August 19 - 21, 2019

Schedule

Monday

2:00 pm - Camp opens
2:00 - 7:00pm - Registration
5:00 - 6:00pm - Dinner
7:00pm - Evening service

Tuesday

7:30 - 8:30am - Breakfast
10:15am - Worship service
12:00 - 1:00pm - Lunch
1:30 - 4:30pm - Free time
5:00 - 6:00pm - Dinner
7:00pm - Evening service

Wednesday

7:30 - 8:30am - Breakfast
10:15am - Worship service
12:00 - 1:00pm - Lunch
1:30 - 4:30pm - Free time
5:00 - 6:00pm - Dinner
7:00pm - Evening service

Thursday

7:30 - 8:30am - Breakfast
10:00am - Check out

Registration

West of 60's is for singles and couples ages 60 and older.

Registration are secured on a first-come, first-served basis.  Full capacity is expected and early registration is advised.

All who attend must register.

Confirmation of room assignments will not be mailed out.  Late registration will be the only problem in securing a room, unless you have paid for a room in Glacier Lodge.

Camp opens at 2:00pm on Monday

If you are unable to come after you have registered, please notify us immediately:  (406) 652-2417

Your room may be reassigned if you have not arrived by 7:00pm Monday.

Do not move into any room until after you register.  You will receive your room assignment when you register.

Out-of-State Guests

We anticipate enough housing for everyone.  However, since the Montana Ministry Network provides this camp as an appreciation to its seniors, we reserve the right to give preference in housing to Montana residents.  RVs are encouraged.

 

What to Bring

Include all fundamental necessities of dorm living.  Each camper must provide their own bedding and towels, appropriate clothing for cool mornings and evenings, sunny days and occasional drizzle.  Casual attire is encouraged.

Registration

Please download and print this form and mail it to the Network Office:

Montana Ministry Network
West of 60s
2147 Overland Avenue, Suite 100
Billings, Montana 59102

Evening Speaker

Dave Phillips

Network Superintendent

Dave Phillips was born and raised in Twin Falls, Idaho.  After graduating from Northwest University, he began serving as a part-time youth pastor at his wife’s home church in Basin City, Washington.  After serving in this capacity for two years, he was elected to the Lead Pastor role and served for an additional eight years.  He and his wife, Colleen, then moved to Medical Lake, Washington where, for 10 years, he pastored Lake City Assembly and served as the Presbyter of the Spokane Section.  The Phillip’s then moved to Kelso, Washington where for six years he led Kelso First Assembly and also served as the Presbyter of the Lower Columbia Section.  In 2006, they moved to the great state of Montana to lead Christian Life Center in Missoula.  Over the past thirteen years, Dave has served in various leadership roles in the Montana Ministry Network.  He began as a Presbyter in the Five Valley Section, then was elected to the office of Executive Secretary, where he served for five years, then to the role of Assistant Superintendent.  One of his greatest passions is seeing the Word of God come alive in people’s hearts and become the roadmap of their lives.  Dave and Colleen have 3 children and 7 grandchildren who are the joy of their lives.

Morning Speaker

Mary Ballenger

Retired Missionary

Mary’s first memory of church is attending Sunday school in the school house near her family’s country home in Northwest Montana.  Until her college years, Mary and her six siblings live din Lower Valley, a picturesque farm community framed by the Swan Range of the Rocky Mountains.  She grew up learning to love Jesus and in early childhood pledged to serve the Lord as a missionary.  Mary was appointed as Assemblies of God Missionary to Senegal West Africa in 1966.  Her titles there included teacher, principal and then Bible school director.

After a bout with cancer in the mid 1990’s, she was called to West Africa Advance School Theology in Lome, Togo, as a registrar.  She became the academic dean, and in May 2010, the Executive Board of Governors appointed Mary, President of WAAST, a position she held until she retired in 2018.  Mary served in West Africa as an educator and “trainer of trainers” for 52 years.