Hart Camp 2015 – Drone Trailer

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HCamp Trailer
While you wait for the event videos for Hart Camp 2015, here’s one of the drone shots. Coz we actually rented a drone.
ENJOY!
Music: Jadee – Do Not Trouble Trouble (J Prince Remix)

SELECTIONS FROM HARTCAMP EVENTS

Thanks to Jemima Magbanua Aranas. Enjoy this album until official photos and videos published. Click this link:

https://www.facebook.com/jemoymoypalaboy/timeline/story?ut=43&wstart=0&wend=1448956799&hash=652154285428290976&pagefilter=3&pnref=story

SEE MORE AS  POSTED BY HARTCAMP 2015 DELEGATES,
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INKERS WORKED TILL 10 PM ON REGISTRATION DAY

Inkers worked from 8am till 10 pm of the registration day. The Ambigram proved to be a practical choice for delegates’ ID because of the outdoor activities and constant transfer to different venues.

HART CAMP AMBIGRAM

Get ready to get your Hart Camp ambigram on registration day.
An ambigram is a word, art form or other symbolic representation, whose elements retain meaning when viewed or interpreted from a different direction, perspective, or orientation

– Wikipedia
HARTCAMPambigerm

XAPHM DANCERS AND DONKING WITH DAVIDIC TEAM DANCE OFF

With guest HipHop champ Don King Rongavilla and Davidic Team  in Roxas City a few days before HartCamp 2015, the excitement is already escalating. They did a Dance off with the XAPHM dancers after the Zumba Class of ZinJoses at Robinsons Place, October 24, 2016.

‘BROKEN’ BEST HARTCAMP PROMO VIDEO BY DAVID BATES

David Bates and his wife Helen, partners of FARM.Inc in church planting and missions are here for HartCamp 2015. David put up this fun promotion video. Can you beat this?

DANCING WILL EXPLODE IN HARTCAMP2015

With Don King as  the master teacher for Dance Stream and Dance Hall Master Classes for Hart Camp 2015, dancing  skills is up to explode. Donking Rongavilla is an International Street Dance Teacher, Break Dancer, Artistic Director, Dance Coach, and Actor on stage and film productions in Ireland. He began his performing career at the age of 16 at SOP GMA channel 7. He is originally from the Philippines, moved to Ireland as an OFW. He later decided to quit to his job to continue his career in performing and now he is a well-known and hugely respected dancer in Ireland. He was awarded as the choreographer of the year in Ireland 2011. Don has 2 TV commercials, 1 reality show, involved in TV soap series, and Hollywood and Bollywood films in Ireland and in UK. Don’s passion is to Dance and Act with vision to disciple individuals for Christ. Thus, he brought with him his DAVIDIC team.

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DAVIDIC Team

DON KING ARRIVES EARLY FOR HARTCAMP 2015

Don King is the  master teacher for Dance Stream  and Dance Hall Master Classes for Hart Camp 2015. He is based in Ireland and is a respected Dance instructor there. He  is Founder at XOD (Extra Ordinary Dancers), a group of international male professional street dancers based in Dublin.

Know him more:Don King in Face Book
Know more about XOD: XOD in Facebook

ANOTHER REASON FOR INVITING YOU TO HARTCAMP

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Many Churches Are Living in the 1980s. Here’s Why.
By Thom Rainer

Why has this tragedy fallen on so many churches? Though I don’t want to oversimplify the issue, I see at least eight reasons for this crisis.
Nine out of 10 churches in America are either declining or they are growing so slowly they are not keeping up with the growth rate of the community in which they are located.

It’s a long sentence. Read it again carefully. Soak it in. Across America, 90 percent of the churches are losing ground in their respective communities. Most of them are declining. Many of them will close.

As I have worked with thousands of churches over the past three decades, I have noticed something fascinating, yet disturbing, about many of these churches. They are still acting like it’s the 1980s. The world has passed them by. They are deemed irrelevant by members of their communities. They are frozen in a time warp.

Why has this tragedy fallen on so many churches? Though I don’t want to oversimplify the issue, I see at least eight reasons for this crisis.

1. They are trying to shelter themselves from culture. In the 1980s, congregations were typically part of the mainstream culture. They were accepted in most places, and embraced in some. That is not the culture of today. Many church members use their churches as a getaway from the realities they don’t want to face.

2. Programs were easy answers. The vast majority of churches in the 1980s were program-driven. If there was a perceived need, they would order a resource that best solved that need. Many churches today still think they can get quick fixes from programs.

3. Churches largely catered to the needs of church members in the 1980s. We thus created a culture of membership that is me-driven. Many church members do not want to make the sacrifices necessary to reach our communities and culture today. They are demanding their own needs and preferences to be the priority of their churches.

4. Change was more incremental. If your church is stuck in the 1980s, it does not have to worry about the rapid pace of change today. Members can pretend like their church does not need to change despite the massive upheavals of change in the world.

5. Church growth was easier. In the 1980s, a number of people would visit our churches without much effort on the members’ part. One church member told me recently, “If lost people want to come to our church, they know where we are.” Sigh.

6. Denominations provided solutions. Not all churches in the 1980s belonged to a denomination, but many did. And many members expected the denominational organizations to guide them and resource them. Denominations work best today in partnership with churches, but too many church members want to return to the paradigm of the 1980s.

7. Others did evangelism for the members in the 1980s. Evangelism was the responsibility of the pastor or the denomination or a few people in a program. Church members paid others to do the work they were supposed to do. Some church members today are more concerned about their worship style preference than lost people who need to hear the gospel.

8. Some churches would rather die than to get out of the comfort of their 1980s paradigm. I feel certain they will do just that.