The dynamic trio of Pastor Bruce Vold, Pastor Steve Berntson and Denny Goetz will once again be trekking from the city of Carrington to the welcome sign at Red Willow Bible Camp.
Over the past 6 years, this event has evolved into a creative take on a Triathlon! They have walked, biked, canoed, ridden in a horse drawn wagon and even swum across Red Willow Lake, enduring all kinds of crazy weather.
You are invited to support this event is several ways. These guys are asking for pledges for the 50 miles they will cover. Contact one of them to be a ‘sponsor’ and encourage them along the way with your dollars. Pastor Jamie Desai, Executive Director at RWBC will also do a trek to the camp this summer.
A Walk to the Camp Pledge Form is available. Cash and checks are very welcome and can be sent directly to the hikers or to RWBC.
You are also invited to do your own trek.either from some town to the camp, or even in your own town as you run around the school track. Bike, swim, walk or run: the important thing is to ask your friends and family to support your efforts on behalf of the camp.
Contact one of these guys to pledge your support:
Denny Goetz: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor Steve Berntson : email@example.com
Pastor Bruce Vold: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor Jamie Desai: email@example.com
If you would like any kind of support from camp staff for a walk to the camp event, let Becky Goetz know. You can choose the date that will work best for you, and camp staff can assist you with rides, water etc.
Thanks for supporting these faithful servants of the Lord!
At Red Willow Bible Camp, we’re intentional about our summer programming. We recruit mature, college-aged staff and train them to give the campers the best experience possible. This year we’re excited to “build up” our Construction Zone theme at on-site and day camps. Driving into camp during registration, parents will be greeted by counselors in hard hats (don’t worry, our heads won’t actually be in danger).
These counselors will lead the campers through a week away from home, experiencing God through community and active learning. We’ll focus on seeing how God has been working throughout all time, starting with the creation of the whole world. Then, we’ll look at how God came down into a broken world and accomplished his work on the cross. It was by this love, through God’s grace that we can believe and have eternal life, and God continues to work in us! This is why we see Red Willow Bible Camp as a construction zone, because God works here. As you pray, keep Red Willow’s summer programming in your prayers, that God will continue to work in the lives of the campers, parents, summer staff, volunteers, and church groups.
Join us at the Annual Meeting on Sunday March 22, 2015 for a time of fellowship and conversation!
4pm Business Meeting
5pm Complimentary Supper
Please put this on your calendar, invite your friends, and come be an active part of this little bit of paradise that we love so very much. RSVP to the camp office by March 16.
Hikers embark on a 50 mile hike to raise funds for Red Willow Bible Camp.
August 22 - August 23
Come on out to the 28th Annual Quilt and Fine Arts Auction and support Red Willow Ministries!