Thursday, July 18, 2019 – Hosted by OMS (One Mission Society) with special observances and missionary speakers at all services throughout the camp. The main Missionary Service is at 7:30 pm in the Main Tabernacle.
Our 2019 Missionaries:
Indian Springs welcomes the Jonathan Morton family as our 2019 missionary family. They serve with OMS (One Mission Society) in the United States with an emphasis on Hispanic ministries.
Jonathan and Lupita were married in 1997 and have two children, Daniel and Noah. Jonathan is from Ireland and Lupita is originally from Mexico. They served with OMS planting churches in Mexico for 13 years before coming to the USA for Jonathan to work as Director for International Ministries with OMS.
In 2016 the Mortons began a global network of multiplying churches within Hispanic people groups. New Life Network is very successful in making disciples and has reproduced churches in six countries. New believers are discipled to impact others and then reproduce disciples and new churches.
Lupita focuses on making disciples and mentoring leaders while Jonathan provides global leadership to New Life. Indian Springs looks forward to learning about the Morton’s dynamic ministry and outreach.
Our Tradition of Missionary Day
One of the hallmarks of Indian Springs Holiness Camp Meeting has been its involvement with missionaries committed to the understanding and application of Scriptural Holiness. It has been our tradition to support and feature missionaries serving with World Gospel Mission one year and One Mission Society the next year.
Missionary Day has always had a special focus within the life of the camp. Throughout the day, all services in the Main Tabernacle have brief interviews with various members of our missionary families. In addition, one of the adults visits the Children’s, the Tweens’ and Youth programs in order to share the missionary experience with all ages on the camp ground.
Missionary Day ends in a deeply meaningful missionary message followed by a special offering. In 2006, the outpouring of the Holy Spirit was so evident after the message, that an offering of $350,000 resulted!
Please keep our missionary families in your prayers for their ministries, their financial support and their safety.
See also The Lizzie Project, a Honduras backpack and scholarship ministry associated with the Ladies’ Fellowship.
Other Missionary Families
Please continue to offer prayer and financial support to our missionary families.
- John & Beth Muehleisen – Uganda (2018)
- Tom & Tonya Overton – US (2017)
- Thane & Laura Ury – China (2017)
- Georges & Laura Vargas – New Mexico (2016)
- Larry & Angie Overholt – Honduras (2016)
- Thane & Laura Ury – Hong Kong (2015)
- David & Lori Long – China (2015)
- Billy & Joanna Coppedge – Uganda (2014)
- Billy Wayne & Jenny Fuller – Zambia (2014)