Are you one of The Forty Five?

The camp experience is an opportunity we believe every child should have. It’s at camp that we learn about God and ourselves in a way that impacts our journey of faith and our journey through life. God is revealed in the beauty of creation, and in the faces of our brothers and sisters in Christ. Campers are able to be themselves, and be loved for who they are as a reflection of Christ’s love. It’s a powerful experience and we need your help making it accessible to as many campers as possible! Living Water Ministries is looking for forty five Continue Reading →






Are you up for The Challenge?

“I feel like I can go out into the world and make a change because of my faith.” -2016 Camper Campers are being equipped, empowered and encouraged to make a difference in their church and community. Children attending summer programs at Living Water Ministries are having experiences of faith that are forming them into servant leaders, and community builders. In the nurturing environment of camp, children are given opportunities to discover their gifts, overcome challenges, and trust in God. Campers also come to understand that they are loved by God unconditionally, and they learn to love others in the same Continue Reading →






All of God’s Children

In every week of camp, we are witness to the joy that campers feel being at camp. When campers are here, we try to teach them the importance of lifting each other up, as children of God. It’s important to us that campers know that they are accepted here, and to also know that they belong here. One week of our summer we welcome adults with developmental disabilities for our program called “Abundant Life”. In partnership with the organization Angel’s Place, we were able to host 41 campers this year. There are no campers who are more excited to be Continue Reading →






Bringing Communities Together

The Day Camp program provides us with a unique opportunity to form Christ-centered community out in the world. Our staff is invited into congregations that are already a part of a larger community, and then they are able to form connections with people who live and work in that community. For this reason, we see our day camp teams as missionaries. Every week, they travel to a new place to do ministry out in the world. We know that various obstacles keep kids from coming to camp. As Living Water Ministries is committed to “Bringing together ALL of God’s children”, Continue Reading →