Horn Tour 2014

Chattanooga, TN
The Horn family invites you to join us on our tour this year, where we will study the history of the Western Theater of the American Civil War. Beginning on September 1 we will travel from Wake Forest, NC to Tennessee, Mississippi and Georgia to study this oft-forgotten half of the country’s most devastating war. We will start by exploring the early history of Tennessee before diving into the war at Fort Donelson. There we will begin tracing the story and campaigns of men like Ulysses S. Grant, William Sherman, Joseph E. Johnston, and Braxton Bragg. Next we visit Shiloh, in whose bloody woods the Union army was nearly destroyed. We will then head to the historic city of Vicksburg, Mississippi, where the breastworks still remind us of the large siege that took place there. Then on to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where nestled in the Appalachian mountains is one of the most picturesque battlefields in the nation, overlooking the Tennessee River Valley. Finally, the tour will conclude at the Bennett Place in Durham, NC, where the largest number of Confederate troops was surrendered in the entire Civil War.

For more information, or to signup, visit this page

South America - Llanganates National Park

South America - Sightseeing in Ecuador

After the preaching in Ecuador my father and I stayed two more days to go sightseeing. Our plan was to climb Reventador one day and go rafting the next. We ended up not going hiking, a mudslide blocked the highway and the alternate route we tried turned out to be basically an offroading trail that was also blocked. It was an adventure, though not the one we were planning.  

Mudslide blocking the road

Waterfall in the jungle
Flat tire

We got stuck in the mud here, at the dead end of a road

South America - Preaching in Quito

Church where the conference was held
From Colombia we went next to Quito, Ecuador, where another conference was held. 

Pastor's breakfast

A radio interview with HCJB, the Voice of the Andes
The taxi we traveled around in
One night we went on a cable car up to an overlook of Quito.
Driving into the countryside for the Sunday service

Preaching on Sunday
Houses in Quito
Cotopaxi, the second highest mountain in Ecuador

South America - Sightseeing in Bogotá

Our hotel
After the conference in Bogotá, but before flying to Ecuador, we had a short time for sightseeing. We went to the old colonial district of Bogotá.

The mountains are just outside the city

The mint 
Palace of Justice. In 1985 guerrillas took over this building and the government had to force them out with a siege

South America - Conference in Bogotá

Earlier this month my parents and I went with a group of people from our church down to South America. We went to Colombia and Ecuador to put on conferences in the gospel and the biblical doctrine of the church and family. You can find more information at ncfic.org, or in Spanish at cnifi.org. Our first stop was in Bogotá, Colombia. 

City Street
Conference poster
Scott Brown speaking


Q&A session

Meeting with pastors 
Women's session