Family Camp continues near Hillsboro


After a rain storm swept through the area, Vernon Eldridge speaks to a crowd gathered Tuesday at Restoration Acres for Hillsboro Family Camp. The camp began in 1972 and has grown to become a premier event in the Restoration Movement in America. Drawing several thousand people each year to the P2P home base, Restoration Acres, Family Camp has been the catalyst for other family camps to be established from Delaware to Arizona, and from New York to Florida. It is a preaching event that typically includes 21 different sermons from 15-20 different speakers. The camp continues through Thursday.


Robert Stegbauer|The Times-Gazette

After a rain storm swept through the area, Vernon Eldridge speaks to a crowd gathered Tuesday at Restoration Acres for Hillsboro Family Camp. The camp began in 1972 and has grown to become a premier event in the Restoration Movement in America. Drawing several thousand people each year to the P2P home base, Restoration Acres, Family Camp has been the catalyst for other family camps to be established from Delaware to Arizona, and from New York to Florida. It is a preaching event that typically includes 21 different sermons from 15-20 different speakers. The camp continues through Thursday.

After a rain storm swept through the area, Vernon Eldridge speaks to a crowd gathered Tuesday at Restoration Acres for Hillsboro Family Camp. The camp began in 1972 and has grown to become a premier event in the Restoration Movement in America. Drawing several thousand people each year to the P2P home base, Restoration Acres, Family Camp has been the catalyst for other family camps to be established from Delaware to Arizona, and from New York to Florida. It is a preaching event that typically includes 21 different sermons from 15-20 different speakers. The camp continues through Thursday.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Family-Camp-pic-1.jpgAfter a rain storm swept through the area, Vernon Eldridge speaks to a crowd gathered Tuesday at Restoration Acres for Hillsboro Family Camp. The camp began in 1972 and has grown to become a premier event in the Restoration Movement in America. Drawing several thousand people each year to the P2P home base, Restoration Acres, Family Camp has been the catalyst for other family camps to be established from Delaware to Arizona, and from New York to Florida. It is a preaching event that typically includes 21 different sermons from 15-20 different speakers. The camp continues through Thursday. Robert Stegbauer|The Times-Gazette
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