Pastor Mark Schroeder

His topics for the camp this year will be

Mon night: The Sovereignty of God  
Tuesday morning: The Knowledge and Wisdom of God
      Answering the question: In Whom does a living faith cling to?       
      Without God we have no saving faith.

Pastor of Harvest Orthodox Presbyterian, San Marcos, CA

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Pastor Jesse Pirschel

His topics for the camp this year will be

Tuesday morning (second message): Living by Faith for Sanctification   
Tuesday night: Living by Faith through the Ordinary Means
Wednesday morning: Living by Faith in the Community of Saints
        Answering the question: How does a living faith grow and  
        mature? This covers the means of grace and context.

Jesse is the Pastor at Providence Presbyterian Church in Temecula, California. He has been married to Lenny for 15 years, and is the father of Maya, Solomon, Silas, and Israel. He is a graduate of Calvary Chapel Bible College and Reformed Theological Seminary.

Formerly a Calvary Chapel pastor, Jesse came to believe the Reformed faith as a more Biblically faithful expression of the Christian faith. Since leaving Calvary, he graduated with an M.Div from Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando and served as an intern at Harvest OPC in Vista, CA. In 2004, Jesse was called by God to serve as the Pastor of the Temecula congregation.

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Pastor Charles Perkins

His topics for the camp this year will be

Wednesday morning (second message): Living by Faith: Gospel Humility (Pvbs. 6:16-17)
Wednesday night: Living by Faith: Gospel Values (Isa. 5:20-21) 
Thursday morning: Living by Faith: Gospel Affections  (Rom. 12:9-12)
         Answering the question: How does a living faith impact our 
         characters? In other words–a living faith causes us to   
         pursue holiness.

Charles Perkins grew up in East Tennessee and graduated from the US Naval Academy with a degree in electrical engineering in 1984. After serving as a submarine officer for five years, he helped train power plant operators and got a master’s degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK) in Secondary Education. During the time at UTK, he taught high school in Maryville, TN.

After this, he married Mary Jane in 1993. He has four children, Rose, Peter, Grace, and Matthew, along with five dogs and a cat.

He graduated Westminster Seminary California and has served as pastor for the Prescott Presbyterian Church of Prescott, AZ since November 1997.

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Pastor Jerry Farnik

His topics for the camp this year will be

Thursday morning (second message): Choosing the Way of Christ by Faith  (Heb. 11:23-29)
          Answering the question: How does a living faith take a stand 
           in this world? Faith is willing to endure hardships for Christ.

Jerry and his wife Marilyn have served as missionaries in the Czech Republic for almost twenty-six years and still see a great need for mis­sions in that country. People sometimes ask them, “How did you come to serve here?” Clearly, it was the grace and provi­dence of God that made this possible.

To know more about Jerry and Marilyn read the article New Horizons had about them this January on pages 10-11.

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Pastor Zachary Keele

His topics for the camp this year will be

Thursday night: Living By Faith through Hardships  (I Peter 4:12-19)
Friday morning: Living By Faith in the Face of Death  (I Cor 15:54-55)
Friday morning (second message): Living By Faith with a Living Hope  (Rev 7:9-17)
            Answering the question: How does a living faith suffer in 
            hope? A living faith begins in this world but it takes us to 
            the next!

Reverend Zachary Keele of the Escondido Orthodox Presbyterian Church, grew up on a ranch in a small town named Crawford, Colorado. He spent much of his young life running cattle, fixing fence, and putting up hay. After high school, he left Crawford to attend Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. During his time at Geneva he met his wife, Tovauh, whom he married six hours after his graduation in 1999. A year later, the couple located to Southern California for Reverend Keele to begin his Master of Divinity studies at Westminster Seminary California (WSC). He graduated with honors from WSC as well as welcomed the birth of his first son, Alexander, in May of 2003. After his graduation, he was called to serve at the Escondido Orthodox Presbyterian Church plant. He was ordained in February 2004 by the Southern California Presbytery.

A year after being called as the evangelist of Escondido OPC, the Keele family celebrated the birth of their second son, Bëor. In the summer of 2006 Escondido OPC went on to be particularized and we once again called Reverend Keele to be our pastor.

Besides being the full-time senior pastor at Escondido OPC, he teaches every spring semester at WSC. When he is not serving the church, he enjoys wrestling with his sons, hiking, surfing, and enjoying fellowship with family and friends.

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