Who We Are…

Moose Lake Gospel Camp is a place to have fun and deepen your relationship with God and friends.

It is our vision to be a place where people can come and experience a holiday with a purpose. Our goal is that campers will experience a safe and welcoming atmosphere and that campers will hear a clear and practical presentation of the good news of Jesus Christ.

Our vision is to develop and encourage people to spiritual maturity through Bible studies, worship and fellowship. Our desire is that we can be a place where people -no matter their background- can be encouraged physically, emotionally, and spiritually. It is our vision to help equip every believer for a significant ministry by helping them discover the gifts and talents God gave them and fan those gifts into flame. Ultimately we are a group of people that want to live in the fullness of God and share that fullness with everyone.

The purpose of Moose Lake Gospel Camp is to provide people with a place where they  can find grace, love, acceptance, help, hope, forgiveness, healing, guidance, and encouragement. 

Statement of Faith

We Believe:

  • That the Bible is the inspired, written Word of God.
  • In the eternal existence of one true God who is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  • In the Savior of men, the Lord Jesus Christ, conceived of the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, very God and very man.
  • In the creation, test and fall of man, as recorded in Genesis; his total spiritual depravity and inability to attain to divine righteousness.
  • That forgiveness of sin and eternal life is freely offered to all by our Lord Jesus Christ. Salvation of sinners is by grace through faith alone, in the perfect all sufficient work of Christ, who died for our sins, was buried and rose again the third day for our justification.
  • In Water Baptism of believers in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
  •  In the Baptism with the Holy Spirit as an experience subsequent to salvation.
  • In the gifts of the Holy Spirit as enumerated in the book of Acts and the Epistles.
  •  In the Lord’s Table as an act of community and commitment.
  • In Divine Healing as practiced throughout the New Testament.
  • In the eternal life of the believer and the eternal punishment of the unbeliever.
  •  In the Spirit-filled life. The Holy Spirit is the catalyst for sanctification and seeks to produce His fruit in the believer’s life as their minds are renewed and they are conformed to the image of Christ.
  •  In the personal return of the Lord Jesus Christ.
  • In the sanctity of marriage, as a life long exclusive commitment between one man and one woman.