With everything that’s happening in the world, Hope Camp is going to look a little different this summer. We’re excited to announce our first-ever Hope Camp Online, coming June 22-26 to a Facebook page near you! We’re making plans now with the teams from our camps in Elbow Lake, Pine
Our Hope Camp in Elbow Lake continues to grow! We welcomed more than 100 children and teenagers each day to this year’s camp to learn together about Jesus, the real superhero. Follow updates from the trip here.
Throughout the week of Pine Point Hope Camp, I learned a few things and was able to witness the love of Christ in and through our interactions with the kids attending and adults helping at our first camp in Pine Point in two years. That camp ran June 25 to 29,
At Hope Camp in Elbow Lake, we all shared good times learning about God’s Promises with a record number of campers — more than 100. Those promises included Creator promising Great Grandfather Abraham a son, and Jesus making us a new creation and promising to protect his followers, even helping us
Follow updates from our teams this summer using the hashtag #HopeCamp18 on your favorite social media platforms.
Get ready for Hope Camp 2018: God’s Promises! We’ll sing songs, play games, make crafts and learn about Creator. Get dates and details on our Facebook page for our camps this June in Rice Lake, Elbow Lake and Pine Point.
A father of several campers at our Elbow Lake Hope Camp, who works for the White Earth Nation, shared with us this summer at our final prayer gathering, that what we are doing here now may not have immediate effects, but it sows the seeds for when our campers face
From Hope for the First Nations Secretary Amanda Edwards: This summer we celebrated 10 years of Hope Camp in the village of Elbow Lake. More than 100 children came to our week-long camp in June at the Boys & Girls Club rec center. Our team from the Evanston Vineyard Church in
Partnering with the people of the White Earth Reservation, Hope for the First Nations is building unity through relationships with individuals in the community and sharing the love of Christ in culturally relevant ways.