The Need

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.

Here are various other reasons behind the great need for this facility:


There are thousands of special needs’ individuals within a day’s drive of Big Sky and Christian camping special needs facilities and programs are virtually non-existent in this area.


Our ministry to those with special needs, Camp Promise, is currently limited to serving 60 special needs campers in a two week time period at a facility that is not ADA accessible.


Kalispell is now the only city in Montana with a children’s hospital, causing many with special needs to relocate here.


We currently have no hotel style housing for guest groups eliminating the possibility of marriage and many other types of retreats.


All of our weeks of traditional camp and day camp are full with no room for growth.