1985 ICS Niagara Conference
report by Carol-Ann Veenkamp: For most Canadians, the first weekend in August was just another holiday, but for 962 people those days were an opportunity to explore what it means to be created in the image of God, the theme of the 27th annual Institute for Christian
1985 ICS Niagara Conference report - From the President’s Pen by Clifford C. Pitt: Well! Now I’ve really seen the strength of ICS! Dorothy and I thoroughly enjoyed the Niagara Conference and particularly the warm Christian fellowship and hospitality of so many of you! It was good, too, to meet
1985 ICS Conference
Conference Coordinator Aukje Masselink, by Carol-Ann Veenkamp: During the school year, Aukje Masselink is a counselor with the Scarborough Board of Education, but for a month each summer she puts in up to 60 hours a week orchestrating arrangements for the annual Niagara Conference.
1986 ICS Niagara Conference report by Carol-Ann Veenkamp:
Richard Mouw, Herman de Jong, Johanna Peetoom, Homer Samplonius, Mirth Vos. All these names and more are now part of a community of memory shared by those who attended the 28th annual ICS Niagara Family Conference August 1 through 4. Keynote speaker, Dr.
1986 ICS Niagara Conference
report - From the President’s Pen by Clifford C. Pitt: The Institute for Christian Studies Niagara Family Conference! … what were some of the highlights for me, personally? The images and memories that keep coming back? The “Music and Story” evening … could have listened for hours
Talent night story told by Herman de Jong: This story is about three daddies and their firstborn babies. It happened at the first AACS Conference held at Niagara College. Some of these daddies are still coming to these conferences. It is therefore better not to mention names. Even though the
1987 ICS Niagara Conference Report by Carol-Ann Veenkamp:
In some cultures it is considered taboo to photograph someone because it’s believed that by doing so one tampers with the spirit of that person. As I look through the reams of negatives I have from the 1987 Niagara Family Conference, I find
1988 ICS Niagara Conference
report by Carol Ann Veenkamp:
“The most radical subversive thing you must do is pray and praise” ICS’s senior member in world view studies Dr. Brian Walsh told over 900 conferees gathered for the 30th annual Niagara conference held July 29 through August 1 near Fort Erie, Ont.