1989 ICS Niagara Conference “The Best of Times” Report by Jennifer de Groot (age 15, from Sarnia): The ICS Niagara conference is definitely one of the best times of the year for me. Considering the fact that my extended family has been coming since the Unionville student conferences of the
1990 ICS Niagara Conference, Creation Waits,
Report by Reinder J. Klein:
Events for the whole family tend to be a little chaotic; everyone is encouraged to get into the act, and sometimes some do, and sometimes all do. That means children may cry at functions where otherwise no infant would have been,
1990 ICS Niagara Conference Conference camping report by Sharon VanderKruk:
I jammed the usual camping necessities into my suitcase, grabbed a sleeping bag, tent, a cooler full of food, and PLENTY of raingear. I was ready to conquer yet another funfilled weekend at the ICS conference. This August week-end is not
The AACS/ICS family conferences of the 70s and 80s fed on the youthful verve of young and old alike, and now, after all these years, the aging conferees, like their once-youthful selves, can still proclaim, in their hearts and minds, that the Kingdom is coming.
It’s hard to convey the experience of these conferences to those who have never been. For twenty years, starting in 1970, people of all ages got together on the August long weekend, staying in dorms, camping on the lawn of the Niagara Christian College or across the road at Miller’s