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

TBA - Bible Teacher

Bio to come

Dave Hesje - Evening Speaker

Bio to come

Caleb & Katharina Epp - Youth Leaders

Caleb Epp Photo

Caleb grew up in northern Manitoba & Saskatchewan, did 1 year of Bible School at Peace River Bible Institute, joined the Doulos for 2 years 2006 to 2008. Then carpentry apprenticeship.

Katharina grew up in Germany, joined Doulos for 2.5 years from 2004 to 2007. Afterwards studied interpreting/translating for German, English, French.

Caleb & Katharina met on the Doulos in 2006. Then 3 years of long-distance relationship from 2007 to 2010. Got married in August 2010, lived in La Ronge for 2 years where Caleb worked as a carpenter. Joined the Logos Hope for 2 years from 2013 to 2015. Love to do practical work to help people around the world. Love the outdoors.

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