2018 Family Camp

June 29 - July 6, 2018


Thanks for making Family Camp a priority for you and your family.  We are so glad you could take time out of your busy schedule to spend some quality time with family, friends and especially taking time to get closer to God.  My prayer is for you to come away refreshed and inspired.  May the memories you make here be a treasure for years to come. 

Alan and Lois Warneke, Superintendent


Please register at the camp office upon arrival.

Adults - $10.00
Children under 17 - $5
Max registration cost: $25.00 per family


Advance reservations are highly recommended.

Contact Terri: (406) 652-2417 to see availability before sending in your deposit.

Checkout time is 10:00am. Please leave your room clean for the next occupant.

Linen service is not provided. Bring your own bedding and towels.

Sorry, no pets allowed in the lodges!


Glacier Lodge (in room bathroom and 2 queen beds) $70.00 per night
Midway $55.00 per night
Teakettle Lodge (Most rooms accommodate up to 6 people with a queen bed and two bunk beds) $50.00 per night
LaGrande (8 sets of bunks) $30.00 per night
Roadside and Triple Divide $25.00 per night
The Edge (three sets of bunks) $25.00 per night
Women's Dorm (Teakettle) $15.00 per night
Men's Dorm (Roadside) $15.00 per night


Full hookups $40.00 per day
Water and electric only $25.00 per day
Tents (see office for designated areas) $15.00 per day


Camp Schedule

7:00 - 8:00am Prayer Time
7:30 - 8:30am Breakfast
10:30 - 11:30am Bible Hour, Children's Gathering, Youth Gathering
12:00 - 1:00pm Lunch
7:00 Evening Gathering
8:00pm Children's Gathering


9:00 - 10:00am Ministry Forum


Our cafeteria is opened for breakfast from 7:30 - 8:30am, lunch (largest meal of the day) 12:00 - 1:00pm, and dinner 5:00 - 6:00pm.

Breakfast $4.50
Lunch $7.50
Dinner $6.50
Salad Bar $5.00

Kids under 10 years old any meal - $3.00


We offer child care during the morning service and the evening service for kids 4 years and under. Our workers are paid; donations are accepted. Please pick up your children promptly after service.

0 - 2 years old meet in the Teddy Bear Lodge
3 - 4 years old meet in the Glacier Lodge Cafeteria

Services for K - 6th graders will be held during the morning and evening in the A Frame.

Doug Clay, Assemblies of God Superintendent

June 29 - July 2

Doug Clay was elected chief executive officer of the General Council of the Assemblies of God at the 57th General Council in August 2017. As General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, USA, part of the largest Pentecostal denomination in the world, he is a member of the denomination's Executive Leadership Team and Executive Presbytery. The church has more than 13,000 congregations in the United States with over three million adherents. The U.S. Assemblies of God is part of a larger Word Assemblies of God Fellowship with a membership of over 68 million. Prior to his present position, Clay served the church as its General Treasurer for nine years. He was Superintendent of the Ohio District from 2004 - 2008, and pastored Calvary Assembly of God in Toledo, Ohio, from 1997 - 2004. Clay has also served as the Assemblies of God National Youth Director (1995 - 1997), Ohio District Youth Director (1989 - 1995) and as a Youth Pastor in Ohio and Iowa. He is a 1985 graduate of Central Bible College in Springfield, Missouri. Clay has a passionate love for the local church; he is a church health enthusiast and he effectively equips leaders to grow in their calling. Clay is the author of Ordered Steps and Dreaming in 3D. He and his wife, Gail, have two grown daughters, two sons-in-law and five grandchildren.

Doug Witherup

July 3 - July 6

Doug Witherup serves as the Lead Pastor of Concord First Assembly, a thriving, multicultural church outside of Charlotte, North Carolina. He also contributes as an adjunct professor at Southeastern University and Trinity Bible College and Graduate School. Doug has a B.A. from Southeastern University, an MTh. from the University of Wales, Bangor, and a DMin. from George Fox University. Doug is passionate about communicating God's Word with creativity and is a featured speaker at churches, conferences, camps and leadership events. Dough, his wife Camden, and two children, Cade and Ana live in Sunny North Carolina where they love to spend time outdoors.

Weldyn and Barb Houger

Bible Hour

Weldyn and Barb Houger have been in ministry together for almost 46 years. They pioneered churches in Alaska, served as appointed US missionaries for 6 years, and have now been Assembly of God World Missionaries for 35 years. They have served in Indonesia and Vietnam and currently lead the PhD program and the Doctor of Ministry program at Asia Pacific Theological Seminary in the Philippines. They travel from there to many of the Asia Pacific Bible Schools teaching and training faculty. Both Weldyn and Barb have earned doctorates and are passionate about teaching the Word.