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Welcome to Mission Lake Christian Camp!
Our goal at MLCC it to help campers mature in their knowledge of Christ and grow in the fellowship of other Christians. We have camps for grades 1 through 12 during the summer months and a mid-winter retreat for grades 7 to 12 each January. For adults we offer retreats for men and women.
There are many ways to be involved at camp besides being a camper. Contact a Dean about being on staff or come to a workday and prepare the camp for use. We also seek interested individuals to serve on the camp board from supporting churches.
Mission Lake Christian Camp (MLCC) exists to educate youth about Jesus Christ and equip them to be better Christians.
To reach our mission, we raise funds through donations and camper fees to cover operating expenses, select Deans to lead camps based on their biblical knowledge and desire to educate others,maintain facilities for camps and retreats and support other missions with funds donated by campers.
MLCC is a federally recognized not-for-profit under Section 501(c)(3). Please contact us if you need more information on our not-for-profit status.
Mission Lake Christian Camp began in the 1950′s and has grown to its present facilities due to the dedication and hard work of many supporting churches in the region.
We are looking for more information on the history and timeline of the camp and would welcome any information that can be sent to the contact email address below.
Camp deans select missions to support during a week of camp. Campers are encouraged to give in order to help others know the love of Christ.
Recently supported missions include:
- Rapha House – A Ministry that helps to rescue and heal girls caught in the human and sex trafficking. Ana-Maria Klundt was our Missionary. She shared her heart and experiences about this ministry. http://www.raphahouse.org/
- Show Me Youth Home – http://www.show-mehome.com/
- Beautiful Feet/Heart of God Ministries. Matthew Carder. Matthew spent time on the Muslim, Indonesian island of Lombok. He is now home and is raising money to train native missionaries in Lombok to reach their own people for Christ. http://www.beautifulfeet.us/
- Freedoms promise. A mission grouped based out of Nashville who go to Cambodia to help women get out of human trafficking. They also help people in Nashville be aware of trafficking. http://www.freedomspromise.org/