Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Love Extravagantly

“…we have three things to do to lead us toward that consummation: Trust steadily in God, hope unswervingly, love extravagantly. And the best of the three is love.” 1 Corinthians 13:13

Camp Redwood Glen :: February 18-20, 2011

Check out the following link for details and registration:


What time will the event begin and end?
Registration begins Friday, February 18th 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. The first meeting begins on Friday at 7:00 p.m. The last meeting will be the Sunday morning meeting, followed by lunch.

Should I bring my own bedding?
Yes. Linen will not be provided unless you have special housing needs.
What will the weather be like?
February in Northern California can be a little chilly. Bring some warm clothes. Check the weather forcast here as you approach the weekend.

Who should attend?
Worship leaders, artists, worship participants, soldiers, officers, or anyone interested in worship, and over 18 years of age.

Who are the guests?
Main Speaker: Bart Tarman, a former chaplain of Westmont College, Young Life staff member, and associate pastor, is an ordained Presbyterian minister who holds a master’s of divinity degree. For the past six years, he’s worked with members of the U.S. House and Senate prayer groups to encourage friendships in Jesus around the world. He and his wife of 38 years, Linda, help serve as a liaison on behalf of these groups to Latin American nations. Bart has been associated with the National Prayer Breakfast for more than 30 years.

Drama: Lacey Theatre Company was founded in 2004 by award winning British author of the word on the street, Rob Lacey. Rob, together with a group of actors, sought a fresh approach to theatre and storytelling with the Bible as their inspiration. Touring around churches, schools, prisons and conferences we tell old, sacred stories in a new, everyday way.

We do act, we do sing, we do that humming warm up thing, we do story, we do wit, we do poems, we do riddim wid it, we do workshop, we do teach, we do the big speech, we do inreach, upreach, outreach, we do most things, we do not preach…

Dance: Alicia Hood has spent the last 10 years as a staff Choreographer for the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. She has had the pleasure of choreographing portions of a number of Parades and shows locally at the Disneyland Resort. Some of her current work can be seen in Fantasmic!, Drawn to the Magic, A Christmas Fantasy, and Mickey’s Halloween Costume Party. Alicia has also served as Assistant Choreographer for such performances as Disney’s Electrical Parade, Walt Disney’s Parade of Dreams, Lights, Camera, Chaos, and Goofy’s Beach Party Bash. In addition to being classically trained in ballet, tap, and jazz, she has gained experience in Web, Trampoline, and Bungee as well as elementary Stunt work to create movement for the various needs within the Resort.

Prior to moving into Choreography, Alicia enjoyed a successful performing career which included touring the United States and abroad in Japan with different dance and entertainment companies, including Disney, Diavolo, and Buena Vista. She also appeared in numerous Corporate industrials, Musical Theatre productions, music videos, and several summer intensives with the American Ballet Theatre Company. She worships with The Salvation Army Praiseworks in Anaheim, California with husband Mark Hood.