Several Bible camps in the works

The Canadian Sunday School Mission, directed by Mark and Tina Mast, have a great summer lined up for 2002.
“We are in the midst of gearing up for our summer ministry schedule,” said Mark Mast, noting they are planning five Vacation Bible Schools as well as a junior camp, teen Camp and wilderness canoe trip.
“I am also arranging a trip to Chicago for 40 teens in June,” Mast added.
Mast admitted this is the time of year when they typically feel overwhelmed trying to anticipate everything they need to prepare for.
“Please pray that the Lord will help us to effectively and efficiently plan for all the summer ministry opportunities,” he remarked.
The junior camp will run July 14-19 and the teen camp July 20-26, both at Sunny Cove.
Speakers at the teen camp will be Andrew Hall, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Emo, and Bob Knight, a Bible teacher, evangelist, professional cartoonist, and artist.
Meanwhile, the wilderness canoe trip is being planned for Aug. 24-31, with registration deadline being Aug. 8. Based at Muskie Bay Camp on Kakagi Lake (Crow Lake), 15 km north of Nestor Falls, participants will spend the eight days canoeing various chains of lakes.
All campers are expected to participate in the activities and must abide by all the camp rules. Individuals failing to abide by these rules will be sent home.
Parents and guardians will be notified and necessary arrangements made for their transportation home.
The contact people for the above camps are:
•Rainy River—Mark and Tina Mast (852-3202) or Don and Lou Ricci (852-3704);
•Morson—Willie and Rodi Longenecker (488-5411);
•Barwick—Wayne and Eleanor Barron (487-2665);
•Stratton—Peter and Stacy Fuhrer (483-5055); and
•Baudette—Larry and Nancy Gamache (1-218-634-1759).