A weekend for the entire family. A wide variety of activities are offered to spark the interest of almost anyone at any age. For the outdoor lover there is hiking, canoeing, and the High Adventure Area; for the sports lover there is swimming, volleyball, golf, basketball, and several other options. There is ministry for all age levels from ages 4-12, to teens and adults. There are exciting programs geared for each age bracket, as well as a nursery for infants and toddlers during the morning and evening ministry services. Bring the whole family for a weekend of fun, relaxation and spiritual renewal.
Pricing Options: Conference Fee: $50 per person, or $150 for immediate family of 4 or more.
Accommodation Fee: Lodge $120 per room, sleeps 4, Cabin, Tent, RV site FREE
Commuter Fee Entire Conf. : $50 or $7 per meal per person
Nate Bramsen was born and raised in Senegal, West Africa. At the age of 16, God burdened and led him to invest his life into the abused, neglected, and abandoned children of this world for both the sake of time and eternity. Holding an undergraduate degree in Business Administration and a Masters in Community Development, he began pioneer work among this demographic of children in North Africa and in December of 2006, founded ROCK International (www.rockintl.org). Last year, he married Priyanka Mathews (now Bramsen) of Houston, Texas and today carries out a global itinerant speaking schedule, podcasts, and oversees international development projects as they share a vision to see this younger generation mobilized among the unreached. Recently, his first book was published entitled, "What If Jesus Meant What He Said?" with a passion and heart to see today's youth be unconditional followers of Jesus Christ.
Arthur & Lois Manning
Arthur and Lois Manning reside in Dubuque, IA, along with their 4 children. Arthur has been teaching in the Computer Information Systems department at Emmaus Bible College since 2001. Lois has loads of fun craft activities for all ages. Each craft is designed to go along with the lessons that Arthur teaches often using cartoon illustrations, songs, or skit dramatizations to bring home the message of who God is and what He has for us to learn from His Word.
Matt serves as the Executive Director of Horton Haven Christian Camp. His involvement with the camp goes back 1976 while serving as a counselor during college. After spending 18 years working in computer technology he came to the camp full time in 1995. He is involved year round in day-to-day operations of camp ministry. He also is an Elder and shares in teaching responsibilities at the Nashville Gospel Chapel in Nashville. Matt and his wife Wendy make their home near the camp. They have three grown children, Justin (married to Claire), Holly (married to Darin Cavallo) and Nathan (married to Gisel) and four grandchildren,Della, John, Willow, and Mia. In his spare time Matt enjoys backpacking and riding his motorcycle.