• Changing Lives Through Outdoor Education Camps

    We concluded another incredible season of Spring Outdoor Education in April, and it was once again amazing to see the Lord’s hand at work.  Every week we saw God’s Kingdom grow, as students surrendered their lives to Him.  One of my favorite things is to listen to the stories the counselors share about the conversations […]

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  • One Year Later

    This week marks the one year anniversary since me and my Hume community were evacuated due to the Rough Fire. How are we doing, one year later? After spending five or more weeks as refugees? August 18, 2015, Evacuation Day I’d say we’re an awful lot like some of the hillsides around Hume Lake. We […]

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  • Protected: Snow Day!

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  • Behind the Scenes: The Hume Milkshake

    By Jocey Pearsey, Development Assistant The “Wow” Factor The seasons are changing, and you may soon start thinking about apple cider, pumpkin pie, and warm fires as the holidays approach, but here at Hume Lake, we can’t stop thinking about milkshakes! The Hume milkshake has been a long-time treat for our guests, and this past […]

    1 comment October 15, 2012

  • Bring Your Own Cardboard

    Campers arriving at Hume for the first week of winter camp carry construction supplies for building their sled for the now infamous, Boxsled Blitz—an event that pits teams against each other as they race down the tube-run in custom crafted cardboard sleds. Even though there hasn’t been any precipitation recently (which generally results in no […]

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  • Ten Mile Freeze

    Ten Mile Creek continues to flow beneath a thick, contorted covering of ice. Typically, by this time in January Hume Lake has a healthy layer of snow covering the ground. This year however, there have only been two small storms, the evidence of which has since melted away. What’s left though is a fun view […]

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  • Best of Both Worlds

    A family enjoys a round of disc golf during New Years Family Camp. Since playing disc-golf in the snow is exceedingly difficult, it’s usually not an activity that’s offered during New Year’s Family Camp. But this year, the lack of precipitation, freezing nights, and pleasant days have allowed us to offer families the best of […]

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  • Victory

    Campers from the Victory Outreach winter camp enjoy the newly rebuilt ice rink on the first night of their stay at Hume Lake Christian Camps. While Hume provides plenty of fun and games for campers enjoyment, our mission is to clearly present the Gospel each evening in chapel with the hope that the Holy Spirit […]

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  • Bull and Bounce

    A bounce house and mechanical bull are ready and waiting in the O.K. Chalet for guests to arrive for New Year’s Family Camp on December 30th. The O.K. Chalet is the refuge that campers and guests use all winter long to take a break from the snow play and winter activities. Inside you’ll find plenty […]

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  • Pushing Snow

    John Foster pilots the groomer as he spreads out a 12 foot pile of snow into a wintery dragstrip for inner-tubes and boxsleds. Winter Camp at Hume Lake runs from January 6 through March 4 followed by a young adult winter camp March 9-11. View on Flickr

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