Rev. Bill Fish’s 25 Year Ministry at CP Draws to a Close

With faith, hope, and love Covenant Point Bible Camp wishes to announce the resignation of Rev. Bill Fish as Associate Director – after 25 years of strong ministry leadership at CPBC.  Please read the following letter from Bill:



Dear Friends,

In February of 1989 Lynn and I began a fabulous adventure in the Northwoods at Covenant Point.  Never realizing it would be our lives work, we joined Chuck and Jane Frasier in the task of advancing a year round ministry to children and adults at Covenant Point Bible Camp.  There were many great challenges and many wonderful successes and the blessing of being privileged to see thousands of lives changed for Christ and by Christ.

I thank God for the many people who supported us over the years and joined us in our endeavors.  I think of staff who worked sacrificially long hours and parents who trusted us with their precious children, strangers who became friends and friends who became partners in ministry.

It has been a great work and the love of my life but for everything there is a season and my time at Covenant Point is now complete.  As of January 15, 2014 I will be resigning my position as Associate Director.

My hope and prayer is that Covenant Point will continue to prosper, advancing the cause of the Good News of God’s love for us all in Christ Jesus.  I am confident that it will be so and God’s blessing will be an abundant one.

Please pray for Lynn and me as we spend these next months waiting on God’s guidance and call to our next adventure.

Your Partner in Ministry,

Bill Fish

Countless lives have been influenced for Christ because of Bill’s passion for seeing young people encouraged in their next step of faith through an experience at camp.  During this time of transition, we are extending a call to all those who represent the Covenant Point community, to join us in offering to Bill reflections on his influence in our lives, and gratitude for his friendship and service at Covenant Point.  Please send your favorite “Bill stories,” reflections, photos, and notes of appreciation or affirmation to or to 358 W. Hagerman Lake Road, Iron River, MI 49935.  Your prompt reply is appreciated, as we hope to compile what we receive in the next few weeks. 

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