This is the final evening of the 2022 Iowa Holiness Association camp meetings. This evening included the children's presentation.
This is the Thursday evening service of the Iowa Holiness Association Camp Meeting in its entirety from opening song to the closing. Including the premier of the IHA Choir, the Youth Presentation and Evangelist Jared Henry.
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.
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.
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.
One Monday evening Rev. Daigre preached from the book the Holy Spirit had laid on his heart. Luke Chapter 5 starting at Verse 17
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.
On the final evening of the 2019 Iowa Holiness Association Camp Meetings Dr. Diehl read the question from John Chapter 5 “Do you want to be made well” And preaching from Matthew 4:23 he challenged us to not only be Teaching and Preaching but also to be Healing
On Thursday evening of the 2019 Iowa Holiness Association Camp Meetings, Dr. Diehl taught from the letters of Paul to the Christian church in Philippi as found in Philippians Chapter 3
On Wednesday evening Dr. Diehl taught that we need to ask “Lord, What do you want me to do?” And then gave us Five points to help us find God's will for our lives.
Tuesday evening of the 141st Iowa Holiness Association Camp Meetings, Dr. Jim Diehl asks“What are YOU filled with?” using scripture from Ephesians chapter 5 starting at verse 15 and Acts chapter 1 starting at verse 4
On Monday evening of the 141st Iowa Holiness Association Camp Meetings after a problem with his flight getting here from Colorado Dr. Jim Diehl returned to the IHA pulpit. Dr. Diehl‘s message focuses on four take away truths from Psalm 91
The 1993 General Assembly of the Church of the Nazarene in Indianapolis, Indiana, elected Dr. James Diehl to the Board of General Superintendents. In 2009, after he served 16 years in this role, the 27th General Assembly in Orlando, Florida, bestowed on him the honor of General Superintendent Emeritus status.
The first evening of the 141st Iowa Holiness Association Camp Meetings starts as has become the custom with us singing “There is a Fountain” We do this so those that can not be with us in person can sing the same song and be with us in spirit. Our Evangelist for the evening was our Music Minister Rev. Phillip Phelps The message that was laid on his heart comes from II Chronicles Chapter 7
Rev. Phillip Phelps is an ordained Nazarene Elder on the Dallas District, a Registered Evangelist and also our Music Evangelist this week.