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    John & Christie Alvarado

    Since 1999 John Alvarado has been connected, and faithfully serving with Hume Lake. John started as a lead counselor in Meadow Ranch and quickly shifted gears to speaking as the missions speaker at camp. Ever since, he has been speaking for different Hume programs and running some of the offsite camps like Hume Hawaii and [...]

    0 comment July 31, 2013

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    Alumni Profile: Todd Pam

    It was a life-changing experience for all of them as they spent time in Ethiopia getting to know 21 children at an orphanage…

    0 comment October 8, 2011

  • May 19, 2011: Tom & Carol's Piano

    Tom & Carol’s Piano

    Tom and Carol stand in front of the Steinway & Sons Essex grand piano they donated to Hume.

    0 comment May 19, 2011

  • May 9, 2011: Joshua Wilderness Institute Class Photo

    Joshua Wilderness Institute Class Photo

    The 2010-2011 JWI class is all smiles as they prepare to move out of the building for a two week break.

    0 comment May 9, 2011

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    Alumni: Sam Logan

    …After the Wagon Train fort was built in 2005, it was named “Fort Logan” after the legacy of Sam and Katie. Knowing Sam, he probably didn’t care much for that…

    0 comment April 1, 2011

  • Alumni Profile: Robb Ross

    Chosen for a purpose If there’s one thing we’ve learned at Hume over the years, it’s that God will use whatever you give Him. Your talents, your time and your life might not be anything exciting in your own opinion; but God will do amazing things with them if you’re willing to let Him. God [...]

    0 comment September 28, 2010

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    Alumni: Jenny Larson

    During Jenny’s first year on full-time staff, she worked with Jeff Lilley and Darin McWatters on developing the Joshua Wilderness Institute and also did a lot of work developing the “Hume in a Can” concept of running camps internationally.

    0 comment June 30, 2010

  • Alumni: Jenny Larson

    A SERVANT FOR THE KING Hume Lake’s Wildwood camp has many unique traditions. One of these is the lead counselor position. At Wildwood, they are never called lead counselors though–they’re called “Pawns.” In the game of chess, the pawn is the least valuable and most insignificant piece. The only time a pawn is of any [...]

    0 comment June 30, 2010

  • Alumni Profile: Chester Pharis

    Chet did the plumbing in the Ark, Cedar Hall, the bathrooms in Ponderosa Chapel and the Dining Hall, and the first lodges. Chet was also involved with the plumbing for Hume’s sewer and water treatment plants. By the early 90’s, Chet could brag that he had had a hand in just about every building at Hume Lake.

    0 comment April 6, 2010

  • Alumni Profile: Paul Weston

    Paul Weston’s story is not about Paul. It’s not about Hume Lake either. It’s about a handful of Christian camps; about God using Paul in all of them; and—most importantly—God using those camps to work in Paul’s life as well.

    0 comment January 11, 2010