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    Once a month, Neil Fichthorn hosts a Zoom call with more than a dozen former Sandy Cove staff members. Many of them were musicians and singers who performed under Neil’s direction at the height of the ministry’s storied summer concerts. Nearly 50 years later, the memories and ongoing connections are powerful to Neil, whose career
    If you’re the point person tasked with making reservations for a large group, then you’ll need to tackle a rooming list.  From roommate preferences to special requests, it’s a big job that takes some forethought and lots of patience. But it’s for a good reason. Make check-in a breezeFirst, a rooming list helps
    Just two years ago, Sandy Cove — like many businesses and organizations across the nation — was reeling from the sudden and far-reaching implications of the pandemic. The ministry was forced to close its doors for three months as the leadership team scrambled to radically reduce expenses. One of their first calls was to Jeff Ritter,
    2022 marks 90 years since Dr. George A. Palmer was presented with a pioneering opportunity to reach thousands of radio listeners. His Morning Cheer radio broadcast spanned a half-century and was the longest running Christian daily broadcast in America.The year was 1932 and amidst the backdrop of the Great Depression, Dr. Palmer took to the

    The Marriage Check-In

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    Too often married couples are like ships passing in the night. Life is busy and while we may be functioning well logistically, it’s likely that we’re missing out on our hearts connecting in a meaningful way. That doesn’t just happen. Connection has to be created. Planned for. Prioritized.Every marriage needs daily check-ins.

    A Blessing to Others

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    Jacquie Coles was just looking for an opportunity to connect with others when she and a neighbor attended a single-parent retreat at Sandy Cove more than 25 years ago. The event turned into a life-changing experience for Jacquie and her 10-year-old son Tristan.“Tristan said he never thought we were a real family until that retreat,”
    In 1960, John F. Kennedy clinched the Presidential election, Chubby Checker had radio listeners in a twist, and the U.S. entered the Vietnam War. Closer to home, the Johnson family rolled down Sandy Cove Road for the very first time. They’ve returned every year since.During Week 5 of Family Camp, the

    Let George Do It!

    75th Anniversary
    Dr. George Palmer left a legacy of faith that has touched thousands of lives over the past 75 years. His vision and tenacity were captured in an unfinished biography written by Norma O. Bailey titled Let George Do It! We’re excited to share this pivotal chapter about the opening of Sandy Cove in May 1946. As the days passed
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