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7:00-8:00 am
Prayer Time

7:30-8:30 am
Cafeteria Breakfast

10:15-11:45 am
Children’s Service, Youth Service, Bible Hour

12:00-1:00 pm
Cafeteria Lunch

5:00-6:00 pm
Cafeteria Dinner

7:00 pm
Evening Service

8:00 pm
Children's Hour

M-F, 9:00-10:00 am - Ministry Forum

Family Camp 2013

Featured Speakers:

Bryan Jarret
June 28 - July 1  Click to learn about Bryan
Bryan Jarret
Bryan grew up in a small farm town on the Arkansas side of the Mississippi River. He and his mom spent most of his formidable years in the home of his conservative Pentecostal grandparents. As a teenager, he rebelled against the strict moral code that accompanied the holiness tradition and threw himself into the party scene of his little town.

In the fall of 1990, while in a drunken stupor, Bryan had an encounter with God that radically altered his life and eternity. His life had been so marked by God that others compared the dramatic transformation to that of Paul’s on the Damascus road. There was an immediate passion to reproduce in others what God had started in him. On November 25, 1990, he delivered his first sermon to a group of 75 students 90 minutes before he was to be baptized. Four of his peers gave their lives to Christ and the five of them were baptized together. He was hooked!

In July of 1993, Bryan married his church camp sweetheart, Haley. She has given him three awesome kids: Cadyn (13), Gavyn (12) and Addisyn (8). God has graciously expanded the reach of their ministry from the little room of 75 students to opportunities around the world. But, according to Bryan, the most rewarding part of their ministry and the greatest honor of their lives is being called “Pastor” at Northplace Church in Sachse, Texas.

Bryan holds a Bachelors degree from Central Bible College, a Masters degree from Oral Roberts University and as of May 2012, he was awarded his earned Doctorate (D. Min.) from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary.

He serves in national leadership with the Assemblies of God USA as a member of both their Executive Presbytery and World Missions Board. In the fall of 2011, Bryan added “Author” to his many titles, with the release of his long anticipated book, Extravagant.

James Bradford
July 2 - July 5  Click to learn about James
James Bradford
Bradford was elected general secretary of the Assemblies of God by the Executive Presbytery in February 2009. He is a member of the Executive Leadership Team and the Executive Presbytery. As general secretary, Bradford oversees the credentialing of ministers, church chartering, the collection of official statistics, and the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center.

Prior to his election as general secretary, Bradford served as senior pastor of Central Assembly in Springfield, Mo. Jim holds a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Minnesota. As a student he led a small Chi Alpha campus Bible study that eventually grew into a university church. Upon graduation in 1979, Jim stepped into full-time ministry with that campus outreach. In 1988, Jim and his family moved to southern California where he pastored Newport-Mesa Christian Center in the heart of Orange County.

Twelve years later, he transitioned to Vancouver, B.C., to pastor Broadway Church. It was in 2003 that Jim and his family moved to Springfield to assume the pastorate of Central Assembly.

Bradford has also served on a variety of executive boards including that of Vanguard University, the Southern California District Executive Presbytery, and the General Presbytery of the Assemblies of God.

Bradford and his wife, Sandi, have two daughters.


Please call the District Office to see what is available before sending in your deposit.  Contact Terri Schock @ 406.652.2417 ext. 1


Please register at camp office when you arrive.  Adults 18 and over pay a $5 registration fee to help cover cost of child care and children’s ministries.  Kids are free.


Advance reservations recommended!

Glacier Lodge (in room bathroom/two queen beds) $55/night
Note: we require a $100 nonrefundable down payment on Glacier Mountain Lodge prices do include the motel tax.

All other lodges require a deposit equaling half your stay and is also nonrefundable. dogs allowed in the lodges!  Please leave room clean for next occupant.  Checkout Time is 11:00 am.  Linen Service Not Provided- Bring your own bedding and towels

Midway and Teddy Bear $45/night
Teakettle Lodge $35/night
Roadside and Triple Divide $25/night
  *Most rooms accommodate up to 6 people with a queen bed and two double bunks.  
The Edge (three sets of bunks) $25/night
LaGrande (8 sets of bunks) $35/night
Women’s Dorm (Teakettle) $10/night
Men’s Dorm (Roadside) $10/night

RV parking will be first come, first serve.  Stop at the camp office to reserve your spot.

Camper and RV spaces are $20/day (water/electric)

Tenting $7/day (see office for designated areas)

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