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Eager for the Feast of Tabernacles 2012? Join CEM at the Emerald Coast Convention Center in Fort Walton Beach, FL.

Until then, you can see some scenes from the 2011 celebrations here.


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What is the Feast of Tabernacles?


    For eight days in the fall of the year, Christians in our tradition pause to observe "The Feast of Tabernacles." We celebrate this festival because it is commanded of God (Leviticus 23) and because we see a powerful Christian significance in the feast. For us, this is not merely a Jewish holiday, but one of the "Appointed Times of God," given to remind us every year of an important part of His plan and deepens our understanding of the work and ministry of Jesus Christ.

    This feast is a family pilgrimage festival, that is a festival observed away from home. We go where many of God's people gather. For eight days we worship, rest, play and learn together. Every day includes an uplifting worship service where we glorify God in song, in the reading and exposition of Scripture and prayer. Each day also includes workshops, seminars designed "That the man of God may be proficient and equipped to every good work" and children's and youth classes. There are plenty of opportunities for Christian fellowship, with activities designed not only for fun, but for meeting new people and for bonding with new friends. Come and keep the Feast with us. Everyone is welcome and no prior reservations are required. We have plenty of room for you. Come and worship for one day or eight, but come. You will grow deeper in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Music at the Feast


    Do you want to be part of the worship service at the Feast? Do you have skills and talents that you want to put to use to help lead God's people in worship during the Feast? There are plenty of opportunities for you. Currently, this is what we are planning, but we are always open to other suggestions:

  • Daily Song Services
  • Song Service Orchestra (Includes all types of instruments.)
  • Special Music
  • The Fun Show


    If you'd like to present special music at the Feast, or if you play an instrument and would like to be part of a song service orchestra, please contact us. The talents of each musician at the Feast are important to enrich the worship service for all, so thank you for helping in this area.



Feast Music

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Dinosaur Valley State Park
Dinosaur Valley State Park
Creation Evidence Museum of Texas
Creation Evidence Museum of Texas
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center
Dinosaur Valley State Park
Dinosaur Valley State Park
Creation Evidence Museum of Texas
Creation Evidence Museum of Texas
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center

    "Dinosaur Valley State Park contains some of the best preserved dinosaur tracks in the world. The dinosaur tracks are located in the riverbed, so please call ahead to check on river conditions." "Other activities include camping, picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, equestrian use in a separate 100-acre area, river swimming and fishing, and wildlife observation"

    "At the Creation Evidence Museum of Texas visitors can see artifacts and displays covering the ancient history of Man and Earth. Fossils, tools, prints, and displays help present substantiation of, and encourage discussion of, the Creation model.

    The Fossil Rim Wildlife Center boasts over 1,000 animals of over 50 native and non-native species living across its 1,700 acres. From Red Wolves to White Rhinoceroses, Mountain Zebras to Prairie Chickens, speedy Cheetahs to the Texas Tortoise, Fossil Rim makes a great place for nature lovers of all stripes to visit.

    "Dinosaur Valley State Park contains some of the best preserved dinosaur tracks in the world. The dinosaur tracks are located in the riverbed, so please call ahead to check on river conditions." "Other activities include camping, picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, equestrian use in a separate 100-acre area, river swimming and fishing, and wildlife observation"

    "At the Creation Evidence Museum of Texas visitors can see artifacts and displays covering the ancient history of Man and Earth. Fossils, tools, prints, and displays help present substantiation of, and encourage discussion of, the Creation model.

    The Fossil Rim Wildlife Center boasts over 1,000 animals of over 50 native and non-native species living across its 1,700 acres. From Red Wolves to White Rhinoceroses, Mountain Zebras to Prairie Chickens, speedy Cheetahs to the Texas Tortoise, Fossil Rim makes a great place for nature lovers of all stripes to visit.




Feast YEA


   KIDS! Join these action-packed, fun-filled classes and seminars each day of the Feast! You'll want to be with your friends and make new ones as you study the Bible. Explore ways to live a godly life in a world that rejects God. YEA knows it's tough out there. We're your support group. Come get re-charged! Classes and seminars begin each morning at 9:30. There are no classes on the Sabbath and Holy Days. You'll have classes or seminars Friday, and Sunday through Wednesday during the Feast. Be sure to make it to the very first class or seminar so you can meet and know everyone. You'll have even more fun at the Feast this year.


2014 YEA Schedule to Be Announced



Lesson

Beginners (3-5)

Theme: What Will You Bee?

  • Lesson 1: Bee Joyful!
  • Lesson 2: Bee Helpful!
  • Lesson 3: Bee Still!
  • Lesson 4: Bee Kind!
  • Lesson 5: Bee-lieve!

Lesson

Primaries (6-8)

Theme: Friends Forever

  • Lesson 1: Feast with Friends
  • Lesson 2: Kindness Makes Friends
  • Lesson 3: Friends Say "I'm Sorry"
  • Lesson 4: Happy Hearts
  • Lesson 5: A Labor of Love




Lesson

Juniors (9-11)

Theme: Stay on Course

  • Lesson 1: Stay on Track
  • Lesson 2: True Colors
  • Lesson 3: Gaining Momentum
  • Lesson 4: Flat Tires
  • Lesson 5: Avoid the Ruts

Lesson

Intermediates (12-15)

Theme: Get Real

  • Lesson 1: Learn Something!
  • Lesson 2: Life's Puzzle
  • Lesson 3: Your Gifts
  • Lesson 4: Money Matters
  • Lesson 5: Where Are You Going?




Lesson

Senior Teens (16-20)

Theme: Smart Talk

  • Seminar 1: Feast Talk
  • Seminar 2: Parent Talk Isn't Cheap
  • Seminar 3: Say It Better
  • Seminar 4: Money Talk
  • Seminar 5: Power Talk

Accommodations


2014 Rates and Offers to Be Announced



    For your accommodations during the 2013 Feast of Tabernacles at Hot Springs, Arkansas, Christian Educational Ministries is pleased to have been offered discounted rates from the service providers listed below. Please note that Christian Educational Ministries does not intend, by providing this information, to endorse any of these resorts or companies. This information is provided solely as a service to you. Please exercise your own good judgment in making a decision regarding accommodations during the Feast.

We look forward to seeing you in Hot Springs!


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Seminar Schedule


2014 Seminars to Be Announced



    CEM is working hard to develop a slate of seminar presenters for the 2013 Feast. At this point, the following individuals have committed to presenting seminars this year. Stay tuned for more presenters to be added, and as we post the details of their presentations and finalize a schedule.


John Beasley - The Destruction of the Dollar

Bernard Carman - To be announced

Mardy Cobb - Mission in Kenya, Africa

Ronald L. Dart - CDs of Ronald Dart previously recorded sermons to be played each day

Michael Deering - Mission in India

Brent Kern - Mission in China

Rod Martin - To be announced


Contact us if you are interested in presenting a seminar.

 

Friday, September 20 - 9:30 AM

"China, The Three Self Church, and Birdcage Theology: The Explosive Growth of Christianity in China"
presented by: Brent Kern - (Maple Room #2)

Is it the work of God, an exercise of freedom, or a way for the Party to track their domestic "enemies?" Christianity is growing in China faster than anyone could have ever imagined. The Communist Party has established a Christian church for the nation. Churches are being built. Bibles are being printed. People are turning their lives over to Christ. But will this "Birdcage Theology" continue to grow? Will it nurture the desire for God's people to draw nearer to him? Will it be a light that the entire world can see, or will it all come crashing down like many Westerners are predicting? Hear about what God is doing in China and how we can learn from the new Chinese Christian example.



"Insights into Understanding Prophecy"
presented by: John Reedy - (Oak Room #1)

Looking at basic principles to understand prophecy and some specific prophetic messages.



"Confusion, Fear, and Grace" (CD)
presented by: Ronald Dart - (Oak Room #2)

Remember your first reaction when you came across a profound truth in the Bible or heard something the first time from a preacher, and you knew it was really right? Suddenly, things came into focus that had been out of focus. That’s how it is supposed to work. When it goes the other way—when confusion is your first reaction—you know something is wrong. Ronald Dart explains how you an avoid confusion and fear. Are our minds big enough to grasp the grace, the mercy, the compassion, and the kindness of God? And what does that mean for your relationship with him?




Sunday, September 22 - 9:30 AM

"The Destruction of the Dollar"
presented by: John Beasley - (Maple Room #2)

A brief look at how the Federal Reserve's monetary policy is devaluing the value of our currency and the savings of Americans for the past 75 years.



"True Religion in Kenya, Africa"
presented by: Mardy Cobb - (Oak Room #1)

A presentation of the work done in Kenya helping widows, orphans and fatherless children. Also, some highlights of the congregations in Kenya that are supporting the orphanage and the preaching of The Gospel.



"Open to God" (CD)
presented by: Ronald Dart - (Oak Room #2)

There is no explanation of God, offered by man, can do anything except diminish God. The creation of dogma is a major stumbling block to really knowing and understanding God. If we don’t stay open to him, to his revelation of himself, we can never hope to understand. But as Ron Dart speaks of God in this way, who is he talking about? Find out in this captivating sermon.




Monday, September 23 - 9:30 AM

"Lost Among the Least: A Missionary's Life in the Slums of India - Part 1: A Difficult Harvest"
presented by: Michael Deering - (Maple Room #2)

Three millennia of paganism has kept India an almost unsown field for Christ. Doors have opened for the Gospel to go forward, but India is a hostile environment for Christianity to flourish. Discover how God is calling Sabbatarian brethren and churches to minister to a growing people in India.



Economics and the World Order
presented by: Rod Martin - (Oak Room #1)
The history of economic thought and its impact over the past 100 years will be discussed. You will examine the current crisis and what the future may hold for a new world order.



"One World" (CD)
presented by: Ronald Dart - (Oak Room #2)

This is a sermon about prophecy, although it won’t seem like it through much of the sermon. The return of Christ is the objective and the ultimate point of all prophecy. There is wide disagreement among prophecy buffs as to the interpretation of the ancient prophecies of the Bible. Where do they err? There is a basis for interpreting prophecy. It is not left up to our own imagination. There is a sure word of prophecy that is a light in the darkness.




Tuesday, September 24 - 9:30 AM

"Lost Among the Least: A Missionary's Life in the Slums of India - Part 2: Enduring Persecution"
presented by: Michael Deering - (Maple Room #2)

During his stay in the slums of Rajupalem, Michael learned the price of being a Christian in India. Institutionalized persecution is a way of life for Christians in India. Michael talks about its insidious practice and shows where it leads, prompting serious questions of his own faith and ability to endure hardship with his faith intact. This session will contain video and descriptions of abuse and brutality some may find very disturbing.



"Ephesian Unity" (CD)
presented by: Ronald Dart - (Oak Room #2)

The theme of the Book of Ephesians is unity. Ron Dart discusses the question of unity as perceived by Paul and as expounded by him in the Book of Ephesians. Find out what kind of unity Paul is talking about and what is the approach to it. You may be very surprised. This is a vital message for the church in our time.




Wednesday, September 25 - 9:30 AM

"Lost Among the Least: A Missionary's Life in the Slums of India - Part 3: The Growing Church in India"
presented by: Michael Deering - (Maple Room #2)

Uplifting and encouraging testimony and video of what it is like to live with the poorest of people on earth, the brethren in rural India. Learn how the Gospel is preached to a people who have never heard the name of Jesus and the kind of impact small congregations here in the USA are having to proclaim the good news to a desperate people, including CEM's own contribution. Ericka and Rienne Deering present Mission India's service to the Indian congregations and the Hebron orphanage and discuss the ongoing work our Father has blessed them to be part of.



"That Empty Space" (CD)
presented by: Ronald Dart - (Oak Room #2)

God made man and woman with an empty place inside. He created us that way, and left us with a longing that we cannot readily define, nor easily fulfill. A great amount of the hurt in human life comes about as a result of the attempts we make to fill that space withe wrong things. You’d be correct if you said that God is meant to fill that empty space. How, then, do we account for the persistence of the feeling of that empty space, even after we’ve received Christ? Can we resolve this longing?





Activities


2014 Activities to Be Announced



Activities for All Ages

    The Feast is a time for great rejoicing. Whether young or old, we have something for you. Every activity is organized to add to the joyful atmosphere of the Festival. Many opportunities are available for fellowship. Please check the Activity Table or monitors for complete details of every activity and join in on the fun!

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013
9:00 AM - Set Up - Arlington Hotel - Conference Rooms
6:00 PM - Festival Registration - Arlington Hotel - Foyer A
6:00 PM - YEA Registration - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr A
6:00 PM - Information & Bookstore - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr A
7:30 PM - Worship Service - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr C

Thursday, September 19th, 2013
10:00 AM - Festival Registration - Arlington Hotel - Foyer A
10:00 AM - YEA Registration - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr A
10:00 AM - Information & Bookstore - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr A
11:00 AM - Worship Service - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr C
1:00 PM - YEA Orientation Meeting - Arlington Hotel - Cypress Room 1 (All teaching staff are required to attend.)
7:00 PM - Pie & Ice Cream Social - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr C

Friday, September 20th, 2013
10:00 AM - Festival Registration - Arlington Hotel - Foyer A
10:00 AM - YEA Registration - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr A
10:00 AM - Information & Bookstore - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr A
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM - YEA Feast Classes - Arlington Hotel - Cypress, Hickory, Maple Rooms
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM - Christian Living Seminars - Arlington Hotel - Maple, Oak Rooms
11:00 AM - Worship Service - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr C
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM - Family Picnic - Family Park - Lunch provided by Sabbath Day Church of God, Hot Springs.

Saturday, September 21st, 2013
10:00 AM - Festival Registration - Arlington Hotel - Foyer A
10:00 AM - YEA Registration - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr A
10:00 AM - Information & Bookstore - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr A
11:00 AM - Worship Service - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr C
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM - Dinner Cruise - Belle of Hot Springs Riverboat (Board at 5:00 p.m. Sail from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Requires advance ticket purchase.)

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013
10:00 AM - Festival Registration - Arlington Hotel - Foyer A
10:00 AM - YEA Registration - Arlington Hotel - Conference Ctr A
10:00 AM - Information & Bookstore - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM - YEA Feast Classes - Arlington Hotel - Cypress, Hickory, Maple Rooms
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM - Christian Living Seminars - Arlington Hotel - Maple, Oak Rooms
11:00 AM - Worship Service - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
1:00 PM - Senior Luncheon - Arlington Hotel - Magnolia Room (Requires advance ticket purchase)
6:00 PM - 11:00 PM - Dances - Arlington Hotel - Magnolia Room

Monday, September 23rd, 2013
10:00 AM - Festival Registration - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
10:00 AM - YEA Registration - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
10:00 AM - Information & Bookstore - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM - YEA Feast Classes - Arlington Hotel - Cypress, Hickory, Maple Rooms
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM - Christian Living Seminars - Arlington Hotel - Maple, Oak Rooms
11:00 AM - Worship Service - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
2:00 PM - "Duck" Tours - National Park Duck Tours station - (Requires advance ticket purchase.)
7:30 PM - Praise & Worship Event - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013
10:00 AM - Festival Registration - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
10:00 AM - YEA Registration - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
10:00 AM - Information & Bookstore - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM - YEA Feast Classes - Arlington Hotel - Cypress, Hickory, Maple Rooms
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM - Christian Living Seminars - Arlington Hotel - Maple, Oak Rooms
11:00 AM - Worship Service - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
1:30 PM - Golf Scramble - Hot Springs Country Club
1:00 PM / 1:30 PM Luncheon Youth Day Practice & Pizza - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom (All YEA choir members should be present for choir run-through. Younger children should be accompanied by parent. All Youth Day participants must be present. Lunch provided by CEM in Magnolia Room for participants and staff.)
4:00 PM - Fun Show Participants Meeting / Sound Check - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
7:00 PM - Fun Show - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013
10:00 AM - Festival Registration - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
10:00 AM - YEA Registration - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
10:00 AM - Information & Bookstore - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM - YEA Feast Classes - Arlington Hotel - Cypress, Hickory, Maple Rooms
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM - Christian Living Seminars - Arlington Hotel - Maple, Oak Rooms
11:00 AM - Youth Day Service - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
1:00 PM - Festival Association Meeting - Arlington Hotel - Cypress Room 1 (Members of Festival Association are required to attend. Anyone interested in becoming part of the FA is welcome.)

Thursday, September 26th, 2013
10:00 AM - Festival Registration - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
10:00 AM - Information & Bookstore - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
11:00 AM - Worship Service - Arlington Hotel - Crystal Ballroom
1:00 PM - Pack Up - Arlington Hotel (Various)




Old Time Jerusalem

 Day

Time

 Sunday, September 30

6:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. with live cast

 Monday, October 1**

9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. with live cast

 

1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. no cast

 Tuesday, October 2

9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. no cast*

 Wednesday, October 3

9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. with live cast*

 

6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. with live cast

 Thursday, October 4

9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. with live cast*

 

6:30 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. with live cast

Friday, October 5

9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. with live cast*

 

1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. no cast

 

6:30 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. with live cast

 Saturday, October 6**

9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. with live cast

 

6:30 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. no cast

 Sunday, October 7

9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. with live cast*

 Monday, October 8**

9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. no cast

 

2014 Festival Association Team and Activity Leaders

Coming Soon

Would you like to help organize this year's Feast of Tabernacles? Let us know!



Team Leaders

Audio/Visual - Bernard Carman / Michael Compton
Information Desk - Daryl Prindle / Vicki Prindle / Marci Smith
Logistics - Johnnie Jones
Registration - Johnnie Jones / Carolyn Oxendine / Willie Oxendine / Judy Stark
Ushers - Jenee Zaydon
Volunteers - Paula Hughes
YEA - Linda Benton
YEA Advisor - Allie Dart


Activity Leaders

Dances - Bernard Carman / Michael Deering
Family Picnic - Sabbath Day Church of God, Hot Springs
Fun Show - Fred Porter
Golf Scramble - John Beasley
Praise & Worship Event - Angie Compton / Michael Compton

Speaking Schedule


2014 Speaking Schedule to Be Announced



2013 Feast Speaking Schedule

Wednesday (Opening Night) - 9/18

 7:30 PM

Richard Crow

Thursday - 9/19

 11:00 AM*

Richard Crow

Friday - 9/20

 11:00 AM

John Reedy

Saturday - 9/21

 11:00 AM

Mardy Cobb

Sunday - 9/22

 11:00 AM

Ronald L. Dart**

Monday - 9/23

 11:00 AM

John Beasley

Tuesday - 9/24

 11:00 AM

Gary Pettit

Wednesday - 9/25

 11:00 AM

Youth Day

Thursday (Last Great Day) - 9/26

 11:00 AM

Fred Porter

* A Holy Day offering will be taken.

** DVD Selected from the best previously recorded sermons.



John Beasley     John Beasley has served the Church of God since 1993. He has lead weekly worship services at his local congregation for over 10 years and serves on the church board. John has served CEM as a board member for the past 13 years. John is also active in his local community as a member of boards of 3 charitable and service organizations.
Mardy Cobb     Mardy Cobb is the pastor of the Church of God Restored (www.cogrestored.org). He also serves as the director of Child of God Rescue, a non-profit organization operating a home and school in Kenya for orphans and fatherless children. The mission of Child of God Rescue is to provide food, facilities, and parental guides in a loving environment, with teachers, supplies and curriculum necessary to meet the vision—highly educated young adults who have the loving structure and secure attachments necessary for stability in life, and are the best candidates for jobs and other opportunities. The rescue hopes to give these children a better future through education. More information is available at www.cogrescue.org.

 

Richard Crow

    Richard Crow is a graduate of the University of Houston Law Center and currently practices in the Houston office of a national law firm, focusing primarily in the areas of commercial real estate and finance. His community and professional activities include serving on the Mayor’s Homeless Strategy Group for the City of Houston and as Chair-elect of the Legislative Affairs Committee of the State Bar of Texas. Richard has been active in prison ministry for over 12 years, having conducted Sabbath and Holy Day services at the Ramsey Unit in Rosharon, Texas and the Hightower Unit in Dayton, Texas. He serves on the board of United Christian Ministries and is one of the presenters filling in for Mr. Dart on CEM’s Weekend Bible Study. Richard is married to his college sweetheart, Tracy (nee Davis), and they have three children, ages 11, 9 and 4.

Ronald L. Dart

    Ronald L. Dart is the founder of Christian Educational Ministries and the voice of the Born to Win radio program, heard across the nation and internationally. The author of several books, he has inspired thousands with his clear biblical teaching. He and his wife, Allie, have served the brethren for more than 50 years.

Gary Pettit

    Gary Pettit was introduced to the church of God as an eight year old, and was baptized in 1965. He has served as Y.O.U. coordinator, speech club president, athletic coach, social director, church treasurer, and Feast coordinator. He has served as a deacon and an elder, being ordained by Ray Wooten in 2004. He is the founder of the Church of God, a Sabbatarian Fellowship, and continues to serve there. He has been a featured speaker at the Feast in Arkansas, Florida, Missouri, and Tennessee, and is looking forward to celebrating his 57th Feast of Tabernacles this year.

Fred Porter

    Fred Porter BS, MS, has served as Pastor of Sabbath Day Church of God in Hot Springs for twelve years. He has been a member of God's Church 29 years. He and his wonderful wife, Jean, to whom he has been married for 46 years and they have two terrific grown children and four grand children. He spends most days working at his scrap metal business and is ready to retire to a more calm serene lifestyle. He enjoys doing church work, and playing golf.

John Reedy

    John Reedy lives in Tyler, TX with his wife, Felicity. They have a son and daughter, three grandchildren and three step-grandchildren. John is a 1974 graduate of Ambassador College in Big Sandy. He served in the full-time ministry until moving to Tyler and starting his landscaping business in 1980. He enjoys studying Biblical history, especially cultural influences at the time the scriptures were written.


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