A Celebration of Ministry

You are invited to Michi-Lu-Ca for a celebration of ministry on May 2nd, 2015 from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm. Access to the site will be available beginning at noon. Appetizers (crackers, fruit, granola bars, etc) will be on hand. The afternoon will be in an open house format with free time to explore the grounds. Formal prayers over each site will occur at scheduled times beginning at 2:00 pm and lead into a worship service including Holy Communion at the chapel beginning at 3:30 pm. Participants are invited to engage these options as they wish. The schedule for prayers Continue Reading →

It’s Not Too Late!

Give your child the gift of a camp experience this summer. There’s still time to register your child for a meaningful camp experience filled with lots of fun! At camp, children are given the opportunity to lead, engage service opportunities, and form community in their cabin and the greater camp community. Campers depart with a stronger sense of self, and a deeper understanding of who they are as a child of God. Sample activities include swimming, canoeing, archery, gaga ball, service projects, Lake Michigan, campfire, zip line, horse riding, worship, crate stacking, challenge course, and more! Register today to give Continue Reading →

Your Child Has Gifts to Share…

Q: How can a week of summer camp help develop leadership in your child? A: By creating environments designed to draw out each child’s gifts. During a week of camp your child has the opportunity to learn about who they are as a child of God, explore their gifts, and be given opportunities to be a leader. These opportunities to lead are presented in a variety of ways both large and small. Most overtly, leadership tends to develop around our challenge course initiatives as teams work together to overcome obstacles through problem solving as a group. Refining the ability to Continue Reading →

Kingdom: Detroit

Your Group’s Detroit Experience for the ELCA Youth Gathering in 2015 Detroit has a long history regarding racial justice. From serving as a staging point for liberated slaves on their way to Canada, to the present day work of local artists lifting up racial justice issues in their public installations there is much to learn about Detroit’s racial justice legacy. The Kingdom of God is revealed in the work of racial equity. Living Water Ministries is inviting groups to make an experience that exposes them to Detroit’s culture and history while discussing these important issues a part of their 2015 Continue Reading →

Registration is Open!

Our Pledge to You Sending your child away for a week of camp can bring some anxiety for parents. It’s a lot of trust to place in people you haven’t met before to care for the well-being of your child. As a parent who sends his child to camp, I understand that you have concerns about things like what to pack, dietary restrictions, medications needing to be administered, social dynamics with other children, etc. and that you simply want the best for your child. Living Water Ministries wants the best for your child too. Our planning, training, and implementation of Continue Reading →