february, 2021

21feb8:00 am9:00 amMen's Boot Camp

Event Details

Boot Camp at Immanuel is when men can invite their friends to enjoy an excellent breakfast, have good fellowship, and study what the Bible says about various subjects dealing with our walk with Jesus.

Our friends at Mill Creek Cattle Company will provide us with their colossal Brisket and Pull Pork breakfast burritos.

As customary, we don’t charge for the food, but offering buckets are available if you would like to contribute. Remember, we will be outside in the Pavilion area Saturday, February 20th, starting at 8 AM sharp!

From Scott Stevenson:

I will continue our study on John Owen and The Mortification of Sin. January, we covered the intro into the study, in February will cover Why the Flesh Must Be Mortified, covering the following topics:

• Indwelling sin always abides while we are in this world; therefore, there is always a need for it to be mortified(killed).
• Sin is still acting and laboring to bring forth the deeds of the flesh
• Our Strength in The Performance of This Duty Comes Through the Spirit.
• Sin, if not continually mortified, will bring forth great, cursed, scandalous, and soul-destroying sins.
• The Holy Spirit and our new nature are given to us to oppose sin and lust
• Neglect of this duty makes the inner man decay instead of renewing him.
• Our spiritual growth is our daily duty.

“Your position in Christ, and the new life that you have in Him, does not excuse you from this work.” – John Owen.

I look forward to our meeting.

Breakfast provided. Due to COVID restrictions, online registration is required to reserve your spot.

Keep in mind that this is a socially distanced event; attendees are expected to keep 6-feet away from others outside your family groups. Face coverings are required, and temperature screenings will be taken before entry. If you are experiencing symptoms of sickness or are considered high-risk for COVID-19, we encourage you to stay home and take advantage of our resources at ibchighland.org/churchonline. See more about COVID-19 precautions on the CDC website here!



(Sunday) 8:00 am - 9:00 am