The Fall 2012 Campmeeting by Michael C Kekel

The Pavilion In the slideshow you will notice many finishing touches to the Pavilion. All the metal skins are on, concealing the skeletal framework of the structure. A 30’ long, 18” high seating wall has been added along the side toward the Dining Hall, which turns toward the volleyball area for another 15 feet, but that’s not all! Did you notice the electrical outlets along the wall face, for perhaps setting up musical equipment for Holy Ghost karaoke?  That other wall adds []

Conference 2012 ‘The Lamb has Overcome’ Skit Cast Photos

A special thanks to all the cast who made the Conference 2012 Skit possible; they put lots of hard work into the production, and it certainly drove the message home. It  was absolutely awesome! If you enjoyed it, MAKE A COMMENT, check some amen or blessing boxes, share it, click LIKE, do something! I’ll soon be publishing more details about the Conference, and information about the video of the entire skit too. If you are interested in the video, let me know it right here []

Cool Cue! by M. C. Kekel

Well, the Pavilion is officially ready!  Here’s just a few last minute pics for you, and what a cool cue! The BBQ has been tested, the picnic tables are in place and there’s power for whatever. We’ll see you in a few days, Lord willing, and we will let the fun begin! God bless you!

Pray for Rev. and Sis. Cyrius

Rev. and Sis. Cyrius, directors of the NTCC Servicemen’s Home and Church in Woodbrook, Wa., took a day to get away on a trip to the Portland area. It was his birthday. Upon return however, they were in a very serious auto accident. They hit a horse while traveling at 80 mph! Not a deer, a HORSE.  Obviously they will not make the Conference due to their injuries, but overall they will be alright, thanks to the miraculous protection of God. Sis. Kekel and I went down to []

Do you like my hat?

The new Pavilion at the NTCC National Campground has a new hat! The Pavilion is nowhere near finished, but it will be ready for the upcoming Conference! The Pavilion lies foursquare and is 50′ X 50′. The supporting structures will also be wrapped in the same metal used on the roof. Due to arrive soon is a shipment of 8-large picnic tables made of steel and dipped in a protective coating that also match the burgundy color scheme. The palette of firebrick you see []

NTCC Spring Conference 2012

(Click image to see poster full size) Hello Brethren, We are officially 2 weekends away from Spring Conference.  The theme for the Spring Conference is “the Lamb has Overcome!” (Rev. 17).  Because He has has overcome, we who are of the faith of the Son of God have also overcome!  Anticipation is building, and already the Holy Spirit is moving in a special way here at Graham NTCC.   The link below will give you three possible choices for Poster downloads, from []

‘Indecent Liberties’ or ‘The Occasion of Grace’

TEXT: John 8 (33) “33 They answered him, We be Abraham’s seed, and were never in bondage to any man: how sayest thou, Ye shall be made free?” BR: John 8 (31-38) INTRO: Indecent liberties. Two words used to describe when a person takes unlawful liberties. Indecent: not conforming with generally accepted standards of behavior or propriety Liberty: the state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority on one’s way of life, behavior, or political views Jesus faces the Pharisees They []

‘Cause and Effect’ or ‘What do You Think’?

Text: Gal. 5 (7) Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.  8 For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting. 9 And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. 10 As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all []

The Door Swings Both Ways

TEXT: Rev. 3 (7) BR: Rev. 3 (7-13)) INTRO:  The Rev. 3 discourse is about Christ’s ability to open doors. The man invited by Rev. Keener; Mr. Powell said not a word, stepped back and slammed the door in their faces. He didn’t realize what he was slamming the door on. This was the man who, two weeks later, blew apart his house in the South Hill area, killing his two sons with him. Had he responded to the invitation to church []