This world is a great harvest field. Farmers choose the season, tender the ground, and spread the seeds. They are committed to providing all the nutrients and protection for the vulnerable shoot to reach maturity. Unwanted pests, plant diseases, inclement weather, and invasive weeds are confronted with valiant efforts to preserve the crop. Fertilizer is applied to nourish the roots. An expensive irrigation system is used to enhance the potential for growth. Their work is endured until the harvest time is over and the produce is stored in proper storehouses.
Jesus used many ordinary earthly experiences to introduce the eternal principles of His kingdom. One of those lessons is found in the parable of the wheat and the weed, the good and bad seed fighting for a place in the same field. The weed is laid on the ground by the enemy forces to take away the energy and productivity of the soil. Both plants grow together and are similar in appearance. It will be premature to remove one, as the other will be damaged in the process. The devil envisions a bountiful harvest in detriment of God's crop. Only the harvest time will it be possible to identify the fruit. In that tie, we will see who belongs to God and those who are from the devil. These different fruits will face very distinct destinations.
Ronaldo da Cunha
Fl. Men's Ministries Dir
We live today in the time when the field is populated by the wheat and the weed. "The field is the world, and the good seed is the sons of the kingdom. The weeds are the sons of the evil one." (Mat. 13:38). Are you a son of the evil one or son of the kingdom? What are the distinctive characteristics of each group? What kind of fruit are you producing in your life? Who is influencing your appetite for entertainment, relationship, commitment, and priorities? Are you investing your resources in heavenly treasure or a rusty earthly bottomless pit? Is your lifestyle conducive to a heavenly or an earthly destiny?
These are the questions answered in our 2019 Florida Conference Men's Ministries Conventions. Come and be moved by messages and seminars presented by powerful preaching. Be anointed by refreshing inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Be revived by the Word of God.
- Ronaldo da Cunha, Florida Men's Ministries Director
Discounted prices ($25 less) if registered before January 1, 2019. A non-refundable deposit of $58.75 is required.
There is a 50% discount for pastors. 50% discount for Men's Ministry leaders that bring ten attendees, and free if bringing fifteen or more.
Cancellations must be in writing or e-mail no later than March 8, 2019, at 11 AM.
Reservations can be made online at www.campkulaqua.com or by calling 386-454-1351.
If a group is registering from the same church then please call Camp Kulaqua at the number above.