A Promise Kept is the promise between Big Sky and its campers. For those with special needs, the promise involves providing a place to learn from the Bible while experiencing new activities, making friends and allowing for a much needed break for their caregivers.
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Since the inception of Camp Promise in 1990, there has been a pressing need for an ADA accessible facility that will allow for growth in this program.
Big Sky Bible Camp has been operating at capacity for over 5 years. The current kitchen and dining hall, built in 1962, are no longer adequate for the number of campers that we are hosting. During the summer months, we regularly cook for 150-200 in a facility designed for 45. The A Promise Kept project is not simply a wish list item, it is an absolute necessity if we desire to continue in operation as a camp and conference center. We cannot continue ministry without a change to our facility.
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We cannot continue ministry without a change to our facility.
A Promise Kept consists of a new dining hall and eight duplex cabins built in the following phases:
Architecture and Engineering
Cost $2,400,000 (approx.) $586,069 raised
Civil Work- Septic/Water Systems
8 Duplex Cabins
Cost $180,000 each (approx.)
The A Promise Kept project is a big step for a small camp like Big Sky. Modern construction costs are significantly different than they were in 1962. But we believe and hold that this facility will expand our reach for the gospel exponentially.
We are looking for volunteers that can help us with construction!
“Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change.” James 1:17
Without the Lord and prayer, our work means nothing! Would you come alongside us and support this project in prayer?