At Hume Lake
Snow. Winter Activities. Theme and Opener. All the camp fun that you expect from Hume. Great music. Solid Biblical teaching. Friendships that last a lifetime. Truth that lasts forever.
2023 Winter Camp Registration Now Open!
Dinner the first day of the retreat
All meals each full day of the retreat
Breakfast and lunch the last day of the retreat
spending money (at least $50 recommended)
- If and when you are needing to cancel any spots, it will forfeit the full deposit per spot for what the deposit is at the time of cancellation.
- We will offer a 100% refund for cancellations directly related to COVID-19 infection.
*Activities subject to weather conditions and availability
Monster Tube Run
Broom Hockey Tournament
Box Sled Blitz
About the Winter Camp Theme
We live in a world that tries to define what it means to be a Christian. Some people claim that being Christian means you prayed a prayer one time. Others argue that you went from being a bad person to a good person. Ultimately, the Bible tells us exactly what it means to be a Christian, and it involves so much more than just those things. In reality, becoming a Christian means that God has brought us from death to life and He alone is the one that does this. As a result, we are no longer the ones who live, but Christ lives in us. As we study Ephesians 4:17-32, we hope to understand what it means to truly live in light of this transformation. This winter we are going to look at what it means to go from death to life through Christ and how our lives should reflect that life-changing transformation.
We will dive into Ephesians 4 as we look at what it means to live a completely transformed life as a result of knowing Christ.
We will use a series of short-form videos with the analogy of a Craftsman and four different crafts to show how He transforms, refortifies, and repurposes His creations.
Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. All this is from God, who through Christ reconciled us to himself and gave us the ministry of reconciliation; that is, in Christ God was reconciling the world to himself, not counting their trespasses against them, and entrusting to us the message of reconciliation.