“What do you want to be when you grow up?”

“What do you want to be when you grow up?”  Have you ever asked a child this question?  I’m guessing that most of us have.  Although children’s answers seem to fall into a few general categories, their answers do give insight into the interests and desires of the child.  This is also a question I ask myself regularly of the … Read More

A Commitment to those with Special Needs

As a way of celebrating God’s faithfulness through 75 years of ministry, we are considering various principles that we hold to as we think about the next 75 years. Faithfulness to the true gospel was the first principle and an unwavering commitment to discipleship was the second. In this blog, Beth Wiegand, our Camp Promise director, shares about our third … Read More

Making Disciples, Then and Now

The year was 1947, and the war that changed the world had ended a little over a year ago. Major events that occurred during this year were the founding of the state of Israel; the creation of the national security state in the U.S. (the Dept. of Defense, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the CIA were a part of this … Read More

Celebrating 75 Years of God’s Faithfulness

It was the year 1944 and two ladies by the names of Jean Clark and Hazel Simonton left the east coast and followed the Lord’s call to Big Sky country.  They journeyed first to Billings, then to Bozeman and finally to Missoula seeking to start up Bible clubs – after school clubs where they could teach God’s word to students … Read More

The Opportunity of Camp

The definition of “opportunity” is a set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something. A local pastor who is heavily involved at Big Sky has helped me to see that one of the primary benefits of camp is that it provides opportunities. It provides a set of circumstances, such as a raucous cabin of youths that make it … Read More

Spending Ourselves for Christ

“If by excessive labor, we die before reaching the average age of man, worn out in the Master’s service, then glory be to God, we shall have so much less of earth and so much more of Heaven!  It is our duty and our privilege to exhaust our lives for Jesus.  We are not to be living specimens of men … Read More

Big Sky Bible Camp and COVID-19

I greatly appreciate all of the inquires folks have been making into how we are doing here at Big Sky.  I am extremely thankful for the community of supporters that the Lord has gathered around this ministry who care about what is going on here and are concerned about hardships that Big Sky may face as a result of the … Read More

Changes, changes, changes

It has been a long while since we posted a director’s blog, but after some encouragement from people that have actually read it, we decided to resurrect the blog.  Our goal with the blog is to share with you about what is going on at Big Sky Bible Camp and Camp Promise as well as to help you get to … Read More

Ground Breaking

I just wanted to say a big thank you to all who were able to make it out for Big Sky’s groundbreaking celebration!  For those that could not attend, it was a great day all around.  We kicked it off with Big Sky’s fun run, which brought 148 participants of all ages and abilities.  Following that, the cooks did a … Read More