(Information taken from SilverSpur's website - www.silverspur.com)
Six hearty meals
Lots of snacks
Seminars focusing on God's Word
Josh Lane was born and raised in Sacramento. After working as a youth pastor for churches in Atwater and Santa Rosa, he returned home where he is currently the lead pastor for Northside Church. His call to ministry began with serving at a high school summer camp. Camp has always been a part of his heartbeat for ministry.
David Wheeler serves as the lead pastor at Sonora Community Church. He volunteers in his community by coaching and serving on the Board of Directors and for his local Little League. Previously, he worked as the Short-term Missions Coordinator for Foursquare Missions International. David and his wife, Denise, served in the United Kingdom as missionaries in 2004-2005. Before that time, he was the Youth Pastor and Worship Leader at Santa Maria Foursquare Church, located in the Central Coast of California. David enjoys fishing with his fly rod, which has made all the trout in Tuolumne County a little bit safer (we are aware of this Foursquare association but it most likely wouldn't impact the theology in the music and if it does, we'll talk about it as men can and do - Paul).
Cost/Registration (please let us know if you're going to attend by sending an email to the church office - but all the registration is done at Silver Spur's website which is at the bottom of this page)
FFC Registration Coordinator: Jeff Strawther - email@example.com (you'll need this info when you register)
Deposit: $75 required at time of registration
Camp Fee: $165 (includes programming, food and lodging)
The $165 retreat cost includes meals, housing, snacks and a full program. Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis.
* Silver Spur can provide bedding and towels for an additional cost of $10.00.
We are sorry, but there are no special rates for part-time attendees.
Check-in: Retreat check-in begins at 4:00 PM on Friday. Dinner will be served from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. Our first session will begin at 7:30 PM and the conference will conclude with lunch on Sunday (Again - please let us know if you're going to attend so that we may carpool if possible).
What to Bring
Dress is casual. A sweater or jacket is advisable for cool nights.
Plan on a pair of closed-toed shoes that can handle activity (required for Zipline and Giant Swing).
Bring a Bible and a notebook, personal articles, a flashlight, toiletries, sleeping bag or bedding*, towels, and soap.
If desired, bring your swimsuit, tennis racket, ball glove, etc.
You may want to bring a favorite book and a battery-operated reading light.
Remember to bring spending money for goodies and apparel from the Not Yet Famous Silver Spur Gift Shop.
If you have any questions about the retreat or guest registration, please contact the camp office at (209) 928-4248 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.