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Sabbath Gathering

This coming Sabbath, July 22nd, Rhonda and I have been asked to speak at a Shabbat Gathering in Somerset KY, The gathering will be held in the meeting room of the Comfort Inn on US Hwy 27 South in Somerset. The meeting begins at noon and there will be fellowship potluck meal. All are invited and welcome. See ya there. Shalom

 
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Posted by on July 20, 2017 in Uncategorized

 
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Community Well House ‘to be’ . . .

 
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Posted by on July 18, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

Spring up Oh Well . . .

And the work begins……
Setting the pump and running the first line for the Community Well…..a long time coming!
Praise you Father for your goodness and faithfulness……

 
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Posted by on July 18, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

Register Now – Sukkot 2017

PRODIGAL MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL

Presents
TABERNACLE IN THE BACKWOODS 2017
Projected Dates October 4th-12th 2017
Location – KY Christian Assembly Camp
22 acres of beautiful Kentucky Fall countryside
Brodhead, Rockcastle County, Kentucky 40409

This is a private, limited access summer camp nestled in the backwoods of Rockcastle County Kentucky, just outside Brodhead, 15 minutes from Renfro Valley. There are tent sites, limited camper spots, as well as barrack-style accommodations. These are the ‘Barracks-style’ bunkhouse buildings that are used by the kids for summer camp . . . they are not individual cabins. THESE BUILDINGS ARE SEGREGATED, ‘MALE’ AND FEMALE’, so, please keep that in mind as you make your plans. We will ‘tweak’ these barracks for those unable to stay in their tent or camper and, as well as for our ‘seasoned citizens’ and those with special needs. We will also use the barracks for those that are staying for just one night or so and cannot or do not desire to setup a tent or camper. Please plan on using your tent or camper if at all possible, but the barracks are available. And there are bathroom/shower facilities with multiple shower stalls, sinks and toilets within the barracks buildings. PLEASE be sure and bring all sleeping bags, linens, towels, etc that you might need. Now, moving on . . . 🙂

The cost for the use of this facility is $10.00 per day per family group, or $72.00 for the entire 8-day event. WE WILL HAVE GUEST SPEAKERS DURING THE WEEK AND WILL RECEIVE A FREE-WILL OFFERING AT EACH EVENING SESSION TO PROVIDE FOR AND BE A BLESSING TO THESE SPEAKERS. PLEASE COME PREPARED TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS AS BEST YOU CAN.

We always set a large table in the main common area for drinks, snacks, breakfast cereals, coffee, etc and ask all to participate in providing those things. As in years past, everyone takes breakfast and lunch at their leisure. For our daily evening common meals, we have access to a nice ‘lunch-room style’ serving and prep area within the main eating/meeting hall. We also have access to outdoor sheltered meeting areas, campfire sites, walking/hiking trails, basketball, volleyball, prayer garden and much more.
We will have a ‘set menu’ for the common evening meals and we will be posting that menu for these evening common meals no later than Sept 12th to allow sufficient time to plan.
Although we are in a secluded location, there are grocery stores and variety stores within 10-15 drive. Propane is available at some of these locations. Heaven forbid, but in the event of an emergency, there is a Regional Medical Center approximately 15 minutes from the camp, as well as folks on site with First Aid training. There is also a laundrymat in the town as well.

There will be an informal Bible study/discussion each morning before the noon meal time and time for break-out sessions in the afternoon. Each evening, after the evening common meal, there will be a corporate time in which all encouraged to participate, a time of worship and praise, ministry, prayer (as The Spirit leads) as well as a time of teaching/discussion.

Our good friend Craig Caudill of Nature Reliance School will be with us monday Oct. 9th for two teaching sessions. In the morning from 10’ish until lunch, Craig will be speaking on a topic of his choice (yet to be determined) and will be leading an introductory class in Krav Maga in the afternoon from 1:30-4:30.

Friday afternoon, Oct 6th, from 3:00 – ?, we will be showing those interested how to salt cure beef for long term storage WITHOUT refrigeration. We will provide all the needed items EXCEPT the cow ( ) . You will need a lean piece of beef roast (2-3 lbs) which you can bring with you or purchase locally.

Sunday afternoon, Oct 8th, also in the afternoon, Rhonda will show you how to prepare dairy butter for long-term, non-refrigerated storage through a canning process. You will need a pint jar with a new canning lid and band and a pound of butter. These items also can be purchased locally and we can talk about it in days prior to the class so that everyone understands what to buy and why.

There will be discussion/study classes each morning for those interested from 10:30’ish – noon.

This year we are excited that there will many young folk attending and there will be activities for kids of all ages, Some of our attendees are leaders involved in the Camp Maschiach Summer Camp event each year and they will be bringing materials and life-lesson activities for the younger generation that we know they will enjoy.

As always, there will be a camp-wide worship, praise, prayer and teaching session each evening at 7;00 pm. We look forward to hearing speakers from various places and groups as they share what Abba has shared with them. More importanty, we look forward to the presence of The Holy Spirit during this week.

MUSIC plays an important part in our fellowship, worship, praise and ministry. If you play an instrument and can bring it- bring it.

We also will have SUKKOT TEE SHIRTS available to both commemorate the event and to use as witnessing tools when we return to our respective fields of service.
If you are interested in a shirt or shirts, the printer has informed me it would be ideal if we could have your order before Monday Sept 18th to ensure they arrive on time. If you have sent us you order, we’re good. If you haven’t sent us your order, please try to do that online before Monday. Shirts are $8.95 for one, and $7.95 for two or more. Available sizes run from Youth Small up to Adult 5X. There is an additional $1 charge for each size larger than XL. (2X-add $1, 3X-add $2, etc). There will be a very limited number available at Sukkot for those that haven’t ordered in advance so please, don’t miss out. you can mail a check or pay when you pick them up, but we need your order NOW, please.

SUKKOT 2017

EVENING COMMON-MEAL MENU

At the bottom of the menu is a shopping list of items needed for the evening meals for the eight days. You can bring these with you or they can be purchased locally. Everyone does breakfast and lunch at their leisure. If you have special dietary needs or requirements, you will have access to the kitchen for that preparation.

 

WEDNESDAY : Cold-cut sandwiches and chips.

THURSDAY (HIGH SHABBAT): SOUP, SALAD & SANDWICHES

FRIDAY: MEXICAN NIGHT WITH TACOS, RICE, & BEANS

(1 lb. hamburger, taco seasoning, shredded cheese, sour cream, salsa,

flour tortillas or taco shells, 1 can black beans) Rice will be provided.

Optional: onion and tomato

SATURDAY (SABBATH): SMORGASBORD

(Plan on preparing a simple dish/casserole that can be shared. This

includes meat dishes, vegetables and salads.) Crockpot “friendly” dishes

are always easiest. (PREPARED AHEAD ON FRIDAY or IN ADVANCE)

SUNDAY: ITALIAN NIGHT

(1lb. hamburger, 1 jar spaghetti sauce, 1 lb. spaghetti, parmesan cheese, 1

bag salad mix, 1 pkg. Texas toast or garlic bread.)Optional: onion, tomato,

cheese, croutons, salad dressing.

MONDAY: ALL-AMERICAN WITH GRILLED HOTDOGS AND

HAMBURGERS (OR CLEAN MEAT OF YOUR CHOICE – CHICKEN, TURKEY, ETC)

(Meat of your choice, buns, side dish.) Optional: condiments, pickles,

onion, tomato, chips, baked beans, potato salad, macaroni salad.

TUESDAY: SOUP & SANDWICHES

(Soup of your choice, sandwich fixin’s) Optional: chips, salads

WEDNESDAY: CHEF’S SURPRISE

Bring whatever your heart desires. This may include leftovers.

 

THURSDAY (HIGH SABBATH) : LEFT-OVERS

ALL FOODS SERVED DURING THE EIGHT DAYS WILL BE ‘BIBLICALLY CLEAN’.

Since we do not cook on any of the Sabbaths, some folks prepare soups, casseroles, etc in advance and freeze them until needed. Whatever works best for you. We do cook daily on site, except for the Sabbaths.

ITEMS NEEDED:

Paper plates

Paper bowls

Plastic cutlery

Napkins

Cups (hot and/or cold)

 

CROCKPOTS

Water (gallons and bottles)

Drinks (cold drinks and mixes, hot drink mixes, coffee)

Grated cheese

Parmesan cheese

Spaghetti

Spaghetti sauce

Manwich or sloppy joe stuff

Ground Beef (check menu for days needed)

Hot dogs

Hamburgers

Condiments

Taco shells/tortilla shells

Salsa

Bagged lettuce or salad

THIS IS NOT AN ‘ALL-INCLUSIVE LIST’. If you think of something, bring it. Shalom

The earlier you register, the better we can plan. To make your reservation, or for more information, contact us here or by or email or phone, and you can find all our contact info at www.ProdigalMinistries.WordPress.com on the ‘Contact Us’ tab. Shalom – J&R

 

 
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