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“Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.” (Proverbs 27: 17)

We at Badaro Baptist Church desire to see men and women grow in their faith in Christ and knowledge of the Bible, as well as connect with one another. For this reason, the church arranges several camps during the year for adults, men, and women. The purpose behind this ministry is to:
-  get away from the hectic and turbulence of life,
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  have quiet and quality time with God and with each other,
- challenge men and women to strive to be the way God created them to be,  
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  fulfill the purpose in the way we relate to our families, in the way we relate in the working world, in the way we worship and serve God, and in the way we carry out the plans and purposes God has for us.
The camps are always an opportunity to solve issues that affect our personal life in relation to problems and the society we are living in. They are a great opportunity to get to know each other better, and hear and learn more about the God we serve. These fruitful days are highlighted with harmony and enthusiasm among all campers coming from different age groups.
The camps we have organized every year since 1969 have taken place in Souk El Gharb School (Aley), Katchak Center for Armenians (Monteverde), Lebanese Evangelical School for Girls and Boys (Loueizeh), Deir Saydit El-Nour (Faytroun), and Deir Saydit El Jabal (Fatqa).

The series and sermons in each camp revolved around a different theme, such as:
2008: Until We Get There / 2007: We Are Different / 2005: The Life and the Ministry of the Believer
2004: The Path of Faith / 2003: Laborers for Work / 2002: The Believer is a Stranger / 2001: Building Yourselves
2000: The Grace that is Working Today / 1999: Getting Ready / 1998: Holiness / 1997: The Fruits
1996: The Revival  / 1995: For Yet a Little While and He Who is Coming will Come and Will not Tarry
1993: In Your Presence is Fullness of Joy / 1992: … Who Walks in the Midst of the Seven Golden Lamp Stands

 
 

 
 
   
 

 
The Church's Annual Summer Conference - August 11-14, 2014
Finally, the long-awaited moment became a reality as the church members after several years joyfully relived the best memorable days in Ketchaq. On August 11, 2014 the church congregation along with some of its friends left their busy life and drove up to Ketchaq, the Evangelical Armenian Center for a retreat with the Lord. The church members and friends spent four full days contemplating topics under the theme: “… that your joy may be full”. A number of sermons were given during the conference; we were encouraged to reclaim our modesty, re-activate our first love to our Savior, deepen our knowledge on the nature of God, love Him more, seek His glory, and reshuffle our priorities so that our joy in the Lord is complete and apparent in us. The sermons were really life-changing and the congregation left the conference with new decisions.
 

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Men's Nature Camp -  August 1-3 , 2013
This year, Men's Nature Camp theme was taken from Matthew 10 verse 24: " A disciple is not above his teacher, nor a servant above his master". Four sessions were dedicated to discuss how to be Christlike in:
1-Forgiveness
2- Suffering
3-Ministry
4- Rising above the mundane concerns
Manhood means seeking to be Christlike; and if Christ passed through the above four challenges, we also have to follow His footsteps.
 

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The Church's Annual Summer Camp -  August 22-24 , 2012
The church congregation joined for its annual conference that was held in the church’s premises for three consecutive days.

“The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand; repent and believe in the gospel”.  (Mark 1:15) was the theme of the retreat.
Reverend Imad Shehadeh and Reverend Edgar Traboulsi were the featured speakers. The schedule of each day included two sessions preceded by a time of worship and prayer. “What is the gospel and what is its effect on life?” was Reverend Shehadeh’s main focus in the first session. In the second session, Reverend Traboulsi talked about “The temptations of Jesus”.
In between the two sessions, the congregation had a wonderful time of fellowship with a special dinner served for the occasion.
 

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The Church's Annual Summer Camp -  August 23-25 , 2011
The church has long been awaiting this event. All church members and friends gathered at the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary for a three-day retreat led by reverend Imad Shehadeh under the theme “For yet a little while…” (Hebrews 10:37). The conference tackled deep theological topics about the nature of heaven and hell, the freedom of remission and justification, and the true meaning of the trinity.
We can confidently say that the lord truly blessed us.

 

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Men's Camp - August  10th–13th, 2011
Summer is back, and the church’s men kept their tradition by reuniting in Beit Monzer around the theme “What does it mean to be Christian?”. Pastor Tony discussed the five essential points that make up a real Christian person. This entails being born again (a new creation, a new life, and a new loyalty), being the possession of God (chosen, appointed, loved, and stranger), living by faith (faithful steward, fruitful, conqueror), protected by the Lord (through Christ, the word of God, prayer, church, and commitment), and a servant minister (a great honor that needs humility).
 

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  Men's Camp July 15th-18th, 2010 About the Camp
  Men's Nature Camp July 15th-18th, 2009 About the Camp
  Women's Retreat December 6,2008 About the Retreat
  The Church's annual summer camp Saydit El Jabal - August 26th-29th, 2008 About the Camp
  The First Retreat for Men Saydit El Jabal - January 2008  
  The Church's annual summer camp Faitroun - August 14-17, 2007 Listen to the Sermons
  The Church's annual summer camp Faitroun 2005 Listen to the Sermons
  The Church's annual summer camp Faitroun 2004  
       
 

 

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Updated: 13/09/14