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Hollow Rock kicks off Thursday

July 14, 2012
By JANICE R. KIASKI - Community editor (community@heraldstaronline.com) , The Herald-Star

The 194th-annual interdenominational holiness camp meeting of Hollow Rock located at 1958 co. Hwy. 51, Toronto, begins its 10-day event July 19 with Mencer, White & Cheney leading the opening night concert at 7:30 p.m.

The camp continues through July 29 with three services held daily at 10:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday services are at 6 p.m.

Programs also are available for children and youth.

The evangelists for Hollow Rock next week will be:

He was a missionary with World Gospel Mission in Paraguay from 1988-94. He is an evangelist with the Francis Asbury Society and serves as the Francis Asbury director for Latin America. He preaches in churches and camp meetings and ministers internationally in Latin America.

In 1977 he became the founding pastor of Community Church of Greenwood, Ind. During the 29 years he served as senior pastor, the church planted 10 daughter congregations. They, in turn, helping to create a network of 32 churches, planted 10 congregations in Indiana, and 12 in Brazil.

Lake speaks annually overseas at pastor's conferences, missionary retreats and church dedications. During his pastorate, he authored "Discipleship Training: An Experience in Training and Accountability" which consists of 10 nine-week levels of small group discipleship training. Translated in nine languages, the program is used by churches all over the world, and the Salvation Army adopted it as their tool for making disciples.

As a pastor/evangelist, Gallimore has held hundreds of evangelistic meetings in America, as well as conducting missionary outreach in Africa, Russia, Ukraine, Romania and the Islands of the Caribbean.

His writings have been published by GROW Magazine, the Evangelist Perspective and the Preacher's Magazine.

As a child and into his teenage years, Barnhouse, a Richmond native, grew up singing with his family in churches all over the Ohio Valley. He then went to Mt. Vernon Nazarene College, where he received a bachelor of arts degree in business administration in 1991. While in college he joined a group called the McNichols out of Columbus and sang with them for approximately five years.

Other participants Jon Truex and Brent Dongell, youth program; Wendy Hanks and Stephanie Schellin, children's program; and missions One Mission Society featuring the David and Marty Meeks family and Laura Lea Sims of World Gospel Mission.

For information on Hollow Rock, visit the website at www.hollowrock.org,

 
 

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