VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL 2019

You’re Invited To Mars Hill Baptist Church’s

Vacation Bible School – June 24-27!

(PRINTABLE REGISTRATION FORM)

(PRINTABLE REGISTRATION FORM)

 Classes for ALL ages from children to adult!

Youth and Middle School – Special Guest Speakers

Monday – June 24th Jason Palmer

Jason is one of the Elders (pastors) at Mebane Bible Church in Mebane NC. He was born and raised in Durham, NC and has been married to his wife Charity since 2007 and have four children. Jason enjoys hanging out with the family, playing with his kids, fishing, eating unique foods, and going on dates with Charity. His theological influences include John Calvin, Charles Spurgeon, John Piper. Jason has also served at Crosslink Community Church and at Ridgecrest Baptist Church.

 

Tuesday – June 25th
Mark Stewart

Mark, is Lead pastor at New Life at Hocutt in Burlington NC. He is a graduate of Elon University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology, Pastor Mark has a passion to see people come to know Christ and love Him with all of their heart. He and his wife have three children. At New Life at Hocutt Mark leads to church to be a “church that heals.” The church helps those who are already followers of Jesus but are emotionally broken and spiritually “stuck” or stagnant and helps others become whole again and live vibrant victorious lives through Christ.

 

Wednesday – June 26th
Garry Gates

Garry is Interim Mission Strategist for the Mount Zion Baptist Association. He works to help the churches of the MZBA work together to better reach their communities for Christ. Garry has served a number of churches in the Alamance County area including being the Connections pastor at Lamb’s Chapel and working with HOPE Counseling and at Brookwood Church.

 

Thursday – June 27th
Johnathan Massey

Jonhathan is the pastor of First Baptist Church of Alamance in Alamance NC. He has studied business administration at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia and Pastoral Care at Carolina College of Biblical Studies. In Alamance, Johnathan leads his church with this mission of helping people find their way to God. He and his wife Bami have one child.

 

Adult Vacation Bible School Class Teachers

Monday – June 24th
Eddie Thompson

Eddie Thompson serves as the senior consultant for Pastoral Ministries for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. He has a passion for strengthening pastors and their families. He also has considerable training and experience in biblical conflict resolution in the local church.

Eddie has also spoken a number of times at Mars Hill as well held a marriage conference here. Each time he has delivered a message at Mars Hill he has always brought a challenging and uplifting message from God’s Word.

Eddie has served as pastor for churches in Apex, Charlotte, and Monroe. He and his wife, Janet, have been married since 1981. They have two adult children and four grandchildren.

 

Tuesday – June 25th
Macy Hughes

Macy is a member of Mars Hill Baptist Church and is currently a student at Appalachian State University. She recently went back on mission to Haiti, which she has done numerous times and will be sharing her experiences ministering to people of Haiti. God has given Macy a tremendous passion and love for the people of Haiti as is evident each time she speaks about working in the country.

Wednesday – June 26th
Dr. Adrianne Miles

Dr. Miles is the Assistant Professor of English & Linguistics at the College at Southeastern. She holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin as well as a Bachelors & Masters degree from NC State.

She is from Graham, has been married for over 20 years and has 2 teenage boys. She has many published articles as well as presented numerous papers at regional and national linguistic conferences.

 

Thursday – June 27th
Larry and Joyce George

Larry is the President of Siloam Missionary Homes, where he and his wife Joyce serve those who have come to live in the homes there. 

Siloam Missionary Homes is a ministry located in Snow Camp NC, that was incorporated in February 1992 to minister to the housing needs of missionaries. The mission’s goal is to provide a comfortable, tastefully decorated, completely furnished home for weary, tired and yes, at times, sick missionaries. Siloam wants to meet the need for missionaries to find refuge and rest, a place to be together as a family, and to be refreshed, renewed and ready for their return to serve the Lord in the region He called them to.

It is a gated village of 14 homes on 33 acres in the heart of North Carolina, between Chapel Hill and Greensboro. Twelve of these homes are for missionaries, two are staff homes. Each of the homes is tastefully decorated. They range an efficiency apartment to a  4 bedroom, 3 bath home.