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Memorial Day Weekend

41.2266° N, 75.2676° W

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May 22 2020 - May 25 2020 - 4 - 8 pm Arrival

Featuring:  Dr. Paul Pettit and Jamal Sarikoki

Enjoy this weekend that kick starts summer in the beautiful and Christ-centered environment of Spruce Lake!  A memorable, uplifting experience awaits your family!



  • 3-nights lodging & meals (Saturday Breakfast through Monday lunch)
  • $864/Family of 4
  • $984/Family of 6
  • Call for all other pricing

Speaker: Dr. Paul Pettit

Dr. Paul Pettit serves as Director of Career Services and teaches in the departments of Pastoral Ministries and Educational Ministries & Leadership at Dallas Theological Seminary. Paul’s background includes experience as a sportscaster, author, and speaker. He and wife Pamela, co-authored Congratulations, You’re Gonna be a Dad! (Kregel) In addition Paul has written; Dynamic Dads: How to be a Hero to Your Kids (Tyndale House), Congratulations, You’ve Got ‘Tweens. (Kregel), Foundations of Spiritual Formation (Kregel Academic), and Blessed are the Balanced (Kregel Digital Editions).  Paul holds degrees from the University of Kansas, Moody Bible Institute’s Advanced Studies Program, and both the Master of Theology and Doctor of Ministry from Dallas Seminary. He enjoys coaching emerging leaders. Dr. Pettit and his wife, Pamela (a Neo-Natal Nurse Practitioner) have five children and live in Dallas, Texas.


Worship & Concert: Jamal Sarikoki

 Jamal Sarikoki has been heavily involved with music since the age of four. He started with violin at age five under the direction of Lucinda Ali Landing, and would later on study with Ethan Adlesman, and Chicago Sinfonietta, and Jaffrey Ballet Orchestra members Robert Fisher, (Violin/Viola) and Terrance Grey (Violin).  He is Director of Music and Worship at First Baptist Church of Hackensack New Jersey, where he oversees all music and worship ministries. He is also preparing the church choir for their passion week cantata in which they will be singing “The Crucifixion” by Sir John Stainer, and is also preparing for a tour to Asia with the Chamber Ensembles of Nyack college in January 2013.

Jamal firmly believes that music should be for the glory of God, and to bring happiness and joy to the hearts of people. He thoroughly believes in helping create a great worship experience for the people of God.

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