Welcome to Mount Carmel Ministries!
Timing: Thursday evening through Sunday morning brunch. These long weekend camps are a great way to fit camp into busy work and family schedules and experience the power of God at work in your life.
Pastor Paul Oman is known for his beautiful paintings and artwork depicting Biblical scenes. He uses this art to teach wonderful lessons about the goodness of God and all that Jesus has given us. Paul will paint one of his beautiful murals on Saturday night.
Timing: Sunday evening through Friday lunch. We’ll provide plenty of time for togetherness with family, friends (old and new), and God!
In an age of much complication, evil, and frantic activity, it can be easy to wonder how it is possible for light to not be overwhelmed by so much darkness around us. Jesus was never rattled by accusation or confrontation; Jesus never gave up on the disciples who didn’t seem to get what Jesus was about; Jesus never lost interest when it seemed people were trying to use His notoriety to gain something for themselves; Jesus never succumbed to the pressures around Him. In the midst of what would definitely defeat me, He was compassionate, spoke with wisdom, taught with weight and eternal substance, proclaimed with joy and engaged with love. It boggles my mind what Jesus did and what Jesus still does. We will walk through some of Jesus’ parables, miracles and challenges to the disciples, religious leaders and gentiles to uncover how beautifully trustworthy Jesus is in our lives today!
Timing: Saturday evening through Friday lunch. We’ll provide plenty of time for togetherness with family, friends (old and new), and God!
From his initial call and departure from Ur to the miracle birth of his son by Sarai and his journey into the land promised by God, Abraham’s life story is full of unexpected changes, hardships, and miracles. This week, come and journey through the life of Abraham. Dave Wollan is a pastor at Faith Lutheran Church in Hutchinson, Minnesota.
In a climate of constant fear of attack from church authorities and governments, the original Protestants made parents House Bishops and the Holy Spirit’s primary instruments for handing on faith to their children. They have left us many resources that can still be used today: hymns, catechisms, collections of sermons, and the tradition of the common priesthood in which all Christians are expected to read scripture. These resources can also be applied in the present in new ways. Whatever the state of our churches and governments, preaching God’s Word in the home to the family is essential. This week will help turn this fact from a burden into a great freedom.
This week we will highlight some of the more obscure episodes from Scripture, the folks involved, and what we learn about the nature of God. Paul Cross is the senior pastor at Atonement Lutheran Church in Fargo, Minnesota. He is a gifted teacher and preacher who has traveled around the country to various speaking engagements.
“DARE to be different, DARE to make a difference,” Romans 12:1-2
Jesus causes transformation. Through the power of the Gospel and with the presence of the Holy Spirit, we are made brand new and changed to live different kids of lives than the ones who are simply of this world. What does it look like for a person to have their life directed by the Holy Spirit? How different would they look? What differences could they make?
Call the office at (320) 846-2744 to reserve your week and housing preference. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. A $300 nonrefundable deposit is needed to hold your reservation.
Schedule and Speakers subject to change.