own Iowa Holiness Association Tabernacle, 2300 8th Ave E, University Park, IA 52595.
  • Dates: Wednesday, August 21 through Friday August 23, 2019.
  • Meeting Times:
    • 8/21 Evening Service: 7:00 PM
    • 8/22 Morning Service: 10:00 AM
    • 8/22 Afternoon Service: 2:30 PM
    • 8/22 Evening Service: 7:00 PM
    • 8/23 Closing Morning Service: 10:00 AM
  • For More Information about meals (provided) and lodging, please call 641.933.4555.

To download a copy of the color flyer for this convention, click here.

  • Photo of Rev. Leonard SankeyRev. Leonard Sankey
    Preaching
  • Photo of the Stetler TrioSpecial music by
    The Stetler Trio

2019 Camp Meeting Information

  • Dates: June 9-14, Starting Sunday evening June 9
  •  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 above to Download Flyer
  • Special Meeting Times:
    • Pre-Camp Rally: Free Concert with the KMBC Men's Trio, Saturday, June 8, 6:30 PM at the Tabernacle
    • Please come early for a free BBQ, 5:45 pm
    • Sponsored by WGM'S Men with a Vision

First Service Sunday, June 9, 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

Our 2019 Ministry Team

  • Evangelist: Dr. Jim Diehl
  • Bible Teacher: Rev. Steve Bagby
  • Music Minister: Rev. Phillip Phelps
  • Children's evangelists: Rev. Cyril McKay with Mrs. Jan McKay
  • Youth Evangelist: E. J.Wright Youth Minister
  • World Gospel Missionary: Holly Muehleisen, Japan

Children's Program

  • Monday-Friday
  • 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m
  • For children ages 6 – 12 years old

We'll have stories, activities, and games that will help our children find their value and purpose from God.

Childrens's Ministers

Cyril & Jan McKay
Child Evangelists
Fremont, Iowa

For more information you can contact the McKays at:

641.933.4555 or email [email protected]

IHA Youth Camp 2019

This years youth Bible study and program is titled:

WHO AM I? My Identity in Christ

Will be led by: E.J. Wright Youth Minister

Download the IHA Youth Registration Form HERE!

Save $15.00 and get a free camp souvenir with early registration. Beat the June 1st deadline and the fee is only $105.

Registration and check-in is from 4:00 to 5:00 PM on Sunday, June 10th at the Administration Building.

IHA Youth Packing List

For more information write to: [email protected]

2018 Camp Meeting Information

The Iowa Holiness Association TabernacleThe IHA Tabernacle

  • Dates: June 10-15, starting Sunday evening, June 10
  • Place: The IHA Tabernacle on the grounds of the old Vennard College campus.
  • Special Meeting Times:
    • Pre-Camp Rally: Free concert with The Chosen Ones, Saturday, June 9, 6:30 PM at the Tabernacle.
    • Please come early for a free BBQ, 5:45 pm
    • Sponsored by WGM's Men with a Vision
  • First Service Sunday, June 10 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

Our 2018 Ministry Team

  • Evangelist: Rev. Lenny Wisehart
  • Bible Teacher: Rev. Jim Kerwin
  • Music Minister:  Rev. Rick Jones 
  • Children’s Evangelists: Rev. Cyril McKay with Mrs. Jan McKay
  • Youth Evangelists: Jeffery and Lesa Albertson
  • World Gospel Missionary: Andy & Stephanie Abrams

Evangelist
Rev. Lenny Wisehart

IHA President
Brady Hunter

Bible Teacher
Rev. Jim Kerwin

Music Minister
Rev. Rick Jones

 

Missionary
Andy & Stephanie Abrams
World Gospel mission
Kenya, Africa

Children's Program

  • Monday – Friday
  • 10:30 am and 2:30 pm
  • For children ages 6 – 12 years old

Cyril and Jan McKay

Children's Ministers
Rev. Cyril and Jan McKay

We’ll have stories, activities, and games that will help our children find their value and purpose from God.

Youth Evangelists

Jeffery & Lesa
Albertson
Youth Evangelists

IHA Youth Camp 2018

This year's youth Bible study program titled “Becoming a Royal Priesthood in a World of Darkness” will be led by Jeffery and Lesa Albertson.

Save $15.00 with early registration. Beat the June 1st deadline and the fee is only $105.00. After the 1st… well, do the math! 😉            IHA Youth Registration Form 2018

Registration and check-in is from 4:00 to 5:00 PM on Sunday, June 10th at the Administration Building.

For more information write to: Youth@IowaHolinessAssociation.org.

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2017 Iowa Holiness Association Camp Meeting

2017 Camp Meeting Information

The Iowa Holiness Association TabernacleThe IHA Tabernacle

  • Dates: June 11-16, starting Sunday evening, June 11
  • Place: The IHA Tabernacle on the grounds of the old Vennard College campus.
  • Special Meeting Times:
    • Pre-Camp Rally: Sing Along with Del and Friends, Saturday, June 10, 6:30 PM at the Tabernacle.
  • Regular Meeting Times:
    • Evening meetings start at 6:30 PM.
    • Morning prayer meeting: 7:30 AM in the tabernacle
    • Morning meetings start at 10:30 AM
    • Afternoon meetings start at 2:30 PM

Our 2015 Ministry Team

  • Evangelist: Rev. Hal Daigre
  • Bible Teacher: Rev. Tom Lorimer
  • Camp Song Evangelists: Jay Wisler
  • Children’s Evangelists: Rev. Cyril McKay with Mrs. Jan McKay
  • Youth Evangelists: Jeffery and Lesa Albertson
  • World Gospel MissionaryBrian and Paula Kushman
  • Rev. Hal Daigre
    Camp Evangelist
  • Rev. Tom Lorimer
    Bible Teacher
  • IHA President Brady HunterBrady Hunter
    IHA President
    Master of Ceremonies
  • Jay Wisler
    Song Evangelist
  • Cyril and Jan McKayRev. & Mrs.
    Cyril McKay

    Children's Evangelists
  • Brian & Paula Kushman
    World Gospel Missions

 

Youth Evangelists

Jeffery & Lesa
Albertson
Youth Evangelists

 

IHA Youth Camp 2017

This year's youth Bible study program titled “Living a Life Worthy of the Lord” will be led by Jeffery and Lesa Albertson.

Save $15.00 with early registration. Beat the June 1st deadline and the fee is only $105.00. After the 1st… well, do the math! 😉

Registration and check-in is from 4:00 to 5:00 PM on Sunday, June 11th at the Administration Building.

For more information write to: Youth@IowaHolinessAssociation.org.

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Save the Date June 11-16

Download the Flyer

2017 Camp Meeting Information

The Iowa Holiness Association TabernacleThe IHA Tabernacle

  • Dates: June 11-16, starting Sunday evening, June 11
  • Place: The IHA Tabernacle on the grounds of the old Vennard College campus.
    • 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.
  • Time:
    • Evening meetings start at 6:30 PM.
    • Morning prayer meeting: 7:30 AM in the tabernacle
    • Morning meetings start at 10:30 AM
    • Afternoon meetings start at 2:30 PM

Check back for more details of the 2017 IHA Camp Meeting

by Darrell Baxter

Irene Weitert, c. 1945

A Hungarian war refugee hungry for Jesus

Irene S. Weitert, age 90, passed away in her sleep around midnight on March 2, 2017. For her final three days, she was being cared for at MHP Hospice Serenity House, Oskaloosa. Prior to this, she was living at Homestead Assisted Living, Oskaloosa, for several years.

Irene was born February 20, 1927 in Alsomocosolad, Hungary to Hans Weitert and Elisabeth Pickelhaupt Weitert. Her father, a high ranking official in the Hungarian government, along with his family, was forced to flee to Germany as the Russians gained control in Hungary following World War II. While living in Germany in the mid-1940’s, doing volunteer work in area hospitals with the war-wounded, Irene met an American GI, Leonard Mueller, who was stationed nearby. Living conditions were difficult for Irene, a war-displaced person. Leonard felt compassion and began telling his parents back in southwest Kansas her story. His parents, Will and Anna Mueller, began sending her care packages. Eventually, they invited her to come live with them in the U.S., which she did in 1950. Although not legally, the Mueller family adopted her as one of their own. While in Germany, [continue reading…]

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2016 Camp Meeting Information

The Iowa Holiness Association TabernacleThe IHA Tabernacle

  • Dates: June 12-17, starting Sunday evening, June 12
  • Place: The IHA Tabernacle on the grounds of the old Vennard College campus.
    • 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.
  • Time:
    • Evening meetings start at 6:30 PM.
    • Morning prayer meeting: 7:30 AM in the tabernacle
    • Morning meetings start at 10:30 AM
    • Afternoon meetings start at 2:30 PM

Pre-Camp Rally at the TabernacleEmmaus Road

  • Everyone Welcome
  • Date June 11 @ 6:30 p.m.
  • Southern Gospel Concert with Emmaus Road Quartet
  • Free-will Offering

  Our 2016 Ministry Team

  • Evangelist: Rev. Del Rittgers
  • Bible Teacher: Rev. Jim Kerwin
  • Camp Song Evangelist: Rev. Phillip Phelps
  • Children’s Evangelists: Rev. Cyril McKay with Mrs. Jan McKay
  • Youth Evangelists: Zach & Esther Motts from World Gospel Mission Japan
  • World Gospel Missionaries: Zach & Esther Motts
  • del_rittgers_2016Rev. Del Rittgers
    Camp Evangelist
  • jim_kerwin_2016Rev. Jim Kerwin
    Bible Teacher
  • IHA President Brady HunterBrady Hunter
    IHA President
    Master of Ceremonies
  • phillip_phelps_2016REV. Phillip Phelps Music Minister
  • zach_esther_motts_2016Zach & esther Motts  world Gospel Mission Japan

 IHA Children's Program

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Children's Ministers
Rev Cyril & Jan McKay

“We'll have stories, activities and games that will help our children find their value and purpose from God”

  • Monday – Friday
  • 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m
  • For all children ages 6 – 12 years old

IHA Youth Camp 2016

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Monday –  Friday  9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Saturday  8:00 – 11:00 a.m.

For youth ages 13 years and older

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     “Our heartfelt purpose is to provide a Bible study program rather than merely a recreational retreat for our young people.”  Zach & Esther Motts, Youth Evangelists, WGM Japan

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Click here to download Youth Camp Registration PDF

 Youth@IowaHolinessAssociation.org.

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2015 Camp Meeting Information

2015 Camp Meeting Information

The Iowa Holiness Association TabernacleThe IHA Tabernacle

  • Dates: June 14-19, starting Sunday evening, June 14
  • Place: The IHA Tabernacle on the grounds of the old Vennard College campus.
    • 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.
  • Special Meeting Times:
    • Pre-Camp Rally: Southern Gospel Concert with The Dysart Family, Saturday, June 13, 6:30 PM at the Tabernacle.
    • Special Pastors' & Leaders' Luncheon with Dr. Chic Shaver, Wednesday, June 17, at noon.
  • Regular Meeting Times:
    • Evening meetings start at 6:30 PM.
    • Morning prayer meeting: 7:30 AM in the tabernacle
    • Morning meetings start at 10:30 AM
    • Afternoon meetings start at 2:30 PM

Our 2015 Ministry Team

  • Dr. Jim DiehlDr. Jim Diehl
    Camp Evangelist
  • Dr. Chic ShaverDr. Chic Shaver
    Bible Teacher
  • IHA President Brady HunterBrady Hunter
    IHA President
    Master of Ceremonies
  • Bob & Jennifer WilkersonBob & Jennifer Wilkerson
    Song Evangelists
  • Cyril and Jan McKayRev. & Mrs.
    Cyril McKay

    Children's Evangelists
  • DeeAnn Rich from WGM (World Gospel Missions)DeeAnn Rich
    World Gospel Missions
  • David & Deanna Lorimer from KMBC (Kentucky Mountain Bible College)David & Deanna Lorimer
    Youth Evangelists
    Kentucky Mountain Bible College

IHA Youth Camp 2015

This year's youth Bible study program will be “What's the Difference? Living Godly in Our Everyday Lives,” led by David and Deanna Lorimer from Kentucky Mountain Bible College.

Save $15.00 with early registration. Beat the June 1st deadline and the fee is only $105.00. After the 1st… well, do the math! 😉

Registration and check-in is from 4:00 to 5:00 PM on Sunday, June 14th at the old administration building.

For more information write to: Youth@IowaHolinessAssociation.org.

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Doing What We Can

Apologies!

Picture of Rev. Jim Kerwin, M.A.Bro. Jim Kerwin

Isaiah Reid and I apologize that we couldn’t be at the camp meeting last week. I had just returned at the end of May from five weeks of ministry in Nicaragua and Guatemala. A short rest was in order before my upcoming Romania trip this summer. (Cut us a little slack; between the two of us, Isaiah and I are 240 years old!)

What to Do?

Where Brother Reid goes between camp meetings, I’m never quite certain, but while I was moping around a bit the week before camp (“How I wish I could go!”), something that Isaiah once said came back to give me encouragement and direction:

Dare to do something for God and holiness. If you cannot scale a mountain, climb a schoolhouse hill and open a meeting. If you cannot go “‘round the world,” go around to the holiness prayer meetings, or go to the holiness camp meetings. Go! Get a move on! Learn the art of “pushing things.”*

Ah, but what if I can’t even go to the camp meeting? Well, I knew I could pray daily for the meetings, so I did. And I knew we should pay our annual membership dues, which we will. (C’mon, brethren, it’s still only $5 per person per year! That’s less than one super triple-mocha-coffee-marketing-babble latte at Smokey Row or Starbucks.) But what could I “dare”? What could I “push”? And then it came to me…

What We Did

We’ve had an encouraging number of responses lately to holiness articles on our FinestOfTheWheat.org website, including requests from as far away as Budapest, Hungary; Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; and Berlin, Germany. Most of the requests have something to do with a need for guidance and prayer, as well as a desire for clear literature on the subject of obtaining the experience of entire sanctification. So…

…all last week during camp, I worked on a special project, namely, turning Isaiah Reid’s book The Holy Way into e-book format. Of course, we already make the contents freely available on our website; but e-book readers are gaining in popularity, and I have to admit that reading an e-book on my Nexus 7 is a lot easier than scrolling down through the text on a long web page. So for six straight days Denise and I edited, formatted, designed a cover, and “pushed” through the technical difficulties. (There are always technical difficulties!)

The fruit of our labors is that The Holy Way is now available as a Kindle book on Amazon.com and for Nook e-book readers at Barnes & Noble’s BN.com site.

What You Can Do

For the next three weeks or so, we’re going to keep the price at 99¢, before we raise it to its regular price of $2.99. But you needn’t buy it! We’d rather give you a copy, if you can help launch the book. How can you help? You Kindle and Nook owners, if you could you take an hour or so, read this short book, and then post a one-paragraph review of The Holy Way (on Amazon.com or BN.com, as appropriate), that will raise the book’s “visibility” online. Send us your Kindle- or Nook-related e-mail address, and through July 12, 2014 we’ll pay for a copy of the book, send you the link, and you can download it. In the e-mail, please tell us whether you need a Kindle or Nook edition.

I think you’ll discover, as we have, that this book is a concise, practical, what-it-is and how-to-get-it treatment of holiness. The Holy Way was consistently used of God for about thirty years (the first of its five editions came out in 1892), and I think that after you read it, you’ll agree that it has the same potential in the 21st century.

If you can’t give half a million dollars, give a dollar, or even a dime. If you cannot make a book, or a tract, you can, if you will, buy a hundred leaflets for ten cents and give them away.*

Roger that, Brother Reid! You wrote the book, we’ve published a new edition of it (fully annotated, with the addition of the full lyrics of each hymn quoted), and we’re giving it away for a few weeks.

Now, what’s the next thing you and I can “dare” for God and holiness?

Much love in Jesus,

Brother Jim Kerwin

*P.S.: Yes, as you’ve probably guessed by now, the quotes come from The Holy Way!

2014 IHA Camp Meeting Documents

Need 2014 Iowa Holiness Association brochures to hand out as invitations?  Click on the image below, download a master copy, and print some out.  Going to IHA Youth Camp?  You know the drill — click on the sign-up sheet image below, download, fill it out, and return it ASAP, please!