2019 Family Camp

June 28 - July 5

Gideon Project

Please take a moment and learn about the Gideon Project presented by Cal Dyck, Executive Director of Glacier Bible Camp

2019 Camp Speakers

Listen to the message from our 2019 Family Camp speakers.  You will find them at the Montana Ministry Network's Media page.

 

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Rick Dubose – General Council Treasurer

June 28 - July 1

Rick DuBose was elected general treasurer of the Assemblies of God at the 57th General Council in August, 2017. He is a member of the Executive Leadership Team and the Executive Presbytery. DuBose oversees the Division of Treasury, which includes Corporate Accounting, Buildings and Properties and IT Services.

Prior to his election to the Assemblies of God Executive Leadership Team, DuBose served as superintendent of the North Texas District from 2007-2017 and assistant district superintendent from 2005-2007. He pastored Sachse Assembly of God in North Dallas from 1987-2005. Prior to that, DuBose served a pastorate in Hallsville, Texas, and began his ministry as a youth minister in Mesquite, Texas.

DuBose is co-author of The Church That Works.

He and his wife, Rita, have two daughters, a son, and eight grandsons.

Chad Gilligan – Guest speaker

July 2 - July 5

Chad Gilligan is a husband to Rhonda and father to Clayton, Carissa and Evan. For the last 20 years, he has been privileged to serve at Calvary Church in Maumee, Ohio, first as Children’s Pastor and currently as Lead Pastor. Calvary is a multi-generational church of faith-filled people who are willing to trust God to do big things so lives can be changed through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Chad’s heart is to communicate God’s Word in practical, life-impacting ways.

Dr. Don E. Ross – Bible Hour

Donald Ross currently serves as the Northwest Ministry Network Leader, overseeing over 350 churches and 1,400 ministers. He served as the lead pastor of the Creekside Church in Seattle, from 1995-2014.

Don holds a B.A. in Biblical Literature from Northwest University. He graduated in 1997 with a Doctor of Ministry degree from Bakke Graduate School in Seattle. His dissertation study focused on leading turnaround churches, using his own church as a case study.

Don is a member of the Society of Church Consultants and author of two books, Turnaround Pastor, which outlines his story leading a turnaround church and key principles for a church turnaround and Tale of Two Churches: Why Being both Missional and Pentecostal Matters.

Don and his wife Brenda, live in Kenmore. They have three married children, Kelly, Kathy and Tom, and seven grandchildren.