It's 20 Years of Family Retreats and Counting!

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • June 29, 2011
  • Family Retreats, Video Archives

This week marks the 20th anniversary of our Family Retreats – it was 1991 when we held our first retreat for disabled people and their families at Spruce Lake in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. Yesterday, Ken and I whipped out a fun video greeting, congratulating the group at Spruce Lake this week. Click on the video and pass on the link to your friends; it’s a celebration worth sharing far and wide as we praise God for His faithfulness over the years!


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Attendent for the past 18 years and I loved everyone of them as well as all who I've come to know and love at Spruce. Tell John Wern(spelling I am sorry) we missed him at the reunion Wednsday night. Thanks for retreats.
  • Aug. 11, 2011
  • 9:27 a.m.
  • the bynon family
Dear Joni, physical blind men know they are blind, but spiritual blind men don't always.So if we try to help those who live in dark- ness,they must know they are blind spiritually.There is where God comes in. He alone can shine in the spiritual dark- ness with His word.Our part is to show the love of God for the spiritually blind and proclaiming the truth of the gospel. I sincerely believe that bringing the gospel to the lost the way JAF does, is the best way possible.For you not only proclaim it,you also show it by providing the wheelchairs to those who are in need.This world is in a terrible situation and the Lord is coming! We must do our best in testifying of the love Jesus has for this world.Not only with words but also with actions! Blessings to you and Ken! San
  • June 29, 2011
  • 10:59 p.m.
  • San Tjoa