Friends of Indian Springs
Throughout the years, Indian Springs has been associated with numerous organizations whose doctrines and traditions on holiness are similar. These institutions range from seminaries, colleges, and missionary organizations to publishing companies.
A branch of the American Family Association, founded by Don Wildmon. It is the largest and most effective pro-family organization in the country. The AFA believes that a culture based on biblical truth best serves the well-being of our nation and families. The AFA hosts over 200 radio stations, broadcasting spiritual, political and cultural information from a scriptural perspective.
Asbury University and Indian Springs Holiness Camp Meeting have had a 100+ year history together. Asbury is a Christian liberal arts university located in Wilmore, Kentucky. It is ranked 4th among comprehensive colleges in the South by U.S. News and World Report. The Templeton Foundation named Asbury University as one of the top character-building colleges in the nation. www.asbury.edu
Asbury Seminary, also located in Wilmore, Kentucky, is one of the largest theological seminaries in the United States. Offering several masters' level programs as well as various doctoral programs, Asbury Seminary is at the leading edge of theological training in the Wesleyan tradition. Visit their web site at www.asburyseminary.edu.
Avon Park Camp Association sponsors an interdenominational Bible Conference Grounds with a Wesleyan emphasis where everyone is welcome. The association provides a Christian environment for permanent and temporary residents, as well as living facilities for seasonal participants. It is located in Avon Park, FL, and near many lovely golf courses and recreational facilities. www.avonparkcamp.org
The Francis Asbury Society's vision is to spread Scriptural holiness throughout the world via itinerant evangelists, retreats and the publication of scholarly, ministerial and popular materials. Their web site is www.francisasburysociety.com.
This is a reference web site for many of America's holiness camp meetings in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, New Jersey and Ohio. www.campmeeting.us
Indiana's fastest-growing university is an evangelical Christian comprehensive university that is committed to liberal arts and professional education. More than 80 majors are offered, covering everything from Art to Theology and Ministry. An increasing number of honors students on the residential campus has led to the formation of the John Wesley Honors College. www.iwu.edu
This dynamic organization trains and mobilizes leaders of leaders to reach their nations for Christ. Qualified Christian leaders are strategically selected to train in leadership, evangelism and multiplication of new believers. During 2005, nearly 4000 leader around the world received ILI advanced training. Alumni now lead their own nationals in thirty nations. Visit their web site at www.iliteam.org
Located in the hills of eastern Kentucky, KMBC is a four-year college that trains men and women for Christian ministry with distinction. Many of our camp meetings' evangelists and speakers have been graduates of this school. Visit their web site at www.kmbc.edu for the latest information on the school and its ministry.
"Every Christian is uniquely designed by God to have an impact on the live of others in unique ways." This is the belief of Kingdom Building Ministries which equips Christians to apply their gifts and life's experiences to ministry. God has equipped us with different passions, gifts and spheres of influence that will shape how we serve Him and others. The ministry focuses on junior and senior high as well as college age youth.
NHIM's goal is NHIM was founded in 1983 by Dr. Roy Lauter, to offer students a global ministry perspective. Over 30 years later, NHIM promotes missions awareness at the local level, offers opportunities for service on short-term mission trips and provides medical/financial assistance to those in need.
OMS International, based in Greenwood, Indiana, is another distinctively Wesleyan-Arminian mission society. With over 500 missionaries and homeland staff, OMS works around the world. Visit their web site at www.onemissionsociety.org for prayer requests, reports from the fields, and missionary spotlights.
Perdue Ministries was founded by Dr. Nelson Perdue. This evangelistic ministry is dedicated to true renewal and revival in the church. It also focuses on scriptural holiness as a way of life for believers.
Dr. Perdue has been an evangelist at Indian Springs. www.perdueministries.com
The Francis Asbury Society, is a fellowship of Christian women who are committed to spreading the message of a holy heart by means of teaching and modeling the indwelling presence of the Holy Spirit. Their commission is from Titus 2:5: older women investing in younger women, training and equipping them in holiness of heart and life.
Wesley Biblical Seminary is located in Jackson, Mississippi, and is committed to training leaders of integrity and excellence in the holiness tradition. Visit their web site at www.wbs.edu for more information on the school.
Another holiness camp meeting in the middle Georgia area is Taylor County Camp Meeting, outside of Butler, Georgia. It is similar in purpose and theology to Indian Springs Holiness Camp Meeting. Visit their web site at www.taylorcountycamp.org to learn more about their children and youth programs, Bible studies and accommodations.
"Focus on Renewal, Refreshment and Revival" is the core value of the Tom Atkins Evangelistic Association. Founded by Dr. Tom Atkins, this organization's empowers the laity for evangelism. Dr. Atkins represents a new generation of evangelists by seeking to bring the timeless truths and experiences of the Gospel to our contemporary culture. He is a frequent evangelist at Indian Springs Camp Meeting. Visit their web site at www.tomatkins.org
World Gospel Mission, based in Marion, Indiana, has over 350 missionaries serving in over 23 areas of the world. Their ministries include church planting, evangelism, education, medical care and community health. They are committed to training national Christians to take the Good News to their own people. Their web site is www.wgm.org.