FAMILY CAMP @ SILVER BIRCH RANCH

Join us for Family Camp at Silver Birch Ranch August 7-9, 2020. Faith Church and Hope Church are planning a fun-filled, action packed weekend with an incredible guest speaker, Greg Speck. Greg travels the world to teach youth about Jesus, view his bio below (scroll down) and his website here. The Family Camp ministry team has a relaxed schedule with time for s'mores around the campfire, quality time with your family enjoying some of the activities at Silver Birch Ranch like horseback riding, climbing wall, zip line, hayrides, swimming, pontoon boat rides, tubing, mini golf and more! 

Hey Mom and Dad, all meals are provided! And *bonus* no dishes to wash either! We hope you enjoy your time at camp to build relationships with God, your family, and friends from church. Check out the Family Camp video below to get a taste of how much fun Family Camp is!

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REGISTRATION

Registration begins Sunday, May 31 online. Payment will be due in full upon registration.  View the rates for cabins and registration here.  View the Family Camp brochure here.

Questions? Please contact Children's Ministry Director, email Julie O'Toole, 920-684-7208.

speaker: Greg speck

I grew up in a non-Christian home and didn’t become a Christian until I was a senior in high school. I played football during school and was very, very good (in my own mind). Years ago, I attended Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. It is a great school and I would highly recommend it to you. I graduated with a major in Sociology and minors in Social Work and Biblical and Theological studies (now if I could only remember everything that I studied). After graduating I started working with teenagers and have done that ever since. I have the best job in the world and that is traveling around the world speaking to teenagers and families. I have been a caseworker for emotionally disturbed and delinquent teens, Youth Pastor, Youth Specialist for Moody Bible Institute, President of Youth Ministries International, the youth and family communicator for Bethel University and a friend to endangered woodland animals (that was very random).