History

The Elbow Lutheran Bible Camp, located 4 miles south of Elbow on Highway 19, is operated by an association of Lutheran Congregations - Bethel, Elbow; Skudesnes, Loreburn; Bethlehem, Hawarden; Hanley; Bethlehem, Outlook and Faith Parish, Outlook.

The first camp was held at the Skudesnes Church yard in 1945. In 1946 the Bible Camp moved to a site near the Elbow bridge and in 1963 the camp moved to its present location when work began on the Gardiner Dam.

Each summer a week is set aside to come together in a Family Camp setting to study the Word of God, to proclaim His faithfulness, and to teach our children the importance of the Word of God in our lives.

Family Week always begins on the First Saturday of July with a Praise Service at 7:00 P.M.

Speakers

Rob Lewis

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Rob has served as the Executive Director of World Mission Prayer League (WMPL) Canada for 17 years. Prior to working with WMPL he served Lutheran congregations in North Dakota and Illinois. He also serves as WMPL's Associate Director for East Asia, representing The League with global partners overseas.

Rob is married to Pat who grew up in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan as a WMPL missionary kid. They met when Pat came to CLBI in Camrose following her High School graduation in Pakistan. Pat volunteers in the Camrose WMPL office, manages the Camrose mission home and provides member care support during their annual trips to East Asia.

Lewis' have four adult children and six grandchildren living in Canada and the US.

Rob & Pat consider it a privilege to engage congregations and individuals in mission here in Canada and seek to encourage workers and believers in East Asia.

Daniel Spelliscy

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I was very blessed to grow up in a Christian home with a loving family. For a large part of my childhood my parents ran Bible camps so I got to spend every summer in those great places learning about God and having a lot of fun.

After I finished high school I went to a Bible college in southern Saskatchewan called Millar College of the Bible where I spent three years and earned a bachelor of biblical studies as well as being blessed with opportunities to go to Sierra Leone west Africa as well as Mexico to serve The Lord. This past summer, 2012, I was given the gift of marriage and have been working in Calgary in construction.

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