Posted by Mark Perry

Couples are invited to join us at the Spring Hollow Lodge at Sharon Woods Metro Park on Saturday, February 16 at 9:00 a.m. The day will include light refreshments, lunch, and four challenging sessions from God’s Word brought by Pastor Gordon Dickson and his wife, Harriet. Child care is available at the church.


9:00        Breakfast and Fellowship
9:30        Prayer and Singing
9:45        Session 1 (Pastor Dickson)
10:45     Game Time
11:05      Session 2 (Pastor Dickson)
12:00     Discussion time
12:20      Lunch
12:50      Hike and Creation Appreciation
1:15         Session 3 (Split Session)
2:00       Coffee/Bathroom break
2:10        Session 4 (Pastor Dickson)

Marriage: The Mystical Union

What does the Biblical doctrine of the Trinity teach us about God-honoring marriage?

Marriage: Full of the Trinity, Filled with the Spirit
What does it mean to “be filled with the Spirit” and how does this produce a marvelous marriage?

Marriage: Following the Trinity, the Steps of the Savior (split session)
Using 1 Peter 2 and 3, let’s follow the steps of Jesus into an understanding of marriage.

Marriage: To What Shall We Compare the Kingdom of God?
Using Colossians 3, we will explore what married couples can learn from their Marvelous Creator. In Him dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily, and we are complete in Him!

Full_Color_-_Dickson-4Our Speaker

Gordon Dickson is the pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Findlay, Ohio where he has served since 1994. He and his wife of 32 years, Harriet, have four children: Stephen, David, Anna, and Joseph. He is a certified master gardener and his hobbies include reading, writing and fishing. Harriet teaches piano and serves in the music ministry at Calvary. She enjoys cooking, gardening, and personal fitness.


Spring Hollow Lodge (1069 W. Main St., Westerville, OH 43081) cannot be accessed from the main Sharon Woods entrance. Continue north on Cleveland Avenue, past the main park entrance to Main Street and turn left. Go about 1.5 miles and turn left into the park.