Inspiration Point Bible Camp


Inspiration Point Bible Camp

Inspiration Point Bible Camp is a year-round Bible camp on Lake Spitzer near Clitherall, Minnesota, United States. It is affiliated with the Church of the Lutheran Brethren of America.

The camp hosts many different camps for children, youth, and adults and is also open for retreats, weekend groups, and family reunions. Inspiration Point Bible Camp is owned by Lutheran Brethren Bible Camp, Inc.

History

In July 1963, Inspiration Point was dedicated as a summer camp for the CLB churches in the Minnesota area. Throughout the next two decades many improvements were made to the property, enabling the camp to serve people year-round.

In 2007, Inspiration Point hosted over 7,000 people for camps, retreats, reunions, and special events. With more than 60 people serving on summer staff and 10 staff members working year-round, the camp's programs are well-attended.

Since its founding, thousands of lives have been significantly, even eternally, impacted through this ministry. As the future unfolds, Inspiration Point continues to seek additional ways to serve churches and spread the good news of Christ's redeeming love to the world.

External links

* [http://www.ipoint.org Inspiration Point website]
* [http://www.clba.org Church of the Lutheran Brethren of America]


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