Current Funding

Praise God!  We’ve reached our original goal of $150,000!!
In fact, we’ve exceeded our goal!  As of June 9th we have raised $160,000 thanks to our many faithful Miracle Camp individuals, families and Churches!
We are so thankful for YOUR partnership and support during these crazy days of the pandemic.  Your support has been a huge blessing as we “bridge” to the future.
What’s next?
Our remaining summer, late summer, and fall camp and retreat ministry is still very much in question.  We have had a number of guest groups cancel for the summer and fall retreats.  We are however, continuing to receive inquiries from smaller groups.
Please consider continuing to support Miracle Camp and our expanded Build the Bridge Campaign!  While we are very thankful that we have met our original goal, we are hoping to build a “reserve” for the uncertain fall.  Any additional funds above and beyond the necessary operations will go towards facility and ministry improvements.
Please stay tuned for more information coming soon!
Thanks again for your support!
Ross Adams
Executive Director

Ross Adams
President / Executive Director

Steve Shaffer
Board Member, Finance Chair

Scott Wagoner
Board Member, Finance Comm. Member

Michael Allison
Board Chairman

Camp is a powerful place and experience for a number of reasons. First of all, it practically gets kids (and adults even) away from what they’re used to. It pulls people away from the busyness of everyday life and the stress, anxiety, and worry that accompanies the regular flow of school, work, and other commitments. Any number of these factors can distract someone from fellowship with God and easily take the form of an idol. Allowing people a place to practice the spiritual discipline of retreat is a beautiful gift. We love helping people engage personal spiritual disciplines like solitude, prayer, Bible reading, resting in nature, — and communal worship like gospel-centered discussions, corporate worship, and fellowship over meals. Camp is powerful because it helps us all take a break from idols such as tech and work so that we can spend meaningful time with God.

The power of camp is also found in church partnerships. At its core, Miracle Camp is a parachurch ministry. We are not trying to take the place of local churches, but to support the Church as the bride of Christ. We want to be a place where people are encouraged in their faith and comforted by the gospel. We desire to be a ministry where relationships within church communities are both formed and bolstered. And we know that the relationships and the transformation that starts at Miracle Camp doesn’t stay here. The relationships and conversations started on our campus reap a gospel harvest back in local communities. In other words, Miracle Camp is a catalyst–a starting point–where faith decisions are made. As people have transforming encounters with Jesus here, we take great comfort in knowing that that transformation will continue on as they go home.

If you believe in the power of camp, would you consider helping us build the bridge? If your live has been positively impacted the gospel message through Miracle Camp, would you please help us continue that same ministry for the generations to come?



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