Adult Fall Retreats-2020
Sept. 21-25 Sept. 28-Oct. 2
Each fall, Gitche Gumee Bible Camp is proud to host two separate five-day retreats for adults. We provide engaging and highly trained teachers to speak during our daily Bible meetings. This will truly be a week for you to come, rest, and refresh yourself in the Lord.
What To Expect:
Take a tour around some of the Keweenaw Peninsula's most coveted gems. We provide invaluable historical insights into the Copper Country and individual sites visited on our many tour options. Enjoy the beauty and history of the U.P., and we'll do the driving!
Everyday you'll be greeted with tasty home-style meals. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all made fresh daily with the kind of love you find at home. Meal times provide an excellent environment for building new relationships and fellowshipping with old friends.
Great Bible Teaching
At Gitche Gumee Bible Camp, we put the teaching of the Word of God as priority. We make no exceptions with our speakers. Each week we have a highly trained and exciting speaker planned to bring you the truth of God's Word both morning and evening.
Every evening we have scheduled times for fellowship. We understand the need for community in the Body of Christ and want to provide times for relationships to be built and harbored.
One of a Kind Shopping
From locally roasted coffee, to handcrafted art, Lake Superior agates, and unique U.P. gifts, you'll be sure to find something in our area that will remind you of the great time you had at Senior Saints. Come eager and leave with a unique Copper Country memory.
MEET OUR SPEAKERS
Dr. Les Ollila received a B.A. and an L.L.D. honorary degree from Bob Jones University, a D.D.
honorary degree from Faith Way Baptist College of Michigan, and a D.D. honorary degree from
Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Plymouth, MN.
After pastoring in South Carolina, he served 10 years as associate pastor and director of youth ministries at Calvary Baptist Church of Roseville, Michigan. For five years Les and Charlene ministered alongside Life Action Revival Ministries. Besides directing Leadership Ministries, he also authored Manna, a devotional, and the Foundation for Youth Programs. He is a nationally recognized seminar and conference speaker in the areas of leadership training, Christian educators’ conferences, family-centered church meetings, summer camps, and Christian school ministries. He served as president of Northland Baptist Bible College from 1984-2002 and Chancellor of Northland from 2003 - 2013.
He is now serving as the director of Building Great Leaders, a ministry emphasizing servant leadership to pastors, churches, colleges and other Christian ministries both in the U.S. and overseas. He and his wife, Charlene, have three children and ten grandchildren.
Discovering treasure and adventure... God has worked through Kurt to bring these to many kinds of people: College students, athletes, fraternities, businessmen, outdoorsmen, internationals, church leaders, youth, married couples, and many more. People's lives are deeply touched by his blend of creation and God's word, personal and practical examples, hurting and hoping through struggles, rescue from dangers. His greatest hope: that you will be transformed and more able to transfer treasures to next generations.
His series is titled, "Have a Blast While You Last, Bringing Adventure Back to Life"