Golf at the Exclusive Bent Creek Country Club – September 13

June 17, 2010 | No comments | Posted in Uncategorized | Tags:

Help support Pennsylvania Family Institute’s pro-family work, and our City On The Hill Youth Leadership Conference! Sign up today to be a sponsor and/or participate in our Fourth Annual Golf Classic at Bent Creek Country Club. Click here to register or call me at 1-800-FAMILY-1 (1-800-326-4591).

It’s coming up fast! The Golf Classic is being held Monday, September 13, 2010 on the exclusive Bent Creek Course. Participants will receive a lunch and gourmet dinner, prizes and gifts, and help impact the lives of our next generation of leaders.

Here are some comments from previous golfers:

“An excellent event for an excellent cause.”
“Very well done- first class event.”
“Very nicely done, great food, good hospitality.”

“It was a wonderful day.”

What is City On The Hill?
Each summer, City On The Hill provides world-view and leadership teaching to top-notch high school students from across Pennsylvania. You can get a video glimpse of last year’s City On The Hill by clicking here. One student wrote about her experience last year for her college-admission application:

I had no idea how thirsty my mind and spirit were for what I found at COTH. I found students who thought the same way as I did; who were motivated and driven by the same forces and striving towards the same goal. I found an environment of true worship. I found new authors whose writings clearly and confidently defended the Christian worldview I had seen torn apart in popular culture.

Free from stress and distractions, I renewed my relationship with God. My vision was clear to examine the motives and actions of my life, and I knew there were areas I needed to change. I was uncomfortably aware that I was not being the “witness” one of our keynote speakers, Dr. Alberta Wilson, spoke of. I also knew that the music I’d been feeding my mind and heart had begun to change me, and not in a positive way. I committed to changing this beginning as soon as I went home.

One of the most incredible things about that week was the sense of unity I felt with my fellow senators and the staff- people I’d never even met before. It’s almost indescribable; it was energizing and so encouraging. We were on the same page; we wanted to serve Christ wholeheartedly, and many felt called to the public sphere to do so. We were exhorted, though, that whatever we did, we were all called to be witnesses and leaders wherever God placed us.

Help Pennsylvania Family Institute impact the next generation by supporting our 4th Annual Golf Classic!

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