Little River Baptist Association
Sunday, April 30, 2017
Serving The Church. Serving The Kingdom.

Campers On Mission

 
 
Campers On
 
Mission
 
 
 
 

What is Campers on Mission?

Campers on Mission (COM) is a national fellowship of Christian campers who share
their faith while camping
. We are sponsored by the Adult Volunteer Mobilization unit of
the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention
. Membership is
open to all Christian campers of all Evangelical Denominations. There is no
membership fee
, we travel at our own expense and are not reimbursed in any way for any
expenses that we incur along the way. We do not receive any funding from  NAMB
or SBC or KBC. The KY Chapter holds an auction at each rally to raise funds which we
donate to the projects we are working on. We always leave at least $200.00 to help cover
the ex
tra utilities that we use.

NAMB presently has 27 active chapters, located in 35 states, with over 6000 members.

What do Campers on Mission Do?

COM's accept short term volunteer assignments across the United States and Canada.
From state fairs and motor speedways to rural campgrounds, COM combines a love of
the outdoors with ministry across North America. The KY chapter works Camps and
Conference Centers
, Christian Boarding Schools, Children's Home's but our first love is
helping churches with construction projects
. We have found so many times that after we
have left a project the church has been revitalized by the encouragement they received
while we were there.

Short term volunteer opportunities can be found by logging on to www.namb.netand
following the links to The Bridge, a web based information system that connects
volunteers and missions by offering hundreds of projects for individuals and groups or
contact your state COM President
. You can find that information by calling the
Volunteer Mobilization Center at 1-800
-462-8657.

Who can Join Campers on Mission?

Any adult! Whether single, retired, or newly married, young or old. A love of camping
enables you to be flexible in witnessing beyond the walls of the church. COM is family
friendly and provides a great way to experience the relaxation of staying in your camper
with the satisfaction of being on a mission project
. It's a great pathway to becoming an
On Mission family.

How do I become a member of Campers on Mission?

To receive an enrollment form by mail or further information,

 

  Ann Brown

   507 SR 54 West

      Fordsville, KY 42343
 

Click Here For Application

                                     

Kentucky Campers on Mission

 

 
 
 
Helping Hands Project
cadiz, Ky
 
 
 

Campers on Mission

2010 National Rally

 

 

 

Campers on Mission

2007

 Kentucky Campers on Mission have had a very busy year with approximately 40 folks working on 16 different projects with a total of 16,375 hours donated to the Glory of God. No doubt many souls will come to know the Lord because of improvements made at Churches, Camp Facilities and Conference Centers from Cave-in-Rock, Illinois to Salyersville, Kentucky, Pigeon Forge/Chattanooga, Tennessee Area to Tampa, Florida. In addition, some of our ladies that can no longer help on construction projects are involved in a “Sewing Ministry”. They made approximately 70 quilts this year that were left with the churches we served, for distribution as the church saw fit. Four quits were given to a lady in Morganfield who lost her home to a fire. They also made “Quillows” (combination quilt/pillow) for all the residents of a Children’s home in Tennessee we served in October. They left Teddy Bears with some local sheriff departments to give to children at accident scenes. Lots of other sewing projects were completed including replacing all the serving aprons at Jonathan Creek and Tampa Bay Baptist Conference Center.

 We praise God for the health and ability to serve Him and pray for another good year with projects starting in January 2008.

 
 
 
 
Johnathon Creek Kitchen Workers Sat. July 28, 2007