A Festival of Scripture, Song, and Splendor
June 27 - July 2, 2020 at Old Mill Point
Join us as we encounter the Great God of Wonders in bringing together thoughtful and insightful study of God's Word, spirited expression of psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, and exultation in God’s magnificent creation. Renew Cedar Campus experiences and friendships. Engage your intellect. Enjoy singing with others who love to sing. Delight in God’s natural world.
George Stulac has been a Christian since 1965 when he was a history major at Washington University in St. Louis. It was through InterVarsity Christian Fellowship that he came to faith in Christ and gained a deep enjoyment of Bible exposition. George attended Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary simply for the fun of studying the Bible and theology. To his surprise, he discovered that God was calling him to be a pastor, not a history professor. He also met his wife Barbara who is a graduate of Columbia University and has been George’s full-time partner in ministry. They were married in 1969. When George finished his M.Div. degree, they moved to Lincoln, Nebraska, and served in campus ministry with InterVarsity for five years. George went on to be Pastor of Bethany Presbyterian Church in Wichita, Kansas, for five years and then Senior Pastor of Memorial Presbyterian Church in St. Louis for thirty-three years. During that time he earned a D.Min. degree at Covenant Theological Seminary. His doctoral dissertation was a commentary on James, published as a volume in the IVP New Testament Commentary Series.
Along the way, George and Barbara reared four children and now have eight grandchildren. He has been a counselor for many engaged or married couples and has been the speaker for many Family Camps at Bear Trap Ranch in Colorado. For eighteen years, George and Barbara made mission trips to Bulgaria to give pastoral care to missionaries there. Currently George serves on InterVarsity staff in St. Louis for the spiritual formation of InterVarsity’s campus staff and faculty in the Midwest.
George’s hobbies and recreation include hiking (inspired by years at Bear Trap Ranch), running (which began with Dr. A’s encouragement to read Aerobics in the 1970’s), reading (he loves mystery novels), gardening and watching birds (including the St. Louis Cardinals).
Along with the classic treasures and delights associated with Cedar Campus events, we offer three optional afternoon tracks designed to take you deeper in Scripture, song and splendor:
SCRIPTURE - Theology: Going Deeper in Scripture
SONG - God's Song in Worship
SPLENDOR - Discovery & Stewardship of Creation
To register or find out more, call our office at 906-484-2294 or email us.
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