Help Us Finish 2013 With Strength!


Dear Friends, 

Merry Christmas from all of us at Covenant Point! Many of you have already responded to our year-end appeal letter that went out in November, and we’re so grateful and encouraged by the participation and support of each. Thank you!

As I reflect on all that God has done at Covenant Point this year, I’m filled with gratitude for this remarkable ministry. Listen to the impact:

Lives are being formed in Christ. During his first week here, one 3rd grade camper said it this way: “At home I feel like I’m always behind and last. Here, I feel like God is pushing me to the front!”

Young leaders are being equipped to serve the Church. Looking back on a summer of counseling, one of our staff members remarked, “This summer made me realize my potential to influence God’s Kingdom. I matured more spiritually than I have in my entire life.”

Relationships are being renewed. One family camper shared, “The time spent with my kids was both a unique and life-giving experience for all of us – an opportunity to heal and reconnect that I had never thought was possible.”

CPBC found opportunities to grow this year, creating new ways to touch more lives – exciting opportunities like our Autism Spectrum Disorder Family Camp and the Central Conference’s Adventures in Leadership, a wilderness leadership experience for high school students. To continue to see these programs develop, our facilities cared for with excellence, and our staff to flourish, we need your ongoing support. 

We have two important goals on the immediate horizon that you should know about.

First, is to maintain our strong Annual FundWhen you give to our Annual Fund, think: immediate needs, expenses not covered by camper fees, creative new programming, and staff development.

Second, is to complete the Chuck Frasier Memorial Campaign. We’re only $34,000 away from reaching our $600,000 goal! Launched in August of 2011 as the largest capital campaign in our history, it seeks to honor the life of former director Chuck Frasier by building a new director’s home and establishing an endowment to fund the CPBC Internship Program. The home is completed and the endowment is growing with each gift given. When you give to The Chuck Frasier Memorial Campaign, think: long-term investment, equipping young leaders, strengthening our financial foundation, and honoring Chuck’s faithfulness.

Friends, the mission is alive and the need is real. I ask you to please join me in giving back this year to a ministry that has given so much to so many, and help us reach these exciting goals. Your support of Covenant Point with a cash gift or stock donation will directly impact programs that change lives for Christ. Gifts can also be made securely through our website at

With faith, hope and love,

Erik Strom

Executive Director





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 Covenant Point Bible Camp is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Donations of cash & property are tax-deductible, as allowed by law. 



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